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April 2014 - page 2

Eugene Council Approves YMCA Lease

EUGENE, Ore. — Plans for a YMCA got a green light Wednesday. Eugene city councilors unanimously approved a land lease for the Bethel branch–a whopping $1 a year for the 25-year lease. The executive director says now the fundraising can begin. It’s looking to raise $5 million over the next two to three years for … Continue reading »

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Police: 30 cell phone violations in 4 hours at Eugene intersection

Police notched 30 cell phone violations in 4 hours during a traffic safety enforcement effort Tuesday.

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Five Ducks Earn All-MPSF Honors

Shannon Propst and Alison Scharkey headlines UO with first-team All-MPSF nods while Federighi, O’Connell and Puszcz earn second-team honors. Continue reading

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Crash Near Klamath Falls Kills One

KLAMATH COUNTY, Ore. — Oregon State Police is continuing the investigation into the cause of a Tuesday night’s single-vehicle crash that killed one person. The crash occurred along Highway 97 about two miles north of the Highway 58 junction in Klamath County. OSP responded to the area at about 9:35 p.m. Tuesday to find a … Continue reading »

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Oregon Ducks on the Diamond: Baseball and Softball Going in Different Directions

Oregon has two sports teams heading in different directions. The Oregon Ducks Softball team has won twelve straight games. The Oregon Baseball team lost three in a row last weekend against Oregon State.

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The Nike Oregon Project’s Treniere Moser, and world champs Abeba Aregawi and Jenny Simpson enter the Pre 1,500

Defending Pre Classic 1,500 champ Hellen Obiri also is in the field.

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Teen accused of setting Vancouver school fire

A 17-year-old boy has been accused of setting the fire that destroyed Crestline Elementary School in Vancouver.

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Toastmasters invites public to anniversary

Toastmasters club is celebrating 50 years of teaching people the art of communication and leadership at an open house scheduled for Friday.The event is from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Willamette East and West Room at the Valley Library at O…

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Campers under Ferry Street Bridge pack up after tickets from police

People who had pitched camp under the Ferry Street Bridge after the city closed the Whoville camp April 4 packed up their belongings Wednesday morning after a visit from police Tuesday evening.

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