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January 2013 - page 2

Sierra Club wins records ruling on Coos Bay coal export plans

COOS BAY — The Oregon chapter of The Sierra Club has won the latest round in its effort to get public records from the Port of Coos Bay about plans to export coal. The World newspaper ( ) reported Thursday that Circuit Judge Paula Bechtold has ruled the port …

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Deputies: Suspect crashes stolen RV through gate

Deputies said the Allegro RV was stolen from a storage facility on Highway 99 West near Amity on Wednesday and whoever was behind the wheel crashed the $116,000 RV through a gate to get out of the storage lot.

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Oregon confirms Scott Frost’s promotion to offensive coordinator

What has been widely believed since Chip Kelly left for Philadelphia is now official. The open offensive coordinator spot left when Mark Helfrich was promoted to head coach has been filled by former wide receivers coach Scott Frost. Helfrich’s first hire, Matt Lubick, will coach wide receivers, the same job he held at Duke. If Helfrich […]

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Chip Kelly’s playbook already making a splash in the NFL

Chip Kelly will get his shot to prove his worth in the NFL next year with the Philadelphia Eagles, but elements of Kelly’s success precede him. The driving force behind Oregon’s famously relentless offensive attack is the zone-read option. For a casual fan, the rushing scheme thrives on deception. The quarterback either gives or fakes […]

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Oregon Ducks get ready for the upcoming NFL Draft

Chip Kelly won’t be the only Duck moving to the NFL. A talented senior class — including Dion Jordan, Kyle Long and Kenjon Barner — has grabbed the attention of NFL scouts. Jordan is considered one of the best defensive end prospects in the draft and may even be a first-round pickup for the right […]

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Citizen Confrontation at City Council Meeting

The heat is turning up on Lane County. Attempts to prevent local activist Alley Valkyrie from attending County Commission meetings backfired on the 29th when Alley not only showed up, she spoke to their conduct directly and without restraint.

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Injuries on Oregon women’s basketball team tie two players together off court

It’s hard to remember back to Oregon’s first preseason game. Or its second. In those two late October games, the Oregon women’s basketball team outscored its opponents 223-140 on its way to two dominant victories. At that point, behind the starting back court of Laura Stanulis and Lexi Petersen, the Ducks had a bright season ahead […]

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