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Articles from July 12, 2010

A Son's Own Path
Byline: Karen McCowan The Register-Guard Seeing Taher Kasubhai and Lane County Circuit Judge Mustafa Kasubhai together, you might not immediately peg them as father and son. The physical resemblance is not that strong, though hints of the 68-year-old...
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Briefly Community
Byline: The Register-Guard Library plans events for children, teens Several activities are planned Wednesday at the Eugene Public Library and Sheldon branch library. A preschool story time for children ages 3 to 6 will be held at 10:15 a.m....
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Calendar
Byline: The Register-Guard Cottage Grove TODAY City Council - 7:30 p.m., Council Chambers, 400 E. Main St. Resolution supporting designation of Cottage Grove as a rural site for federally qualified health clinic. 541-942-5501. Creswell...
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Community Sports
Byline: The Register-Guard COMMUNITY SPORTS NOTES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS To submit events E-mail announcements to sportsdesk@registerguard.com. Items may be delivered to The Register-Guard, 3500 Chad Drive; mailed to P.O. Box 10188, Eugene OR...
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For the Record
Byline: The Register-Guard Deadlines The For The Record deadline is noon the day before publication for Tuesday through Saturday newspapers, and noon Friday for Sunday or Monday newspapers. Items may be delivered to The Register-Guard newsroom...
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Free iPhone App Can Help Find Parking Spots
Byline: Diane Dietz The Register-Guard The city of Eugene is helping iPhone users find a place to park their cars downtown or near the University of Oregon campus. The city recently published its "ePark App" for a free download in the online...
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Get a Fan's Taste of 'The Show'
Byline: Mike Stahlberg The Register-Guard SEATTLE - Every professional baseball player yearns to reach the big leagues - if only just for the proverbial "cup of coffee." Likewise, every true baseball fan wants to drink in the experience of attending...
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Gulf Oil Tragedy Serves as Wake-Up Call to Folly of Fossil Fuels
Byline: GUEST VIEWPOINT By Bruce Bowers BP has, for more than a decade, been engaged in a public relations campaign to sell itself as "Beyond Petroleum." It should be clear to us all now that the more appropriate label is "Blowout Pioneer." However,...
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Letters in the Editor's Mailbag
Byline: The Register-Guard Farm wages are low by design William Toll's letter of July 7 left out the fact that large-scale immigration is fueled mostly by organizations that profit from it. The depressed wages of software engineers, farm workers...
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New UO Dorm Construction Begins
Byline: Greg Bolt The Register-Guard For just the second time in 40 years, the University of Oregon is breaking ground on a new student residence hall. Work on the $75 million East Campus Residence Hall gets under way today at 11 a.m., with UO...
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Now It's a Five-Day Fair
Byline: The Register-Guard Just call it the incredible shrinking Lane County Fair - and a refreshingly creative approach to hard economic times. At the recommendation of fair manager Rick Reno, the Lane County Fair Board voted earlier this year...
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Obituaries
Byline: The Register-Guard Wanda Black Wanda L. Black of Eugene died July 7 of cancer. She was 78. No service is planned. She was born Dec. 23, 1931, in Venice, Calif., to Carl and Mary Anderson Feist. She married Lynn Black on May 23, 1954...
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Purvis Helps U.S. Relay to Victory
Byline: The Register-Guard MIRAMAR, Fla. - Oregon's Amber Purvis helped Team USA's 4x100-meter relay team to victory in a meet-record time of 43.07 seconds during the final day of the NACAC Under-23 Track & Field Championships on Sunday. ...
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Referee Sues over Golf Cart Mishap
Byline: Karen McCowan The Register-Guard A local high school referee is suing the Springfield School District for injuries he suffered when a toddler-driven golf cart struck him before an October 2008 Thurston High football game. Some Internet...
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Smokin' on the Water
Byline: Winston Ross The Register-Guard LOWELL - The race doesn't start before three critical words pass through the lips of Linda McAnulty, sitting at a desk surrounded by pizza, Sour Patch Kids and Cheez-its in the air-conditioned "Tower Truck"...
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U.S. vs. Arizona
Byline: The Register-Guard The Justice Department has taken necessary steps to block Arizona's misguided immigration law, which undermines the federal government's efforts to set and enforce national immigration policy. Many Americans side with...
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Water, Water Everyone!
Byline: Randi Bjornstad The Register-Guard With the arrival of the warm season - finally - comes the need to drink even more fluids than normal to stave off dehydration. Unfortunately, sunny summer weather also brings the temptation to guzzle...
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