Chenue Her

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Name: Chenue Her
Date registered: June 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. CDC Statistics On Dog Attacks — September 1, 2014
  2. Dog Attacks Child in Springfield — September 1, 2014
  3. Foul Ball Hits Moving Car on MLK Blvd. — August 31, 2014
  4. Law Enforcement At Ducks Home Opener — August 31, 2014
  5. A Group’s Love for Family and Football — August 30, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. New Container Redemption Policies — 15 comments
  2. City of Eugene to Discuss Pilot Program — 12 comments
  3. Parents Petition for Harsher Punishment — 12 comments
  4. Man Surrenders Baby at Dari Mart — 12 comments
  5. New SLEEPS Location — 9 comments

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Community Help Replace Stolen Tricycle

EUGENE, Ore. — An update on a story we brought you this weekend about a stolen tricycle. Evan McClendon is a student at the University of Oregon who suffers from a neuromuscular disorder. He has extremely weak legs and feet, and his only way to get around is on his tricycle until Sunday morning when … Continue reading »

Springfield Welcomes the Simpsons

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — An iconic day for the City of Springfield as it unveiled the anticipated Simpsons mural downtown. For over two decades, one family has been embraced all over the world and today, that family came to life in Springfield. “It’s wonderful. It’s wonderful,” said Jess Stafford. Stafford couldn’t wait to introduce her family … Continue reading »

Hundreds of Kids Receive School Supplies

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Hundreds of kids in Springfield are receiving a helping hand as they get ready to head back to school. The Project Hope Kids Fair set up four locations today throughout Eugene and Springfield to give out school supplies and new shoes to kids chosen by the school board. Organizers at the Springfield … Continue reading »

Man with Disability Gets Tricycle Stolen

EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene man is asking for your help in finding his tricycle after it was stolen while he was out of town. Evan McClendon is a 21 year old student at the University of Oregon. He suffers from a neuromuscular disorder, causing him to have weak legs and often times walking with … Continue reading »

Festival of Eugene Wraps Up

EUGENE, Ore. — The Festival of Eugene wrapped up Saturday and thousands of people attended the first-year event at Skinner Butte Park. Organizers say having a free event like this for the community to enjoy is important to Eugene’s culture, and with the Eugene Celebration being cancelled earlier this summer, the idea for the festival … Continue reading »

Road Repairs without the Mess

EUGENE, Ore — Road construction comes with lots of dust and debris but city crews in Eugene are trying a new method to get the dirty work done without all the mess. Crews tested out a wet cement mixed with sand on Shasta Loop in south Eugene. Civil engineers say the product doesn’t create a … Continue reading »

Teen Pregnancy Hits Historic Lows

EUGENE, Ore — Teen pregnancy rates have hit historic lows—that’s according to the CDC, and it’s having an impact on more than just the teens. The study says the most recent peak in teen pregnancy was 1991 so, it looked at the rates from that year through 2010 where the numbers dropped by 44 percent. … Continue reading »

Glenwood Center Talks Being Reorganized

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Lane County commissioners are once again talking about a proposed multi-million dollar conference center and hotel in the Glenwood area. The price tag on the project is nearly $43 million. Although financial discussions with Lane County has hit a snag, county commissioners say they’d still like to be a part of the … Continue reading »

Local Dancers Headed to Holiday Bowl

EUGENE, Ore. — It’s music to their ears for some dancers in Eugene. Dancers at the All That! Dance Company just found out they’ll be flying south in December. About 30 dancers from the studio will dance as part of the half time entertainment at the Holiday Bowl in San Diego. The studio director says … Continue reading »

Trenton Nowak’s Family Remembers Him

COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. — We first met Trenton Nowak three weeks ago. He was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumor in June and given six months to live. He lost the battle just two months later on Sunday, August 17. “Really hectic and sad and overwhelming. We’re just trying to keep it together and get … Continue reading »

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