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October 18 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: Warm afternoon – chance of showers in the evening, EPD gang briefing, stone citations, Occupy Camp, rapist sentenced, Civic Lights gone, UO enrollment breaks records, District closes, Darron Thomas recovered?

October 4 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: rain, EWEB to raise rates, UO-PD, Thurston bomb, Oakridge burglary, yard waste in Willamette, RIP Aaron Jamison, Duck golf, UO Running Club…

designBridge and The Small Farmers Project

Architecture students from the University of Oregon complete a year long design-build project for the Small Farmers’ Project, a cooperative of seven Latino families who grow organic berries in Lane County.

October 3 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: rainy, Coos Bay – Eugene rail line, EPD downtown enforcement, dress dash, Melt Banana, Duck soccer splits series, Duck Tennis takes 2 titles…

September 29 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: sunny, Franz on fire, Kitzhaber supports clinic, campus conceal carry ruling, Brink restitution set, predator re-arrested, homeless students, Outsiders want your valuables, Arlie out of VA race, Planned Parenthood in Glenwood, Edward Hawkins is the best driver, propane police car.

Records Are Made To Be Broken

What a performance, huh? LaMichael James ran wild for 288 yards in Oregon’s 56-31 victory against Arizona. More impressive is the fact that he also had 363 all-purpose yards, and both are new school records. It has also continued the chatter that this might the best back to ever wear a Duck uniform.

The Saturday Morning Post

Tim Chuey: warm, AB Park vendor crackdown, UofO groping response, drug shortage, ESD contract finalized, Goshen grass fire, Lookout Point arrest, lighting grants, Key Bank robbed again, school renovation bill, Gateway fire, Ice Center woes continue, last of the ’39 Ducks is gone…

Oregon Drops Pac-12 Opener 2-0

Defender Scout Libke summed up Friday’s disappointing 2-0 loss to Utah in Oregon’s Pac-12 conference opener succinctly: “We put in a lot of effort,” she said. “Everyone was working together, that type of thing but at the end of the day, that’s not going to win games. We have to figure out how to score goals.”

DUCK FOOTBALL: Patient, But Powerful

Freshman running back Tra Carson says his time will come; he never had a shortage of football while growing up in Texarkana, Texas. He’ll even concede that it’s almost like a religion in that part of the country.

Everything Just Keeps Moving Along

LaMichael impresses (again), your humble editor moves on from a mistake, and why the Ducks will continue to roll this weekend.




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