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125 workers to be made redundant

The Saturday Morning Post, May 28th.

Tim Chuey Weather: A typical Holiday weekend in Western Oregon, one relatively dry day surrounded by wet days. Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and a slight (20%) chance of thunderstorms today and this evening, a good (50%) chance of showers late tonight, mostly cloudy with a slight (20%) chance of showers Sunday.

RV resort goes up for auction in Harrisburg – If you’re in the market for an RV resort and conference center with a 19 room hotel, you’re in luck.

Police: Pair stole from man with brain injury – Police say two Eugene residents who befriended a man who was hindered by brain damage proceeded to steal more than $15000 from him. – here’s hoping for a good case of resisting arrest when they are found. –ed.

Datalogic laying off workers The Eugene high-tech firm says it is shifting … – Eugene’s struggling recovery stumbled Friday when the high-tech firm Datalogic announced it will move much of its remaining local production work to Asia, resulting in about 125 layoffs over the coming six months.

Springfield Family’s Home Burns to the Ground – A Springfield man and his two children returned home Friday only to find their home was burned to the ground.

Model Airplane Fliers Compete in Eugene – This Memorial Day weekend, model airplane fliers will gather in Eugene to compete. The 40th Annual Northwest Control-Line Regionals is Friday-Sunday at the Eugene Airport.

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