August 15 – Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines

Gov. Kitzhaber has signed the medical marijuana dispensaries bill. | image

Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines

Gov. Kitzhaber has  signed the medical marijuana dispensaries bill. | image
Gov. Kitzhaber has signed the medical marijuana dispensaries bill. | image


  • #16 – Daryle Hawkins
    August 15, 2013

    Oregon Ducks wide receiver Daryle Hawkins, a redshirt senior from Omaha Central High School (Omaha, Nebraska), enters his fifth season in the Oregon program.
  • Hunnicutt competes at junior national
    Springfield High’s Carlos Hunnicutt competed at the 2013 Speedo Junior National Championships last week in Irvine, Calif. The three-time OSAA Class 5A state swimming champion qualified for his first Junior Nationals in three events, the 400-and 2
  • Symmonds makes splash at Worlds
    Youth bested experience on Tuesday at the IAAF World Championships in Moscow. Five-time U.S. champion, two-time Olympian and Springfield resident Nick Symmonds ran a stellar race in the men’s 800-meter final and appeared to have his first interna 
  • Emeralds routed for second night in a row, fall 13-2 to Boise
    The Eugene Emeralds can’t wait to leave Boise, Idaho. After two games against the Hawks, the Emeralds have allowed 25 runs, 30 hits and have only managed to scratch across 3 runs of their own. Leading the offensive explosion for the Hawks has bee 
  • Governor signs medical marijuana dispensaries bill
    Critics pushed Kitzhaber to veto the dispensaries measure saying it could lead to abuses. 
  • Man accused of impersonating a police officer at mall
    A man faces a charge of Impersonating an Officer after he displayed a badge and gun at Gateway Mall last month, claiming to be an undercover police officer, Springfield Police said.
  • Dry July Forces Owners of Loon Lake to Close Camping Season
    Oregon recently had its driest July on record and it is having some unforeseen consequences on the Oregon summer, including the closing of overnight camping at Loon Lake.
  • Oregon Ducks Soccer Picked 11th in Pac-12 Conference
    Oregon Ducks soccer team was picked to finish 11th in the Pac-12 Conference Preseason Coaches’ Poll released this week. Oregon finished in 10th last season.
  • Former Oregon Ducks Golfer Robbie Ziegler Hired by University of Wisconsin
    Former Oregon Ducks golfer Robbie Ziegler has been hired on in a similar role by the University of Wisconsin. Badgers head coach Michael Burcin confirmed it.
  • George Walcott Named Head Track & Field Coach
    The Northwest Christian University athletic department announced on Wednesday that George Walcott has been named the new Head Coach for the NCU men’s and women’s Track & Field program.
  • Court offers youths a jury of their peers
    Before the start of official business at Cottage Grove’s Youth Peer Court, Judge Buck Kelty brought five fresh-faced defendants up to his bench. “In essence, you are being given a second chance,” Kelty said. “Had you been cited by a different agency, you might have wound up in a municipal or a circuit court. You’re getting a second
  • Case against city employee delivered to D.A.
    The Cottage Grove Police Department delivered evidence to District Attorney Bill Warnisher last week that police expect will lead to criminal charges for a former city employee. Police Commander Scott Shepherd said he’s confident that the results of an eight-month investigation into allegations of the embezzlement of funds from the City’s utility accounts will lead to charges

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