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Articles from March 25, 2003

39 Lots to Be Added to Springfield Subdivision
Byline: Development Report by Joe Harwood The Register-Guard SPRINGFIELD - Redmond-based developer and home builder Hayden Watson plans to break ground on the third phase of his Jasper Meadows subdivision this summer. Doing business as Crosslands...
Activists Decry Anti-Terrorism Bill
Byline: David Steves The Register-Guard SALEM - Protesters made their way Monday from the streets of Eugene and Portland to the state Capitol, where more than 100 people gathered to speak out against anti-terrorism legislation. Senate Bill 742...
Applications Top 10,000, UO Reports
Byline: Randi Bjornstad The Register-Guard Despite a faltering statewide economy and continuing tuition hikes, more than 10,000 students - an increase of 3 percent over last year - have applied to attend the University of Oregon next fall, setting...
Business Beat
Byline: The Register-Guard People Dr. Teri Strong has joined McKenzie-Willamette Hospital in Springfield as the manager of Direction, an employee assistance program. She has been in private psychological practice for seven years and also provided...
Calendar
Byline: The Register-Guard Coos Bay WEDNESDAY Board of Commissioners - 8 a.m., commissioners' courtroom. Administrative work session. 396-3121. Elkton TODAY School Repair and Renovation Committee - 6 p.m., Elkton High School library,...
Coburg, Lowell and Blachly Land Big Grants
Byline: Anne Williams The Register-Guard In a year of little or no good financial news, three Lane County communities had cause for celebration last week when they got word they'd won grants - big ones - to help build connections with their schools....
Fix Malpractice System
Byline: The Register-Guard The U.S. House of Representatives voted recently to limit jury awards in medical malpractice cases, responding to complaints that rising insurance premiums are forcing doctors to curtail their practices. The complaints...
For the Record
Byline: The Register-Guard Births SACRED HEART MEDICAL CENTER EUGENE March 13, 2003 Nettles - Maureen and Marcus Nettles, of Eugene, a daughter. March 16, 2003 Brown - Candice Freeman and Darrell Brown, of Springfield, a daughter....
Interest May Dip on Tax Appeal Refund
Byline: Sherri Buri McDonald The Register-Guard SALEM - Two Eugene lawmakers are sponsoring a bill in the Legislature to end the interest-rate windfall Oregon taxpayers get when they appeal their property tax assessments and win. For the past...
LSU Finally Fends off Phoenix
Byline: Rob Moseley The Register-Guard A couple of more three-pointers on offense, maybe another turnover or two forced on defense. Wisconsin-Green Bay coach Kevin Borseth knows how close his Phoenix came to upsetting powerful Louisiana State....
Mackenzie Sets Mark with a 60 for UW
Byline: Jeff Smith The Register-Guard As one birdie dropped after another, Washington's Brock Mackenzie slowly realized he was having the round of a lifetime. The only thing that could have stopped him was the impending darkness, which threatened...
Malpractice Crisis Compromises Patient Access
Byline: John LeBow and John Allcott For The Register-Guard Several recent Register-Guard pieces describe the medical malpractice crisis in Oregon. This crisis affects access - that is, seeing your doctor. We, the Lane Independent Primary Care Physicians,...
No-Hitter Helps Marist Sweep
Byline: The Register-Guard Pat Cooley threw a no-hitter with 11 strikeouts in the second game, and Ryan Geider pitched a two-hitter in the opener as Marist swept a nonleague prep baseball doubleheader from North Bend on Monday, winning the first...
Obituaries
Byline: The Register-Guard Floyd Marsh A memorial service will be held March 29 for Floyd "Dale" Marsh of Eugene, who died March 20 of cancer. He was 77. Marsh was born Feb. 26, 1926, in Port Tampa, Fla., to Jack and Leota Tubbs Marsh. He...
Pair Testify at Longo Trial about Dragging Sound
Byline: Bill Bishop The Register-Guard NEWPORT - A Milwaukie couple testified about hearing loud, dragging noises coming from the Longo family residence the night prosecutors say Longo killed his wife and three children during testimony Monday in...
Peace Rally Portrayals Miss the Mark
Byline: Bob Welch / The Register-Guard In last Thursday's column, I wrote about the danger of letting our emotions about the war bring out the worst in us. In Sunday's column, I did it myself. I'm reminded of the raspy-throated woman at Yachats...
Phoenix Rise to Occasion but Fall Short
Byline: Chris Hansen The Register-Guard Wisconsin-Green Bay won its first game ever in the NCAA women's basketball tournament on Saturday against Washington. And it will be the memory of that game that will provide inspiration through the spring...
Pietsch, Jarvis Lead Beavers' Victory
Byline: The Register-Guard CORVALLIS - Seth Pietsch and Andy Jarvis each drove in a run in the seventh inning to lead Oregon State to a 6-4 victory over UC Santa Barbara on Monday. Pietsch tripled home the go-ahead run to break a 4-4 tie for...
Prep Scoreboard
Byline: The Register-Guard Nonleague THURSTON 2, PLEASANT HILL 0 Pleasant Hill ... 000 000 0 - 0 1 2 Thurston ... 000 011 x - 2 8 2 Langeliers, Breslaw (6) and Larson; Sales, C. Smith (7) and Escalera. 2B - Thurston, N. Smith. CHURCHILL...
Scoreboard
Byline: The Register-Guard ON THE AIR TELEVISION TENNIS NASDAQ 100, ESPN ... 10 a.m. WOMEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL NCAA: Second round, ESPN2 ... 2 p.m. NCAA: Second round, ESPN ... 4 p.m. NCAA: Second round, ESPN2 ... 4 p.m. ...
Soldiers' Families, Supporters Join Rally
Byline: Susan Palmer The Register-Guard SPRINGFIELD - Almost one hundred strong, they marched downtown on Monday with one simple message: Our troops are dying in action, and it's time to close ranks and support them. "When war starts, we've got...
U.S. Military Strategy Proving 'Agile'
Byline: Jeff Wright The Register-Guard So far, so good. Given the unpredictability of war, the United States has to be happy with the effectiveness of its early military strategy in Iraq, a University of Oregon expert on international conflict...
Worldwide Unrest Drives Up Gas Costs
Byline: From Register-Guard and news service reports Gasoline prices in Lane County and nationwide continued to hover near records amid uncertainty about the outcome of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq. In the Eugene-Springfield area, a gallon of...