Grace Lim

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Name: Grace Lim
Date registered: March 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Activists to Hold Tax Rally — April 15, 2014
  2. Video to Show Dangers of Drunk Driving — April 14, 2014
  3. Schools Compete in Health Food Challenge — April 14, 2014
  4. National Public Health Week — April 11, 2014
  5. Road Repair Season Begins — April 7, 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. Ice-Snow Emergency Declared — 4 comments

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Health Care Event at Planned Parenthood

EUGENE, Ore. — The federal health insurance deadline is fast approaching. If you still need to enroll, there is help. About 250,000 Oregonians have signed up for health insurance through Cover Oregon and Oregon Health Authority. But if you still need coverage, it’s crunch time. You need to sign up by March 31, or you’ll … Continue reading »

RV Show Rolls Into Town

EUGENE, Ore. — The 45th annual Eugene RV Show has rolled into town. It will be held at the Lane Events Center and will feature over 200 RVs. The RVs are decked out with things like European pullout dishwashers and remote systems that run the fireplace and roof. The Excel RV by Peterson Industries is … Continue reading »

Libraries Prepare for Big Read Program

EUGENE, Ore. — The Big Read program at the Eugene Public Library is just around the corner, and this year it received a generous grant from National Endowment for the Arts. The Eugene Public Library is one of 77 organizations nationwide to receive the $16,000 grant. With that, they’re able to throw events and give … Continue reading »

Panelists to Discuss Climate Change

EUGENE, Ore. — Scientists from around Oregon and other Western states will be in Eugene this weekend to discuss climate change. The keynote topic will center on a study looking at how it will affect the state. Three University of Oregon professors will give us a glimpse into what the future holds for Oregon as … Continue reading »

Civic Stadium Sale: What’s Next?

EUGENE, Ore. — Three teams were at bat, but only one came out a winner. The Eugene School Board chose the City of Eugene to move forward with purchasing Civic Stadium in South Eugene, beating out The Eugene Family YMCA and Fred Meyer. The next step: the city must raise $3 million to renovate the … Continue reading »

Board to Select Civic Stadium Buyer

EUGENE, Ore. — It’s been years in the making, and Wednesday a buyer may finally be selected for Civic Stadium. The stadium has been vacant ever since the Eugene Emeralds baseball team decided to relocate for the 2010 season. Wednesday, the Eugene school board may finally select an offer. There are three bids: from the … Continue reading »

Reason To Smile: Free Dental Care

EUGENE, Ore. — There will be smiles all around at Smiles Dental in Eugene because the clinic is holding a Free Dental Day on Friday. The event is called Dentistry of the Heart Day. A staff of seven will perform basic dentistry services such as cleaning, fillings, examinations and extractions. This is the second year … Continue reading »

NCAA Track and Field Tickets on Sale

EUGENE, Ore. — The NCAA Track and Field Championships are coming back to Eugene and tickets go on sale Thursday. The impact for the city will be significant. Travel Lane County estimates about 12,000 spectators per day at the events. About 25 percent of those fans will come from out of town. The venue will … Continue reading »

Ice And Snow Out, Wind And Rain In

EUGENE, Ore.– Downed trees line the roads after powerful winds and heavy rain slammed across the region overnight. Eugene Public Works waited until the wind advisory was lifted at 6am on Wednesday morning, to start cleanup. Crews focused on clearing blockages on the roads for the morning and afternoon commute, and then moved on to … Continue reading »

Cost of Winter Storm Climbs

EUGENE, Ore. — The past weekend’s storm comes on the heels of December’s storm, but this one could be more costly. In fact, cuts could be made to pay for it. The latest storm was shorter than December’s storm but it was more intense. The amount of snow the area got over the past weekend … Continue reading »

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