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November 2012

Play suspended with Ducks hockey leading Huskies 3-2

With the Ducks leading 3-2 with 5:45 remaining in the third period, Oregon’s Garrett Roberts checked a Husky player into the far side boards causing one of the panes of glass to fall and break.  With no replacement on-site referees were forced to suspend the game until a repair can me made. The Ducks will finish the […]

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NCAA tournament: Alaina Bergsma leads the balanced Duck attack to advance to the second round

Matthew Knight Arena was packed with an attendance of 3,038 Friday night as the No. 5 Ducks took on Northern Colorado, the winner of the Big Sky Conference in the first round of NCAA tournament play. This was the first time since 1986 that Eugene has hosted the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament, […]

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We are in for another very wet weekend, but the temperatures will be comfortably mild.

________________   Here is my weekly weather quiz question. This is your last chance to win this week. Define a “fallstreak.” Please remember to post your answer as a comment by clicking on “no comments /comments” in the upper right hand portion of this page under the caption, then add your comment. The first person to […]

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Blazers’ rebuilding season suffers beat down in Boston

An aggressive Boston Celtics defense stymies the Blazers, who lose their fourth consecutive game.

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Courtside residents evacuated after apartment fire

Firetrucks arrived at the edge of campus Friday night in response to an apartment fire in the Courtside student apartment complex. At approximately 7 p.m., smoke alarms in the Villard Street complex were set off by a cooking fire in a fifth-floor apartment. Ashley Spann, a Courtside resident who called authorities, had just gotten to […]

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Newport schools sued over 6-year-old molester

A lawsuit filed against the Lincoln County School District and some Newport teachers accuses them of failing to prevent a 6-year-old boy from sexually assaulting other students and failing to…

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Portland Trail Blazers lose in blowout to Boston Celtics, 96-78 (photo essay)

Only two Blazers starters ended up scoring in double digits and the team shot under 35 percent from the field in a road game against the Celtics.

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Terry Stotts, Doc Rivers weigh in on NBA’s punishment for Spurs

The NBA handed out a $250,000 fine to the San Antonio Spurs for sending four of their starters home before facing the Miami Heat.

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Boston 96, Blazers 78: Starters struggle as Blazers suffer 4th straight defeat

Terry Stotts pulls the starters in the third quarter after a listless effort.

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Eugene Police sees jail bed closure impact as second released inmate re-arrested

As a second inmate who was released from the Lane County Jail on Thursday has been re-arrested, Eugene Police Chief Pete Kerns is now sounding off on the effect of…

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