Eugene, OR – Eugene Police Blotter. Stories from the men and women of the Eugene Police Department. This edition covers just one such incident on June 28, 2014. Saturday Market Stabbing Case No. 14-10822 Eugene Police responded to a report of a stabbing at the Saturday Market (Wayne Morse Free Speech Plaza) at approximately 0955 the morning of June 28, 2014. While arriving officers located the victim, a 44 year old male, other officers began to search for the suspect who had fled on a bicycle. Multiple witnesses’ provided a detailed suspect description,Read More
EUGENE, Ore. — With a paintbrush and shovel, volunteers from the rotary and Northwest Youth Corp offered a helping hand to beautify Skinner’s Butte. “It’s an awesome project. We’ve got groups that re out doing a number of different things. From rehabbing existing trails, down to the big E on the Butte, to fixing weeding … Continue reading »
What is the answer to graffiti? I don’t think there is one to be honest. There are boards to legally paint on by Skinners Butte. I stopped by and found a young man getting ready to “paint” but when he saw me, he started to pack his bag. I told him it was okay, he didn’t have to leave. This was his territory not mine. He declined to speak with me.
Tim Chuey: wet, Zynga buys Buzz, 4 vehicle crash, new hate crime arrest, Meals on Wheels need help, School Union agreements, School layoff notices sent, City building new Skinner’s Butte trail, fines levied for senior prank, Jones, Keudell and Housey in MLB draft, Jake Reed named to All-American team.
Tim Chuey: increasing chance of rain, EWEB greenpower grant, Eaglets at Skinners, UO 100 yr dance, garden grant, UO Women #1 at relays, UO golf, UO Baseball, UO softball.
Eugene Police advise of street closures associated with the Annual Butte to Butte race.
Nearly all of Eugene is connected through a network of meandering bike trails, hiking trails, jogging trails, preserved habitats, and specialized gardens. This unique aspect has been enabled by the continued efforts of various groups working in a variety of ways towards keeping nature near enough to notice.