Weekly Clips for December 14

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This week’s top highlights…

Photos: Creswell’s Winter Lights shine bright
CRESWELL — The annual Winter Lights Celebration on Dec. 9 sure added a twinkle in the eyes of its participants. Santa — and in some cases, multiple Saint Nicks —…
Photos: Creswell’s Winter Lights shine bright
CRESWELL — The annual Winter Lights Celebration on Dec. 9 sure added a twinkle in the eyes of its participants. Santa — and in some cases, multiple Saint Nicks —…
Unhoused woman voted onto Creswell City Council
Allen: ‘I want to be able to help people in any way possible because, in a lot of ways, I never got that help when I needed it.’ CRESWELL –…
Unhoused woman voted onto Creswell City Council
Allen: ‘I want to be able to help people in any way possible because, in a lot of ways, I never got that help when I needed it.’ CRESWELL –…
McClain bringing youth, energy to Billies athletics
PLEASANT HILL – You might say that athletics is in Kyle McClain’s blood. McClain, the athletic director at Pleasant Hill High School since the beginning of the 2022 school year,…
McClain bringing youth, energy to Billies athletics
PLEASANT HILL – You might say that athletics is in Kyle McClain’s blood. McClain, the athletic director at Pleasant Hill High School since the beginning of the 2022 school year,…
Holiday show to illuminate complexities, joy of season
SPRINGFIELD — In a theatrical performance centering around the joys, struggles, humor, and mystery of Christmas, a local theater production will soon examine the highs and lows of the holidays…
Holiday show to illuminate complexities, joy of season
SPRINGFIELD — In a theatrical performance centering around the joys, struggles, humor, and mystery of Christmas, a local theater production will soon examine the highs and lows of the holidays…

In case you missed it…

Photos: Springfield’s 71st Oldest & Coldest Parade

BOB WILLIAMS / THE CHRONICLE

With a 100% chance of rain for much of the day, and an estimated total rainfall of .514 inches, weather was anything but holly or jolly on Saturday, Dec. 2. But in true Oregonian form, the rain hardly dampered spirits in Springfield. The city ushered in the holiday season with the Oldest & Coldest Parade, which snaked through out town, with floats and participants themed to “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.”

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