Sarah Hurwitz

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Name: Sarah Hurwitz
Date registered: March 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. UO Works to Vaccinate Students — March 2, 2015
  2. Boy Donates Money for Civic Stadium — February 27, 2015
  3. Mapleton: From Wreck to Recovery — February 25, 2015
  4. Council Approves Sale of Civic Stadium — February 18, 2015
  5. Police Searching for Missing Man — February 18, 2015

Most commented posts

  1. Custody Dispute Caught on Camera — 34 comments
  2. Football Player Faces Harassment Charges — 25 comments
  3. Local Groups React to Ferguson Decision — 13 comments
  4. Victim Details Apparent Pick Ax Attack — 12 comments
  5. Homeless Campers Cited — 10 comments

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Ducks Fly to Texas

EUGENE, Ore. — The Ducks boarded a plane at the Eugene airport Friday morning to head off to the National Championship in Arlington, Texas. They arrived in a caravan of three buses. Some of the players took out cameras and cell phones to document their experience as they boarded the plane. And even some dedicated … Continue reading »

Father, Daughter Facing Incest Charges

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — An Oregon father and daughter are facing incest charges and Springfield Police say they have two children together. Detectives say they discovered the relationship, while investigating another case in the spring. Officers say it isn’t clear when the consensual relationship started between 49-year-old Eric Gates and his biological daughter, 25-year-old Chalena Moody. … Continue reading »

Eugene: State of the City Address

EUGENE, Ore. — There wasn’t an empty seat at the Hult Center Wednesday night as Mayor Kitty Piercy delivered Eugene’s State of the City Address. But before she took the podium, Councilor Chris Pryor had a special announcement. “Go Ducks,” said Pryor. Eugene tipped their hats to the Ducks, a triumphant start to a night … Continue reading »

Springfield: State of the City Address

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A number of people walked through the doors of the Richard E. Wildish Community Theater Tuesday night to hear Mayor Christine Lundberg talk about Springfield’s strengths and weaknesses. Investments in the city’s development took center stage. Delivering her speech Lundberg first walked across the stage and flipped the switch of an actual … Continue reading »

State of the County Address

EUGENE, Ore. — The economy, public safety and hiring a new county administrator were just some of the points Lane County Commissioner Pat Farr touched on Monday night in the State of the County Address. While he highlighted last year’s strengths and weaknesses, the focus was on 2015. The night started with a look at … Continue reading »

Bike Trails Showcased in Magazine

EUGENE, Ore. — Lane County’s bike trails are taking center stage in a 10-page feature spread in a popular magazine. Each year Bike Magazine releases its “Bible of Bike Test,” an issue dedicated to showcasing the best biking in the country. Bike Magazine staff spent 170 hours riding trails around Oakridge, the McKenzie River and … Continue reading »

Flights to National Championship Limited

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Travel agencies say flights to Dallas for the National Championship game are filling up fast. Premier Travel in Springfield is swamped with calls with more than 40 just Friday morning. They say travel packages are right around $2,200 and that doesn’t include game tickets. They also say commercial flights are limited. “People … Continue reading »

New Rose Bowl Gear Ready for Fans

EUGENE, Ore. — Duck fans are already looking to get their hands on new gear after the big Rose Bowl win. McKenzie SewOn employees were at it early Friday morning getting in at 4 a.m. to start printing sweatshirts and other gear to commemorate the win, as well as items for the National Championship. They … Continue reading »

Dangerous Corner, Family Wants Change

EUGENE, Ore. — A dangerous intersection in Eugene has a couple asking for change. The Johnsons say crashes have been a problem for several years right outside their home at the intersection of Frigon Avenue and Adelman Loop. They want to prove to the city that something needs to be done. They’ve installed surveillance cameras … Continue reading »

Truck Driver Investigated for DUII

CEDAR FLAT, Ore. — After a semi-truck crashed on Highway 126 Tuesday afternoon, we’re now learning the driver is under investigation for DUII. Oregon State Police says 45-year-old Ray Lewis’ blood alcohol content level (BAC) was a 0.29, nearly four times the legal limit. OSP says he denied drinking, saying he hadn’t had alcohol in … Continue reading »

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