Chenue Her

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Name: Chenue Her
Date registered: June 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Friends Remember Man Killed in Florence — April 22, 2014
  2. Death Investigation Autopsy Results — April 22, 2014
  3. Local Runner in Boston — April 21, 2014
  4. EPD’s Emergency Notifications — April 21, 2014
  5. Victim of Death Investigation Identified — April 20, 2014

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  1. City of Eugene to Discuss Pilot Program — 12 comments
  2. Man Surrenders Baby at Dari Mart — 12 comments
  3. New SLEEPS Location — 9 comments
  4. Council Discusses Homeless Camping Sites — 7 comments
  5. Service Dog Found Safe — 7 comments

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New LCC Dental Clinic Opens Wednesday

EUGENE, Ore. — If you’re in need of low-cost dental care, then you’ll want to head to Lane Community College’s new dental clinic Wednesday. The school is having an open house for its new facility near 24th and Willamette Street in Eugene. The clinic serves as a real-time training clinic for dental hygiene and dental … Continue reading »

WHS Breaks Ground for Science Building

EUGENE, Ore. — Members of the Bethel community are celebrating an exciting day with Willamette High School. The district held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new science building in front of the school. School board members and staff, along with Mayor Kitty Piercy, came to support the achievement. The superintendent says the $10 million project … Continue reading »

Victim In Motel Fire Identified

SPRINGFIELD, ORE. — Police say the woman who died in the McKenzie Motel fire in Springfield was 22-year-old, Mariah Dawn McElroy from Springfield. They say her screams early Sunday morning likely saved the three survivors. Early Sunday morning, neighbors near the McKenzie Motel near 17th and Main in Springfield, were drawn outside. “I was sitting … Continue reading »

Local Dance Team Donates to Greenhill

EUGENE, Ore. — The Greenhill Humane Society received a generous gift from a Eugene dance team on Sunday. The Work Dance Co. stopped by Greenhill Sunday to take a tour and play with the animals. They also brought along a $1,000 check to donate. The money was raised from more than seven shows they’ve put … Continue reading »

One Dead In Springfield Motel Fire

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A woman was found dead in a Springfield motel room that was engulfed in flames early Sunday morning. The fire was contained to just this one room and no one else was injured. It happened at the McKenzie Motel near 17th and Main Street in Springfield. Witnesses say they saw the flames … Continue reading »

Volunteers Help Clean Turtle Flats

EUGENE, Ore. — Friends of Buford Park and Mt. Pisgah have plenty of friends of their own helping them Saturday as they cleaned parts of Turtle Flats. More than 20 people gathered at to help get rid of some invasive plants on the 63-acre land near Seavey Loop Road. Coordinators say this is one of … Continue reading »

Builders Garage Sale Back for 15th Year

EUGENE, Ore. — If you’re doing repairs around the house or taking on a home project, you might be able to find what you need at the Lane County Fairground. It’s the 15th annual Builders Garage Sale. Organizers say 20 percent of the proceeds are donated to the Veterans Housing Project through St. Vincent de … Continue reading »

Lime Prices Affect Local Businesses

EUGENE, Ore. — Some bars and restaurants are feeling the squeeze, now that the price of limes is soaring, and they’re passing some of the cost on to customers. Owners of The Barn Light in downtown Eugene say a case of limes used to cost $20 to $30. Now it’s closer to $130. They’ve been … Continue reading »

Victim of Violent Assault Speaks Out

EUGENE, Ore. — A west Eugene woman is sharing her story just a day after she was violently attacked in her home and driveway until neighbors came to her aid. Oleta Nicholson was home alone early Monday morning while her husband, Scott, was at work. Around 2 a.m., she says she heard a loud noise … Continue reading »

Cities Declare Caregiver Recognition Day

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The mayors of Eugene and Springfield are honoring caregivers by giving them their own day. Mayors Kitty Piercy and Christine Lundberg declared Tuesday Caregiver Recognition Day at St. Alice’s Catholic Church in Springfield. Millions of Americans depend on caregivers to help with their daily needs. And, while they provide crucial support for … Continue reading »

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