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The Myrtle Creek-Tri City Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking a contract bookkeeper to replace Barb Ellard, who resigned recently after serving for almost one year. This is a paid position with the chamber that requires knowledge of basic bookkeeping practices and, except for attending an oc…

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This weekend we held our 60th Annual Citizen of the Year Banquet. Our Diamond Anniversary! Our theme this year was 60 years of Community Service and we invited all local community organizations to take a panel in our local Elks Lodge and decorate it with their accomplishments. It was a fanta…

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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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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.

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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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A Myrtle Creek Economic Vitality Roadmap meeting is slated for 6 p.m. Thursday at City Hall, 207 NW Pleasant St., Myrtle Creek.

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I am always excited to share my “smaller” community with my “larger” community. In my work with many communities, I have learned that we all have a different idea of community. Some of us think in terms of our neighborhood, town, county or state. I am not sure what has divided some of our sm…