East Oregonian: DOJ Asks Judge To Dismiss Megaloads Petition

The Oregon Department of Justice is asking a Marion County Circuit Court judge to throw out a petition that would keep so-called "megaloads" off the road without increased public input.

Register-Guard: Eugene Native Lost In Mudslide Confirmed Dead

The Register-Guard | April 02, 2014 8 p.m.

The official confirmation that South Eugene High School graduate Tom Durnell was among the victims in last month's mudslide in Washington state provides limited solace to family members, Durnell's older brother said Wednesday.

KTVZ: OSU President Says Cascades Campus Site Won't Budge

KTVZ | April 02, 2014 8:06 p.m.

Oregon State University President Edward J. Ray delivered his "State of the University Address" in Bend on Wednesday, focusing on the recent developments regarding the OSU-Cascades Westside campus.

Grants Pass Daily Courier: Library District Petitions To Be Filed

Grants Pass Daily Courier | April 22, 2014 4:38 a.m.

Petitioners for an independent library district in Josephine County planned to file signatures Wednesday, thousands more than they need to put their proposal on the November ballot.

Register-Guard: Port Seeks $10 Million For Rail Bridge Upgrade

The Register-Guard | April 21, 2014 8 p.m.

The Port of Coos Bay will apply later this month for about $10 million in federal grant funding to help refurbish five bridges on its 134-mile rail line, which runs from Eugene to Coquille.

East Oregonian: Other Colleges To Copy Eastern Promise

East Oregonian | April 21, 2014 4:17 a.m.

Mark Mulvihill might consider cloning himself.

Herald And News: Huge Bear Killed In North Lake County

Herald and News | April 19, 2014 8 p.m.

A nearly 500-pound male black bear was legally killed by north Lake County ranchers earlier this month after it killed a large heifer and was found in the family's herd of cattle.

Register-Guard: UO Signs Beverage Deal Worth Millions

The Register-Guard | April 17, 2014 8 p.m.

Pepsi's local distributor will pay the University of Oregon nearly $5 million in cash, free or discounted drinks and other benefits over the next eight years to be the university's dominant drink supplier, according to documents obtained by The Register-Guard through a public records request.

Statesman Journal: Oregon Sheriffs Oppose Driver's Cards

Statesman Journal | April 17, 2014 1 p.m.

A state organization comprised of elected sheriffs voted Thursday to oppose Measure 301, a November ballot measure that would allow the state to issue driver's cards to residents who cannot prove their identities.

Perfect Night For Blazers: Records, Victories And No Injuries

Pamplin Media Group | April 17, 2014 5:17 a.m.

Things couldn't have gone a whole lot better for the Trail Blazers in their regular-season finale against the Los Angeles Clippers Wednesday night at the Moda Center.

Statesman Journal: Tiny Houses Popular In Northwest, But Banned In Salem

Statesman Journal | April 16, 2014 1 p.m.

Everyone loves them. Cute, inexpensive, and eco-friendly, tiny houses are popping up all over the Northwest.

New Program Takes Bite Out Of Kids' Tooth Decay

KTVZ | April 15, 2014 5:06 p.m.

It's an uphill battle against children's tooth decay. And so far, cavities are winning.

East Oregonian: City Of Milton-Freewater Fires Back On Water Problems

East Oregonian | April 15, 2014 4:01 a.m.

Milton-Freewater city leaders are not about to let state findings of contaminated water sink them into an annexation without a fight.

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