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February 2014

Cal State Fullerton thumps Ducks 9-2 in baseball

The Titans’ sophomore pitcher Thomas Eshelman beat the Ducks in a Friday night start for the second straight season.

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Alleyne Has Record Night in Upset Win

Jillian Alleyne broke the UO double-doubles record and reached 1,000 career points faster than any player in school history as the Ducks upset No. 20 ASU. Continue reading

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Arizona leads the No. 1 Oregon women after the first day of the MPSF Indoor Track Championships

The UO men pick up 12.5 points on the first day.

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UO Collects Big Rivalry Win; Top Huskies, 4-1

Oregon stormed court No. 4 in celebration of Daniel Sardu’s clinching victory following UO’s first win over UW in 10 years. Continue reading

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Sheriff: Eugene bank robber could be Milwaukie kidnapping suspect

Police are looking for a man who robbed a bank on Seneca Road Friday afternoon.The U.S. Marshals Service suspects he is Kelley Swoboda, the same man believed to have kidnapped a woman in Milwaukie last month, officials from the Clackamas County Sheriff…

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Ducks Drop Nail Biter to Top-Ranked Florida, 2-1

Oregon went toe-to-toe with top-ranked Florida at the Diamond 9 Citrus Classic Friday evening, but fell, 2-1, in extra innings. Continue reading

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Camping World Installs Giant US Flag

COBURG, Ore. — The new Camping World in Coburg has a new, giant symbol of American pride waving above its store. The flag measures 40 by 80 feet. It took more than 20 men just to unfold the flag and carry it to the 130-foot pole. The giant flag is part of the company’s national … Continue reading »

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Mokrohisky Named County Administrator

EUGENE, Ore. — Lane County has a new administrator. Lane County officials released late Friday afternoon, saying Steve Mokrohisky has accepted the position. He comes from Nevada where he’s currently serving as the assistant county manager in Douglas County. Before that, he spent ten years with Milwaukee County in Wisconsin in a number of different … Continue reading »

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Need furniture? Red Lion stuff up for grabs during demolition

Now a week into demolition at the Red Lion Hotel site, work crews are looking for people to take home some of the old furniture before it gets thrown away.

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Wine vs Beer Food Pairing Event in the Barrel Room at Tap and Growler

The Tap and Growler is bringing together two rock stars of the local wine and beer scene in for a Wine vs. Beer Food Pairing Event: Jonathan Scott Oberlander of J. Scott Cellars and Matt Van Wyk of Oakshire Brewing, and pairing their beverages with food from Noisette Pastry Kitchen. Check it out:

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