Chenue Her

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Name: Chenue Her
Date registered: June 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. New Bike Shop In Downtown Springfield — April 16, 2014
  2. UO Wins Recyclemania Civil War — April 16, 2014
  3. LCC Faces Budget Shortfall — April 15, 2014
  4. New LCC Dental Clinic Opens Wednesday — April 15, 2014
  5. WHS Breaks Ground for Science Building — April 15, 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. Service Dog Found Safe — 7 comments
  5. Council Discusses Homeless Camping Sites — 7 comments

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Spring Break Slows Down Businesses

EUGENE, Ore. — Despite a Duck loss, many students are still in high spirits because it’s spring break but that’s also translating into low sales for nearby businesses. Businesses on campus say that’s typically the case during all the major breaks in the school year. Employees at Yogurt Extreme on 13th Avenue say Sunday was … Continue reading »

St. Vincent de Paul Donates Books to LCC

EUGENE, Ore. — Spring break may be here for many schools but right now St. Vincent de Paul is hitting the books. The nonprofit is donating 300 books to beef up the Lane Community College library. Officials from St. Vinnie’s say a librarian from LCC is specifically selecting books that encourage students to read for … Continue reading »

Healthcare Fair

EUGENE, Ore. –Two Eugene groups were helping residents sign up for healthcare Saturday. The deadline for open enrollment is March 31 so Saturday, the Democratic Party of Lane County and Lane County Young Democrats held a healthcare fair to help folks get covered. Both groups helped community members with questions about the different plans and … Continue reading »

YMCA and 4J Considers Future Together

EUGENE, Ore. — After losing the bid for Civic Stadium, the Eugene YMCA is entering official talks with the 4J school board Wednesday about another property. Both the YMCA and 4J have been talking about possibly allowing the YMCA to build a new facility where Roosevelt Middle School is now. The YMCA says its current … Continue reading »

Lane County Fair Announces Music Lineup

EUGENE, Ore. — We’re still months away from the Lane County Fair, but the excitement has already started. There are some big names headed to Eugene, including Trace Adkins, Josh Turner and Pat Benatar. The staff says having the big names in the lineup shows how much the fair has grown over the years, and … Continue reading »

Middle School Career Fair In Springfield

EUGENE, Ore. — Eighth graders in Springfield got some career advice Tuesday from local professionals. The Springfield Chamber of Commerce and school district hosted a middle school career fair at the Willamalane Sports Complex. About 800 eighth graders got to sit through mock interviews, make resumes, and talk with different businesses. The Chamber of Commerce … Continue reading »

Second Cougar Killed, Trap Set for Third

EUGENE, Ore. — Another cougar has been trapped and killed near a popular Eugene park and workers at the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife are urging people to use caution because another one may still be near there. Last week ODFW trapped and fatally shot a cougar that was killing goats and chickens near … Continue reading »

Fans Pick Ducks’ Future in Tournament

EUGENE, Ore. — The Oregon Ducks are set to play BYU in the NCAA tournament Thursday; but before fans shift their focus to the game, they’re putting their efforts into bracketology. Duck fans say they’re confident in their team, picking them to advance to at least the Sweet 16. They’re confidence carries over to their … Continue reading »

Oregon Country Fair Vandalism?

VENETA, Ore. — Organizers of the Oregon Country Fair restored an iconic structure after it was damaged last week. Charles Ruff, the country fair general manager, says the dragon structure near the entrance was set on fire Thursday night. He says they’re not sure if it’s vandalism, but the fire didn’t start on its own. … Continue reading »

Firefighters Playing Bagpipes Monday

EUGENE, Ore. — A group of Eugene and Springfield firefighters are getting ready for action Monday, not with their helmets and hoses but their kilts and bagpipes. They’re called the Eugene Firefighters Pipes and Drums. Started in 2007, the 10-member band plays at various ceremonies and memorials throughout Oregon. Pipe major and band founder, Wayne … Continue reading »

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