Carisa Cegavske

Senior Reporter

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Carisa Cegavske is the senior reporter for The News-Review. She can be reached at ccegavske@nrtoday.com or 541-957-4213. Follow her on Twitter @carisa_cegavske

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Carisa Cegavske

We wrote a story about Alek's entry into the race when he announced it. This story covers those who more recently entered. This is the way we regularly cover these races until the election date draws nearer, when we summarize each candidate again. No slight to Alek or any other candidate …

Carisa Cegavske

Carisa Cegavske commented on Drop in fair attendance blamed on weather

Thanks, we've corrected that.


Carisa Cegavske

The goal of the publicity was to encourage others to come and to help. Otherwise, how would anyone know about the program?

Carisa Cegavske

These spots ordinarily remain vacant this time of year, so the county isn't losing income.

Carisa Cegavske

In addition, he hopes local residents will step up to loan their RVs for a few months to Paradise refugees who want to stay here but don’t have RVs. Just as most RV spaces are vacant during the winter, most people’s RVs stay parked in their driveways for most of the season, he said.

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Carisa Cegavske

A couple other facts that might be of interest are that the owner of a $200,000 home would have paid $88 per year under the library district tax, if the majority of voters had agreed with you. Also, nonresident fees are typical at city libraries. The Eugene library, for example, charges $130…

Carisa Cegavske

Hi Kirpi,
The $60 fee is annual. It's meant to share the load, since taxpayers inside the city are already paying city taxes to support the library, and people who live outside the city limits do not pay those taxes.

Carisa Cegavske

Hi Tyler, we didn't contact you beforehand because we didn't know who you were. We only had a first name. I would like to interview you for a followup if you are willing to share your story. I can be reached at ccegavske@nrtoday.com or by phone at 541-957-4213.

Carisa Cegavske

So, again, we used the names exactly as given in the court documents. The plaintiff is identified both by his initials and by the name of his guardian. We did not talk to Tyler or his mother because there is no clear identification in those documents of who they are. The name "Tyler&quo…

Carisa Cegavske

These are the names as they're given in the court documents. Both are minors, so neither is referred to by the full name. However, the plaintiff's mother's full name is given.