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Fourth-and-inches.

That’s where Mazama had the ball with eleven seconds on the clock Friday night at Viking Field against the Henley Hornets in a Skyline Conference title-deciding game.

The Falcons have struggled in short-yardage situations. 

Despite finishing the 2018 regular season ranked fourth in the NFL in third-down conversions, the Falcons were more productive on third-and-4 or third-and-5 than they were on third down and 1-3 yards to go, according to offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter.

Eugene Weekly

On the last Wednesday of every month, in the back corner of Falling Sky Pour House and Delicatessen in Eugene, members of Trans*Ponder — an education and advocacy nonprofit in Eugene that serves trans- and gender-diverse people — gather together to talk, drink and eat at the end of a long farm-style table beneath the soft glow of string lights. 

Annette Parsons and Jim Clover sat in folding lawn chairs waiting for fire crews to ignite the meadow behind their home and vineyard in the Applegate Valley of southern Oregon. The crew was planning to burn four acres of meadow on the first day, but in total, 24 acres of Parsons and Clover’s land were set to burn over the course of the two-week prescribed fire training. 

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