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Oregon men’s basketball among six of school’s 2016-17 teams to register perfect APR score
Earlier this week, APR scores for the 2016-17 academic year were released, and Oregon had six teams that posted a perfect score of 1,000.
University of Oregon votes to divest from giant corporations over Jewish ties
The University of Oregon’s student government passed a resolution Wednesday night by a two-thirds majority, calling on the university to sever its ties to Israel.More than 200 students were present at the three hour-plus debate. The final tally was 12 in favor, 6 against, and one abstention.The anti
Oregon State Beavers make cut for 2019 4-star center Orlando Robinson
Los Angeles (Calif.) Middlebrooks Academy centerOrlando Robinsonfits the bill. The 6-foot-10, 210 pound four star has seen his recruitment skyrocket this month, but early attention from Tinkle and the Beavers helped keep Oregon State in the hunt as he whittled his list to five last night.
Oregon beats Madison Edgewood to finish in a tie for the Badger South Conference girls soccer title
Maggy Henschler scored two goals and Chloe Buescher had a goal and two assists to lead the visiting Red Hawks (11-4-0, 5-2-0 Badger South) past the Silver Eagles (4-5-3, 3-3-1).
Oregon outfielder admits Ducks were “a little complacent” against Kentucky — and paid the price
“They came out really aggressive, and I think today we might have come out a little complacent, and expecting to win,” Oregon sophomore outfielder Haley Cruse said in the postgame press conference. “They came out firing, and we need to come out firing tomorrow.”
Oregon Expands Access to Treatment Amid Highest Hep C Mortality Rate in the U.S.
Oregon is the latest state in the country to expand state-funded access to hepatitis C virus (HCV) treatment amid growing pressure from advocates, health care providers and community responders involved in fighting the epidemic. The state currently has the highest hepatitis C mortality rate in the c
Oregon State emerging as contender for #1 prospect in Oregon Michael Johnson
Less than two weeks ago Eugene (Ore.) Sheldon quarterbackMichael Johnson Jr., the number one prospect in the state of Oregon, narrowed his list of 30 offers to seven that he would focus on. Johnson had just earned an invite to the Elite 11 Finals and was on cloud nine.
At least one lane of Route 30 closed after tractor trailer crash near Oregon Pike, delays expected
Tractor trailer crash! Reported on Oregon Pike near Chester Rd – Delays on US 30 EB as a result— Trenice (@TreniceFox43)May 25, 2018
Truck crash, fire closes Route 30 and Oregon Pike; driver may have suffered severe burns
A truck crash and fire at the Route 30/Oregon Pike overpass has stopped traffic around the busy interchange.Details are scarce about the crash, which occurred at around 7:05 a.m.Lancaster County-Wide Communications — which broadcasts fire and EMS chatter but not police — indicated that a tractor-tra
University of Oregon Student Senate Endorses Anti-Israel BDS Movement
The Algemeiner reports: The University of Oregon’s student senate passed a resolution on Wednesday endorsing the boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel, and targeting several companies over their alleged complicity in “the Israeli occupation of Palestine.”The measure, which
Texas Rangers say they won't draft Oregon State's Luke Heimlich: Report
Despite his guilty plea, Heimlich in recent weeks has denied that he ever molested the girl,telling The New York Timesthat "nothing ever happened" and also proclaiming his innocence ina Sports Illustrated reportpublished last week.
Our View: Oregon’s leaders need long-term strategies
The current period of economic growth is on its way to becoming the longest on record, with little chance of a recession within the next year. As a result, the state is collecting far more in taxes than previously projected.
Driver taken to hospital in car carrier crash on Route 30, one lane closed on Oregon Pike
VOTE: NFL players react to national anthem policy, will they still protest next year?
Merkley: Oregon rural, water funding bills advance
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Oregon Tech appoints engineer to dean's post
Oregon Institute of Technology recently appointed Dr. Thomas Keyser as its dean of the College of Engineering, Technology and Management, according to a news release. Keyser will join Oregon Tech on Aug. 1, from his current position as chair and professor of Industrial Engineering and Engineering Ma
NCAA Tournament: Oregon Ducks Have No Answers For Kentucky Home Runs In Loss
Oregon had runners on second and third with two outs. DJ Sanders scored on a wild pitch to make it 7-5 Kentucky. The Ducks added three runs in the inning to narrow the gap again. When Oregon returned on Defense, Maggie Balint was in the circle. Balint struck out the first Kentucky batter, hit the se
Oregon cities say herbicide, used correctly, is safe - Salem Weekly News
City of Salem employees use a small amount of the herbicide Roundup to address weeds in Salem parks. Like most Oregon cities, Oregon State University and even conservation groups, the City believes the controversial herbicide, when used in a science-based protocol, is safe.
What have China’s recycling changes meant in Central Oregon?
“Things aren’t different in Central Oregon,” said Kristan Mitchell, executive director of the Oregon Refuse and Recycling Association.
Arizona Wildcats baseball team cruises in Oregon in must-win game
Salazar drove in six runs, with an RBI single in the first to make it 1-0, a two-run homer in the third to put UA up 4-1 and a three-run homer in the ninth to wrap up the scoring.
Cesar Salazar homers twice, Arizona baseball blows out Oregon in Eugene
The Wildcats scored one run in the first, another in the second, two in the third, one in the fourth, one in the seventh, and four in the ninth.