Today Rich Walk, "Mr Tailgater", is here with some great ideas and recipes to help improve your tailgating party.
Today Shelley talks with Courtney Whittington, 4th Grade Teacher at Connections Academy, and Kim Guy, a parent of home schooled children, about alternatives to Public Schools.
In today's Medical Monday Interview Shelley and Nancy NesSmith discuss dealing with the elderly with cognitive issues.
The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art is currently highlighting the the art of Oregon native David McCosh. Curator Danielle Knapp has stopped by to tell us all about it.
If you like Classic cars then you should head out to Cottage Grove this weekend for the Concours D'Elegance at the Village Green Resort and Gardens. Tickets are only $5. For more information please visit cottagegroveconcours.org.
Today Shelley checks in with the students that participated in the Eugene/Chinju sister City Student Exchange program, both the kids from Eugene and the kids from Korea. For more information about the exchange program please visit www.eugene-chinju.org.
When our troops come home after serving our country, there are big changes in their lives. Changes that can take an enormous toll on not only their lives but also the lives of those around them.
Opthamologist Dan Bustos M.D. shares some reasons why an eye exam might be a good idea for your child before school starts.
Diana Learner is back with some colorful flowers of differing heights.
Coming up this weekend in Cottage Grove is the Cowpie Drop and Plop Bingo. All the events start at Stacy's Covered Bridge Restaurant.
A new season is about to begin for the Eugene Symphony, and they have some exciting show this season, including Tom Brokaw. the season tickets are sold out, so only single event tickets are available. For more information please visit www.eugenesymphony.org.
The new Fall Recreation Guide is just about here and there are some changes to the way it is delivered. for all the details watch Shelley and Kathy Madison and they will talk all about it.
Teen Challenge is opening a thrift shop at 555 River Road, and all the profits will benefit Hannah's House. Hannah's House is a residential facility for young women and their children.
Today Shelley sits down with author Gregory M. Ahligian. He wrote the book "The Large Rock & The Little Yew Tree", a book for children of all ages. the book can be found at Hirons Drug stores and Hirons donates all the profits from the book to Jasper Mountain Center.
Today Shelley sits down with Susan and Peter Glaser who are both Ph.D.s and have authored a book together called "Be Quiet, Be Heard". Peter and Susan are holding communication workshops in our area. To enroll or for more information please visit theglasers.com.