Sarah Hurwitz

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Name: Sarah Hurwitz
Date registered: March 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Volunteer Firefighters Challenge Chief — July 31, 2014
  2. 77M Americans Have Debt in ‘Collections’ — July 29, 2014
  3. City Passes Sick Leave Ordinance — July 28, 2014
  4. Council to Vote on Sick Leave Ordinance — July 28, 2014
  5. Artist Paints with Bubbles — July 25, 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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Fireworks Spark City Debate

EUGENE, Ore. — As July 4th approaches, a community urges the Eugene City Council to make decisions on fireworks restrictions. Two public hearings Monday night aimed to tackle use of illegal fireworks, but the council likely won’t take action before the holiday. Those who testified this evening were frustrated over the growing problem of illegal … Continue reading »

Community Proposes Downtown Festival

EUGENE, Ore. — After organizers decided to cancel the Eugene Celebration this year, community members are stepping up to give the city of Eugene a chance to still have some fun. Organizers say Eugene deserves to showcase it’s unique artists, entertainers and local business. The organizers say a lot of people expressed disappointment following the … Continue reading »

Sheldon Grad Receives Special Gift

EUGENE, Ore — A Sheldon High School senior gets the gift of a lifetime, her dad watched her graduate from half a world away. It’s a proud moment for any parent and it only happens once on graduation day. There’s no place a parent would rather be, watching their child cross the stage. But for … Continue reading »

More Lane County Kids Immunized

EUGENE, Ore. — New numbers show more kids are being immunized in Lane County. Lane County Public Health leaders say the numbers are encouraging. Last year the county was ranked fourth worst for exemption rates, meaning more people were opting out of getting their shots. But this year, Lane County is up to tenth worst. … Continue reading »

Veteran Upset Over Health Care

CRESWELL, Ore. — It’s a growing problem among veterans nationwide: access to health care. For one Creswell veteran, he says his wait could be a matter of life or death. Veteran Glenn Trump says he’s been waiting to get into a drug and alcohol treatment program through the Roseburg VA. But this week he was … Continue reading »

Crews Return Home After Battling Fire

LEABURG, Ore. — After days on the fire lines crews from the Eugene and Springfield area are returning home. Firefighters say the Two Bulls Fire caught them off guard and it came early for wildfire season. But that doesn’t mean they weren’t prepared. Six rigs from Eugene-Springfield Fire, South Lane County Fire and Rescue, Coburg … Continue reading »

City Council Adopts Fiscal Year Budget

EUGENE, Ore. — After months and months of debate the Eugene City Council moved to adopt next year’s fiscal budget. This comes after the budget committee was faced with a challenge of trying to fill $2.5 million dollar shortfall. The proposed budget, recommended by the budget committee — cuts $1.9 million in city services. The … Continue reading »

Heated Debate Over Kesey Square Curfew

EUGENE, Ore. — The debate over the potential closure of Kesey Square was heated at times at Monday night’s public hearing. The closure as currently constructed would be from 11 p-m to 6 a-m. It would make it illegal to hang out in Kesey. Councilor Mike Clark argued Kesey should be classified as a park. … Continue reading »

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 »

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