April 30 – Morning Headlines

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Morning Headlines

Sunny and warm in the forecast.  Check out Tim Chuey's Weather or Not column yet?  Click the picture.
Sunny and warm in the forecast. Check out Tim Chuey’s Weather or Not column yet? Click the picture.
  • Oregon lawmakers OK bill cracking down on protests against logging
    A pair of bills aimed at curtailing protests by environmental activists that disrupt logging projects in state-owned forests was comfortably approved today by the Oregon House. House Bill 2595 would create a new “interference” crime which w 
  • Arson suspect released
    A man accused of trying to torch an apartment and then crashing his car while fleeing the scene drunk was released from jail Sunday due to lack of space. Matthew Scott Devinney, 28, of Eugene was being held on charges of attempted first-degree arson, m
  • Plastic bag ban takes effect Wednesday
    Paper or plastic? Soon, you won’t have that option. The bag ban officially goes into effect Wednesday, May 1.
  • Eugene police officer earns statewide kudos for DUII enforcement
    Eugene Police Officer Ryan Stone has been named 2012 DUII enforcement officer of the year at the DUII Multi-Disciplinary Impaired Driving Training Conference held this past weekend in Bend, the Eugene Police Department announced today. In 2012, Stone a 
  • Springfield School Board offers top job to Minnesota educator
    The Springfield School Board is in negotiations with Minnesota educator Hertica Martin to replace retiring Superintendent Nancy Golden. The board hopes Martin, currently the executive director for elementary education in Rochester Public Schools, will
  • Suspicious object closes rest area
    A container used for the game of geocaching caused the closure of a freeway rest area Sunday when it was reported as a suspicious object. The container, an ammo can, was in a tree at the Gettings Creek Rest Area 14 miles south of Eugene. A person conce
  • Students ‘crowdfund’ bike racks for school
    Students at Sheldon High School turned to the Internet in an attempt to raise money to replace the school’s bicycle racks

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