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UCLA’s Pac-12 stretch run gets steeper with Oregon trip

UCLA, which sits atop the Pac-12 standings tied with USC at 12-3, now has four games left on the regular-season schedule as of Monday, including its upcoming road games against Utah on Thursday night and Colorado on Saturday. Tipoff against the Utes (9-10, 6-9 Pac-12) on Thursday night is scheduled for 5 p.m. on the Pac-12 Networks. The added game, against Oregon on March 3 in Eugene, will be broadcast on ESPN2. The game time has yet to be determined. The first two times the teams tried to play ...
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Ithaca mayor is set to propose a plan to replace the city's police with a civilian-led agency, report says

Svante Myrick, mayor of Ithaca, NY. Andy Katz/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick plans to propose a plan to replace the city's police with a civilian-led agency, GQ reported. The plan was created as part of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's executive order for New York cities to review their police departments. The proposal includes an agency with armed "public safety workers" and unarmed "community solution workers." Visit the Business section of Insider for more stor...
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Chargers QB Justin Herbert returns to fast NFL life after rookie awards

Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert interrupted his offseason break in his hometown of Eugene, Oregon, to accept a few awards in Los Angeles last week. Herbert wore a stylish black suit to take prom-like pictures with the Pepsi Zero Sugar NFL Rookie of the Year award, which was voted on by fans. That was followed by Herbert standing in the center of the SoFi Stadium field to deliver his acceptance speech for the 2020 Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year with the oculus video board s...
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SOUNDS REFRESHING!

Eugene, Oregon-based Oakshire Brewing announced that individuals who purchased the beer in question should not only throw it out, but should don PPE to do so. (Thanks to Rick Day)
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11 Airbnbs with beautiful libraries bookworms will love

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Airbnb As the pandemic persists, many are turning to domestic private vacation rentals since experts say they're safer than hotels.Bookworms can find an escape in more ways than one at these US Airbnbs that feature gorgeous, in-home libraries.We've rounded up top-rated Airbnbs with libraries across the US, ranging from $95 to $328 per night to start.Read more: Are Airbnbs safe? We spoke to experts,...
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Barry Lopez, award-winning Arctic Dreams author, has died aged 75

Lopez, who wrote nearly 20 books on natural history, died in Oregon after a years-long struggle with prostate cancerBarry Lopez, an award-winning American writer who tried to tighten the bonds between people and place by describing the landscapes he saw in 50 years of travel, has died. He was 75.Lopez died in Eugene, Oregon, on Friday after a years-long struggle with prostate cancer, his family said. Continue reading...
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18 brand-new US hotels to add to your 2021 bucket list, including an all-inclusive adventure lodge and Napa Valley's first resort set on a working winery

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Montage Hotels With the COVID-19 vaccine beginning to roll out, there's hope on the horizon for travelers eager to get away next year.In anticipation of a better, brighter year ahead, we rounded up the best new hotels across the US to book for 2021. From a resplendent lakeside inn in North Carolina to an all-inclusive adventure lodge in New Mexico, these noteworthy new stays should go right to the ...
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Justin Herbert: “Crazy experience” playing against Marcus Mariota

Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert grew up in Eugene, Oregon, so he was very familiar with Marcus Mariota‘s exploits at the collegiate...
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Job diary: High-level execs hire me to overhaul their daily schedules so they're less stressed and can get more done. Here are my top 5 tips that can help anyone.

Jan Lehman is a productivity coach and the owner of CTC Productivity. Jan Lehman Jan Lehman is an executive coach and the owner of CTC Productivity in St. Paul, Minnesota. After working as a software developer and a home organizer, Lehman realized she had a knack for understanding people's productivity issues and helping them transform their workflow. She started her coaching business in 2009, and now charges up to $1,900 for a series of exclusive one-on-one coaching sessions.  Lehman says...
Tags: New York, Microsoft, America, Trends, Boeing, Crossfit, Kraft Foods, Lehman, Don, St Paul Minnesota, Stockholm Sweden, CTC, University of California Irvine, Eugene Oregon, Gia Miller Visit Business Insider, Gia Miller


'Home Improvement’ star Zachery Ty Bryan arrested for allegedly choking girlfriend

Bryan was arrested at an Eugene, Oregon apartment complex late Friday night.
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Tom Brady’s rejection might have benefited the Chargers and Justin Herbert

