Grace Lim

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Name: Grace Lim
Date registered: March 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Sheriff’s Office Community Meetings — November 20, 2014
  2. Police Officers’ Acts Of Kindness — November 14, 2014
  3. North Bend Officers Do Good Deeds — November 13, 2014
  4. Springfield Apartment Fire — November 11, 2014
  5. Baby Delivered At Fire Station — November 7, 2014

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  1. Mixed Reactions to Plastic Bag Ban — 12 comments
  2. County to Address SLEEPS Concerns — 8 comments
  3. Residents Fight Livestock Ordinance — 7 comments
  4. City to Evict Whoville Campers — 6 comments
  5. Help for Homeless Hospital Patients — 4 comments

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Sheriff’s Office Community Meetings

LANE COUNTY, Ore.– The Lane County Sheriff’s Office is excited to announce a new round of Community Awareness Meetings beginning November 20, 2014. Sheriff Tom Turner will be visiting communities within Lane County to hear about the issues and concerns facing each individual area and to answer questions. We will be discussing the positive impacts … Continue reading »

Police Officers’ Acts Of Kindness

NORTH BEND, Ore.– Police are often portrayed in a negative light, but officers in North Bend are restoring faith in humanity. They are getting well deserved recognition for good deeds that they thought went unnoticed. It started with a handwritten note from someone who saw an officer help an elderly man with his trash can. … Continue reading »

North Bend Officers Do Good Deeds

NORTH BEND, Ore. — Police are often portrayed in a negative light, but here is a story that will restore your faith in humanity. Some Oregon officers are getting well deserved attention for good deeds they thought went unnoticed. Click on the video for our full report.

Springfield Apartment Fire

SPRINGFIELD, Ore.– A space heater may be the cause of an overnight apartment fire in Springfield. At about 2:30am, the Eugene Springfield Fire Department responded to the 300 block of Main Street. One unit in the 22 unit building caught on fire. All 25 residents evacuated safely thanks to working smoke detectors. Fire crews also … Continue reading »

Baby Delivered At Fire Station

COBURG,Ore.– One eager baby just couldn’t wait to be born and it led to a surprise delivery at the Coburg Fire Station. It happened last month, but the family is just now sharing their story. On October 17, a Harrisburg couple raced to McKenzie Willamette Medical Center after Amanda Jensen’s water broke. But they never … Continue reading »

Community Reacts to Newport Tragedy

NEWPORT, Ore. — A mother accused of throwing her son off a bridge in Newport faced a judge for the first time Tuesday afternoon. The community is banding together to mourn the death of 6-year-old London. Police say his mother, 34-year-old Jillian McCabe called 9-1-1 at about 6:30 p.m. Monday to report what she’d done. She … Continue reading »

Cash For Your Halloween Candy

CRESWELL, Ore.– Local dentists have a sweet deal for trick-or-treaters: cash for your candy! One participating office is Emerald Valley Dental in Creswell. They’re offering $1 a pound, up to 5 pounds. This isn’t a trick for your treats. It’s all to get rid of something very scary- tooth decay. “It’s the sticky sugars that … Continue reading »

Flu Vaccine: Give It A Shot?

EUGENE, Ore.– The Lane County Public Health Department is launching a big campaign to raise immunization rates in Lane County; in particular, the flu vaccine. It wants to raise it from the current 38% for adults to 50%. Doctors say this ambitious goal couldn’t have come at a better time. They are predicting this flu … Continue reading »

Eugene Library Makeover Meetings

EUGENE, Ore.– How do you picture “Our Future Eugene Public Library” for the coming ten years and beyond? What kinds of information, services, tools, and activities will our community want and need? Eugene Public Library invites adults and teens to participate in any one of a series of community conversations about public interests, ideas, and … Continue reading »

Walk & Bike To School Day

SPRINGFIELD, Ore.– Springfield and Eugene joined more than 240 schools across Oregon to celebrate International Walk and Bike To School Day. It’s a great way to improve health, cut down on traffic congestion, and save the environment. There are other perks that aren’t so obvious. Studies show that healthy students make better learners. For parent … Continue reading »

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