November 9 – Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines

Exodus? | Photo - Tim Chuey

Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines

Exodus? | Photo - Tim Chuey
Exodus? | Photo – Tim Chuey
  • Willamette wins family affair

    Martine, Brian and Alycia Wodke will always remember Friday night’s Class 5A state semifinal volleyball match. Brian and Alycia just might remember it a bit more fondly. Brian’s No. 6-ranked Wolverines defeated No. 2-ranke 
  • No. 4 Trojans sweep Oregon

    Ebony Nwanebu had 10 kills and Alice Pizzasegola had 22 assists to lead No. 4 USC to a 25-20, 25-20, 25-18 victory over Oregon in Pac-12 volleyball on Friday night at the Galen Center. Alexis Ogard had eight kills and Samantha Brici
  • Sheldon sacks Lincoln
    Yadie Dunmore rushed for 102 yards and three touchdowns to lead No. 4 Sheldon to a 56-28 victory over Lincoln in the first round of the OSAA Class 6A state football playoffs Friday night at Sheldon High. The Irish (8-2) overcame a sluggish first half w
  • Ducks are best in the Far East

    No. 19 Oregon used speed and clutch free throw shooting to overcome Georgetown’s size and hustle. Joseph Young scored 24 points and grabbed five rebounds to lead the Ducks to an 82-75 season-opening victory over th
  • Local app ‘Enlightens’ drivers of traffic light duration
    For many drivers, red lights raise their blood pressure several notches. Eugene high-tech startup Green Driver’s new G.P.S. app called ‘Enlighten’ can help relieve the stress of red lights.
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  • Alabama fans poke fun at Oregon with ‘We Forgot Stanford’ shirt design
    Alabama football fans certainly didn’t forget the “We want Bama” T-shirts created by two Oregon students. Following Oregon’s 26-20 loss to Stanford Thursday night, Crimson Tide fans posted a picture with the original “We w 
  • Get fit with 5k ‘Run with the Duck’ at Hayward Field
    A solution has finally arrived for University of Oregon students struggling to stay active in the brisk fall season. Healthy Oregon, an initiative program on campus supporting a healthy lifestyle, is hosting their fifth 5k race: Run with the Duck. On N
  • Live in Central Eugene? Leaf collection starts Tuesday
    The cities of Eugene and Springfield both provide leaf removal services. Lane County handles unincorporated areas of both cities. Leaf collection starts in Central Eugene on November 12.

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