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Ralston and Big Fifth Inning Push Sheldon to Victory


Mike Ralston was once again dominant on the hill for Sheldon, recording his second straight shutout and the teams' fourth in a 7-0 triumph over the Thurston Colts. Sheldon is now in sole possession of first in the Southwest League and has a chance to win the league title when they host Grant on Wednesday.

South Eugene Holds Back Thurston Rally


Joe Schindler paved the way for South Eugene's second league victory of the season on Wednesday, dazzling on the mound and at the plate to lead the Axemen to a 4-3 victory over the Thurston Colts. The future Northwestern Wildcat pitched a complete game while going 1-for-3 with a home run.

March 30 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: warm and sunny, Marcola road injury accident, drowning at Splash!, medical dump site found, child spying evidence seized, pioneer cemetery vandalized, Pro-Pot billboard across from treatment center, EPD after police impersonator, Lane County crash spree, gang affiliation bill, Dalia on Broadway opens, UO Softball dominates, Thurston downs Fairview, Ducks Season ender against Louisville.

March 21 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: clouds and showers, Timber industry victory, Breaking and entering and porn?, Tall Man robbery suspect identified, EPD audit turns up trouble, Tuition Aid cut for National Guard, RIP Riley Campbell, fight over Vietnam memorial, Illegal Immigrant tuition bill passes Senate panel, Union Pacific herbicide spraying to start, Gas leak closes Spfd street, School employee awards, Ex-Axeman shines, Thurston grad Hendrickson at bat, OSU to host Pac-12 gymnastics, Mercedes Russell - national player of the year

March 7 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: increasing sunshine, Mini Pet Mart robbed, rapist using false identity, skate park gets go-ahead, car in water, overturned big rig, missing skier found, Sprinfield Art Walk, call center coming to downtown, Akers pleads to manslaughter, Schools threaten cuts/layoffs again, Deli robber sentenced, Merrill and Emery take Outstanding teen pageant, Sports updates...

December 31 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: Cold!, bus crash fatalities, gunfire in Spfd, Valley West lawsuit, missing Spfd couple, County eyes city center site, LCOG update, Thurston charity outreach, UO lands $111 Mil, Millers beat Southridge, Lane beats Chemeketa, N Eugene loses to Marshfield

Prep Basketball Holiday Weekend Preview


Churchill has been dominating thus far while the rest of the local teams are hoping to make a mid-season break away. With all of the local teams playing in holiday tournaments, here's the weekend slate ahead.

Thurston girls soccer writes perfect ending with state championship


HILLSBORO — All the skinned knees, twisted ankles, exhausting practices and heartbreaking losses Thurston’s girls soccer players have endured over the recent years are just a fading memory now. The Colts are on top of the mountain. There are no mor...

Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: a break in the weather today, man accused of raping dancer, bank robbery suspect arraigned, RIP Andy Morgenstern, Write-In ballot count is underway, Governors want tax breaks for wind power extended, Eugene school board on school schedules, Willamette Street changes coming, mushroom picker hunt, anti-trapping measure slated for 2014 ballot, UO's Hasay earns top honor, Tracktown update, WillHi soccer final, Thurston soccer advances

Caitlyn Jobanek’s goal lifts Thurston to Class 6A girls soccer final


PORTLAND — Thurston’s work rate was rewarded in the 76th minute of its Class 6A girls soccer semifinal against Grant when Caitlyn Jobanek slid onto a well-placed cross and scored the only goal of the game at Delta Park. The 1-0 victory preserved th...

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