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Spring is truly here as bright red/pink, vibrant flowers mark the corner of South A and 8th streets near the Springfield Times office on a sunny April 11.
Spring is truly here as bright red/pink, vibrant flowers mark the corner of South A and 8th streets near the Springfield Times office on a sunny April 11.
Regatta draws crowds to Lowell

Regatta draws crowds to Lowell

In a stroke of good luck, the sun shone all weekend during the 20th annual Covered Bridge ...

“Like walking into a 1938 radio studio”

“Like walking into a 1938 radio studio”

The golden age of radio was revived during Radio Redux’s production of “My Man Godfrey”...

Museum showcases Ken Kesey

Museum showcases Ken Kesey

by Christopher Keizur, UO Journalism intern On Friday night, the Springfield Museum hosted the opening reception for ...

Story of Marie Antoinette inspires dance team

Story of Marie Antoinette inspires dance team

One local student earned scholarship honors as the Thurston cabaret ensemble performed at the OSAA Dance and ...

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School News - View All
Youth from grades six through eight put their gray matter to the test on Wednesday, April 2 for the 20th annual Brain Bowl hosted by the Springfield School District #19. Full article
THURSTON: Baseball: The Colts won their first game of the season 12-1 on March 17, but faced a setback in a high-scoring loss to Crater 15-10 on Wednesday, March 19, according to thurstonathletics.org. On March 21, they played Grants ...
Lifestyles - View All
A common joke posed by some folks as they age is that they check the obituaries daily to make sure they are not listed. On a more serious note, many of the death notices in our newspapers list cancer ... Full article
Even though the spring rains are continuing, I am already hearing from people experiencing allergy symptoms…and we haven't even started haying season!
Opinion - View All
an opinion by Daniel Wolfe Too many bowls? To my way of thinking, the answer is clearly yes. When I was growing up there were only five. They were the Rose, Orange, Sugar, Gator, and Cotton, and they were ... Full article
It’s hard for me to believe that this week marks the fifth anniversary of the Springfield Times. It seems like yesterday when we couldn’t wait to unveil Springfield’s latest rendition of a community newspaper. It was tough sledding the ...
News - View All
Please come and say thank you to our Police and Fire personnel who spend every day protecting us and our families. Full article
Current and former employees, families, students, and friends of Springfield School District 19 are invited to a fundraiser on Monday, April 14..
Springfield resident Ruth Morris was one of those three recognized in a ceremony Friday, March 7 for her work in advocating for people with disabilities.
A Springfield man suspected of shooting and killing a man during a reported road rage incident in January was arrested on a murder charge Thursday, March 6.
Lane County Commissioners announced last Thursday their choice to fill the role of county administrator, following several days of interviews and lengthy discussion. Steve Mokrohisky, age 36, currently serves as county manager for Douglas County, Nev., where he’s worked ...
Business News - View All
Ceilings may be an afterthought for many builders, but for one Springfield company, they are the top priority. Full article
Springfield city councilors and the Lane County Board of Commissioners met Monday, Nov. 18 to discuss proposed changes to the Glenwood Phase I refinement plan, in response to a Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA) remand.
Last week the Eugene Register-Guard announced it was ceasing publication of the Springfield Extra effective Oct. 10. I do need to inform readers of the Springfield Times that we are not going away; we are here to stay!
The new EuGenius indoor market at Gateway Mall is no longer quite so new.
Sport News - View All
After just three years wrestling at Springfield, one local athlete has earned the chance to compete in a global meet in New Zealand this summer in a new category. Full article
The Springfield Millers met Putnam Kingsmen in its third and final game of the Barbers’ Classic Tournament.
The Miller boys’ basketball team has seen its share of heartbreaking losses, and elating wins, by fewer than five points all year long.
by Tom Page for the Springfield Times Girls team defeats Crow Lowell High School girls survived a Crow three-point shooting barrage in the first half and handed the Cougars a 60-42 setback. In turn, Lowell earned the Mountain West ...