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Creswell participates in Every 15 Minutes Program

Hosted by the Lane County Sheriff's Office, Creswell High School put on a mock car crash and held an assembly as part of the Every 15 Minutes program on March 13 and 14. Coordinated by Sergeant Scott...

 
 By Erin Tierney    News    March 22, 2018

Creswell Grange will honor vets on March 29

National Vietnam War Veterans' Day is March 29, and Creswell Grange is putting forth efforts to ensure that Vietnam-era veterans - and all veterans - are offered a continued "welcome home" for...

 

Creswell Heritage Foundation officially acquires Old Schoolhouse

Creswell Mayor Dave Stram conducted a ceremonial transfer of ownership of the Old Schoolhouse, located at 195 S. 2nd St., last Thursday to the Creswell Heritage Foundation. The Creswell Bakery...

 

Harold E. Solesbee

Harold E. Solesbee, 75, of Creswell passed away on March 16, 2018. He was born on July 4, 1942 in Murphy, North Carolina to Jerry and Annice (Kephart) Solesbee. Harold married Janice M. Woody on Feb.... Full story

 
 By Dana Merryday    News    March 22, 2018

Community invited to Swing the Bridge benefit

If you have ever spent time in Cottage Grove as either a resident or a visitor, chances are extraordinarily high that you have had the wonderful experience of crossing the Coast Fork of the...

 

There's a reason why the public doesn't attend public meetings

City council meetings and school board meetings are conducted by fixed sets of rules developed by the boards and councils themselves. Mostly those rules are carried over from previous administrations...

 
 By Scott Olson    Opinion    March 22, 2018

Time to make some decisions on policing

Drug trafficking in Creswell has been a major issue in Creswell, and to some business owners and residents of the community the issue seems to be getting worse. From the outside looking in, it...

 
 By Jim Zachary    Opinion    March 22, 2018

Sunshine always right

Open government is not a political platform. It is a basic American right. The political landscape is more polarized than ever and there seems to be little common ground for conservatives and... Full story

 

Creswell man arrested in 'largest meth seizure in DINT history'

A Creswell man and a California man were arrested on Saturday, March 17 in what police are calling "the largest single seizure of meth in Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team (DINT) history." During an...

 
 By Yaakov Levine    Health    March 22, 2018

Nutritionally Speaking: Book Review

As we age it is even more important to find a way of eating that will satisfy our taste buds but not contribute to degenerative health issues. Eating a traditional, nutrient-dense diet, which these...

 
 By Gini Davis    News    March 22, 2018

Dad-daughter duos dance night away for good cause

More than 200 young girls in gorgeous frilly dresses and dads (or another male relative) filled the Creswell High School auxiliary gym and commons as Mr. Bulldog contestants and coordinators hosted...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    March 22, 2018

Dawgs open preseason with 12-0 shutout of Lions

Dean Howard pitched a five-inning 12-0 shutout of the visiting Jefferson Lions as the Creswell Bulldogs opened baseball preseason play on March 12. The Dawgs were walked 11 times – eight times in...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    March 22, 2018

Lady Dawgs 2-0 to open softball preseason

Freshman Destiney Black smacked a three-run double in the fifth inning to give Creswell a 6-4 lead over visiting Jefferson, and that stood as the final score as the Lady Dawgs won their preseason...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    March 22, 2018

Allen's javelin PR win paces Dawgs at Icebreaker

Senior Cali Allen won the javelin with a personal-best throw of 116'3" – 20 feet farther than second-place finisher Katie Sandberg of Molalla – as the Creswell girls opened the track and field...

 

CHS BASEBALL VARSITY

The Creswell High School varsity baseball team. From left, top: Head Coach Chris Whitmore, Assistant Coach Bryant Lane, Jack Padilla, Avery Wells, Eddie Hernandez, Nate Mooney, Dallton Dewey, Andrew...

 

CHS SOFTBALL VARSITY

The Creswell High School varsity softball team. From left, top: Assistant Coach Matt Jungling, Amanda O'Reilly, Jesse Farrell, Lexi McCrory, Izzy Ramirez, Hallie Drago, Brooklyn Grubbs and Head Coach...

 

CHS TRACK TEAM

The Creswell High School varsity track team. From left, top: Tyler Olson, Andrew Cox, Grant Marshall, Cam Nguyen, Javier Fregoso, Nick Bronson, Chance Bellew, Zach Culp, Gauge Smith and Jackson...

 

CHS GOLF TEAM

The Creswell High School golf team. From left, top: Tyler Nicol, Katie Allison, Zakery Dolan, Nathaniel Diamond, Matt Foster, Sam Williams and Bryson Forsman. Lower: Darrien Hill, Abby Mercer,...

 

CHS TENNIS TEAM

The Creswell High School tennis team. From left, top: Coach Tyler Hollingsworth, Sam Stephens, Ethan Stephens and Jared Pease. Lower: Christina Mack, Skye Leach, Aleesha Fox and Kaylee Cunningham....

 
 By Gini Davis    News    March 22, 2018

CHS Jazz Band 2 wins 3A division at Clackamas Jazz

Amanda O'Reilly received an Outstanding Musician and Soloist award as Creswell High's Jazz Band 2, under the direction of Sandi Green, took home second place in the 3A Division during the Clackamas...

 
 By Leta Petty    News    March 22, 2018

A new beginning for Creswell Christian education this September

A new beginning for Christian education is getting ready to commence in September. The word “beginning” can carry many different meanings with it, along with a healthy amount of excitement, questions and perhaps even skepticism. A basic human...

 

Family Relief Nursery announces new executive director

Family Relief Nursery is pleased to announce that after an extensive search, they have chosen a new executive director, Courtney McGinnis. Since the position announcement in January, many great local...

 

Entire Oregon coast now open for crabbing

The Oregon Department of Agriculture and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announce that recreational and commercial crabbing is now open from Cape Blanco, north of Port Orford, to the... Full story

 

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