Stacey Kafka

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Name: Stacey Kafka
Date registered: January 7, 2013
URL: http://kezi.com

Latest posts

  1. Transient Man Faces Murder Charges — July 23, 2014
  2. Two Bodies Found After Creswell Fire — July 22, 2014
  3. Service Dog Complaint Heads to Court — July 22, 2014
  4. County Passes Sick Leave Ordinances — July 21, 2014
  5. Sick Leave Ordinance Up for Debate — July 20, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Girl Accuses Store of Discrimination — 37 comments
  2. Armed Woman Stops Burglary — 28 comments
  3. Moms Rally for Gun Control — 26 comments
  4. Former SPD Chief’s Alleged Scandal — 13 comments
  5. SLEEPS Protesters Expanding Campsites — 13 comments

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Transient Man Faces Murder Charges

CRESWELL, Ore. — What started out as a fire investigation in Creswell last week turned into a death investigation this week after the Lane County Sheriff’s Office confirmed it found two bodies in the fire. Now, a transient man who knew both men is in jail facing charges of murder and arson. People who knew … Continue reading »

Two Bodies Found After Creswell Fire

CRESWELL, Ore. — The Lane County Sheriff’s Office found two bodies in the rubble from a fire that burned down a home in Creswell last Wednesday. The two men who lived in the home, Dennis Kelley and Carl McFarland were reported missing, and haven’t been seen since the fire broke out. But, deputies said they’re … Continue reading »

Service Dog Complaint Heads to Court

EUGENE, Ore. — A woman who said she was discriminated against because of her service dog appeared in court Tuesday. The Bureau of Labor and Industries began hearing the case against the Duck Stop Market. Two judges heard opening arguments and testimony from the complainant in this case Tuesday from Michel Hilt Hayden’s attorney along … Continue reading »

County Passes Sick Leave Ordinances

EUGENE, Ore. — The city of Eugene will take public comment Monday night on a proposal that would require paid sick leave for workers. Lane County took action Monday morning with three new ordinances. Monday morning dozens of business owners and union members packed into Harris Hall to voice their opinions to commissioners about the … Continue reading »

Sick Leave Ordinance Up for Debate

EUGENE, Ore. — On Monday, the topic of mandatory sick leave will be up for discussion. The Eugene City Council is scheduled to listen to public comment on a sick leave ordinance Monday night, but the Lane County board is holding an emergency meeting that morning in hopes of halting the decision. The board believes … Continue reading »

Swimmers React to Fish Die-Off

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — An advisory to keep people out of the Willamette River from Island Park in Springfield to Alton Baker Park in Eugene has some swimmers and fishermen finding a different place to go. But, others said they’ll still be going in the river despite this advisory. Many people out at the Willamette River … Continue reading »

Civic Stadium Deadline Extended

EUGENE, Ore. — The deadline to save Civic Stadium has been extended until December. The Eugene City Council is giving Friends of Civic Stadium three more months to raise money to buy the historic ballpark. Friends of Civic Stadium say they’re excited about the fundraising deadline extension until December because it gives them extra time … Continue reading »

Local Groups React to Hate Crime

EUGENE, Ore. — A hate crime near the University of Oregon campus that could be targeted at a Jewish fraternity is causing outrage throughout the community. Fraternity brothers living in the Alpha Epsilon Pi house near the UO campus are outraged, after finding swastikas painted on a mailbox down the street from their house. “This … Continue reading »

Controversy Over Multi-Use Path

FLORENCE, Ore. — There’s a controversy in Florence over a proposal to build a multi-use bike and pedestrian path along Rhododendron Drive. People living in the Greentrees subdivision say building the path would destroy hundreds or even thousands of Rhododendron plants along the scenic road. But the city of Florence says this path is necessary … Continue reading »

Willamalane Hosts World Cup Watch Party

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The World Cup truly lived up to its name. The game captured the world’s attention including in Springfield. Sunday was the first time Willamalane hosted a watch party for the World Cup. About fifty people decked out in their best soccer gear watched the game on a big screen projector at Willamalane. … Continue reading »

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