Sarah Hurwitz

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Name: Sarah Hurwitz
Date registered: March 11, 2013

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  1. Council Gives Update on EWEB Development — October 20, 2014
  2. Homeless Campers Asked to Leave Site — October 17, 2014
  3. Congressional Candidates Face Off — October 15, 2014
  4. Gubernatorial Candidates Face Off — October 14, 2014
  5. Group Asks Council to Lift Camping Ban — October 13, 2014

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  1. Custody Dispute Caught on Camera — 34 comments
  2. Football Player Faces Harassment Charges — 25 comments
  3. Victim Details Apparent Pick Ax Attack — 12 comments
  4. Unwelcomed Group Sets Up Near SLEEPS — 9 comments
  5. Paying Tribute to a Lost Brother — 7 comments

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Council Gives Update on EWEB Development

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene City Council will give an update Monday night on the EWEB riverfront development. EWEB and the city have begun the initial stages of planning for that riverfront property. On Monday, the council will hear from its development division on what kind of role the city will play in the construction … Continue reading »

Homeless Campers Asked to Leave Site

EUGENE, Ore. — A group of homeless campers near Sixth Avenue and Mill Street have been asked to leave. They say police gave them a 3:30 p.m. deadline Friday, but the police never showed. A small group of homeless campers have been camping at this site for a few days. They say there aren’t enough … Continue reading »

Congressional Candidates Face Off

EUGENE, Ore. — For the first time this year, candidates for Oregon’s 4th Congressional U.S. District seat went head to head in a debate in Eugene. Incumbent Rep. Peter DeFazio a Democrat from Springfield, Pacific Green Candidate Michael Beilstein from Corvallis and Republican challenger Art Robinson from Cave Junction took the podium Wednesday night at … Continue reading »

Gubernatorial Candidates Face Off

PORTLAND, Ore. — The latest scandal involving Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber’s fiancee is once again the topic of debate as he faced off with his republican challenger, Rep. Dennis Richardson Tuesday night. Kitzhaber is defending Cylvia Hayes for a second time in less than a week. Last week Hayes admitted she accepted money for marrying … Continue reading »

Group Asks Council to Lift Camping Ban

EUGENE, Ore. — As the temperatures begin to drop groups are asking the city of Eugene to lift its camping ban. The Raging Grannies, a social activism group made their voices heard at the city council meeting Monday night. “The camping ban really criminalizes homelessness. If you don’t have a place to sleep you don’t … Continue reading »

EWEB Chooses UO Foundation

EUGENE, Ore. — After five years of planning, the Eugene Water and Electric Board of Commissioners voted to move forward Tuesday with the University of Oregon Foundation as the master developer of its downtown riverfront property. This comes after several months of a thorough vetting process. Community leaders and concerned residents filled the room Tuesday … Continue reading »

Teens Apprehended in Murder Case

CURTIN, Ore. — Two teens wanted in connection with a murder investigation in Washington were found Monday in Douglas County. That murder happened in Okanogan County in Northeast Washington near Spokane. That’s where the body of 39-year-old Patrick Alltus was found in his home Sunday. The teens wanted for questioning lived in the same house … Continue reading »

Crews Remove Car from McKenzie River

VIDA, Ore. — After hours of attempts, crews managed to pull a car from the McKenzie River that was stuck there since May. It’s been months since a Kia Sorento plunged into the McKenzie River, killing the driver. Because of the strong current and access to private property for recovery efforts, it has taken months … Continue reading »

High School Changes Homecoming Tradition

EUGENE, Ore. — After years of a homecoming king and queen, North Eugene High School is starting a new tradition. Administrators and the associated student body announced this week they’re eliminating the titles, hoping to break past inequality and gender stereotypes. “King, queen and voting for a boy and a girl for each grade and … Continue reading »

Great Rotary Duck Race: Looking Glass

EUGENE, Ore. — Looking Glass, a local nonprofit dedicated to helping troubled teens, is one of five recipients of funds from the Great Rotary Duck Race. Looking Glass Executive Officer Craig Opperman says funds from the Great Rotary Duck Race are vital, but they especially help with child abuse prevention programs. He says this community … Continue reading »

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