Stacey Kafka

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Name: Stacey Kafka
Date registered: January 7, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Gas Prices Near $3 Per Gallon — October 20, 2014
  2. EPA Tests Soil in West Eugene — October 19, 2014
  3. Volunteers Canvas for School Bond — October 19, 2014
  4. Dozens Rally Against Hateful Flyers — October 18, 2014
  5. UO Launches $2 Billion Campaign — October 18, 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. Police Officer Shoots Dog — 26 comments
  5. Former SPD Chief’s Alleged Scandal — 13 comments

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Burn Causes Smoky Conditions

EUGENE, Ore. — The Army Corps of Engineers burned 80 acres of land near Fern Ridge Reservoir Thursday to help some endangered species. The Army Corps says two species, including the Willamette Valley daisy and an endangered type of carrot live in the area. Crews say without these burns, trees and other plants threaten the … Continue reading »

Willamette Family Offers Support

EUGENE, Ore. — The Willamette Family Center is one of the nonprofits receiving money from this year’s Great Rotary Duck Race. The center offers inpatient and outpatient services for people dealing with addictions. One man, who’s been through the program says it was the parenting classes, which helped turn his life around. For Chris Carlisle … Continue reading »

Albertsons Security Breach

EUGENE, Ore. — Albertsons is alerting shoppers of a security breach that could’ve compromised credit and debit cards across the country, including its stores in Oregon. Albertsons says account numbers, expiration dates, and even cardholders names might’ve been breached between the August 27 and September 21. This is the latest in a number of security … Continue reading »

ShelterCare Announces New Campaign

EUGENE, Ore. — ShelterCare is announcing a new campaign to help fight homelessness. During the month of October, it hopes to raise $62,000. Some corporate sponsors will match all donations raised this month. This money will be used to help keep people in housing, get back into housing if they’ve recently become homeless, or become financially … Continue reading »

Wildlife Safari Zoobilee

WINSTON, Ore. — Halloween is right around the corner and the Wildlife Safari is getting ready for its annual Zoobilee. Besides getting to check out the safari’s newest additions, including two marmosets, visitors can play games, visit different booths, and even see some special Halloween themed shows. “It’s called Dr. Frankenstein and the Superspecies Serum. … Continue reading »

Two Non-Profits Receive Major Donations

ROSEBURG, Ore. — Two Douglas County non-profits are planning to expand after a major donation from Umpqua Bank Monday. The Family Development Center and Start Making a Reader Today are receiving more than $400,000 in grants from Umpqua Bank. The bank’s CEO announced two major grants that’ll help kids programs in Douglas County. The Family … Continue reading »

World’s Shortest Bike Race

EUGENE, Ore. — Cyclists raced head to head Sunday in downtown Eugene, but this wasn’t your typical bike race. Falling Sky Brewery is calling it the world’s shortest bike race. Around 100 cyclists raced in multiple heats, the distance only 13.1 feet. Kids and adults, on all sorts of bikes including unicycles peddled quickly on … Continue reading »

Problem Gamblers Awareness Day

EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene woman is spreading the word about gambling addiction across the state. It’s something she does every year around this time. Monday is the 19th time Ronda Hatefi will put on an annual event called Problem Gambler’s Awareness Day. Hateffi is the founder of Oregonians for Gamblers Awareness, a non-profit she … Continue reading »

Students Move into UO Dorms

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon campus was bustling with activity Thursday, as the newest Ducks moved into the dorms. It was all part of unpack the quack. Thousands of new students hauled in boxes packed with clothes, bedding, fridges, TVs and more. Student volunteers and school staff were there to help students move … Continue reading »

Council Votes to Knock Down City Hall

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene City Council is one step closer to finalizing plans for rebuilding city hall. The council decided Wednesday that it will knock down city hall to build a new city hall on the same piece of land. The council voted on four different questions, all solidifying the plan the council already … Continue reading »

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