Stacey Kafka

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

Latest posts

  1. Heeran Center’s License Suspended — March 4, 2015
  2. CDC Researching at UO Vacine Clinic — March 3, 2015
  3. Dog Quarantined After Attack in Veneta — March 2, 2015
  4. UO Vaccination Clinics Begin Monday — March 1, 2015
  5. Concern In Veneta Following Dog Attack — March 1, 2015

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. Police Officer Shoots Dog — 26 comments
  5. Dog Neglect & Theft Investigation — 24 comments

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Heeran Center’s License Suspended

EUGENE, Ore. — A mental health treatment facility in Eugene has been shut down on short notice, forcing patients to find another place to go. The Oregon Health Authority suspended the Heeran Center’s license citing health and safety concerns. The OHA shut down the facility on Coburg Road Monday night. The OHA says it’s their … Continue reading »

CDC Researching at UO Vacine Clinic

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon says it’s working to spread the word about this week’s mass immunization clinics through social media and word of mouth with students. UO officials say they’re working to make sure cost isn’t deterring anyone from getting immunized. Last week, the CDC recommended this vaccine be used in outbreak … Continue reading »

Dog Quarantined After Attack in Veneta

VENETA, Ore. — The city of Veneta says a pitbull involved in an attack Friday is currently quarantined in its home for the next ten days. The city says it issued citations to the owner, for dog at large and for an unlicensed dog. Sheri Ascariz says she was walking her dog, Hachi, in the … Continue reading »

UO Vaccination Clinics Begin Monday

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon is preparing for the mass vaccination clinics that start Monday. So far nearly 3,000 students have received the vaccine. The mass clinics are a partnership between Lane County Public Health and the University of Oregon. Students will be able to get the vaccine and bill their insurance directly … Continue reading »

Concern In Veneta Following Dog Attack

VENETA, Ore. — Members of a Veneta community are concerned about a dog living in their neighborhood, after they say it attacked a woman and her dog Friday. Sheri Ascariz says she was walking her dog, Hachi Friday when a pitbull ran out of its yard and allegedly attacked them, completely unprovoked. She says her … Continue reading »

Dozens Compete in Pinball Tournament

EUGENE, Ore. — Pinball professionals playing for points at a Eugene arcade. Organizers at Blairally Arcade are expecting around 30 to 50 pinball players to square off. The tournament is open to anyone, so professionals are playing right alongside amateurs. ¬†Organizers say the event draws people from all over Oregon and beyond. “I would say … Continue reading »

Eugene Hearing & Speech Center Closes

EUGENE, Ore. — An unexpected closure is catching the Eugene community off guard. The Eugene Hearing and Speech Center shut its doors Friday and laid off more than a dozen employees. Executive Director John Baumann says the center’s had some financial trouble for quite a while, but just in the last few weeks found out … Continue reading »

Father Discusses Son’s Struggles

PLEASANT HILL, Ore. — Ron Spooner says a very private struggle his family has been dealing with for years became very public Tuesday morning when his son got in an altercation, drove erratically down the highway ramming cars, and led troopers on a pursuit. Spooner says his son Ryan was diagnosed with bipolar disorder when … Continue reading »

Willamette High Science Wing Demolition

EUGENE, Ore. — The final walls of the old Willamette High School science wing are coming down. This is the second phase of the construction project. The district built the new science wing before demolishing this part of the building, so they didn’t have to rent temporary classrooms. “This is part of the bond measure … Continue reading »

1,000 Students Get Meningitis Vaccine

EUGENE, Ore. — A long line of students waited at the clinic set up at Matthew Knight Arena Tuesday to get their meningitis vaccine. The University is recommending every undergraduate student, regardless of age get the vaccine. So far around 1,000 students received the vaccine. For those without insurance, the vaccination will cost around $170, … Continue reading »

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