Grace Lim

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Name: Grace Lim
Date registered: March 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Massive Fire Destroys Home — December 10, 2014
  2. Black Friday At Cabela’s — November 28, 2014
  3. Sheriff’s Office Community Meetings — November 20, 2014
  4. Police Officers’ Acts Of Kindness — November 14, 2014
  5. North Bend Officers Do Good Deeds — November 13, 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 — 6 comments
  5. Help for Homeless Hospital Patients — 4 comments

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Local Firefighters Climb for a Cause

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene and Springfield firefighters went to great heights Thursday to honor those killed on 9/11. About 25 firefighters climbed 110 flights of stairs at Ya-Po-Ah Terrace in Eugene, the same number of flights of the World Trade Center. With each step, they remembered the 343 firefighters that never made it out 13 … Continue reading »

New Principal, New Vision

SPRINGFIELD, Ore.– Thurston High School has welcomed a new Principal.  He brings a wealth of experience and plenty of goals and ideas, and he hopes to achieve them with help from the community. He’s holding an open house on September 19th to show the community all the changes and improvements at the high school. He also … Continue reading »

Lane Co. Monitoring Mystery Virus

LANE COUNTY, Ore.– The Lane County Public Health Department is keeping an eye on the mystery illness, that is continuing to sicken thousands of children in at least 12 states throughout the US. The culprit is believed to be Enterovirus 68, but this isn’t the first outbreak in the US. “It does circulate every few years. … Continue reading »

Dealing With Bullies

EUGENE, Ore.– A  new school year means a fresh start for teachers and students, but it also brings back a big concern that has existed for generations, bullying. Doctors say it’s as prevalent as ever because bullying these days not only takes place on the playground at lunchtime, but also cyberspace. “I’ve seen some bullies … Continue reading »

First Day of School Advice

EUGENE, Ore. – Wednesday was the first day of school for many students in the 4J School District. At the transportation services for 4J School District, bus drivers were getting ready for pickups. Parents got their children ready for school and had some personalized encouraging words to chase away those first day jitters. “Parker, just … Continue reading »

Back to School Health Tips

EUGENE, Ore. — With school starting this week, it’s a great time to brush up on some tips to make sure your kids stay healthy. Flu is the biggest concern at schools this time of year. The Lane County Public Health Department urges parents and children to get the flu shot early. Other illnesses to … Continue reading »

Popular Labor Day Destinations

EUGENE, Ore.– Thursday is the official start of the Labor Day weekend travel. It’s a chance for families to take that one last summer fling before school starts. Travel numbers are expected to break records, but thankfully, Lane County is a short distance away from popular Labor Day destinations. “You don’t have to travel far … Continue reading »

Duck Downtown Kickoff!

EUGENE, Ore.– Duck fans will have more to cheer about this football season! Friday kicks of Duck Downtown. It’s a brand new series of events hitting the downtown scene of both Eugene and Springfield, every Friday before home football games. “All kinds of special offers, from food and beverage and retail discounts,” said Lisa Lawton … Continue reading »

Trending Now: Friday, Aug. 29

Here’s what’s trending on social media Friday: Obama’s tan suit becomes a trending topic on Twitter during his speech Thursday; a lamb found in the cold is now bouncing with joy; and, a toddler goes on an epic rant after finding out his parents are having another baby.  

Expanding Earthquake Warning System

EUGENE, Ore.– An experimental warning system in a UC Berkeley lab beat the Napa Earthquake by 10 seconds Sunday. It sounded an alarm and counted down to the impending magnitude 6 temblor. It’s the biggest test yet for a promising alert system that is already providing precious seconds of notice before quakes hit in Mexico and … Continue reading »

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