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Reaping the benefits of a Harvest Dinner

In a word, Creswell is nothing if not traditional. When autumn breezes in and begins to settle around us, Creswell's First Presbyterian Church opens its doors to the community on the first Friday of...

Local Vets Spotlight - Rick L. Higgins U.S. Army, Retired Viet Nam War

Rick Higgins served as a U.S. Army Infantryman and Radio Operator during the Viet Nam War, earning three Purple Hearts, a Bronze Star and a Commendation Medal for Valor. In recent years, Rick has...

Bazaar proceeds to help prevent human trafficking

There will be an event this weekend in Pleasant Hill that can have a direct impact on a country across the world. The event, a Pumpkin Spice Holiday Bazaar, will be held on Saturday, Nov. 10 from 9... Full story

Halloween in Creswell: A breath of fresh scare

Vice Principal Alan Stearn's son, Jack, holds his dad's fingers as he walks around as his Incredibles doppleganger during the Safe Halloween event at...

VETERANS DAY - A Day of Remembrance

I have worked closely with police officers throughout my career and I could not think of a finer person, public servant or policing professional than Lane County Sheriff's Office Sergeant Scott...

Local Vets Spotlight - Colonel Richard M. Heyman

Richard Heyman joined the U.S. Army Air Corps to serve in WWII. At 19 years old, he flew a fighter plane over Normandy in June, 1944 to protect the soldiers on the ground during Operation Overlord....

Warm hearts, warm beds

If you are lucky enough to have a warm dry place to live, it is probably easy to forget that there are folks who have it pretty rough when the mercury drops and the rains set in. Ten years ago, a... Full story

VETERANS DAY - A Day of Remembrance

Creswell Grange's 2018 Veteran of the Year, Gary Prichard, has spent the last 52 years serving the community through his Grange activities. Gary grew up on his family's farm in Lane County and was...

Veterans Day - A Day of Remembrance

Loranian, Michael Cantrell, served as a U.S. Marine in the Vietnam War from 1966 until 1969 and participated in the Tet Offensive of 1968. Like all war time experiences, it was a time that few men...

Local Vets Spotlight - Lt. Colonel Robert A. Beck, U.S. Army, Retired, Cold War, Defense of Korea

Bob Beck served as a U.S. Army Infantry Ranger and a Combat Engineer Officer. He served in Germany during the Cold War, and then on the Demilitarized Zone in Korea; his last assignment before...

Nutritionally Speaking: A key to optimal health – robust digestion

As the weather gets wetter, cooler and the days get shorter, are you experiencing stuffed sinuses or congestion? Are these symptoms putting a damper on your day-to-day enjoyment of life? While not...

Moehlmann runs strong at XC state

Sophomore Brandon Moehlmann was the Creswell Bulldogs' lone representative during the OSAA 3A/2A/1A State Cross Country Championships, held Nov. 3 at Lane Community College in Eugene, and he did his...

Lady Dawgs return without hardware from volleyball state

Two consecutive losses at the OSAA 3A Volleyball State Championships, held Nov. 2 through 3 at Forest Grove High School, eliminated the Creswell Bulldogs from the state tournament and sent them home...

Woodward finishes strong

Maddy Woodward completed her Pleasant Hill cross country career by standing on the awards stand at the 3A-2A-1A state cross country meet Saturday at Lane Community College.Woodward, a two time...

Lady Dawgs' state run ends with soccer playoff loss

Halloween brought no treats for the 16th-ranked Creswell Lady Bulldogs’, as their run at the OSAA 3A/2A/1A Girls’ Soccer State Championships — and their season — ended on Oct. 31 with a 0-8...

Dawgs' soccer season ends with state playoff loss

A 0-6 shutout by second-ranked Catlin Gabel in an OSAA 3A/2A/1A boys’ soccer state playoffs match on Oct. 30 ended the 15th-ranked Creswell Bulldogs’ run at the state championships, and their...

Through the Eyes of the Colonel - Commemorating veterans for their service

In the mid-1930s in my hometown of Bartlesville, Okla., I remember when I was about 12 or 13 years old that we always celebrated Armistices Day, which was to commemorate "The War to End All Wars."...

Letter to the Editor - Make November Pro-GMO Month

Dear Editor, I was disappointed to see the column from Yaakov Levine (October: Non-GMO month!) demonizing genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The piece was filled with misinformation, and readers should have a chance to hear the truth about...

Guest Viewpoint - Growing Up in the Digital Age

From the Greatest Generation to Baby Boomers, Generation X to Millennials, teenagers in every era have had challenges growing up. In today’s digital world, high school students are being tested in unique and demanding ways. The Washington Post...

David Edward Williams

David Edward Williams, 79, died Oct. 27, 2018 in Idaho Falls, Idaho. He was born Aug. 8, 1939 in Yoncalla, Ore. He was the son of the late Edward and Mabel Pearce Williams. Directions to his... Full story

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