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 By Jen Blue    News    October 10, 2019 

Nonprofit could make it RAIN success in Creswell

CRESWELL – As the seasons change in Creswell, so do the opportunities to network and thrive. Last week, the City of Creswell hosted a free luncheon with guests from Oregon Regional Accelerator... Full story

 

'Help! I've fallen & I can't get up!'

Dressed up for Tuesday's "Meme Day," Jane Marquess (lower) and Makaela Seiber portray the classic Life Alert commercial tagline during Spirit/Homecoming Week at Creswell High School Tuesday. The...

 

Creswell native, LCSO chief deputy is FBI grad

Lane County Sheriff's Office (LCSO) Chief Deputy Carl Wilkerson Jr., a Creswell native, recently completed one of the toughest challenges available to local law enforcement officers: the FBI National...

 
 By Dana Merryday    News    October 10, 2019 

What's in a name?

The Cottage Grove City Council is in a funny position in dealing with a "new" old bridge with a hazy naming history. Their job is now to agree on an official name to what everyone calls the "Swinging...

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    October 10, 2019 

Springfield's own Magnum P.I.

SPRINGFIELD – For the Oregon Association of Licensed Investigators (OALI) meeting happening on Nov. 2, Springfield P.I. Bill Lioio has been asked to give a talk; the title of his presentation: "The...

 

Dark skies loom over Patrician residents

SPRINGFIELD – Springfield City Council’s meeting room was packed for the third reading of a controversial proposed rezoning ordinance of the Patrician Mobile Home Park Monday night. In March, park owner Richard Boyles of Urban Transitions LLC...

 

'Everything is a design decision'

SPRINGFIELD – With many irons in the fire, Springfield architect Jenna Fribley goes beyond the standard definition of what an architect is and does. She and Kelsey Buzzell are co-owners of Campfire...

 
 By Pat Edwards    News    October 10, 2019 

Movie nights in Lorane will keep you

The Rural Arts Center has announced its 2019-2020 lineup of movies for the Lorane Movie Night series. Just one thing, though... Their new licensing agreement won’t let them advertise the movies to...

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    October 3, 2019

Student leader expands mind, experiences culture shifts

SANTA CRUZ, Bolivia – Emily Garcia Anson, 17, of Creswell, is following her dream of seeing the world by partaking in a Rotary Youth Exchange, which has placed her in Santa Cruz, Bolivia for a year....

 

New boutique helps provide medical care for community

SPRINGFIELD – You might call the building fairly nondescript, with an aging blue metal overhang, residing between other buildings ranging from a truck-rental outlet and local convenience store....

 
 By Jen Blue    News    October 3, 2019

Crafts + Cider

SPRINGFIELD – Last weekend at Bring Recycling Director of Operations Steven Colbert instructs young orchardist Wiley Bucolo in how to press apples into cider for Wildcraft Cider Works' 5th annual...

 
 By Jen Blue    News    October 3, 2019

75 & feelin' fine

The storm clouds parted and the sun was shining Sunday as Willamalane Park & Recreation District celebrated its 75th anniversary with a sprawling community hoopla at Willamalane Park in...

 
 By Dana Merryday    News    October 3, 2019

The art of toga

The first time I tried to attend the Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany, I missed it. Naturally assuming that it was held in October, and without doing any research in that pre-internet era, I showed up...

 
 By Gini Davis    News    October 3, 2019

'CATCH' healthy behaviors

CRESWELL - Bolstered by a $20,000 Lane County Public Health (LCPH) grant, Creswell Middle School is out to "CATCH" students eating healthy foods and being physically active. The two-pronged...

 
 By Pat Edwards    News    October 3, 2019

Fall is flush with special memories

This past week was the beginning of fall, and it certainly feels as though it’s earlier than usual, weather-wise. I’ve always enjoyed the cooler, sunny days of fall that we usually have through...

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    September 26, 2019

From barrels of trash, to barrels of laughs

"I felt I wasn't putting enough into my creative life, and I've been trying to give myself more grace with that. Not to put the pressure of time on myself; things get done eventually. If you put press...

 

Breakfast, blood drive with VFW buddies

CRESWELL – Local vets partook in an All-American pancake breakfast to celebrate receiving the VFW All American award again for 2018-19. Additionally, the Bloodworks Northwest bus was parked in...

 

@ THE LIBRARY

SPRINGFIELD - The Springfield Public Library is now offering several promotional items for sale at their front desk, in addition to other items provided by Friends of the Springfield Public Library...

 

$8K WON'T CUT IT

SPRINGFIELD – Residents at the Patrician Mobile Home Park feel like their ground is being pulled out from under them – literally, and Springfield City Council got an earful from park residents about it at the Sept. 16 meeting. A request came to c...

 

Experts: These days, cougars commonly seen in wild like deer, elk

SPRINGFIELD – The Dorris Ranch cougar sighting in the late morning on Sept. 17 caused a bit of a clamor to locals in the area, but overall, experts say their presence has become all too common. “We’ve constantly gotten reports of (cougar...

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    September 26, 2019

'the ways of the mountain men'

SPRINGFIELD - Tucked away in southern Springfield, Scouts from as far away as Brookings, Corvallis and Lincoln City gathered for the 27th annual Fall Rendezvous, an event hosted by the Oregon Trail...

 

Willamalane's 75th Anniversary Community Celebration

SPRINGFIELD - A giant Ferris wheel, axe-throwing and the unveiling of a new, interactive mural is set to shake up Willamalane Park on Sunday, Sept. 29, from noon to 6 p.m. as part of the recreation...

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    September 26, 2019

Coast Fork Farm Stand: 10 years of offering 'a little bit of a lot of things'

COTTAGE GROVE - A lot has happened over the past 10 years for Coast Fork Farm Stand. For four years, owner Scott Burgwin, 67, of Cottage Grove sold fresh produce in tents. It would take up to two...

 
 By Pat Edwards    News    September 26, 2019

Recent accident stirs heeded warning: Drive safe on treacherous Territorial

Around 7 p.m. last night our dogs began barking and whining to get outside. They’ll do the same when they know it’s time to race the school bus or garbage truck up the hill (inside our...

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    September 19, 2019

High school presents new science curriculum

CRESWELL - Creswell High School will be adopting a new science curriculum that puts students at the center of instruction. Instead of relying only on textbooks and a lecture from science teachers,...

 

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