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At least three more employees of The Register-Guard have lost jobs, apparently as part of a new round of layoffs by its new corporate owners,... [Read More]
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Almost 30,000 Lane County voters re-elected Phil Carrasco to the Lane Community College Board of Directors on May 21. However, Carrasco had resigned after being... [Read More]
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Life is serious business, a lesson learned through hard-fought experience. However, failed marriages and clumsy aging are not to be taken in earnest, according to... [Read More]
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The tiny Humboldt marten was thought to be extinct back in 1996. But the cat-sized predator is not only alive, it's taken up residence in... [Read More]
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Last week, less than a week after the historic statewide teacher walkout, the state Legislature approved the Student Success Act. The law will provide an... [Read More]
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Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire's Good People, at Oregon Contemporary Theatre in a run that's been extended through June 8, is a classically constructed play... [Read More]
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Death and taxes no longer sum up the inevitable in Oregon. Due to dwindling financial support from the state, Oregonians can now add tuition increases... [Read More]
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Saving the world with kindness — it may sound overly optimistic, but a small group of Eugene residents are trying to do so. Their first... [Read More]
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With sadness and great memories, I noted the passing of David Lunney last week. David was the artistic director at the Oregon Repertory Theater (ORT)... [Read More]
In the upcoming presidential battle, many look-alike candidates will pop up trying Bernie Sanders' hard-earned approach. They will talk like Bernie and may even genuinely... [Read More]
Tags: Bernie - Still - Feeling
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as a resident Eugene beer drinker, I was flattered to find out that Central Oregon powerhouse Sunriver Brewing wanted to open a satellite pub in... [Read More]
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