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Articles from the November 22, 2018 edition

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 By Janet Hansen    News    November 22, 2018

'Tis the season to be giving

The season of goodwill, giving and grace is upon us. From now through the end of 2018, traditions bring family and friends together in time honored celebrations that always involve good food. As the...

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    November 22, 2018

Just Desserts - Mini pie making class sparks appetites

Instead of thinking bigger this Thanksgiving, think a little smaller - mini pie small. Along with maintaining portion control, a personalized mini pie is fun for the whole family to take part in. On...

 

Holidays kick off in Creswell on Dec. 1

This year's 16th Annual Tree Lighting Celebration has expanded yet again to include more family, holiday and festive fun! Creswell's old-fashioned celebration is the perfect venue to ring in the...

 

Transient arrested for burglary, other charges

The Lane County Sheriff's Office responded to a burglary call in the 33900 block of Martin Rd. on Wednesday, Nov. 14. The residence is located outside of the Creswell contract area. After arriving at...

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    November 22, 2018

Report cards released

During the Nov. 14 regular session school board meeting, the Board of Directors got an early peek at the at the 2017 to 2018 school and district report cards, which were released Nov. 15. The report c...

 

Doris May Bichsel

Doris May Bichsel passed away on Nov. 6, 2018 the age of 91. Doris and her devoted husband, Edwin, were married for 71 years and resided in Creswell all their married life. They raised five children together: Letha Paille of Stayton, Molly Bedortha...

 

Community Blessing - The Derminer Painting Family

How can such a small community feel so large in my heart? It almost seems like a competition with clients and companies to help families and children in the area. My wife, children and I smile as we...

 

Community Blessings - The Knox's

First and foremost for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Second are our family members, friends and our Creswell Heritage. Diana is a Creswell girl, her parents were Wes & Uldine (Dean) Hoover Cha...

 

Community Blessings - Adam Watkins, Principal, CHS

I am so thankful for the amazing students, dedicated teachers and supportive parents. We have such an amazing community that cares and supports our students here in Creswell, and it is such an...

 

Chronicle Blessings - Scott Olson, Publisher

It seems the older I get, the faster time passes on. It's amazing how fast this year has gone by. We are now in the home stretch of 2018, getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving and then Christmas...

 
 By Erin Tierney    News    November 22, 2018

Chronicle Blessings - Erin Tierney, Editor, The Creswell Chronicle

As I count my blessings this Thanksgiving, I find myself reflecting a bit differently this go around. I find myself thinking of time not as a linear construct, but instead as this intricate,...

 

Chronicle Blessings - Richard Heyman

A holiday established many years ago to thank our creator for the many glorious things that have come our way, to realize how fortunate we are. I always invoke a blessing for the ancestors that...

 

Chronicle Blessings - Pamela Palmer, Webmaster

"There is more hunger for love and appreciation in this world than for bread," said Mother Teresa. I have seen and heard of so many examples of kindness and love in the past year in our town of...

 

Chronicle Blessings - Cheryl Richard, Sales Manager

This month marks two years with The Creswell Chronicle and Emerald Valley Magazines. Those two years have flown by! I love to look back and see the growth and change that has happened at The Creswell...

 

Chronicle Blessings - Aliya Hall, Reporter

Even with Thanksgiving's dark history, the idea of taking a moment of reflection for the blessings in your life is important - no matter what the occasion. I'm most thankful this year - and always -...

 

Chronicle Blessings - Gini Davis, Reporter

This Thanksgiving, I am most grateful, as always, for my much-loved family – warm, capable, independent, fun, loving people all: My daughter Meghann, son-in-law Austin and their precious children,...

 

Chronicle Blessings - Mike Rothgeb, Reporter

For some, Thanksgiving seems to have lost its meaning. It's become just another stepping stone to Christmas, a time to indulge in gluttonous acts and a break from work or school. What a lot of us are...

 

Chronicle Blessings - Christopher Palanuk, Photographer

"Count what you have now/ Don't count what you don't have/ Find that you have so much." Mariya Takeuchi sang those words in her song "Measure of Happiness" in a 2008 maxi single from Japan....

 

Chronicle Blessings - Andrew Breig, Photographer

When The Creswell Chronicle asked contributors to write about their blessings for the year, my mind immediately went to one thing - exploration. Every free moment of 2018 I spent trekking through our...

 

Community Blessings - Michelle Amberg, City Manager, Creswell

What Thanksgiving means to me in 2018… Thank you to the people I work with at City Hall. You make every day better (yes, really). Happy days spent within the community of Creswell. I look forward to being a resident for a long time. And thank you...

 

Community Blessings - City of Creswell

I have many things to be thankful for in 2018. In my personal life, I am especially thankful for my wonderful wife. She helped me through a really tough time following my major shoulder surgery in the Spring. I am more thankful than I can express...

 

Community Blessings - Alaina Thomson, Chronicle columnist, Therapeutic Associates Creswell Physical Therapy

I am immensely thankful for friendship. 2018 has been a year of growth and rebuilding, achievement and challenges, wins and losses, climbing mountains and running races, emotional highs and personal...

 

Community Blessings - Don Williams, Cottage Grove Carousel

I am thankful to be born in a country that produces enough food to feed the population. I am thankful to be born in a country I can attend the church of my choice, that I can write for my newspaper where I can speak my mind, to be born in this...

 

Community Blessings - Susan Blachnik, Verlean McCoy

I am thankful to live in a town where people can make a difference for others. There are churches and organizations helping to feed the hungry: the Creswell Food Pantry, Creslane Food4Kids, New Hope Baptist Church Wed dinner, Church of Christ Sunday...

 

Community Blessings - Anna Mercer

Of the many people and blessings I am grateful for in my life, two stand out to me the most: My grandmother and my dog, Watson. Watson was a starved and abused black long-hair chihuahua when I found him at the Greenhill Humane Society three years...

 

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