April 14 – Morning Headlines

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A young man's quick thinking saves friend with a severe allergy....triggered by nutella.

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A young man's quick thinking saves friend with a severe allergy....triggered by nutella.
A young man’s quick thinking saves friend with a severe allergy….triggered by nutella.
  • Trespasser reported in Tingle Hall
    A Campus Crime Alert went out to all University of Oregon students Saturday morning, reporting an unknown man was roaming around Tingle Hall in the Hamilton Complex. According to witnesses, the uninvited guess was looking into the shower area where a…
  • Boy’s reading skills save friend after bad allergic reaction 

    That day at lunch, Ransom’s friend, Sullivan Moore, also 7, thought another kid’s Nutella looked pretty good. So he ate some. The problem was Sullivan is really allergic to nuts
  • Ex-police auditor appeals court ruling
    A former Eugene deputy police auditor has appealed a decision by a federal judge rejecting claims that she was fired in retaliation for speaking out on what she saw as misconduct by her replacement and city police. Dawn Reynolds is asking the Ninth U.S
  • Ducks and Beavers are Dominating Pac-12 Baseball
    The No. 7 Oregon State Beavers (26-6, 8-2) and No. 9 Oregon Ducks (25-8, 10-3) baseball teams have silently dominated Pac-12 baseball thus far. At first and second place respectively in the conference, both of the Oregon schools are sitting in prime po 
  • Cobras duo shine at Roseburg

    Central Linn’s Trever Walker won the shot put and the discus at the 21-team Jim Robinson Roseburg Twilight track meet Saturday, including a winning shot put of 54 feet, 3 inches that is the third-best mark in the state, regardles 
  • Oregon Ducks WR Dwayne Stanford Will Have Surgery
    Oregon Ducks sophomore wide receiver Dwayne Stanford will reportedly undergo knee surgery after being confirmed by wide receiver’s coach Matt Lubick.
  • Fred Litzenberger Joins Northwest Christian Men’s Basketball Staff
    In the first executive move by new head men’s basketball coach Luke Jackson, NCU has announced the hiring of Fred Litzenberger as an assistant coach for the 2013-2014 season

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