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  • Out & About: July 25th-27th

    Check out these fun events happening all over Western Oregon! Summer wouldn’t be complete without some fun at the fair. The Lane County Fair is this weekend in Eugene. You can see some fun concerts, ride the rides, play games and see some amazing animals! Admission varies. Concerts are free with fair admission. The Coos … Continue reading »

  • Fruit Recall — What You Should Know

    (CNN) — One company is voluntarily recalling many of it’s fruits due to possible listeria contamination. It is a nationwide recall and affects many top grocers and many favorite summer fruits, so here’s what you need to know. The recall comes from Wawona Packing Company. It’s pulling its peaches, nectarines, plums, and pluots from one … Continue reading »

  • Two Bulls Wildfire at 25% Containment

    Bend, Ore. — More than 800 personnel are on the fire line fighting the Two Bulls Fire just west of Bend. Crews have been fighting the flames day and night since Saturday.¬† As of Monday evening, the fire was 25% contained, which is a drastic ¬†improvement from Sunday’s zero containment. Officials say only 50 of … Continue reading »

  • WWII Veteran Remembers Time Served

    EUGENE, Ore. — One of the oldest veterans on the South Willamette Valley Honor Flight — a trip that gives veterans the opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. — is reflecting on what it was like to serve during World War II. 97 year-old Ann Malarsie returned from Washington D.C. last week. She enlisted in … Continue reading »

  • Students to Ask for Requirement Change

    EUGENE, Ore. — Following the sexual assault allegations involving three former UO men’s basketball players, students will be making recommendations at a University of Oregon Senate forum Wednesday, aimed at ending sexual violence on campus. Students with the Safer Campus Campaign say they’ll ask the school to expand the UO’s multicultural education requirement to include … Continue reading »

  • New Goodpasture Island Road Bridge

    EUGENE, Ore. — A new addition is coming to the Goodpasture area this fall. The City of Eugene says a private developmental group is designing and funding a $3-4 million bridge project across Delta Highway. The design will help the flow of traffic by adding turn lanes to the Goodpasture Island Road bridge, and also … Continue reading »

  • UO Group Says Demands Go Unanswered

    EUGENE, Ore. — Frustrated students from the University of Oregon Coalition to End Sexual Violence rallied Thursday as their demands to UO administration went unanswered. The rally was in response to a list of demands the group of students presented to UO administration Monday. In their list of demands, students asked administrators to publicly apologize … Continue reading »

  • School on Lockdown After Shots Fired

    SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Thurston Middle School was placed on lockdown Thursday morning, and three other schools on lockout, after reports came in of shots fired. Two Thurston Middle School staff members and an employee at the neighboring Splash! at Lively Park alerted Springfield police after hearing gunshots. Officers responded to the 6200 block of Thurston … Continue reading »

  • My First Mother’s Day

    I always wondered why moms needed a whole day of recognition. I mean, I knew they did a lot, but now I really know why. The first week after having Hailey, I immediately called my mom and apologized for everything I had ever done to her, and then I thanked her for being my mom. … Continue reading »

  • Students Go on One-Minute Shopping Spree

    EUGENE, Ore. — About 10 students from Kelly Middle School went on a free one-minute shopping spree, grabbing as many cans as they could in just one minute. It was a rush to get to the register, but no money needed. Grocery Outlet on River Road helped with the fundraiser for Food for Lane County. … Continue reading »

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