Employees, employers meet and greet

Lane Community College students and local employers gathered on main campus for the annual LCC Job Fair on Thursday, May 17th. On top of...

Where the wildflowers are

Leisha Wood, a staff member at Mount Pisgah Arboretum, greets the Wildflower and Music Festival’s arrivals with a smile on May 20. Two...

A poet and a comedian walk into a bookstore

Tim Shaner reads a script alongside local entertainer Ty Connor at Tsunami Books to a crowd of roughly 30 people. The script, written...

Trust the wild side

Kaya Singer, 71-year-old author of “Wiser and Wilder: A Soulful Path for Visionary Women Entrepreneurs,” led a workshop on May 20 that incorporated themes...

Community seeks a solution to homelessness

Paige Westlund participates in the third annual LCC Speak-Out event, sharing ideas on how to help combat homelessness in the area. The Speak-Out...

Definitive non-binary book released

Non-binary scholar and librarian Charlie McNabb will host an interactive book reading and discussion about the legacy and representation of non-binary gender identities in...

Talented trio of techs

Evolutionary Pull(bronze, granite, travertine)Doug WhiltshireTrinity, an art exhibit, is being showcased in the Robert Hall Gallery from April 30 through May 24. Works...

New police chief promises new era

New Eugene Chief of Police Chris Skinner speaks to the attendees at his swearing-in ceremony. The former police chief of Richland, Washington plans...

Dancing for a cause

Dance Northwest’s Down 4 It 2018: The Final Concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 12 at Lane Community College’s Ragozzino...