The Register Guard (Eugene, OR)

Daily newspaper provides local, national, world news with sections on business, sports, editorials, columns, arts, entertainment, and blogs

Articles from November 17, 2002

Artists Will Make a Motel Their Venue
Byline: The Register-Guard Performers often stay in motels but seldom, if ever, do a show there - at least, not for the public. Yet, that is precisely what the Creative Material Group will do with its ``Motelhaus#3'' event on Saturday. Eight...
Business Datebook
Byline: The Register-Guard TUESDAY Multifamily Housing Council of Oregon. Topic: Inspecting for potential liabilities. Time: 11:30 a.m. Place: Gateway Restaurant, 3198 Gateway St., Springfield. Cost: Lunch $6.75. Contact: 503-378-1640. Technical...
Choir to Perform `Elijah'
Byline: The Register-Guard Felix Mendelssohn's celebrated oratorio "Elijah" will be performed by the expanded musical forces of the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection on Nov. 24. The dramatic music telling the story of the prophet Elijah...
Coastwatchers Keep Eye on Whole Shoreline
Byline: The Register-Guard They number 1,080 now, and they watch over Oregon's 362-mile coastline - mile by mile. They're members of Coastwatch, formed eight years ago with the goal of monitoring the welfare of every inch of the Oregon Coast....
Communities Roundup
Byline: The Register-Guard MILITARY NEWS Steven F. Maurmann, a colonel with the Air Force, has been decorated with the Bronze Star Medal. The medal is awarded for a heroic act, meritorious achievement or distinguished service during armed...
Gleemen to Open Season in American Style
Byline: The Register-Guard To open its season, the Eugene Gleemen will sing spirituals, patriotic tunes and folk songs at concerts Friday and Nov. 24. The opening marks the debut of conductor John Jantzi, who has invited the Oregon Children's...
It's Up to Saddam
Byline: The Register-Guard Confronted by the threat of war and demands that he disarm, Saddam Hussein has accepted a new, more stringent United Nations resolution that will return weapons inspectors to Iraq to search for suspected weapons of...
Obituaries
Byline: The Register-Guard Michael Lindley The funeral will be Nov. 18 for Michael D. Lindley of Eugene, who died Nov. 14 of a heart attack. He was 60. Lindley was born Oct. 26, 1942, in Port Townsend, Wash., to Milton and Margaret Lindley....
Oregon Football 2002
Byline: The Register-Guard WASHINGTON 42, OREGON 14 STARS OF THE GAME OREGON - Igor Olshansky, sophomore defensive tackle, San Francisco, Calif. Olshansky had 10 tackles, six of them unassisted, including three tackles for loss. WASHINGTON...
Readers Share Their Favorite Beaches
Byline: The Register-Guard Cape Arago Beach near Charleston You clamber down the steeply curving path, past grey weathered picnic tables tucked in the hill, dump your goodies behind some driftwood, shout greetings back at the seal barking...
Shakespeare Festival Has Record Season
Byline: The Register-Guard The Oregon Shakespeare Festival closed its 2002 season on a high note. Ticket sales and revenues increased by more than 8 percent over 2001, setting records. But the sagging national economy decreased investment returns,...
Shrewd Hire at Metro
Byline: The Register-Guard The Eugene-Springfield Metropolitan Partnership will receive a much-needed injection of energy and expertise in January when Jack Roberts assumes the helm of the county's top economic development agency on Jan. 1 after...
This Week at the UO
Byline: The Register-Guard Monday Japan Film Series - 7 p.m. "Happiness of the Katakuris" is part of the yearlong series that showcases contemporary Japanese films, all shown in Japanese with English subtitles. Room 214, McKenzie Hall. Free....
Two Premieres Will Be among Concerts at UO Music School
Byline: The Register-Guard Two world premieres are among programs featuring symphonic works, string repertoire, jazz selections, choral pieces and electroacoustic music this week at the University of Oregon School of Music, 961 E. 18th Ave. ...
UO Men Second at Western Regional
Byline: The Register-Guard From news service reports The Oregon men's cross country team has secured a spot in the national meet, and the UO women could be right behind them. The UO men finished second at the NCAA Western Regional Championships...
Urban Vistas
Byline: The Register-Guard WE SEE IT every day. In fact, we become so accustomed to its familiar profile, we often don't see Spencer Butte at all. Yet the stately, blue-green presence that dominates our southern skyline would be a traffic-stopper...