Tag Archives: Economy

Taking Root: Finding a Career after Graduating

    The transition from student living to professional life is one faced by most every graduating college senior and while graduates today are entering a hectic labor market where employment is not promised, there are those able to dive … Continue reading

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Theaters Struggling to Find Audience in Difficult Economy

By Adam Holmes Amanda Wymer lives on a budget like most college students do. An education major at the University of Oregon, most of her spending money coming from the funds left over from her scholarship, meaning she has to … Continue reading

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Three good bike stories…

Bicycles have become a huge subculture in the United States. More and more people are adopting bike riding into their routines, and some are even using bikes as their main source of transportation. Here are three interesting bicycle stories from … Continue reading

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Economic Elections

Eugene, Ore.- On the eve of the November 2nd elections, West Eugene citizens are voting for the values most important to them rather than for individual parties. And for most voters, the troubled economy looms large. Mark Denner said we … Continue reading

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High Economic Hopes in the Whiteaker

Community sticks together through recession By Alex Zielinski The recent economic recession has left a significant mark on the city of Eugene, let alone the state of Oregon, leaving many small businesses owners struggling to stay afloat. Even so, one … Continue reading

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Urban Gardening on the Rise in the Whiteaker

By Alex Zielinski With a growing interest in locally produced food, frugality, and environmental awareness, Whiteaker residents have taken food production into their own hands. Urban gardening- whether it be a single potted spinach plant or five varied vegetable beds- … Continue reading

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Shopping with sense

Friendly neighborhood shoppers remain loyal to local markets through downed economy By Susie Bartel EUGENE- It was a gloomy Oregon day as the rain fell and drizzled down the windows at Friendly Street Market. The front door slid open intermittently … Continue reading

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Jefferson Westside Deals With Tough Economic Times

Jefferson Westside Stays Strong in Tough Economic Times By Chris Deppa The current state of the economy is affecting everyone, and small business owners and Jefferson Westside residents are feeling the heat just like everyone else. Bill Cole, the owner … Continue reading

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Depression Attacks Southeast Eugene

People Economize and Skimp on Their Money By Seiga Ohtani Eugene – The current depression has reached even Southeast Eugene area, where people are usually fond of slow life. People around here had the same problems on their business, employment, … Continue reading

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Economy takes toll on Southeast Eugene residents

Problems arise from superfluous economy By: Jaimie Goldstein Residents and businesses in Southeast Eugene are less likely to spend money due to the state of the economy and its damaging effects. With these hard economic times, people in Southeast Eugene … Continue reading

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