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Dinners Given to Military Families

EUGENE, Ore. — One hundred military families got thanksgiving meals this Wednesday morning at an Albertsons in Eugene. The store on 18th Ave. donated the money from its Turkey Bucks campaign to support those who serve America and the loved ones they leave behind. Sandy Giles’s husband is currently deployed in Afghanistan for the holiday … Continue reading »

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Sheldon Grad Receives Special Gift

EUGENE, Ore — A Sheldon High School senior gets the gift of a lifetime, her dad watched her graduate from half a world away. It’s a proud moment for any parent and it only happens once on graduation day. There’s no place a parent would rather be, watching their child cross the stage. But for … Continue reading »

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Banners to Honor Active Military Members

CRESWELL, Ore. — If it weren’t for the light poles on Main Street, the heart of Creswell wouldn’t shine very bright at night. In this close-knit town where each face is not only unique but familiar, the community wants some to fly high. “We have a real strong sense of community here and we have … Continue reading »

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Women Veterans Conference in Eugene

EUGENE, Ore. — Set-up is under way for the seventh bi-annual Oregon Women Veterans Conference in Eugene. The event begins Friday, March 28 at the Eugene Hilton and lasts through Saturday. Event organizers say they’re expecting 370 female vets to attend from all over the state of Oregon. The conference features workshops on employment, benefits, … Continue reading »

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September 30 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: cooling w/some clouds, Life Flight to Veneta crash, motorcycle vs semi, hazmat spill downtown, UO law student sues EPD, downtown crime report, new EPA burning rules, bank robber jailed, Civic Stadium lights come down, Feds provide pot for local woman, Military welcome at UofO, Rich Brooks inducted to Hall of Fame.

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Which Winery Will Wine Down Your Memorial Weekend?

Blue skies and warm days are on their way, and local wineries will be swinging their doors open for one of the South Willamette Valley’s highly anticipated and most celebrated 3 day wine events.

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May 4 – Evening Update

Tim Chuey: mostly clear, 6:1 seekers to jobs, bottle deposit expanded, Cabela’s opening, tax collection costs, artifact gets new life, Spring Street Fair, Creswell Superintendent candidates, aircar competition, cold case cards…

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Not Just Another Football Game For The Ducks

Certainly, the fact that Oregon was coming off a 2010 season that ended with a BCS appearance had something to do with the high turnout.  But several special ceremonies also contributed the high volume of energetic attendees.

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