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Be My Valentine 

Happy Valentines Day! Hopefully this isn’t your first, last minute reminder (if it is, you’re welcome). I’m not one to go over the top on a holiday like Valentine’s Day, (how long until my birthday again?) but we do like to celebrate and do something special together. 226 more words

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Rosco Allen’s 25 Leads Stanford Past No. 11 Oregon

STANFORD (CBS/AP) — Stanford’s Rosco Allen put on a shooting clinic Saturday and it was bad news for No. 11 Oregon.

Allen matched his career-high with 25 points, making four of five from long range and nine of 12 overall, to lead Stanford to a 76-72 upset over the Ducks. 609 more words

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Jorgenson Family | Lincoln City, Or

Kristine is the owner of Kristine Jayne Photography out of  Phoenix, AZ. Her family and friends came up to the Oregon Coast for a relaxing vacation and asked me to come photograph them. 24 more words

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Cort and Megan's Wedding Day

Cort and Megan had one of the most magical weddings we had the honor of photographing last summer.

Cort has known since grade school that Megan was the one, and their young, sweet love is a beautiful thing to behold. 242 more words

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Rosco Allen's 25 leads Stanford past No. 11 Oregon

STANFORD, Calif. (AP) – Michael Humphrey blocked a shot with 4 seconds remaining and Stanford upset No. 11 Oregon 76-72 on Saturday.

Marcus Allen hit two free throws with 3 seconds to seal the win for the Cardinal, who ended a season-worst four-game losing streak. 77 more words

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Shot selection, sluggish play costs No. 11 Oregon at Stanford

Entering this week it appeared as if the question of “who’s the best team in the Pac-12” had a clear answer. No. 11 Oregon sat atop the standings in first place, and with one of the conference’s favorites for Player of the Year in Dillon Brooks leading the way Dana Altman’s Ducks looked to be approaching “elite” status. 368 more words

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HAPPY 157th BIRTHDAY, OREGON!

On February 14, 1859, Oregon was admitted to the Union as the 33rd state.

The name “Oregon,” pronounced Or-eh-gun, is thought to be derived from one of two Indian words: either “ 187 more words

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