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Register Guard News: Oregon Community Credit Union selects new leader" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: Oregon Community Credit Union selects new leader

After 12 years as chief executive, Mandy Jones of Oregon Community Credit Union will retire in April, the credit union announced Thursday. Jones will be succeeded by Ron Neumann, the credit union’s executive vice president. OCCU is the second-largest, state-chartered credit union in Oregon. In a statement, OCCU’s leadership said …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: State education grants will grow agriculture, garden programs at Bethel, South Lane school districts" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: State education grants will grow agriculture, garden programs at Bethel, South Lane school districts

Two Lane County school districts soon will receive some serious cash from the state Department of Education for agriculture-based and garden-based education activities. The Bethel School District has been awarded $65,951 to strengthen and expand its existing farm-to-school program and to provide year-round learning opportunities at the Bethel Farm, located …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: Coquille man facing attempted murder charge after assault at motel" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: Coquille man facing attempted murder charge after assault at motel

COQUILLE — A 46-year-old Coquille man was arrested Thursday morning after an hours-long manhunt following an assault at a motel. Richard Eugene Dockery faces charges of attempted murder and first-degree assault. He is expected to be booked into the Coos County Jail late Thursday morning. According to the Coos County …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: New Deschutes County law enforcement radio system puts lives at risk, police unions say" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: New Deschutes County law enforcement radio system puts lives at risk, police unions say

BEND — All seven Deschutes County law enforcement unions have filed a joint complaint with local leaders, and one has filed a state complaint that a new digital radio system installed in July works so poorly it puts their lives and those of the public at risk. KTVZ-TV reported Wednesday …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: R-G forum on homelessness airs concerns, ideas" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: R-G forum on homelessness airs concerns, ideas

The Register-Guard’s atrium was full Wednesday night as about 170 people gathered for a forum about homelessness in Eugene. The sold-out event took place in response to a year-long project, Focus on homelessness, by editorial page editor Jackman Wilson and associate editor Ilene Aleshire. Wednesday’s event facilitated a community conversation …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: Balmy January day nearly sets record; rain ahead" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: Balmy January day nearly sets record; rain ahead

If you confused April with January on Wednesday, you weren’t alone. The day’s warmth was a popular water cooler topic as the high temperature came within one degree of tying the daily record. The weather monitoring station at the Eugene Airport — the official data recorder for Eugene’s weather — …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: On 3-3 vote, competing Eugene city auditor proposal stays alive" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: On 3-3 vote, competing Eugene city auditor proposal stays alive

With opposing city councilors unable to block its path, a competing city auditor proposal took another tentative step toward the May ballot on Wednesday. Eugene city councilors defeated a motion by Councilor Emily Semple to stop all work on the proposed city charter amendment in a rare 3-3 vote. The …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: Thousands expected Saturday at second annual women’s march in Eugene" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: Thousands expected Saturday at second annual women’s march in Eugene

About 3,000 people are expected to participate in the Second Annual Women’s March for Action on Saturday in downtown Eugene. Organized by the grassroots organization Indivisible Eugene, the march begins with a short rally at 1 p.m. on the steps of the U.S. District Courthouse, located at 405 East Eighth …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: Oregon State alumnus donates $50 million to benefit veterinary school, marking the largest donation yet to OSU" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: Oregon State alumnus donates $50 million to benefit veterinary school, marking the largest donation yet to OSU

CORVALLIS — The largest donation to Oregon State University in the history of the school — $50 million — will bolster OSU’s veterinary college. OSU officials announced Wednesday that the college will be named the Gary R. Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine, in honor of the donor. The money will …read more Read more here:: […]

Register Guard News: Bend driver accused of striking cyclist while intoxicated" rel="bookmark">Register Guard News: Bend driver accused of striking cyclist while intoxicated

BEND, Ore. — Prosecutors say a driver accused of killing a female Bend cyclist had berated other cyclists after she struck the woman. The Bulletin reports 41-year-old Shantel Witt is accused of hitting 38-year-old Marika Stone with her GMC pickup as Stone was cycling with two others in December. Witt …read more Read more here:: […]




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