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Photos: Oregon Women’s Basketball – Ducks lose to the Beavers 84-70 in 92nd Civil War

The Oregon Women’s Basketball team travel north to Corvallis to seek redemption against the Oregon State Beavers on Monday Jan. 13. The Ducks experienced a disappointing 88-80 loss to the Beavers during the 91st Civil War on Saturday Jan. 11 and will look to control the game tempo in Monday’s …

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Individual has seizure inside Caspian

Eugene Fire and Rescue responded to a call at Caspian restaurant on 13th Avenue between Kincaid and Alder Street around 2:15 p.m. after a customer collapsed from a seizure. The employees made sure he was still breathing by the time emergency medical technicians arrived. “He kinda started collapsing. The (other customers) were …

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Life Cycle supports Oregon club cycling through sponsorship

Cycling can be an expensive sport, especially for someone who is just starting out. The upfront costs can creep into the thousands as the cyclist has to purchase not only a bike but also gear to keep themselves warm in the tumultuous Eugene weather. For many prospective cyclists the price …

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Find your new favorite cocktails in Eugene

Looking to find a more sophisticated beverage when desiring an alcoholic drink? Perhaps your 21st birthday has finally happened and the world of possibilities for drinks to consume became so much more achievable. Do yourself a favor and put away the plastic bottles of cheap alcohol and invest in some …

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Upcoming concerts that are worth your buck

January and February are great months in Eugene for upcoming concerts. Whether you’re looking to see a reggae group originating from Hawaii or a blues and R&B band who started out small, I’ve got the low-down on venues, prices and some of my favorite songs (just in case you’ve never …

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Wind advisory issued for early weekend

Eugene residents should expect a wet and windy weekend after the National Weather Service issued a wind advisory. Combined with weekend rain and showers, the report predicts winds of 15 to 30 mph, with gusts of 40 to 50 mph. The advisory is set to end on Saturday at 10 …

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Trevor Peterson makes a smooth transition from roller hockey to ice hockey

When you ask an ice hockey player where he learned to play, the answer is rarely Nipomo, Calif. The reason? There’s no place to play. Many ice hockey hopefuls had to head to other cities like Bakersfield or Oxnard, both two hours away. But senior Trevor Peterson — now a …

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From the Bier Stein to the Jackalope Lounge: This is Eugene’s ‘Golden Mile’

Everyone’s done the campus bar crawl. Start at Rennie’s, migrate to Taylor’s and get sick of it before heading to Webfoot. Head to Fathom’s afterward for a slice of pizza before closing out Max’s. But for those who truly want to experience the best of the Eugene bar scene, we’ve …

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Events in Eugene and Portland this weekend

In Eugene On-Campus Jan. 12, Chamber Music: The London Haydn Quartet with special guest Eric Hoeprich is coming to Beall Concert Hall, giving students the opportunity to de-stress and hear Haydn, Beethoven and Mozart; Beall Concert Hall(961 E. 18th Ave.), tickets range from $17-$39, 3 p.m. Off-Campus Jan. 10, Chance …

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Legal marijuana retailers open in Colorado: What is next for Oregon?

Stores across Colorado opened their doors and began selling marijuana legally starting on the first day of 2014. According to The Denver Post, 37 licensed stores across Colorado were allowed to begin selling at 8 a.m. “In terms of legalization in Colorado, I think it’s a step in the right …

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Band preview: Red Molly has a harmonious sound worth hearing

There’s something magical about a three-part female harmony in Americana and bluegrass music. It can enhance raw lyrical content into something powerful and beautiful. New York folk trio Red Molly is no exception. Group members Laurie MacAllister, Abbie Gardner and Molly Venter blend their voices effortlessly that it almost distracts …

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Check out what movies are coming out this term

Winter for the movies brings a variety, featuring everything from stolen art masterpieces to dystopian societies. Escape the cold and use those Fandango gift cards grandma gave you for Christmas at Eugene’s cinematic establishments. JANUARY Lone Survivor: It’s 2005 and four U.S. Navy SEALs are on a mission to capture …

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Andrew Van Asselt uses fashion to fight against human trafficking

A little girl’s rough hands slowly linked with his. He froze. Her touch startled him, woke him and opened his eyes. He stood there still, too scared to glance down at her. Bright red and green lights flash obnoxiously. The smell of old wet trash is in the air. His …

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Cyclist hit by car at 18th and Hilyard

