Oregon Logging Conference 2013 Was Enjoyed by All

log loader in action

Even with the 90% chance of rain and a high of 46 degrees, turn out for this year’s Oregon Logging Conference was not just good, it was great. According to Rikki Wellman, OLC’s manager and the conference’s vendors, it was in fact the best they’ve had since 2008. What can be attributed for such a wonderful increase in visitors?

February 16 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: wet returns, pot grow bust, Feds behind EmX, no conceal-carry disclosure, more downtown student housing, Art Robinson runs, logging expansion, RR Blockbuster closes, Duck golf finishes 11th.

January 10 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: dry and colder, Kemp gets 16yrs, Creswell Mayor feud, nurses strike, log truck crash, Springfield crosswalk, garbage rate increase, OBF to limit logging, Bozievich wants pay cut, UO appreciation day, Civic Stadium lights, Dolphins want Chip, UO recruiting roundup

November 18 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: advisories - colder with showers, 11th & High crash, EPD arrest 17 Occupiers, beating victim testifies, FFLC food shortage, Occupy camp harbors runaway, S. Eugene power outage, State revenue decline, EPD Trespass Program, logging revival passes LCBOC, Egan opens today, Boys & Girls Club re-opening, Oregon State beats Cal State, Ducks beat E. Washington, Jaqua Center damaged, Heisman tour in town, Cliff Harris gets sorted out...

County commissioners pass DeFazio’s logging revival


The Lane County Board of Commissioners voted 3-2 last Wednesday in support of Congressman Peter DeFazio’s proposal to support more logging on federal forests in Lane County.

June 16 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: partly cloudy, Berman 180k approved, Kilcullen bill passes, City throws party, logging resolution passes, Larivier on leash, Marcola man charged, School board tables Civic discussion, Richardson 150k approved, AT&T cell tower plans...

May 24 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: Early sun becomes rain, School district budget approved, Golden Temple conspiracy, Windy demands, Fairgrounds restrictions, citizens bill review panel, Market of Choice ups ante on Civic, New BLM logging plan...

May 12 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: trending warmer, Art Alliance closes doors, salvage logging, Golden Ceo, redistricting plans revealed, labor battle escalating...

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