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Register Guard News: South Lane School Board relieves superintendent of duties" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: South Lane School Board relieves superintendent of duties

COTTAGE GROVE — Krista Parent no longer is working as superintendent of the South Lane School District. The South Lane School Board unanimously approved a motion Tuesday evening that states that Parent officially will retire June 30. Until that date, Parent will remain an employee of the district but will …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: Business group asks Congress for protection for marijuana" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: Business group asks Congress for protection for marijuana

SEATTLE — A group representing marijuana business owners in the West is urging Congress to include language in a government spending bill that would protect pot operations. The Western Regional Cannabis Business Alliance said Tuesday it is asking for legislative protection after Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ signaled a tougher approach …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: Yogi Tea taps LA-based food entrepreneur to be chief executive" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: Yogi Tea taps LA-based food entrepreneur to be chief executive

Springfield-based tea brand Yogi Tea has chosen a Los Angeles-­based food industry entre­preneur as its next chief executive officer. After a transition period, Giancarlo Marcaccini will succeed Conrad Myers, who has led Yogi Tea for five years, the company said. Yogi Tea is a brand of East West, which is …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: Man fatally shot by Lane County deputy Monday identified" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: Man fatally shot by Lane County deputy Monday identified

The man shot and killed by a Lane County Sheriff’s deputy Monday afternoon has been identified as Robert Martinez Jr., 42, of Deadwood. According to the sheriff’s office, the deputy was investigating a report of a stolen vehicle, located on the 500 block of Clairmont Drive in Eugene’s Santa Clara …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: Fish recovery project could empty Detroit Lake for 2 years" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: Fish recovery project could empty Detroit Lake for 2 years

DETROIT, Ore. — A $100 million-plus project to improve conditions for endangered fish could mean emptying a lake east of Salem for one or two years. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is planning to build a 300-foot tower and floating screen at the dam on Detroit Lake to improve …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: Parents arrested after children found chained in California house" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: Parents arrested after children found chained in California house

This story was updated at 9:04 a.m. PERRIS, Calif. — A 17-year-old girl called police after escaping from her family’s home where she and her 12 brothers and sisters were locked up in filthy conditions, some so malnourished officers at first believed all were children even though seven are adults. …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: 3 Lane County businessmen seek $18 million from state to expand rail/truck ‘intermodal’ facility in west Eugene" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: 3 Lane County businessmen seek $18 million from state to expand rail/truck ‘intermodal’ facility in west Eugene

A business led by Veneta entrepreneur Greg Demers and Creswell developers Norman and Melvin McDougal is among four entities competing for a state grant of up to $25 million to build an “intermodal” facility in the Willamette Valley where freight could be swapped among trucks, trains and other bulk carriers. …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: Eugene parents given probation after 2-year-old ate drug-laced candy in their apartment" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: Eugene parents given probation after 2-year-old ate drug-laced candy in their apartment

Probationary sentences have been handed down to the parents of a 2-year-old child who ate a drug-laced piece of candy at a Eugene apartment in November. The child’s mother, Nicole Fetters, pleaded guilty Tuesday in Lane County Circuit Court to a felony charge of first-degree criminal mistreatment and a misdemeanor …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: Eugene sues maker of Carmen’s Chips, alleging snack company defaulted on business expansion loan" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: Eugene sues maker of Carmen’s Chips, alleging snack company defaulted on business expansion loan

The city of Eugene is suing the owners of a Eugene tortilla chip maker, alleging the firm has failed to make payments on a business loan. The city alleges in the lawsuit that David and Paula Martinez, owners of Carmen’s Chips Inc., defaulted on a $100,000 loan the city granted …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: One Gro sued for being late with payment on $455K loan" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: One Gro sued for being late with payment on $455K loan

Local marijuana startup One Gro — which in the November election lost its bid for permission to sell recreational pot in Creswell — is being sued by a staffing firm that last month loaned it more than $455,000 to pay employees. One Gro Chief Executive Dan Isaacson on Monday confirmed …read more Read more here:: […]




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