Holly Menino

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Name: Holly Menino
Date registered: April 16, 2012


Holly Menino joined the KEZI 9 News Team in July of 2005. She graduated from the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University with an emphasis in Broadcast News. During her senior year of college, she interned at KLEW TV in Lewiston, Idaho. After graduating in May, Holly landed a job as the reporter in KEZI 9′s Roseburg newsroom. After being there for eight months she was promoted to the Weekend Anchor position in Eugene. From weekends Holly moved to anchor KEZI 9 News This Morning and that’s where you can watch her now. In college Holly had the honor of meeting former ABC News Anchor Peter Jennings. Some of her other career hi-lights include reporting on the Roseburg High School shooting, covering the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials, and reporting in-depth on the 2008 Presidential race. Holly also covers a business beat and runs the Crime Stoppers franchise for KEZI. Holly is excited to be in the Northwest and living in the great state of Oregon You can watch Holly as she anchors KEZI 9 News This Morning, weekdays from 5 – 7 a.m.

Latest posts

  1. City Counts Bicyclists at Intersection — October 5, 2012
  2. Crews Install Denim Insulation — October 4, 2012
  3. Walk Plus Bike to School Day — October 3, 2012
  4. Teacher Receives $1,000 in Supplies — October 2, 2012
  5. Affording a College Education — September 26, 2012

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City Counts Bicyclists at Intersection

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene recently revamped a bike lane near the University of Oregon. Now it’s surveying its success. Crews put out counting strips Thursday near the intersection of East 18th Avenue and Alder Street. They mark how many people use the reworked section. It’ll then be compared to the numbers before all the work … Continue reading »

Crews Install Denim Insulation

EUGENE, Ore. — Going green, or should we say blue? A housing project in Eugene is demonstrating a new way of being eco-friendly by reusing old denim. Crews are putting the insulation in at a Habitat for Humanity house on Yogi Way in Eugene. But it isn’t your typical insulation what’s going in the home’s … Continue reading »

Walk Plus Bike to School Day

EUGENE, Ore. — Many parents ditched their cars Wednesday and got their kids to school by walking or biking; it’s part of a “Walk Plus Bike to School Day.” Buena Vista Elementary School was one of 160 Oregon school that took part in the international movement to get more physical activity back into children’s every … Continue reading »

Teacher Receives $1,000 in Supplies

EUGENE, Ore. — OfficeMax stores across the country gave back to local schools, Tuesday. Thanks to the corporation’s “A Day Made Better” program, more than 1,000 schools and teachers were given some much needed classroom supplies. The south Eugene OfficeMax store surprised Andy Traisman, a teacher at the Village School in Eugene. The 7th and … Continue reading »

Affording a College Education

EUGENE, Ore. — With college classes back in session and tuition up again this year, one of the questions facing many students is how to pay for their college education? Tuition is up across the entire Oregon University System. Oregon State University’s Corvallis campus saw an increase of 6.9 percent for resident undergraduate tuition. At … Continue reading »

Chef Competition Helps March of Dimes

EUGENE, Ore. — In Oregon, one in ten babies is born premature. Tuesday night, local chefs will put their cooking skills to the test to raise money and awareness for an organization that helps preterm babies. With just four ingredients and only 15 minutes, five chefs will battle it out in a cook-off. The March … Continue reading »

New Records Set by UO’s Freshmen

EUGENE, Ore. — School administrators at the University of Oregon say this years freshman class is record-breaking; it is the most academically prepared, the most ethnically diverse and is one of the largest classes they’ve ever had. The average GPA of the incoming freshman is between 3.57 and 3.58, a new record. More incoming students … Continue reading »

Freshman Enrollment Increases at OSU

EUGENE, Ore. — Oregon State University is seeing an increase in freshman enrollment this year. School administrators say there are about 3,600 freshman enrolled for Fall Semester, a 3.5 percent increase from last year. The school’s total enrollment is also up from last year, at more than 26,000 students, which includes distance learning and the … Continue reading »

iPhone 5 Released, Has Glitches

EUGENE, Ore. — Across the globe, people turned out in droves hoping to get their hands on Apple’s latest product, the iPhone 5. At the Verizon Store in Eugene, the lines started forming at 3 p.m. Thursday and folks camped out overnight. By 8 a.m. when the store opened, there were 50 people waiting in … Continue reading »

‘Quidam’ Coming to Matt Knight Arena

EUGENE, Ore. — Mark your calendars–Cirque du Soleil is returning to Eugene with Quidam. Cirque du Soleil last performed in Eugene in 2011 with Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour and Dralion. Come October, Quidam will light up the stage at Matthew Knight Arena. Quidam is one of the older Cirque du Soleil productions, debuting … Continue reading »

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