Eugene Daily News
Archive for: April, 2012

The wet weather will continue for your Tuesday.

________________ It’s the beginning of a new week and that means a new quiz question. ________________ Here is my weather quiz question for this week. What is the “Wind Chill Factor (or effect) ?” Please remember to post your answer as a comment by clicking on “no comments /comments” in the upper right hand portion […]

Hermiston woman believed kidnapped is former Eugene resident

HERMISTON — Authorities in Northeast Oregon’s Umatilla County say a Hermiston woman missing since Thursday was kidnapped by her estranged boyfriend. Investigators with the sheriff’s office believe 26-year-old Melody Mickel, a former Eugene woman,…

Where Did The Week Go…

This week I preview the summer movie season with some big blockbusters and a few small films you should check out.

Just Hand It Over

The No. 10 Oregon Ducks swept the Cal Bears this past weekend behind another outstanding performance from an Oregon pitcher. Is it time to crown the Pac-12 Pitcher of the Year award? According to EDN’s Taylor Gelbrich, it is.

Security: ‘they’ll smash your window and take it’

A series of smash and grabs over the weekend has put security as the Lane Events Center into question.

Springfield sewer rates to rise

Like their Eugene counterparts, Springfield residents and businesses this summer will likely pay more in sewer and storm water fees. Sewer and storm water rates for commercial and residential customers would rise 4 percent in Springfield, effective Jul…

Churchill, Willamette high schools win major education revitalization grants

Churchill and Willamette high schools have emerged as big winners in the initial release of Career and Technical Education Revitalization grants established by the Legislature last year. Churchill High School will receive $424,766 to develop a STEM (sc…

Police searching for armed men in Glide

Students being kept at Glide schools who live on Little River Road, due to two armed men loose in the area. Police converged on the area a little before 3:00 p.m., after a report of a home invasion.

Oregon acrobatics and tumbling repeats as national champions

The Oregon acrobatics and tumbling team claimed their second straight National Collegiate Acrobatics and Tumbling Association National Championship this past weekend in Waco, Texas.

DUII Crash Sends Eugene Man to Hospital

ALBANY, Ore. — A drunk driving accident in Albany sent a Eugene man to the hospital Saturday night.
Officers say Seth Albert was riding his motorcycle when he ran a red light.
That’s when a 2000 Ford Excursion hit him.
None of the people inside were…

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