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June 2014 - page 2

June 30 – Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines

Tim Chuey: Sunny and warmer today and Tuesday, cooling down for your Wednesday. High Today: 85,
Low Tonight: 55, High Tomorrow: 92, Precipitation: 00%, Barn fire, park budgets slashed, fireworks update, Ems wen

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Robinson Ready to Romp

The Oregon football team lost three great defenders for the upcoming season in Avery Patterson, Brian Jackson and Terrance Mitchell — but the good news is in the fresher faces. Redshirt freshman Tyree Robinson worked his tail off last year, and he told Yahoo Sports that “it’s time to step up.” With a hole to fill at the safety position, Robinson …

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Delany’s Shadow: Picking a Big Ten School

2013 was the first season in the recent wave of conference realignments that the five power conferences didn’t see any member change conferences. Tomorrow that hiatus ends as realignment returns with Louisville, Rutgers and Maryland all finding new homes amongst the five power conferences, the latter two joining the Big Ten. It only makes sense that the biggest increase in …

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Midnight Mugshots – May 29, 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 websites and are public record. All those arrested/booked are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty. A list of criminal charges against persons and definitions of each one can be found here. A list of criminal charges pertaining to property and definitions of each one can be found here. A list of criminal charges involving fraud or deception and definitions of each one canRead More

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Eugene Emeralds take game one against Spokane Indians 4-2

Earlier in the season, the Eugene Emeralds (7-9) dropped their first four games against the Spokane Indians (13-3), who currently sit atop of the Northwest League North. Today, the Emeralds took game one against the Indians to begin their five game home stand, handing them just their third loss of the season. “It’s one day […] Continue reading

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