July 5 – Morning Headlines
- Power from Dorena
After nearly a decade of planning, an energy company has begun building a powerhouse to generate electricity from water flowing at Dorena Dam southeast of Cottage Grove. The work began in late June and is expected to take a year. The …
- Oregon allows for medical marijuana deduction
Oregon social service officials are allowing certain food stamp applicants to deduct medical marijuana costs from their income when qualifying for benefits.
- Firefighters Rescue Horse from Well
A draft horse in Goshen is safe after falling into a well late Tuesday night. The Goshen Fire Department got the call around 8:00 pm that the horse, a 27-year-old mare named Katie-Sue, had fallen into the well. A veterinarian medicated ..
- Failed ballot measures coming back
The looming election season may seem familiar to anyone who has spent some time voting in Oregon. In the past three decades, voters have decided against legalizing marijuana, building a new casino near Portland and banning gill-net fishing on …
- City awaits applicants who want to serve Bethel’s Ward 6
West Eugene residents interested in serving on the City Council had better start rehearsing their pitch soon for the $14,520-per-year job. The City Council this fall will seek applicants to replace west Eugene Councilor Pat Farr, who is expected to bec…
- County service center complete
Lane County has finished moving an array of operations into its new $6.9 million customer service center at 3050 North Delta Highway. The final county government unit to move in was Animal Services, which began working out of the new building on July 1..
- Man files cannabis candy appeal
A man has come up with an unusual idea for a business.
- More Than 5,000 Runners Race in Butte to Butte
Thousands made their way to the start of an uphill battle Wednesday morning. This is the 39th year of the Butte to Butte and it’s the second largest race ever, with more than 5,000 participants. Whether it was a personal ..
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Tim Chuey Weather:
A high pressure ridge (“Arch” shape on brown line) is controlling our weather. It will be sending a little moisture our way forming some morning clouds that will burn off to sunshine. With the full “Thunder Moon” Tuesday we’ll have moon-bright nights for a while. The extended outlook is for even more sunshine and warmer Summertime temperatures.
Forecast for the Southern and lower Mid Willamette Valley including Eugene-Springfield and Albany-Corvallis: Mostly sunny and warmer today, mostly clear tonight, a mix of clouds and sun Friday AM, mostly sunny Friday afternoon, then mostly clear Friday night, partly cloudy Saturday AM, mostly sunny and warmer Saturday afternoon highs 79-86 lows 49-55. Mostly sunny Sunday and Monday, mostly clear at night, partly cloudy Tuesday and Tuesday night, then mostly sunny Wednesday highs 89-80 lows near 54. (seasonal averages high 80 low 51)
- Forecast for the Umpqua Basin including Roseburg
- Forecast for the South Oregon Coast including Coos Bay and North Bend
- Forecast for the Cascades of Lane County
Because weather forecasting is a combination of science, intuition, and timing there can be no absolute guarantees that individual forecasts will be 100% accurate. Nature is in a constant state of flux and sudden unexpected weather events can happen.
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