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Articles from The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR) (March 5, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
`Teacher' keeps preaching. 892
2 women top field of Eugene hopefuls. 583
A TASTE OF COMING HOME. 717
Beavers stay alive for tourney. 634
Big-name entertainment options are busting out all over. 440
BRIEFLY. 385
BRIEFLY. 353
BRIEFLY. 313
Champs advance to semis. 423
Davis relieves pressure with performance. Column 758
Decorated wrestling coach dies. 995
Ducks take part in pro timing sessions. 283
Ex-cop accused of 'sexual shakedowns'. 837
Folklife remembers Minnie. 286
FOR THE RECORD. 928
FRESH SHEET. 319
Gripping `Laramie Project' deserves revival. 749
Haring, Bills honored. 162
Holt chief executive on leave as past allegation surfaces. 648
Irish look out for No. 1 after quarterfinal win. 770
Kruse sees the light. Editorial 335
LETTERS IN THE EDITOR'S MAILBAG. Letter to the Editor 1637
Local ministers say they oppose gay marriages. 832
Myrtle Point rolls past Cobras. 231
OBITUARIES. Obituary 3015
OFAM puts folk back in life. 1224
PREP SCOREBOARD. 2248
Reclamation project gets under way at Kelly Middle School gymnasium. 323
Same-sex couples in Eugene finally make wedding plans. 646
Scratcher soothes those who're itchin' to dance. Column 477
Seniors book trip to Los Angeles. 1191
State fines Qwest for poor service. 436
State suspends 'marijuana doctor' Leveque. 483
The naming puzzle. Editorial 605
This Cult still has a following. 359
Tuesday is deadline to file as candidates for office. 737
USC offense runs out of options. 405
Wilson puts her stamp on jazz music. 940
Wobbly legs of a freshman have helped lift injured Ducks. 899

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