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 By Erin Tierney    News    April 5, 2018

One Gro puts kibosh on Creswell CBD dispensary

One Gro Investment Group has officially disbanded their plans to open a cannabidiol (CBD) dispensary this year at their Creswell building at 285 E. Oregon Ave. CBD is a hot trend right now, and after...

 
 By Gini Davis    News    April 5, 2018

An eggsquisite time had by all

Congenial weather and generous sponsors helped make Easter fun for hundreds of youngsters during the 13th Annual Creswell Community Easter Egg Hunt, hosted by Hillside Church and held in the west...

 
 By Erin Tierney    News    April 5, 2018

Does the City have a graffiti plight?

How much of a nuisance is graffiti to the Creswell community? That's what City Hall wants to know, after a spree of graffiti showed up and stuck around for some time in the City. City Administrator...

 
 By Mike Rothgeb    News    April 5, 2018

FTC Team 8045: Gromit's Grommets

Whitney Houston once said, "I believe that children are our future. Teach them well and let them lead the way." It's also been said that technology is the future. When you mix the two, you get the...

 

Rydbrinks celebrate 50 years wed

Rydbrinks celebrate 50 years wed After 50 years of marriage, you'd think Ken and Jeannette Rydbrink would know better than to tell their daughter and son-in-law that they don't want to make a big...

 
 By Phil Barnhart    Opinion    April 5, 2018

2018 short session was perhaps the most ambitious one yet

The "short" session the legislature holds each even-numbered year is always intense and fast-paced and the 2018 short session was no exception. It was the fourth short session we've convened since...

 

Creswell Chamber gets new digs

The Creswell Chamber of Commerce has moved! Previously located at 104 S. Mill St. in the City, Creswell Chamber Administrator Don Amberg and Administrator Assistant Pamela Palmer packed their bags in...

 
 By Richad Heyman    Opinion    April 5, 2018

A matter of transparency, honesty and honor

Every State in our Union has laws to protect the citizens and we have a unique one that pertains to open meetings by governing bodies. This law pertains to rules and regulations that must be followed...

 
 By Letti Lister    Opinion    April 5, 2018

Help stop new paper tariffs; 600,000 newspaper jobs at risk

The threat of paper tariffs has been a deep concern for our company and the entire newspaper industry since last fall, when one lone paper supplier, North Pacific Paper Company (NORPAC), sought...

 

The Cobalt Activity Center to feature a floating dance floor

Sensei R. Vicente Rubio, who has been the coordinator for a number of exercise and Aikido classes at the Cobalt Activities Center in Creswell, recently led the project of creating a floating dance...

 

SUPERSTAR OF THE MONTH CRESWELL SHINES because of Bev Rogers

Each month, The Chronicle and our friends at The Flower Basket & Gift Boutique will ask readers to choose someone in the community - young or old - that they feel makes Creswell shine. The...

 
 By Yaakov Levine    Health    April 5, 2018

Nutritionally Speaking: Take a spring fitness challenge

Spring has sprung: Have you been noticing more of your neighbors out for walks, feeling the urge to go climb Mt. Pisgah or check out the falls at Bryce Creek? I sure have, and while we had a...

 
 By Mike Rothgeb    News    April 5, 2018

Springfield Lions Club and The Brattain House 'Where there's a need, there's a Lion'

Many people know of the Lions Club and their fight to bring eye disease and blindness to light, but what people may not know is everything else Lions do for their communities. Locally, the...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    April 5, 2018

Howard homer highlights split week

Bulldog baseball split a pair last week, falling 3-5 to host Cascade Christian on March 26 but, on the strength of Dean Howard's three-run homer, defeated host Oakridge 4-3 on March 29. At Cascade...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    April 5, 2018

Lady Dawgs don't catch a (spring) break, going 1-2

Lady Dawgs' softball suffered two losses last week, falling 2-12 in five innings to host 4A Central Linn on March 28 and to host 5A Springfield, 5-6, in the opener of a March 30 doubleheader, before...

 

Joe's Dinner

As many Creswell residents have undoubtedly noticed, Joe's Diner, a staple of Creswell dining, has a For Sale sign in its window. Those concerned about losing their favorite spot to eat, talk and rela...

 

The Axe & Fiddle Public House

Cottage Grove is a mecca of locally owned restaurants featuring unique entertainment, intimate ambiances and comfortable environments. The Axe & Fiddle on East Main Street is a prime example of...

 

Village Green Resort and Gardens

With all the attractions that Southern Lane County has to offer, it's impossible to see everything in just one day, let alone an entire weekend. People flock from miles around to enjoy the local winer...

 

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