Sarah Hurwitz

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Name: Sarah Hurwitz
Date registered: March 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. World Junior Championships Kick Off — July 22, 2014
  2. Community Debates Sick Leave Ordinance — July 21, 2014
  3. Fire Breaks Out at Mt. Pisgah — July 18, 2014
  4. Employees React to Mill Fire — July 18, 2014
  5. High Obesity Rates in Lane County — July 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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Volunteers Dig in to Keep Pisgah Pretty

EUGENE, Ore. — Volunteers with the Friends of Buford Park Native Plant Nursery are dedicated to upkeep of the park. Each year the group spends time planting native species all over Mt. Pisgah, so the mountain can continue to flourish for years to come. Watch the full story to learn more about the group and … Continue reading »

Football Clinic Caters to Women

EUGENE, Ore. — Hundreds of women took the practice field Thursday night to learn all about touchdowns, tackling and timeouts — and they really got into it. About 400 women showed up for the annual University of Oregon Women’s Football Clinic. Coaches ran through drills for each position showing the groups where to stand and … Continue reading »

City and County Consider Land Swap

EUGENE, Ore. — The City of Eugene and Lane County are considering partnering together in a land swap that could give the farmers market a permanent year-round site. Organizers with the Lane County Farmers Market say it’s grown over the years, and has used all of its space in the park blocks. Farmers are asking for more … Continue reading »

Community Looks to Save Aging Schools

YONCALLA, Ore. — A major decision is in front of a Douglas County school board, one that could determine the fate of the district. The Yoncalla community came together Monday night to learn what can be done to save the district’s two aging schools. The school board will need to decide quickly if they want … Continue reading »

Prefontaine Classic Opens

EUGENE, Ore. — Day one of the Prefontaine Classic got underway Friday evening at historic Hayward Field. Fans say they wouldn’t miss the annual meet that shows off the best of the best track athletes from around the world. A number of people we spoke with said this isn’t their first time at the 40th … Continue reading »

Friend Remembers Maya Angelou

EUGENE, Ore. — A day after the world lost a legendary author, poet and civil rights voice local friends of Maya Angelou are reflecting on the legacy she leaves behind. Dr. Edwin Coleman is a retired UO professor and good friend of Angelou’s. Dr. Coleman says in 1956 he and Angelou became good friends after … Continue reading »

Businesses React to Willamette St. Plan

EUGENE, Ore. — Local business owners on South Willamette street are reacting to the Eugene City Council’s decision Tuesday night to re-stripe the busy street. Mayor Kitty Piercy broke Tuesday night’s tie — a vote that will change the face of South Willamette Street. Local business owners have mixed reviews. Some say it will make … Continue reading »

City Approves Willamette St. Test Run

EUGENE, Ore. — The face of South Willamette Street will soon be changing. At Tuesday’s work session, councilors approved a test run proposal to re-stripe South Willamette between 24th and 32nd avenues. Right now the street has four lanes, two lanes going in each direction. During the test run, the street will change to three lanes, … Continue reading »

Heated Debate Over Kesey Square Ban

EUGENE, Ore. — Kesey Square may soon be off limits for part of the night. The City of Eugene is considering an overnight ban that would restrict people from the popular hangout spot and the community is speaking up about it. Public comment was heated at the public hearing Tuesday night. Some local business owners … Continue reading »

WWII Veteran Remembers Time Served

EUGENE, Ore. — One of the oldest veterans on the South Willamette Valley Honor Flight — a trip that gives veterans the opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. — is reflecting on what it was like to serve during World War II. 97 year-old Ann Malarsie returned from Washington D.C. last week. She enlisted in … Continue reading »

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