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Holiday market lights dazzle

COTTAGE GROVE – Inspired by the European Christmas markets from the late Middle Ages, the Village Green Christmas Market at 725 Row River Road is an "open air" outdoor holiday market that offers...


Angelia Franklin - May 19, 1964 - Nov. 16, 2019

Angelia Franklin passed away from illness on Nov. 16, 2019. She was surrounded by unconditional love when she passed. She was an incredible, amazing and loving daughter, mother, gma walkie bug, aunt,... Full story


Everett Morley - Aug. 1, 1935 - Nov. 21, 2019

Everett Frank Morley, 84, died on Nov. 21 in his home surrounded by his family. Everett enjoyed hunting, fishing, gold panning, riding motorcycles, playing guitar, spending time with his friends and... Full story


Dixie Smith - July 1, 1937 - Nov. 25, 2019

Dixie Lee Smith of Springfield passed away Nov. 25, 2019. She was 82. Dixie was born July 1, 1937 to Bert and Helen (Stone) Rose in LaGrande, Oregon. She attended grade school and high school in... Full story


Death Notices - Dec. 5, 2019

BISCHOFF - Frederick Bischoff, 70, of Springfield died Nov. 28, 2019. Arrangements by Andreason’s Cremation & Burial Services in Springfield. WITHNELL - Alma Betty Withnell, 95, of Springfiel, died Nov. 28, 2019. Arrangements by Andreason’s... Full story

 By Pat Edwards    News    December 5, 2019

Giving thanks for another great-granddaughter

LORANE – The holiday season seemed to come swooping in this year. It seems that once I passed 50 or so, the days, weeks, months and years have taken on the speed of an express train. Once the...


Creswell VFW requests donations for local soldiers this holiday

CRESWELL –A portion of the local National Guard unit is currently deployed in the near East. The Creswell VFW post will be putting together care packages to send to local soldiers. Monetary...

 By Staff Reports    News    December 5, 2019

Woman falls, gets helping hand

CRESWELL – Rose Eldredge, an 82-year-old Creswell resident, is grateful for the kind gentleman who stopped and came to her aid her after she fell on Oregon Avenue. “I’d like to thank the Good Samaritan who helped me when I fell outside of...


Lane County initiative focusing on helping young, rural drivers

Do we need Driver Education? The simple answer is yes. But, why? Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for people aged 0 to 20 – in the nation, in the State of Oregon and in Lane County....


Kiwanis seeking help in choosing service projects

Dear Editor: How can we help? Our local Coast Fork Kiwanis Club is refocusing their efforts and seeking community input on where our modest resources of volunteer time and limited funding should be employed. Kiwanians have been active in communities...


Rainless days, 'cyclone bomb' sink fishing fortunes

The fact of the matter is, fish like stability. They thrive within a narrow range of water temperatures and oxygen content, and are easily affected by barometric pressure and other conditions ...

 By Dana Merryday    News    December 5, 2019

Hooked on a feelin', high on believin' ... 'tis the season

COTTAGE GROVE – Hang on to your mistletoe, the Grove is going full "holidaze" this weekend. The events that are sweeping into town like a polar blast run the gamut from serene to large-scale ...



GIRLS BASKETBALL LAST SEASON: 7-16 overall, 1-11 league NEW FACES: This year the Lady Dawgs added four freshmen to their roster (Caroline Spriggs, Samairah Quinones, Claire Vaughn and Kendyl Whitson)...

 By Cody Warren    Sports    December 5, 2019

Undefeated, undisputed 5A state champs

ROSEBURG – The Thurston Colts defeated the Crater Comets on Saturday night to win their second straight Oregon 5A State Football Championship, becoming the first team to do so from Lane County...

 By Aliya Hall    News    December 5, 2019

HIV Alliance ceremony honors World AIDs Day

SPRINGFIELD – Roses floated down the Willamette River on Dec. 1 in remembrance of those who lost their lives to AIDS. As the world honored AIDS Day, the HIV Alliance met at the Willamalane Adult...


Nutritionally Speaking - Broth: A bounty of benefits

Regular readers know that I. Love. Broth. I especially enjoy broth this time of year ... yes our free range Thanksgiving turkey was great ... but wow, the turkey bone broth we are enjoying is divine!...


Cohn finds 'balance' and advocacy in new album, tour

COTTAGE GROVE – Listen to the song "Yellow Rose" by Jill Cohn and you'll get to hear an excellent sampling of her dynamic work. Listen to that song's backstory – Cohn met a down-on-their-luck...


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