April 26 – Morning Headlines

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As summer approaches, a new batch of River Guides are being trained. Catch part one of Dante Zuniga-West's 3 part series on becoming a Parks & Rec river guide.

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As summer approaches, a new batch of River Guides are being trained. Catch part one of Dante Zuniga-West's 3 part series on becoming a Parks & Rec river guide.
As summer approaches, a new batch of River Guides are being trained. Catch part one of Dante Zuniga-West’s 3 part series on becoming a Parks & Rec river guide.
  • One hospitalized after man bites man during Eugene fight
    A Springfield man was hospitalized yesterday after another man allegedly bit him during a fight outside a northwest Eugene home, Lane County sheriff’s officials said. The 40-year-old bite victim’s injuries are not believed to be life-thr
  • Sanipac union workers OK new 4-year contract
    A majority of union-represented workers at Sanipac approved a new four-year contract today, a union representative said. The new contract, retroactive to last July 1, means that the garbage hauling and recycling company and its employees have averted a
  • Bars with patios avoid time restriction
    The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has declined to adopt rules regulating how late bars and taverns can allow customers to drink on outdoor patios.
  • Old prescription drugs can be discarded at five Lane County locales on Saturday
    Those who have medicine cabinets filled with expired or unused prescription drugs will have a chance Saturday to clear the clutter and safely dispose of the drugs. Several reserve deputies from the Lane County Sheriff’s Office will be armed with
  • Fourth arrest made in Sweet Home kidnap case
    A fourth suspect is now in custody in connection with the alleged kidnapping of a 20-year-old woman last weekend in Sweet Home. Michell Dawn Slay, 25, turned herself in to authorities on Wednesday night, Linn County sheriff’s officials said. Slay
  • Boston marathoner to volunteer at Eugene Marathon
    A Roseburg man who completed the Boston Marathon merely a half hour before the explosions will be volunteering on Sunday for the Eugene Marathon
  • Three Ducks juggle rare role of Oregon sprint star and football player
    When you’re watching the Oregon spring football game on Saturday, pay close attention to three players attempting an extremely difficult juggling act. Besides taking care of their spring football duties, De’Anthony Thomas, Dior Mathis and B 
  • Diamond Ducks set to face Stanford ace Mark Appel on Friday
    On Friday, the Duck nine will line up against a two-time All-American pitcher, who was selected No. 8 in last year’s MLB draft, and who’s projected to go first off the board to the Houston Astros on June 6, as he chose to stay in school rather than sig
  • Dion Jordan Goes No. 3 to the Miami Dolphins
    Former Oregon Ducks defensive end/outside linebacker Dion Jordan did not have to wait long before hearing his name called in the NFL Draft. Jordan went as the No. 3 overall pick in the draft to the Miami Dolphins
  • Churchill Routes Marshfield, Back to Winning Ways
    The Churchill Lancers got back to their winning ways on Thursday, overpowering the Marshfield Pirates by a score of 17-4 in a shortened contest that was ended after five innings. Previously dropping five straight, the Lancers now have a 2-3 record in t

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