Chenue Her

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Name: Chenue Her
Date registered: June 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Eugene Eighth Graders Competing in DC — April 23, 2014
  2. LTD Summer Pass Offer for Kids — April 23, 2014
  3. Friends Remember Man Killed in Florence — April 22, 2014
  4. Death Investigation Autopsy Results — April 22, 2014
  5. Local Runner in Boston — April 21, 2014

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  1. Man Surrenders Baby at Dari Mart — 12 comments
  2. City of Eugene to Discuss Pilot Program — 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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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 »

Men Lose Home to Fire in Eugene

EUGENE, Ore. — Firefighters responded to a fire in Eugene overnight Monday, that left two men without a home. Eugene-Springfield Fire got the call around midnight, for a house fire on the 3800 block of East 21st Avenue. Investigators say the flames started in the back of the home and engulfed the entire house. They … Continue reading »

Neighbors Fight Off Attacker

EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene woman and her husband thanked their quick-thinking neighbors Monday. They helped save the woman from a violent attack at the couples’ home. The 50-year-old woman was attacked at her home on Raber Road around 2 a.m. Monday. Her husband, who neighbors say was at work, thanked his neighbors for putting … Continue reading »

Kids Become Superheroes for a Day

EUGENE, Ore. — The Moshofsky Center was packed Sunday, but those inside weren’t wearing their Duck gear. It was all about the capes and masks today for foster boys who got to be super heroes for a day. Sunday’s event was called “Hero for A Day”, hosted by the non-profit, “A Home For Every Child”. … Continue reading »

LCC Holds Annual Powwow

EUGENE, Ore. — Lane Community College’s annual powwow is one of the largest in the northwest, bringing participants from across the country. Thanks to the milder spring weather, LCC is finally able to have its annual powwow, which was originally set for December but had to be postponed due to a snow storm. The powwow … Continue reading »

Saturday Market Opens

EUGENE, Ore. — Saturday morning foot traffic in downtown Eugene is picking up once again as the Saturday Market kicks off its first day. Customers and vendors filled the 8th and Oak intersection downtown. They say the Saturday Market brings a unique shopping experience to the Eugene-Springfield area and this is usually a sign that … Continue reading »

Whoville Campsite Closed

EUGENE, Ore. — The Whoville campsite on Broadway and Hilyard is now vacated after Eugene police sent campers packing. Police started vacating the site at 9 a.m., blocking off part of the intersection of Hilyard and Broadway. Campers told us they received a rude awakening, while the city and others say they were warned and … Continue reading »

Local Mental Health Treatment Resources

EUGENE, Ore. — For some veterans, it can be mentally challenging to adjust to civilian life after military experience. Student vets at the University of Oregon say the mental health between veterans vary; some are just fine while others need the help, but not all people know about resources out there that can help. For … Continue reading »

Home Depot Donates to Autism Research

EUGENE, Ore. — Home Depot is shedding some light on autism research this month. Stores all over the nation are donating one dollar from every blue Phillips light bulb purchase to research with Autism Speaks. There’s a display table set up at the entrance of the store on Seneca and West 11th in Eugene. Employees … Continue reading »

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