- Suspicious fire hits Eugene restaurant
The alarm was turned in about 5 o’clock Wednesday morning when flames were seen flames were seen coming from the wall and roof at the back of the Ta Ra…
- Controversial affordable-housing project delayed
Construction of Bascom Village apartments, the affordable-housing project in northeast Eugene that riled nearby residents, will not begin next spring as originally planned. The housing project’s co-developer, St. Vincent de Paul of Lane County, in Ju…
- Man charged in Eugene post office bomb threat
Federal prosecutors have charged a man accused of phoning in a threat to bomb a post office in Eugene in November 2010.
- Kidnapping charge reduced
A Florence man no longer faces kidnapping charges for taking an 11-year-old girl from Junction City to Florence earlier this month after the youngster had fooled him into believing she was 19, police said. A Lane County grand jury this week indicted Mi…
- Lane County Fair making the jump to July
Corn dogs and elephant’s ears will be served up a bit early next summer when the Lane County Fair moves to late July from its longtime August run. The 2013 county fair will run July 23-28, three weeks earlier than its traditional dates. The new dates…
- Eugene 4J Board plans changes for new 2012-13 school year
While it’s back to school time for kids and teachers, the decision makers for the Eugene 4J school district, the school’s board is also getting back to work with new…
- Eugene Spay & Neuter Clinic remains open, unaffected despite LCAS changes
With more than three decades of helping people’s pets, the “Eugene Spay and Neuter Clinic” is now fighting one of its biggest battles as dozens of people believe the clinic…
- Emeralds Defeat Indians 8-2, Remain Half-Game Up on Canadians
The Eugene Emeralds (46-28, 22-15 second half), beat the Spokane Indians (27-47, 15-21 second half) 8-2 Wednesday night at PK Park behind some early offense and a strong performance from starting pitcher Tayron Guerrero.
- Sheldon Football Team Appears Poised for Another Great Season
After going 13-1 last year and falling just short of a state championship (the one loss being a 47-14 defeat in the championship game at the hands of the Lake Oswego Lakers), the Sheldon High Irish said goodbye to several key starters, including quarte
- Kenjon Barner: Oregon’s new top back is bold, better and ready to be The Guy
You’re in line for a promotion. It’s a real high-profile, punishing job as the face of an organization with national influence and interest. Oh, and the turnover rate’s pretty high. Also, I forgot to mention — the guy you’re r…
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Tim Chuey Weather:
If you liked the weather Wednesday you will like today’s weather. I’m still liking the weather for the long Labor Day Holiday weekend. Partly cloudy skies, pleasant temperatures, and dry spell great holiday fun.
Forecast: Sunny today
An upper level low (“U” shape in blue arrows shaded in grey) has moved through the Pacific Northwest and another one is sliding down Western British Columbia toward us. A frontal system will fall apart as it moves into Oregon today with yet not much effect. I still feel the Labor Day Holiday weekend will be pretty good. The temperatures won’t be summer hot, but rather average for the time of the year, but it will be dry. A weak frontal system will try to move through Oregon Monday with not much effect once again.
- 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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