Today, FOE got an email from our esteemed Mayor Kitty Piercy offering her support and gratitude for putting on this event!
A warm and sunny day greeted International Association of Athletics Federations General Secretary Essar Gabriel and IAAF Council member Abby Hoffman on their visit to Hayward Field on Thursday in advance of the IAAF World Junior Championships, which will be held at Eugene’s prestigious track and field venue from July 22-27. TrackTown USA president Vin Lananna and Eugene mayor Kitty […] Continue reading →
Valentine’s Day is supposed to be about love but anymore it seems to be more about selling flowers, chocolates and Hallmark cards than it is about love. I’m all for a romantic evening, but for love to last it takes more than cute underwear to keep it going.
I really like this show and hope you do to. I worked in the News Business and wanted to do this type of show my entire career. Management at station X and Y always seemed to get in the way. Not anymore. We are doing things raw, real and remarkable, if I may say so myself.
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) is in the process of planning and evaluating the construction of a high-speed railway from the Eugene-Springfield area to Portland. Last night, ODOT held an open house at the Eugene Public Library. Members of the public attended to gain more knowledge and state their input on the project. According […]
Tim Chuey: a little snow for a little while, Uhaul chase, gun wielding felon arrested, school board drama, Assisted care flu epidemic, disorderly conduct arrest, Poop signs prank, State of the City Address, Willamette beats Springfield
Students gather to protest the ‘social host’ ordinance.
From Jerry Sandusky’s trial expanding to include incest charges  to a U.S. House panel trying to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt , keeping up with the news has been difficult this week. That’s not to even mention trying to keep with those Kardashians. But if you live in Eugene, the Kardashian part got a bit easier.
After the recent racially-motivated attack against a Springfield teenager, Lane County is fighting back. The City of Springfield, in alliance with the Community Alliance of Lane County (CALC), held a rally earlier this week at the Springfield Public Library to protest racism. At noon today the City of Eugene held its own event in support of Springfield and to demonstrate its dedication to a discrimination-free community.
The federal House Ways and Means Committee voted Friday in support of a bill that, if passed by the rest of Congress, could mark the end of a decades-long federal commitment.