Oregon Gubernatorial Debate on KEZI 9

EUGENE, Ore — Watch a rebroadcast of the Oregon Gubernatorial Debate Sunday, Sept. 28 at 10 a.m. on KEZI 9 News. Governor John Kitzhaber faces Republican challenger State Rep. Dennis Richardson. The candidates met Friday, Sept. 26, in Sunriver at a forum sponsored by the Oregon Association of Broadcasters. It is the second debate of … Continue reading »

Honoring Scotland’s Independence Vote

EUGENE, Ore. — Groups in Eugene gathered Thursday night to celebrate the Scottish culture and in honor of the county’s independence vote. They met at the Pint Pub to play bagpipes and anticipate the outcome of the vote. Eric Albert was a part of that group and he has family from Scotland. He’s grown up … Continue reading »

Pleasant Hill $17.995M School Bond

PLEASANT HILL, Ore. — The Pleasant Hill School District is hoping voters will pass a multi-million dollar bond measure Tuesday night. The money would be used to upgrade the school buildings, school security and technology. Members of the Pleasant Hill School Board say improvements haven’t been made to the districts high school and elementary school … Continue reading »

Ballots Due May 20

EUGENE, Ore. — The May Primary Election is Tuesday, but the number of ballots returned is only a fraction of Lane County residents. Out of 201,375 registered voters, about 42,000 have casted their votes; that’s about 21-percent of all registered voters. The Lane County elections office is hoping at least another 10,000 come in Tuesday. … Continue reading »

Voter Registration Deadline Tuesday

EUGENE, Ore. – Voters have one more day to register for the primary elections. The primaries are on May 20, but the registration deadline is Tuesday, April 29. Residents have until 4 p.m. to submit a paper form to the Lane County Elections Board. Voters can also submit the form online at oregonvotes.org by midnight … Continue reading »

Last Day to Register to Vote

EUGENE, Ore. – Tuesday is the last day to register to vote in Lane County’s November 5 special election. Voters who live in the Springfield or Junction City school districts, or the River Road Park and Recreation District are eligible to vote. Measures in the school districts will ask voters to approve bond measures to … Continue reading »

Voter Registration Deadline Nears

LANE COUNTY, Ore. – The deadline nears for voter registration in the upcoming special elections in Lane County. Voters must register by October 15. On October 18, in-state ballots will be mailed out and official drop sites will be open. For more information on the measures in Lane County or to register, click here.   … Continue reading »

Corvallis Seeks Property Tax Increase

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Two issues will appear on the November ballot for this year’s special election. The first seeks approval of an 11-acre annexation into the city. The site is north of Nash Avenue between southwest 49th and 53rd streets. Also at issue is a five-year increase in the property tax rate. If approved the … Continue reading »

Election Features Springfield Measure

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. – On the November 5 ballot is a $62.5 million school bond in Springfield. If approved, much of the money would be used to replace Hamlin Middle School, which was built in 1957. Other improvements include upgraded technology infrastructure, improvements to heating equipment, better handicap access and more security. If the bond is … Continue reading »

Council Sends Levy to Ballot

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Voters will have the option of voting for a property tax levy on the November ballot. The Corvallis City Council voted to send the levy to the ballot Monday night. Corvallis Mayor Julie Manning says the council approved a recommendation for an 81 cent, five year local option levy for $1,000 of … Continue reading »

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