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University Lobby Day presents opportunity to discuss funding with state legislators

The annual University Lobby Day will take place at the Oregon Capitol Building in Salem on Thursday, Feb. 15. All seven public universities in Oregon will be lobbying on that day. The day-long event is a chance for students, alumni and faculty to promote the University of Oregon, meet with …

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Emergency Access Denied: LCSO Funding

LANE COUNTY, Ore. — When you call 9-1-1 you expect help fast. But in some parts of Lane County where there’s hundreds of miles of rural land and a diminished patrol force, you could be waiting for hours. It’s been an uphill battle for the Lane County Sheriff’s Office for decades, so much that they … Continue reading »

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Festival of Eugene Starts Friday

EUGENE, Ore. — The Festival of Eugene is happening this weekend at Skinner Butte Park. Organizers moved it to the park after previous negotiations fell through to have it near the 5th Street Market. Event organizers say they’re piecing together the final plans. They said they planned the festival because Eugene needs a special event … Continue reading »

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Is Occupy becoming a mockery of itself?

October 28 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: rain returns, county-funding measures, graffiti investigation, Occupy goes to college, salmon habitat restoration, Halloween patrols, Radcliffe replacement appointed, Kilcullen added to Fallen Officers Memorial, Bowers homeless art exhibit, UO breaks ground on new facility…

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Hwy 58...again.

August 10 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey:partly cloudy, Hwy 58 crash, County biz growth fund, sex trafficking legislation, Veneta stabbing, got cats?, lottery fund increase, new Lane County lawyer

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Do criminals know the police schedule for Veneta?

May 16 – Evening Update

Tim Chuey: some showers, who’s funding, child prostitution, ballot deadline, homelessness funding, recognition for heroes, Golden steps up…

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