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February 2013 - page 2

Oregon Women’s Track and Field Running Away From the Competition

The Oregon women’s indoor track and field team will be looking to cap an impressive season by winning their fourth consecutive indoor championship in a couple of weeks. Before the championships, however, the Ducks will look to add a few more runners at the UW Final Qualifier this weekend.

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Sheldon Irish Women Crush Barlow Bruins

The Sheldon Irish girl’s basketball team advanced to the next round of the OSAA 6A Girls Basketball State Championships, defeating the Barlow Bruins by a score of 80-34. Sheldon will now head to Beaverton to play the No. 2 seed, Beaverton.

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Ban teens under 18 from tanning beds? Oregon bill advances

A House committee on Health Care voted unanimously Wednesday in support of House Bill 2896. The legilsation that would bar anyone under 18 from using tanning beds.

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February 28 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: rain, hatchet robber convicted, Tuition Equity bill passes House, Lauren Hanson new Marist Soccer coach, OUS bond sale, Peter Hollens is a big deal?, Knife control legislation, Challengers to host Regionals

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Marist hires former Pilot

Former Oregon assistant women’s soccer coach Lauren Hanson has been named girls soccer coach at Marist. Hanson played for the University of Portland and helped the Pilots win the national title in 2002 before serving as an assistant in 2005 when Portland won the NCAA crown. She was a four-year …

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The rain and mild weather will continue for your Thursday.

_______________   Here is my new weekly weather quiz question. What is an “Omega High?” 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 post the correct answer will […]

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Hopped Up Eugene

Zwickelmania is a chance for the public to act like a brew master and get a taste in before the beer goes to market. Across Oregon events are held with special tastes, beer releases and plenty of craft beer to satisfy even the thirstiest fan.

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Wine Down Eugene

Although I’ll focus on wine in the bottom half of this weeks Wine Down Eugene, I’m going to focus on something a little different for the moment – an issue that is near and dear to my heart.

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OUS saves $26.5 million in State Treasury bond sale

Bond offered at a lower price than previously valued will be save the Oregon University System $26.5 million on capital projects, according to a press release by the Oregon State Treasury.  The OUS has been sold $249 million in general obligation bonds by the State Treasury. The sale is $26.5 million less than the bonds’ […]

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The rain chances will be increasing overnight tonight and will continue into the early part of the weekend.

_______________   Here is my new weekly weather quiz question. What is an “Omega High?” 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 post the correct answer will […]

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