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  • Web Extra: Riley, Villamin and Brennan

    CORVALLIS, Ore.–Oregon State’s Mike Riley, Sean Mannion, Jordan Villamin and Brent Brennan discussed the injuries plaguing the Beavers, the tough challenge that is Stanford’s defense as well as Villamin’s breakout performance against Utah. Oregon State Head Coach Mike Riley: Oregon State Wide Receiver Jordan Villamin: Oregon State Wide Receivers Coach Brent Brennan: Oregon State Quarterback … Continue reading »

  • Fire Kills Roseburg Resident, Pets

    ROSEBURG, Ore. — Fire crews are trying to find the cause of a fire in Roseburg that left one person dead. It happened in the 100 block of Club Street at about 1 a.m. Monday. Douglas County fire crews found the front half of a mobile home engulfed in flames. One resident and a number … Continue reading »

  • Police Investigate Hwy. 20 Fatal Crash

    SISTERS, Ore. — A 6-year-old boy lost his parents and his sister this weekend after a wreck on Highway 20, west of the Santiam Summit. Family members say Fred and Tiffany Fefelov were on their way to a church retreat Saturday with their 7-month-old daughter when their car lost control on the wet road and … Continue reading »

  • Gas Prices Near $3 Per Gallon

    EUGENE, Ore. — Gas prices are dropping at stations all around town. Some are close to $3 a gallon. A local economist says this downward trend is because of falling oil prices. There are two reasons for this drop in price. There is either an increase in the supply of oil, meaning producers are drilling … Continue reading »

  • Council Gives Update on EWEB Development

    EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene City Council will give an update Monday night on the EWEB riverfront development. EWEB and the city have begun the initial stages of planning for that riverfront property. On Monday, the council will hear from its development division on what kind of role the city will play in the construction … Continue reading »

  • Veterans-Only Swim Gets Grant

    EUGENE, Ore. — Veterans in Eugene will get access to another form of therapy, thanks to a grant from the Oregon Country Fair Board. The funding makes a veterans-only swim at Tamarack Pool available to veterans at no cost. Staff members say the warm, therapeutic pool offers important healing aspects. Ted Vasquez, a disabled veteran, … Continue reading »

  • A Day in the Life of a Short-Order Cook

    EUGENE, Ore. — Frankie Gibson is general manager and chief cook at Brails Restaurant. “I started when I was like 17 at IHOP, and I worked there for 17 years. That’s where I learned how to cook,” Gibson said. He knows his way around a kitchen, especially a tight one like Brails in Eugene where … Continue reading »

  • PeaceHealth Celebrates New Building

    EUGENE, Ore. — PeaceHealth celebrated the completion of its new inpatient behavioral health building. Staff held a ribbon-cutting and open house event Monday morning. The $13.1 million project will provide 35 private beds, 20 of which are licensed as secure beds compared to eight in the existing unit. Staff say the new space is not … Continue reading »

  • Air Facility Closure Input Sought

    NEWPORT, Ore. — The public has a chance to give their input on the planned closing of the Coast Guard air facility in Newport. Rep. Kurt Schrader (D) is planning to attend, as well as spokespeople from both U.S. senators’ offices. The Newport Fishermen’s Wives are also speaking at the meeting. The Coast Guard will … Continue reading »

  • Eugene to Hold Hearing on Pot Tax

    EUGENE, Ore. — The public can voice its opinion on whether they think pot should be taxed in Eugene if it becomes legal statewide. City councilors held initial talks earlier this month, and most councilors say they aren’t too interested in imposing a tax, but they want to hear from the public before making a … Continue reading »

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