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September 2013

Look for more rain for your Tuesday and again Wednesday. The sun will return to dry us out a bit Thursday through Saturday.

___________   Check out my latest Eugene Daily News Weather Or Not Column That Pioneer Spirit Still Lives Within Us. Where To Next? ________________   Here is my new weekly weather quiz question. What is the difference between the “Visible” satellite view and the “Enhanced Infrared” satellite view? Also, how does that difference help forecast the […]

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Federal government shuts down, first time in 17 years

A failure to pass a budget by midnight Monday resulted in a shutdown of the federal government, the first in 17 years. While most students receiving Pell Grants or federal student loans will be unaffected, as those programs are funded by multi-year appropriations, most federal employees who process those will have to go on furlough. […]

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Grocery to become “Walterville Market”

Walterville MarketWALTERVILLE: “This was an 11th hour save for our store,” according to Jerry Swartz, commenting on new ownership for the 13,000 square foot grocery in the Walterville Shopping Center. Only a month ago, the Brookings based C&K Market chain had announced plans to lock the doors to the store on September 8th, saying it wasn’t profitable. That deadline has passed without a shutdown, thanks to brothers Don and Lai Sidhu, who arranged to take over on September 23rd.

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Katy Knudsen is Oregon football’s first female equipment manager

Football has always played a significant role in Katie Knudsen’s life. From cheering at Hart High School in Newhall, Calif. to working as the equipment manager on the sideline, Katie and the game of football have been inseparable. Now a sophomore at Oregon, Knudsen has taken that love for the sport and elevated it to […]

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Elliot Williams

Portland Trail Blazers UFA Guard Elliot Williams Signs Deal With Cavaliers

Elliot Williams has been with the Blazers for the past couple years, but missed all of last season with an Achilles injury, and signed a 2013 deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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NCU Volleyball

NCU Volleyball on 3-Game Win Streak, Beat Geoducks

The NCU volleyball team continued its winning ways on Saturday, this time a four-set (23-25, 25-15, 25-16, 25-15) whipping of Evergreen State University for the Beacons’ third consecutive victory.

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That Pioneer Spirit Still Lives Within Us. Where to next?

There have always been people who are willing to risk it all to conquer that “New Frontier”, but what is the next frontier and who is willing to go there?

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Oregon picks up another 1st-place vote in AP Poll

The Crimson Tide received 55 of 60 first-place votes, and No. 2 Oregon got the rest from the media panel, one more than last week.

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Dwayne Benjamin

2014 JC Star Dwayne Benjamin Commits to Oregon Ducks Basketball

The Oregon Ducks men’s basketball program has received a verbal commitment from junior college forward Dwayne Benjamin.

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