Monthly Archives: December 2010

Active Transportation in Eugene

Introduction/Background The city of Eugene is a welcoming place for those who seek alternative transportation. The 2010 American Community Survey reported that Eugene has the second highest percentage of bicycle commuters in the nation, with more than 7,000 residents riding … Continue reading

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The Decision

Eugene, OR-Sheldon head football coach Mary Johnson knew there would be a decision to be made as soon as he walked off the high school’s football field on Friday November 26th.  The Lake Oswego Lakers beat Johnson’s Irish on their … Continue reading

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Standing Alone the Eugene Running Company Thrives

By Dylan Coleman It’s All About Fun at the  Eugene Running Company One by one members of the Eugene Running Company’s Monday night running group strolls into the lone location. They emerge from the hectic parking lot darting in and … Continue reading

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Dot Dotson’s: The Answer is Atmosphere

By Mitch Rymeski A Photo Legacy Emerges You’re on a stroll through Eugene, Oregon in the 1930s. Times are tough: The city just shut down the trolley system so you have to walk to work but the pace allows ample … Continue reading

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Enterprise Assignment

By Benny Harris Riverfront Park in Eugene, Oregon borders the embankment along the Willamette River.  The sound of rushing water echoes throughout.  Every Saturday morning UO’s rugby teams come here to play.  The women’s team plays from 9-11, the men’s … Continue reading

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Radio 84 Offers Content

DESPITE BROADER RADIO STRUGGLES Nicholas Deleon, a writer for crunchgear.com, says “… the radio business, as we know it, is truly doomed.” Laurel Savannah writes on blogcritics.com that “FM radio is entering its final, desperate stages of life…” David Sapsted, a … Continue reading

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A Red Cross Enterprise Story

Story, photography and multimedia by: Tess Jewell-Larsen Background on the Oregon Pacific Chapter of the Red Cross They unload from the cars and walk to Autzen stadium to set up before fans start showing up for the Oregon vs. Arizona … Continue reading

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Community Religion in Trainsong

by Kourtney Hannaway When Bonnie Hamit goes to work during the day, she must leave her husband at home alone. He’s blind. They’ve lived in Trainsong for years, but there are still days when he wanders off track while crossing … Continue reading

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West Eugene EmX Extension Enterprise Story

A West 11th Story By Kenneth Wymer In our modern fast-paced lives we are always on the go from one place to another, and in order to do this is a quick manner we often use cars. Many people whether … Continue reading

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Chris Pryor: West Eugene

By Kenneth Wymer, Steven Stark Chris Pryor is the city council member for ward 8, West Eugene. His term started on January of 2009 and goes till January of 2013. Q: Could you please explain a little of what you … Continue reading

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