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The Register-Guard is a daily newspaper published in Eugene, Oregon, United States.It was formed in a 1930 merger of two Eugene papers, the Eugene Daily Guard and the Morning Register.The paper serves the Eugene-Springfield area, as well as the Oregon Coast, Umpqua River valley, and surrounding areas.As of 2016, it has a circulation of around 43,000 Monday through Friday, around 47,000 on Saturday, and a little under 50,000 on Sunday.Alexander, would one day edit another Oregon paper, the Lebanon Express.Alexander and his paper vocally supported the old governing class of the former Confederate States of America and were rabid in their opposition to the policies of Reconstruction imposed upon the South by the Northern-based Republican Party. Skaggs continued to push Alexander's Democratic Party/states' rights agenda during his short five weeks at the helm.

Although his own venture as a publisher was short and unprofitable, Alexander unwittingly was the scion of a local newspaper dynasty in Oregon, with two of his sons later themselves publishing The Guard (following the tenure of several intermediate owners), while a grandson, George L.Legends like Steve Prefontaine and current decathlon world record holder Ashton Eaton call Eugene home, so it makes sense that the last two track and field Olympic trials have been held here and are returning again in 2016.Rivaling Friday and Saturday for the wildest night of the week, Wednesday at Taylor’s Bar and Grill is a long-standing Eugene tradition.Elizalde has cleaned, pressed and hung them across his windows and walls, next to framed tributes to a World War II radioman -- his dad.But beyond the stacks of Marine Corps Times and the "USMC" tattoos on each biceps, Elizalde's own military career is nothing to celebrate.