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Proud of the efforts that goes into Saucy Jazz fundraiser

Saturday night there were two very important happenings in Creswell. One was the annual Creswell Chamber of Commerce awards banquet at Emerald Valley Golf & Resort; we really desired to go to...

 

Pedestrian safety: Safety can't be painted

Dear Editor, Under Oregon law there is a crosswalk at every intersection; a pedestrian is crossing the roadway in a crosswalk when any part or extension of the pedestrian, including but not limited to any part of the pedestrian's body, wheelchair,...

 

Tree huggers unite

Dear Editor, Like it or not, we live in a blue state. That being the case, we are not considered good citizens unless we, among other things, show compassion and empathy for those apparently less fortunate than us. Some of these folks live in bushes...

 

Pedestrians take their lives into their hands crossing Oregon Avenue

I am amazed about the lack of painted pedestrian markings at the Oregon Avenue intersections. I asked the city public works supervisor about this, what I consider a safety problem. His reply was that...

 

Wayward Lamb closes doors, takes toll on UO students, community

Bethany Howe was third in line at the grand opening of The Wayward Lamb, the area’s newest gay bar in almost a decade. A PhD student at the University of Oregon, she recalls the Lamb’s first... Full story

 

City missed opportunity to provide positive public relations

Patriotism is a word that most of us hear and use on a regular basis. Most people, like me, truly believe that it means loyalty and devotion to our country, admiration of those who serve and...

 

Through the Eyes of the Colonel

There is a new manager at Emerald Valley Golf Course as of the first of this year. His name is Laine Wortman, a gentleman that has expressed a true desire to be an active participant in Creswell...

 

Honoring Duane Hodges on the 50th anniversary of his death

Through the Eyes of the Colonel Fifty years ago, Jan. 23, 1968, is a day we in Creswell should remember well. That is the day that the North Korean Navy fired on the unarmed United States Navy ship,...

 

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