A View into Oregon’s Rich History

EUGENE, Ore. — A celebration of the past this weekend, at the 22nd annual Frontier Heritage Festival. Oregon’s rich history of mountain men and Native American life was on display as vendors and traveling museum exhibits came together at the Lane County Fair Grounds. The event is sponsored by the Fort Umpqua Muzzleloaders, A Springfield … Continue reading »

Chambers Gives Historical Donation to UO

EUGENE, Ore. — Roughly 50 years of historical moments, breaking news, broadcasts, and sporting events, captured by KEZI journalists have all been boxed at Chambers Communications and handed over to the University of Oregon. “You can’t really put a monetary value on collections like this. They have deep cultural, historical value,” said James Fox, UO … Continue reading »

Historic Home Tour in South Eugene

EUGENE, Ore. — A first is happening in Eugene this weekend. The Historic Preservation League of Oregon is hosting a harvest home tour. Judy Mustoe is sharing her South University neighborhood home this weekend. She’s a designer by trade and she’s lovingly preserved a home designed in 1926. It’s English arts and crafts style. “Arts … Continue reading »

Historic Eugene Homes Open for Tours

EUGENE, Ore. — This weekend you can step back in time in the city’s South University Neighborhood. Some South University neighbors will open their homes for public tours for people to learn about their homes’ history. The Historic Preservation League of Oregon will host the Harvest Home Tour, featuring tours inside eight homes, including the … Continue reading »

Eugene Launches Interactive Map

EUGENE, Ore. — If you’re racking your brain on how to entertain guests coming into town, the city of Eugene may be able to help out. The city just launched an interactive map of historic structures and locations. Civic Stadium, originally built in 1938, was added to the National Register of Historic Places about four … Continue reading »