Creswell to Host Water Rate Town Hall
CRESWELL, Ore. ? Creswell residents upset with a recent water rate increase are meeting before Monday night?s city council meeting. Last month, Creswell City Council unanimously voted to increase water rates by 4 percent starting next year. For instance, if you pay $55, your bill will go up $2.20. That?s not the only increase. The ? Continue reading »
Banners Honor Military Members
CRESWELL, Ore. ? Walk up and down Main Street in Creswell, and you?ll notice military banners hanging on the light posts. It?s the final product of a project city council has been working on for months to honor local service members. Creswell city councilors put up the military banners last month, and they say it ? Continue reading »
Vale Vikings tighten hold on top spot in Class 3A girls basketball coaches poll
Creswell makes move up one spot to No. 3
Mother who was found dead in river at Creswell Crags had ?severe? alcohol problems, inquest hears
The daughter of a Worksop woman who was found dead in a river at Creswell Crags told an inquest of the ?severe? problems her mother had with alcohol.
Jacksonville train garden on track to entertain
The fourth annual Train Garden now open at the Jacksonville Senior Center is on track to be the largest and most ambitious yet. Visitors can watch trains chug past miniature models of downtown Jacksonville, Monkton train station, Fort McHenry, Baltimore's Washington Monument, Ocean City,...
Santa welcomes you to his cool grotto at Creswell Crags
Join Santa in his cosy Ice Age Grotto at Creswell Crags this weekend where he?ll be waiting to hear all your Christmas wishes.
Caddo superintendent's $108M reinvestment plan includes closing 6 schools
Caddo Parish Schools Superintendent Lamar Goree has announced a $108 million plan to reinvest in the district's schools, but it also includes the closure of 6 of them.
Chefs reveal their top tips for nailing Christmas
Pressure. Expectation. Family. For people hosting Christmas lunch or dinner it's a yuletide cocktail that is not always sweet. Although many breathe a sigh of relief when Christmas Day passes, there are a few of us who have cracked (at least, the culinary) Christmas code. From accompaniments, mains and desserts to novel alcoholic punches, here are the insights gleaned from some people who, for ...
Football auction provides £2,500 boost for Oscar Hughes appeal
A CHARITY auction organised by former York City star Andy McMillan has raised £2,500 for the appeal in memory of York schoolboy Oscar Hughes.
Shooting in Shreveport leaves 2 injured including suspect
Shreveport police are investigating a shooting in the Allendale neighborhood.