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Preparing for Wildfire

Even with the shift in weather, cooler temperatures, and the first rainfall of the season, wildfires are still burning across Lane County, and it is critical for residents to ensure their families and homes are as safe as possible.

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Conversations Between Community Leader

Through the years in working with the present city manager regarding the merger of the fire departments of Creswell, city of CG, and South Lane Rural, I found Richard to be very professional, matter of fact, and able to explain the difference between city responsibility and citizen responsibility. Through that process I found him to be quite helpful in ideas and suggestions.

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‘Holden’ On to a Christmas Miracle!

Archived photo of Mary Ellen and Nymbus wishing you a healthy holiday and a New Year filled with JOY.

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Cottage Grove Cares: Beds for Freezing Nights

In early November this year, after being on hiatus for two winters, city officials contacted BFN President Ruth Linoz about resuming the program. They explained the pallet shelters were now at the Highway 99 site and the former warming shelter site on 12th Street would be used as an overflow site for tent campers.

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Un-housed overflow tent camp filling up

As the City of Cottage Grove’s Community Coordinator for 17-years, Teresa Cowan says desperate people in crisis are calling and walking into the office every day. Many of them are local people who have fallen on hard times. She said when housing becomes available, the move-in fees are a huge barrier for most of them.

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A Community Call to Action

Thankfully, an organizational structure is now in place to better mobilize “Genuine Grovers” of all ages and give them specific opportunities to share their abundance with those who have very little. To inspire and motive us, I plan to spotlight Grovers’ acts of kindness each week in the Sentinel and T.E.A.M. Cottage Grove’s Around The Grove weekly newsletter.

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Sentinel to change publication date to Fridays

To better serve our community and deliver a more quality product, The Cottage Grove Sentinel is moving its publication day. Starting next week on Nov. 18, The Sentinel will be published on Fridays.

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Weyerhaeuser Strikers receive community support 

The potluck dinner on Saturday October 15th at Opal Whitely Park on 7th and Main St and was followed by a benefit concert with local musicians at the Axe and Fiddle, where nearly $900 was raised for the strikers. Jonah Melton, a member of the I.A.M.A.W. local 246 and machine operator at the Cottage Grove Weyerhaeuser plant reflected on the event, “having the community stand behind and support us while we stand the line in these difficult times is an endearing experience. I really appreciate everyone at the Axe and Fiddle for creating, hosting, and speaking on Saturday.”

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FEMA proposes updates to the flood maps for Central Lane County with open house

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is proposing updates to the flood maps for Central Lane County and will be hosting open houses with specialists who can answer floodplain questions for residents.

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The Relevance of Newspapers

Oct. 3, 2022 — National Newspaper Week 2022

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Pet tips 'n' Tales

This week's pet column

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Cat Calling

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Cottage Grove servicewoman gets promotion

Promotion for local service member

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Freeway Fred

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A word from the Editor

A word from the Editor

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Celebrate Mother's Day by giving.

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Offbeat Oregon History

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Offbeat Oregon History: When old Portland flooded

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Weekly pet column by Mary Ellen "AngelSribe"

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