• JIM SIEGEL For The News-Review
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The Canyonville Area Chamber of Commerce would like to thank all of the local citizens, businesses and organizations that made for a joyful and blessed holiday season. Some of these holiday activities included the Canyonville Lion’s Club putting together and distributing 36 food baskets the …

  • DAWN RUSS For The News-Review
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Well, the holiday season is over, and what an exciting and eventful season it was. Glendale was full of events happening around the city. It all started with the annual pie auction. It was a great success, put on by the Cow Creek Valley Community Association, in which the proceeds go to the …

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MYRTLE CREEK— On the first day of the new year, Susan and Harry Harris of Myrtle Creek officially became the new owners of The Happy Donut off exit 103 of Interstate 5 in the Myrtle Creek-Tri City area.

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  • JANE MITCHELL For The News-Review
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The lights are on in Riddle. Christmas lights, that is. Thank you, Riddle Fire Department. Our town is beautifully decorated. If you get a chance to visit, make sure to hit all the streets, as they are quite festive. The lights were a brilliant backdrop for the Timber Truckers Light Parade, …

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MYRTLE CREEK — Wine enthusiasts strolled down Main Street past trees bedecked with gold lights to visit the businesses in Myrtle Creek. The November evening air was crisp and clear, the local shops warm and inviting.

  • PAULETTE JONES For The News-Review
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Did you know that in the Myrtle Creek-Tri City Area we have more than 42 annual events? Since there are only 52 weeks in a year, that is almost one event each week. In a community of roughly 7,500 people, that is outstanding. The volunteer base here is amazing. With the number of organizatio…

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MYRTLE CREEK— Peering through the window of 213 Main St. in Myrtle Creek, shoppers will find everything from a wooden wishing well and end tables to ornaments, canned jams, paintings and soaps.

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The city of Winston is continuing to see significant improvements to the visual appeal of its businesses, parks and downtown. If you’ve driven through Winston recently, you probably noticed the construction around Khayam the cheetah, the famous bronze statue that marks the middle of downtown…

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Morningstar Coffee House plans to host Coffee with a Cop from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Nov. 8 at 140 Molly St., Glendale. Community members will join local law enforcement officers for coffee and conversation. Information: 541-440-4486.