Editor’s Note: James Croxton is also a researcher for the Chemical Weapons Research Center located in Portland, Oregon. Editor’s Note: This article was updated on June 27 10:15 a.m. to reflect injuries […]
It’s hard to believe that it’s been two years since Eugene spontaneously combusted on the night of May 29, 2020. So much has changed, and yet nothing has changed, not for the […]
Editor’s Note: The article was edited to add the website for Wheels Cafe. February is a cheesy month for Lane County thanks to FOOD For Lane County’s annual Grilled Cheese Experience. This […]
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In 2007, the Oregon School Activities Association commissioned an independent investigation into accusations of racism and hate occurring during the previous year’s state basketball tournament at the University of Oregon. The investigation […]
Capturing a collective history passed on orally is a time honored tradition among humans. Our species has been telling and retelling history for millennia. Then, technological advancements, made in the 1920s, created […]
Before adjourning, VanGordon said that this was just the first go around to discuss how to appropriate these funds. No decisions were made at this time.
On Tuesday, Sept. 7, the Springfield city council held their first meeting after returning from summer break. This week’s meeting consisted of both a work session and a regular session. During business […]
offer a space in Springfield that is both safe and welcoming for marginalized groups. They said that this space is a place for belonging and most importantly, esperanza – hope.
Editors note: This article has been updated to reflect new information. On Sept. 4, the message was made clear that The Church at Planned Parenthood is not welcome in Lane County. The […]