CrimeNews

Weekend police blotter — Sept. 30 through Oct. 2

Minors in possession East 20th Avenue and Alder Street Sept. 30, 10:25 p.m. Large group of approximately 20 underage people are seen walking northbound on Alder Street with open containers. Loud noise East 14th Avenue and Mill Street Sept. 30, 11:09 p.m. 50-plus people in the parking lot of The …

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NewsPolitics

Kitzhaber gets excited about green businesses

Governor John Kitzhaber addressed union members Tuesday morning in Eugene to discuss innovative ways of getting Oregonians back to work. “Some of the best ‘green’ innovations are coming from existing companies who adapt their approach to changing markets,” Kitzhaber said. “Oregon is a leader in clean technology, clean energy, and …

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Opinion

13th Avenue's facelift

If you’re like me, you’re curious as to what the new developments on 13th Avenue are, and what them mean. Sure enough, I’m just curious enough to try and find out.

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Arts & CultureBack to the Books

Top 10 things to accomplish to consider yourself a true Eugenean

There’s plenty of interesting things to do in Eugene, but until you do these, you’re not really a resident of the Emerald City.

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NewsPolitics

Students impact politics and politics impact students

Just because most University students seldom leave the comfort of campus neighborhoods doesn’t mean they’re not affected by the politics of Eugene as a whole.

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Video: Tommy Tutone Highlights

Highlights from Tommy Tutone’s set at the Lane County Fair on Aug. 19, 2011.

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Opinion

McKivor: Progress in campus-area neighborhoods isn’t all bad

In Deborah Bloom’s article, many citizens complained about the noise and the fact that these modern apartment buildings do not fit in with the character of the neighborhood. Change can be bothersome to those who already have roots in the neighborhood, but on both accounts, get over it.

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Video: A Fair to Remember

[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 …

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Video: Meet Revolver

Beatles tribute band, Meet Revolver, comes together in Eugene, Ore. for a Summer concert. The “Fab 4” impersonators headlined the “Art and the Vineyard” festival on Saturday. July 2, 2011 at Alton Baker Park.

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Video: Cottage Grove Wiener Dog Races

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5XlWRoEZg0&hl=en&fs=1]   On Saturday June 25, Cottage Grove hosted the 4th Annual Wiener Dog Races.  The event, which was a fundraiser for Little League and Cottage Grove Humane Society, pitted wiener dogs against each other in fast-paced, entertaining races.  Families enjoyed the sunny day packed with everything from costume …

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Multimedia

Video: Hiking Spencer Butte

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8sgWBAYugc&hl=en&fs=1]   University of Oregon students and Eugene residents take a trek up one of Eugene’s most popular and scenic hiking trails.

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VIdeo: Biking under construction

By: Branden Anderson | Tyree Harris University students and Eugene residents speak on the construction on 13th, and how it is makes biking in Eugene difficult.

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Students streak through University of Oregon’s Knight Library

Eight protestors ran stark naked through the Knight Library on Wednesday night in a demonstration intended to empower University students.

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Architecture students reinvent South Willamette for Eugene city planners

Focus on transportation, density and mix between business and living is central in designs.

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Memorial Day celebration brings attention to Eugene Pioneer Cemetery

For the volunteers who take care of the cemetery throughout the year, the event exemplified their dedication to it, rewarding them for their hard work in the lead-up to the ceremony, after they spent the previous Friday cleaning out the undergrowth in the 16-acre plot.

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CrimeNews

Home invasion robbery near campus sparks Eugene Police investigation

Eugene police are investigating a home invasion robbery that occurred at the home of a University student along 17th Avenue near Hilyard Street shortly after 1 p.m. Thursday afternoon.

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CrimeNews

Eugene leads state in pedestrian fatalities, study shows

Eugene and Springfield streets are more dangerous for pedestrians than anywhere else in Oregon, according to a report released by Transportation for America, a national transportation advocacy group.

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NewsPolitics

Summer construction projects to improve streets around campus

College students will return home, or start internships, and the city of Eugene, the city of Springfield, Oregon Department of Transportation, Lane County and the Lane Transit District will start construction projects to make the county ready for the fall, which inevitably will bring more college students and more rain.

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CrimeNews

The Weekend Police Blotter, May 20–22

This week’s round-up of the weekend’s 911 calls includes a 10-woman brawl at Ducks Village and a spontaneous and confusing car chase.

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Public Works Day draws more than 1,000 children to explore Eugene’s inner workings

1,300 students from 40 different schools enjoyed the 20th annual Public Works Day at the Eugene Public Works Yard.

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