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'Not just for Seniors' South Lane Wheels for everyone

Modified: Wednesday, Nov 30th, 2016
Speak with just about anyone who helps provide or utilizes the services of Cottage Grove-based South Lane Wheels, and they'll tell you the same thing: Though seniors make up a large portion of the public transportation system's ridership, advocates of the system -- from its executive director to its frequent riders -- point out that a ride on its buses

Council supports tiny houses, sets pot tax, talks safe routes to school

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 29th, 2016
The Cottage Grove City Council approved a resolution to set a three-percent tax on purchases of recreational marijuana of three percent on Monday evening. An ordinance of an intergovernmental agreement to bring in the state's Department of Revenue to collect the tax was also discussed.
Citizens voted to allow the City Council to set a tax of up to

Ewing honored on eve of retirement

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 22nd, 2016
Cottage Grove High School students and staff had the opportunity to recognize and thank one of the long-standing staff members from the high school office. Athletic secretary Pam Ewing was given a standing ovation from over 800 students and dozens of faculty in the high school gym on Friday.
Ewing plans on retiring come December, making it nearly 20

Turkey Drop date changed to Dec. 3

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 22nd, 2016
This time around, plans do not call for any live turkeys to be harmed.
Such was not the case with Cottage Grove's original Turkey Drop on Main Street, an event depicted in the films of Crip Morelock, owner of the Diane and Arcade Theatres in the 1930s. Morelock's films, featured in "Cottage Grove -- Snapshot in Time," show live

Class makes learning a family affair

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 22nd, 2016
Learning knows no age boundary at Cottage Grove's family resource center, where a class for those learning English as their second language often educates parents right alongside their children.
On Friday mornings, the center, also known as Peggy's Primary Connection, hosts a class for English Language Learners that caters to preschool-aged children. The class can serve any incoming student

Council votes to extend EBID, end garbage agreement

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 22nd, 2016
At its most recent meeting, the Cottage Grove City Council authorized City Manager Richard Meyers to break an intergovernmental agreement related to the City's garbage service.
Meyers told the Council that the agreement had been in place since 2000, an agreement that allowed Lane County to implement and collect a Solid Waste System Benefit Fee from the Cottage Grove

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