The temperature hasn't gone above freezing since, so the snow stuck around.
School was canceled again Monday.
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With road conditions still troublesome, Sanipac says its garbage and recycling services will be suspended.
Scott Rohter says his town since has ankle-deep snow on the main road - Highway 126 - four days after the storm.
The Oregon Department of Transportation says crews have been plowing and sanding since the storm began, but low temperatures have left them unable to de-ice some of the snow pack still left on the highway.
Rohter questions ODOTS work on the McKenzie Highway, saying he's seen three plows drive through with their plows up in the air.
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Friday's snowfall stuck around all weekend and claimed a second day of school on Monday. As evening approached Monday, many schools announced their plans for Tuesday.
Oregon tight end Pharaoh Brown was suspended from the Duck's appearance in the Alamo Bowl for his involvement in a snowball fight Friday that targeted drivers on campus, the University of Oregon Athletic Department said.
Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber announced Monday morning that he will run for an historic fourth term.
A water main break affected City of Eugene offices on the fourth floor of the Eugene Library downtown on Monday.
A $5 drug deal turned into a trip to jail after a 21-year-old grabbed a pocketknife away from his 17-year-old would-be customer and robbed him Sunday afternoon, the Lane County Sheriff's Office said.
Devon Emra was jailed on charges of Robbery-1, Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Coercion and Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine.
According to the sheriff's office, Emra met the 17-year-old boy on Skipper Avenue in North Eugene. The two had arranged a drug deal by phone, the sheriff's office said.
Programs are canceled, but public places in Eugene are open to give people a place to warm up, the City of Eugene said.
Due to the possibility of additional snowfall Monday night and Tuesday morning – and continued sub-freezing temperatures – Oregon State University’s Corvallis campus will delay reopening on Tuesday, Dec. 10, until 9 a.m.
The Valley Library will reopen at that time as well.
OSU closed at noon on Friday after a storm dumped nearly a foot of snow on Corvallis, and remained closed on Monday because of temperatures dipping into single digits.
Oregon DOT crews ask motorists to be patient as de-icing trucks work to improve the safety on area roads.
Several de-icer trucks are working in tandem to clear Beltline on Monday morning, staggered in both lanes, said Rick Little with Oregon DOT.