A bicyclist was hit by a car at approximately 7 p.m. on Monday night at the intersection of Hilyard Street and 18th Avenue. The Eugene Police Department received the call at 7:11 p.m. and  arrived shortly after, according to Officer Trevor Hart. The victim, Ashleigh Fischer, a UO architecture graduate student, was …

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Finals delayed until 10 a.m. Monday at University of Oregon

Final exams will be delayed until 10 a.m., Monday, according to a release from the University of Oregon Office of Communications. Tests scheduled at 8 a.m., 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. will be rescheduled. Students whose schedule has been impacted by the delay will be notified by email later this evening …

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Create! Eugene hopes to drive art-based local tourism

Students sticking around Eugene this summer can look forward to a brand new way to express their creativity. Throughout the month of August, Create! Eugene, a workshop-driven celebration of the arts, will showcase exhibitions and demonstrations in its inaugural attempt to get creative juices flowing. The festival, hosted by the Arts and Business Alliance of Eugene, will …

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Places in Eugene and Portland to celebrate the apocalypse

Whether you’re one of that 10 percent and want to celebrate your last day on Earth or you just want an excuse to dance, here is a list of events in Eugene and Portland to keep you partying like it’s 1999.

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Video: College GameDay visits Eugene

Duck fans showed their spirit early Saturday morning for ESPN’s College GameDay show.

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Eugene's proposed Social Host Ordinance for new party rules may have overlooked issues

There has been a lot of talk about the proposed Social Host Ordinance and how it will affect the city of Eugene, especially students. The ordinance deals with “unruly gatherings,” which are defined as “a party or gathering of five or more persons where alcohol is served or consumed” that …

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Eugene electronic shops for repairs, parts and games

If you’re new to town or electronics and find yourself missing a few cords or in need of a new game, here’s a list of electronics stores to help you with your troubles: Thompson’s Electronics: If you’re looking for stereo equipment, patch cables or video devices of any kind, Thompson’s …

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Top 5: News stories from around Oregon on Oct. 26

EmX crash An EmX bus and an SUV crashed Friday afternoon on Franklin Boulevard and Onyx Street, reported KEZI. Police are still investigating the accident, though there were no serious injuries reported. Only the SUV remains to be towed. Mill worker regains arm Jesus “Jessie” Cardonda Gonzales, 40, severed his arm …

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Top 5: News stories from around Oregon

School bus driver hero Newport school bus driver Jim McIntyre saved the life of student passenger, Nekko Deutsch, from choking on a plastic ice cube during a ride back home, reported KGW. McIntyre gave Deutsch the Heimlich maneuver twice before spitting out the object. Because Deutch was a practical joker …

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Homecoming parade, Cirque du Soleil among several Friday events that may cause heavy traffic

Parts of 13th Avenue, Agate Street, 15th Avenue and University Street will be closed Friday between 5 -6 p.m. due to the ASUO’s homecoming parade, according to a University of Oregon Police Department news release. No vehicles will be allowed in or out from 4:30 p.m. until the end of …

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Top 5: Stories from Oregon for Oct. 20 and 21

Missing girl’s body found, suspect arrested Gresham resident, Jonathan Holt, 24, was arrested on Friday for the murder of Whitney Heichel, reported The Oregonian. Holt was transferred to the Clackamas County Jail on Sunday, after officials believed the murder happened in Clackamas County. He is being held without bail and …

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Eugene Race for the Cure goes on despite Planned Parenthood controversy

The annual Race for the Cure event took place Sunday morning at Autzen Stadium despite facing recent criticism.

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Top 5: News from around Oregon on Oct. 19

University of Phoenix announces closure of Oregon locations University of Phoenix will close three campuses in Oregon, including in Salem, Tigard and Portland, due to low student enrollment, reports the Statesman Journal. The school’s parent company, Apollo Group Inc., announced closure of 115 of the university’s smaller locations, which will …

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Top 5: News stories from around the world on Oct. 19

Eight dead in Beirut blast A bomb exploded in the Christian section of Beirut, Lebanon and killed eight, including Lebanese security official, Brig. Gen. Wissam al-Hassan, reports The New York Times. The blast also wounded dozens and counting. Five hour evacuation at Texas A&M Texas A&M University campus was evacuated …

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Eugene Police Department kicks off Warm Clothing Collection

The Eugene Police Department is collecting winter clothes for the Warm Clothing Collection drive at the West University Station on East 13th Avenue and Alder Street from now to Nov. 19. The event is organized by Officer Randy Ellis. EPD will send all donations to community service agencies that help …

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Social media: Students react to wet weather via Twitter

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