Sean Cuellar

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Name: Sean Cuellar
Date registered: April 16, 2012


Sean graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles, with a degree in Communications. There, Sean interned at both KNBC and CNN. Sean comes to Oregon from Columbus, OH, where she anchored and reported for WSYX/WTTE. She’s also worked as a television news anchor and reporter in Idaho, Texas, Colorado and Ohio. Sean was part of the Emmy Award winning morning team, Good Day Colorado, in Denver, CO. She’s covered major stories including alleged ACORN voter fraud during the 2008 Presidential election, the 2007 NCAA BCS Championship Game, the Kobe Bryant Trial, and was first to interview former Iraqi POW Shoshana Johnson. This isn’t Sean’s first stop in Eugene. During her high school career, she attended a summer Architectural Academy at the University of Oregon. Sean and her family are thrilled to live in a bike friendly town, and look forward to making Eugene their home.

Latest posts

  1. Pet of the Week — March 27, 2015
  2. Consumer Reports: Your TV Can Spy on You — March 27, 2015
  3. Health Benefits of Coffee — March 25, 2015
  4. Rollover Crash on Delta Highway — March 21, 2015
  5. Avoiding Pesticides in Produce — March 20, 2015

Most commented posts

  1. EWEB Proposes Rate Increases — 6 comments
  2. UO Unveiling New Marching Band Uniforms — 5 comments
  3. Homeless to Working — 4 comments
  4. Neighborhood Fights Crime with Facebook — 4 comments
  5. Pearl Buck and the Community — 4 comments

Author's posts listings

Interview: Make-A-Band

EUGENE, Ore — Musicians of all types are gearing up to showcase their abilities and win prizes while raising money for the local arts community in the first-ever Make-A-Band competition. Musical artists interested in performing can enter online at and build an artist profile page on Sign-Up is free. All musicians will perform … Continue reading »

Consumer Reports: Cutting Cable

SUCCESSFULLY CUTTING CABLE   Three things that have traditionally kept people tied to cable: sports, kids’ programming, and addictions to shows such as Game of Thrones that were only available with a pay TV service. But all that’s starting to change.   More and more media companies are announcing plans to deliver their TV programming … Continue reading »

Metamorphose Art Show Selection

EUGENE, Ore. — It was an early-morning wake-up call for artists on Saturday. Dozens lined up at MECCA, the Materials Exchange Center for the Community Arts, to choose a piece of art in order to transform it into their own art. It’s called the Metamorphose Challenge. The art selection comes  from St. Vincent de Paul’s … Continue reading »

4J Set to Announce New Superintendent

EUGENE, Ore. — 4J’s search for a new superintendent is now in its final phase. School board members met again Saturday morning at the 4J’s Education Center to select the district’s new leader. On Saturday they reviewed feedback from the community after meetings this past week. The three finalists spent time interacting with groups including parents, … Continue reading »

Interview: Oz With Orchestra

EUGENE, Ore — The year 2015 marks the 75th anniversary of the award-winning film, The Wizard of Oz. You are invited to see and hear the MGM classic as you never have before–on a big screen with the Eugene Symphony playing the soundtrack live right before you. The special concert is Sunday, March 8, at … Continue reading »

UO Pit Crew Video Earns Finalist Spot

EUGENE, Ore. — A 15-second video could win the University of Oregon Foundation thousands of dollars for scholarships. The Pit Crew entered a video in the NCAA Basketball “Let’s Dance” Competition. It won the regional contest, giving the university $10,000. But Duck fans can double that. You can vote up to 10 times a day, … Continue reading »

Metamorphose Art Show – Call for Artists

  EUGENE,  Ore. — Calling all fashion designers, artists, reuse artists, and youth artists.  Now is your chance to enter St. Vincent de Paul‘s 2nd Annual Metamorphose Fashion and Art Show. Fashion designers must create three outfits using discarded items. Contestants will receive 10 MECCA bucks to purchase used embellishments from the Materials Exchange Center … Continue reading »

Pearl Buck and the Community

EUGENE, Ore — The Pearl Buck Center in Eugene is gaining ground and expanding in this improving economy.  As Pearl Buck prepares for its 63rd anniversary, now more than ever, the center is celebrating not only their clients, but also the community. About twice a week, Dan Vishny visits Pearl Buck Center to  check on … Continue reading »

Letters Encourage Boy with Cancer

EUGENE, Ore. — A young boy is fighting the fight of his life right now–his third bout with brain cancer. Brandon Smith isn’t giving up. His wish now is to simply receive words of encouragement. Letters are now arriving every day, lighting up Brandon’s world. Brandon looks forward to letters and cards, along with the small … Continue reading »

Local Choir to Perform at Carnegie Hall

EUGENE, Ore. — Many musicians call it an opportunity of lifetime, performing at Carnegie Hall. That opportunity is here now for the South Eugene High School Choir. Fundraising efforts are underway to make sure every student who wants to go to New York, can go. The 100-member choir received the invitation last year to Carnegie … Continue reading »

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