Post-Christmas Travel Steady at Airport

EUGENE, Ore. — Airport traffic died down a little, but passenger flow is still steady in Eugene as travelers go to and from Christmas destinations. The Eugene Airport was about as busy Wednesday as it was Christmas Eve, and luckily only a few delays flashed on the screens, keeping commuters in good spirits. Many were … Continue reading »

Holiday Travelers Welcomed at Airport

EUGENE, Ore. — On Christmas Eve at the airport, the depart is the easy part.  The hard part is all the possible scenarios between take-off and landing that could threaten happy holiday arrivals. “In San Francisco, his flight got cancelled so he had to spend the night,” said one traveler’s mom. “We actually flew to … Continue reading »

Folks Shop at Holiday Market’s Last Days

EUGENE, Ore. — On Sunday in Eugene, people weren’t just counting down the days until Christmas. Down at the Lane County Fairgrounds, they were also taking note of the last days of the Annual Holiday Market. From mini-bows to mini-clothes, from bath salts with lime to spoons turned to chimes, down at the Holiday Market, … Continue reading »

Highway 126 Opens, Easing Travel Plans

WALTON, Ore. — ODOT crews were able to clear Highway 126 on both sides for this Saturday travel day, but signs indicate that drivers should still be careful as this is an active slide area.” It took crews all night, but right around 11 p-m on Friday, ODOT had cleared the landslide debris off the … Continue reading »

Holiday Shipping Deadlines Looming

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The clock is ticking to get your holiday gifts to your loved ones in time for Christmas morning. It’s too late to ship parcel post through the U.S. Postal Service, but you can still send gifts through first class, priority or express. If you want to get a present to someone serving … Continue reading »

Comparing Holiday Shipping Options

EUGENE, Ore. — The holiday shopping rush is now a mailing rush. But time is running out if you want to get your holiday cards and packages to their destination on time. First-class mail, which includes cards the deadline is Dec. 20. For packages, it’s sooner than that, which would explain the long line and … Continue reading »

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