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November 2016

Students Thank Helfrich for His Work at U of O

EUGENE, Ore. — Students on the University of Oregon campus have mixed reactions to Head Coach Mark Helfrich leaving.Some said they felt this was just an off-season and wish he could have stayed at least one more year. Others said letting him go was th…

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Ducks Overwhelm Wolves 93-54

It wasn’t an important game in the big scheme of things, but it was an important game for the Ducks in many aspects. The bottom line says No. 23 Oregon defeated an outmanned Western Oregon squad 93-54. It was the Ducks’ 29th straight home victory. But more importantly, Oregon saw Dillon Brooks revert to his former […]

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Man Accused of Sex Abuse, Detectives Seek Other Victims

LEBANON, Ore. — A man is facing sex abuse charges stemming from an incident that happened seven years ago.On Tuesday, Lebanon Police detectives arrested Dylan James Joslin, 22, as a result of a joint investigation with the Linn County Sheriff’s Office…

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Salem Couple Wins $6.8 Million Megabucks Jackpot

SALEM, Ore. – A Salem couple has won $6.8 million in the Oregon Lottery’s Megabucks Jackpot.    The Statesman Journal reports  that Angela and Brian Feiring won the jackpot Saturday after purchasing a lottery ticket at a south Salem…

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U.S. Dairy Producers Expected to Pay $52 Million In Class Action Settlement

SAN FRANCISCO, Ca. – United States Dairy Producers are expected to pay $52 million to settle a class action lawsuit accusing them of slaughtering cows in order to inflate prices.   Attorneys argued the industry slaughtered more the 500,000 co…

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Woman Accused of Burglarizing Trailer Near Coquille

COQUILLE, Ore. — A woman is facing multiple charges after being accused of burglarizing a trailer.Deputies responded to a call of a burglary in progress at a trailer park south of Coquille on Tuesday at around 1:39 p.m.Deputies said Jordan Byrd saw th…

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Woman Escapes Burning Car after Crashing into Tree

COOS BAY, Ore. – The Coos County Sheriff’s Office said a woman escaped from a burning car after she lost control and struck a tree.They said it happened on Tuesday at about 3:08 p.m.Coos County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to a single vehicle acc…

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Drivers Urged to Pay Attention after Two Vehicle Versus Pedestrian Crashes

EUGENE, Ore. – Two pedestrians were hit by vehicles in the same intersection on Wednesday in two different crashes.The first happened just before 8 a.m. at Silver Lane and Grove Street, a four-way intersection near Yujin Gakuen Japanese Immersion Schoo…

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Web Extra: Players react to news of Helfrich firing (11/30/16)

EUGENE, OR – Oregon offensive lineman Doug Brenner, linebacker Troy Dye and defensive back Brady Breeze speak about Athletic Director Rob Mullens’ decision to fire head coach Mark Helfrich after four years as Oregon’s head coach.

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How Mark Helfrich Sealed His Own Fate at Oregon in Sunday Presser

Despite many columnists already proclaiming Mark Helfrich was ‘as good as gone’; despite Phil Knight long ago eschewing post game press conferences and removing himself from within 2000 miles of Saturdays ‘Civil War;’ in his Tuesday evening announcement, Oregon AD…

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