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

Most commented posts

  1. 4J Holds Professional Development Conf. — 4 comments
  2. Puppy Love Bringing Joy — 2 comments
  3. Pastry Shop to Open in Downtown — 2 comments
  4. New Boutique Apartment Building Opens — 1 comment
  5. City Counts Bicyclists at Intersection — 1 comment

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Downtown Demolition Work Under Way

EUGENE, Ore. — Construction crews are hard at work renovating the old Taco Time building on the corner of Broadway Avenue and Willamette Street. Demolition is complete on the downtown building and crews are in full construction mode, working on the interior and exterior. The First on Broadway building will be a mixed use building; … Continue reading »

New Boutique Apartment Building Opens

EUGENE, Ore. — The housing options seem endless for University of Oregon students and now, students have one more place to chose from when selecting their home away from home. A brand new 3-story building on Ferry Street is the latest option for students. The 13-unit boutique apartment complex has studios, as well as, two … Continue reading »

Students Move In to New Residence Hall

EUGENE, Ore. — Extra congestion can be expected this week around Oregon’s college campuses as thousands of students head back to school. At the University of Oregon, the majority of students will move in to on-campus housing on Thursday. However, more than half of the 450 students living in the Global Scholars Hall this year, are … Continue reading »

Lane Apex Hauling Away Hunger This Week

EUGENE, Ore. — Do you have extra canned goods piling up in your kitchen cupboards? This week is your chance to do a little cleaning and help fight hunger at the same time. On Monday, Lane Apex Disposal will be doing more than just taking out its customers’ trash. It will also be hauling away … Continue reading »

Frozen Yogurt Shops Sees Sweet Success

EUGENE, Ore. — Frozen yogurt shop Vanilla Jill’s is finding some sweet success and is expanding. On a sunny day, there’s nothing better than a tasty treat to cool you down, but make that snack a healthy one, and it tastes even better. “We’re making it from kiefer so it’s full of probiotics,” said Megan … Continue reading »

Pastry Shop to Open in Downtown

EUGENE, Ore. — After working for others in the pastry industry for 20 years, a Eugene pastry chef is going into business for herself. Tobi Sovak’s opening her own pastry kitchen shop in downtown Eugene. It’s called Noisette, which is the French word for hazelnut. The new business is taking shape at the corner of … Continue reading »

Eugene Helicopter Tool Company Expands

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene-based Heli-Tech has been in business for 21 years. It’s a company that’s found its niche in the world market for helicopter tools. And even in this down economy, it just keeps growing. David Weil started Heli-Tech more than 20 years ago out of his garage. Since then, he’s bought three companies … Continue reading »

Washburne Cafe’ Gives Back

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Times are still tough for many businesses, but one Springfield restaurant is digging deep and giving back. Marilou and Jeff Heriot bought the Washburne Cafe in downtown Springfield one year ago. To celebrate their one year anniversary, they’re giving back by teaming up with three organizations: Head Start of Lane County, Food … Continue reading »

Springfield Kicks Off New School Year

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The Springfield School District kicked off the start to their school year with their annual State of the Schools Address. This year’s event ended a little differently than in years past. Springfield School District Superintendent Nancy Golden gave the annual address. Golden, who is entering her tenth year as superintendent of the … Continue reading »

Planned Parenthood Opens New Center

GLENWOOD, Ore. — After almost a year of construction, Planned Parenthood’s new center on Franklin Boulevard is open for business. The new building allows Planned Parenthood to see 50 percent more patients. It started seeing new patients Tuesday. The 20,000-square-foot facility boasts 4,000 square feet more than what staff are used to. This move means … Continue reading »

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