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AP-OR--Oregon News Coverage,ADVISORY, OR

September 8, 2018

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Oregon at 2:50 p.m.

HEART SURGERY-BARBED WIRE

EUGENE — It turned out to be an unusual Sunday morning on Wayne Wiser’s filbert farm. On July 15, Wiser was using a tractor to mow his 15-acre orchard in north Eugene when something caught his eye. He got off the tractor, with the rear-mounted mower still running, to take a closer look. “I saw a piece of metal, which happened to be barbed wire, and I bent over to pick it up,” Wiser, 62, said. “Next thing I know, it exploded in my hand.” An AP Member Exchange by Chelsea Deffenbacher, The Register-Guard. SENT: 657 words. With AP Photo.

SPORTS:

BC-FBC--T25-PORTLAND ST-OREGON

EUGENE — Justin Herbert threw for 250 yards and four touchdowns before heading to the bench in the third quarter, and No. 23 Oregon routed Portland State 62-14 on Saturday. By Anne M. Peterson. SENT: 567 words.

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