Eugene Daily News
Archive for: May, 2012

Oregon falls 3-1 to Arizona State in Women’s College World Series opener

The 11th-seeded Oregon softball team dropped its first game of the Women’s College World Series, 3-1, to Arizona State Thursday evening in Oklahoma City.

Just one more day of sunshine and mild temperatures, then it’s back to clouds and showers just in time for the “Pre Classic” on Saturday.

________________ Here is my weather quiz question for this week. Since the tropical storm season is about to officially start (this Friday June 1st) and we have already had a tropical disturbance that pushed into northern Florida I thought a hurricane question would be in order. What are the three main things needed to form […]

Lane County selling surplus property

Lane County is looking to sell some surplus property in the coming months that could generate thousands of dollars.

Thousands take part in tsunami drill in Coos Bay

Inspired by last year’s tsunami in Japan, several thousand people on the southern Oregon Coast took part in their first tsunami evacuation drill, stopping what they were doing and walking…

Angelica Swartout found Not Guilty

Angilca Swartout found not guilty in the second trial for a Springfield woman accused of killing her newborn son.

With Two Picks in the Top 12, Blazers Look Towards Future

The Blazers anxiously waited to see where their two lottery picks would go. Find out where the Blazers landed, and what they might be doing with those picks.

Wine Down Eugene

Ahhhhh…summer is just about here, and there are going to be plenty of sunshiny days where I’ll be kicking off my shoes, putting up my feet and enjoying the outdoors while sipping the fine wines of Oregon.

Lochmead Farms dishes out free milk in Springfield

An effort from a Lane County dairy farm on Thursday to give back to the community while offloading gallons of surplus milk.

Eugene Municipal Court moving out of City Hall

After decades in the downtown core, Eugene’s Municipal Court is packing up and leaving City Hall for a new location.

Whooping cough cases surge in Oregon

Another 145 cases of whooping cough were reported in the past month in Oregon, bringing the total for the year to more than 290. That’s triple the number at this…

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