Eugene Police Department (EPD) officers arrested a man after responding to reports of a fight outside of White Bird Clinic-Crisis Service Center on 12th Avenue and Mill Street at around 8:15 p.m. on Friday.
The #16 ranked Oregon Ducks volleyball team cruised to an easy victory over the Cal Poly Mustangs at Matt Knight Arena on Tuesday evening — winning in straight sets, 25-19, 25-22 and 25-17.
The Eugene Emeralds gave a last fight in a close game against the Vancouver Canadians in the Northwest League Playoffs on Wednesday night. For more information on the game read Kenny Ocker’s write-up.
The Eugene Emeralds gave up eight runs in the sixth inning to lose the second of their three game playoff series against the Vancouver Canadians on Tuesday night.
The night ended in bitter disappointment for the #3-ranked Oregon Ducks as they failed to replicate last year’s perfect regular season record by starting their 2011-2012 schedule off with a loss to the #4-ranked LSU Tigers.
The GEAR UP Student Leadership Retreat wrapped up its final day on campus. The program’s main focus is to give it’s students, comprised of 7th-9th grade students from the surrounding Eugene area, the skill set they’ll need to succeed in a higher education setting and life.
The University of Oregon Gospel Choir gears up to defend their national title at the Disney Gospel Choir Fest. As they prepare,
the choir looks to the community for support.
Oregon football had it’s first day of official practice today, August 8, on the grass practice fields near the Casanova Center following this morning’s media day interviews.
Music, crafts, food and beer weren’t the only things available in the Whiteaker neighborhood today as its residents welcomed those from the rest of Eugene and the surrounding areas with open arms to kick off the 5th Annual Whiteaker Block Party.
The 3rd annual Willamette Valley Blues and Brews Festival, in support of Springfield/Eugene Habitat for Humanity and FOOD for Lane County, kicked off today at Island Park in Springfield.
Winter Green Farm is a local farm in Noti, Oregon that employs organic, biodynamic farming methods. It is owned by three families and produces produce, pesto, and natural beef.
The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA) will play host to a new exhibit, “The Making of David McCosh: Early Paintings, Drawings, and Prints,” which details the artist’s life and growth as an artist. University graduate Danielle Knapp, curating her first exhbit, spent a year working to build the comprehensive …
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwM18NTVA9E?hl=en&fs=1&w=425&h=349] Veneta, Oregon sees its numbers swell for three days of music, art, food, costumes and people of all shapes, colors and backgrounds. It’s called the Oregon Country Fair, and this village of sorts welcomes people from around the country and world. Check out the cast of characters …
Here are some photos from the 2011 Oregon Country Fair, which attracted thousands of people. Some came dressed in costumes and wore face paint , while others wore next to nothing. Vendors, drum circles, and musical performances kept the crowds entertained.
Wandering through the maze that is the Oregon Country Fair, taking in the sights, sounds and smells, one thing struck me in particular; everyone is different–and I mean that in the best way possible. The fairgrounds are oozing with a diverse array of interesting individuals and the more I talked with those I met the more astonished I became.
Today was the first day of the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championship at Hayward Field. Athletes and past Olympians traveled from all over the country to compete in this meet. Many familiar faces were there too, such as Gayland Rupp, Ashton Eaton, and Andrew Wheating. Check back for more photos after tomorrow’s events.
What started as a scoreless pitchers duel turned disastrous in the fifth inning as the Eugene Emeralds leaked eight runs to the visiting Boise Hawks and never recovered. Using a total of five different pitchers throughout the game, the Ems’ pitching staff failed to hit their stride as the team’s bats stayed equally as ineffective.
Cirque du Soleil’s Dralion started its five day stay in Eugene last night, June 8, 2011. The show will run through June 12 before moving on to Portland, Oregon as part of their North American tour.