Springfield, Oregon

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as the coastal region from Lincoln County (Lincoln County, Oregon) to the Californian border. It began its split from area code 503 on November 5, 1995, and finished June 30, 1996. It is overlaid with '''area code 458''', effective February 10, 2010. '''''Sunshine Daydream''''' is an unreleased movie (film) shot at the Grateful Dead's 1972 Veneta, Oregon concert to benefit the Springfield Creamery in nearby Springfield, Oregon. The film is sometimes shown at small film festival


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; In 1974, he moved to a house on the McKenzie River in Oregon with his wife, Susan, and new born son, Chris, where they welcomed three more children over the years. He recorded several albums throughout the 1970s for Elektra (Elektra Records) and ABC Hickory


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and Walterville (Walterville, Oregon). As it emerges from the mountains it passes along the north side of Springfield (Springfield, Oregon) and joins the Willamette from the east In 1939, Rosborough decided to move his operations to the far northwest. He relocated to Springfield, Oregon, taking with him any loyal employees who wished to make the trip. The move effectively ended the small town of Rosboro, with almost the entire population moving within one years time, either following Thomas Rosborough west, or moving to other locations in search of work. For a time, however, the town did have another mill, which was opened there that same year by the Ozan Lumber Company. That mill operated, though on a much smaller scale than Rosborough's, until 1956. Thomas Rosborough's company, called "Rosboro", flourished. Today, still based in Springfield, Oregon, it is one of the few fully integrated forest products operators in the United States, and now has one of the largest private timberland holdings in the Pacific Northwest. Joyce worked for radio station KJHK FM while at the University of Kansas. His first job on-air was at KTKA TV in Topeka, Kansas. In 1995, Joyce moved to Eugene, Oregon where he worked for KVAL-TV. In 2000, Joyce began working for KMTR TV in neighboring Springfield (Springfield, Oregon). He co-hosted the morning show for the NBC affiliate which became the number one morning show in the Eugene Springfield area. He worked as a meteorologist for KOIN in Portland, Oregon from 2004 to 2010. Joyce's official biography on KOIN website Joyce has also freelanced for Oregon's gay and lesbian newspaper ''Just Out'' as both a writer and a photographer. '''The Emerald Express (EmX)''' is a bus rapid transit (BRT) system in the Eugene (Eugene, Oregon)-Springfield (Springfield, Oregon) metropolitan area in Oregon, United States. It is provided by the Lane Transit District (LTD) which is the public transit authority in Lane County, Oregon. 200px thumb Former Emporium in Ontario, Oregon (Image:Emporium.JPG). right In 1972, Troutman's Emporium acquired two Alexander's store in Springfield (Springfield, Oregon) and Florence, Oregon. Dallas Troutman previously worked there over 20 years before at Alexander's working stock and sweeping floors. The next 13 years were years of major expansion and by 1985, Troutman's Emporium was 13 store chain. In 1986, Troutman's Emporium acquired six Quisenberry stores in Oregon and Idaho. For the next two years Troutman's Emporium opened 5 stores including a store in Chico, California. In 1988, Emporium acquired a J.C. Penney store in Nampa, Idaho at the Karcher Mall. In 1999, Troutman's Emporium was in merger talks with Lamonts but it fell through Lamonts Terminates Takeover Talks with Troutman's . In 2000, Ron Schiff was hired as the new president and CEO of Troutman's Emporium. Ron Schiff added six new stores in fall 2000 including stores in Aberdeen, Washington, Brookings, Oregon, The Dalles, Oregon, Elko, Nevada Winnemucca, Nevada and Cottage Grove, Oregon.


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to connect Washington, D.C., and the Washington Dulles International Airport. (DOT had previously agreed to subsidize the Silver Line construction to Reston, Virginia.)


