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Meet Your Merchant: Drain business fulfills dream for brides
Bonnie Morgan, the owner of Exclusively Bridal in Drain, displays one of the several hundred wedding dresses that hang in the store.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Closures, delays and snow routes already announced for Tuesday
Corvallis campus announces delayed opening for Tuesday and change in early/late finals.
Eugene area school closures: Springfield, Eugene school districts closed Tuesday
A pedestrian crosses E. 6th Avenue in the snow in downtown Eugene, Ore. on Friday, Dec. 6, 2013.
Sheriff: $5 drug deal turns into pocketknife-point robbery
A $5 drug deal turned into a trip to jail after a 21-year-old grabbed a pocketknife away from his 17-year-old would-be customer and robbed him Sunday afternoon, the Lane County Sheriff's Office said.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Chains required south of Eugene on snow-packed I-5
Crews are still working to clear Interstate 5 of packed snow and ice in central and southern Oregon after a December storm dropped a blanket of snow on the southern Willamette Valley.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Letter Carrier's food drive to replenish Food for Lane County pantry
The cold weather and snow has Food For Lane County concerned about their food supply, as they expect to see more people come through their doors for a hot meal.
Salem detective shoots man in I-5 stop
Oregon State Police say a Salem police detective driving south on Interstate 5 near Albany with a federal investigator shot and wounded a driver that the two officers stopped for reckless driving.
Oregon is especially hard hit by food stamp cuts
Oregon's slow rebound from the Great Recession is setting the state apart as one of the hardest hit by reductions in food stamp funding -- $84 million was cut this year from the safety net that has helped one in five Oregonians through the sluggish recovery.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Man disappears near Oakridge
A 48-year-old man is missing near Oakridge, the Lane County Sheriff's Office said.
Snow in forecast for Eugene, Roseburg and Coos Bay
Imagine a map of Oregon. Now draw a line from Newport east to Corvallis and up the Cascades to Santiam Pass.
Out of Pocket
Saving energy and improving energy efficiency is vital to restoring the environment, reducing carbon emissions that contribute to global climate change and creating sustainable jobs.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Ready, set, snow: Ski shop, tire store busy ahead of forecast storm
EUGENE, Ore. - Steve Abbott shopped for boots at Berg's Ski Shop for himself and his wife Wednesday as they get ready to snowshoe for the first time.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Deep freeze: Bitter cold temperatures, then a chance of snow by week's end
Ice formed on Multnomah Falls in December 2008. Expect a repeat this week as temperatures plunge into the teens and even single digits east of the Cascades.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Audubon Society of Portland's Meryl Redisch stepping down as executive director
Meryl Redisch, executive director of Audubon Society of Portland since 2003, will step down from the top spot next year though hopes to stay involved with the organization part-time, she said Monday.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Where Sea Water Fires Into Air, Oregon Coast Spouting Horns
They do what seems a bit counter-intuitive for Pacific ocean waves. They go upwards, sometimes straight upwards.
The Ashland Daily Tidings
Food stamp cuts hit Ore. families hard
Casey Beason, her boyfriend and 2-year-old daughter were facing an interminable Thanksgiving weekend in their cracker-box apartment on Roosevelt Boulevard while they waited for their Oregon Trail food stamp card to recharge.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Tests could boost students' writing
Oregon is replacing its state academic standards with the Common Core, a series of national standards for reading and math.
Sheriff: One stabbed during dispute in north Eugene
Two people were taken to the hospital Saturday morning after a dispute in a Santa Clara/River Road neighborhood, the Lane County Sheriff's Office said.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Other voices: Enforce tobacco laws to reduce illegal smoking
Fifteen percent of 11th graders in Lane County are smokers. Eighteen percent of adults smoke.
Give Once, Get Repeatedly
Giving something that will end up stuck in a junk drawer or regifted is no fun for the giver or the giftee.