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‘It’s something that could have been avoided’

Divers are going back in the water at the Ben Irving Reservoir Thursday morning, looking for a 43-year-old man presumed drowned. Sheriff’s deputies say this, the fifth drowning this summer, was avoidable.

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This weather pattern will continue through the middle of next week. Rather pleasant, not too hot and not too cool.

_______________ Here is my weekly weather quiz question. We all know that polluted air is not good for you. What event occurred in October of 1948 that proved that idea? Please remember to post your answer as a comment by clicking on “no comments /comments” in the upper right hand portion of this page under the […]

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Diabetic man couldn’t afford food, so Paramedics bought it for him

You won’t find it in their job description, but some Roseburg E.M.T.’s recently did some emergency grocery shopping to keep a man from slipping back into a diabetic coma.

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At least one dead in two-vehicle accident Wednesday night on Highway 99 near Junction City

JUNCTION CITY — At least one person is dead in a two-vehicle accident that occurred around 7:10 p.m. Wednesday on Highway 99 on the southern edge of Junction City. The accident involved a motor home and a Honda CRX, which was severely damaged in the …

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Utility sues hydro developer

The Emerald People’s Utility District has filed a $664,000 lawsuit against its former partner in a hydropower project, alleging the company failed to meet a July 1 payment deadline. According to the suit, Symbiotics, EPUD’s former partner, signed a…

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Franklin Boulevard under I-5 to be closed over weekend

Contractors for the Oregon Department of Transportation will close Franklin Boulevard under Interstate 5 from 8 p.m. Friday until 5 a.m. Monday. The weekend-long closure will allow contractors to remove the wooden falsework used to construct the new so…

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Cell tower approved with conditions

An eagerly awaited decision over a proposed cell phone tower on Oakway Golf Course gave everyone involved something to dislike, setting up a possible appeal. A Eugene hearings official has ruled that AT&T can build the 75-foot structure, but only if th…

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