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 By Noel Nash    Opinion    May 16, 2019 

It's pretty simple; cast a vote for decency

I’m not sure any decision is a “no-brainer,” although many come close. Hot fudge sundae with nuts? Uh, yeah. Thin fries over steak fries, everytime. And, yes, of course I’ll take mayo on my...

 By Noel Nash    Opinion    May 2, 2019

May is National Historical Preservation - Treasuring our past in Creswell

Editor’s note: On behalf of National Historical Preservation Month, Each week this month, The Chronicle will publish articles relating to historical preservation on the editorial page. This week, Ch...

 By Noel Nash    Opinion    April 25, 2019

'Fifty first names only …'

I’d heard his name spoken reverently since the first days we arrived in southern Lane County. Particularly whenever someone was talking about community service. “Have you met The Cowboy yet?...

 By Noel Nash    Opinion    April 11, 2019

'You're not from here, are you?'

What does it mean to be from here? Sure, “local” can be defined in terms of geography. “I was born here and I’ll die here.” It’s a valid philosophy, and ultimately just a subcategory of th...

 By Noel Nash    Opinion    March 21, 2019

Publisher's Corner - 50 first names only…

We met Peggy and Dan a few days after the big storm, in the lobby of a local bank. Dan said he’s been in town since there were only 450 people living here, and was the third person in Creswell to ow...

 By Noel Nash    Opinion    March 14, 2019

What's next for The Chronicle?

It’s been an exciting first week in Creswell, as former owners Scott and Jeanne Olson help my wife and I transition into our new roles. I also want to thank everyone for all of the kind replies to...

 By Noel Nash    Opinion    March 7, 2019

Meet Noel Nash, new Chronicle publisher

The predawn hours are filled with a certain, specific kind of anticipation. The sun is on its way, soon to break through with splintered light across the sky, illuminating familiar sights. With maybe... Full story


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