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Members of the 'Ukuladies and Gents' serenade Art Walk visitors with Hawaiian-inspired Christmas tunes Dec. 12.
Members of the 'Ukuladies and Gents' serenade Art Walk visitors with Hawaiian-inspired Christmas tunes Dec. 12.
Police K9 passes away

Police K9 passes away

Troll, who had 34 captures as a K9, died last week.

Journey of a Hero

Journey of a Hero

Julie Breninger, WWII veteran, receives honors

Parade, tuba concert begin

Parade, tuba concert begin

You've waited for the parade since December 2013. It's time.

Miller historic state run ends

Miller historic state run ends

Millers fall to Silverton to end unprecedented run

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Mixed, but overall positive outlook seen for economy At a Springfield Budget Committee work session Dec. 11, University of Oregon economics professor Tim Duy spoke at the school district admin building, outlining his views on current local economic trends. ... Full article
Springfield school district plans four upcoming community forums related to bond measure implementation.
Lifestyles - View All
I have been enjoying our balmy December so far...in contrast to last December's frigid weather. Even with the better weather I am seeing many folks in the (Natural Grocers) store for cold and flu remedies. Full article
I am often asked which are my favorite fermented foods, and what to do when you cannot tolerate, but miss dairy products...Why not try milk kefir?
Opinion - View All
When I was a little kid, I remember my grandmother singing a short but pertinent tune whenever someone was trying to get out of doing work. Full article
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 ...
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On Thursday, Dec. 11 at about 6:15 p.m., officers responded to a hit and run accident at the intersection of 54th & Main Street, leading to one man's death. Full article
Springfield police announced the capture and arrest of Jonathan Paul Folks, age 25, on a homicide charge at the Village Inn in Springfield.
Mohawk-area resident Chester Metz tries to encourage others with hopeful messages
Complaints of two individuals having sexual intercourse in front of the Springfield Jail led to their citation...
Oregon sets up website for marijuana law information
Business News - View All
One of Springfield’s most popular events returns Halloween night... Full article
When returning from service in the military, adjusting to the civilian workforce can present unique challenges both for job-seekers and their potential employers.
Clean Energy Works (CEW), an Oregon non-profit home performance provider, announced this month it would offer assistance for Springfield residents looking to decommission their old oil tanks.
As several new businesses recently opened in Springfield’s downtown center, another new business opened its doors May 19, this time along the busy roadway at Mohawk Boulevard.
Sport News - View All
Schedules and recent scores for local high school sports teams. Other results can be found on the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) website. THURSTON: Boys’ Basketball: Plays at Marist Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. Girls’ Basketball: Dec. 4 vs. ... Full article
Springfield’s football program rejoiced Friday, Oct. 17 as it finally beat a team that was a thorn in its side last season in a 37-26 victory.
Last year? The Lowell Red Devils’ football team isn’t talking about last year.
Back to school already? Almost. In weeks, local high schools begin the new school year, and with that, the 2014-15 football season.