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Local Business Wins International Award

VENETA, Ore. — A Veneta-based company is making headlines around the world, even winning a contest put on by The website is called, and it’s kind of like “Craigslist” but for rare and hard-to-find adult beverages. The business owner says he and his team entered their website into the Go Daddy contest last … Continue reading »

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Dog Quarantined After Attack in Veneta

VENETA, Ore. — The city of Veneta says a pitbull involved in an attack Friday is currently quarantined in its home for the next ten days. The city says it issued citations to the owner, for dog at large and for an unlicensed dog. Sheri Ascariz says she was walking her dog, Hachi, in the … Continue reading »

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Concern In Veneta Following Dog Attack

  VENETA, Ore. — Members of a Veneta community are concerned about a dog living in their neighborhood, after they say it attacked a woman and her dog Friday. Sheri Ascariz says she was walking her dog, Hachi Friday when a pitbull ran out of its yard and allegedly attacked them, completely unprovoked. She says … Continue reading »

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A Cup for a Cause in Veneta

VENETA, Ore — A cup for a cause Thursday in Veneta; a huge outpouring of support for the families impacted by the fatal crash on Highway 126 near Mapleton, one week ago. Folks from all over came to Cup of Joe for a fundraiser benefiting the families of Abby Boydston and Olivia Nicol. People could … Continue reading »

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Detailing Tragedy: Crash Survivor Speaks

VENETA, Ore. — After five days in the hospital, a Mapleton student is finally back home following last week’s deadly crash on Highway 126. 15-year-old Olivia Nicol is talking about the wreck that killed two of her classmates and the support that immediately followed. In an emotional interview KEZI 9 News Reporter Sarah Hurwitz sat … Continue reading »

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EPD put the clampdown on crosswalks yesterday. Where are they today?

June 26 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: wet start but drying out, Supreme Court ruling, NCAA ruling, attempted murder acquittal, crosswalk clampdown, canola bill, Delta/Beltline crash, Thurston traffic fatality , Ems lose it, more sports!

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Lots of options this 4th of July. Tim Chuey is predicting sunny and hot. No better place to be than at the lake: Dexter Lake! The Dexter and Lowell rural fire departments host a music/bbq/fireworks festival that lasts all day.

June 25 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: couple more days of rain, 67 days till football, Ems fall, 3 ducks earn national titles, hiker rescue, thief charged, approx. 13k unemployed in Lane County, carjacker sentenced, homicide suspect suicide

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Eugene Downtown Lions Club members selling Raffle tickets as fundraiser | Tim Chuey

To My Surprise Groucho Marx Had It Wrong.

A famous quote from Groucho Marx was proven to be wrong when I first encountered the Eugene Downtown Lions Club. You’ll be amazed to see the many ways the members help our community.

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April 1 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: clouds with a slight chance of showers, fatal Veneta traffic stop, EWEB outage, whistleblower lawsuit, Glenwood annexation, Nima’s Wish memorial plan, Helfrich changes things up, Titans take 1st in Lane Multi-Qualifier (track)

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Traces of radioactive cesium from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster have been detected in albacore tuna caught off the Oregon coast.

October 26 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: rain returns, 12yr old suffocated in class at Creswell Middle School, 19 yr old faces deliberate hit and run charges, daytime burglary crime wave, OSU finds radioactive cesium in west coast albacore, JC police find stolen goods at suspects home, Springfield woman hits 1.2M jackpot in Florence, 9th circuit rules for The Liberty, Veneta breaks ground on new water supply, Pearl street closure notice, Huskies beat Ducks (womens soccer), South Eugene Sara Tsai takes district title

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