March 15 – Morning Headlines


The morning headlines:

Tim Chuey Weather Forecast
More rain and wind, hopefully not as much as over the weekend.
Freddy’s best for Civic site, panel says
The proposal to build a Fred Meyer store on the 10-acre Civic Stadium site through a land lease should be strongly considered by the structure’s cash-strapped property owner, the Eugene School District.
Time capsule contains bit of irony
As others have learned, to beat the drums on the opening of a time capsule is to roll the dice as well.
Its for my glaucoma
Dylan Richard Weiss was arrested by an Oregon State Police trooper on charges that he was driving under the influence of intoxicants — in a car whose trunk contained approximately 5 pounds of marijuana.
Tree falls on Springfield home
Doctors are calling a Springfield man a “walking miracle” after a tree sliced his home in half, pinning him to his sofa.
Brian Lanker, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, dies in Oregon at 63
Brian Lanker, who won the Pulitzer Prize for feature photography in 1973, has died at his Eugene home.
Retirement home sues over renovation job
Cascade Manor has sued Chambers Construction and Ankrom Moisan Associated Architects.
Why is there no looting in Japan?
This isn’t local, but it is worth a moment.

Kelly Asay is an entrepreneur, software developer and performing musician. As the publisher of Eugene Daily News, Asay is continually searching, finding and promoting the best unknown journalists, photographers and inspirational people from all over Lane County.

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