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Friday's Softball Game Rained Out

Friday's Softball Game Rained Out
… 2014 Media Guide · 2014 Quick Facts · 2014 Weekly Releases · Top 25 Rankings · SB Alumni Form · Women in Athletics. Friday's Softball Game Rained Out. The Oregon softball game scheduled for 3 p.m. on Friday against Washington has been rained out.
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Oregon Obamacare exchange gets month-long enrollment delay
Oregon has received the Obama administration's approval for a 30-day extension of its Obamacare exchange's open enrollment period, officials announced Wednesday. State officials had requested the federal government's approval for the extension, which …
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No. 6 Oregon State-Arizona: College baseball open thread

No. 6 Oregon State-Arizona: College baseball open thread
No. 6 Oregon State-Arizona: College baseball open thread. SP.CWS_22240612.JPG. OMAHA, NEBRASKA-JUNE 14, 2013. Oregon State coach Pat Casey and third baseman Kavin Keyes during a Friday morning work out at TD Ameritrake Park in Omaha.
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How will Oregon State Beavers handle a shorthanded offensive line? Spring
This is the fourth installment of The Oregonian's position-by-position preview of what to expect when Oregon State opens spring practice March 31. Offensive line. Who's gone: Michael Philipp; Josh Andrews; Grant Enger. Players to Watch: Sophomore Sean …
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Oregon Ducks football beat reporter Andrew Greif is taking questions all day
EUGENE — It's a time of transition for Oregon athletics, with Ducks basketball one week removed from its season-ending loss and UO football just days from opening spring practices on April 1. I'm here today to hopefully be a bridge for any readers …
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2014 NFL Draft: Oregon DE Taylor Hart to Visit Eagles

2014 NFL Draft: Oregon DE Taylor Hart to Visit Eagles
According to Andrew Greif of OregonLive.com, the Eagles are set to bring in former Oregon Ducks defensive end Taylor Hart for a pre-draft visit. Eagles head coach Chip Kelly and defensive line coach Jerry Azzinaro are obviously familiar with Hart from …
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Oregon oil train safety regulators lack records tracking crude's movement
After a two-month fight, the Oregon Department of Transportation on Tuesday released records to The Oregonian showing where some trains have moved crude oil in the state. But the records are incomplete, raising questions about whether ODOT, Oregon's …
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Grieving mother aims to bring hit-and-run alert system to Oregon

Grieving mother aims to bring hit-and-run alert system to Oregon
PORTLAND, Oreg. (KOIN) — A grieving mother turned advocate is looking to get a statewide alert system for hit-and-run drivers that operates similar to the Amber Alert. Kristi Finney-Dunn lost her son, Dustin Finney, three years ago after a hit-and-run …
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Bend in central Oregon needs city slogan or nickname; vote in poll, send in ideas
Bend in central Oregon is unquestionably graced with a gorgeous location, plus a city management that does things right _ usually. I'm sure the residents of Deschutes County's largest city could weigh in on the latter point better that than me, though.
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Century to face Madison in Glencoe tournament championship game: Oregon
Century to face Madison in Glencoe tournament championship game: Oregon baseball preview. Century to face Madison in Glencoe tournament championship game: Oregon baseball preview. Century's Sam Bates makes contact against David Douglas in …
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Murder conviction overturned, man can sue Oregon
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A man whose triple-murder conviction was overturned can sue the state of Oregon for wrongful conviction. The decision Wednesday from the Oregon Court of Appeals allows Philip Scott Cannon to go forward with a multi-million …
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Biking Is Fun! (+ Video From Portland, Oregon)

