Old Civic Stadium Faces New Options

EUGENE, Ore. — The future of Eugene’s Civic Stadium is getting an extension. Any hopeful owners now have until January 16 to put in bids to the City of Eugene. When the 4J School District approved the city’s bid for the stadium, it was conditional. The city needed to find a partner with at least $3 … Continue reading »

4J Sets Land Aside for New YMCA

EUGENE, Ore. — While we don’t know the exact details of what a new Roosevelt Middle School may look like, it may be sitting right next to a new YMCA. The 4J School Board approved a motion Wednesday night to set aside up to seven acres for Eugene Family YMCA to eventually buy. Design plans of what … Continue reading »

Young Chefs Compete for Best Sandwich

EUGENE, Ore. — Young chefs from across the Eugene School District faced off in a culinary competition on Saturday. Students submitted recipes for different sandwiches and the top competitors from that round headed to a cook-off at Sheldon High School. They prepared samples and presented them to a panel of judges to taste.  

Board to Select Civic Stadium Buyer

EUGENE, Ore. — It’s been years in the making, and Wednesday a buyer may finally be selected for Civic Stadium. The stadium has been vacant ever since the Eugene Emeralds baseball team decided to relocate for the 2010 season. Wednesday, the Eugene school board may finally select an offer. There are three bids: from the … Continue reading »

Students Explore Digital Learning

EUGENE, Ore. — Wednesday is National Digital Learning Day, and Eugene students are inviting the public to see how they’re integrating technology in the classroom. At Holt Elementary School, hearing impaired second graders created their own e-book for the iPad. It’s just one of the ways students will shine a spotlight on technology in the … Continue reading »