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It’s A LU’AU!


On May 20, 2011, EOTC

Students of LCC’s American Design Drafting Association, are throwing a luau today from 2-6pm. This event is being held at the longhouse on LCC’s main campus (4000 E. 30th Avenue).  There will be performances by Kumu Iwalani and Island Arts will feature traditional and contemporary hula as well as a steel drum performance by Brad Hirsch. Educational information on Pacific Island culture and boat culture will be presented as well.

The luau is FREE and open to the public. A dinner of pit-roasted kalua pork, shoyu chicken and sticky rice, cabbage and macaroni salad will be served for a suggested donation. Call 541-915-2386, if you would like more information on this event.

via FREE LU’AU! | Eugene On the Cheap.

April 25 – Morning Headlines


Here is the local headline wrap up for Monday April 25:
Tim Chuey: It’s a new week, but with the same old song of cool with clouds and rain.

Arcimoto SRK release Party
With an estimated 500 attendees, the Arcimoto release of their next generation electric vehicle the SRK (codename Red 5) was more like a rave than a Eugene business event. Lighting, pulsing techno music, a scrim giving a glimpse of the silhouette of the SRK like a belly dancer behind a screen, food, beer & wine, if you missed it you missed a party. In attendance were some high profile supporters of Arcimoto’s mission including Mayor Kitty Piercy and “Castle” stars (and long time Arcimoto supporters) Nathan Fillian and Jon Huertas. As part of their announcement, CEO Mark Frohnmayer announced Arcimoto’s all access program for the SRK: Instead of pre-paying for an SRK to get a place in line, a $100 deposit will do it.

2 vie for Bethel board seat
The Bethel School Board in west Eugene has three open seats in the May 17 election — but only one contested race.

Community honors & remembers fallen EPD Officer Chris Kilcullen, memorial service planned
One day after Eugene Police Officer Chris Kilcullen was killed in the line of duty during a routine traffic stop, community members, co-workers, friends and family are coming together to remember the popular family man.

Hearing to focus on Civic debate
Residents with views about the city of Eugene helping save Civic Stadium from the wrecking ball may want to step to the plate on Monday evening. The City Council will hear from residents about what they think of the city cooperating with Save Civic Stadium: 7:30 p.m. tonight at the Council Chamber, City Hall 777 Pearl St.

Lane Community College receives $100,000 dollar grant
LCC will install new solar panels thanks to EWEB and EWEB customers.

March 25 – Evening Update


Here’s the headlines for this evening:

Tim Chuey Weather update:
Rain likely (60%) tonight (0.25 in. of rain possible), then showers Saturday (0.25 in. of rain possible) and showers likely (60%) Saturday night (0.25 in. of rain possible) highs 53-50 lows near 40.
Tall ships anchor in Coos Bay
Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain arrived at the Coos Bay docks this week, ahead of schedule. Visitors got their first chance to climb aboard this afternoon.
Oregon man accused of child sex abuse commits suicide
The defendant in a child sex abuse shot himself in the chest and died in his front yard after telling his family he was going outside to drive to court
Panel proposes overhaul to Oregon health care system
A panel of health care experts is recommending an overhaul of the Oregon Health Plan aimed at rewarding doctors for preventing illness and keeping people out of the hospital.
High School Art Show opens March 28 at LCC
The Lane Community College Art Gallery is proud to present our 6th Annual High School Art Show. This show is an invitational to area high schools in Lane County to share with our community, their young and upcoming art students.

March 3 – Evening Update


The rest of todays local headlines:

Tim Chuey – Weather Forecast Update
Mostly cloudy with showers likely (60%) and a slight (20%) chance of thunderstorms this evening (possible hail), a slight (20%) chance of showers (0.25 in. of rain possible, more in thunderstorms) late tonight with patchy fog late and Friday AM, mostly cloudy with a good (50%) chance of rain in the afternoon (0.10 in. of rain possible)
Thousands of Oregon state jobs vacant
Agencies ask for them when they make their budget requests to the Legislature but sometimes keep the money without filling the job.
Police take wanted man into custody at gunpoint
Police surrounded a duplex with guns drawn this morning, then stormed the home behind a police dog to take a man into custody.
Pain paying at pump? Gas prices jump
Oil prices have soared nearly $17 per barrel since the Libyan uprising began in mid-February. Feeling it yet?
LCC downtown groundbreaking Tomorrow
Mayor Piercy and others will help “fill in” the pit
Oregon paid men with links to football recruits‎
The payments are noted in state of Oregon expenditure records.
ASUO Seeks Independent Legal Council‎
University of Oregon students are asking Oregon’s attorney general for permission to seek independent council.

Feb 28 – Morning Headlines


Here are the headlines from around the area:

According to the National Weather Service
Today: Rain. High near 45. Windy, with a south southwest wind 29 to 32 mph decreasing to between 15 and 18 mph. Winds could gust as high as 44 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%.
Hundreds mourn fallen Oregon Marine
Hundreds of mourners have gathered at a Medford high school to remember an Oregon Marine killed in combat in Afghanistan.
Safety sign going up on Delta
A state-funded “smart” sign going up soon on Delta Highway when approaching Beltline.
Groundbreaking set for LCC downtown project
Lane Community College has set the official groundbreaking for its downtown campus.
Electrical fire displaces 5 University of Oregon students
An early morning house fire on Ferry Street in Eugene left 5 University of Oregon students without a home on Saturday morning.
Bill targets donated buildings
House Bill 2629 would require payment of prevailing wages on all university construction projects, including those built by private donors at their own expense.
Unlicensed hunter sentenced for killing man
A 50-year-old Oregon man has been sentenced to 7 1/2 years in prison for second-degree manslaughter in the shooting death of a man gathering plants for floral arrangements.

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