Chip Kelly’s No-Huddle: A Growing Staple for NFL Offenses?

A pickup basketball game between the football coaches of the University of New Hampshire and Brown University in the 1990s was the first of many meetings between two future NFL head coaches. Then-New Hampshire running backs coach Chip Kelly and a Brown assistant coach named Bill O’Brien exchanged ideas about X’s and O’s on the first of many occasions. O’Brien was …

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May 26 – Morning Headlines


May 26 Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey Weather – More showers and maybe some thunderstorms, but there should be some drying Sunday and Monday.

Kiwanis CLub hopes to make a sweet profit from berry sales – The club hopes to make a couple thousand dollars to put toward area youth and community programs.

Woman’s body found in Willamette River – Three children discovered a woman’s dead body Wednesday afternoon in the Willamette River near Lincoln Middle School, Cottage Grove Police Chief Mike Grover said.

LTD names general manager with 30-year career in transit – Lane Transit District selected a new general manager Wednesday, tapping an executive from Connecticut with 30 years of experience in public transportation and a knack for fiscal discipline.

Growth decision inches closer – City officials keep pushing down the road the tough decision about whether to expand Eugene’s urban growth boundary, but they say there’s a good reason for the delay.

Feds raid home of suicide kit seller – A 91-year-old California woman who sells helium hood kits that people can use to kill themselves said her home was raided by federal agents Wednesday.

Lawmakers trimming Medicaid payments – Medicaid payments to hospitals and health care providers will be cut starting July 1 under a plan released Wednesday by Oregon lawmakers

NEHS preschool staying open – North Eugene High School’s pre-school lives to see one more year. Last month, the school district said it wanted to close the preschool in order to save money.

Sign sparks controversy in Eugene – A sign in a west Eugene neighborhood is stirring up controversy five years after it went up.

yard sign checkpoint ahead

April 18 – Evening Update


Sunshine and blue skies to take us into the evening headlines:

Oregon medical marijuana reform bill hits snag
Three former Oregon state troopers are scrambling to keep alive a bill that would give police access to confidential lists of medical marijuana users and growers and make it harder for teenagers to use pot as medicine.

Bill to help Oregon foster kids in college struggles
People in both parties are sympathetic, but The Oregonian newspaper reports the bill is struggling because its price tag is $1 million.

County: Don’t illegally post signs
Lane County Public Works expects to see an increase of illegally placed signs for garage, estate and yard sales; home for sale signs, home occupations and everything else one can imagine.

Backup Duck QB pleads not guilty
The backup Duck quarterback accused of resisting arrest pleaded not guilty in court Monday afternoon.

Pro City Tax Rally Draws Attention to School Budget Cuts Impact
Advocates of the controversial City Income Tax measure kicked their campaign into high gear on Monday, less than a month away from the May 17th special election.

Junction City High School Celebrates 100 Years of Graduates
A hundred years ago, the first graduating class at Junction City High School had five students. To celebrate that history, the community unveiled a monument Monday morning.

Legalize, criminalize, idolize or hit it with round-up...medical marijuana is a divisive issue.