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Opinion: Feeling the Heat Upriver

A little over 3 years ago, I moved up the Row River from the town of Cottage Grove. With my attention on other matters regarding a shift to country living, I neglected to pay attention to the detail of fire response in the area.

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$1.1 million in American Rescue Plan Funds to Boost Tourism in Cottage Grove

The Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding a $1.1 million grant to the Bohemia Foundation to support the growth of the local tourism sector by making parks improvements in Cottage Grove.

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Creswell plans OR-99 Front Street closure, detours Oct. 7-11

Detour routes have been posted on the City of Creswell’s website for upcoming Front Street improvements on OR-99.

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Cottage Grove Sentinel turns 113

How the ‘live wire’ newspaper began and the history of its fiery creator.

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Grandparents Day 2022

A living history's road to becoming a national holiday

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A smoke intrusion will worsen air quality overnight Sept. 8

Sept. 8, 2022 — LRAPA issues an air quality advisory through Saturday

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Back to School Brigade

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Local and state election deadline expires for officials and measures

Sept. 7, 2022 — Still time to register to vote in November 2022 General Election

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Trials and hardships of our early pioneers

Robert Alexander was born in Caldwell County, Ky., in 1806. He married Sarah Martin, born on Oct. 6, 1811, in Green County, Ohio, on Nov. 13, 1828, in Sangamon County, Illinois. On the 1850 census, Robert, Sarah and nine children were enumerated in Sangamon County, with Robert as a farmer. He was also believed to be a homeopathic physician.

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Community repairs and additions take center stage with Cottage Grove Council

The Cottage Grove City Council held a meeting on Aug. 22, with all councilors in attendance. Item 8B on the agenda was a Housing Development Cost Assistance (HDCA) Request by City Manager Richard Meyers, who reminded the councilors that in 2020, they adopted the HDCA program, where the city can pull funds from building permits and System Development Charges into a trust fund for non-profits or government agencies, to build low-income housing.

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Governor declares emergency over wildfire threat

Aug. 30, 2022 —

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W.O.E. ‘wows’ with 90th celebration

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CG Emergency Preparedness Fair

August 6 was the CG Emergency Preparedness Fair

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Kudos to local Veterans of Foreign Wars

Veterans show appreciation for expressions of patriotism.

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Oregonians urged to take caution to prevent spread of hMPXV

Aug. 10, 2022 —

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Coalitions receive funding to tackle local challenges Pt. 2

Samantha Duncan, an administrator with Be Your Best – Cottage Grove, recently sat for an interview the Sentinel

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Local Renaissance man resurrects 'Wisdom Seekers'

Kilston is an ideal candidate to mediate a group created to foster Socratic debate.

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Lane County Public Health recommends indoor masking for all community members as of July 13

LCPH is recommending all community members in Lane County mask up in indoor spaces.

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New CG city ordinance could mean relief for area homeless

New state laws give Oregon communities homelessness response options.

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After two-year pause, Creswell's July 4 parade returns

Nearly 100 parade entries showcase South Lane patriotism

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Nuggets of History OLPH Catholic Church - Part I

Last Sunday, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church observed its 125th anniversary.

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A ‘Long’ legacy memorialized at Cottage Theatre

Family and friends turned out last week to honor local educator, actor and Kiwanian Frank Long as an engraved bench was dedicated to the late community member at Cottage Theatre in an intimate ceremony.

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Memorial Day Celebration 2017