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Archive for: December, 2012

Seismic shift in NFL coaching positions leaves Kelly unrattled

On a day seven NFL head coaching positions opened up, including a couple that Oregon coach Chip Kelly has been linked to already, Kelly said Monday he remains solely focused on the Fiesta Bowl. Among the seven teams that fired head coaches Monday were the Philadelphia Eagles, the Cleveland Browns …

We are starting to dry out and there is some sunshine in my forecast.

________________   It’s Monday and that means it’s time for a new weekly weather quiz question. Here it is. What is ANOMALOUS PROPAGATION  or (AP) for short? (And no, it’s not a rare disease) Please remember to post your answer as a comment by clicking on “no comments /comments” in the upper right hand portion of […]

Connor Bambico Records 125th Game With Generals

Eugene General’s Connor Bambico will be playing his 125th game tonight. It has been a journey for Bambico, but he still has plenty of games left to contribute to the Generals.

Oregon Media Day Quotes

The final day of 2012 marked the official Tostitos Fiesta Bowl media day for both teams with all players and coaches in attendance. Select quotes from the morning’s interviews are below.

Emory leads Oregon over Nevada 56-43

Carlos Emory and Tony Woods had 13 points each for Oregon, which will take a perfect home record into the new year following a 56-43 win against Nevada on Monday…

UPDATE: Victim and suspect identified in hit-and-run near Cottage Grove

Oregon State Police troopers from the Springfield Area Command are continuing the investigation into a Monday afternoon fatal hit and run crash on London Road south of Cottage Grove.

Missing Springfield couple found

Juanita and Leslie McAdams were last seen Friday before being found Monday afternoon.

Federally qualified health center still considered for Florence

Warming centers open as temperatures fall below freezing

With the temperature forecast to bottom out in the upper 20s overnight, the Egan Warming Centers will open to house people living on the streets.

No. 1 ranked UConn proves why they are the best against the Ducks

The newly No. 1 ranked UConn Huskies came to town and for 40 minuets they made it their own. In a season record crowd of 4052 the Huskies dominated both ends of the floor and showed no signs of allowing the Ducks to make it a game. But the Ducks managed to find positives and […]

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