Chenue Her

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Name: Chenue Her
Date registered: June 11, 2013

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  1. Time for Trenton — July 23, 2014
  2. Mill Workers Losing Health Insurance — July 22, 2014
  3. Mill Employees Meet Following Fire — July 21, 2014
  4. 55th Bohemia Mining Days Wraps Up — July 20, 2014
  5. Thousands Attend Eugene Sunday Streets — July 20, 2014

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  1. Man Surrenders Baby at Dari Mart — 12 comments
  2. Parents Petition for Harsher Punishment — 12 comments
  3. City of Eugene to Discuss Pilot Program — 12 comments
  4. New SLEEPS Location — 9 comments
  5. Council Discusses Homeless Camping Sites — 8 comments

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Lost Wedding Ring Returned

EUGENE, Ore. — A lost wedding ring is now back in the hands of its owner, thanks to the kindness of a stranger. Alaina Kitz was at the Springfield DMV on June 18. She drew ticket number 18, but when the line barely moved, she handed her ticket to a stranger with a young child … Continue reading »

New BottleDrop Opens in Eugene

EUGENE, Ore. — BottleDrop stations are all over Oregon and now, Eugene has its first one. The new BottleDrop center on West Broadway and Garfield is the eighth location in Oregon. Coordinators with the Oregon Beverage Recycling Cooperative says it’s simple to use. Just bring in any plastic, aluminum, or glass bottles and you get … Continue reading »

New Creswell Grocery Store Opens

CRESWELL, Ore. — Creswell now has its first grocery store in town since Ray’s closed its doors last year. Farmlands Market opened for the first time Monday morning, drawing in a bigger crowd than owner, Jessica Moore, expected. She says she’s glad Creswell now has a store in town so people don’t have to travel … Continue reading »

Illegal Fireworks Turn-in Results

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene police are gearing up for a busy Fourth of July. Illegal fireworks remain a focus, even after hosting a turn-in event on Saturday. Eugene police say 18 people turned in about 200 pounds of illegal fireworks on Saturday. They say although that’s a respectable amount, they believe it’s safe to assume … Continue reading »

“Bags of Love” Helping Kids in Crisis

EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene-based non-profit helped more than a thousand children in crisis last year and it’s hoping to help even more this year. Bags of Love is an organization that partners with over 40 agencies to provide bags full of blankets, toys, clothes, and other items to children. Executive director, Di Barrong, says … Continue reading »

Cascade Raptor Center Family Events

EUGENE, Ore. — Some families are kicking off summer learning about nature and wildlife. This is the second of five family nature discovery days being put on by the Cascades Raptor Center. Families can explore the facility and learn about the different birds or make arts and crafts. Organizers say they host one of these … Continue reading »

NCU Hosting Summer Athletic Camps

EUGENE, Ore. — Summer camps for kids are kicking off now that school is out. Northwest Christian University teams up with the YMCA each year to host a variety of sports camps for kids and one is kicking off this week. NCU’s soccer camp starts Monday and any drop-ins are welcome. Luke Jackson’s boys basketball … Continue reading »

Thousands Run the “Dirty Dash”

EUGENE, Ore. — Thousands of people got down and dirty Saturday in Eugene for the third annual Dirty Dash. There were over 5,000 people who ran the 5k at Mt. Pisgah. Some were experienced runners and some were first timers. Things got dirty real quick for everyone. “It was awesome,” said seven year old, Keian … Continue reading »

Illegal Fireworks Turn In

EUGENE, Ore. — The fourth of July is just around the corner and law enforcement is upping the effort to get rid of illegal fireworks. Eugene-Springfield Fire and Eugene police hosted a turn in Saturday. Officials say dozens of people stopped by the Second Avenue and Chambers training station and dropped off illegal fireworks. They … Continue reading »

Local Kids Learn About Rodeo

EUGENE, Ore. — Before the cowboys take the arena for the Eugene Pro Rodeo next week, they’re getting some help breaking in the dirt. There were about 800 kids Wednesday getting wagon rides and running out of bucking chutes, and organizers of the Eugene Pro Rodeo says they’re hoping this is just as educational as … Continue reading »

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