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 By Aliya Hall    News    November 28, 2019

A place of peace

CRESWELL – The dream of helping others was instilled in R. Vicente Rubio from a young age. Although he had a traumatic childhood that resulted in a brain injury and post-traumatic stress, it was... Full story

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    November 28, 2019

Logging legend: Wilbur Heath's claim to fame

COTTAGE GROVE – Wilbur Heath's photo has been seen in magazines all over the world. In 1991 he graced the centerfold of Time Life Magazine's "Year of Photos 1990," where he was posed with a spotted...

 

Shop Local for a chance to win prizes

The campaign: The Creswell Chamber of Commerce and its members encourage local shopping this holiday weekend. The "Win a Window" program gives shoppers special discounts at participating businesses....

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    November 28, 2019

Planning Commission 'OK' signals willingness to work with developers

CRESWELL – Planning Commission members approved the property partition of David and Hannah Sanderbrink, as well as updating the Comprehensive Plan Amendment during their Thursday, Nov. 21 meeting....

 

Fredrick Michael Stauffer - June 20, 1942 - Nov. 13, 201

Fredrick Michael Stauffer of Creswell, OR, passed away on Wednesday, November 13, 2019 from complications of diabetes and heart failure. He was 77 years old. Fred was born in Inglewood, California,... Full story

 

Rexan Wilson - June 22, 1949- Nov. 16, 2019

Rexan "Paula" Wilson nee Cowan died peacefully at Riverbend Hospital on November 16, 2019 in Eugene, Oregon at the age of 70. Rexan went into the light surrounded by her mother and stepfather... Full story

 
 By Pat Edwards    News    November 28, 2019

Memorable nights: Reliving history and watching powerful performers

LORANE – Thank you to Nanette Bordner, the lifestyle director for the Junction City Retirement and Assisted Living Center, for inviting me to give a talk on the history of the Pacific Highway, U.S....

 
 By Noel Nash    Opinion    November 28, 2019

50 first names only ...

The Family Relief Nursery’s fundraiser at Creswell High School last month was an event to remember. The keynote speaker touched our hearts with a story of heartbreaking self-awareness, wondering to...

 

Survey says: Focus on public safety matters, avoid the banana peels

Dear Editor So, I’m sitting here staring at my computer screen, deleting emails I don’t understand. All of a sudden, I come across one from the City of Creswell. It seems they have hired a monkey to see how much I am willing to pay for Sheriff...

 

'Experiential shopping'? Local stores invented it!

As online shopping has steadily grown during the past decade, brick-and-mortar retail businesses have been looking at new ways to address this shift. In an attempt to convert some of those “clicks...

 

Tiny houses? Now that's a giant idea

As you are hopefully relaxing, gratefully stuffed from the holiday meal with a roof over your head, there are others in our community who don't have this luxury that should be a basic right....

 

Thurston rolls at Autzen

EUGENE – Fans layered up at Autzen Stadium on Saturday as the Thurston Colts took on the Silverton Foxes in cold and sunny conditions. The 5A semifinal round was competitive in the first half,...

 

Earth-friendly tips to keep your animals - and you ­­- ­healthy

Let's face it, having pets in our household brings us joy and enhances our health and well-being, and there are plenty of potential furry family members out there waiting to find their forever homes....

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    November 28, 2019

Wilson, Dewey, defense earn all-league respect

CRESWELL – Middle linebacker Caleb Wilson was named 2019 Co-Defensive Player of the Year for the 2A Central Valley Conference and four other Bulldog defensive linemen received recognition when...

 

Cohn enjoying 'new life' on latest tour

COTTAGE GROVE – Jill Cohn couldn't be happier about the way her new CD came out. "Balanced on the Rail," which was released less than a year ago, was produced by Malcolm Burn, whose long list of...

 
 By Gini Davis    News    November 28, 2019

Decade of dedication: Clubhouse celebrates with service goals

CRESWELL – For the past 10 years, the nonprofit Creswell Clubhouse, located on the Creslane Elementary School campus, has provided safe, developmentally oriented afterschool and summer camp...

 

'Old Schoolhouse' sets sights on window restoration

On Nov. 7, it will be three years since a group of Creswell citizens who were concerned about the fate of Creswell’s old schoolhouse attended a City Council meeting to express that concern. At that...

 

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