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  • UO’s GTFF Considering a Strike

    EUGENE, Ore. — A video titled “Why Am I Ready to Strike?” was posted on the University of Oregon’s Graduate Teaching Fellows Federation website Friday morning. The GTFF says the video is in response to stilled negotiations with the administration regarding paid leave due to parental and medical hardship. The administration says they respect the … Continue reading »

  • Former Officer Takes Department to Court

    SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The City of Springfield appears ready to take on a former police officer in court as he challenges his termination. John Umenhofer lost his job earlier in the year. He’s claiming the department let him go because of his efforts to bring to light various acts of misconduct by staff. Both the … Continue reading »

  • Woman Arrested for Black Friday Theft

    CORVALLIS, Ore. — Police in Corvallis say a woman tried to take advantage of Black Friday, but she was focused more on the steals than the deals. Corvallis Police responded to Fred Meyer this morning, after reports of a theft. They say Jacqueline Day Underwood loaded a shopping cart with televisions, blue ray players, ps3 … Continue reading »

  • Warming Centers Open for Saturday

    EUGENE/SPRINGFIELD/COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. — The Egan Warming Centers will be open the night of Saturday, Nov. 29th. Volunteers are on standby for the night of Sunday, Nov. 30th and Monday, Dec. 1st. Sites activated for Saturday, Nov. 29th are as follows: 1. First Christian Church, 11th & Oak Eugene (shuttles to take guests to other … Continue reading »

  • MECCA Holds Create Something Day

    EUGENE, Ore. — There were alternatives for those Black Friday shoppers who wanted to avoid the major retailers. The Material Exchange Center for Community Arts (MECCA) hosted its Annual Create Something Day instead. The event is all about people making their own gifts. While it didn’t have the traditional deals to draw people in, organizers … Continue reading »

  • Shoppers Crowd Plaza for Black Friday

    EUGENE, Ore. — Black Friday is one of the most popular shopping days of the year and local businesses in Eugene had the crowds to prove it. The Oakway Center Plaza just off Coburg road was a busy stop for folks looking for a deal to steal. For many shoppers there, this wasn’t the first … Continue reading »

  • People Protest Black Friday

    EUGENE, Ore. — Black Friday is officially here and though many got their holiday shopping started early Thursday night, there was a whole other crowd out there Friday in protest. Despite the soggy conditions that afternoon, about two dozen people stood outside of the West 11th Walmart. They were protesting on behalf of workers who … Continue reading »

  • Black Friday At Cabela’s

    SPRINGFIELD, Ore.– Black Friday was in full swing when doors opened at Cabela’s in Springfield. At 5am on Friday, more than 800 shoppers made their way through the doors to get their hands on all the┬ádeals! Many of them have been camping out since Thursday afternoon, but the first folks to show up have been … Continue reading »

  • Stone Soup Serves Thanksgiving Dinner

    CORVALLIS, Ore. — A Corvallis organization feeds the homeless on a daily basis, but on Thursday, dinner was extra special. Stone Soup offers free meals for those who need it. On Thursday, volunteers spent hours preparing a Thanksgiving meal for a more elaborate dinner at St. Mary’s Catholic Church. The event is something organizers say … Continue reading »

  • Stores Open Earlier on Thanksgiving

    EUGENE, Ore. — The holiday season is officially here and that also means holiday shopping season is now underway. Shoppers lined up at least two hours in advance of JCPenney’s 5 p.m. opening at the Valley River Center Mall. The line wrapped around the corner of the building. This group of pre-Black Friday shoppers are … Continue reading »

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