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State livestock officials say one Lane County horse has died and four others from the same stable have tested positive for a neurological form of equine herpes virus.
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The state's medical marijuana dispensary program opened Monday. Rip City Remedies, among the existing dispensaries to apply online on opening day, sells immature marijuana plants to patients.
Eugene City Manager Jon Ruiz has recommended cutting $250,000 from Human Services discretionary funding as part of balancing the city budget for fiscal year 2015, which begins July 1. These cuts would manifest as "reductions in support to local nonprofit agencies such as Looking Glass, St. Vincent de Paul, Womenspace, Lane ShelterCare and a myriad ... (more)
Grupo Latino de Accion Directa 's Feb. 28 forum at St. Alice's church in Springfield focused on public safety.
Four hours after the factory shut down, the worker who had crawled into the depths of the conveyer belt finally finds the plastic bag that caused all the commotion.
Oregon's rural landscape, dotted with vineyards, farms, historic bridges, scenic bikeways, and small town charm, will be the highlight of the Eugene, Cascades & Coast GeoTour's latest edition, says Molly Blancett of Travel Lane County.
Mike Huckabee , the former right-wing presidential candidate, is coming to town April 2 as a fundraiser for the local Community Action Network.
The fight against genetically modified crops in Lane County is in the hands of Circuit Court Judge Charles Carlson, who is expected to rule on whether the Local Food System Ordinance complied with state constitutional requirements.
Douglas County Manager Steve Mokrohisky resigned on Wednesday, and some County Commissioners say they are upset and disappointed over the decision.
Whoville residents and supporters look at the City of Eugene's proposed rest stop site.
The Oregon State Bar on Tuesday said it has yanked the nomination of Liane Inkster -- formerly Liane Richardson -- to its Disciplinary Board after it learned that Inkster had been sacked by the Lane County Board of Commissioners for covertly boosting her pay in violation of county policy.
W. Keith Goody, standing in center, death-row inmate Gary Haugen, seated, and Andy Simrin, right, appear at a May 2011 hearing.
Comments by EW in the Feb. 6 issue about the "new economy" criticize Lane County and local communities for spending time and money to lure large companies to create jobs and tax revenues.