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, Rosborough decided to move his operations to the far northwest. He relocated to Springfield, Oregon, taking with him any loyal employees who wished to make the trip. The move effectively ended the small town of Rosboro, with almost the entire population moving within one years time, either following Thomas Rosborough west, or moving to other locations in search of work. For a time, however, the town did have another mill, which was opened there that same year by the Ozan Lumber Company


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as the coastal region from Lincoln County (Lincoln County, Oregon) to the Californian border. It began its split from area code 503 on November 5, 1995, and finished June 30, 1996. It is overlaid with '''area code 458''', effective February 10, 2010. '''''Sunshine Daydream''''' is an unreleased movie (film) shot at the Grateful Dead's 1972 Veneta, Oregon concert to benefit the Springfield Creamery in nearby Springfield, Oregon. The film is sometimes shown at small film festivals, and bootleg recordings of it have circulated on VHS and DVD and as digital download (Digital distribution)s. Death On November 23, 1994, Barr was found dead lying with his child at his home in Springfield, Oregon. Preliminary reports said that he died of an aneurysm, but later reports said that he died under unknown circumstances. Barr did not have heart problems, no aneurysm or internal bleeding, and no ring injuries. He had a mixture of alcohol and drugs in his blood stream. Eddie Guerrero was his best friend around this time period. Although Eddie Guerrero's book claims that the cause of Barr's death is still unknown to this day, ''Hardcore History'' by Scott E. Williams, criminal-justice reporter and wrestling columnist for ''The Galveston County Daily News'', states that "Barr died in his sleep from a drug-related heart attack." Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer recounted a discussion with Barr's coroner who remarked that Barr's oversized organs implied steroid use but ruled that to be unlikely because of Barr's size. DATE OF DEATH November 23, 1994 PLACE OF DEATH Springfield, Oregon, USA - 100px (File:) -- Academy of Arts and Academics Springfield (Springfield, Oregon) Springfield S.D. (Springfield School District (Oregon)) 112 - Plot On 19 May 1983 at approximately 10:48 p.m, Downs (portrayed by Fawcett) drove to McKenzie-Willamette Hospital in Springfield (Springfield, Oregon), Oregon with a gunshot wound to her arm. http: www.imdb.com title tt0098352 plotsummary She claimed that an unknown assailant attempted to carjack (carjacking) her and shot her three children: Karen, 8 (real name Christie Ann); Shauna, 7 (Cheryl Lynn); and Robby, 3 (Stephen Daniel). Shauna was dead on arrival at the hospital. Eldest daughter Karen was badly injured, but survived suffering a temporary loss of speech due to a stroke after the shooting, but recovered sufficiently to serve as a witness in court against her mother. Diane's son was paralyzed from the chest down. Downs was eventually tried and convicted of murder, attempted murder, and assault. The '''Mount Pisgah Arboretum''' (85 ha 209 acres) is a non-profit arboretum and botanical garden located within the Howard Buford Recreation Area (930 ha 2,300 acre), between the Coast Fork of the Willamette River and the slopes of Mount Pisgah (Mount Pisgah (Oregon)) near Eugene (Eugene, Oregon)-Springfield (Springfield, Oregon), Oregon, United States. Admission is $3 per car and permits can be purchased at a self-service pay station. One of MacLaren's most infamous residents was Kip Kinkel, who in 1998 murdered his two parents, as well as two students at his Springfield, Oregon, high school. On June 11, 2007 aged 24, Kinkel was moved to the Oregon State Correctional Institution to serve the remainder of his de facto life sentence. In 1939, Rosborough decided to move his operations to the far northwest. He relocated to Springfield, Oregon, taking with him any loyal employees who wished to make the trip. The move effectively ended the small town of Rosboro, with almost the entire population moving within one years time, either following Thomas Rosborough west, or moving to other locations in search of work. For a time, however, the town did have another mill, which was opened there that same year by the Ozan Lumber Company. That mill operated, though on a much smaller scale than Rosborough's, until 1956. Thomas Rosborough's company, called "Rosboro", flourished. Today, still based in Springfield, Oregon, it is one of the few fully integrated forest products operators in the United States, and now has one of the largest private timberland holdings in the Pacific Northwest. Joyce worked for radio station KJHK FM while at the University of Kansas. His first job on-air was at KTKA TV in Topeka, Kansas. In 1995, Joyce moved to Eugene, Oregon where he worked for KVAL-TV. In 2000, Joyce began working for KMTR TV in neighboring Springfield (Springfield, Oregon). He co-hosted the morning show for the NBC affiliate which became the number one morning show in the Eugene Springfield area. He worked as a meteorologist for KOIN in Portland, Oregon from 2004 to 2010. Joyce's official biography on KOIN website Joyce has also freelanced for Oregon's gay and lesbian newspaper ''Just Out'' as both a writer and a photographer. '''The Emerald Express (EmX)''' is a bus rapid transit (BRT) system in the Eugene (Eugene, Oregon)-Springfield (Springfield, Oregon) metropolitan area in Oregon, United States. It is provided by the Lane Transit District (LTD) which is the public transit authority in Lane County, Oregon. 200px thumb Former Emporium in Ontario, Oregon (Image:Emporium.JPG). right In 1972, Troutman's Emporium acquired two Alexander's store in Springfield (Springfield, Oregon) and Florence, Oregon. Dallas Troutman previously worked there over 20 years before at Alexander's working stock and sweeping floors. The next 13 years were years of major expansion and by 1985, Troutman's Emporium was 13 store chain. In 1986, Troutman's Emporium acquired six Quisenberry stores in Oregon and Idaho. For the next two years Troutman's Emporium opened 5 stores including a store in Chico, California. In 1988, Emporium acquired a J.C. Penney store in Nampa, Idaho at the Karcher Mall. In 1999, Troutman's Emporium was in merger talks with Lamonts but it fell through Lamonts Terminates Takeover Talks with Troutman's . In 2000, Ron Schiff was hired as the new president and CEO of Troutman's Emporium. Ron Schiff added six new stores in fall 2000 including stores in Aberdeen, Washington, Brookings, Oregon, The Dalles, Oregon, Elko, Nevada Winnemucca, Nevada and Cottage Grove, Oregon.


