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Located at the south end of the Willamette Valley, at the confluence of the McKenzie and Willamette rivers, about 50 miles east of the Oregon Coast, the city is known for its natural beauty, activist political leanings, alternative lifestyles, recreational opportunities (especially bicycling, running/jogging, rafting, kayaking), and focus on the arts. Eugene's motto is "The World's Greatest City of the Arts and Outdoors. "

Population: 154620
Local Newspapers: The Register-Guard
Local Sports Teams: Eugene Emeralds (Class A Minor-League Baseball) Oregon Ducks
Local Colleges: University of Oregon

Zip Codes associated with eugene, oregon: 97401 97402 97403 97404 97405 97408
Towns/Cities near eugene, oregon : Springfield Junction City Creswell Cottage Grove Harrisburg

Eugene News
Grade school's anti-border wall posters describe police as predators

But there was more. There was a drawing that included wire cutters and a barbed-wire fence.

Slant - 2018-01-18

"The community did it," he says. a As the Jan. 23 special election on Measure 101 draws closer we have gotten calls from people weirded out by a robo-type call from Republican state Rep. Cedric Hayden.

UO Planning to Expand Toward River

A debate is growing around the future of the riverfront near the University of Oregon campus: Keep the land as is, develop it as an extension of the University of Oregon campus, or focus on environmental and habitat restoration.

They Saved Our Butts

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."

Star Man

Josh Hodges has a confession: He doesn't like to dance. Which is only notable because the music he makes with popular Portland band STRFKR is so damned danceable.

Todd Albi

"When the hurricane hit, I wanted to do something," says Todd Albi, proprietor of SilverFire Disaster and Recreation Stoves in Eugene.

Oregon AD Mullens new playoff selection committee chairman

In this Nov. 29, 2016, file photo, Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens talks to the media in Eugene, Ore., after the firing NCAA college football head coach Mark Helfrich. Mullens will become the new chairman of the College Football Playoff selection committee starting next season, and three new Power Five ADs will join the 13-member panel.


KLCC's Angela Kellner sat down with Eric K. Ward last Friday when he was in Eugene for two speaking engagements at Temple Beth Israel. A rise in hate crimes in Oregon doesn't surprise this civil rights strategist but he says they don't happen in a vacuum.

Suspect fatally shot by deputy in Eugene identified

A man shot and killed by a Lane County Sheriff's Office deputy Monday has been identified as Robert Martinez Jr., a 42 year-old from Deadwood. According to police, the deputy responded about 4:50 p.m. to a report of a stolen car in the River Road area of Eugene.

PacWest Machinery Promotes Sumner to Service Manager

The PacWest Machinery team welcomes its newest member. are Tyson Gates, parts manager, Portland; Mike Stepan, sales representative; Tim Hurst, PacWest general manager of Oregon and southwest Washington; Scott Sumner, service manager of the Oregon market; Marty Krueger, sales representative; and Ed Kanable, sales representative.

Corning's glass is half full and rising

Today we associate the name with Gorilla Glass, which is widely used in the mobile industry, but Corning is also a big manufacturer of display glass for TVs, optical fiber for communications, and the glass in catalytic converters for cars. The company recently unveiled Valor Glass, a new glass packaging product for use in the pharmaceutical industry, and it's making further inroads in the automotive sector with car exteriors and interiors.

Captain of the Ship

Mr. Doug Paxton and his Executive Leadership Team have come under public and congressional scrutiny regarding alleged mismanagement and alleged "cooking" of Strategic Analytics for Improvement and Learning quality measures. Mr. Paxton is aggressively denying the allegations that have been levied against him and his ELT.

Police arrest man wanted for Lower Paxton Twp. armed robbery

John Peterson has never felt so carefree amid so much uncertainty. It's not just the Waikiki Beach air, either.

Fleeting Ducks football coach Willie Taggart lists Eugene home at $105,000 loss

It's tough to bet on sports. Who wins can be a toss up. Real estate results are a little less risky, especially in places where demand outpaces supply.

DeFazio discusses preliminary VA investigation results

After hearing a preliminary report from investigators Thursday, Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-Springfield, said he believes senior Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center officials will be reassigned or removed. DeFazio was briefed Thursday on the results of a recent investigation by the VA's Office of the Medical Inspector and the Office of Accountability and Whistleblower Protection.

Biz Beat 2018-01-11

Landfield says, "Tsunami has always been timely on rent, so that is not the issue," it is more an assurance to the new owners "that we can cover a 220 percent increase in rent."

Swastikas & Anti-Immigration Slogans Painted in Eugene

Two reports of swastikas on the Toys "R" Us building on Valley River Drive in Eugene were made to the Human Rights and Neighborhood Commission last week.

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