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About: springfield, oregon

Springfield is named for a natural spring that is located in a field or prairie in what is now Springfield city limits. Many fans of The Simpsons believe the town to be the Springfield of the show because the creator of the show, Matt Groening, is from Oregon. Groening later confirmed fans' beliefs. Notable residents have included actor Eric Millegan (Bones), and author and central character of The Electric Kool-aid Acid Test Ken Kesey (One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest) and science fiction author Theodore Sturgeon (More Than Human).

Population: 52864
Local Newspapers: Springfield Beacon Register Guard
Local Sports Teams: Eugene Emeralds (baseball) Portland Fire (WNBA) Portland Forest Dragons (AFL) Portland Trail Blazers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Pioneer Pacific College

Zip Codes associated with springfield, oregon: 97477 97478
Towns/Cities near springfield, oregon : Eugene Lowell Creswell Cottage Grove

Springfield News
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.

Paper Trail

Walk into a Eugene dispensary to purchase one of their house-rolled joints and ask the clerk what brand of rolling paper they used.

HANDOUT - Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum

The Oregon Senate has passed a bill to set a deadline for public bodies to respond to public records requests. If passed by the House, the deadline would set a precedent in Oregon, where agencies and other local governments effectively have an unlimited time to respond to requests.

On way to jail, Oregon man asks where he can get his meth

He was under arrest and on his way to jail in the back of an Oregon State Police car April 2, when Timothy Robert Scott -- who had just allegedly crashed his Lexus into a Springfield officer's vehicle while drunk -- asked the trooper a provocative question. "Can you tell me which tow company took my car?" Scott allegedly asked an Oregon State Police trooper as Scott was on his way to the Lane County Jail.

Slant: From fake news to the ArtWalk

Fake news! An error at the printer meant our Satire Issue didn't get marked with the April 1 date at the bottom of the page that we had planned to mark April Fools Day.

a Bang Bang Youa re Deada raises awareness on school violence

Over the years children have played games with fake guns, running around yards and yelling, "Bang bang you're dead." In recent years, that childhood play has taken on a new role of violence. Fake guns become real, students are bullied or murdered and parents wonder how this has come about.

Ground Breaking Ceremony for the New Hampton Inn & Suites Roseburg to be Held on April 7th

Hanna Hospitality VII, LLC is holding a ground-breaking ceremony on April 7th at 2:00 PM on the site of the future Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Roseburg. The new hotel will be located on the midway property south of the Coca-Cola Bottling Company and north of the existing Windmill Inn off Mulholland Drive in Roseburg.

Springfield mayor's son arrested, accused of slashing tires on 27 vehicles Thursday night

The 36-year-old son of the Springfield mayor has been arrested after police said he slashed tires on 27 vehicles from Thursday night into early Friday morning. Just after midnight, Springfield police were called to the 1000 block of 10th Street for a report of tire-slashing.

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