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Beer
7:15 am
Mon May 26, 2014

After Portland and Seattle, ‘Brew Dogs’ take on Alaska

Scottish beer-makers James Watt and Martin Dickie host the TV show Brew Dogs.
Credit http://tv.esquire.com/shows/brew-dogs

A reality TV show about the craft beer industry has taken on breweries in Portland and Seattle. Now, it’s headed north to feature the Alaskan Brewing Co., in the capital city of the nation’s northernmost state.

In 2007, Scottish beer makers James Watt and Martin Dickie started BrewDog, now one of the most popular craft breweries in the U.K.

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Military & Veterans
12:01 am
Mon May 26, 2014

Memorial Day: Remembering Those Who Died For Their Country

The Afghan-Iraqi Freedom Memorial at the Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs in Salem, Ore.
Credit ODVA

While Memorial Day means no work or school for most people, it's also a time to remember those who have served their country. On Memorial Day, there's a ceremony at the Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs.

Families and friends will gather at the Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs in Salem at the Afghan-Iraqi Freedom Memorial. In the annual ceremony, the names of two Oregon soldiers will be added to the wall. The department's Director, Cameron Smith, says they were killed in Afghanistan last year.

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U of O Athletics
9:21 pm
Sun May 25, 2014

#1 Ranked Oregon Softball Team College World Series Bound

Oregon softball team celebrates after winning the Eugene Super Regional against Minnesota.
Credit Eric Evans/goducks.com

The University of Oregon softball team is on its way to the College World Series.  The Ducks defeated Minnesota in two games in this weekend’s Super Regional tournament in Eugene. Last year at this time, Oregon’s dreams of making the World Series were dashed in the Super Regional.  But things are different this time around.  The Ducks went into the post season the number one team in the country.  And on Sunday, they finished off the Golden Gophers of Minnesota.

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U of O Athletics
11:44 pm
Sat May 24, 2014

Ducks Take First Game Of NCAA Softball Super Regional

Oregon's NCAA Softball Super Regional is completely sold out.
Credit Jes Burns

The #1 ranked University of Oregon softball team is hosting the NCAA Super Regional tournament this weekend.  In the opening game of the best-of-three series on Saturday, the Ducks defeated Minnesota 10 to 2 before a record crowd.  The Golden Gophers got on the board first with a two-hit, one run first inning, but then Oregon’s lead-off hitter Courtney Ceo homered to tie it up.

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Oregon Coast
10:40 am
Sat May 24, 2014

Don't Disturb The Seal Pups

An Oregon Seal Pup
Credit salem-news

This time of year, numerous young seal pups are venturing onto the Oregon coast. People visiting the coast this Memorial Day weekend need to remember to avoid the animals. Jim Rice coordinates the Oregon Marine Mammal Stranding Network. He says there have been instances where beach-goers remove lone seal pups because they think they have been abandoned.

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Politics & Government
4:44 pm
Fri May 23, 2014

Updated Primary Results Released

Friday, Lane County released updated results for Tuesday’s primary election.

The numbers show incumbent Jay Bozievich ahead of Dawn Lesley by just 85 votes for the West Lane County Commissioner position.

For East Lane County, incumbent Faye Stewart has just over half the votes with 50.1 percent. His closest challenger, Kevin Matthews has about 35 percent.

The Pleasant Hill school bond appears to be passing by 14 votes in favor.

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Health
3:28 pm
Fri May 23, 2014

Portland Residents Ordered to Boil Water

The city of Portland has issued a boil water notice for all Portland Water Bureau customers.

Until further notice, all customers should boil all tap water used for drinking, food preparation, tooth brushing and ice. The water should boil for at least one minute. Ice or any beverages prepared with un-boiled tap water on or after May 20th should be discarded.

Portland City Commissioner Nick Fish met with reporters to explain what that order will mean for customers.

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Axe and Fiddle, Bombs Away Cafe
3:26 pm
Fri May 23, 2014

Run Boy Run Live at KLCC

Run Boy Run. Left to right: Grace Rolland, Jen Sandoval, Bekah Sandoval Rolland, Matt Rolland, Jesse Allen.

Run Boy Run is a progressive bluegrass band from Arizona, weaving occasional elements of classical and jazz into their sound at times. Their first full-length CD, So Sang the Whippoorwill, was released last year, with liner notes by Garrison Keillor. A new CD called Something to Someone will be out this fall. Run Boy Run stopped by the KLCC studios for songs and conversation, before perform at the Axe and Fiddle in Cottage Grove on Friday, May23rd.They will return to the KLCC listening region on Wednesday, May 28th for a show at Bombs Away Café in Corvallis.

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University of Oregon
1:29 pm
Fri May 23, 2014

Graduate Teaching Fellows Hold "Work-In"

Graduate student fellows study in the lobby of Johnson Hall.
Credit Karen Richards

Graduate student teachers at the U of O have been in contract negotiations since late 2013. Today (Friday), the group held a "work-in" on campus to bring attention to their still un-met demands.

Fifteen hundred Graduate Teaching Fellows and Research Assistants work at the U of O. After the most recent bargaining session failed, their union, the GTFF, voted to authorize a strike. PhD student John LaRochelle has been on the bargaining team. Today he's studying quietly with 15 or 20 other students in the administration building:

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Small Business
10:46 am
Fri May 23, 2014

Dalia Is Closing After One Year In Downtown Eugene

Credit Dalia on Broadway

After a year, a Eugene restaurateur is closing his Lebanese restaurant downtown. Dalia could close as soon as Friday or by the end of May.

Ibrahim Hamide took over Zenon Café at the corner of East Broadway and Pearl in 2009. He decided to bring the food of his native Lebanon to the site and opened Dalia there a year ago. He says it's been a difficult year for a new restaurant, with rough winter weather and construction. Then the landlord raised the rent--effective June 1st.

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