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Kelly Asay

Kelly Asay is an entrepreneur, software developer and performing musician. As the publisher of Eugene Daily News, Asay is continually searching, finding and promoting the best unknown journalists, photographers and inspirational people from all over Lane County.

Castle Builder II: Is This the Best Slots Game of 2017?

Castle Builder II: Is This the Best Slots Game of 2017? Every year, a myriad of slot machines are released through social networks and specialized gaming venues online. People like them – games like Slotomania and DoubleDown are constantly among the most-played games in North America (as reflected by the stats regarding their player base […]

Lenders, Real Estate Brokers To Pay More Than $5M For Alleged Kickback Scheme – Consumerist

The home buying process is complicated and expensive enough without mortgage servicers and real estate brokers tacking on illegal and costly fees. To that end, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau… Source: Lenders, Real Estate Brokers To Pay More Than $5M For Alleged Kickback Scheme – Consumerist

Put Your Business On The Map With These Simple Tips

Yes, literally on the map. Everybody uses Google Maps…at least enough everybody’s to make it one of your most indispensable self-promotion tools.  I’ll show you a couple others too.  Now if someone knows your address or searches for you or searches for a category your business is listed in they can find you, but why […]

Becoming A Respected Business By Doing This One Simple Thing.

I’ll cut right to the chase. If everyone knew how well you know your business, they’d choose you every time. We all think this, in fact, we all know this. We spend years and thousands of dollars becoming excellent at our chosen profession, but the old axiom “if you build it they will come” only […]

Top Nights Out In Eugene

Not sure what to do the coming weekend in Eugene? Here are four of the best places to visit for a fun night out in Eugene.

Taking Back Downtown

Well, it seems at least some of you made those calls to our city government.  I decided to brave downtown to grab a quick bite before heading out on other duties, not something I’d normally do.  To my happy surprise, what did I see? This: Smack dab in Kesey Square. Yes, I was pleasantly surprised […]

Take Your Nightlife To The MAX With Online Entertainment

Check out our short list of the most wonderfully entertaining places to check out on the internet, outside of social media and checking your email.

VIEWPOINT: Time For The EPA To Step Up

Failure to ban these bee-killing pesticides will have disastrous effects.

Welcome To Eugene

Hey Eugene – care for the people who live and work downtown at least as much as you “care” about the vagrant population living in our parks, doorways and alleys.

Bow Down To The Sultans

Nothing beats slide guitar when it comes to sheer energy, excitement and seriously cool sounds.

Famous In Florence in Springfield on 04/30/16

The Long And Short Of The NFL Draft Vs Vernon Adams

Is it bias when you take an athlete on for his size in a sport where size matters?  Vernon Adams thinks so. While Vernon Adams may have started his College football career at Eastern Washington; we know him best for…

NFL Draft 2031 – Hyundai Gets Clever

I admit it, as much as I love football (thank you sons), I love a great commercial almost as much. Now Hyundai is attempting to capitalize on the NFL Draft in a big way.

The Big Four Duck Comeback Nominees

This coming Monday, May 2nd, ESPN’s Neil Everett will again host the Ducks Comeback Awards at Matthew Night Arena. According to Rob Moseley over at GoDucks.com the nominees, selected by UO student athletes are: Football: BRALON ADDISON “Robbed of his 2014 season by a knee injury, the elusive wide receiver and kick returner returned with a vengeance […]

Privacy Policy

Our privacy policy is very simple.  We don’t share your information with anyone, anytime, period.   All data is saved in encrypted form, we don’t share emails and access is only granted on an as needed basis to authorized staff members.


The Department of Revenue processed $6.84 million in marijuana tax payments through the end of March.

EPD On The Beat – March 30th

EPD on the Beat Highlights of police activity – March 30, 2016 Possession of Heroin/Driving While Suspended – March 29, at approximately 11:33 p.m., police responded to Carl’s Jr., 296 Coburg Rd. regarding a subject slumped over the steering wheel who had been at the location for approximately 40 minutes, and was unresponsive. Police contacted […]

Police Blotter: March 29, 2016

Police Blotter

Highlights of police activity – March 29, 2016 Menacing with a Firearm, Reckless Endangering, UUW, Disorderly Conduct II – Forest Zachariah Laughner, age 23, no address, dropped in to Taylor’s Bar and after he was cut off from service he was asked to leave. When he refused, he was helped out by bar staff. On […]

OLCC: Cities and Counties Marijuana Ban List Updated

Oregon Marijuana Survey Project

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has updated the list of Oregon cities and counties which have prohibited the establishment of licensed recreational marijuana producers, processors, wholesalers, and/or retailers.  www.oregon.gov/olcc/marijuana/Documents/Cities_Counties_RMJOptOut.pdf   For more information, go to www.marijuana.oregon.gov. Phone: 503-872-6366; email:marijuana@oregon.gov.

Department Of Revenue Releases Marijuana Tax Collection Numbers

February was the first month for medical marijuana dispensaries to remit the taxes they collected on their previous month’s recreational marijuana sales.

Open Mics

  • 03/26/17 Open Jam in Walterville, Oregon at River Stop
  • 03/27/17 Songwriter Night in Eugene, Oregon at Wandering Goat
  • 03/27/17 Open Mic in Eugene, Oregon at First National Taphouse
  • 03/28/17 Acoustic Night w/ Brian Chevalier in Dexter, Oregon at Dexter Lake Club
  • 03/28/17 Rooster’sBlues Jam in Eugene, Oregon at Mac’s
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