Weekly Clips 12/22

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Cottage Grove police officers absolved in use-of-force investigation
A screen grab from video surveillance shows Cottage Grove Police Officers on top of the subject, Harrelson. The Cottage Grove Police department concluded its internal investigation into the September use-of-force…
Cottage Grove police officers absolved in use-of-force investigation
A screen grab from video surveillance shows Cottage Grove Police Officers on top of the subject, Harrelson. The Cottage Grove Police department concluded its internal investigation into the September use-of-force…
This is not a drill
Lane students construct homes for the unhoused Earlier this year, Lane County students hit the nail on the head – chipping away at the unhoused crisis through the “Constructing a…
This is not a drill
Lane students construct homes for the unhoused Earlier this year, Lane County students hit the nail on the head – chipping away at the unhoused crisis through the “Constructing a…
Running history finds home at Dorris Ranch
SPRINGFIELD — When you see someone do the impossible, everything becomes possible. That’s what former olympian Ben Blankenship hopes to bring to sustainability – and Springfield, too. Blankenship is the…
Running history finds home at Dorris Ranch
SPRINGFIELD — When you see someone do the impossible, everything becomes possible. That’s what former olympian Ben Blankenship hopes to bring to sustainability – and Springfield, too. Blankenship is the…
HSSZ The week ahead: Basketball
GIRLS BASKETBALL PIERRE WEIL / CHRONICLE PHOTOPleasant Hill’s Shyanne Fenley (3) extends for a lay-up in the team’s win over Blanchet Catholic last week. Springfield Millers: 4-2, ranked #8■ In…
HSSZ The week ahead: Basketball
GIRLS BASKETBALL PIERRE WEIL / CHRONICLE PHOTOPleasant Hill’s Shyanne Fenley (3) extends for a lay-up in the team’s win over Blanchet Catholic last week. Springfield Millers: 4-2, ranked #8■ In…

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Creswell Winter Lights hit the right notes

By Larissa Garcia / [email protected]

CRESWELL  –  Underneath trees encircled with white lights,  paper cups were filled to the brim with hot cocoa during the Creswell Winter Lights festivities as residents lined Oregon Avenue and awaited the parade of lights.  

Following the holiday market at the grange, the main event kicked off with music performed by the Creswell Community Singers and the Creswell Middle School choir at the fire station. 

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