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A Doll’s House


02/28/2020 to


The University Theatre at the University of Oregon will perform the 19th century play "A Doll's House." Henrik Ibsen’s classic play

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Inanimate Objects Comics #68

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The Energy Efficiency Center at Oregon State University will soon double the number of its industrial assessments and integrate more students and faculty into the program.

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Non-Eugene Resident Emergency User Fees


The Eugene city council voted in favor of charging a fee for fire and ambulance services if patients live outside of Eugene city limits.
The vote was unanimous and according to city estimates, the new fees should bri...

Vehicle and trailer blocking northbound I-5 in Eugene tonight


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LRAPA fines Seneca in wake of failed pollution control test


A new wood-burning electricity plant just north of Eugene has flunked a small part of its initial pollution control test — and, consequently, it’s paid the Lane Regional Air Protection Agency a $9,856 fine. The problems are related to emissions of ...

Oregon volleyball by the numbers


0 – The number of seniors Oregon has on its roster. Last season, Heather Meyers was the only upperclassman in the Ducks’ playing rotation. 1 – The number of sets the Ducks have lost in their last 11 games. Since losing [...]

Springfield settles police suit


The city of Springfield will pay $50,000 to settle a $622,000 federal lawsuit filed by a man who claimed that two police officers used excessive force when arresting him in January 2009. David Pernell Sutton alleged that he suffered a broken shoulder w...

City Admits Alder Street Might Need Some Tweaking


The city says the newest street design in the University of Oregon area might need some tweaking.
The changes to Alder Street are causing some confusion among drivers.
It seems like the biggest confusion to th...

Corvallis Homicide Victim Identified


BENTON COUNTY, Ore. -- The Benton County Sheriff's Office has identified the body of a man found outside of Corvallis.
Deputies say a property owner found Giovanni A. Blancas-Frutero, 22, on Friday in a grove of trees near Hurlburt Road.
They say...

Gateway Post Office Creates New Zip Code


A change in under way at the local branch of the U.S. Post Office.
Hundreds of customers are getting their addresses changed because of the creation of a new zip code.
Monday, when customers at the Gatewa...

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