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Over seventy artists, musicians, and dancers will explore the theme of “Marginalized Voices,” in the Platform Festival at the EMU on the UO Campus on Saturday evening, May 6th. Brad Garner and Amanda Baca speak with KLCC’s Eric Alan about the meaning of the theme, and how those creative voices will speak to it during the free festival. 

Rachael McDonald

In the May 16th Election, voters in coastal Lincoln County  are considering a ballot measure that would ban aerial spraying of pesticides and herbicides.

  This is KLCC.  I’m Connie Bennett, Director of Eugene Public Library, with a book review of "On Trails” by Robert Moor.

Brian Bull / KLCC

A formidable weapon against the Axis powers is visiting the Eugene Airport this weekend.  The World War Two-era bomber – a B-17 Flying Fortress called the “Aluminum Overcast” – will offer visitors a chance to learn of the aircraft's role in disrupting the Nazi supply chain.  KLCC’s Brian Bull reports:  

City of Springfield

Springfield’s new Police Chief was sworn in Thursday. The new chief isn’t new to town. Richard Lewis has been with the Springfield Police Department for more than 30 years.

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The Oregon State Parks Foundation hopes “eclipse fever” will help boost their membership. The non-profit will soon auction off 30 campsites within the path of totality for the solar eclipse on August 21st.


Brian Bull / KLCC

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration – or NOAA – has its Pacific Marine Operations 

Center in the coastal city of Newport. 

Danielle Tinker / Beyond Toxics

A Eugene non-profit is cheering a decision by garden retailers to stop selling pesticides that are dangerous to bees.

Brian Bull / KLCC

A major sporting event built on skates, padding, pageantry, and lots of attitude rolls into Eugene this weekend.  Nearly three dozen teams are competing in the “Big O” Roller Derby Tournament that begins Friday.  KLCC’s Brian Bull reports.  

Watercolorist LaVonne Tarbox-Crone
Sandy Brown Jensen


  Out at UO’s Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, local artist LaVonne Tarbox-Crone has received an Award of Excellence at the big watercolor show called “Pour It On!”

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