Weekly Clips 12/15

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Creswell Winter Lights hit the right notes
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…
Creswell Winter Lights hit the right notes
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…
Arrow Park amenities on point
SPRINGFIELD – A frigid 40-degree wind chill wasn’t going to stop anyone from visiting newly opened Arrow Park. With red cheeks and puffy coats, Yolanda Elementary students took a recess…
Arrow Park amenities on point
SPRINGFIELD – A frigid 40-degree wind chill wasn’t going to stop anyone from visiting newly opened Arrow Park. With red cheeks and puffy coats, Yolanda Elementary students took a recess…
Grove OKs body cams
COTTAGE GROVE – On Monday, the Cottage Grove Police Department was awarded a five-year, $205,700 contract to fund the purchase of state-of-the-art body cameras that aim to boost transparency and…
Grove OKs body cams
COTTAGE GROVE – On Monday, the Cottage Grove Police Department was awarded a five-year, $205,700 contract to fund the purchase of state-of-the-art body cameras that aim to boost transparency and…
On the rise
Springfield extends Buick construction SPRINGFIELD — Officials extended funding to transform the parking lot near the old Buick dealership into a mixed-use residential building, in the hopes of promoting economic…
On the rise
Springfield extends Buick construction SPRINGFIELD — Officials extended funding to transform the parking lot near the old Buick dealership into a mixed-use residential building, in the hopes of promoting economic…
Experienced youth leading Springfield
SPRINGFIELD – It might seem at first like “experienced youth” is a contradiction, but for the Springfield Millers girls basketball team, that might not be true. The Millers have only…
Experienced youth leading Springfield
SPRINGFIELD – It might seem at first like “experienced youth” is a contradiction, but for the Springfield Millers girls basketball team, that might not be true. The Millers have only…

In case you missed it…

Creswell airport updating leases

By Larissa Garcia / [email protected]

CRESWELL — Area pilots and aviation enthusiasts in recent weeks have been airing out concerns with the Creswell City Council about the City’s operation of the airport. The main concerns? Updating lease agreements and ensuring they are equitable.

Bjorn Dahlen, pilot and owner of Pacific Aviation, initiated complaints at the Nov. 14 council meeting in an effort to have leases corrected. The City conducted an investigation with Jim Piper, finance manager and Shelley Humble, airport manager who prepared a memo addressing Dahlen’s concerns. They presented their findings at the Nov. 28 work session.

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