March 13 – Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines

The Springing has begun.


Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines

The Springing has begun.
The Springing has begun.


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    And Now!
  • Forest Resources official calls for more logging on federal land
    The housing market is recovering from the recession, the demand for timber is rising and Oregon — surrounded by federal forests that haven’t been logged for 20 years or more — is in a position to benefit economically, according
  • Search Underway for Robbery Suspect
    For the second consecutive night Eugene Police set up a perimeter, searching for a man they say robbed a Eugene business. They say a man walked up to the Albertsons on Coburg Road. He handed an employee at the pharmacy a note, dema
  • Armed Woman Stops Burglary

    Lisa Atkin said it was a long 23 minutes after she stopped an intruder at gunpoint after he broke into her home Wednesday morning. Now she’s spreading the message about how firearm training helped her stop a burglary.
  • Oregon Court: online commenter critical of business can be sued for defamation
    Christopher Liles posted a scathing critique of the Dancing Deer Mountain wedding venue, and one of the owners went after him with a $7,500 defamation lawsuit.
  • State Rests Rebuttal in Gillette Case

    The state rested its rebuttal Wednesday in the Johan Gillette double murder trial. Closing arguments in the case are now set for Friday. Three witnesses were called back to the stand in the state’s rebuttal, including Oregon
  • Eugene Airport Remodels Terminal Lobby

    A year of construction at the Eugene Airport is finally complete, and the public got its first look at all the work Wednesday. There are now brand new ticket counters and monitors, and the lobby space has been opened up. Airport of 
  • Oregon Secretary of State Visits UO

    Oregon’s Secretary of State thinks there are some major issues facing our nation’s voting system, and that was the focus of her visit to the University of Oregon School of Law on Wednesday. Oregon Secretary of State Kat
  • Long-term projections show broad-based job opportunities in Oregon
    Oregon will add 258,000 jobs between 2012 and 2022, according to new projections from the Oregon Employment Department. This represents a 15 percent increase in employment over 10 years. The growth stems from anticipated private-sector gains of 2 
  • Sheriff: Shoe-wielding suspect shocked with Taser
    A woman held an intruder at gunpoint until authorities arrived Wednesday morning. The man then refused to surrender to police, taking up a fighting stance armed with a shoe, the Lane County Sheriff’s Office said.more…


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