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October 2015

Beavers Battle No. 13 Utah, But fall 27-12

Article courtesy of OSU Athletics:
Salt Lake City, Utah – Oregon State battled No. 13 Utah on even terms over the final three quarters on Saturday in a 27-12 setback in a Pacific-12 Conference game at Rice-Eccles Stadium.
The Beavers (2-6, 0-5 Pa…

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Ducks Move on to Finals of Easley Memorial

The Oregon men’s tennis team will be playing in the finals in both flights of singles as well as doubles after another strong day of play.

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Overturned Semi Carrying Sheep Shuts Down Road

Lebanon, Ore. – A crash in front of the Lebanon Justice Center, reroutes traffic but isn’t slowing down evening Halloween festivities. Lebanon fire says a semi-truck overturned at 2nd and Tangent streets at 12:30 p.m.
The truck was carrying an un…

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Ducks Hope To Reward Selfless Parr With Strong Finish

Kristen Parr has given her all to UO soccer, even switching positions as a senior, and plays her final match at Pape Field on Sunday.

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Police Pursuit Shuts Down I-5, Driver Arrested

RICE HILL, Ore.– Interstate 5 is back open after a pursuit shut it down Friday night.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office says deputies tried to pull over a driver on Rice Hill. He refused to stop and led them on a chase that lasted for about 25 miles…

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OSP: Multi-Vehicle Crash Shuts Down Hwy 20

LINN CO., Ore.– Oregon State Police say up to 5 vehicles may have crashed, including rollover on Highway 20.
The highway was shut down at milepost 17, between Lebanon and Sweet Home, Friday night. Police say there are multiple patients. Investigators …

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From the Poorhouse to the Penthouse

They never wear the same uniform twice, they train on Brazilian hardwood, and their stadium features not one but two waterfalls. It is safe to say that Oregon has one of the best facilities and uniforms in the country, if not the…

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Hometown Sports: Highlights of the week

High school teams took to the turf Friday, October 30 for the ninth week of high school football.
Watch Hometown Sports every Friday night at 11 p.m. to catch the best highlights from football teams in the area #LiveonKMTR.

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