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 By Mike Rothgeb    News    December 27, 2018

To INZANITY & Beyond

As a child, few people know what they will be doing once they become adults. Childhood dreams of adventures and excitement can shift to more practical goals of financial security and routine. For...

 
 By Erin Tierney    News    December 27, 2018

'Hit list' found at middle school

At the end of the school day on Wednesday, Dec. 19, a “hit list” of people to be killed or hurt was discovered on the front cover of a student’s notebook at Creswell Middle School (CMS). Lane...

 
 By Aliya Hall    News    December 27, 2018

Analysis: Land will accommodate economic growth

At the fourth Community Advisory Committee Land Needs Analysis meeting on Dec. 7, ECONorthwest and the City of Creswell shifted their focus from residential to commercial and industrial. Preliminary...

 

These little ducklings

These tiny, wet little Creswell ducklings from Ellie's Preschool & Daycare on D Street stopped by The Chronicle office on the rainy morning of Dec. 20. They were all waddling along in a row, en...

 

Looking ahead, looking back - Chronicle Columnist

As you read this you are probably in that strange zone of crumpled Christmas wrappings and thinking about a new year in front of you. With both Christmas and New Year’s falling on the first of the...

 

Why 2018 was a big year for small business - Guest Viewpoint

December is the time of year we reflect on the highs and lows of the past 12 months. When it comes to small business, 2018 was definitely a high. In fact, I believe it was one of the best years for...

 
 By Erin Tierney    News    December 27, 2018

Creswell man convicted of sex abuse

A man was convicted of sex abuse crimes as a result of incidents that occurred in December 2017 and February 2018 in Creswell. Timothy Allen Rook, 31, of Creswell was arrested on Sept. 9 by Lane...

 

Whale watching week returns Dec. 27-31 as whales migrate past Oregon coast

Gray whales are on the move south again this December, and Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) is celebrating the migration with the annual Whale Watching Week Dec. 27 through 31....

 

OHA increases reward in moose poaching case

The Oregon Hunters Association's Emerald Valley Chapter has pledged $500 toward the reward for information leading to an arrest in the case of a rare bull moose poached in Oregon's Wallowa County, bri...

 

Meet the CHS bulldogs Winter 2018–2019 - Varsity Girls' Basketball

(Top Left:) Kylee Whitson, MaKaela Seiber, Emma Maness, Bailey Howell, Freya DeMasters, Emme Whitson and Aubrie Hatch. (Bottom Left:) Tabetha Donovan, Morgan Janshen, Jada Gallegos, Megan Seele and...

 

Meet the CHS bulldogs Winter 2018–2019 - Varsity boys' Basketball

(Top Left:) Gauge Smith, Tyler Frieze, Tyler Atwood, Austin Gabriel, Kai Apo and Andrew Spence. (Bottom Left:) Marquin Robinson, Tayler Forsman, Dallton Dewey, Chase Gallegos, Carter Cunningham and...

 

Meet the CHS bulldogs: Winter 2018–2019 -JV Girls' Basketball

(Back Left:) Gabby Halgren #10, Lilly Heltman-Hogg #12, Lily Powell #35, Kira Miller #14, Tresea Quillen #34 and Audrey Hecker #33. (Bottom Left:) Zaide Allen #4, Kia'la Cruz #20, Harmony Goodman...

 

Meet the CHS bulldogs: Winter 2018–2019 - JV Boys' Basketball

(Top Left:) Gabe Hastings, Cam Nguyen, Tyler Atwood, Jackson Parker and Chase Gallegos. (Bottom Left:) Dawson Sharkey, Payden Criddle, Adam Steele and Carter Cunningham. Not pictured: Matt...

 

Meet the CHS bulldogs: Winter 2018–2019 - Cheerleading

(Back row:) Tianna Evans, Candace Naron, Arian Lawson, Cameron Romo, Sophia Janezic, Kiara McNamara, Mikiah Southmayd. (Front Row:) Haley Smith, Jessalyn Aiken, Grace Wilkinson, Dani Leveque, Lily...

 

Meet the CHS bulldogs: Winter 2018–2019 - Wrestling

(Top left to right:) Javier Fregoso, Nick Kubishta, Hugo Tuara, Miguel Lopez, Jack Padilla, Jurny Halvorson, Corbin Allison and Rogelio Legoretta. (Middle left to right:) Jaxson Wilkerson, Juan...

 

Steps (10,000) towards a healthier winter

Well, the days are finally getting longer, but we still have plenty of winter left. It's great to stock up on healthy cold season healing alternatives, vitamin C or zinc lozenges, but an ounce or two...

 
 By Aliya Hall    Health    December 27, 2018

Creswell School District receives vouchers for glasses

Creswell High School Counselor Lori Naugle said she could picture herself in a classroom struggling with vision impairment, and how difficult that would be. She said she would understand how a...

 
 By Erin Tierney    News    December 27, 2018

Win a Window contest winners announced

The Creswell Chamber of Commerce's First Annual Win a Window contest left four residents with cheery smiles on their faces after their names were drawn on Dec. 17. The contest, new to Creswell, is a...

 

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