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Articles from the November 7, 2019 edition

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 By Erin Tierney    News    November 7, 2019 

Biggest Horse Seize in County Fueled by Neighbors' Complaints

CRESWELL – Strained whinnies pierced through a grassless pasture, bouncing off gnawed barn doors while animal control seized 61 severely neglected horses from a horse trainer on Oct. 30. "This is...

 

School Board Discusses Student Investment, Success

SPRINGFIELD – So what does a “life-ready” student look like? That was one of the questions addressed when the Springfield Public School Board met on Oct. 28 to discuss aspects of student success. A timeline by the Oregon Department of...

 
 By Gini Davis    News    November 7, 2019 

Harvest Dinner serves up good food for a good cause

Creswell Presbyterian Church's annual Harvest Dinner on Nov. 1 served up nearly 400 traditional turkey dinners with all the trimmings (including 142 takeout orders), raising about $3,555 – plus...

 

David Suchart Sept. 14, 1947 - Oct. 19, 2019

David Samuel Suchart, 72, passed peacefully, with friends by his side, on Oct. 19, 2019. David was born on Sept. 14, 1947, in St. Louis, to Morris Harold and Eileen Ruth (Simons) Suchart. David grew u...

 

Mavis W. Boykin McKillop Jan. 28, 1939 - Oct. 21, 2019

Mavis Wylene Boykin was born in Andalusia, Alabama. At an early age, Mavis and her family moved to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Growing up with her mother Gladys and brothers Jesse, Charles and David, Mavis attended Fort Lauderdale High School. At the...

 

Thelma Grace Orr Nov. 4, 2019

Thelma Grace Orr of Drain, Oregon, died on Nov. 4, 2019 at the age of 89. She was born in Spearfish, South Dakota to parents Harry and Ruth Mae (Reese) Keeny. She graduated from Drain Union High...

 

Rosie 'Nana' Montgomery March 20, 1934 - Oct. 23, 2019

Rosie was a loving and devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She thoroughly enjoyed seeing and interacting with her family and lived a very full life. She was a Christian believer...

 

Robert 'Bobby' LeRoy Goding Jan. 19, 1950 - Oct. 23, 2019

Robert "Bobby" LeRoy Goding was born Jan. 19, 1950 in Del Norte, Colorado to Betty Lou and Robert Vernon Goding. Bob passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019 with his loved ones by his side. Bob was...

 

Samuel Cole - Celebration of Life

Celebration of Life for Samuel Cole will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 9 at Creswell Presbyterian Church, reception follows. Contributions: Community Veterinary Center at PO Box 10971m Eugene, OR 97440 or to the Creswell Lib...

 

Giving Thanks - Grange bazaar a pleasant surprise

I spent an enjoyable day last week participating in the Creswell Grange Holiday Bazaar. I reserved a table at the last minute and was pleasantly surprised to sell more books than I had hoped. A bonus was that I was able to spend the day with a group...

 

Giving Thanks -Thanks for old schoolhouse support

On Nov. 7, it will be three years since a group of Creswell citizens who were concerned about the fate of Creswell’s Old to restore the exterior of the building in 2020. The exterior restoration involves several proj- ects. The back room, which...

 

Letter to the Editor - Perspective on science, drones

Dear Editor, I would like to present my perspective on the articles from Sept. 19 in reference to the science curriculum and Mike Anderson’s drone class project at the Creswell Middle School. I appreciate the presentation of the new science...

 

Oregon's first murder defendant was saved from gallows by his wife

It’s hard to tell, just from reading between the lines of the court documents, but it’s probably a safe guess that Nimrod O’Kelly’s neighbors did not like him. It was the spring of 1852, and...

 

Hatchery reopens, ready to stock trout

November used to be somewhat of a down month for local anglers. Fishing offshore falls to the hardest of sailors on seas where conditions can overtake the unprepared. Most high lakes and many streams...

 

Transformational transportation

All aboard the LTD bus! We are a one-vehicle family. With my wife out of town with the truck, I have fared fairly well walking and biking around town for my needs. But this past week I had to get to...

 
 By Erin Tierney    News    November 7, 2019 

Revved up and 'dolled' up

COTTAGE GROVE - Danny and Candace Solesbee's Shampoo Dolls Salon car made downtown pop in black and white. The couple, owners of the salon and 5 Flying Monkeys, bought the 1972 Delta 88 convertible...

 

School board discusses student investment, success

SPRINGFIELD – So what does a “life-ready” student look like? That was one of the questions addressed when the Springfield Public School Board met on Oct. 28 to discuss aspects of student success. A timeline by the Oregon Department of Education...

 

History, here: Posters around town merge past with present

SPRINGFIELD – If you haven't seen the History Here poster on the northeast corner of 18th and Olympic streets, you might not know that up until the 1960s an airfield ran just north of there from...

 

Season's end - SPRINGFIELD SCHOOLS' SPORTS

RESULTS Football Friday, Nov. 1 SHS lost to Redmond at home 35-20. THS won 58-7 at Ridgeview, still undefeated. Volleyball Tuesday, Oct. 29 SHS lost to Churchill at home 2-3: 18-25, 25-22, 17-25, 25-1...

 
 By Noel Nash    Sports    November 7, 2019 

Apo is 'king' of prep football scorekeepers

CRESWELL – A lifelong sports fan and entering his senior year as a high school athlete, Kai Apo had no expectations for the 2019 football season other than supporting his teammates from the...

 

CHS Bulldogs: Week in review

FOOTBALL Game: CHS shut out Jefferson 35-0 on Nov. 1 Recap: The Bulldogs started four seniors on Friday when Creswell turned up the lights and the score on Senior Night – their last game of the seas...

 

CHS SENIOR MOMENTS- PLAYOFFS

VOLLEYBALL Match: at OSAA 3A State Championships, Forest Grove HS Third-ranked Creswell will take on seventh-ranked Burns in the 3A state quarterfinals on Court 1 at 3:15 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 8 at...

 
 By Yaakov Levine    Health    November 7, 2019 

Nutritionally Speaking: Vitamin D important supplement in the PNW

When we spend time outdoors with skin exposed to the sun, our bodies can produce vitamin D, which we need to have strong bones, avoid colds and flu, and prevent cancer and autoimmune diseases. In the...

 

Tipsy Basil: Blackened salmon with tomato bean ragu

Blackened salmon with tomato bean ragu Blackened Salmon Ingredients: 1 teaspoon smoked paprika 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon onion powder 1 teaspoon dried oregano 1...

 

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