Life In LC

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July 2014 - page 2

Oregon now using scratch-and-sniff tickets

In case you’ve ever walked to a football stadium on a Saturday and thought to yourself, Man, I’m really excited for the football game and spending ti… Continue reading

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Eugene Emeralds Start New Losing Streak at Home, Lose Series Opener to Everett

The Eugene Emeralds dropped the series opener against Everett and will look to bounce back on Thursday.

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Jake Pisarcik: The “High School Football ‘Rocky’”

You may recognize this six-foot-four 278-pound redshirt freshman’s surname if you’re an avid Eagles and/or Giants fan. NFL quarterback Joe Pisarcik’s – most infamously known for “The Miracle at the Meadowland” (if you’re on the Eagles’ side) — youngest son is this relatively unknown recruit. Jake Pisarcik wasn’t a guy on a lot of college radars. Sure, he attended camps and sent in …

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Oregon’s High-Speed Offense Shows No Sign of Slowing Down

The Oregon Ducks’ dynamic high-speed and high-tempo offense has been truly amazing to watch during the last several years. With a brilliant mix of veteran talent and developing young stars looking to make names for themselves in the 2014 season, the Ducks show no sign of slowing down. Fortunately, the 2014 version of the Oregon offense will include several crucial veteran returnees from …

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New Audit Questions Oregon VAs

ROSEBURG, Ore. — A new audit casts an even larger shadow of doubt over the VA system, specifically the facilities in Roseburg and White City. The VA sanctioned the audit. It suggested that employees manipulated patient wait times and kept wait lists secret. 30-percent of the surveyed employees at the Roseburg VA indicated they had … Continue reading »

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Twin brothers booked on charges of encouraging child sex abuse

A former Shasta Middle School teacher and his twin brother are back in Lane County, charged with 20 counts each of encouraging child sex abuse.

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EWEB hears from developers vying for waterfront project

Three development groups made personal pitches for their visions for 17 acres of riverfront property owned by the Eugene Water and Electric Board.

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Free Dental Care Offered

EUGENE, Ore — Magnuson Dental and the Lane County Dental Society are teaming up to offer free dental services.  Those selected first receive a screening, which includes X-rays, a cleaning along with a consultation.  If additional dental work is required, an appointment will be scheduled at one of four upcoming dental clinics. The care is … Continue reading »

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Brianne Theisen Eaton claims the heptathlon gold medal in the Commonwealth Games

Eaton won three successive NCAA heptathlon titles for Oregon.

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