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March 2012

Ducks Sweep #14 ASU In Saturday Doubleheader

Courtesy: Oregon Sports Information
EUGENE, Ore. – For the first time in its all-time series history with Arizona State, No. 23 Oregon (17-8, 5-3) won its weekend series against the 14th-ranked Sun Devils (16-11, 3-5), taking the first two games at PK …

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Man assaulted in armed robbery attempt

A Eugene man was in the hospital Saturday night after being assaulted during an armed robbery attempt in the west University neighborhood, according to Eugene police. The man and two others were held up about 9 p.m. Saturday at an apartment complex nea…

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Beavers Split Doubleheader With Washington

Courtesy: OSU Sports Information
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Dan Child scattered six hits over eight innings and six players had two hits for the Beavers as the 22nd-ranked Oregon State baseball team took the second game of a doubleheader over Washington, 9-0, S…

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Lane County racing enthusiasts burn rubber in Eugene mall parking lot

With dryer months ahead, a Lane County group is hoping to bring the race-car driver out in everyone.

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My sincerest apologies for not updating my forecasts for the last couple of days. A neighbor’s tree was blown down cutting EWEB, Cable and Phone lines. They have now been restored.

_______________ _______________ No winner this week. Here is my new weekly weather quiz question for the last time. What is the “Urban Heat Island” effect?  The term “heat island effect” describes built up areas that are hotter than nearby rural areas. The annual mean air temperature of a city with 1 million people or more […]

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City of Eugene putting finishing touches on new website, 2 months from launch

After around two years in planning, design and development, the city of Eugene is just a few months away from launching a brand new website.

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Keudell shutout lifts Ducks past ASU

Alex Keudell threw a four-hit shutout as Oregon beat Arizona State, 1-0, in the opening game of a doubleheader Saturday at PK Park. Aaron Jones homered down the leftfield line with one out in the sixth inning for Oregon’s only run. Keudell (3-3) face…

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My sincerest apologies for not updating my forecasts for the last couple of days. A neighbor’s tree was blown down cutting EWEB, Cable and Phone lines. They have been restored. My updated forecasts will be posted as soon as possible.

Your Forecasts will be published shortly. Thanks for your patience.

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Police say drunk driver didn’t fool them

SPRINGFIELD — Intoxicated folks have surely tried all sorts of things to get out of being arrested for drunk driving, and even though what police say a Creswell man did Friday night is not all that unusual, it might seem so to the “normal person,

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An underage tale of sex and shock

It began three years ago with a frantic mother’s cry for help. The Eugene woman had worried about her daughter, “Sonya,” for months. Long a shy, pudgy girl whose social life revolved around her church youth group, her circle of friends had change…

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