Sean Cuellar

Author's details

Name: Sean Cuellar
Date registered: April 16, 2012

Biography

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. The Soccer Mom Club — April 23, 2014
  2. Anchor Mom: Sean Cuellar — April 23, 2014
  3. Elmira H.S. Breaks from Tradition — April 3, 2014
  4. Walkers to Cross Country for Climate — February 27, 2014
  5. Local Walkers March for Climate Action — February 26, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. EWEB Proposes Rate Increases — 6 comments
  2. UO Unveiling New Marching Band Uniforms — 5 comments
  3. Neighborhood Fights Crime with Facebook — 4 comments
  4. Homeless to Working — 4 comments
  5. Dishcrawl Showcases Local Restaurants — 3 comments

Author's posts listings

Firefighters Host Annual Chicken BBQ

EUGENE, Ore. — The Santa Clara Fire District couldn’t serve the community without its team of volunteer firefighters and they need funding. The crew is hosting its 56th annual Chicken Bar-B-Que on Saturday. About 750 chickens in all will be slow cooked. Also on the menu are pork and beans and coleslaw. Thirty volunteer firefighters … Continue reading »

Local Family Brings Back Cowboy Music

VENETA, Ore. — Old school western cowboy music is making a comeback. A local family is taking their show on the road entertaining audiences and winning awards. Their next stop: Florence. Meet the Hanson Family Singers. They’ve been performing together since they were kids. Lisa is on the violin, Theresa is on the guitar, and … Continue reading »

Sign-Up Open for National Cancer Study

EUGENE, Ore. — This is the final year to sign up for a national long-term study to fight cancer. The goal is to follow 300,000 participants over the next 25 to 30 years to learn more about cancer and why it’s been seen alarming rates. The initial sign up requires a questionnaire; then a 30 … Continue reading »

Relay for Life Fundraiser Goal on Track

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene and Springfield residents rallied for the cause last weekend for Relay for Life. Now that clean-up is complete, the focus now shifts to the numbers. Preliminary reports show this relay is right on track. Walkers came by the hundreds–survivors, families, local companies, and ordinary people–with an extraordinary goal: to find a … Continue reading »

Art Boxes Pop Up Around Eugene

EUGENE, Ore. — Art is popping up around Eugene, in what some may call unusual places. It’s part of a project by the City of Eugene’s Public Art Committee, called “Art the Box.” The new art installations are getting people talking, with bright colors appearing all around town. Several steel traffic control boxes are now … Continue reading »

Science Summer Camp Teaches Robotics

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Schools out for summer, but some students were back in the classroom Tuesday. It’s the final week of the STEM and Lego Robotics Summer Camp at Hamlin Middle School. Springfield Public Schools has offered three, four-day sessions to middle schoolers over the summer. Students learn about science, technology, engineering and math in … Continue reading »

Cancer Prevention Study-3 Begins

EUGENE, Ore. — The American Cancer Society kicked off its Cancer Prevention Study-3 campaign in the Eugene-Springfield area, Wednesday. It’s the first time in the Pacific Northwest was invited to take part in a long-term study to better understand what’s causing cancer and what prevents it. Anyone between the ages of 30-65 years old and … Continue reading »

Cancer Cure Challenge

EUGENE, Ore. — The city of Eugene’s Health and Fitness Director is taking health and fitness one step further; his mission to get rid of cancer. Steve Auferoth, 58, is the Eugene’s Health and Fitness Director and teaches classes and inspires healthy life styles. Healthy city employees translates to fewer doctor visits, meaning savings on … Continue reading »

Special Olympics Athletes to Compete

EUGENE, Ore. — A special group of athletes is living their dream this weekend by competing in the Special Olympics. They’ve been practicing, perfecting, and they’re ready to compete in events like the long jump and the shot put. David Iverson, 27, is competing in the softball throw, plus the 50 yard dash and team … Continue reading »

Downtown Eugene Provides Parking Options

EUGENE, Ore. — Parking is a premium in any downtown area and Eugene is no exception. The city says parking is available; in fact, Parking Services has received international recognition for its innovations. About 50,000 parking violations are issued each year with the majority near the University of Oregon. That’s down from 90,000 per year, … Continue reading »

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