Chenue Her

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Name: Chenue Her
Date registered: June 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Slow Start to Ski Season — December 17, 2014
  2. Businesses React to Pizza Shop Robbery — December 17, 2014
  3. First Cidery Open in Eugene — December 16, 2014
  4. Veneta Residents React to Arrest — December 15, 2014
  5. Mariota-inspired Gear Coming Soon — December 14, 2014

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Slow Start to Ski Season

EUGENE, Ore. — It’s an uphill battle for ski resorts who are off to a slow start because of a lack of snow. Ski shops like Berg’s in Eugene are open for business and can get you hooked up with any gear, even though the closer slopes like Hoodoo and Willamette Pass are not open. … Continue reading »

Businesses React to Pizza Shop Robbery

EUGENE, Ore. — Neighboring businesses are on high alert after the latest armed robbery at a pizza shop in Eugene. Workers at Amazon Coffee Company near 18th Avenue and Willamette Street are concerned because Monday night’s robbery happened across the street. This is the second incident at a Little Caesers in Eugene in less than … Continue reading »

First Cidery Open in Eugene

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene is no stranger to breweries and wineries. Last month, the area’s first cidery opened for business. WildCraft Cider Works just opened the day before Thanksgiving near 4th and Lincoln. Being the first cidery in Eugene makes it unique, but its business approach also sets it apart. The general manager says they … Continue reading »

Veneta Residents React to Arrest

VENETA, Ore. — The tight-knit Veneta community is talking about the arrest of a woman, accused of being the driver in a hit-and-run. The suspect, Isabel McDaniel, is accused of hitting and killing Daniel Ortiz-Reynaga here on 54th and Main on Thursday night. His son, Julio Ortiz, was also hit and suffered minor injuries. Veneta … Continue reading »

Mariota-inspired Gear Coming Soon

EUGENE, Ore. — The Heisman trophy announcement is over but the excitement at the Duck Store is just beginning as the design team and store staff prepare for special gear coming out later this week. As if going to the Rose Bowl wasn’t enough to get fans excited, the historic night for Marcus Mariota is … Continue reading »

Local Duck Fans Celebrate Heisman Win

EUGENE, Ore. — On this side of the country, fans are excited the Ducks quarterback will be flying home with the Heisman, making University of Oregon history. The third time’s the charm—Mariota, the third Duck to be a Heisman finalist but the first ever to win. Local fans are feeling the excitement as well and … Continue reading »

GTFF Strike Ends at UO

EUGENE, Ore. — After more than a week, the strike is over between Graduate Teaching Fellows Federation and the University of Oregon. The two sides came to a resolution Wednesday morning at 8 a.m., after talking for 22 straight hours. The GTFs say they’ve been waiting for this, and they’re ready to move forward. Eight … Continue reading »

UO Could Build New Dorm

EUGENE, Ore. — A new multi-million dollar dorm could be coming to the University of Oregon, adding hundreds of rooms. If approved, the $45 million building will add 500 new rooms for students and construction will begin in April of 2016. The target date for completion is set for August of 2017. The plan is … Continue reading »

Mariota Heisman Hype at UO

EUGENE, Ore. — The Heisman hype continues at the University of Oregon. Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota is now the third Duck football player nominated for the honor. Mariota was named a finalist Monday alongside Alabama’s Amari Cooper and Melvin Gordon from Wisconsin. Fans feel Mariota has the strongest chance to be the first Duck ever … Continue reading »

GTFF Strike Talks Continue

EUGENE, Ore. — School officials and graduate teaching fellows are eight hours into another marathon bargaining session, and so far there’s still no contract agreement. Tuesay’s meeting started at 10 a.m., and they are still talking. This is the second day in a row they’ve met. Monday night’s meeting lasted until 2:30 a.m. The GTFs … Continue reading »

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