Stacey Kafka

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

Latest posts

  1. Local Wine Grape Harvest Begins — September 22, 2014
  2. Marchers Push for Climate Change Action — September 21, 2014
  3. 90th Birthday Party — September 17, 2014
  4. H&M Recycles Unwanted Used Clothing — September 17, 2014
  5. Eugene Baby Gets Bone Marrow Transplant — September 16, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Girl Accuses Store of Discrimination — 37 comments
  2. Armed Woman Stops Burglary — 28 comments
  3. Police Officer Shoots Dog — 26 comments
  4. Moms Rally for Gun Control — 26 comments
  5. SLEEPS Protesters Expanding Campsites — 13 comments

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Local Wine Grape Harvest Begins

EUGENE, Ore. — Local wineries are expecting a great year ahead, as workers begin harvesting this year’s grapes. Sarver Winery says the hot summer weather produced a great crop this year. During Monday’s overcast morning, workers at Sarver Winery at Elhanan Vineyard were busy removing muscat grapes from the vine. This year, these grapes, along … Continue reading »

Marchers Push for Climate Change Action

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene was just one city participating in a worldwide call to action, pushing to combat climate change. Hundreds of people packed into the Free Speech Plaza Sunday to raise awareness about climate change. “We need to work to stabilize the climate to a level that we can mitigate some of the worst … Continue reading »

90th Birthday Party

EUGENE, Ore. –A special surprise for a Eugene woman who’s spent decades helping others. Martha Tippetts isn’t your average 90-year-old, between her presidency at the Willamette Oaks Residence Association and the Caregivers Support Group she runs, she goes above and beyond to help others. Her support group put together a party, full of surprises Wednesday. … Continue reading »

H&M Recycles Unwanted Used Clothing

EUGENE, Ore. — Shoppers in Eugene now have a new place to get rid of their unwanted used clothing. H&M, which opened last week in Valley River Center, has a worldwide recycling program. The retailer says customers can bring in any unwanted clothing regardless of the condition. It uses the recycled garments to make some … Continue reading »

Eugene Baby Gets Bone Marrow Transplant

PORTLAND, Ore. — A Eugene baby is one step closer to coming home after receiving a bone marrow transplant in Portland. Monday night, 4-month-old Kai Knight, received a bone marrow transplant at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, and Tuesday morning, just hours later, he was all smiles. Kai has an immunodeficiency syndrome called SCID, so he needed … Continue reading »

Springfield Conducts Smoke Test

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Don’t be alarmed if you see smoke in Springfield the next couple of days. The city is testing wastewater lines in the Harlow Road area. On Wednesday, crews were out in the neighborhood right behind the Dari Mart near Gateway Mall. During the test, crews force smoke into the pipes, and then … Continue reading »

EPD Arrests New York Fugitive

EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene man is in jail, thousands of miles from where he’s accused of committing a crime. The Eugene Police Department says it arrested a fugitive Sunday night, accused of multiple dangerous crimes in New York, after getting an anonymous tip. Four years ago, police say Jahson Marryshow robbed a Bank of … Continue reading »

Chuck E. Cheese Closes in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — You’ll have to head to Salem if you want to take the kids to Chuck E. Cheese. The arcade at the Gateway Mall in Springfield shut its doors this weekend. The signs were taken down from outside the mall Monday afternoon, and employees were removing the equipment from the arcade. Our calls … Continue reading »

Shoppers Camp Out for H&M Grand Opening

EUGENE, Ore. — H&M is now open at Valley River Center, and some shoppers camped out to make sure they were first in line for the grand opening. The first person got to the mall at 9 p.m. Tuesday night and slept on the sidewalk before the mall opened. Shoppers say they wanted the experience … Continue reading »

Wildfires Cost ODF Millions This Year

COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. — Fire season is far from over, and already the Oregon Department of Forestry says it has spent more than $33 million in the fire fight. The major costs come from paying firefighters, as well as helicopter and airplane fees, which prove to be an important part of stopping fires from spreading. … Continue reading »

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