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She's proud to complete the Mustdash (a.k.a. Must Dash) 1K Feb. 20 at Dorris Ranch.
(Photo by Tash Kimmell) She's proud to complete the Mustdash (a.k.a. Must Dash) 1K Feb. 20 at Dorris Ranch.
Roadster show revs up Springfield

Roadster show revs up Springfield

Roadster Show returns to Willamalane Center

“Losing” a bet, and beards

“Losing” a bet, and beards

Student GPAs skyrocket at WLA

Think beyond ‘tree-topping,’ ODF says

Think beyond ‘tree-topping,’ ODF says

Topping trees can cause damage, but alternatives exist

Turn of a Centenarian

Turn of a Centenarian

Turner started playing violin at 92 years young


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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.


Love and dark chocolate – both with health benefits Full article

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 …



Our humor columnist talks about a new gig Full article

A new word is invented: “Narcastic”



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You can drop-off unused prescription meds at listed locations April 30 Full article

Local voters’ pamphlet is now online, city announces

Springfield to host forum for candidates May 3

Man turns in bottles for Keno ticket, ends up big winner


Council learns more on proposal for transportation services Full article

Local retired Lane Community College director imparts job-search tips

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.




THS boys, girls win vs. S. Medford Full article

Pleasant Hill track gets wins in Junction City

Springfield youth wins Compulsory Gymnast of the Year

Introducing Springfield’s newest historic athletes