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Meadow View School staff, administration and custodial services spent Friday sanitizing every surface after 26 people called out with norovirus like symptoms.
This change means no street parking, and that's not sitting well with some.
Zak Borg, vice president of PakTech, says the opportunity for growth is exponential and the most important thing to have when you apply is a good spirit and team-work mentality.
"He pretty much would have had to open the door while the car was almost in air still to get out that fast," said one witness.
Eugene's new riverfront park came to life Friday as the first of 20,000 native species were planted.
According to the Oregon Department of Corrections, billions are spent every year holding over 20,000 people in Oregon jails and prisons.
Hepburn was first reported missing on Jan. 2 after reportedly leaving his home early in the morning on his bike.
A major trade association is making a full-court press for skilled workers, and they're using a brand campaign to change attitudes.
LTD will go back to their board in March with changes and new system options, in May there will be a public hearing, and come June a decision will be made on what system to implement.
King Tides and flood warnings brought debris to the coastal shores and curiosity to the coastal locals.