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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
ISU dance students shine at American College Dance Association Northwest Conference

Ten students and faculty from Idaho State University's Department of Theatre and Dance attended the American College Dance Association Northwest Conference in Eugene, Ore., the week of March 28-April 2. More than 450 students and faculty members from 20 different colleges and universities in the northwest region attended the conference designed to "support and affirm dance in higher education by honoring multiple approaches to scholarly and creative research while fostering and promoting excellence in choreography and/or performance through the adjudication process."

SR biz editor joins CSDistrict

Coeur d'Alene Public Schools is proud to announce Scott Maben as the district's new Director of Communications. Maben currently serves as the Business Editor at The Spokesman-Review and previously managed their Coeur d'Alene bureau as Deputy City Editor.

Data on Hate

A South Eugene high school student found homosexual slurs graffitied on one of the school's gender-inclusive restrooms.

Turtle Awards, Pete DeFazio and Resistance

A former resident of Eugene now living in Portland, VanBoskirk is playing Eleanor all over the country.

County Initiative Power Under Attack?

Judge Karsten Rasmussen, presiding judge of the Lane County Circuit Court, offered wins to both the progressive organization Community Rights Lane County and to retired Eugene attorney Stan Long in the battle over how - or whether - the county places initiatives on the ballot for voters to decide on future county ordinances.

A Gray Day is Beautiful, Too

Some people look forward to retirement. They plan for the time when they can stop working and do nothing but take it easy and relax.

New Symphony Conductor Named

To absolutely no one's surprise, Francesco Lecce-Chong has been named the new music director of the Eugene Symphony.

Mile-High Dream Folk

Colorado musician Gregory Alan Isakov is used to fronting rock bands - or singing alone with just his guitar.

Bookkeeper Accused Of Taking $250,000 From Treatment Center

Aggravated theft charges have been filed against a bookkeeper accused of stealing $250,000 from the drug and alcohol treatment that employed her in Eugene, Oregon.

Weekender: Eugene is Portland's cooler little brother?

For seekers of gourmet street food, an unstoppable flow of craft beer and a heady dose of weirdness in the Pacific Northwest, the best destination is not be as obvious as it might seem. Eugene is to Portland as Oakland is to San Francisco.

Alabama inventor loses 6-year court battle over claim of stolen bow design

A Brewton inventor has waived his right to appeal a ruling which has apparently ended his six-year court battle against an Oregon archery manufacturer. The Register-Guard of Eugene, Ore., is reporting that Bowtech won its latest round against Claude Hadley, who sued the company for $40 million in 2011.

Changes at A16: Nicolette Manescalchi Promoted to Executive Chef

Congratulations to chef Nicolette Manescalchi , who has been with the ~A16~ group for eight years, most recently as chef de cuisine at A16 in San Francisco; she is now going to be executive chef of the group. A16 executive chef Rocky Maselli, who opened ~A16 ROCKRIDGE~ , is going to be moving back to Eugene, Oregon, at the end of May. He will be taking over the reins at Marche for chef-owner Stephanie Pearl Kimmel, who is retiring.

Nazis and Antifa Trade Shouts Across The Street In Eugene

A video still shows the gathering on Springfield neo-Nazi Jimmy Marr's lawn on April 24, 2017. Notorious Oregon Nazi Jimmy Marr, recently seen with bagpipes making trouble at the Lucky Lab Beer Hall in Northwest Portland and creeping out undergraduates at the University of Oregon, hosted a hate party yesterday at his home in Springfield.

Increasing Number of Free Agent Entrepreneurs

A mix of technology, economic necessity and adventure is leading more Americans to found companies that plan to stay very small. That entrepreneurial spark also highlights challenges facing the economy, from difficulty re-entering the job market to the diminishing role of fast-growing young firms.

Oregon Beer News, 04/24/2017

Welcome back to Monday and the start of the final full week of April! Here's the news in Oregon beer for April 24. As usual, I'll be periodically updating this post throughout the day with the latest news as I find it, so check back often. And if you have news to share, please contact me and I can get that posted as well.

Runway Repaving Strands Passengers At SFO, Causes Flight Delays And Cancellations Monday

San Francisco International Airport is being described as "a travelers' nightmare" , after an ongoing construction project at one of their runways forced the delay and cancelation of hundreds of flights Sunday and Monday. The culprit is Runway 28L, which NBC Bay Area reports is typically used for arriving flights.

An Opening For Trump In Deep Blue Oregon

Workers watch as wooden boards move across a wood planer inside Seneca Sawmill Company in Eugene, Ore. It sits in the state's 4th congressional district - which Donald Trump almost won.

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