Life In LC

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May 2011

Operation Touch of Home

May 31 – Evening Update

Tim Chuey: Rrrain, Vilsack rule stands, Quilters for Soldiers, Duii’s up this year, Senate Bill 424, carpool campaign challenge, accused murderer seeks release till trial, 4j contract negotiations…

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Redefining Eugene’s Boundaries

This year, the Eugene City Council will redraw (redistrict) the existing eight city ward boundaries that are used to elect local City Councilors and Eugene…

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Memorial Day

Memorial Day Headlines

Tim Chuey: some clearing, boating fines, St. Vincents laundromat, flyover wreck, delivery boy saves house, Marine Corps Tribute, Skype as birthing tool, Lane County Gov endangered, 5 injured in rollover, Wright details civic plan, Janitor jobs saved, texting punch out, victims rights ruling, execution stay battle…

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Barista Bluff Doesn’t Make it to Bank

Possibly the most sought after job in the food industry, coffee making is no longer the simple drip ritual we once watched our fathers do daily, standing in the kitchen bleary eyed and sleepy, watching the cone filter drip drip drip.

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Gas Prices for the Memorial Weekend

May 27 – Evening Update

Tim Chuey: Showers, Bethel cuts but no layoffs, stroller recall, Florence man assault, Horse virus spreads, BPA ban revived, AAA gas prices.

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The music is even better than the website.

Night on the Town – Friday

Spirits unfazed by todays unpredictable downpours, we suspect this is a good night to make sure you’ve got a designated driver, cab, or party bus to shuttle you safely around Eugene’s distributed party.

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