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We encourage you to check for regular updates & detailed information on the following websites… ▪ THE PRESIDENT’S GUIDELINES FOR AMERICA: www.whitehouse.gov ▪ CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL: www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov ▪ OREGON HEALTH AUTHORITY: www.healthoregon.org/coronavirus or call 2-1-1 ▪ LANE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH: Community Call Center 541-682-1380 or www.lanecountyor.gov/coronavirus ▪ For a snapshot of people affected … Read more COVID-19 Community Information
KNND is a country station with a difference because of our unique line-up of specialty shows produced and hosted by Grovers who have a passion for a particular music genre.
For any corrections, omissions or additions to this topical information, please send an email to email@example.com BUSINESS & ECONOMIC RELIEF Cottage Grove Area Chamber of Commerce: Provides support to local business owners by connecting them to state & federal programs to keep their business viable. Call 541.942.2411 or visit www.cgchamber.com Click here to learn more about … Read more COVID-19 Topical Information
REOPENING OREGON UPDATE (as of July 24) On June 5, Lane County entered Phase 2 of the Governor’s reopening process. Click on this link to view Governor Brown’s Framework for Reopening Oregon that outlines phases for safely restarting public life and business that are gradual, incremental and based on science and data. Throughout the reopening process, we … Read more ReOpening Oregon Update
To purchase an item call 541-942-2468. As of July 27… BOOKS ON MAIN – $20 Gift Certificate – 3 left @ $8 BOOKS ON MAIN – $10 Gift Certificate – 1 left @ $4 COTTAGE GROVE CLASSIC TAXI — $10 Gift Certificate – 12 left @ $4 (limit 2 per person) OREGON COAST AQUARIUM – … Read more Spring 2020 Alligator Auction Leftover Items
As this worldwide pandemic continues and we remain in a local, state and national state of emergency, we are relieved the death toll was much less than initially feared. This is due in large part because we obeyed the directions given by our elected and public health officials to stay home and save lives!