Eugene Daily News
Archive for: March, 2011

March 31 – Evening Update

Tim Chuey: Dry tonight and Friday, mile tax electric cars, Judge says not so fast, I-105 closure

A Perfect Pairing: Pinot & Panini

Located on Main Street in downtown Springfield, The Washburne Cafe’s historic yellow building, arched doorway and big picture windows invite you in, the wood floors, exposed brick walls, and high ceilings will enticed you to order up and stay a while.

Recycling the Planet, one bulb at a time.

Recently, my 4th grader brought home a report from school about saving energy. It talked at length about the benefits of switching from incandescent to fluorescent lighting. I remember seeing some articles awhile ago about fluorescent bulb recycling in Eugene/Springfield, but hadn’t thought much about it since. That is, until now.

March 31 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: wet start-dry finish, public meetings, Lane County poor health, UO financing delay, ride free law, Civic Stadium reprieve, fee for out-of-towners, grocery workers rally.

March 30 – Evening Update

Tim Chuey: slight chance of rain, groper surrenders teaching license, Tjoelker tased, patrol car fire, radiation found in milk, state may make investments, bay bridge closure, bike lanes on the gut….

New Releases on DVD/Blu Ray

it’s mid-week and Toomb’s New DVD/Blu Rays are here!

“Sucker Punch” Delivers the Final Blow

Zach Snyder takes us on a wild ride in ‘Sucker Punch,’ and love it or hate it, it’s an amazing experience.

Baby get your boots on

In thumbing through my untouched copy of the Eugene Chamber of Commerce “Open for Business” an ad caught my eye. It posed the question: “What happens when you bring bankers, punk bands, ballerinas, lawyers, DJ’s, opera singers and poets together in one place? – find out April 2011.” Hey, its the internet, lets not wait till April.

March 30 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: some rain-some clearing, Borstelmann pleads guilty, state finance board proposal, state budget proposal link, the dogcatcher cometh, Zelenka has a plan

March 29 – Evening Update

Tim Chuey – its 50/50 tomorrow, Rainbow optics now a parking garage, Target-ing you with fresh produce, illegal immigrants granted in-state tuition, woman escapes RV fire, pot bust linked to Eugene, legalize pot rally, budget cut rally, HP fined for asbestos hazard.

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