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List | 10 420 Musical Nods On April 20th
The history of 4/20 has been written out a fair bit in recent years. Whether it was NPR's 2006 It's 4/20; Where Are All My Co-Workers segment on All Things Considered or this year's deep-dive by the new website Vox and their piece 4/20, America's stoner holiday, explained .
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Sat Apr 19, 2014
Police find person dead inside burning North Eugene home
Police said neighbors reported hearing what sounded like gunshots coming from the house on Woodside Drive at around 6:45 a.m. Saturday.
Metal Center News
6-29-11 News: Farwest Steel Will Build Facility
West Coast service center company Farwest Steel Corp., Eugene, Ore., has purchased 20 acres of land at the Port of Vancouver USA.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
The News Tribune
Oregon wines fly free on Alaska during May
Portland – In honor of Oregon Wine Month, the Oregon Wine Board, Travel Oregon and Alaska Airlines have partnered to bring back the Oregon Wines Fly Free program.
Court hears opening statements in Taylor murder trial
David Ray Taylor stands accused of murdering a Eugene man and then taking the man's car to rob a bank in Mapleton.
Federal judge sentences man to 14 years for 2011 Eugene bank robbery
A Multnomah County man with an extensive criminal history was sentenced to 14 years and 4 months in a federal prison Thursday for robbing the Bank of America in downtown Eugene .
9-1-1 caller reports mountain lion and cub at Maurie Jacobs Park
A caller reported seeing a mountain lion and its cub at Maurie Jacobs Park to emergency dispatchers Friday morning, Eugene Police said.
PRLog US Entertainment
Pot Zombies Bring Legalization Craze to Orgeon
Apr. 18, 2014 - EUGENE, Ore. -- Hoping to gain support for the marijuana legalization movement in Oregon, a premiere screening of Pot Zombies 2 will take place at the Bijou Metro Theatre in Eugene, Oregon on Saturday, April 19, at 11:00 p.m. As the zombie craze continues to grow and the smoky winds of "legalize it" sweep across the nation, Pot ... (more)
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Gay marriage: Openly gay judge, Michael McShane, in spotlight overseeing Oregon case
U.S. District Judge Michael McShane, seen in this 2013 photo when he was still a Multnomah Circuit Court judge, will rule on a legal challenge to Oregon's ban on same-sex marriage.
Police seek man who robbed bank inside West Eugene Albertsons
Police are looking for a man they say robbed a U.S. Bank branch Thursday afternoon at thAlbertsons off Royal Ave. and Danebo Ave. Eugene Police officials said the suspect walked into the bank at around 4:22 p.m. Thursday and handed the teller a demand note.
Graphic art renegades Blunt Graffix host Gojira , a group art show featuring the work of dozens of printmasters such as Tim Doyle, Anna Witt and Print Mafia.
The Future Flowers
Three could be Oregon cannabis lovers' lucky number: That is the potential number of ballot measures heading for the November 2014 election, which could make Oregon the third state in the nation to legalize marijuana.
Oregon's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage passed in 2004 and since then we've seen a steady shift in public attitudes on gay rights.
Kidnapping In Laos Affects Civil Society
Sombath Somphone is "one of the Lao People's Democratic Republic's most respected civil society figures," according to a December 2013 press statement from Secretary of State John Kerry on the one year anniversary of Sombath's disappearance.
Activist Alert 4-17-2014
Florence police chief candidates will be available for an informal public "meet and greet" from 5:30 to 7:30 pm Thursday, April 17, at the Florence Events Center on Quince Street.
Snit In The Whit Over Elections, Noise Ordinance
The Whiteaker Community Council got a surprise at its annual elections meeting Wednesday, April 9, when upward of 80 residents of Eugene's hippest district packed into the small room at the Whiteaker School to air concerns about a proposed noise ordinance.
Weed on the Street
With the potential high for another ballot measure this November to legalize recreational cannabis use, EW thought it time to take to the streets to ask the people what they think.
When David Evans checked his mail on March 22, what he found made him want to shout from the rooftops.
If you made it to Austin-based no-fi folk act Shakey Graves ' last Eugene show, congratulations - the line stretched around the block, and Sam Bond's quickly reached capacity.
Eugene Donor Commits $400,000 For New Shelter Site
As Eugene city leaders floundered last week in relocating the former residents of the Whoville homeless camp, an anonymous benefactor took up the issue, offering a $400,000 donation to establish a sanctuary on private property.