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. Elmira H.S. Breaks from Tradition — April 3, 2014
  2. Walkers to Cross Country for Climate — February 27, 2014
  3. Local Walkers March for Climate Action — February 26, 2014
  4. Pearl Buck Center Hosts Fundraiser — February 14, 2014
  5. Pearl Buck Center Changes with the Times — February 11, 2014

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  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. Joann Fabrics and Crafts Ready to Move — 3 comments

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Kids Try Out Jobs on Public Works Day

EUGENE, Ore. — The city of Eugene rolled out its big trucks and tractors for its 26th annual Public Works Day Thursday. Hundreds of kids headed to Roosevelt yard for a hands on lesson in what it takes to maintain the city. Armed with a safety vest, they went on a tour of what it … Continue reading »

Womenspace Breakfast Garners Support

EUGENE, Ore. — It takes community to end the silence of domestic violence, which is why Womenspace is asking for the community to get involved. The nonprofit held its third-annual breakfast Tuesday morning at Valley River Inn to generate support. Participants signed pledges to take a stand against domestic violence. Every year in Lane County, … Continue reading »

UO Museum Gets a Makeover

EUGENE, Ore. — Construction continues at a University of Oregon museum. A major construction project is taking place at the Museum of Natural and Cultural History, which will double the exhibition space. The build out began in March and will transform a storage area into exhibit space, adding an extra 2,000-square-feet to the museum. A … Continue reading »

Recycling Hits Roadblock in Lane County

EUGENE, Ore. — Recycling in Lane County is hitting a road block. Big-ticket items like plastic bins, tubs and playground toys are no longer being accepted. Nothing has changed at lane county waste management, but drop off sites for rigid mixed plastic have been temporarily suspended. Bottles, tubs, and jubs–the plastics you recycle curbside are … Continue reading »

Commute Challenge Holds Red Carpet Event

EUGENE, Ore. — The Business Commute Challenge officially starts this weekend. It’s a friendly community competition to reduce our carbon footprint. So to get in the spirit, organizers held their first ever red carpet event, which drew a steady crowd at the Campbell Center for a morning breakfast treat on Tuesday. Dozens of commuters walked … Continue reading »

Lane County Accepts Firewise Application

EUGENE, Ore. — A long line greeted the staff at Lane County Land Management Monday, as the office began accepting applications for the Firewise Incentive Program. At 9 a.m. the land management office started taking applications for grants that would fund home upgrades to make them fire safe. The fire season’s off to an early … Continue reading »

Volunteers Transform Eugene Park

SANTA CLARA, Ore. — Shrinking budgets have cities like Eugene looking for innovative ways to maintain parks. Awbrey Park off River Road is a case example of a successful steward program with Eugene Parks and Open Space. Four years ago, invasive plants covered this natural area. A team of volunteers transformed it and brought it … Continue reading »

Oregon Country Fair Picks Poster Artist

EUGENE, Ore. — The 44th annual Oregon Country Fair is in July. But this Saturday is the official kick-off, the fair’s spring fling at W.O.W. Hall where event organizers will unveil the official poster. KEZI 9 News got a sneak peak of the poster and talked with the local artist commissioned to create the whimsical … Continue reading »

Florence Prepares for Day of Service

FLORENCE, Ore. — Kaylee Graham and her mom recently spent a day at the park. A year ago, this was just an empty field, but for Florence citizens, transforming it into a dog park was a top priority. It’s completed now–one of many projects tackled during last year’s Power of Florence Day–a day that 13-year-old … Continue reading »

New Women’s Center Set to Open

EUGENE, Ore. — A new building at the Eugene Mission is shining bright. Outside, the flowers are planted and the landscape is in. Inside, workers are busy checking off the last-minute to-do list, putting up hooks for coats and installing a security system. After more than a year of construction, the new $1.6 million women’s … Continue reading »

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