Allison Headley

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Name: Allison Headley
Date registered: May 29, 2014

Latest posts

  1. Nick Cannon Discusses Flu Prevention — October 9, 2014
  2. Interview: Spirit Halloween Shops — September 19, 2014
  3. Fatal Car Accident on Highway 58 — September 5, 2014
  4. Sheldon Park D-Day Commemoration — June 6, 2014
  5. Interview: Pets in Hot Cars — May 29, 2014

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Nick Cannon Discusses Flu Prevention

EUGENE, Ore. — Television star Nick Cannon teamed up with Theraflu and Families Fighting Flu, a non-profit, volunteer-based advocacy organization, to help raise awareness about the Fluprint program. The Fluprint program is a five step action plan that gets families ready for the flu. It also raises money for Families Fighting Flu. All you have to do … Continue reading »

Interview: Spirit Halloween Shops

Eugene, Ore. — If you still don’t know what you want to be for Halloween, there’s plenty of time.  Today the owners of a Eugene Halloween Spirit shop dropped by the KEZI 9 studios to give us some helpful hints.

Fatal Car Accident on Highway 58

OAKRIDGE, Ore. — A man is dead after an early morning crash on Highway 58. Oregon State Police says it happened at about 3:30 a.m. Friday, about 25 miles east of Oakridge. Troopers say a Freightliner truck was headed west, pulling a trailer loaded with tree products. The driver lost control on a downhill curve, … Continue reading »

Sheldon Park D-Day Commemoration

EUGENE Ore. — Friday marked the 70th anniversary of D-Day. To honor those who fought in World War II, Sheldon Park held a special commemorative event. Of its 110 residents, 37 are veterans. Nathan Fendrich, a well-known historian in Eugene presented a slide show and lecture about the events that took place on D-Day. “We … Continue reading »

Interview: Pets in Hot Cars

EUGENE, Ore — The City of Eugene Animal Services Manager, Kelly Darnell joined us Thursday to remind us of the dangers of leaving our precious pets in cars. With temperatures in the mid 70s summer is quickly approaching and leaving Fido in the car unattended can be dangerous.