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Articles from The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR) (March 13, 2004)

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20-year parks plan sets goals for city recreation areas. 482
BRIEFLY. 405
BRIEFLY. 519
Bulldogs, Tigers set up Sky-Em showdown. 638
Burns topples No. 1 Tillamook. 375
Cascade races past Ontario for title shot. 413
Churchill makes Mehl head coach. 233
Consolation loss to Wilsonville knocks Marist boys out of tourney. 385
Dream sets spiritual transformation in motion. Column 570
Ducks didn't want it to end this way. Column 838
Ducks' big men stand tall. 522
FOR THE RECORD. 662
HERE'S THE SKINNY: TOWNS TAKING STEPS TO GET FIT. 919
Judge delays sex trial of former officer. 328
Junction City's defense stifles Capital Conference champion Stayton as the Tigers win 47-40. 504
LETTERS IN THE EDITOR'S MAILBAG. Letter to the Editor 715
LETTERS IN THE EDITOR'S MAILBAG. Letter to the Editor 1748
Leunen, Panthers returning to final. 570
Limits on camping in sand due in '05. 336
Mitchum sixth at NCAA indoors. 1277
NCC names new president-elect. 507
OBITUARIES. Obituary 2849
Oregon eager for likely invite from NIT. 480
Pac-10 Tournament: Stanford rejects Oregon. 1287
Pioneers follow a familiar route. 442
Saxons shoot down South. 772
South Medford finds redemption. 388
State ban likely discriminates. 1664
STATE SCOREBOARD. 3749
Suicide law still works. Editorial 451
THE BULLETIN. 530
UO law professor, ACLU applaud decision as Lane County keeps a cautious approach. 833
Veterans deserve better. Editorial 653
Volunteers provide no-cost policing. 666

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