Tag Archives: Community

Bringing Community Together: The 2014 Great Whiteaker Cleanup

By Michaela Gilmer EUGENE, Ore.—It was a beautiful, sunny Sunday afternoon at Scobert Part in the Whiteaker neighborhood. There in the middle of the park stood Wonder Woman. With a trash grabber tool in one hand and a bright pink … Continue reading

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Trainsong community voices concerns and compliments

  BY Devin Ream EUGENE, Ore — Trainsong is just another community in Eugene that has seen better days, but also it has seen a lot worse. The community lies on the edges of the train tracks and highway 99, … Continue reading

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The Trainsong Reminder

BY Devin Ream EUGENE, Ore. —  When you drive down Bethel Drive and look down the side streets, it reminds me of my hometown. It has its fair share of houses that are beat up and some that are nice, … Continue reading

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Directing History

By Casey Pechan Jim Cupples has a sense for changing tides. And when the tide really began to change, he moved from Brooklyn New York to Eugene, Oregon. Director of the Springfield Museum since October of last year, Cupples left … Continue reading

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I-5 construction presents challenges for local businesses

GLENWOOD, Ore.- Construction of I-5 bridge presents obstacles to the current conditions of Glenwood. Business owners look for alternative solutions to attract new customers.

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Enterprise: Community Aid in Bike Changes

People often believe that they don’t make a difference with their votes and voices. This can be a big obstacle in getting people to give their input and vote. Having an impact nationally to some is not likely. Cities like … Continue reading

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Cookies, Coffee, and Community: Building a Home at New Day Bakery

BY SARABETH OPPLIGER “Just give him a job. Don’t follow him everywhere.” Bill Mahoney, dressed in a blue windbreaker and jeans, runs his worked hands through the nest of gray-white hair that rests on his head as he makes his … Continue reading

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Enterprise Final: Lane County Farmers’ Market

A Lane County Farmer’ Market Business Profile By: Taylor Gelbrich The Lane County Farmers’ Market is full of vibrant people and delicious local grown food. One of those bright faces one might run into is the owner of PremRose Edibles, … Continue reading

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#WJChat Extra Credit

This last Wednesday I participated in the #WJchat on Twitter. #WJchat is a way for journalists around the nation to communicate their thoughts on ideas on a different journalism topic each week. It is very hard to keep up with … Continue reading

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Eugene Saturday Market Enterprise Story

Background and History of the Eugene Saturday Market By: Olga Kozinskiy Every Saturday, from April through November, vendors present their handmade or homegrown products at the Eugene Saturday Market. This will be the markets 42nd year running. Located in the … Continue reading

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