Tag Archives: Harlow

Upscale Eugene not far from Downtown

There are two things that serve to distinguish the neighborhoods along Coburg Road from other areas of Eugene: great shopping and really bad traffic. Karly Kercheval, a resident who lives a short walk from her job at an Oakway Center … Continue reading

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Harlow, Cal-Young Chime In On The Elections

By Dylan Coleman Eugene, Ore. – A line of cars wraps around the parking lot at the Amazon pool on Hilyard Street as residents of Eugene frantically try to drop of their votes at the ballot. It’s the eve of … Continue reading

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Harlow Neighborhood Prepares to Cast Votes

With the Oregon State General Elections being held this week, Harlow residents prepare to cast their votes. The statewide vote will determine a new governor as well as the outcome of seven different ballot measures. Former Oregon governor John Kitzhaber … Continue reading

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Quiet at a Cost: Sound Wall Blocks Scenery for Residents

Harlow neighborhood residents sacrifice aesthetic beauty for peace and quiet. The Department of Transportation opted to build a sixteen-foot tall concrete sound barrier last summer, spanning nearly a mile along I-5 in northeast Eugene. While the wall is designed to … Continue reading

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Getting to know Harlow/Cal Young Neighbors

By Dylan Coleman The Harlow neighborhood is bordered on the North by Beltline Hwy, on the east by Interstate 5, the Willamette river borders it on the south side and on the west side is bordered by Coburg Rd.  The … Continue reading

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Observing Harlow/Cal Young

The scene was dim and quiet Tuesday evening at Starbucks located in the Oakway Center.  2 couches, 13 tables, and 30 chairs were assembled for public use around the coffee shop.  Three employers were working at Starbucks during the night … Continue reading

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Eugene Residents Enjoy Alton Baker

A cloudless blue sky and 60-degree weather send a warm invitation for visitors of Alton Baker City Park Tuesday afternoon. A well-fed chocolate lab buries his nose in a pile of fallen leaves, his owner tries to free his leash … Continue reading

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Newman’s Fish Co. Coburg Rd

By Dylan Coleman The smell of fresh-cut cod whiffs trough the nostrils, the cashier chats with a friend about being married and going to marriage counseling with her husband who sits off to the side, hiding from the conversation. Newman’s Fish Company sits nestled into the … Continue reading

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Oregon Voters Question Ballot Measures

Measures 74 and 76 on Oregon’s general election ballot have raised mixed feelings among voters. Some Eugene residents question the efficiency of the proposed measures. If passed, Measure 74 will create a state regulated supply system for medical marijuana in … Continue reading

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Fireworks display at Alton Baker a dud for some, not worth the lost sleep for others

By: Jason A Williams “And the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air, Gave proof thro’ the night,” that our earplugs were near, at least for those that would be heading to bed instead of heading out to watch the … Continue reading

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