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MYRTLE CREEK — Representatives from the city of Myrtle Creek, the Myrtle Creek-Tri City Area Chamber of Commerce and local businesses have been collaborating for the past eight months to reach a set of goals through the Rural Development Initiatives program.

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GLENDALE — The city of Glendale’s Waste Water Plant has been inundated by a surge of storm water, forcing the plant to bypass raw sewage and storm water directly into Cow Creek at approximately 1:30 p.m. Wednesday.

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WINSTON — The designing of Winston’s new police building is off to a start, since the Winston Urban Renewal Agency approved entering into a professional services agreement at its meeting Tuesday night.

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TRI CITY — Covered with colorful holiday lights, about 45 festive trucks, buses and fire engines made their way along the 5-mile route from D.R. Johnson Lumber Co.’s lumberyard in Riddle along Pruner Road to downtown Myrtle Creek Saturday evening for the 23rd annual Timber Truckers Light Parade.

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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission denied the Jordan Cove Energy Project and Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline’s request for a rehearing Friday. This came nine months after the commission denied the companies’ applications to construct a liquefied natural gas pipeline and export terminal …

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WINSTON — Winston councilors at their meeting Monday night approved spending several thousand dollars on new equipment for the Green-Winston wastewater treatment facility.

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The Winston Core Project selected three additional directors to its board Tuesday — one of the final steps to forming a community corporation in charge of transforming a blighted 2-acre parcel of land at the center of Winston into a shopping center.

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WINSTON — Unofficial vote results show Ken Barrett pulling ahead of Sandra Thorn in the race to be mayor of Winston. The latest results also indicate David Cunningham is leading the race for city councilor in Ward 2 ahead of incumbent Sandy Lipphardt.