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Articles from July 26, 2003

A Preventable Disaster
Byline: The Register-Guard Anyone wondering why the Bush administration is doing its best to torpedo the independent commission investigating U.S. intelligence and law enforcement failures surrounding the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, need...
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Church Women Work for Peace
Byline: FROM HEART TO HEART By Alice Dugan For The Register-Guard Events often rally women of faith to action. Church Women United is rooted in this fact. When the present national organization was born in Dec. 1941, it concentrated on calling women...
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Cleveland Gives Indians Victory
Byline: The Register-Guard SPOKANE - There was a reason Spokane's Jeremy Cleveland was leading the Northwest League in batting average heading into Friday night's game. Eddie Bonine and his Eugene Emeralds teammates found out the hard way what...
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Crimewatch
Byline: The Register-Guard Crime statistics have been broken down by Eugene neighborhood and appear in the accompanying list. CRIMES BY EUGENE NEIGHBORHOOD June 2003 Here are the monthly reports of crimes taken by Eugene police. Overall...
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Faith Pulls Jewish Family to West Bank
Byline: Jeff Wright The Register-Guard As an Orthodox Jew living in Los Angeles, Zachariah Goldman decided to heed the government's warnings of possible terrorist attacks and moved his family last fall to a safer place: Eugene. Renting a home...
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Families with Kids Await Tax Refunds
Byline: From Register-Guard and news service reports It's Christmas in July for middle-class families who will receive checks worth up to $400 per child next week, but Oregonians had mixed sentiments about the federal child tax credit. Tiffany...
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Fans Who Know Score May Sing New Praises of Outdoor Theater
Byline: Joe Mosley The Register-Guard Maybe you remember fidgeting in a slug's-pace line outside Cuthbert Amphitheater as the first number began in last summer's Bonnie Raitt/Lyle Lovett concert. Or ducking out during the 2002 B.B. King show...
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Filbert Growers Take Action against Spread of Disease
Byline: Randi Bjornstad The Register-Guard HARRISBURG - Workers at St. Philbert's Hazelnuts south of Harrisburg haven't seen any sign yet of the dreaded Eastern filbert blight, but they're keeping their eyes peeled. The dread disease, which destroys...
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For the Record
Byline: The Register-Guard SACRED HEART MEDICAL CENTER EUGENE July 20, 2003 Martinez - Kellie and Carlos Martinez, of Springfield, a daughter. July 22, 2003 Cook - Autumn and James Cook, of Junction City, a daughter. Houck - Jennifer...
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Investigators Seek Fire Clues from Campers
Byline: Bill Bishop The Register-Guard Fire investigators want to talk with a group who were camping or hiking, possibly with two dogs, on the south side of Fall Creek near the Clark Creek Organizational Camp on July 13, the day a wildfire started...
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Jackson, Stepp Make U.S. Team
Byline: From Register-Guard and news service reports ORLANDO, Fla. - The U.S. men's basketball team at the Pan American Games will have a definite Eugene influence this summer. REGIONAL ROUNDUP Luke Jackson, the Creswell standout who is entering...
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Last-Ditch Effort Ends with Police Labor Pact
Byline: Rebecca Nolan The Register-Guard The city of Eugene and the police employees' union signed a three-year contract this week that includes increased benefits and pay raises for department employees, including officers, forensic technicians,...
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Letters in the Editor's Mailbag
Byline: The Register-Guard Voters opened door to casinos As the old cartoon character Pogo used to say, "We have met the enemy, and he is us." Some years ago, citizens of Oregon were afforded the opportunity to vote for or against state-sponsored...
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Mason Comes Full Circle
Byline: Steve Mims The Register-Guard When Oregon beckoned Marnie Mason back in 1985, she declined a scholarship offer. Given a second chance nearly two decades years later, the Klamath Falls native gladly accepted an offer earlier this month...
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Obituaries
Byline: The Register-Guard Worth Cowles SPRINGFIELD - A graveside service will be held July 29 for Worth "Rusty" Cowles of Springfield, who died July 24 of age-related causes. He was 88 Cowles was born July 17, 1915, in Reliance, S.D., to...
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Pork Chop Hell
Byline: Diane Dietz The Register-Guard In the bewildering silence, Sgt. Louis Knori decided to take a walk. He'd lived nine months within eyeshot of Pork Chop Hill, site of some of the bloodiest battles of the Korean War. He'd cheated the...
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Restauranteur Hopes to Drive Up Profits before Roadway Project
Byline: CITY BEAT/SPRINGFIELD By Matt Cooper The Register-Guard What's that brewing on Belt Line Road in the Gateway area? Sofia's is the latest restaurant to occupy a risky piece of real estate in a hot part of town. Described by co-owner...
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Some Guidelines Can Help Parents Keep Sibling Rivalry in Check
Byline: BIRTH TO THREE By Dianne Reinmuth For The Register-Guard There are several guidelines for preventing the unpleasantness of sibling rivalry: 1. Make limits clear and stand by them. It is important to communicate at the child's level of...
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Teen Hurt in Go-Kart Accident Improves
Byline: Rebecca Nolan The Register-Guard SPRINGFIELD - A 13-year-old Springfield boy injured Sunday when a car struck his go-kart and drove away has been moved out of the intensive care unit at Sacred Heart Medical Center. Terry Fowler was listed...
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The Bulletin
Byline: The Register-Guard Services, events and people Thurston Christian Church - The sixth annual community block party will be held from noon to 4 p.m. today in the church parking lot, 6680 Thurston Road, Springfield. The event will include...
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