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March 2015 - page 2

Web Extra: Oregon Opens Spring Practice

    EUGENE, Ore.–Almost three months since their run to the National Championship game, the Ducks were back on the field opening up spring practice. Oregon graduated a lot of key players to the pros, so the Ducks are putting their next guy up mentality into play.

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OL Doug Brenner on QB Jeff Lockie: “He’s Really Stepped up”

Jordan Ingram reporting for on the first day of Oregon’s spring football practice at the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex in Eugene, Ore. After a long offseason, the Oregon Ducks football team held their first spring practice today. Many questions surround the quarterback…

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Budget cuts put Amtrak service between Eugene and Portland at risk

Oregon’s only Amtrak route from Eugene to Portland is in jeopardy of shutting down.The Oregon Department of Transportation needs $10.4 million to maintain operations. The state’s current budget cuts that in half.

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‘He tried really hard to save Tom’: Man dies after boat capsizes

A Cottage Grove man died after the boat he was piloting capsized at the mouth of the Rogue River on Saturday, the Curry County Sheriff’s Office said.

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OLCC: Marijuana Director Fired for Lying

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – The Oregon Liquor Control Commission says it fired the official hired to lead Oregon’s preparations to regulate recreational marijuana because he shared an internal document with a lawyer representing marijuana growers, and then lied about it. Agency spokesman Tom Towslee says Tom Burns denied sending it during a meeting Thursday with … Continue reading »

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Man with bowel obstruction accuses jail of leaving him in agony

Norris Lee Giles, who was serving jail time in Coos County on a probation violation, accuses officials of negligence for failing to treat a severe bowel obstruction that left him in terrible pain.

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