Fred Meyer

4J Board Approves Civic Sale to Eugene


EUGENE, Ore. — The future of historic Civic Stadium is not in the hands of the city of Eugene. Every single member of the 4J school board said this was a very difficult decision to make. but, in the end the city’s offer would bring money to the district the quickest, which is why six … Continue reading »

Board to Select Civic Stadium Buyer


EUGENE, Ore. — It’s been years in the making, and Wednesday a buyer may finally be selected for Civic Stadium. The stadium has been vacant ever since the Eugene Emeralds baseball team decided to relocate for the 2010 season. Wednesday, the Eugene school board may finally select an offer. There are three bids: from the … Continue reading »

Civic and PK: The Tale of Two Ballparks and One Franchise


There was once a time, of course, when every Emerald knew Civic by name; it was their field for more than 40 years, the longest time span of any Ems ballpark. Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt played there, as did long-time major leaguers Mike Sweeney and Bob Boone, to name a few. As the Ems continue their tenure at PK Park, that era of Ems baseball becomes increasingly distant.

May 20 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: Cloudy, Barger House Fire, Florence Bridge, Marijuana law debate, Fred Meyer winning Civic race, Waltman gets 19 yrs, Coburg Elementary 150 yrs old, Horse virus spreading...

April 7 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: rain..maybe hail and thunderstorms, Mayor vs Meyer, Prozanski litter bill dropped, Jackson gets 18 yrs, abortion regulation bill proposed, Blackketter pleads to molestation, vocal auditions today, Oregon Paddle Sports, foreclosure rate still rising...

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