Monthly dance aims to fill void left by Wayward Lamb closure

The Wayward Lamb closed their doors on Saturday, Feb. 3 with a send-off party featuring Unveiled: Eugene’s Queer Burlesque. In a farewell post on...

Champions of chow

The Lane Community College team of culinary students won the Best Bite Presentation and Hospitality category at the 2018 Chef’s Night Out event in...

Eleven candidates vie for county seats

Three County Commissioner seats are up for election in the 2018 Lane County primaries. East Lane, West Lane and Springfield Commissioner terms expire at...

Club council to host charity carnival

On April 18 and 19, the Lane Community College’s Council of Clubs and Center for Student Engagement will host the annual Carnival of Clubs....

County infection rates climb

Lane County has been experiencing a high volume of sexually transmitted infections. The County Health Ranking for Lane from 2015 describes a 36 percent...

‘Fake news’ blues

Last month, a controversial video created by the sports blog Deadspin went viral. In the video, dozens of anchors from small local news stations all...

Fisherman spots oil slick

The Mckenzie River, which runs through Eugene and Springfield, was exposed to approximately 200 gallons of hydraulic oil on March 13. The Oregon...

Seeking a safe space

A report based on research done in 2017 shows that LGBTQ+ middle school and high school students in Oregon experience more bullying than their...

County commissioners threatened with violence

Law enforcement in Lane County are seeking information regarding a series of written threats to county officials and their staffs. On Feb. 26, the Board...