April 17 – Morning Headlines

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Are Oregon rivers too hot for Salmon? The EPA is being tasked with finding out. (image cascwild.org)

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Are Oregon rivers too hot for Salmon? The EPA is being tasked with finding out. (image cascwild.org)
Are Oregon rivers too hot for Salmon? The EPA is being tasked with finding out. (image cascwild.org)
  • Leadership of Lane Metro Partnership is focus of dispute
    Lane Metro Partnership, the nonprofit agency that spearheads business recruitment in Lane County, is in turmoil amid efforts to oust the agency’s longtime executive director, Jack Roberts, and temporarily replace him with a Lane County government
  • Oregon unemployment at 8.2%
    State officials say Oregon’s unemployment rate inched downward to  8.2 percent last month.
  • Creswell shed fire under investigation

    Fire investigators are working to determine the cause of a Monday night blaze that destroyed a shed attached to a Creswell home. South Lane County Fire and Rescue crews responded to the fire at 33878 Walnut Lane at 9:50 p.m. Firefighte
  • Versatility will help Marist boys at state meet
    Liam Henshaw has proved himself to be one of the naton’s top decathletes in his high school class. Twin brothers Coleman and Kaelen Byrum will soon move on to that event as well. The versatility of those three, along with senior sprinter Colton B
  • Jessica Moore Named NFCA Division I Player of the Week
    Oregon softball’s Jessica Moore has earned quite the honors this week, being selected as the NFCA Player of the Week after her impressive efforts in the circle this past weekend. Aside from a perfect 2-0 record against the Wildcats, Moore closed out th
  • Propst Earns Player of the Week Honors
    Shannon Propst has been named the MPSF Offensive Player of the Week after her weekend efforts against Fresno State and St. Mary’s helped lead the Ducks to their first conference victories of the season. Propst tallied 14 points over the weekend on eigh

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