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Eugene, OR, United States

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Past articles by Adam:

What's happening with the Leaburg Canal? EWEB delays picking among 'no good choices'

EWEB commissioners have four options for the required project and all of them come with some consequences. → Read More

Oregonians gear up for earthquake drill during International ShakeOut Day

Thursday is International ShakeOut Day, a worldwide, minute-long earthquake drill in which Oregonians participate every year. → Read More

U.S. Senate race: Republican, minor party candidates hoping to unseat incumbent Wyden

The race pits incumbent Democrat Ron Wyden against GOP Jo Rae Perkins, Chris Henry with Oregon Progressive Party and Dan Pulju with Pacific Green Party. → Read More

Cedar Creek Fire: Moderated activity helping firefighters keep momentum

The Cedar Creek Fire was burning with low to moderate intensity Wednesday, fire managers say. Here's the latest on the Central Oregon wildfire. → Read More

Oregon project to expand mass timber production, industry jobs with $41.4M federal grant

The Build Back Better grant, given to the Oregon Mass Timber Coalition, funds research, innovation, sustainability, forest practices, housing codes. → Read More

Firefighters burning, building containment lines around Cedar Creek Fire

There are more than 700 people working to contain the Cedar Creek Fire, the largest active wildfire in Oregon at about 4,422 acres. → Read More

Eugene forester will lead ODF program helping cities improve their urban forests

Former Eugene urban forester Scott Altenhoff now leads the Oregon Department of Forestry’s Urban and Community Forestry Assistance Program. → Read More

Extinction-level threat: Invasive beetle expected to decimate Oregon ash trees

Over the last 20 years, the invasive beetle decimated ash tree populations in U.S. and Canada now has been discovered in Oregon for the first time. → Read More

Climate watchers warn recent flush of rain in western Oregon didn't end the drought

Drought persists across the state and the West due to rain deficits over the winter. → Read More

OSU website lets you get to know Oregon Coast gray whales by name

Oregon State University researchers have made it easier to learn about the gray whales who often visit the state's coastline. → Read More

Oregon State University fire expert panel: Oregonians' mindset needs to expect, accept wildfires

Oregon State University hosted a virtual panel of wildfire and forest experts Tuesday to discuss wildfires in Oregon. → Read More

UO, OSU strategically reducing landscaping water usage during drought

The University of Oregon and Oregon State University have taken their own steps, both this year and in the past, to reduce how much water they use during months of drought. → Read More

Lawanda Manning remembered as a 'tour de force,' lauded for her service to others

Lawanda Manning, wife of Sen. James Manning, died June 11, 2021 at the age of 66. She was known for her community contributions, humor, sense of style and love for her family. → Read More

McKenzie River still open for tourism after wildfire, but expect to see scars

A wildfire that burned through the McKenzie River Valley may have altered the area's lush character, but its residents are still relying on tourism. → Read More

ODF revises down size estimate of wildfire near Mapleton

Reported at around 500 acres Tuesday afternoon, ODF around 8 p.m. Tuesday announced its fire managers believe the wildfire is burning in closer to 382 acres. → Read More

The Sweet Creek Milepost 2 Fire still burning about 500 acres

The fire Tuesday morning was an estimated 513 acres, said OFD spokesman Marcus Kauffman. The fire was reported to be about 500 acres Monday afternoon. → Read More

Thousands gather, march in Eugene to support Black Lives Matter

As they marched, the protesters carried an energy that was angry, but peaceful. → Read More

Motorcyclist in Viola dies in crash with tractor, state police say

A motorcyclist in Viola crashed into farm equipment Thursday night and died, according to state police. → Read More

Heat wave in Delaware forecast to push 100 degrees this weekend, and will feel hotter

The heat wave will break by Monday evening, but between then and now are some excruciatingly hot days. → Read More

State police investigating shooting inside Wilmington-area restaurant

State police have confirmed there was a shooting inside the Market Street Grill Wednesday afternoon. → Read More