June 8 – Evening Update

Willamette announces Kilcullen Memorial Gardens

June 8 – Evening Update

Tim Chuey Weather: It looks like we are in for some drying time and more sunshine. You might need to water your lawn. Partly cloudy tonight, AM clouds, a mix of clouds and sun and warmer Thursday, partly cloudy in the evening, mostly Thursday night and Friday AM with a slight (20%) chance of drizzle Friday AM.

Law takes aim at poachers – Hunters, fishermen and bird watchers can agree on one thing: They don’t like poaching.

Right idea, wrong place? Neighbors vow to oppose hospice – Small farms and rural ranchettes dot the countryside along River Loop One in northwest Eugene. Behind the pastoral setting, there’s a battle brewing over 7 acres of land.

Man charged with Veneta vandalism spree – A 41-year-old man faces charges in the recent rash of vandalism here, and sheriff’s office investigators said they believe more people were involved.

Do you live in a ‘Food Desert‘? – How far do you travel for groceries?  If it is more than a mile, you may be living in a “Food Desert.”

Suspect last seen in Corvallis wanted on felony sex charges – Police want the public’s help locating a sex offender wanted on felony charges of sex abuse and sodomy.

Police looking for ‘lone suspect’ in parking lot shooting – Police named an 18-year-old man as their lone suspect in Sunday’s shooting in the parking lot outside Putters.

Kilcullen’s Alma Mater, Willamette HS, Planning Memorial Garden – Willamette High School students are working on a memorial garden to honor Chris Kilcullen. Kilcullen graduated from Willamette in the Bethel Neighborhood of Eugene in 1986.

Willamette announces Kilcullen Memorial Gardens
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