Sarah Hurwitz

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Name: Sarah Hurwitz
Date registered: March 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Council to Explore Marijuana Sales Tax — September 19, 2014
  2. Honoring Scotland’s Independence Vote — September 18, 2014
  3. Fans React to Third NFL Arrest — September 17, 2014
  4. Bike and Trailer Stolen from Dad — September 17, 2014
  5. Deadly Crash on Highway 126 — September 16, 2014

Most commented posts

  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. Public Pleads for Glass Bar Island — 7 comments

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Friends Remember Dean Sweeden

EUGENE, Ore. — As the Eugene Police Department investigates a Eugene man’s death his friends gathered in his honor Wednesday night. Police say 23 year-old Dean Sweeden died after a possible assault in downtown Eugene Wednesday morning. Friends say once they heard the news of Sweeden’s passing, they decided to meet to remember and honor … Continue reading »

IRS Scam Warning

EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene man is warning others after he took a call from an IRS scam artist. Alex Aanderud says he got a call Wednesday from someone claiming to be from the Department of Legal Affairs with the Internal Revenue Service. He says they claimed they were going to take legal action against … Continue reading »

Neighbors Remember Father and Son

COOS COUNTY, Ore. — Zachary Brimhall the suspect in the Coos County shootings and his father Ray Brimhall were from Dillard a small town just south of Roseburg. The small town of about 500 is in disbelief of what happened after three men were killed in what appears to be a murder-suicide in Coos County … Continue reading »

Community Reacts to Fatal Shooting

CHARLESTON, Ore. – Three people are dead after a shooting early Tuesday in Coos Bay, and just down the road in Charleston, news of the shooting spread fast. Those who live and work there, say there’s been a community effort to crack down on crime. Locals say Bastendorff Beach is a major hang out for … Continue reading »

Veteran Runs for City Council

CRESWELL, Ore. — A 90 year-old veteran who served in several wars is back in the spotlight. He’s vying to become Creswell’s newest council member. World War II, the Korean War and Vietnam Richard Heyman understands what it means to fight a battle. But now he faces a different challenge running for a Creswell City … Continue reading »

Dead Fish Spotted on Willamette River

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A Springfield man is concerned for the safety of both wildlife and the community after spotting a number of dead fish on the Willamette River. Chris Flowerday says he’s seen as many as six dead fish on the river in one day. One day this week he saw another dead fish–a steelhead. … Continue reading »

Ice Rink Re-Opens

EUGENE, Ore. — If you’re looking to get away from the heat this weekend, just head for the ice. It’s officially ice skating season. On Friday, The Rink Exchange, the ice sports complex in Lane County opened its doors. A zamboni was out smoothing out the ice, along with a twirling figure skater. The general … Continue reading »

Community Talks Biased-Based Policing

EUGENE, Ore. — The community came together Thursday night to talk about a biased-based policing pilot that goes into effect in January. In light of the outrage over the shooting and killing of an 18 year-old unarmed black man in Ferguson, Missouri community leaders say it’s only fitting Eugene is having a discussion about biased-based … Continue reading »

Exchange Students Meet Host Families

EUGENE, Ore. — A heart warming welcome Thursday for nearly 30 high school exchange students in the American Field Service program. The students introduced themselves one by one in a line and what country they were from as they anxiously waited to hug their host families. Twelve countries in total were represented from Germany, Austria … Continue reading »

ODF Slammed with Tracking Storms

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — An unusually hot and dry summer is putting the heat on fire crews. The Oregon Department of Forestry is working around the clock to monitor fires ignited by lightning. They say they’ve even called in help from other districts to aid in tracking efforts. A Red Flag Warning was issued through Tuesday … Continue reading »

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