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RECAP: SLCF&R's fire season, so far - Fewer human-caused wildfires in August; public fire prevention efforts is key

The 2018 fire season has been filled with challenges. Through August, 839 fires have burned an estimated 69,600 acres on the nearly 16 million acres of lands protected by the Oregon Department of...

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    September 27, 2018

New volunteers revitalize Food4Kids

Following the uncertainty in April about the future of the Food4kids program, a new group of volunteers have stepped up to continue delivering food to families in need within the community. Lisa Ross...

 

Creswell man arrested for alleged sex abuse

A Creswell man was arrested Sept. 9 for sex abuse charges. Timothy Allen Rook, 31, was arrested by Lane County Sheriff's Office deputies and charged with two counts of second degree sex abuse....

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    September 27, 2018

Territorial Seed Co. highlights garlic at forum, tasting

Garlic was in the spotlight as Territorial Seed Co. in Cottage Grove hosted their monthly forum along with a harvest tasting. With the season for planting garlic arriving, the team at Territorial...

 

Paul Radway - 'The right way, the wrong way, the Radway'

Paul Radway passed away peacefully on Sept. 13, 2018 after a courageous fight with cancer. Born on Dec. 23, 1957 to Earl and June Radway, Paul was raised in Creswell and was the third of four... Full story

 

Tractor Supply gives back Buy a chainsaw, plant five trees

Tractor Supply Company in Creswell​ is participating in a company-wide hurricane recovery initiative that will benefit the Arbor Day Foundation's hurricane reforestation efforts. For every...

 

Meet Kevin Prociw, city council candidate

Greetings Creswell (and those who love Creswell), My name is Kevin Prociw, and I'm a candidate for city council in the upcoming November election. The Chronicle has graciously provided me the...

 

It's obvious that the democrats created a scam against Judge Kavanaugh

To the Editor, There was a king who went around without any clothes. Everyone commented how well he was dressed. Finally a little child saw him and said, “Look mommy, that man is naked.” So, the truth finally came out that the king had no...

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    September 27, 2018

Jenni B Jeweled crafts vintage, rustic jewelry

Jenni Babcock of Springfield said she found her jewelry style when she started to look at the use of items a little bit differently. When she ordered vintage watch faces from Ukraine, she said it...

 

ODFW ends cougar capture operations: DNA extraction "highly probable" cougar killed last week killed Diana Bober

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is ending cougar capture operations in Zigzag because all available evidence shows the cougar killed Sept. 14 is the one responsible for the state's first fatal...

 

Inflatable kayaks and equipment reported missing at Dexter Lake

On Monday, Sept. 10, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Portland district fish biologists discovered three inflatable kayaks and other associated equipment missing from the parking lot at the Corps'...

 

New treaty ensures sustainable management of region's iconic fish

The parties of the Pacific Salmon Treaty have agreed on new coastwide salmon fishing agreements. The Pacific Salmon Commission is comprised of representatives from Canada, the states of Oregon,...

 

Creswell Grangers' Missing Man Table

Creswell Grangers set up and manned "The Missing Man Table" in recognition of National MIA/POW Day on Friday, Sept. 21 at Creswell Bi-Mart. The United States' National POW/MIA Recognition Day is...

 
 By Pat Edwards    News    September 27, 2018

Sweet Lorane Community News

Lorane and Crow areas have some upcoming events that I need to tell you about this week. I’m a little late in getting this info out, but if you’re interested, you will only miss the first of...

 

Celebrate our two towns, celebrate 'Creswellgrove'

Guests entering Cottage Grove's historic Armory this past Saturday were greeted by bundles of corn stalks, fresh cut flowers, apples and locally grown produce. The bounty was a sign of a gathered...

 

Cottage Theatre opens 'Shrek the Musical' on Oct. 5

A fantastic fairytale adventure, "Shrek the Musical," opens Oct. 5 at Cottage Theatre. With book and lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire, and music by Jeanne Tesori, Shrek was first produced on Broadway in...

 

Dorena Grange Named Distinguished Grange

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Dorena Grange, #835, has been recognized as a Distinguished Grange for a second year in a row. "Those recognized as Distinguished Granges make up less than two percent of the...

 

Health Q&A with Jeannie Marr

Q: What are the benefits of probiotics and should I be taking them? A: Probiotics are “good” bacteria that naturally live in the digestive tract. At Creswell Health Mart Pharmacy, we carry a pharm...

 

The Flu Vaccine

What if there was a major scientific breakthrough that could dramatically decrease an individual’s chances for severe and even life-threatening respiratory illness complicated by stomach cramps,...

 

Preserving food in southern Lane County

Fall is here, and with it is a bounty of activities that can be done with friends and family. Fermentation and preserving are ideal fall projects for bringing in the bounty of the valley....

 

National Suicide Awareness and Prevention: Removing the Stigma for Veterans

Every three days, an Oregon veteran takes his or her life. According to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, Oregon veterans commit suicide at a rate that is significantly...

 

Nutritionally Speaking: Healthy tailgating

The leaves are changing color, the morning air has a chill, thoughts of eggnog and cranberries creep into our thoughts. . . Plus, we are in the midst of our fall sports season, and for many, a big par...

 

Balance Awareness

Last week was Balance Awareness Week where healthcare providers across the nation celebrated and educated their patients in regard to balance awareness, fall risks and vestibular disorders. Physical t...

 

Lady Dawgs open league volleyball play with a win

A 3 to 0 win over the host La Pine Hawks on Sept. 18 opened league volleyball play right for the Creswell Lady Bulldogs, who later fell 1 to 3 to the visiting Coquille Red Devils in non league action...

 

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