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August 2016 - page 2

Pedestrian Killed in Accident on Beltline

UPDATE: The Eugene Police Department has released the identity of the woman who died after being struck by a pickup on the Beltine on Sunday.They said 63-year-old Detta Watts, of Eugene, was walking westbound in an unlit area south of Roosevelt on the …

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Philomath Football Coach & Six Students Facing Charges

PHILOMATH, Ore. — A volunteer coach and six student athletes on the Philomath Football Team are facing charges, accused of hazing.
It’s sparking an investigation within the district and putting the football program on hold.
The Philomath School Distri…

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Lane County takes on management of State’s Konnie Park near Siuslaw River

Lane County’s Parks Department will begin operating and maintaining Konnie Memorial Park as part of a 25-year lease with Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW).

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Expect Changes With Oregon Football Recruiting in Next Six Months

Nearing the halfway mark of the 2017 recruiting class in September, the Oregon Ducks have managed to collect roughly half of the expected prospects to sign in February. Just because Oregon has 11 current verbal commitments to date, don’t expect…

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Ducks End European Tour with Win

Sabrina Ionescu scored six straight points for the Ducks down the stretch and the Oregon women’s basketball team pulled out a 75-68 victory over Spanish first division side CD Cref to end its European tour with a 5-0 record. 

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Ducks Stay Home To Host Oregon Classic

Oregon volleyball continues its lengthy homestand to open the 2016 season this weekend, welcoming Murray State, San Diego State and UC Davis to Matthew Knight Arena for the Oregon Classic

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Man Disputes $23,487 Cost for County Public Records Request

EUGENE, Ore. – A nonprofit organization aiming to provide a list of how much money public employees make…has hit a snag in Lane County.
Adam Andrzejewski founded OpenTheBooks.com in 2011. He says the goal is to capture and display ever dim…

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Public Health Officials Seek Input About Raising Tobacco Age

EUGENE, Ore. — Lane County Commissioners are looking to raise the legal age to use tobacco to 21. The Lane County Public health department is seeking the public input about the proposed ordinance. Officials said they are in the gathering phases of thi…

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