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Archive for: April, 2013

Oregon baseball sneaks past Seattle despite three errors

Oregon broke past a pesky Seattle team in an 12-7 road victory Tuesday night with help from freshman Mitchell Tolman who had a career night. Tolman hit 3-4, driving in seven runs. The seven RBI were the most in a single game by a Duck since the talented Jack Marder drove in eight in the […]

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Mystery Safe opened, and they found….

As cars trickled into the RV Corral lot to see Roosevelt Middle School’s Mystery Safe cracked, it was clear that many Eugene residents felt whatever was found inside the safe Tuesday evening was worth waiting for.

Oregon men’s golf in sixth after day two of Pac-12 Championships

The Pac-12 Championships continued today for the men’s golf team. The Ducks were led in the third round today by freshman Sulman Raza, who shot 70 (E). With Raza’s performance, the Ducks were able to move up three sports in the competition and finish the day in sixth place going into the final round tomorrow. […]

Fire destroys Coos County home

Fire crews battled a fire on East Bay Road Tuesday evening, that had people scrambling to save possessions.

You’ll see plenty of sunshine as this week continues.

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Eugene woman invited to White House celebration

Founder of Stove Team International recognized by President Obama

Ex-councilman sentenced for sex abuse in Corvallis

A former Klamath Falls city councilman who was accused of groping a 5-year-old boy in Corvallis has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor sexual abuse.

Police tentatively ID female homicide victim near Reedsport, interview suspect

REEDSPORT — Investigators have tentatively identified the female victim of a suspected homicide at the Winchester Wayfinding Point located along Highway 101 about three miles south of Reedsport. Officials said they are awaiting confirmation as to her identity from the Oregon State Medical Examiner’s Office, with an autopsy scheduled for …

Police seek help in locating 76-year-old Springfield man

SPRINGFIELD — Police are seeking the public’s help in locating a 76-year-old Springfield man who has been missing since late Sunday night. Carl Lynn Smith was reported missing, from his residence on South 35th Street, by his wife, who told police that Smith is suffering from the onset of dementia. …




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