Grace Lim

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Name: Grace Lim
Date registered: March 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. County Health Rankings Released — March 26, 2015
  2. Wrong-Way Driver Crashes Near Walmart — March 25, 2015
  3. Running Towards Success — March 20, 2015
  4. Teen Pleads Guilty To Rape Near Autzen — March 20, 2015
  5. The Perfect Pocket — March 18, 2015

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  1. Residents Fear New Neighbors — 14 comments
  2. Mixed Reactions to Plastic Bag Ban — 12 comments
  3. County to Address SLEEPS Concerns — 8 comments
  4. Residents Fight Livestock Ordinance — 7 comments
  5. City to Evict Whoville Campers — 6 comments

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County Health Rankings Released

EUGENE, Ore.– New health rankings are out! Researchers at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Wisconsin Population their annual nationwide, county by county study that gives an overall look at the community’s well being. Among out neighboring counties, Lane County was the only county to move up in the rankings. It came in 16th … Continue reading »

Wrong-Way Driver Crashes Near Walmart

EUGENE, Ore.– Police are investigating a crash on the 4500 block of West 11th Avenue. Witnesses say the driver of a Nissan was going the wrong way on 11th Avenue. He headed west in the eastbound lanes. Police estimate he was driving between 60 to 70 miles per hour when he tried to make a … Continue reading »

Running Towards Success

EUGENE, Ore.– It is an exciting time to be a runner in Tracktown USA! Eugene has many marathons and track meets lined up this year, but before you lace up your running shoes, The Eugene Running Company is offering helpful tips to a successful running season. The store’s owner, Bob Coll, says the most important … Continue reading »

Teen Pleads Guilty To Rape Near Autzen

EUGENE, Ore.– The teenager police say raped a woman near Autzen Stadium last September pleaded guilty to kidnapping in the first degree, sexual abuse in the first degree and rape in the first degree. The suspect, Jaime Tinoco, was very soft spoken at Friday morning’s hearing. The state is recommending a sentence of 14 years … Continue reading »

The Perfect Pocket

EUGENE, Ore. — Great inventions are sometimes the simplest things. One creation by a team of Eugene relatives will have you wondering why you didn’t come up with it first. They created athletic shorts that keep your belongings from falling out of your pockets. The product is called KEAP (Keep Everything Athletic Protected). Justus Kersey, his wife Nicole Kersey, … Continue reading »

Poison Prevention For Pets

EUGENE, Ore. — It is National Poison Prevention Week. Local veterinarians are kicking it off with highlighting the importance of keeping your pets safe. They say just because something is safe for you, it does not mean it is safe for your pets. Toxic items include pain medications like ibuprofen and Tylenol, and foods like raisins, … Continue reading »

Be Inspired Campaign: SMART Program

EUGENE, Ore.– We’re all familiar with the famous excerpt from Dr. Seuss’ book “I Can Read With My Eyes Shut.” He says, “the more you read the more things you know. The more that you learn the more places you’ll go.” That is the goal of SMART, Oregon’s largest literacy non-profit that pairs an adult … Continue reading »

Leather Company To Open Boxcar Store

EUGENE, Ore.– Will Leather Goods is coming home! The Eugene based company is opening up shop in downtown Eugene. It will be the company’s sixth store and it will be Oregon’s first ever boxcar concept shop. On Monday, crews dropped the boxcar at it’s location at 5th Street Public Market. The founder and CEO, Will … Continue reading »

Mental Hospital Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

JUNCTION CITY, Ore.– State and local leaders came together to celebrate a milestone. They performed a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new Oregon State psychiatric hospital in Junction City. Michael Schlimmer will enter the facility for treatment next Wednesday. He says today marks a day of hope. “When I was admitted to the mental health system … Continue reading »

Residents Fear New Neighbors

SPRINGFIELD, Ore.– A controversy has rocked a quiet neighborhood in Springfield. Residents are on edge after a mental health agency bought a home in their neighborhood to house people with criminal pasts. The home is on the 2200 block of Clear Vue Lane. Columbia Care received a grant to turn it into a licensed residential … Continue reading »

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