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Veteran Upset Over Health Care


CRESWELL, Ore. — It’s a growing problem among veterans nationwide: access to health care. For one Creswell veteran, he says his wait could be a matter of life or death. Veteran Glenn Trump says he’s been waiting to get into a drug and alcohol treatment program through the Roseburg VA. But this week he was … Continue reading »

Creswell Council Will Vote on 3rd Deputy


CRESWELL, Ore. — The Creswell City Council will meet at 7:00 Monday to hear if community members would be willing to foot the bill for keeping the city’s third deputy in town. The city added the deputy last year after a spike in property crime in the area. Monday the city council will listen to … Continue reading »

Police Question Shooting Suspect


Update — Police were questioning the suspect as of 8 a.m. CRESWELL, Ore. — Police say a shooting suspect was barricaded inside a trailer on the corner of Nolan and Pearce in Creswell. Oregon State Police was on the scene with assault rifles around 7:30 a.m. Monday. It all started around 12:30 a.m. Monday near West … Continue reading »

Creswell Restaurant Reopening After Fire


CRESWELL, Ore. — Word is quickly spreading around Creswell that the bar at TJ’s is back open after a fire shut down the business for the last four months. In just a few weeks, the restaurant will be serving its popular dishes in the newly remodeled dining room. From a pile of ashes to a … Continue reading »

Creswell Mulls Over Keeping Deputy


CRESWELL, Ore. — After a spike in crime last year, the city of Creswell paid to bring a third deputy to town. Now the city council is deciding whether to keep him. The city council president says they’ll ask for the opinion of residents next month before a budget meeting in May. It would cost … Continue reading »

LCGG: Hidden Valley Golf Course


Hidden Valley cultivates an incredibly friendly and laid-back atmosphere in their clubhouse, and it’s a good thing they do. You’ll need to feel good about yourself going into an incredibly difficult first hole on what is a very challenging course. Regardless of how you play, you’ll see the same smiling faces as you leave, which should cheer you up in preparation for your next round.

June 26 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: wet start but drying out, Supreme Court ruling, NCAA ruling, attempted murder acquittal, crosswalk clampdown, canola bill, Delta/Beltline crash, Thurston traffic fatality , Ems lose it, more sports!

June 25 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: couple more days of rain, 67 days till football, Ems fall, 3 ducks earn national titles, hiker rescue, thief charged, approx. 13k unemployed in Lane County, carjacker sentenced, homicide suspect suicide

To My Surprise Groucho Marx Had It Wrong.


A famous quote from Groucho Marx was proven to be wrong when I first encountered the Eugene Downtown Lions Club. You'll be amazed to see the many ways the members help our community.

March 17 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: getting drier, jacknifed truck blocks Hwy 58, Creswell appoints temporary city manager, School Board candidates wanted, Dump Truck overturns on I-5, UO Tracktown Youth Clinic, community rallies for Girl Scouts, Napa winemaker buys 400 acres in Willamette Valley, UO Acrobatics & Tumbling win big, Russell least All Conference Honors, UO LaCrosse falls to Florida, UO BBall takes out USC, and Congratulations to the Ducks and Dana Altman on winning the Pac12 Championship.

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