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Read more... LCC President Mary Spilde on Enrollment, Budget, Special Session
Classes begin Monday Sept. 30th at Lane Community College.
Read more... Home Canning Hobby Leads To Near Fatal Medical Mystery
Home canning can be a great way to enjoy home grown foods through the winter if done right. If done wrong, it can be deadly.
Read more... Proposed Logging Project Seeking Comment
The McKenzie Project is on BLM land near Vida east of Eugene.
Read more... ODA Awards Its Specialty Crop Grant
The Oregon Department of Agriculture has chosen the recipients of the specialty crops block grant funds.
Read more... In-state Tuition for Undocumented Immigrants Begins in Oregon
A profile of one young man who is one of the first to take advantage of tuition equity. He'll begin classes at the University of Oregon next week.
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Mormons Face A Painful Loss If The Church Severs Boy Scout Ties

Scouting has been the official program for Mormon boys for more than 100 years, but that may change after a vote allowing openly gay leaders. A Brigham Young professor says a split would be wrenching.

NFL's First Female Coach Raises The Perennial 'Distraction' Question

Will the NFL's first female coach be a "distraction" for the Arizona Cardinals or merely a distraction for the media? NPR's Rachel Martin talks sensationalism in sports with Slate's Mike Pesca.

Could Biden Catch Clinton In A White House Bid?

Host Rachel Martin speaks with William Pierce, executive director of the the Draft Biden PAC, about reports that the vice president is mulling a 2016 run.

Less-Addictive Opioids Could Boost Drug Firms' Image

Drug users are testing opioids that are less prone to abuse than current drugs. David Crow of the Financial Times tells NPR's Rachel Martin the drugs could also boost profits for pharmaceutical firms.

Nusra Front Attacks U.S.-Backed Syrian Fighters

The Syrian insurgent group affiliated with al-Qaeda has attacked U.S.-backed Syrian fighters. NPR's Rachel Martin gets the details from Anne Barnard of the New York Times.

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