Sarah Hurwitz

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Name: Sarah Hurwitz
Date registered: March 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Final Day of Hospital Workers Strike — October 30, 2014
  2. Glenwood Redevelopment Talks Continue — October 27, 2014
  3. Police Searching for Missing Man — October 24, 2014
  4. Former Coach Arrested on Sex Charges — October 24, 2014
  5. Drive-by Shooter Arrested — October 23, 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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Fans React to Third NFL Arrest

EUGENE, Ore. — For the third time in a week an NFL player is in the headlines for domestic abuse or assault allegations. Police arrested Arizona’s Jonathan Dwyer on aggravated assault charges. Dwyer’s arrest comes less than 24 hours after Vikings star Adrian Peterson was placed on the Exempt/Commissioner’s Permission List. That means he won’t … Continue reading »

Bike and Trailer Stolen from Dad

EUGENE, Ore. — A man is hoping to get his 9-month-old daughter’s toys back after thieves stole his bike and child trailer. Steven Mara says he put up a sign outside his apartment complex showing thieves what they stole didn’t just have monetary value. They were toys that meant something to his daughter Indika. Mara … Continue reading »

Deadly Crash on Highway 126

NEAR WALTON, Ore. — A fiery crash on Highway 126 turns deadly. The crash happened at about 6 p.m. Tuesday night about two miles east of Walton. Oregon State Police say they’re still piecing together what caused the crash. As of about 8 p.m. Tuesday evening, officers were still on scene investigating. Several police cars … Continue reading »

Non-Profit Teaches Self Defense

EUGENE, Ore. — A local non profit is teaching women and other high-risk groups how to defend themselves. The Warrior Sisters Society formed about a year ago. It’s a non-profit dedicated to teaching free self defense classes to women, children and the elderly. Co-founders Samantha Krop and Rachel Ivey are self-taught experts, showing kids a … Continue reading »

GMO Labeling Debate Hits Close to Home

EUGENE, Ore. — The national debate over labeling genetically engineered foods is hitting close to home. One of the nation’s top safety food experts made a stop in Eugene¬†Wednesday. Consumer Reports Senior Scientist Michael Hansen spent time at Johnson Vegetable Farms to advocate for Measure 92. If passed, it would require the labeling of all … Continue reading »

Grant to Help Former Mill Employees

EUGENE, Ore. — Bank of America is providing help for the hundreds of people who lost their jobs after a Springfield plywood plant burned down in July. Tuesday Bank of America presented a $10,000 grant to the Lane Workforce Partnership. The donation will help the former workers with skill development and workforce training to hopefully … Continue reading »

ShelterCare Respite Services Ending

EUGENE, Ore. — A mental health program that’s been around for years is set to close. Next week ShelterCare’s Royal Avenue respite services will end due to cuts in state and county general funding. This is a devastating blow for people who stayed at Royal Avenue Shelter and employees who’ve been with the mental health … Continue reading »

Fire Burns Near Highway 38

NEAR ELKTON, Ore. — A close call for fire crews Monday night as they worked to put out a brush fire near Highway 38. It broke out at about 2:45 p.m. off of Highway 38 between Drain and Elkton. The Douglas Forest Protective Association says it burned between 15 and 20 acres, getting dangerously close … Continue reading »

Council Halts City Hall Deconstruction

EUGENE, Ore. — Just days into the reconstruction of Eugene’s City Hall the Eugene City Council votes to halt the process. The move comes after city leaders had begun to take down pieces of the old City Hall last week. Monday night’s decision by the council was made so essentially everyone could be on the … Continue reading »

Painting the Town Purple for Alzheimer’s

EUGENE, Ore. — If you’re heading downtown for the First Friday Art Walk on Sept. 5, you might notice an abundance of purple. It’s called Painting the Town Purple, an event raising awareness of Alzheimer’s. Nearly 40 businesses have purple balloons outside their storefronts. They’ll be selling special purple retail items, drinks, and food with … Continue reading »

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