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Uber and Lyft take to the streets of Eugene and Springfield

As students return to the University of Oregon for fall term, they will find new transportation options for traveling to the airport, football games, bars and anywhere else in Eugene and Springfield. Both popular ride-hail services Uber and Lyft began operating in the two cities this week. Lyft kicked off …

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Have you registered to vote?

The League of Women Voters of Lane County reminds students that Oct. 13, is the last day to register to vote or update registration information before the Nov. 3 election. Students can register online or in person at the Lane County elections located at 275 W. 10th  from 9 a.m. till …

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Club SportsSports

Undefeated season is the goal as Oregon men’s club soccer begins new year

As with everything that happens in Eugene, rain began to fall during one of the Oregon men’s club soccer double day practices the week before school began. “It’s really no big deal at all,” assistant coach Luke Connolly said as water dripped from his soaked jacket. “Rain is no problem …

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Where not to eat: A map of Eugene’s restaurant inspection scores

Reading the map: Red markers indicate restaurants that received a score of 70 or below. Yellow markers indicate a score between 71-89 and green markers represent score of 90 or better. Click the markers for the restaurant’s name, address and recent inspection score. How clean and sanitary is your favorite restaurant? Eugene …

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Here’s what happened: The sequence of events leading up to the district attorney’s dismissal of the alleged case against Dotson, Artis and Austin

Editor’s Note: A previous print version of this article incorrectly stated that Altman said that Oregon “felt (Austin’s violation at Providence College) was something of a serious nature.”   January 6, 2014 Brandon Austin transfers to Oregon from Providence College in Rhode Island midway through the basketball season. Austin had …

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Support group for male survivors of sexual assault to begin early April

Sexual Assault Support Services of Lane County offers a variety of useful services for survivors of sexual assault and abuse who are seeking help and guidance. This spring, SASS’s support group coordinator Jessica Mason plans to form a male-identified support group, which is specially focused on survivors who are 18 and older. SASS …

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Top 5: News from around Oregon on Sept. 26

State plans elevated pedestrian/bike path connecting Eugene to Glenwood Construction has begun on an elevated 1,300-foot-long pedestrian and bicycle path that will run next to Franklin Boulevard under the I-5 Willamette River bridge that connects Eugene to Glenwood, according to The Register-Guard.  Officials hope it will provide a more practical connection …

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County commissioners pass Peter DeFazio's logging revival

The Lane County Board of Commissioners voted 3-2 last Wednesday in support of Congressman Peter DeFazio’s proposal to support more logging on federal forests in Lane County.

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Lane County not considering vote to ban BPA

The Multnomah County Commissioners voted unanimously last Thursday to ban the sale and manufacture of common products that contain the organic chemical compound Bisphenol-A (BPA).

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