November 13 – Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines

Leaf pile violators beware...

Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines

Leaf pile violators beware...
Leaf pile violators beware…


  • Ems’ owner buys into soccer club
    The Eugene Emeralds are getting into soccer. The Elmore Sports Group, which owns the Eugene Emeralds, has purchased an ownership stake in Redside Sports, LLC, which runs the Lane United Football Club that recently bought a franchise in the semi-profess 
  • Helfrich promotes Wogan to Ducks’ starting kicker
    Mark Helfrich doesn’t like to kick field goals. But the next time Oregon’s coach decides to allow one of his kickers to trot out for a three-point attempt, it will be Matt Wogan. Helfrich announced on Tuesday that Wogan, a true freshman, ha
  • Ducks play to the whistle
    Not even the whistle blowers could slow down the Ducks. Despite having Paul Westhead’s fast-break style interrupted by 50 foul calls and 74 free throws, Oregon sprinted past Portland with a 113-86 victory over the Pilots on Tuesday night at Matth
  • Peacehealth To Close Long-Time Doctor Office

    Considered the town doctor, Dr. Marlon Fletchall of PeaceHealth Medical Group on West Seventh Avenue will be moving his practice to another location by the end of the year. PeaceHealth will be consolidating Fletchall and his staff
  • Truck crashes through fence, rolls off of Highway 99
    Two teenagers climbed out of a rolled pickup truck with some bumps and bruises Tuesday after one of them had crashed through a fence off of Highway 99, emergency responders said.
  • Suspect wanted in campus area assault
    A University of Oregon student reported she was sexually assaulted Saturday, Nov. 9, just after 12 a.m. while walking near 18th Avenue and Alder Street. The student was shoved to the ground and sexually assaulted by a person she didn’t know.
  • County OKs 99-year lease with Eugene ‘urban village’ developer
    A $67 million downtown development took a step forward Tuesday when the Lane County Commission approved a 99-year lease agreement with a development group headed by former Eugene mayor and 5th Street Market owner Brian Obie.
  • School locks down as deputy apprehends wanted man
    A wanted man led a deputy on a chase before being apprehended on the playground at Harrisburg Elementary School.
  • Eugene deploys online tracking in spread offense on leaf piles
    A live online map now allows Eugene residents to track the progress of crews collecting fall leaf piles from city streets as they spread out to simultaneously cover three separate zones across the city.

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