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Parts of Pearl Street to be closed during repair project

Expect some construction delays in downtown Eugene this summer — beginning Tuesday. That’s when a project to repair Pearl Street from Fourth Avenue to Broadway is slated to begin. The first phase of the project will require the full closure of Pear…

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Thousands flock to Eugene for massive “vineyard” art sale & wine fest

28 years running, thousands of people are pouring into one of Eugene’s biggest parks for a chance to look, buy and taste some of the best arts from the Northwest,…

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Oregon tennis has strong showing at local tournament

Alex Rovello reaches semis for second year in a row, Molly McDevitt and Siobhan Cavan take women’s doubles crown.

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The Summer Solstice Tournament and Eugene’s Ultimate Legacy – Eugene Daily News

Eugene Daily NewsThe Summer Solstice Tournament and Eugene's Ultimate LegacyEugene Daily NewsHistorically, Eugene has been a hotbed of activity for the nation's Ultimate Frisbee scene. From hosting one of the longest-running ultimate tournament…

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String of Sunday morning fires near UO

Eugene firefighters say a lot of engines were moving in many different directions this morning after a string of fires near the University of Oregon campus.

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West Eugene transient camp, waste dump site draws HAZMAT crews

Neighbors in a west Eugene area are asking questions after a HAZMAT team response, but no clean up of a transient camp and dump site found littered with garbage and…

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ORI pursuing alternate site for new building

ORI pursuing alternate site for new buildingThe Register-GuardOpponents of a planned building along the Willamette riverfront in Eugene are on the verge of a significant victory as the University of Oregon seeks permission to move the project to a less…

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‘Enforcement blitz’ under way

The Fourth of July weekend means big fun and celebrations for many people. But it’s also the deadliest holiday period of the year on Oregon roads, police say. Because of that, police agencies throughout the state plan to focus this week on taking int…

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Missing firefighter left note in truck

OAKRIDGE — A 32-year-old missing wildland firefighter left a note in his pickup truck that authorities say was not a suicide note, but indicated that he was despondent. “We’re still working on it. We’re still actively searching,” Lane County …

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