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Name: Laura Campbell
Date registered: April 16, 2012


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  1. Oregon Voters To Decide Pot Legality — July 22, 2014
  2. Two Bodies Found in Burned Home — July 22, 2014
  3. Obama Signs LGBT Executive Order — July 21, 2014
  4. Former Oregon Governor Vic Atiyeh Dies — July 21, 2014
  5. Widow Gets $23.6 B in Smoking Lawsuit — July 20, 2014

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  1. School Closures and Delays (Dec. 18) — 51 comments
  2. Cottage Grove Speedway Shut Down — 30 comments
  3. Eugene Man Found in Columbia River — 16 comments
  4. Other School Closures and Delays: Dec. 6 — 14 comments
  5. Cemetery Proposal Causes Concern — 10 comments

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Crews Respond to Creswell House Fire

UPDATE — Eugene Police say two bodies were found in the home. They have not been identified. We will have more on this story as it develops. CRESWELL, Ore. — Crews are on the scene of a house fire on Butte Road. South Lane County Fire and Rescue say it started around 2:45 p.m. Wednesday … Continue reading »

Keystone Café Closing

EUGENE, Ore. — A popular Eugene restaurant is closing after more than 30 years of business. The Keystone Café, located at Fifth Avenue and Lawrence Street announced on its Facebook page that it will be closing its restaurant at the end of next month. Its last day open is August 31. The restaurant declined to … Continue reading »

Oregon Police Search for Murder Suspect

JOSEPHINE COUNTY, Ore.– Oregon State Police are actively searching for a murder suspect in a wooded area of Josephine County Wednesday. OSP said Daniel Martinson has a felony warrant out for a murder in Cave Junction last November. They said they believe he stabbed Arron Clouser in the back several times and left him to … Continue reading »

Woman Celebrates 105 Years

EUGENE, Ore. — She’s beautiful and she’s celebrating another birthday. Grace Fuss, who lives in Eugene, turned 105 years old Wednesday. Grace was born in Canada in 1909. She became a U.S. citizen in 1956 in Olympia, Washington and later moved to Eugene at age 99. Because grace has aged so gracefully, we had to … Continue reading »

Interview: Inspiring Women 55+

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Library is an award-winning library which is national recognized. It offers more than books. All summer long you can attend events and workshops. On Saturday, July 19, it’s hosting a free event highlighting a book all about women. Librarian Allison Arnold and Shirley Collins, author of Inspiring Women 55+, joined … Continue reading »

Mosquito Bite Myths

(CNN) — Mosquitos are annoying, and no one wants to get bitten, but avoiding them is a pretty good idea because they also can carry serious diseases. So it’s important to separate the facts from beliefs that are just plain wrong. One common myth is that all mosquitoes bite humans. According to the Centers for … Continue reading »

School Looked at for Undocumented Kids

HOUSTON (CNN) — A vacant Houston middle school could be used to house undocumented immigrant children crossing into Texas from Mexico. A spokeswoman for Houston Independent School District said there has been no definitive request to lease Terrell Middle School. Border patrol facilities have been flooded with an influx of immigrant children coming into the … Continue reading »

Man Wants California Split into 6 States

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (CNN) — A California man is leading an effort to split California into six separate states. Tim Draper submitted 44,000 signatures Tuesday to have the measure placed on a ballot. Draper says the state is too large and too diverse to have one government. His vision is for California to be six states … Continue reading »

Local Dance Group Takes Top Prize

EUGENE, Ore. — Hard work is paying off for a local dance group. Dancers from All That! Dance Co. in Eugene took their routine to the spotlight dance cup in Seaside last week and brought home the top prize. More than 30 studios competed in the tournament, and they say it was an honor just … Continue reading »

Drivers Cited for Following Too Closely

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene Police held another traffic sting. This time the focus was making sure drivers weren’t following too closely. Officers say it’s a major cause of car crashes in Eugene. So Tuesday, they focused on Beltline. During the five-hour sting, police cited 34 drivers for speeding, 16 for driving uninsured, and 10 for … Continue reading »

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