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JWN: Petals and Thorns

By: Bryan Cargill EUGENE, Ore. – Within driving distance of the mountains, deserts of Bend, the coast, and large cities like Portland, location is the selling point for many residents of Jefferson Westside Neighbors. There is an abundance of beauty … Continue reading

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Feedback: the musical life

By Corinne Mooney You’re a 20-year-old guitarist and are about to audition for a vocal position in a rock band. You’re nervous as hell and not sure your voice is good enough because you’ve only seen yourself as a guitarist, … Continue reading

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Campus Drivers Sound Off On Upcoming Election And Measure 80

Students who drive to campus express concerns about who could take office and the repercussions of passing Measure 80  By JENNY AFFAN Through the hustle and chaos of midterms, driving students were still able to remember that a presidential election … Continue reading

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Treading Lightly With The Term “Organic”

By: Emily Fraysse The bakery is all hustle and bustle when the doors swing open at seven in the morning. The local residents patiently wait in line to get their daily fix of coffee as the morning crew emerge carrying … Continue reading

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Eugene Saturday Market Enterprise

Background, Culture and History of the Eugene Saturday Market By Spencer Schloss The smell of roasting peppers, the sounds of local violinist and guitarist, and the scene of hundreds of people finding local crafts and produce can only be described … Continue reading

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Enterprise Update–Number 2

The focus of my enterprise story is the Eugene Saturday Market. Currently, I am finishing my big story on the culture and history of the market. I have taken a bunch of pictures that I am going to turn into … Continue reading

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Potential Federal cuts could imperil community broadcasters

This article is a part of Anthony Rimel’s continuing coverage of Eugene-based community radio station KRVM.  View the first article and second article for more detail about the station. The music played on KRVM on weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to … Continue reading

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Twitter Stalking for A Profile

In looking for a fresh take on people in the Cal Young I decided to do a Google Map search to see what photographers/videographers called the area home. I figure that as I move forward in my career in media … Continue reading

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Business is Filling in Along Coburg Road

Development forges ahead in the Northeast corner of Eugene despite a slow recovery from the nationwide recession. By Jason A Williams When the Ducks are away you must watch them play, but where you say? If you live in the … Continue reading

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Q&A with head of the Cal Young Neighborhood Association

By: Evan Sernoffsky / Video By: Jason Williams / Photos By: Matt Debow Eugene, Ore–Tonya Spears, head of the Cal Young Neighborhood Association, sat down with the Reporting1blog to answer questions about what she thinks are the area’s most important … Continue reading

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