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No deal in school negotiations

In the end, it came down to $20 of a monthly health insurance contribution per teacher and a couple of school days. But neither side would budge. Thus, after more than two months of bargaining, including more than nine hours on Thursday, the Eugene School District and the Eugene Education …


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BACK TO BACH

The Oregon Bach Festival opened Thursday night with a celebrity-fueled sellout crowd as nearly 2,500 music lovers packed the Hult Center’s Silva Hall to hear cellist Yo-Yo Ma, who was making his second concert appearance in Eugene in less than three years. Demand for seats was high. In the hour …


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EWEB keeps ban on fireworks at reservoir site

A fireworks ban at the College Hill Reservoir in south Eugene will once again be in effect for the Fourth of July and the fireworks season, the Eugene Water & Electric Board said Thursday. But fireworks can be set off on top of the older, inoperative reservoir on the facility’s …


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Higher education budget shrinks

Under a budget approved by legislators, Oregon universities will receive less funding from the state in the coming two years than they received a decade ago. The spending plan for 2011-13 cuts the general fund allocation for the Oregon University System by 14 percent from the current budget and is …


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Bill on winery rules at hand

SALEM — A “grandfather” clause in a bill sitting on the governor’s desk could put to bed a dispute surrounding the full-service restaurant at King Estate Winery in Lorane. Legislators on Thursday, meanwhile, were continuing to work on a companion bill that would regulate the extent of commercial activity at …


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Ems improve to 5-2 with 5-2 win over Volcanoes


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Ems improve to 5-2 with 5-2 win over Volcanoes
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By KVAL Sports The Eugene Emeralds scored four runs in the third inning and the pitching staff made it hold up as the Ems improved to 5-2 with a 5-2 win over the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes. The Eugene Emeralds scored four runs in the third inning and the

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Industrial Fire in West Eugene

Industrial Fire in West Eugene
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EUGENE, Ore. — An evacuation is underway at Farwest Fabrication on East Enid Road in West Eugene. The fire broke out around 10:20 pm in a piece of industrial equipment and the facility is reportedly filling with smoke. The company Web site says

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USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships brings thousands back to Eugene

Back in Eugene for the second time in the last two years, the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships is underway, bringing in thousands of athletes, spectators and others to…

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Eugene Pro Rodeo visits Sacred Heart Hospital patients

A pro bullfighter, the pro rodeo queen and the announcer toured the pediatrics and neonatal units today visiting patients.

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Businesses Rent Space to Food Cart Vendors


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Businesses Rent Space to Food Cart Vendors
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EUGENE, Ore. — Small businesses are looking for every extra penny they can get in this economy, so some are looking to even smaller, mobile businesses to help them out. West Eugene residents may have noticed more food carts have

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Art reception to help boy battling illness

Art reception to help boy battling illness
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CORVALLIS — Monroe artist Diane Hoff-Rome is holding an “Art for Mathias” reception that will benefit her grandson, who has battled a life-threatening illness since berth. The reception is scheduled for 2 to 4 pm Sunday, June 26, at FireWorks

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