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By Erin Tierney
The Creswell Chronicle 

#XtheTXT campaign features local seniors

 

July 5, 2018

PHOTO PROVIDED/BRUCE BERG PHOTOGRAPHY

Creswell, Pleasant Hill and Cottage Grove seniors are featured on a billboard on N. 9th St. in Cottage Grove. The seniors are, from left, Zoey Minium of Cottage Grove; Izzy Ramirez of Creswell; Kailey Cummings of Cottage Grove; Hannah Bettis of Creswell; and Ashley Anderson of Pleasant Hill.

Offenses under the Oregon’s distracted driving law began counting toward elevated sanctions July 1. In the first offense, not contributing to a crash is a Class B violation with a fine up to $1,000. In a second offense, or first offense (if it contributed to a crash), is a Class A violation with a fine up to $2,500. A third offense in ten years is a Class B misdemeanor, with a fine up to $2,500 and potential for six months in jail.

Creswell, Pleasant Hill and Cottage Grove seniors are featured on a Cottage Grove billboard this summer, as they pair with a Spri...



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