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Fisherman’s Market – Eugene’s Link to the Ocean

This small and successful fish market depends on the health of the Ocean to stay afloat By Myckyal Hunt EUGENE, ORE – It’s just after 11 a.m. and Fisherman’s Market in Eugene, Oregon is already bustling.  Customers are occupying eight … Continue reading

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Enterprise Update #2

The last time I shared my “progress” with the class (and anyone else who reads this), I have to admit I hadn’t done much.  The topic I chose, a piece on Eugene’s Fisherman’s Market, didn’t seem to have any obvious … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story Update

By Myckyal Hunt Whenever I have a big project to do, it feels like I have all the time in the world one day, and no time at all the next.  Nothing has changed with my enterprise story, and I … Continue reading

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The Disagreement Over Raw Milk

By Myckyal Hunt Growing up, I always had a tendency to think of news as urgent information – things that needed to be shared right away – a murder, recall of a popular product etc.  It wasn’t until I got … Continue reading

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A long road to dreams come true

By Myckyal Hunt Standing at the entrance of the EP release party in Eugene, Brock Grenfell is giddy with excitement as he offers guests a copy of his brand new CD. Music has been an important part of Brock’s life … Continue reading

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New Apartments in South University Neighborhood

By Myckyal Hunt The South University Neighborhood is home to beautiful houses, carefully landscaped front yards, small parks where families can play, and soon, a number of new apartment complexes. Along Alder street, south of 18th Avenue, the new additions … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: How far is too far, South Park?

By Myckyal Hunt Since the late 90s, popular Comedy Central cartoon South Park has been a satirical outlet for creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.  CNN’s entertainment producer, Todd Leopold discusses South Park’s 200th episode in his piece “Has ‘South Park’ gone … Continue reading

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EmX Expansion Concerns in Jefferson Westside

Residents are ready for the right kind of change in their neighborhood By Myckyal Hunt The city of Eugene is planning to expand the EmX route and the Jefferson Westside Neighbors is in the heart of the issue. In 2008, … Continue reading

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Depending on “Weird Science” – Media Analysis

By Myckyal Hunt Texas Monthly‘s Michael Hall wrote an informative narrative about the discrepancies in unscientific forensic investigations.  In his piece, Weird Science, Hall discusses multiple cases where the slightly unscientific methods failed, and how they led to sometimes catastrophic … Continue reading

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