Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines
- Midnight Mugshots – June 2, 2014
Information from the arrests/bookings of the following people is selected from the websites of Lane County Jail (LCJ) and Springfield Municipal Jail (SMJ). Pictures – Mugshots used in this article were taken from those websit
- More Food Carts Coming to Springfield
More food carts could be on the way to downtown Springfield after a decision by the city council. The Neighborhood Economic Development Corporation (NEDCO) is working on a contract with the city of Springfield to pave the way
- New Grocery Store Coming to Creswell
People in Creswell will soon be able to go to the grocery store without leaving town. A new store, Farmlands Market, isn’t open yet, but word is already spreading throughout the community. The owner is 20-year-old Jessica M
- Young Salmon Taxied Downstream
Young salmon on the McKenzie River are getting a free ride downstream that could help more of them survive. Their taxi? A $5 million portable floating fish collector. This is the first of its kind in the Willamette Basin.
- Police send letter to owner of ‘known drug house’
Police sent a letter to the owner of a home officers call a “known drug house” alerting him the city may seize his home.
- Dozens arrested by Party Patrol near Oregon campus
Eugene Police contacted 90 people while on Party Patrol near the University of Oregon on Friday and Saturday.
- Woman found unresponsive with gunshot wound
A woman found unresponsive from a gunshot wound was rushed to the hospital, and a man was later taken in for questioning after he was located in Creswell, 20 to miles to the south.
- Police Question Shooting Suspect
Update — Police were questioning the suspect as of 8 a.m. – Police say a shooting suspect was barricaded inside a trailer on the corner of Nolan and Pearce in Creswell. Oregon State Police was on the scene with assault
- Oregon Conference Update: Devastation on the Diamond, Hope on the Track, Course
After seasons that were riveting in their own unique ways, both the baseball and softball teams saw their season come to an end on Sunday. The No.1-ranked softball team fell short of its championship goals, while baseball could not advance in
- How the Ducks Will Shut Down Rich Rod and the Wildcats in 2014
In 2013, the Arizona Wildcats and Head Coach Rich Rodriguez tore through the Ducks and the nearly non-existent Oregon defense that day raised a lot of questions among Ducks faithful. But I’m here to tell you, Duck fans, that the future is bright.
- Alison Silverio, New Women’s Tennis Coach
Alison Silverio meets the Oregon Women’s Tennis Team as their new Head Coach.
- Payne, Clayton named to Pac-12 all-academic first team
Oregon’s senior second baseman and sophomore left-hander were honored for their work in the classroom by the conference Monday
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