Brewery Holds Superbowl Watch Party

EUGENE, Ore. — The Elk Horn Brewery is having a watch party for local Seahawk and Patriot fans. The brewery has a 12th man special plate of appetizers and will be giving away prizes to people guessing scores each quarter. Since we’re in the Pacific Northwest the brewery expects quite a few Seahawk fans, but … Continue reading »

Verizon Launches Super Bowl App

MEDFORD, Ore. — A new application on smart phones is taking the 2015 Super Bowl experience to the next level. Verizon Wireless launched the Super Bowl Stadium app. Anyone with an iOS, Android or Windows smartphone through Verizon is able to download it. The app includes stadium seating charts, concession maps and Super Bowl commercials. The … Continue reading »

Seattle Seahawks’ Player Comes Home

LEBANON, Ore. — The City of Lebanon is gearing up for a big weekend celebration: welcoming Lebanon High School graduate and Seattle Seahawks’ player Paul McQuistan home. Anyone interested in meeting the Super Bowl champion is welcome to attend the festivities Friday evening and Saturday morning. The series of free events kicks off Friday at … Continue reading »

Local Fans Enjoy Super Bowl

EUGENE, Ore. — Seattle Seahawks fans in the area are loud and proud tonight after the historic win. From the cheers after each touchdown, it was pretty apparent one side outweighed the other. For one couple, the divide was a little more personal. “We butt heads a little bit but not too bad,” said Josh … Continue reading »

Super Bowl Weekend DUII Arrests Down

EUGENE, Ore. — Oregon State Police reported DUII arrests during this year’s Super Bowl weekend were down from last year. OSP troopers arrested 31 people on DUII charges, which is down from the 38 arrested last year. OSP troopers also responded to two fatal traffic crashes over the weekend. The first crash occurred sometime Friday … Continue reading »

Intoxicated Driver Hits Police Cruiser

BEND, Ore. — The Bend Police Department hopes a crash that happened Tuesday night reminds people to have a designated driver. Officers say one of their own was hurt when Tina Rae Taylor, 35, of Bend, hit a patrol car on the northbound lanes Bend Parkway. The patrol car was parked and the officer was … Continue reading »