Grace Lim

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Name: Grace Lim
Date registered: March 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Advice Radio Show To Hit Airwaves — April 17, 2014
  2. Team to Discuss Changes to Willamette St — April 16, 2014
  3. Activists to Hold Tax Rally — April 15, 2014
  4. Video to Show Dangers of Drunk Driving — April 14, 2014
  5. Schools Compete in Health Food Challenge — April 14, 2014

Most commented posts

  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 — 5 comments
  5. City Employee Fired Over DUII — 4 comments

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Support for World Autism Awareness Day

EUGENE, Ore. – Wednesday April 2, is World Autism Awareness Day. Throughout April, local organizations will shine a light on autism as a growing global health crisis. One event to help show support will happen at Alton Baker Park. The Bridgeway House is having a run for Autism on Sunday. The nonprofit agency offers a … Continue reading »

Will Rest Stops Help Eugene Homeless?

EUGENE, Ore. – The term “rest stops” is used a lot in Eugene, but many people aren’t sure exactly what they are or how they work. The city came up with the idea for rest stops to provide a safe place for the homeless to sleep. The latest proposed site is Leo Harris Drive, near … Continue reading »

Singles Meetup Group Soars in Popularity

EUGENE, Ore. — You may have heard of single meetup groups before. But one group in Eugene is really catching on. It’s called the Singles Mingle Group. Men and women looking to ditch their single status meet up once a month in hopes of clicking with that special someone. The founder, Eugene resident Heidi Brancato … Continue reading »

City to Remove Credit Parking Meters

EUGENE, Ore. — You may want to carry extra change on you next time you visit downtown Eugene. The city is pulling the plug on credit card parking meters. Last summer, the city of Eugene had the opportunity to field test the credit card meters before buying them. It installed about 75 if them in … Continue reading »

Why Do We Text and Drive?

EUGENE, Ore. — We know the risks and consequences of texting and driving, but it’s still so hard for some not to pick up that phone. It all starts with our way of thinking. We see the number of tickets officers hand out and the graphic ads on TV, but experts say many of us … Continue reading »

SCOTUS Hears “Hobby Lobby” Case

EUGENE, Ore. — The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments that challenge President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act. The issue: Can for-profit corporations refuse certain contraceptive services because of religious beliefs? It all stems from two cases involving Hobby Lobby craft stores and Conestoga Wood Specialties. The owners of both companies want to deny their employees … Continue reading »

Jordan Kent Skill Camp Kicks Off

EUGENE, Ore. — The Jordan Kent Skill Camp kicks off its spring break camp Monday. Jordan Kent Skill Camps have brought out hundreds of children during the summer for three years, but this is the first spring break camp. It will take place at Cal Young Middle School. When kids step on the field, they’ll … Continue reading »

Volunteers Prepare for Coastal Cleanup

EUGENE, Ore. — SOLVE’s annual Spring Beach Cleanup is happening Saturday. It draws thousands of people every year, working together to protect the health of our oceans and coastlines. Tons of trash that should be in the dumpster litters our beaches. It not only affects wildlife and the environment, but also the economy. That’s why … Continue reading »

School, Fire Measures on May Ballot

ELMIRA, Ore. — March 20 is the last day for counties to file for measures ahead of the May primary election. One of the largest measures to hit the May ballot is a $26.7 million school bond to renovate facilities in the Fern Ridge School District 28-J. Most of the money would help replace most … Continue reading »

Officials Urge Tobacco Ban in Pharmacies

EUGENE, Ore. — Major retailers are getting the pressure to pull tobacco products off shelves and it could affect some right here in town. The Oregon Attorney General, Ellen Rosenblum, has joined more than two dozen attorneys general in the effort. They’re urging five of the country’s biggest pharmacy retailers to quit selling tobacco products. … Continue reading »

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