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About: springfield, oregon

Springfield is named for a natural spring that is located in a field or prairie in what is now Springfield city limits. Many fans of The Simpsons believe the town to be the Springfield of the show because the creator of the show, Matt Groening, is from Oregon. Groening later confirmed fans' beliefs. Notable residents have included actor Eric Millegan (Bones), and author and central character of The Electric Kool-aid Acid Test Ken Kesey (One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest) and science fiction author Theodore Sturgeon (More Than Human).

Population: 52864
Local Newspapers: Springfield Beacon Register Guard
Local Sports Teams: Eugene Emeralds (baseball) Portland Fire (WNBA) Portland Forest Dragons (AFL) Portland Trail Blazers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Pioneer Pacific College

Zip Codes associated with springfield, oregon: 97477 97478
Towns/Cities near springfield, oregon : Eugene Lowell Creswell Cottage Grove

Springfield News
Local air agency says air is currently healthy

The skies are smokey all day. The moon is a creepy red at night. At least the sunsets are fantastic lately, but the wildfire smoke is hanging over Lane County in an apocalyptic haze this week.

Eugene's free weekly medical service moves across the river

For the past seven years, Occupy Medical has provided health care to anyone who needs it.

Yogi Tea moves into new home in Eugene

After four years of planning and more than two years since breaking ground, the longtime leader in Lane County's food manufacturing industry has moved into its 190,000-square-foot plant and begun ramping up operations. The $21 million building serves as Yogi's North American headquarters and, for the first time in five years, consolidates its 120 Lane County employees under one roof.

White man pushing a STROLLER launches racist attack on construction workers

'Go to Mexico': White man pushing a stroller launches racist attack on construction workers after their broken trailer blocked his way 'This guy didn't want to walk in the street, I stopped traffic and offered to let him pass,' said Albert Tufillaro, who filmed the Saturday encounter The man - believed to be in his 50s or 60s - told the men to 'Go to Mexico' before pushing one of them Oregon police are asking the public to help them identify a white man who made racist remarks at a group of Latino men, telling them to 'Go to Mexico ' before shoving one of them.

Oregon man mistaken for gang member beaten in park

Springfield police say three men attacked another man after suspecting his red Portland Trail Blazers jersey signified he was in a gang.

Study: Eugene might be at lower risk from a big quake

New research from the University of Oregon delivers what may be a sliver of good news - if it can be called that - for the Eugene-Springfield area as the Pacific Northwest prepares for what scientists say will be the worst natural disaster in the region's recorded history. The research by Miles Bodmer, a doctoral student at the university, offers a theory about why the Cascadia Subduction Zone, a 700-mile-long fault in the Earth's crust, is less likely to produce a major earthquake off the Oregon Coast and more likely to generate one off Northern California and Washington state.

Tracks near Laurelwood Golf Course made by a dog

The media's been full of breathless reports about cougars lately. Cougar shot and killed in Springfield; woman telepathically communicates with a cougar in her living room; and the latest is that cougar tracks were reported to Eugene Police Department as being found near Laurelwood Golf Course here in Eugene .

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Harnessing solar power has been around since 1839, when French scientist Alexandre Edmond Becquerel discovered one could turn the sun's energy into electricity if he/she used the right materials. In the race for space during the 1950s, Bell Laboratories helped the quest for solar energy take another giant leap when it invented the first solar panels.

Editorials from around Oregon

We've been placing all sorts of items in curbside recycling bins, assuming that was appropriate because, well, it seems as if they should be recyclable - garden hoses, diapers, pots and pans, plastic bags, wire hangers, clamshell food containers . even bowling balls.

Newspaper carrier spots cougar in Springfield neighborhood

A newspaper carrier spotted the creature near 10th and D streets and the animal was last seen in the 1200 to 1400 block of an alley between E and F streets, Springfield police said. The cougar was sighted in an area close to Willamalane Park and schools, said police, who are urging residents to be cautious and keep an eye on children and pets when going outside.

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