Chenue Her

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Name: Chenue Her
Date registered: June 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. NextStep Recycles Electronics — November 19, 2014
  2. EPD Warns About Growing Number of Scams — November 19, 2014
  3. Local Radio Host Gets National Award — November 18, 2014
  4. TrackTown USA Focuses on Upcoming Events — November 18, 2014
  5. UO Bans Recreational Marijuana on Campus — November 17, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. New Container Redemption Policies — 16 comments
  2. CDC Statistics On Dog Attacks — 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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Preventing Frozen Pipes

EUGENE, Ore. — Plumbers are reminding residents to keep an eye on pipes in your homes with these below-freezing temps. The president of Petersen Plumbing says they serviced many burst pipes last winter and there are a few rules you can follow to avoid the problem. He says hoses outside should be removed and if … Continue reading »

Business Gives Medical Marijuana Funds

EUGENE, Ore. — Five-year-old Paxton Garin from St. Paul, Minnesota has already dealt with more medical conditions than most adults. “He has a brain abnormality called polymicrogyria and associated with that, he has intractable epilepsy, cerebral palsy, and autism,” said Angela Garin, Paxton’s mother. Angela says Paxton can’t talk or walk long distances and suffers … Continue reading »

Students Create Mural of Bottle Caps

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A Springfield Elementary School is showing off its new mural, and it took them nearly a year to round up the supplies. A group of fourth and fifth graders at Guy Lee Elementary, called the Green Team, collected 15,000 bottle caps to create a mural. The coral reef themed piece consists of … Continue reading »

UO Call Names of Fallen Soldiers

EUGENE, Ore. — Thousands of fallen soldiers are being honored with a National Roll Call at the University of Oregon. From 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, volunteers read names of fallen soldiers who fought in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Seven thousand names were called during the nine hour reading and student … Continue reading »

Levi Strauss to Cut 500 Jobs Globally

EUGENE, Ore. — Levi Strauss & Co. plans to cut 500 jobs as part of a plan to save the company millions of dollars over the next five years, but it’s not clear where the cuts will come from or if offices in Eugene will be affected. It was a move the company first announced … Continue reading »

30th Anniversary of Deadly UO Shooting

EUGENE, Ore. — It’s been 30 years this Wednesday, since a deadly shooting at the University of Oregon killed an Olympic athlete and wounded another. Bill DeForrest, a retired captain with Eugene police, says he still remembers that day in 1984 when the sniper, Michael Feher, stood on top of Autzen Stadium and fired shots. … Continue reading »

Egan Warming Centers Prepare for Winter

EUGENE, Ore. — The temperatures are dropping and people here in the Willamette Valley say they’re definitely gearing up for what’s coming and the Egan Warming Centers are as well. They say they aren’t open yet but if the temperatures fall below 30, they’re ready to open their doors. “I thought it was cold today,” … Continue reading »

Parade Honors Veterans

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Lane County veterans received some recognition Sunday at the 15th annual Lane County Veterans Parade in Springfield. Hundreds came to watch the parade as it started on Olympic Street and made its way to G Street. Coordinators say the parade is a way to show veterans across Lane County that their service … Continue reading »

Search Party for Missing Man

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The search for a missing Springfield man continues more than a month after his disappearance. Adam Johns, 33 years old, has been missing┬ásince October 2. On Sunday around 10 people got together to search at areas around Clear Lake Park in Springfield, hoping he’s near. Friends say they’re positive he’s out there … Continue reading »

Health Careers Day at RiverBend

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Nearly 100 high school students are learning about healthcare professions on Saturday. Sacred Heart at RiverBend hosted a health careers day. Students from some lane county high schools spent the day listening to different healthcare workers speak and give presentations on the variety of jobs within the field. Coordinators say the students … Continue reading »

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