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Archive for: March, 2015

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.

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

Jordan Ingram reporting for FishDuck.com 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…

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.

‘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.

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 »

What makes the Nike Oregon Project’s use of L-carnitine a story? Oregon track & field rundown

Oregon Project coach Alberto Salazar responds to The Sunday Times stories.

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E-cig law also adds to buildings’ no-smoking barrier

Cafe Sheilagh closes after 12 years in Cottage Grove

City moving water line to make way for trail undercrossing

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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