COSTA MESA — Justin Herbert probably can’t tell you where he was when Tom Brady replaced Drew Bledsoe in Week 2 of the 2001 season because he was only 3 years old at the time. Herbert’s parents, Mark and Holly, likely have a better recollection of where he was when the legend of Brady began. Justin Herbert was starting elementary school when Brady won back-to-back Super Bowl titles and his third overall with the New England Patriots in 2005. He was a junior pitcher at Sheldon High School in Euge...
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Chargers QB Justin Herbert learning from his mistakes

Chargers cornerback Chris Harris Jr. got to study rookie quarterback Justin Herbert while he was sidelined for a few practices last week. Harris noticed one of Herbert’s throws while jogging with teammates and stopped to mention how impressed he’s been with him. The former All-Pro cornerback echoed those praises in interviews and recently called him the real deal. After nearly two weeks of padded practices, the reviews on the Chargers’ No. 6 overall pick have been vastly positive. Wide receiver ...
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A question after George Floyd: What do we want police to do?

Editor’s note: This is the final installment in a four-part series that will examine policing in California following George Floyd’s killing and subsequent protests and calls for widespread reform. Part 1 examined how potential officers are selected. Part 2 explored how police officers are trained. Part 3 looked into the issue of police oversight. Part 4 probes into the calls for changing the police and what that could mean. Americans want something different from the police departments they pay...
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Twig Cheese Serving Set

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. While some artists are captivated by sunsets, pewtersmith Deborah Chapman found herself inspired by twigs. Taken with the twists and turns of the fallen sticks outside her Eugene, Oregon studio, she began casting them in solid, lead-free, food-safe pewter. Yes, the resulting set is a work of art, but it's one intended to serve cheese and stand wear. The two spreaders, a fork, and a spoon make a lovely gift for anyone feathering a nest. Hand-cast in Oregon.
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GovExec Daily: Replacing Police Officers With Social Workers

Route Fifty's Emma Coleman joins the show to tallk about programs in places like Eugene, Oregon that use alternatives to police calls.
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Sensible reform idea: ask the police to do less

One of the more intriguing police-reform ideas to emerge in the wake of George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis is remarkable for its simplicity. Many troubling incidents occur after officers respond to minor disturbances involving mentally ill people or non-criminal matters. Why not skip the cops and instead call social workers or mental-health professionals? It’s a common-sense question asked not only by reformers, but by prominent police officials. “We’re asking cops to do too much in this countr...
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Around 30 years ago, Eugene, Oregon retrofitted an old van, staffed it with medics and mental health counselors and had them respond to some 911 calls

Around 30 years ago, a town in Oregon retrofitted an old van, staffed it with young medics and mental health counselors and sent them out to respond to the kinds of 911 calls that wouldn't necessarily require police intervention.
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Social workers, not cops respond to many 911 calls in Eugene, Oregon — and LA is watching

One dry, summer day several years ago a mother watched as her adult son broke furniture and smashed the walls of their trailer-park home. The Eugene, Oregon woman dialed 911 for help. She pleaded to the emergency dispatcher: Don’t send police. Her son carried a history of traumatic encounters with law enforcement, and she feared how he would react to an armed officer. Though Eugene officers still went, the dispatcher also routed the call to a radio in a white van that happened to be parked near ...
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LA leaders considering deploying unarmed teams to some calls instead of police

A Los Angeles City Council committee on Wednesday backed a plan to study how the city could reduce the number of police responses to emergencies by instead sending out unarmed teams of medical and social workers on non-violent calls. The panel’s motion calls for looking at how the city could avoid sending police to assist on mental-health-crisis situations, incidences involving substance use, and other non-violent emergency calls that officers now take. Trained teams that do not carry weapons wo...
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Cities Ask if It's Time to Defund Police and 'Reimagine' Public Safety

After more than a week of protests against police brutality and unrest that left parts of the city burned, a growing chorus of elected officials, civic leaders and residents in Minneapolis are urging the city to break up the Police Department and reimagine the way policing works."We are going to dismantle the Minneapolis Police Department," Jeremiah Ellison, a member of the City Council, said on Twitter this week. "And when we're done, we're not simply gonna glue it back together," he ad...
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Disappearances, danger and death: what is happening to fishery observers?

