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Pendleton Round-Up Brings Old West Nostalgia To Eastern Oregon

The crowds in town for Round-Up events have peaked at 50,000 people in years past, tripling the population of Pendleton.


Osaka Cruises To US Open Victory Over Williams, Despite Late Controversy

Naomi Osaka, 20, defeated Serena Williams in straight sets to win her first-ever Grand Slam title.

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Legendary OSU Baseball Coach Pat Casey Announces Reluctant Retirement

Legendary Oregon State University baseball coach Pat Casey announced his retirement Thursday, in an emotional press conference.

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Out With South Eugene's 'Axemen,' In With The 'Axe' Team Name

The team name change was announced in February after some said that the Axemen name, which dated back more than 90 years, was sexist and excluded those who don’t identify as male.

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150 Miles From Eugene, Another Oregon Town Fights To Save Its Grandstand

The triangular track in Vernonia doesn’t meet national or international specifications and the grandstand is falling apart. But a group of supporters wants to save them.

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Nearly 2 Dozen Street Trees Felled In UO's Hayward Field Rebuilding Project

Sounds of chainsaws and tree branches breaking were heard throughout the university area as the trees came down one by one near the site of the demolished track and field stadium.

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UO Gives Peek At New Hayward Field Design Tweaks

Several tweaks have been made to the design of the new Hayward Field, including changes meant to re-create some of the old venue’s airy charm, the University of Oregon announced this week.

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UO Applies For Permit To Start New Hayward Field Foundation Work

The application is the first permit sought toward construction of the new Hayward Field after the city approved the demolition last month.

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Blazers GM Blasts Lillard To Lakers Rumors

The Portland Trail Blazers introduced two new players Friday, but at the same time, the head of basketball operations had to tamp down rumors about the team's best player.

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Migrant Workers The Key To Russia's Smooth-Running World Cup

Behind the veneer of Russia's World Cup are legions of migrant workers from Central Asia, who built the stadiums and keep them running.