Residents Avoiding Slick Roads

EUGENE, Ore. — The city is asking residents to avoid the slick roads if possible. Residents in Eugene say they’re happy to stay home and avoid the roads, especially those living in the south hills neighborhoods. Residents were outside walking and doing other snow related activities but they say that’s about all they’re going to … Continue reading »

Power Pole Snaps Overnight Due to Cold

EUGENE, Ore. —   EWEB crews worked to restore electricity Sunday morning after a power pole broke overnight in Eugene. It happened near the intersection of Coburg Road and Crescent Avenue.  An EWEB spokesperson says the pole broke at about 1:20 a.m. and knocked out power for 261 customers. “I think the anchor failed, due to the … Continue reading »

Many Not Enjoying Cold Temperatures

EUGENE, Ore. — There weren’t many cars out on the roads Saturday morning. Even the downtown bus stop that’s usually bustling with foot traffic looked more like a ghost town. For a small group waiting to catch a bus, everyone layered up to prepare for the cold. “I have two pairs of socks, good boots, … Continue reading »

Ice-Snow Emergency Declared

EUGENE, Ore.– Eugene Public Works has declared an ice-snow emergency effective immediately. During ice-snow emergencies, on street parking on priority transportation routes is banned. For a map of those streets, click here. Thursday night, crews de-iced roadways, and they are currently plowing and sanding. The leaf collection is temporarily suspended and Public Works anticipates being … Continue reading »

Crews Prepare Roads for Cold Weather

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Public Works crews are kind of playing the waiting game right now. They’re on stand by with sand trucks and plows if needed. But on Thursday, they were busy doing as much preparation as possible. Springfield Public Works crews worked on de-icing roads. They focused on hills, bridges and over passes, or … Continue reading »

Storm Leaves Slick Roads at Santiam Pass

NEAR SANTIAM PASS, Ore. — Chain restrictions were in place on and off throughout the day Saturday, but even when chains weren’t required, people still chained up because the roadway was completely covered in snow. As cars climbed up and over Santiam Pass, many pulled off the highway. Tire by tire, a group of musicians … Continue reading »

Ski Resort Excited for Fresh Snow

WILLAMETTE PASS — The warmer weather is behind us and mother nature made that clear with a nice blanket of snow on Willamette Pass Saturday night. Several inches have fallen this weekend and there’s still more forecasted to come. Even though the ski season hasn’t started yet, the Willamette Pass Ski Area was busy today. … Continue reading »

Ski Enthusiasts Swap Gear

EUGENE, Ore. — It hardly feels like winter outside, but perhaps this will help. It’s time for the 44th annual Eugene Ski Swap. On Thursday, ski and snowboard enthusiasts will begin dropping off goods at the Lane County Fairgrounds. The swap itself is Friday through Sunday. It’s a great way for families to score bargains … Continue reading »

Late-Season Snow Hits McKenzie Bridge

MCKENZIE BRIDGE, Ore. — It’s hard to believe temperatures in the 80s forced a lot of residents to turn on our air-conditioning just last week. Now, the snow is back. McKenzie Bridge got a dusting of snow by around noon Wednesday. “I’m never surprised when it snows here. Yeah, this is late,” said Florence resident … Continue reading »

Father, Son Found Safe near Mt. Bachelor

BEND, Ore. — A father and son were found safe near Mt. Bachelor after they were reported missing Monday. Deschutes County sheriff’s deputies say 40-year-old Eric Abney and his 13-year-old son left Sunday morning to go snowmobiling toward Mt. Bachelor. When they didn’t return, their family members called 911. Deputies found Abney’s vehicle and snowmobile … Continue reading »

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