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Caitlin is the granddaughter of Joan Furlong and is a graduate of Mt...The bridegroom is the son of Barbara and Gene Ramberg of Portland, Oregon...The ceremony was officiated by the bride's sister, Natalie Head; maid of honor, sister Keriann Head.
These Mallards savor speed and full-on physical contact instead...They roar with a lion-like ferociousness and at a freight train decibel level. Yes, you're not in tranquil Pacific Northwest anymore but the Oregon Ducks country Once a sleepy local
Oregon poised to be the most expensive in the Cardinal's history Stanford Stadium in Palo Alto. When the Stanford University football team takes on the University of Oregon this Thursday, fans lucky enough to have a seat at the Palo Alto stadium will
Dan Savage collected $24,000 as contracted by UO on an event last month. Savage is sex and relationship advice writer based in Seattle. He helped launch a new UO smartphone app called SexPositive to help educate
The University of Oregon may start a sporting goods product-management program at its Portland campus. The Oregonian reports (http://bit.ly/1cufe5b ) a step toward the program is a series of four management workshops starting Friday. An adjunct
Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly said on Monday Eagles quarterback Michael Vick will likely not be able to play next Sunday in Oakland after he reinjured his left hamstring on Sunday in the Eagles loss to the
Chilly fans at Husky Stadium were asked to remain in their seats Saturday night for a halftime program celebrating the life and times of Donald Earl James...A clip spanning the highlights professional and personal of James 38-year association
In an incredibly touching video from Oregon United for Marriage , Ed and Warren take us through four decades of their relationship since they got together at the University of Oregon, bought their first home at age 24, and came to the place they are
As a youngster, Michael Emmens never particularly looked forward to the family's vacation each summer. "We would go to reunions of the Raiders they had them every year," he recalled. "I remember saying, 'Do we have to do that again for our vacation?'
The University of Oregon's clogged and clunky wireless system is a shock to many students. The predicament began in the fall of 2011, when the demand for Wi-Fi connections on campus began outstripping the bandwidth the UO provides. The Eugene