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October 2011

Tom Lindskog, left, said this was the second giant pumpkin he's carved

Jack-O-Lanterns on Broadway a Hit for Sheltercare

The homeless charity event, organized by ShelterCare, has increased its jack-o-lantern total every year.

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It dried out just in time for the kids to enjoy “Trick-or-Treating” and it will remain dry through early Wednesday, then we return to wet weather with a couple of short breaks.

________________ It’s time for my new weekly weather quiz question. Here it is. About 7,700 years ago Oregon’s 12,000 ft. tall Mt. Mazama erupted and its caldera collapsed. The caldera filled with water to become the second deepest (1,958 ft.) lake in North America. How long did it take to fill the caldera and form […]

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Cliff Harris, family may challenge one driving violation

While Duck fans patiently wait for the final decision surrounding junior Oregon cornerback Cliff Harris’ @@[email protected]@future on the team, his family in the meantime is looking to defend him against at least one of three citations he received last week on Oct. 24.

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The 30th Annual Mushroom Festival

Tucked away in the splendor of fall foliage and drooping moss, the 30th annual Mushroom Festival at Mount Pisgah Arboretum provided the quintessential fall experience in Lane County.

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Inside Outlaw: Jack-O-Lanterns on Broadway

Scottie Z heads down to the amazing Jack-O-Lanterns on Broadway display down at Kesey Square. This annual Halloween-based charity event is designed to help raise money for homeless services.

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Delma Kollar - 114yrs old - Creswell Oregon.

October 31 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: cooling down, Springfield fire, W11th crash, Camper warnings, Halloween weekend citations, Kilcullen memorial spruce up, Delma Kollar 114, Duck sports updates

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