Chenue Her

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Name: Chenue Her
Date registered: June 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. UO’s Straub Hall Reopens — January 26, 2015
  2. Attempted Robbery near UO — January 26, 2015
  3. Woman Trying to Find Owner of Old Photos — January 25, 2015
  4. 4J School Choice Event — January 24, 2015
  5. Local Fans React to Deflate-gate — January 24, 2015

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  1. CDC Statistics On Dog Attacks — 17 comments
  2. New Container Redemption Policies — 16 comments
  3. Parents Petition for Harsher Punishment — 13 comments
  4. Man Surrenders Baby at Dari Mart — 12 comments
  5. City of Eugene to Discuss Pilot Program — 12 comments

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UO’s Straub Hall Reopens

EUGENE, Ore. — More than one year of construction is a step closer to wrapping up, as Straub Hall on the University of Oregon campus opens its doors for the first time since fall 2013. The $44 million project broke ground in fall of 2013, and it was broken down to two different objectives. Although … Continue reading »

Attempted Robbery near UO

EUGENE, Ore. — Police are searching for a suspect accused of trying to rob three young women at gunpoint. Investigators say the man approached a 19-year-old and her two friends at about 12:30 a.m. Sunday, near East 17th Avenue and Patterson Street. The girls say they were walking home from a party when a man … Continue reading »

Woman Trying to Find Owner of Old Photos

EUGENE, Ore. — A woman is turning to the public for help reuniting a family with a part of its history. Tammy Ferguson found an envelope of old photos about a year ago in an old coach while working at RV Outlet in Eugene. She says no one has come back to claim the pictures, … Continue reading »

4J School Choice Event

EUGENE, Ore. — A chance for 4J parents to check out a variety elementary schools. The district held its elementary school showcase at the 4J education center. Parents were able to meet staff from 19 elementary schools and learn about what each school has to offer. Parents have the choice to register their child for … Continue reading »

Local Fans React to Deflate-gate

EUGENE, Ore. — “Deflate-gate” continues to be the talk around the country as the Super Bowl gets closer, and local fans are hoping it doesn’t take over the excitement. It’s the latest scandal to rock the sports world before the two best teams in the NFL play on the biggest stage. Even with the league … Continue reading »

Measles Awareness at UO

EUGENE, Ore. — University of Oregon students are on alert after a case of measles and another bacterial illness hit the area. The health center medical director says students are required to get immunized for measles. If they don’t, their registration will be put on hold. The director says these sort of restrictions are key … Continue reading »

Four Businesses Exposed to Measles

EUGENE, Ore. — Lane County Public Health has released more updates about a confirmed measles case involving a man who went on vacation to Disneyland last month. Health officials say the man also visited a number of businesses in Eugene with symptoms. They say the man, who is a Eugene resident in his 40s, visited … Continue reading »

Man Sentenced to Jail for Incest

EUGENE, Ore. — An Oregon man who had an incestuous relationship with his grown daughter will be on supervised probation for a year and a half. A Lane County judge also ordered 49-year-old Eric Gates to serve 10 days in jail. He’ll most likely be released Tuesday. Gates is not allowed to have contact with … Continue reading »

Inmate Dies at Springfield Jail

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The Springfield Police Department says an inmate at the Springfield jail died in custody. Springfield police say officers found the 23-year-old man unresponsive in his cell Friday around 4 p.m during a routine check. He was in the cell by himself awaiting trial for a theft charge. Police say officers immediately performed CPR … Continue reading »

Springfield Holds 17th Annual MLK March

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Residents in Springfield took part in Martin Luther King, Jr. celebrations Monday. Dozens of people gathered in front of the Springfield Justice Center where Mayor Christine Lundberg spoke to the crowd before they marched to Springfield High School. There, they heard from more community leaders and also essay contest winners from Springfield … Continue reading »

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