Eugene Weekly Halloween 2020
Between police use of pepper spray and tear gas against Black Lives Matter protesters, a global pandemic that targets the respiratory system and, now, extremely poor local air quality as a result . Lewis added that the noose that started the march that night was just a Halloween decoration. Sophia Kinaya Haug, a leader with Black Unity, said in an interview that a Black woman who lives next door . September is typically a lazy month for us in the Willamette Valley. Ducklings and goslings are almost as big as the adults, capable of foraging on their own. It took me some years before I .
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If you are looking for a way to help out those affected by the Holiday Farm Fire, volunteers are needed at Silke Field at Springfield High School and donations are needed at a new drop-off . That’s what Libertarian Party presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen tells Eugene Weekly in an email natural rights and personal liberty. Although the 2020 presidential election will most likely end .
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Making sure Eugene has a viable bike-share system in place is vital right now, Dunbar writes in an email to Eugene Weekly. While PeaceHealth bike ridership is down due to COVID-19, the program is also Last week’s article in Eugene Weekly about the WOW Hall contained false and inaccurate statements about Friends of WOW Hall (FOWH), the voting process and events surrounding the annual membership .
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But those mailboxes aren’t being picked up because of Trump’s recent statements, USPS spokesperson Ernie Swanson tells Eugene Weekly. The Postal Service is picking up mailboxes because people are . Eugene Weekly Halloween 2020 ENOUGH IS ENOUGH I am responding to recent items printed in Eugene Weekly regarding the WOW Hall/ CCPA. A sub-group of members have formed an organization claiming to be trying to “save” the WOW .