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Santa Barbara Independent
Ken Brown Quotables
Ken Brown, as he's more commonly known, was the founding winemaker of Zaca Mesa Winery in 1977, designing the winery, testing which grape varietals worked in this climate, planting the county's first syrah vines, and hiring, among other would-be luminaries, Jim Clendenen , Bob Lindquist , and Adam Tolmach .
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Fri Jul 11, 2014
City Club panel: Massive landslides like Oso possible in Oregon
EUGENE, Ore. - Meghan O'Hara of Eugene deployed with the American Red Cross to Oso, Washington, just days after a landslide devastated the community.
Treasures: UO students donate it; you buy it; Springfield kids benefit
Sombreros, home dcor, lamps, fans, bedding - you name it, a University of Oregon student probably left it.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
John Bristow | The truth that makes us free
An historic library building on the University of Oregon campus has two entrances.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Tweedsmuir gets new principal
Sandra Cottingham will be taking over on Aug. 1. She has been a vice-principal of Senator Reid elementary in Surrey for the past three years.
For Oregon, its dismissed basketball players and an alleged victim of sexual assault, the next challenge is moving on
In the two months since sexual assault allegations at the University of Oregon stunned the state and became a national topic of discussion, the three accused -- and never charged -- Oregon Ducks basketball players were barred from campus, the alleged victim returned to school and the protesters long ago stopped marching outside the president's ... (more)
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Oregon Ducks commit Taj Griffin runs a 4.34: The Opening 2014
University of Oregon football commit Taj Griffin is participating at The Opening , an elite invitation-only football camp held at the Nike World Headquarters.
Educator David Conley and EPIC Research Team Find IB Diploma...
A new research study conducted by Dr. David Conley and a team of researchers from the Education Policy Improvement Center compared two groups of university students-International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme alumni and non-Diploma Programme alumni-to examine the extent of their academic, social and emotional preparation for college as they ... (more)
Oregon's economy is growing faster than average, UO report says
A light-rail train crosses Southwest 170th Ave. in Aloha. Oregon's economy continued to expand this spring, a new UO report shows.
Pardon my mistake
A 2005 survey by Scott R. Maier associate professor, School of Journalism and Communication, University of Oregon found errors in 61 percent of 4,800 news sources cited in 14 newspapers.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
'Barely going to graduate high school? Come on! We will figure it out!'
The League of United Latin American Citizens and county and city representitves recognized the state's first supported youth council.
Steve Duin: Will the University of Oregon learn, as Reed College did, from its mistakes?
Reed College had its painful moment of truth in 2011. The Ducks at the University of Oregon are still dealing with theirs.
Wise leads three Ducks to qualifying for U.S. Am
Recent Corona Santiago graduate Aaron Wise continued his year-long dominance by winning the U.S. Amateur Section Qualifying by six strokes Monday in the 36-hole event at Victoria Golf Club.
The College Rape Crisis: Why Students and Schools Are Clashing over Violence Against Girls
When Zoey* was a college freshman last fall, she invited a guy she'd been talking to for a few weeks over to her dorm room.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Rizz ripped; Robinson ready with juvie law; Ennis ready?; BEN Column, July 6, update 4
The column that wishes Sam Feinstein would run for Bridgeton City Council just to see how many votes he would get, and we don't care on whose slate he runs or what cause because he's a just and honest man.
Smartphones may hold key to person's bacterial profile
How many times a day do people touch their smartphones - hundreds maybe? A new study says all those germs that we're inevitably leaving behind on our screens may be a useful tool for scientists.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Palo Alto Weekly
Menlo grad Price wins 400 at Canadian Jr. Championships
Menlo School grad Maddy Price won the women's 400 at the Canadian Junior Track and Field Championships on Saturday in Sainte-Therese, Quebec.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
St. Petersburg Times
Minimum-wage hike is big step for Seattle businesses
All eyes are on Seattle as it moves toward a $15 minimum wage, the highest of any major city nationwide.
Marist Red Foxes
Licursi and Johnson Set to Compete at USATF Junior Nationals
Two Red Foxes are set to compete at the USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships, as they face off at Historic Hayward Field on the campus of the University of Oregon.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Daily Journal of Commerce
Lease Crutcher Lewis promotes Tanner Perrine
CONSTRUCTION Lease Crutcher Lewis recently promoted Tanner Perrine to project manager.