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June 2016 - page 2

Should Oregon Jump-Cut QB Recruiting for 2017?

Oregon has gone from rags-to-riches in quarterback recruiting in just one year, and it has created an interesting quandary for us as fans to ponder. Should Oregon forget about a quarterback recruit for 2017? I don’t have the answers here,…

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Woman Accused of Entering Man’s Bedroom, Touching His Leg

EUGENE, Ore. – A Eugene man woke up to a woman in his bedroom touching his leg Wednesday morning, according to police.Officers said it happened in the 1300 block of Oak Patch Road just before 8 a.m.Police arrested Jennifer Yaroscak on suspicion o…

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Free Shuttles Offered for Olympic Trials

EUGENE, Ore. — With thousands heading to Hayward Field Parking near the meet will be tough but shuttles are available.Free shuttles from South Eugene High School and the park and ride at Autzen Stadium leave every 15 minutes. Fans with tickets or cred…

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Allergies Could Affect Track Athletes for Olympic Trials

EUGENE, Ore. — With hundreds of athletes coming from out of town to compete for the trials they are dealing with a lot of outside influences they may not be used to.     Health officials say this is a big time of year for allergies es…

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Roseburg Man Receives Lifesaver Award

ROSEBURG, Ore. — A Roseburg man has been honored by the Roseburg Fire Department for saving the life of a choking woman.“She was already bluish in the face and had already been there – who knows, maybe another minute before I got there,” s…

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Celebration of Life to be Held for Stabbing Victim

EUGENE, Ore. – Family and friends of Marissa Nevills are hosting a celebration of life on June 30th.Nevills was the victim of the stabbing at the Greenwood Apartments in Eugene.The open service will be held at the Grace Fellowship Church on Monroe Stre…

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