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Gateways High School students are building tiny house models in Holly Ellingson's class with the goal to build a real-life version to house someone in need.
Gateways High School students are building tiny house models in Holly Ellingson's class with the goal to build a real-life version to house someone in need.
CHETT aid program grows

CHETT aid program grows

Chester and Carolyn Martin recognized, with their dog "Lucky" in tow

Greg Mott recognized by city

Greg Mott recognized by city

Mott honored for 40 years in the city planning field

‘Mind the Gap’ dances for kids’ health

‘Mind the Gap’ dances for kids’ health

UO dance group fundraises for Miracle Network at Peacehealth

Gateways students building opportunities

Gateways students building opportunities

Gateways students model tiny homes

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School News - View All
Some talk about poverty with a faraway view, vaguely aware of the negative effects of recession and economic downturn. Full article
Springfield School District assistant-superintendent (at the time) Sue Rieke-Smith faced the necessity of suddenly filling in for the superintendent this past April, when Dr. Hertica Martin resigned.
Lifestyles - View All
One of the books that I often recommend is "Grain Brain" by David Perlmutter, MD, longtime practicing neurologist and author. I share this review, as the health challenges reaped from our over consumption of grains ... gluten free or ... Full article
Are you experiencing stuffed sinuses or congestion ... are these symptoms putting a damper on your holiday celebrations?
Opinion - View All
This week's letter promote a fundraiser at Dorris Ranch for orphaned and vulnerable children, and offer thanks for Jeremy Tolman's Medicare advice.
News - View All
The blaze is believed to have originated in a wall thermostat
The Lane County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to approve the creation of a new independent Performance Audit Committee on Tuesday, January 12. Three members of the public will make up the majority of the committee. Two commissioners will ...
By Darcy Wallace After a spate of burglaries at a Thurston-area Dutch Bros. coffee stand Dec. 10, 16 and 23, a similar incident Jan. 11 leaves police with questions. According to Springfield Police sergeant Rich Charboneau, the last five ...
John Lively sent out a newsletter on what he sees as the most pertinent issues facing the Oregon legislature.
Business News - View All
Local retired Lane Community College director imparts job-search tips Full article
The Gateway district in Springfield is undergoing a series of projects that is changing the look and impact of the area.
Small Business Saturday, Nov. 28, which follows the traditional Black Friday shopping day, has been designated as a day dedicated to celebrating small businesses across America.
By Darcy Wallace The “For Sale” on the old Springfield Cleaners building at the corner of 2nd and Main streets has come down. After more than 100 years in business, Springfield Cleaners closed up shop in February, and soon, ...
Sport News - View All
Colts fall to Roseburg, hope to turn it around vs. Sheldon Full article
Ducks are Top-25 after home sweep
Springfield will go to Churchill for a dual meet Feb. 10
Millers start 2016 on strong note
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