Chenue Her

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Name: Chenue Her
Date registered: June 11, 2013

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  1. Police Chief Still on Paid Leave — November 26, 2014
  2. Residents Agree with Grand Jury Decision — November 25, 2014
  3. Tenants Still Seeking Answers — November 24, 2014
  4. Local Veteran Receives New Home — November 24, 2014
  5. At-Risk Teens Run to Help Others — November 23, 2014

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  1. CDC Statistics On Dog Attacks — 16 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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Police Chief Still on Paid Leave

JUNCTION CITY, Ore. — Questions and concerns from Junction City residents surrounding the Junction City Police Chief Mark Chase, who city administrator, Melissa Bowers, says is on non-disciplinary, paid administrative leave. “Why they’re not telling us, that concerns me the most,” said resident Tonya Buendia. “I’m concerned about him being gone for so long and … Continue reading »

Residents Agree with Grand Jury Decision

EUGENE, Ore. — Authorities in Ferguson, Missouri are waiting to see what happens next, after the grand jury made the decision not to indict police Officer Darren Wilson¬†who shot and killed unarmed teen Michael Brown. Those in favor of the grand jury’s choice are also speaking out, many of them on social media, saying we … Continue reading »

Tenants Still Seeking Answers

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Thanksgiving is just around the corner, but tenants at one Springfield apartment complex are being forced to figure out last minute where they’ll be celebrating this year. It’s been three days since they were told they would have to move because their apartment building has been declared unsafe to live in. The … Continue reading »

Local Veteran Receives New Home

EUGENE, Ore. — A veteran in Eugene is celebrating this Thanksgiving in a new home, thanks to the Veterans’ Housing Project. Logan Murrill, a father of five, served in the United States Marine Corps and the Army. St. Vincent de Paul and Veterans’ Housing Project officials joined the Murrill family Monday at their home, where … Continue reading »

At-Risk Teens Run to Help Others

EUGENE, Ore. — More than 1,000 runners participated in the 8th annual EWEB Run to Stay Warm. Five high school students from Albany Option School trained for weeks to run the 5K. It was an accomplishment some students didn’t think they would reach when they first enrolled in a running class. “It was a little … Continue reading »

Volunteers Prepare for Whiteaker Dinner

EUGENE, Ore. — Volunteers for the Whiteaker Community Dinner are preparing for the big Thanksgiving feast. Dozens of volunteers were at the Lane Community College Cafeteria Sunday afternoon, preparing for the 26th annual free dinner at the Whiteaker Head Start Center. Coordinators say they feed nearly 2,500 people every year on Thanksgiving. They say it’s … Continue reading »

Senator Wyden Delivers Food Boxes

EUGENE, Ore. — Senator Ron Wyden is helping deliver food to Eugene families for the holidays. He was joined by University of Oregon’s “O Heroes” athlete volunteers. They delivered food boxes to families at the Stellar Apartments in west Eugene. Senator Wyden says in a time when giving is celebrated, it shouldn’t just be for … Continue reading »

Veteran Gets A New Home

EUGENE, Ore. — A big win at Autzen Stadium Saturday for a veteran, who was presented with a free house during the game. The mortgage-free home was given to Sergeant Paul McLane from Salem. He¬†served in the United States Army and was wounded while on deployment in Iraq in 2008. The Military Warriors Support Foundation … Continue reading »

NextStep Recycles Electronics

EUGENE, Ore. — One person’s trash could be another person’s treasure. NextStep in Eugene is helping residents find out if that’s true Friday. Organizers say people should bring used electronics to the NextStep booth at the NEDCO Sprout! Farmer’s Market Friday. The items will be brought back to the facilities where they’ll be properly disposed … Continue reading »

EPD Warns About Growing Number of Scams

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene Police sent out an alert Wednesday about a growing problem, scams. Slick criminals have been duping people out of money over the phone or online. These scams range from automated voices claiming to be from the IRS, to a person asking for donations for a good cause. Law enforcement is asking … Continue reading »

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