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Enterprise Sidebar: Recent college graduate struggles to find a job

With people choosing to spend less money than in recent years, and employers hiring fewer employees, Ben Strength, a graduate of New Hope Christian College, has found it difficult to obtain a job in Eugene. “Between the substantial number of … Continue reading

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Enterprise: Local companies toughing it out through rough economy

Retired special education teacher and owner of Nature’s pet market, Mark Dunn, realized the public education system was not what it should be in the state, and decided to pursue a life in the pet supply world. Having limits as … Continue reading

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Friendly Neighborhood Sidebar – Uncommon Scents

Click here to check out my multimedia piece on Uncommon Scents, serving the city of Eugene, Oregon since 1974 with the best in natural bath and body care.  

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It’s the Final Update – Enterprise

It’s crazy to think that this is the last update. I’ve completed all of my interviews, collected outside sources, and have the framework for my final pieces in place. I’ve completed my multimedia sidebar, which I’ll be posting on the … Continue reading

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Friendly Enterprise Story Update

I am in a very similar situation as Taylor, as this past week was not the greatest for me regarding the Enterprise story. I haven’t really done much since collecting contacts last week. Between my other classes and grad school … Continue reading

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Friendly Enterprise Update

Alright, folks. So here we are, one week into our Enterprise Stories. So far, I’ve had a relatively difficult time tracking people down to interview. I’ve been making calls to contact Sue Harnly, owner of Eugene Coffee Company, located at … Continue reading

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Waking Up with Life Anew

Local man’s journey through open heart surgery. He sits undisturbed on his loveseat, splitting his attention between his fantasy football teams on his laptop and a Monday Night Football broadcast. The silence that surrounds him gives the perception of peacefulness … Continue reading

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People seeing blue in Churchill area

Republican Candidates lack backing in West Eugene neighborhood It could be a tough year for Republican presidential candidates looking to gain support in Eugene, Ore. With the presidential election taking place in 2012, the debates have begun, candidates have launched … Continue reading

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What’s Going on with Civic Stadium?

Civic Stadium, located near E. 20th Avenue and Willamette Street, has been property of the Eugene 4J School District since its construction in 1938. But with the Eugene Emeralds minor league baseball team leaving Civic Stadium to play at the … Continue reading

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Inside Scoop with Buffalo Sports Daily Bills Writer and Publisher Patrick Moran

Patrick Moran, a sports writer since the mid 1990’s, is a Bills beat reporter and publisher for the Buffalo Sports Daily. After creating the New York Yankees Report in the 1990’s, Moran gained recognition throughout New York as a promising … Continue reading

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