Kelsey Card

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Name: Kelsey Card
Date registered: April 16, 2012


Kelsey Card joined the KEZI 9 News team as a reporter in February 2012. Kelsey grew up in Portland and holds a degree in Televison Production from Mt. Hood Community College and earned her B.A. at the University of Oregon in August 2011, where she majored in Electronic Media and minored in Ethnic Studies. During her years at the UO she worked at KEZI 9 News as a production assistant. Kelsey also interned and later filled in as a videographer at the Oregon Zoo, where her footage was picked up by the Discovery Channel and CNN International. Doing video work for the Oregon Zoo and holding the position of video manager at the children’s website, GLOBIO, furthered her innate thirst for storytelling, and peaked her interests in wildlife and community. In her free time you can find her on a hike in the forests of Eugene, with a dog or two by her side, at Luv-a-Bull rescue. Kelsey enjoys immersing herself in the thoughts of those in her community. Please contact her to chat about story ideas at

Latest posts

  1. City Councilors Could Vote on Tax Levy — February 11, 2013
  2. City Councilors Could Vote on Tax Levy — February 11, 2013
  3. KLCC Prepares for Microbrew Festival — February 8, 2013
  4. IHOP Serves Free Pancakes — February 5, 2013
  5. Potential Levy and Stormwater Fee — February 4, 2013

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City Councilors Could Vote on Tax Levy

EUGENE, Ore. —  City Councilors have narrowed their focus to a potential property tax levy to fill a $6 million budget gap. City leaders are hoping that the City Council will vote on an option at their meeting Monday night. A decision has to be made by Wednesday to put a possible levy on the … Continue reading »

City Councilors Could Vote on Tax Levy

EUGENE, Ore. – The city of Eugene is still trying to figure out how to fill a $6 million dollar budget hole, tonight they could make a major move toward a possible solution. There’s been ongoing discussion about how to fill that budget gap, now the city council is narrowing its focus to a tax … Continue reading »

KLCC Prepares for Microbrew Festival

EUGENE, Ore — Breweries from all over the country will converge at the Lane Events Center Friday night for the KLCC Microbrew Festival. This is the 12th year KLCC has held the festival at the Lane Events Center. Not only has it become a beer enthusiasts dream weekend, it’s also become a huge staple for … Continue reading »

IHOP Serves Free Pancakes

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — It’s National Pancake Day at IHOP, where all its restaurants around the nation hope to rake in $3 million and raise awareness for the Children’s Miracle Network and other local charities. The event is in its eigth year. So far it’s raised more than $10 million for the cause. Last year IHOP … Continue reading »

Potential Levy and Stormwater Fee

EUGENE,  Ore. — Two proposed city fees have been chopped and modified, now Eugene city councilors are ready to hash out both options again. The last time the city fee options were discussed at Harris Hall, the details didn’t go over too well with the public. The city service fee has been tossed out, and … Continue reading »

2012 Graduation Rates Rise Slightly

SALEM, Ore. — Oregon’s four-year graduation rate for 2012 was 68.4 percent, up slightly from 2011, when the rate was 67.6 percent, according to the Oregon Department of Education. In an effort to assess progress toward a lofty education goal in 2025–a 100-percent graduation rate–the ODE tracks graduation rates as well as dropout rates. Perhaps … Continue reading »

Conestoga Huts Need Sites

EUGENE, Ore. – Community Supported Shelters says its Conestoga huts have huge financial backing, to the tune of $20,000 in donated money and materials to build, but it lacks sites. The Episcopal Church of the Resurrection is playing host to three different huts, but it’s one of just two sites. Both are maxed out. Representatives … Continue reading »

Lane County Seeks Public Safety Input

EUGENE, Ore. — If you have ideas about how public safety in Lane County can recover, county leaders want to hear from you. The first step to repairing the public safety system–is funding solutions for the Lane County Jail. A two-part public input session will begin on stable funding solutions Tuesday night. Commissioners and the … Continue reading »

Oregon Truffle Festival in Eugene

EUGENE, Ore. — The Oregon Truffle Festival will likely be intoxicating and enticing more than 1,000 from all over the world right here in Eugene. The three day festival is in it’s eighth year and truffle enthusiasts say it’s an extremely rare experience. The Oregon black truffle is unique to all the world and within … Continue reading »

LCC to Host Lane Latino Leadership Forum

EUGENE, Ore. — In a leadership forum the first of its kind, Latino leaders, politicians and community members will gather at Lane Community College for the Lane Latino Leadership Forum. Six panelists, joined by community members, will talk about the role the Latino/Latina community plays in developing the next generation of political leaders. They’ll also … Continue reading »

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