Monthly Archives: July 2010

Enterprise Story Extra Details

To be ultra specific: Enterprise Story Assignment Living in a Changing World Assignment due by August 11 Two options: 1. One story, two sidebars 75 points Story length: Mainbar should be 1,250-1,500 words Sidebars should be 250-300 words each 2. … Continue reading

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Oregon Alumni Owns Pizza Parlor

Patio of Roaring Rapids Pizza Company By Patrick Meyers Garry Weber is an active citizen of Eugene and has contributed to community by owning and operating a family friendly pizza restaurant.  Weber graduated from the University of Oregon and now … Continue reading

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Introducing Thomas Price

By Michael Wallen Thomas Price was with the famous skateboarder Tony Hawk when he paid a visit to Willamalane Skatepark last year. Hawk had already opened the Springfield, Oregon park in 2003 and returned in 2007 to record a video … Continue reading

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Sam’s Wish

Pulling into Sam Roderick Yao’s driveway (he prefers to be go by Sam Roderick, or Sam Roderick Roxas-Chua, his mother’s maiden name), I’m immediately introduced to his neighbors.  We exchange greetings and admire yard work being done at Sam’s house, … Continue reading

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Welcome to Shamrock Flowers and Gifts

By Matt DeBow “Hi Michelle” says Susie Savoie from behind the counter at Shamrock Flowers and Gifts as a regular customer walks into the store. Savoie knows all of her regular customers by name, but even when new customers walk … Continue reading

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Keep Things Simple

By Maiko Ando Life is not always as easy as we expect. Challenges, unfortunate accidents, and frustration could be happen every time in life. Though, there is a man who lives in simple.He has been developed necessary infrastructures under specific … Continue reading

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A Taste of Oklahoma

By Virginia Rice Eugene, Ore.- The smell of barbecue drifts down Highway 99 as the Oklahoma Smokehouse BBQ stand serves another lunch hour rush. Aaron Speck, along with his wife Liz, opened the Oklahoma Smokehouse BBQ at 1055 Hwy 99 … Continue reading

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Steve Tannen Talks Sports, Life

by Evan Sernoffsky Broadcasting from a climate controlled studio on Executive Parkway in Eugene is Steve Tannen, the host of Sports Talk on 95.3 “the Score.” Twenty years in the business has established Tannen as a seasoned veteran in local … Continue reading

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Brewing Up Confidence for Oakshire

I have a great interest in the way fine beer is crafted. Fortunately, I was raised in the Pacific Northwest, where the water is amazing, and hops grow full, and with ease. The art of hand crafting, and mass marketing … Continue reading

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Profile Story: The Trials and Tribulations of a Journalism Student

So I did manage to get an interview for my profile thanks to searching through the Churchill Area Neighbors Facebook page.  I’m interviewing Sam Roderick, who creates pottery at Wonderland Craft-Studio.  I plan to view his studio and ask more … Continue reading

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