Monthly Archives: February 2011

Enterprise Progress Report

After much debate (between me, myself and I) I finally found a topic that I find interesting and relevant to my neighborhood. Initially, I thought crime in the neighborhood would make an interesting piece, however, after realizing the topic was … Continue reading

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Spread the Love

By: Ariel Gruver February – with Valentine’s Day during the middle of the month many people consider it to be a time of year for love. People make the extra time to express love to their family, friends, and significant … Continue reading

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Anything but Average

On the surface it looks like Melissa Brown looks like an average wife, mother, and grocery store manager. But dig a little deeper and see this working mother is anything but average. Melissa Brown, 38, is the manager of the … Continue reading

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Life is Like a Tennis Court-Balls Fly at You Fast

Sophomore tennis player Aaron Clissold tells how he found his way to Oregon from the Land Down Under By Eilise Ward Five months ago Aaron Clissold wasn’t sure if he’d be able to continue playing tennis for the University of … Continue reading

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Keeping the Faith in Jefferson Westside

From the delicious Sweet Life, to the eccentric Laughing Planet Cafe, Blair Boulevard in the Jefferson Westside neighborhood has much to offer the city of Eugene. Amid all of these delicious restaurants you may overlook the small salon that’s been … Continue reading

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Career Fan

Weekday afternoons at the KRVM studio at Sheldon High School are fairly quite after school hours.  The sound of the broadcast fills the studio while the members of the station’s staff finish out the work day.  But the seeming quiet … Continue reading

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The New Day Bakery Is A Place To Enjoy Good Company

Jeff Thomas has spent the last year and a half of his life brewing espresso and serving food to both patrons and new customers alike at The New Day Bakery. By Katie McKinley A popular location for local Whiteaker residents, … Continue reading

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An Entrepreneurs Guide to Whiteaker

Geoff Stangel explains how he got his start in Oregon By Allyson Will Geoff Stengel sits alone at his makeshift desk comprised of two side-by-side pianos and a swivel chair. In the middle of a typical workday, Geoff takes the … Continue reading

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Whiteaker’s Serbian Orthodox Church represents part of a growing movement

Sunday morning, the rhythmic tolling of bells welcomed the faithful to services at Saint John the Wonderworker’s Serbian Orthodox Church in Eugene’s Whiteaker neighborhood. Wedged between Last Stand Coffee Company and the Jesco Club on 3rd and Blair, the church, … Continue reading

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Emerging from the Pits: The Rebuilding of Downtown Eugene

Emerging from the Pits: The Rebuilding of Downtown Eugene By Tyson Johnson The lobby of the Atrium Building, which is located at 99 west, 10th Ave. in downtown Eugene, OR, is a modern, state-of-the-art structure that incorporates gorgeous artwork and … Continue reading

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