Chenue Her

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Name: Chenue Her
Date registered: June 11, 2013

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  1. Shortage of Foster Homes for Teens — March 4, 2015
  2. Field Trip Sleeping Arrangement Concerns — March 3, 2015
  3. UO Holds Sex Assault Forum — March 2, 2015
  4. Dry Winter Leads to Early Allergy Season — March 2, 2015
  5. Read Across America — March 2, 2015

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Shortage of Foster Homes for Teens

EUGENE, Ore. — There are hundreds of teens in Lane County who need a foster home and not enough certified families to take them in. Officials with the Department of Human Services say the shortage of homes is a big problem in Lane County, especially with toddlers, sibling groups… and teenagers. Officials say there are … Continue reading »

Field Trip Sleeping Arrangement Concerns

EUGENE, Ore. — A Willamette High School parent is speaking out about field trips. He says he was recently asked to share a bed with a student, while he was a chaperone for a trip to Portland. The chess club from Willamette High School went to Portland for the state chess tournament on February 27 … Continue reading »

UO Holds Sex Assault Forum

EUGENE, Ore. — Students, employees, and community members attended a forum at The Ford Alumni Center on the University of Oregon campus, to discuss sexual assaults on campus. Interim President Scott Coltrane says this is a culmination of all recommendations that have been made throughout the last year on how to prevent sexual assaults and … Continue reading »

Dry Winter Leads to Early Allergy Season

EUGENE, Ore. — It’s been a dry winter in the Willamette Valley, which means allergy season is coming early this year. According to the Oregon Allergy Associates’ tree pollen count, the level Monday is high. Doctors say they aren’t surprised people are already dealing with symptoms. One woman says she has a child who deals … Continue reading »

Read Across America

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Thousands of schools and libraries all over the country are celebrating Monday by reading books. It’s part of the National Education Association’s Read Across America campaign, which falls on Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Monday students from Springfield High School spent the day reading at five different schools, hoping to inspire younger kids to … Continue reading »

PeaceHealth Urgent Care New Location

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Changes on the way for PeaceHealth at RiverBend, as its urgent care gets ready to move to a new location. The new space will be at the Gateway Marketplace, just down the road frrom its current location. The plan has been in the works for more than a year. The hospital believes … Continue reading »

UO Sexual Assault Forum

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon is hosting a forum Monday night on how to prevent sexual assault on campus and also how to support survivors. The forum is open to all students, employees and community members. It will include an update from interim president, Scott Coltrane, on the university’s effort to prevent sexual … Continue reading »

Town Hall Meeting On Main St. Safety

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Community members in Springfield are coming together in hopes of bringing attention to safety on Main Street, one week after a crash that claimed the lives of three children. Those community members say they plan to attend a town hall meeting this Tuesday evening, to bring the topic to Senator Lee Beyer … Continue reading »

Local Businesses Fundraise for Family

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — It’s a tragic situation that has caught the attention of not only community members, but local businesses as well. They say they’re hoping to help the Hudson family through donations in this time of need. A tragedy that has torn apart a family is now bringing a community together. “It’s a tragic, … Continue reading »

Firefighters Meet Cancer Survivors

EUGENE, Ore. — The annual “Firefighters Stair Climb” is just around the corner, and firefighters from Eugene and Springfield are busy training. On Sunday, February 22, they got some help from a few honorary fireighters. The stair climb, which raises money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, draws in 1,800 firefighters to Seattle to climb … Continue reading »

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