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, Oregon . 200px thumb Former Emporium in Ontario, Oregon (Image:Emporium.JPG). right In 1972, Troutman's Emporium acquired two Alexander's store in Springfield (Springfield, Oregon) and Florence, Oregon. Dallas Troutman previously worked there over 20 years before at Alexander's working stock and sweeping floors. The next 13 years were years of major expansion and by 1985, Troutman's Emporium was 13 store chain. In 1986, Troutman's Emporium acquired six Quisenberry stores


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to connect Washington, D.C., and the Washington Dulles International Airport. (DOT had previously agreed to subsidize the Silver Line construction to Reston, Virginia.)


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, Oregon . 200px thumb Former Emporium in Ontario, Oregon (Image:Emporium.JPG). right In 1972, Troutman's Emporium acquired two Alexander's store in Springfield (Springfield, Oregon) and Florence, Oregon. Dallas Troutman previously worked there over 20 years before at Alexander's working stock and sweeping floors. The next 13 years were years of major expansion and by 1985, Troutman's Emporium was 13 store chain. In 1986, Troutman's Emporium acquired six Quisenberry stores

Springfield, Oregon

thumb The historic Southern Pacific depot in Springfield (Image:SpringfDepot.JPG)

'''Springfield''' is a city in Lane County (Lane County, Oregon), Oregon, United States. Located in the Southern Willamette Valley (Willamette Valley), it is within the Eugene-Springfield Metropolitan Statistical Area. Separated from Eugene (Eugene, Oregon) to the west, mainly by Interstate 5 (Interstate 5 in Oregon), Springfield is the second-most populous city in the metropolitan area after Eugene. As of the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), the city has a total population of 59,403. title American FactFinder: Oregon population url http: factfinder2.census.gov faces tableservices jsf pages productview.xhtml?pid DEC_10_PL_GCTPL2.ST13&prodType table publisher U.S. Census Bureau accessdate March 3, 2011

The Briggs family first settled the Springfield area, arriving in 1848. The community was incorporated as a city in 1885. The city was named after a natural spring located in a field or prairie within the current city boundaries. Traditionally the economy of the community was resource dependent, but since the 1990s the economy has diversified with PeaceHealth now the largest employer in the city. Public education in the city is provided by the Springfield School District (Springfield School District (Oregon)).

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