Grace Lim

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Name: Grace Lim
Date registered: March 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Study: Sick Leave Ordinance Impacts — July 28, 2014
  2. Mill Fire: Plywood Prices Up 10-12% — July 25, 2014
  3. Climate Change Ordinance — July 21, 2014
  4. Oregon Students Enroll for Online K-12 — July 15, 2014
  5. Safety Town Kicks Off In Springfield — July 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. Help for Homeless Hospital Patients — 4 comments

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Eugene To Adopt 2015 Budget

Eugene, Ore.– On Monday, the Eugene City Council will hold public hearings and take action on the FY15 Budget as previously approved by the Budget Committee. The city will make $1.9 million in cuts to services. Downtown Library Reduction In Hours: $344,000 Community Events Transfer To Cultural Services Fund: $50,000 Recreation Services Fee Increase & … Continue reading »

High School Robot Project a Success

EUGENE, Ore. — A team of Eugene high school students brought a robot to life and faced off with students from across the Pacific Northwest at the Portland championships. On Friday, the public has a chance to see the robot, named Byter. Students say they use controls to let it move and spin around, catch … Continue reading »

Students Call for Blood Drive Changes

EUGENE, Ore. — Students at the University of Oregon will call for a change on a decades-old federal policy that prohibits gay men from donating blood. The ban was issued 31 years ago out of fear of AIDS, but some students say the ban is outdated. When it was issued in 1983, there were no … Continue reading »

Ballot Fix Deadline Approaches

EUGENE, Ore. — Tuesday is the deadline for voters to fix their ballots. In the May primary elections, there were two close commissioner races. The Lane County Elections Office says hundreds of ballots are still under review because they were either unsigned or the signature didn’t match the voter  registration form. On Friday, there were … Continue reading »

Swimming for a Cause

EUGENE, Ore. — A Portland man will be in Eugene Monday to take on a challenging task. He plans to swim the entire length of the Willamette River. The swim starts at Alton Baker Park and goes to the Columbia River–that’s 184 miles. It’s never been done before. Dean Hall will attempt it to inspire … Continue reading »

LTD Gets New Stop At RiverBend

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — LTD will begin service at its newest EmX station at RiverBend Hospital on Thursday. The new bus stop is on the north end of the RiverBend campus and will be called the Pavilion station. LTD says that side of campus is developing fast with new buildings and services, so many people requested … Continue reading »

RAIN Program to Help Startups

EUGENE, Ore. — Governor Kitzhaber will be in Eugene Wednesday to sign a Declaration of Cooperation in support of a program that will help entrepreneurs get companies off the ground. It’s called the Regional Accelerator and Innovation Network, also known as RAIN. The City of Eugene will launch it Wednesday at the Eugene Chamber of Commerce. … Continue reading »

Harrisburg Honors Heroes

EUGENE, Ore. — One of the longest standing and most touching Memorial Day ceremonies took place in Harrisburg Monday. Veterans, Boy Scouts Troop 89, and the community performed wreath laying and flag ceremonies at cemeteries all around town. Four war veterans and VFW members shared their stories in this touching tribute, that started at the River Bank Gazebo. … Continue reading »

Memorial Day Travel Projections

EUGENE, Ore. — More Americans are ready to kick off summer travel after a harsh winter. AAA projects 36.1 million Americans, or 11% of the population, will travel 50 miles or more from home during the Memorial Day holiday weekend, a 1.5% increase compared to last year. The Memorial Day holiday travel period is defined … Continue reading »

Whoville Close To Finding New Site

EUGENE, Ore. — You may recall the anonymous $400,000 donation for Whoville campers. Now an elected board of homeless advocates and residents are getting real close to finding a site. Representatives say it will be called the Nightingale Health Sanctuary and will meet certain requirements. It will have easy access to Whitebird Clinic, the Dining … Continue reading »

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