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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
A Day in the Life

"Hi there. Hello. Excuse me," Pastor Dan Bryant says to a crumpled heap of blankets and backpacks.

Eugene Public Library: The De Facto Day Shelter

It's ten minutes before the doors open and more than 30 people have gathered in the entry garden of Eugene's downtown public library.

Gimme Shelter

According to the city of Eugene, roughly 3,000 people in the community have no home to return to on any given night, and many others are on the brink of becoming homeless.

Northwest Ten

There's nothing quite like very short plays to whet or renew your appetite for live theater.

Audit: Lane County Abiding Well With 2013 Jail Levy

Accounting firm Moss Adams reviewed efforts to expand jail capacity in Lane County over the past year. They say allocated funding was used appropriately.

Beyond spring cleaning: Tapestries get 16 years of grooming

Think your home furnishings are a dust magnet? New York's Cathedral of St. John the Divine just spent 16 years cleaning and conserving its rare, supersize wall hangings. These days, experts at the cathedral's textile conservation laboratory groom them with a labour-intensive process that uses dental probes, tweezers and microsuction.

High pesticide level spurs first recreational pot recall

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission issued its first recall of recreational marijuana after samples of a type of pot were found to contain a level of pesticide residue above the state limit. The Blue Magoo marijuana was sold at Buds 4 U in Mapleton, a community 45 miles west of Eugene, Ore., The Capital Press reported.

Rouse sells Oregon power center

Rouse Properties has divested itself of an 821,564 center in Eugene, Oregon, whose tenants include Target, Cinemark, Cabela's, Kohl's, Hobby Lobby, and Ulta. The Shoppes at Gateway was purchased by Balboa Retail Partners for an undisclosed amount.

Health center finds virus on computer with patient info

The health center at Lane Community College in Eugene, Ore., is notifying patients that their protected health information may have been compromised after finding one of its computers was infected with a virus for 11 months. The virus was found during routine maintenance in early February and is not believed to have transmitted patient information to a third party, according to a statement from the clinic.


The Cathedral of St. John the Divine is mounting an exhibition showcasing its collection of gorgeous baroque tapestries, the Life of Christ series, which opens at the Cathedral on March 21, 2017. The tapestries and related artifacts will travel to the Jordan Schnitzer Museum Eugene, Oregon in the fall.

79th Annual Oregon Logging Conference Bigger, Better Than Ever

Checking out the specs of this Tigercat are Frank Chandler, owner and CEO of C&C Logging, Kelso, Wash.; Ken Grein, design engineer who helped design the Tigercat; and Tim Paul, C&C equipment operator. More than 6,000 industry professionals from 37 U.S. states, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Estonia, Finland, Japan, New Zealand, Russia and Sweden attended the 79th Annual Oregon Logging Conference , held Feb. 23 to 25, 2017 at the Lane County Events Center and Fairgrounds in Eugene, Ore.

Ask a Master Gardener: Hop into the new season by spring cleaning

This part of a pesticide label informs the user how to safely store this material and dispose of its container. Question: "That time of year" is almost here, which means I need to start thinking about the annual spring cleaning.

Three Oregon beer bars named among America's 10 best

Two Portland beer bars and a third in Eugene were named among USA Today's list of America's 10 best. The Portland bars -- Bailey's Taproom and Belmont Station -- are also among The Oregonian/OregonLive's picks for the city's 10 best beer bars .

Community raises funds to remove leaning tree at UCC survivor's home

Kody Williams of Oregon Tree Works climbs a Douglas fir tree, which he estimated was about 35 years old, to saw off branches in Roseburg on Thursday. Kody Williams of Oregon Tree Works prepares to tackle the job of removing a Douglas fir tree, which he estimated was about 35 years old, in Roseburg on Thursday.

Measuring Media Bias

Another is the negative or positive content of articles that do make it to print.

Slant: WTF dog ban?

Rachel Collins of Womenspace and Dr. Don Davies from the McKenzie River Men's Center rolled out the cruel data: One in four women will experience domestic violence in their lifetimes; more than nine percent of our homeless are there because of domestic violence; globally, more deaths result from domestic violence than from wars.

Indivisible Eugene

Indivisible Eugene is playing defense against the Trump administration. The local chapter of a grassroots effort of politically active individuals looks to pressure Oregon's political representatives in Congress to continue their opposition against the new president.

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