Sarah Hurwitz

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Name: Sarah Hurwitz
Date registered: March 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Opening Statements Begin in Murder Trial — April 18, 2014
  2. County Moves to Draft NDAA Ordinance — April 15, 2014
  3. Agencies to Apply for FEMA Funding — April 14, 2014
  4. Soldiers Say Goodbye to Loved Ones — April 11, 2014
  5. Students Reacting to Sexual Assault — April 10, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Custody Dispute Caught on Camera — 34 comments
  2. Football Player Faces Harassment Charges — 25 comments
  3. Unwelcomed Group Sets Up Near SLEEPS — 9 comments
  4. Public Pleads for Glass Bar Island — 7 comments
  5. More Warming Center Locations to Open — 6 comments

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Jury Deliberates Gillette’s Fate

EUGENE, Ore. — The jury is now deliberating the fate of Johan Gillette, after both sides presented closing arguments Tuesday. Johan is charged with killing his dad, James, and dad’s partner, former UO School of Music Dean Anne McLucas in 2012. Prosecutors say Johan beat them with a wrench and tried to cover up the … Continue reading »

St. Patrick’s Day Fun

EUGENE, Ore. — One thing that’s developing right now, the Irish spirit. It continues to grow as more and more people head out the door to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day. The shamrocks were up and the music was likely blaring at McShanes in South Eugene. It’s just one of many places with a special lineup … Continue reading »

Strip Club Sign Stirs Up Controversy

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A strip club sign raised some eyebrows Monday. Some neighbors say the wording of a playful St. Patty’s Day promo went too far and was inappropriate. As Springfield resident Steve Andreson drove by Spyce Gentleman’s Club Monday morning he did a double take. “It’s not appropriate, it’s a real kind of negative … Continue reading »

Gillette Closing Arguments Postponed

EUGENE, Ore. — Closing arguments have been postponed to Tuesday in the Johan Gillette double murder trial. Lawyers from both sides are still arguing over instructions that are to be given to the jury before they’re given the case. Johan’s accused of killing his father and his dad, James Gillette, and his dad’s domestic partner, … Continue reading »

County to Discuss Pot Dispensaries

EUGENE, Ore. — On Tuesday, the Lane County Board of Commissioners is set to address the issue of whether or not to ban medical marijuana dispensaries in Lane County. This comes after the Oregon Legislature passed a bill during its last session. The Lane County Board of Commissioners will take up an ordinance for the unincorporated regions … Continue reading »

Eugene Marathon Looks for Volunteers

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Marathon is still more than four months away, but organizers are already looking to round up some volunteers to keep things running as smoothly as possible. The Eugene Half and Full Marathon is July 27th this year. The health and fitness expo opens at Matthew Knight Arena on July 25th. … Continue reading »

Mall Manager Talks About Deadly Shooting

EUGENE, Ore. — The general manager of Clackamas Town Center is talking about the lessons learned in the deadly attack and what the community can do to prevent similar tragedies. On Wednesday, the Lane Preparedness Full Coalition hosted a meeting at the downtown Eugene Library. Dennis Curtis talked about what happened at the mall on … Continue reading »

State Rests Rebuttal in Gillette Case

EUGENE, Ore. — The state rested its rebuttal Wednesday in the Johan Gillette double murder trial. Closing arguments in the case are now set for Friday. Three witnesses were called back to the stand in the state’s rebuttal, including Oregon State Forensic Scientist Traci Rose and Deputy State Medical Examiner Daniel Davis. The prosecution questioned … Continue reading »

Defense Rests Case in Gillette Trial

EUGENE, Ore. — The defense has rested its case in the Johan Gillette double murder trial. On Tuesday, former co-workers of James Gillette, who worked as a Eugene firefighter, took the stand along with an ex-girlfriend and his ex-wife. The first of the last witnesses called to the stand were former colleagues of James Gillette. … Continue reading »

Adjusting to the Hour Change

EUGENE, Ore. — Tough time getting out of bed this morning? Feeling sluggish? You’re not alone. Doctors say it can be tough to adjust to the Daylight Saving Time change. Dr. Holly Jo Hodges at Trillium says pushing our clocks forward even one hour can leave you feeling a little groggy. She says there are … Continue reading »

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