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. Anchor Mom: Are you a dog mother? — June 18, 2014
  2. Greenhill Prepares for Bark in the Park — May 14, 2014
  3. Womenspace Gala Event — May 12, 2014
  4. Happy Mother’s Day — May 10, 2014
  5. Wild Friends Foods — May 9, 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

Salmon Make a Comeback

EUGENE, Ore. — Wild Chinook Salmon are on the rebound. For the first time since being listed on the endangered species list, numbers are up at the Fall Creek Reservoir. Greg Taylor, a biologist with the US Army Corps of Engineers, oversees the fisheries trap and haul program at Fall Creek Reservoir. “The salmon are … Continue reading »

Pleasant Hill Barista Turns 75

PLEASANT HILL, Ore. — Turning 75 years old for some is a milestone. For Charlene Souza, it’s just another day to get to work. Shortly after retiring, Souza got anxious and started making coffee at Espresso 58 in Pleasant Hill. She’s been at it for 17 years and a birthday wasn’t an excuse to take … Continue reading »

Nima’s Wish Comes True

EUGENE, Ore. — The sound of African drums, like the heart, it’s a constant beat. The tatoo transports Eliman Gibba to Africa–  to Gambia where he was born and where he and his wife planned to take to their daughter, Nima. At 11-years-old, her life was cut short. January 2009. Nima was returning from dance … Continue reading »

Eugene Mission’s Historic Truck for Sale

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Mission is preparing for major changes next month. The nonprofit is eliminating its long-standing newspaper recycling program, which is no longer making a profit. June 15 is the last day. Crews will pick up the 1,000 red boxes or you can keep them for a $50 donation. But there’s another … Continue reading »

Retirees Become Encore Entrepreneurs

EUGENE, Ore. — The Golden Years for many people means travel and relaxation, but according to a retirement survey the majority of workers in their 50s and 60s plan to keep on working. A new category of retirees is growing, called encore entrepreneurs. Eugene photographer Ken Haley is one of them. “I just started shooting … Continue reading »

Gas Prices Increase for Memorial Day

EUGENE, Ore. — Gas prices are on the rise just in time for Memorial Day weekend. Drivers in the Pacific Northwest will likely see the highest gas prices in two years. Nationally, the average cost of a gallon of gas is $3.66, but it’s 30 cents higher in Oregon. In the Eugene-Springfield area it’s about … Continue reading »

Eugene Mission Cuts Newspaper Recycling

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Mission is expanding services, allowing the nonprofit to assist more clients with food, shelter and clothing, but now the mission is preparing to cut a major program. Come June, the Eugene Mission is cutting its recycling program. Long before there was the red box for DVDs came the red box … Continue reading »

Measure 20-213: Lane Co. Public Safety

EUGENE, Ore. — The voter turnout so far this year is very similar to the last time a public safety measure was on the ballot. In 2007, Lane County voters struck down a public safety levy; 71 percent of registered voters said no. Supporters of Measure 20-213 are confident this election will bring a different … Continue reading »

Corridor Elementary Hosts Career Fair

EUGENE, Ore. — Local elementary students got an early introduction to career opportunities. Corridor Elementary hosted its annual career fair Friday. Nearly 275 students in grades kindergarten through five got to meet 18 professionals first in an assembly. Then they headed to classrooms for presentations covering specific fields. Some learned about television journalism with KEZI … Continue reading »

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 »

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