The people who monitor ships for illegal fishing and labour practices have been vanishing under suspicious circumstancesLiz Mitchell was on her laptop in her living room in Eugene, Oregon, when she got the news. Thousands of miles away, on a Taiwanese fishing boat, a fishery observer named Eritara Aati Kaierua had been found dead.Details were scant. The ship’s name (Win Far No 636), the dead man’s passport number, and where the boat was now headed: the port of Kiribati, a central Pacific island ...
Tags: Food, Human Rights, Environment, Conservation, Marine Life, Fishing, Pacific, Kiribati, Mitchell, Eugene Oregon, Eritara Aati Kaierua


Virtual Tea Festival – Presented by Tealet

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, I began doing daily live videos on Facebook as I started to miss my daily tea-drinking sessions in my tea room in Las Vegas. The experience was awkward at first, but over time I started to realize that it was a delightful experience for my online tea friends that looked forward to connecting with other, new tea friends online – recreating the tea time that we usually enjoy in person. This inspired me to in...
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Coronavirus delays UCLA pole vaulter Sondre Guttormsen’s Olympic dream

Sondre Guttormsen is at home in Ski, Norway. He lives nine hours ahead of what would be his normal life at UCLA. The sophomore pole vaulter spends a good portion of his day inside on his computer doing online classes or in the basement of his family’s house lifting weights. Normally, he’d be outside, walking to classes and training in Westwood for the collegiate outdoor track and field season. This was supposed to be the season of a lifetime for him. Instead, Guttormsen finds himself, along with...
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Discovering new off-road options at Rocky Point

An hour ride from my backyard.(Photos © J. Maus/BikePortland) Earlier this month I shared two stories on the progress out at Rocky Point Trail system in southern Scappoose. On Saturday I finally got out there myself. With roots as a mountain biker, I’ve been watching developments at Rocky Point with great interest. Like many of you, I almost gave up mountain biking altogether when I moved to Portland in 2004. I was spoiled living in Santa Barbara, California with amazing singletrack just a ...
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Olympics Q&A: What now for the Tokyo Games? | Simon Burnton

How will the postponement of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics because of coronavirus affect an event thought to cost £10bn?See all our coronavirus coverageAmong several options considered by the organising committee in recent days has been short-term postponements, by two months or even just one. That possibility has now been rejected, with the joint statement released on Tuesday by the IOC and the Tokyo organising committee saying the event will now commence on “a date beyond 2020 but not later than sum...
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Athlete & Bowhunter Cameron Hanes to attend Outdoor Life Ohio Expo, March 21-22 Colum

Cameron Hanes COLUMBUS, Ohio. – -(AmmoLand.com)- Extreme bow hunter and hardcore athlete Cameron Hanes will be sharing his love for bowhunting the west with fans during the Ohio Outdoor Life/Field & Stream Expo Presented by Suzuki KingQuad in Columbus at the Ohio State Fairgrounds & Expo Center with appearances & seminars on Saturday, March 21 & Sunday, March 22. Hanes, who hails from Eugene, Oregon, has a deep passion for backcountry bowhunting and is well-known for shooting his bow every si...
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Back Home in Oregon, U.S. Man Says He Flouted Request to Remain in Cambodia After Westerdam Passenger’s COVID-19 Diagnosis

Comedian Frank King, a hired performer on the Westerdam, was until this past weekend one of hundreds of passengers and crew members on the Holland America cruise ship who were being held in Cambodia until it was determined that they were free of COVID-19. Now back in the U.S., however, he told local reporters that he left through the back of a hotel in Cambodia, against the wishes of security, to return home. “People think I jumped a quarantine,” King told The Oregonian in a Facebook live i...
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Business Owners Pressure One Oregon City Government Over Homeless Vandals

A coalition of business owners in Eugene, Oregon, says they are losing business to vandalism and harassment from homeless residents of the city.
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Bolt says no way speedy receiver Hill will make Olympic team

While Hill, perhaps the fastest man in the National Football League, may have run quality sprint times in high school that were non-wind assisted (10.19 seconds in 100 metres, 20.14 in 200) eight years ago, Bolt pointed out the 25-year-old would need to run the 200 metres three times over three days at June's U.S. Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon. "A lot of people think it's about one-off runs, but it's rounds that really show who you are and the amount of work you do," Bolt said....
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A Federal Court Threw Out A High Profile Climate Lawsuit. Here’s What It Might Mean For The Future of Climate Litigation

On Friday, the Ninth Circuit court of appeals threw out the high profile lawsuit Juliana v. United States, in which 21 young Americans sued the United States government for failing to act to stop climate change. The court acknowledged that while the threat of climate change is real, it “reluctantly” concluded that the issue should be raised with the executive and legislative branches of government, not the courts. The suit, which was filed in 2015, argues that climate change threatens the p...
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