Easton Arts Council Presents Youth Painting & Framing Workshop

March is Youth Art Month and in preparation for this Celebration, the Easton Arts Council is again presenting The Annual Youth Framing Workshop and Art Show.

The Framing Workshop will take place on Saturday, Feb. 5, from 10 a.m. to noon in the community room of the library. Canvas Continue reading “Easton Arts Council Presents Youth Painting & Framing Workshop”

The Big Chill

Growing up in Easton and Redding during the 1950’s and 1960’s, we had a sense of security and optimism. During the decade between the conflicts in Korea and Vietnam, there was an extended period of peace where our parents were confident that their children would not need to take Continue reading “The Big Chill”

Library Talk and Screening with Son of Two Hollywood Film Legends Rescheduled

Peter McCrea, son of Hollywood film legends Joel McCrea and Frances Dee, will speak again at the Community Room of the Easton Public Library on Thursday, March 17 at 7 p.m. The talk was originally scheduled for January 11.

Each year since 2016, McCrea has treated us with colorful Continue reading “Library Talk and Screening with Son of Two Hollywood Film Legends Rescheduled”

Two-Hour Delay for ER9 Schools on Monday

Superintendent McKinnon sent the following announcement today about the start of ER9 schools on Monday, Jan. 3:

Dear Families, 

I hope this email finds you well. There will be a 2-hour delay to all schools tomorrow for students. Staff will report to work at their regular time. Continue reading “Two-Hour Delay for ER9 Schools on Monday”

Last Chance to Support the Courier in 2021

Dear Eastonites,

The nonprofit online Easton Courier newspaper launched on Leap Day, Feb. 29, 2020, and will soon publish its 2,000th article. We have become a trusted source for town news and have received multiple Excellence in Journalism awards from the Society of Professional Continue reading “Last Chance to Support the Courier in 2021”

Please Support the Courier

Dear Eastonites,

The nonprofit online Easton Courier newspaper launched on Leap Day, Feb. 29, 2020, and will soon publish its 2,000th article. We have become a trusted source for town news and have received multiple Excellence in Journalism awards from the Society of Professional Continue reading “Please Support the Courier”

Letter: Thank You From Easton PTO

To the Editor:

Easton PTO offers a big thank you to everyone in the community who participated in Light Up Easton 2021.

The second annual community-wide light tour offered a chance for people to register their homes to be included on the light tour map. For a donation to Easton Continue reading “Letter: Thank You From Easton PTO”

Sunday Nature Walk: The Controversies Behind the Snowy Owl

Every year, the quick change in temperature that occurs from November to December creates a frenzy for many different species. Mammals hastily fill their food caches, songbirds migrate south for the winter, and many reptiles and amphibians enter some form of hibernation or deep sleep. Continue reading “Sunday Nature Walk: The Controversies Behind the Snowy Owl”

ER9 Beefed Up School Security on Friday Amid Unconfirmed TikTok Threats

There was increased police surveillance on Friday at Easton, Redding and Region 9 schools following a viral TikTok post warning of school violence planned for across the nation.  

Superintendent Dr. Jason McKinnon said there was no evidence that the threats were credible, but there Continue reading “ER9 Beefed Up School Security on Friday Amid Unconfirmed TikTok Threats”

Dr. Steven Clapp: Inspirational Leader and Educator

As a parent of a Helen Keller Middle School (HKMS) student I had been curious about the new principal, Dr. Steven Clapp. I have been a technologist and strategist for Fortune 500 companies for over 25 years and am not that familiar with the academic world. I do know that the principal Continue reading “Dr. Steven Clapp: Inspirational Leader and Educator”

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