Biking Is Fun! (+ Video From Portland, Oregon)
Biking Is Fun! (+ Video From Portland, Oregon). Originally published on the ECOreport. Snow Day – photo by Jonathan Maus. Ahearne Skyline Photo Credit: Jonathan Maus. As many as 60,000 Portland residents may use bicycles, or ebikes, every day.
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Bike-building Oregon Manifest returns with 5 teams in 5 cities along with Fuji
Oregon Manifest, an every-couple-of-years-or-so bike-building event, is returning this year with a broader geographical perspective, organizers announced Monday. This is the third version of Portland-based Manifest, which has presented bike-building …
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Unemployment rates still twice as high in some Oregon counties as others
The declines were steepest in central and southern Oregon, where joblessness is still heightened today. Roughly one in 10 adults is out of work in many of those counties, a rate nearly twice as high as in Benton County, which has the lowest …
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Robotics teams explode in Oregon, Pacific University professor creates family
This is part of a series of short posts titled “school notes,” with the goal of sharing updates on education news, events and themes. The posts will focus on the Forest Grove, Gaston and Banks school districts and Pacific University. Got an idea or tip …
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Bikers do a good deed, tourism grants, new biz app (Oregon City news)
Think before you flush: Sewage treatment plant operators in Oregon City and elsewhere in the metro area say the popularity of disposable wipes, even those labeled as "flushable," are clogging pipes and creating a costly mess. In fact, it's a problem …
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2014 NCAA Tournament: Live updates for Wisconsin vs. Oregon
Oregon ended its season similar to the way Wisconsin did, using a long winning streak to get a once promising year back on track. The Ducks have now won nine of their last 10 games, and they epitomize what it means to be playing your best ball at the …
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Are Oregon parents raising 'overprotected kids'? (poll)
Or do Oregon kids, with our Northwest-bred love of the outdoors and adventure, defy the stereotype of the "overprotected kid"? Do you feel comfortable letting your kids walk to school alone? Finding their way home on TriMet? Wandering the neighborhood …
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Officials: Lack of evidence led to Oregon release of suspect in California
EUGENE, Ore. — The man suspected of a crime spree last week that left a Northern California sheriff's deputy dead had been jailed in Oregon two weeks earlier but was released for lack of evidence and manpower in the local district attorney's office.
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Big Wisconsin rally ends Oregon's tournament hopes
A technical foul had been called on Oregon's Jason Calliste, Traevon Jackson was headed to the free-throw line, and Wisconsin's huge comeback victory — 85-77 — to earn a spot in the Sweet 16 was as good as sealed. Perhaps we should have an …
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Man dies in snowmobile crash in central Oregon
BEND, Ore. (AP) — A Lebanon has died in a snowmobile crash in central Oregon Saturday. Linn County Sheriff's Sgt. Michelle Duncan said 67-year-old George Elmer Eichner of Lebanon died after he hit a tree. He was part of a snowmobile club and was …
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Cover Oregon board looks for path forward
Cover Oregon board members, from right, Laura Cali, Elizabeth Baxter and Dr. George Brown listen to interim Cover Oregon Executive Director Dr. Bruce Goldberg, at left, during a Cover Oregon board meeting in Portland on March 13. / AP. Bruce Goldberg.
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Oregon State's Roberto Nelson and Jonathan Hoover: favorite photos of a
I met Oregon State's Roberto Nelson after watching/photographing him play in the Diamond Head Classic in Honolulu this last Christmas. At my main assignment, covering the Beavers' football team in the Hawaii Bowl, I ran into Nelson with a camera around …
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Transgender mayor selling shoes from own closet to boost Oregon city's budget
Transgender mayor selling shoes from own closet to boost Oregon city's budget. Mayor Stu Rasmussen is cleaning out his closet, selling shoes and giving the proceeds to Silverton, Ore., to fund public amenities such as the city pool and a senior center.
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Report: 1 in 4 Oregon children living in poverty
FILE – Teacher Diana Feke helps Mason Baker, 5, during lunch at the Eastham Community Center Claskamas County Children's Commission Head Start Monday, April 9, 2012, in Oregon City, Ore. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer) …
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Oregon analysis shows high rate of childhood bone cancer

Oregon analysis shows high rate of childhood bone cancer
(AP) – A state analysis shows Oregon has a high rate of a childhood bone cancer that has caused worry in a West Salem neighborhood where five children in recent years were diagnosed with the disease and three have died. Over a five-year span, Oregon …
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If only BYU and Oregon could re-create their December shootout
Oregon may be Thursday's most entertaining game. The Cougars and Ducks played a classic on Dec. 21 — Oregon winning 100-96 in overtime in Eugene — and you better believe that something similar could happen in the Round of 64. Both of these squads …
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Oregon men's basketball: Ducks beat BYU 87-68 in second round of NCAA
The Oregon men's basketball team (24-9) won its first game of the 2014 NCAA tournament Thursday afternoon, beating BYU(23-12) 87-68. The Ducks will face Wisconsin in the round of 32 on Saturday. Oregon sophomore Elgin Cook had a huge …
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Oregon Ducks unveil new Nike shoes for NCAA Tournament; could bright

Oregon Ducks unveil new Nike shoes for NCAA Tournament; could bright
The Oregon Ducks will wear new Nike LeBron 11's in their opening game of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday against BYU in Milwaukee, Wisc. Here's a look at the shoes, as previewed by Ducks guard Joseph Young on his Instagram page. Based on their …
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Oregon's Laura Roesler wraps up her degrees and Robert Johnson relives the
Oregon's Laura Roesler, the 2014 NCAA Indoor 800 champion, takes her last final today to put the finishing touches on degrees in Psychology and Sociology. "I'm ready for a break for my brain," she said. Roesler plans to run the 1,500 meters at Saturday …
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Are Oregon students skipping math class to learn about the Bible?
"In Oregon, students are skipping math class to learn about the Bible." He added, "There's a law in Oregon — it's been around for decades — that allows public school students to skip classes for up to two hours a week (or five if they're in high …
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