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More clouds and cooler temperatures to start of the new week.

______________ Advisories: NONE AT THIS TIME. ________________ An upper level high pressure ridge (“Arch” shape) has moved over the Pacific Northwest giving us the Summer heat and sunshine that so many of us have been waiting for. An upper level trough of low pressure is rolling in behind the ridge early in the week and with […]

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Competing Company to Buy Eugene Borders?

By Jessica Debbas
 
EUGENE, Ore. — The story of Borders bookstores shutting it’s doors might have a different ending than expected– at least for the location in Eugene.
 
That’s because according to published reports, Books-A-Million, an out-of sta…

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Eugene police swarm Ferry Street late Saturday night

Eugene’s Ferry Street was crowded with police Saturday night as a variety of loud parties lead to a car being stolen and a high-speed pursuit around the University neighborhood. Witnesses say that one police car was stationed outside one of […]

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Area northwest of town could become urban

Eugene’s lengthy planning effort is moving from the theoretical to the practical. City planners have contacted property owners northwest of the city to gauge their interest in becoming part of Eugene someday. Read more in Monday’s Register-Guard. …

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Smoke testing of sewer lines begins Monday in Eugene

Eugene workers will put smoke in their pipes and test them beginning Monday. As part of its regular testing and inspection program, public works crews will begin checking sewer lines in several parts of the city to track down any leaks or damage. One w…

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‘We’re probably a week behind’: Local wine crop plays catch-up

The sun is certainly welcome news for Oregon wine growers. The crop got a slow start this year because of a wet, cool spring.
 

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Property tax deferral change surprises seniors

BEND — Joan Snyder opened her mailbox three weeks ago to find an envelope from the state Department of Revenue about a state program she participates in that defers property taxes for qualifying elderly and disabled people. It contained a two-page ap…

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Beleaguered jail adding fences and remodeling offices

Capt. Randy Smith can see the irony. The Lane County Sheriff’s Office just closed 84 beds in the Lane County Jail, a high-­profile and controversial move to stay within the budget that forced the release of 10 “high-risk” offenders and other pri…

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Our Summer temperatures will continue for your Sunday, but a cooling trend will return for the beginning of the new week.

______________ Advisories: NONE AT THIS TIME. ________________ An upper level high pressure ridge (“Arch” shape) is moving into Pacific Northwest giving us the Summer heat and sunshine that so many of us have been waiting for. An upper level trough of low pressure will roll in behind the ridge early in the week and with a […]

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Cure sought yet again for ‘sick’ LCC building

Officials at Lane Community College are hoping that this summer they will get to the bottom of a problem that has plagued one of its buildings for decades and caused intermittent, but sometimes serious, health problems for some of its employees. The co…

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Oregon AD emails supporters ahead of media day

Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens has sent an email to key supporters, saying the school is still reviewing "the use of outside recruiting services."

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Another Summer day for your Sunday, but there will be changes next week.

______________ Advisories: NONE AT THIS TIME. ________________ An upper level high pressure ridge (“Arch” shape) is moving into Pacific Northwest giving us the Summer heat and sunshine that so many of us have been waiting for. An upper level trough of low pressure will roll in behind the ridge early in the week and with a […]

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