April 12 – Morning Headlines


Headlines for a drier Tuesday:

Centro Latino Americano loses county funding
With the latest round of county budget cuts, one non-profit will be cutting back services for 8,000 Spanish speakers. What does it mean for the county’s growing Latino population?
Man running from a bar patron crashes van into the Eugene bar
Eugene police are searching for a hit and run driver who crashed his van into the back patio of the Side Pocket Tavern. – would that be considered a combination? –ed.
Forged $100 bills lead to arrest of men
Three Eugene men are accused of scheming to pass counterfeit $100 bills at a Target store in Springfield’s Gateway Mall. Springfield police arrested the trio on Saturday night.
‘Suicide kit’ bill gets hearing
A bill that would make it illegal to “sell or transfer any substance or object to another person with the intent that the other person use the substance or object to commit suicide” had a public hearing before the state Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday
Edgar Peara receives Award
83 old Mr. Peara will receive the French Legion of Honor during a ceremony at Eugene City Hall Thursday.

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