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  • Renovate or Rebuild? Debate Continues

    EUGENE, Ore. — Another round of heated discussion, as the Eugene City Council continues to ponder the future of the City Hall. The council’s debating a rebuild or a renovation at the site. During a work session Monday night, the design team laid out the differences. It included a presentation on cost, energy efficiency an … Continue reading »

  • Springfield Debates Marijuana Tax

    SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Springfield may be the next city to impose a marijuana tax come November if it’s legalized for recreational use. The Springfield City Council met Monday night to discuss their options. The discussion centered around what fees would be imposed if councilors were to pass a marijuana tax and who’d be paying the … Continue reading »

  • Fall Kicks Off With Days Of Rain

    Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Fall is ready to move into the Pacific Northwest officially at 7:29pm tonight and we’re already seeing some light sprinkles from a weakening cold front offshore sliding up the coast. Overnight, we’ll stay mostly cloudy some an occasional shower or two, but Fall’s first day will certainly feel … Continue reading »

  • Cougar Killed After Attacking Sheep

    WREN, Ore. —  A cougar that a family says killed four of its sheep is now dead, after trappers with the USDA Wildlife Services were successfully able to track the animal nearby and kill it. Joseph Postman and his wife Lois Olund say within the last week, four of their 60 sheep have disappeared from … Continue reading »

  • Fall Starts & So Does the Fall Weather

    EUGENE, Ore. — Fall officially starts at 7:29 p.m. The season starts when the suns direct light moves from the northern hemisphere to the southern hemisphere, crossing the equator at exactly 7:29 pm Pacific Daylight Time. But enough about the science, fall brings a change in weather from the summer sunshine and heat to the … Continue reading »

  • Eugene Couple Stranded in Mexico

    EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene couple is sharing their story after being stuck in Cabo San Lucas for days, following the destruction caused by Hurricane Odile. Gary and Nancy Carlile left two weeks ago with family for a relaxing getaway in Mexico. But a week into it, the hurricane ripped through and left thousands of … Continue reading »

  • Police Not Releasing Argument Details

    SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Springfield police say two people involved in a weekend shooting definitely knew each other, but are not revealing details about the argument that led up to the incident. Police were called to Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend just before 2 a.m. Sunday, after a 27-year-old man arrived with gunshot wounds. Officers … Continue reading »

  • Local Wine Grape Harvest Begins

    EUGENE, Ore. — Local wineries are expecting a great year ahead, as workers begin harvesting this year’s grapes. Sarver Winery says the hot summer weather produced a great crop this year. During Monday’s overcast morning, workers at Sarver Winery at Elhanan Vineyard were busy removing muscat grapes from the vine. This year, these grapes, along … Continue reading »

  • 15th Street Re-opens in Corvallis

    CORVALLIS, Ore. — Traffic is moving again on the OSU campus after a huge construction project, just as students make their way back to the dorms this week. The Washington Way Realignment Project is almost done, once again allowing traffic to make its way through to campus along 15th Street. Crews widened the intersection and … Continue reading »

  • SPS Asks Voters to Pass Bond Measure

    SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The Springfield School District is asking voters once again to pass a bond measure for the second time in a year. The last measure failed by about 500 votes. The school board approved a measure in August to put a $71.5 million bond on the November ballot. That’s about $10 million more … Continue reading »

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