Library Hours Cut on Sundays


EUGENE, Ore. — This Sunday is the first Sunday of the new fiscal year in Eugene and some library goers looking to grab a book Sunday morning were met with locked doors. Instead of opening at 10:00 on Sundays, the downtown library won’t open until 1:00 p.m. on Sundays because the city is trying to … Continue reading »

City Council Adopts Fiscal Year Budget


EUGENE, Ore. — After months and months of debate the Eugene City Council moved to adopt next year’s fiscal budget. This comes after the budget committee was faced with a challenge of trying to fill $2.5 million dollar shortfall. The proposed budget, recommended by the budget committee — cuts $1.9 million in city services. The … Continue reading »

City Manager Presents Proposed Budget


EUGENE, Ore. — Not a lot of surprises at Tuesday’s Eugene Budget committee meeting, as Eugene City Manager Jon Ruiz presented his proposed budget for next year. That meeting was at the downtown Eugene Public Library Tuesday evening. For the past eight months — the budget committee has deliberated over a projected $2.5 million dollar … Continue reading »

4J Superintendent Presents Budget


EUGENE, Ore. — Budget season is here and 4J is in talks about how their next school year could look. The budget was released Thursday, but the real discussion begins Monday night. Though the district is seeing more than an $11 million increase in its revenue, there’s still a $3.62 million gap that needs to … Continue reading »

LCC Faces Budget Shortfall


EUGENE, Ore. — As the economy improves, enrollment is going down at Lane Community College and it’s forcing school officials to make tough decisions about their budget. LCC has a budget shortfall between $10.9 to $12.6 million. School officials say they have to balance the budget for next year and with decreasing enrollment, they have … Continue reading »

City Manager Budget Recommendations


EUGENE, Ore. — Changes could be coming to the Eugene Library and its branches if the Eugene Budget Committee approves the city manager’s recommended budget for fiscal year 2015. The city manager is recommending closing the Sheldon Library branch. But his suggestion doesn’t necessarily close the book on the library. It’s possible the branch could … Continue reading »

May 11 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: increasing clouds, Walmart robbery, City Budget released, escaped inmate recaptured, the Oregon drought?, Casey Martin advances, Arizona breaks Duck winning streak, Jipatasaj finds his rythym, baseball rainout, new CCC championship records set

County service center complete


Lane County has finished moving an array of operations into its new $6.9 million customer service center at 3050 North Delta Highway. The final county government unit to move in was Animal Services, which began working out of the new building on July 1...

February 13 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: wet, hit and runner jailed, car vs Matt Knight Arena, 7mil Eugene budget cut, EPUD rate increase, Covington & Wyatt MMA wins, Beavers lose to Washington, Duck softball wins, Kesselring sets mile record

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