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Changes Coming to Valley River Center

EUGENE, Ore. — There is going to be a lot change in the Valley River Center Mall over the next few months. Brand new retailers as well as some from other locations are already working their way inside. Lane Bryant, Candy Time and Maurice’s just recently opened and construction is already taking place in the … Continue reading »

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Eugene Man Arrested After Jumping Into Willamette River

A Eugene man wanted on a felony warrant was arrested by Oregon State Police (OSP) after he tried escaping by running and then jumping into the Willamette River near Valley River Center. His escape attempt came to an end when he realized he was going to drown if he stayed in the water, so he came back to shore where the trooper was waiting. On June 14, 2014 at approximately 12:25 p.m., an OSP Fish & Wildlife trooper was checking anglers along the Willamette River near the Beltline Bridge. The trooper contacted COTY WAYNERead More

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From spook-tastic fun to mad scientists, harvest festivities to haunted warehouses, there are so many events in Eugene for the whole family.

Halloween Fun for the Whole Family

From spook-tastic fun to mad scientists, harvest festivities to haunted warehouses, there are so many events in Eugene for the whole family — even for those who insist they are too mature for this year’s tricks and treats.

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Director, producer, cinematographer, writer and editor Jason Freeman brings his fourth film to the EIFF.

Interview With a Movie Producer

Day Two of the Eugene International Film Festival Q&A series on film-making focuses on producing. For that perspective, Ryan Beltram interviews Jason Freeman.

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The 6th annual Eugene International Film Festival runs October 19-21.

7th Annual Eugene International Film Festival Begins Oct. 19

The 7th annual Eugene International Film Festival kicks off Oct. 19. Anyone with a love for movies should check out this three-day event.

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Could the Mayor have spoken up and headed off a controversial direct protest by members of the Occupy Eugene movement? Councilman Poling thinks so. Was this a strategic move by incumbent mayoral candidate Piercy?

January 5 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: little wet, Poling upset with Piercy, BMX park clash, murder suspect mental fitness, purse thief, teen run over, 10yr sentence for driver, Food Bank CEO retires, vandalism bust, EV Boys & Girls club reopens, toplessness not a crime, Ridgeline expansion issues, mischief at mall, All State Billies, Pac-12 football schedule out…

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Occupy Eugene “Buy Nothing Day” results in one arrest

This Black Friday protest called “Buy Nothing Day”, was aimed at “encouraging people to spend time with their families rather than spending money on material objects often produced in sweatshops overseas,” according to the movement’s website.

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