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 By Erin Tierney    News    February 8, 2018

Mike Arnold leaves One Gro

One Gro Founder Mike Arnold is officially no longer part of One Gro Investment Group. Arnold has left the group to take what he's learned about the cannabis industry on the road, One Gro Chief...

 
 By Mike Rothgeb    News    February 8, 2018

A local twist on Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is a special holiday where couples can show one another how much they care. While this should be true of every day, it reminds us to take that extra effort in the name of love....

 

Creswell Chamber of Commerce Award Finalists 2018

Business of the Year The Creswell Chronicle Sanipac Wise Woman Herbals Agri-business of the Year Bear Mountain Honey CK Farms Twin Timbers Rose Barker Lifetime Achievement Cuddeback Family Larry...

 
 By Gini Davis    News    February 8, 2018

'69 state championship radio rebroadcast provides nostalgic trip down memory lane

Four members of the Creswell Bulldogs' 1969 2A State Champion boys' basketball team were among those who gathered in the CHS commons on Saturday, Feb. 3 to chat, snack and listen to a radio...

 

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...

 

Nutritionally Speaking:

I am hoping that you all learned a few new tricks to support your cardiovascular health from my last columns. There are a lot of members of my family who suffer from heart disease, and my goal each...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    February 8, 2018

Sparked by Bellew, Dawgs best Billies, 'Cats

The 13th-ranked Creswell Bulldogs improved to 5-2 and are second in league standings, behind eighth-ranked Coquille (6-1), heading into the final week of regular league play. The Dawgs defeated the...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    February 8, 2018

Energy is key as Lady Dawgs lose one, win one

Poor shooting and low energy cost the 12th-ranked Lady Bulldogs, who fell 23-45 to host Pleasant Hill on Jan. 30. Creswell defeated the visiting Glide Wildcats 33-22 in another low-scoring outing on...

 
 By Tom Page    Sports    February 8, 2018

Pleasant Hill places second at district wrestling meet

Pleasant Hill finished second to Scio in the district wrestling tourney Saturday at Harrisburg and qualified seven grapplers for the state 3A tourney Feb. 16-17 in Portland. "They wrestled well and...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    February 8, 2018

Nelson is district champ; three Dawgs on to state

Blake Nelson captured his second district championship at 220 pounds, and two more Bulldogs also qualified for state as Creswell competed with Pleasant Hill, Colton, Gervais, Jefferson, Santiam Christ...

 

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...

 
 By Tom Page    Sports    February 8, 2018

Lowell qualifies six wrestlers for state tournament

Lowell finished second to Reedsport in the district 2A-1A wrestling tournament Saturday on the Red Devils' mats and qualified six individuals, including five district champions for the state tourney...

 
 By Pamela Palmer    News    February 8, 2018

Cottage Theatre opens 2018 season with 'Noises Off!'

You may never think of sardines again without conjuring images from the Cottage Theatre's 2018 season-opening play, "Noises Off!" Warning: this fast-paced production is full of outrageously silly...

 

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