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Friendly Neighborhood

By Camille Lieurance The beautiful Friendly Neighborhood, which spans from Amazon Creek on the east side, 18th Street on the north side, and Chambers Street on the west side. The southern boundary for the neighborhood is West 29th Avenue to Lorane … Continue reading

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Holt Elementary Recycling Queen

Doris Chastain: Holt Elementary Recycling Queen The sound of elementary-school-aged children playing basketball, hopscotch and hula hooping fills the air outside of Bertha Holt Elementary School in Eugene, Oregon. The hallways of the school are covered in various art projects … Continue reading

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Gateway Spying

Springfield OR— It’s 11:40 a.m. on Sunday and the Gateway neighborhood of Springfield is busy with an abundant amount of cars and people. Walking into a coffee shop in the neighbor this trend continues, as there is a line for … Continue reading

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The Science Major in the University of Oregon, Neighborhood blog

Eugene, Oregon— Science at the UO campus is playing a perfect role. Science major at University of Oregon is a big group, and it is working very well for the students who are major in Science major. Emma Severson, major … Continue reading

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Whiteaker Midterm

Drug Problem In The Whiteaker Local Residents and Businesses Discuss Important Social Issues In Their Neighborhood By Paul Kiefer On Monday, October 31st, 2011 in the Whiteaker neighborhood of Eugene, local residents, employees, and business owners of the area were … Continue reading

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Downtown Eugene may not be as safe as some people think

Downtown Eugene may not be as safe as some people think -By Tyson Johnson Eugene, OR – Is Eugene as safe as we think? A recent study and report by magazine Eugene Weekly ranked the city “203rd in violent crime … Continue reading

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Standing Alone the Eugene Running Company Thrives

By Dylan Coleman It’s All About Fun at the  Eugene Running Company One by one members of the Eugene Running Company’s Monday night running group strolls into the lone location. They emerge from the hectic parking lot darting in and … Continue reading

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Trainsong Politics

By Kourtney Hannaway Trainsong voters aren’t expecting Tuesday’s election to produce many fast results. These residents have preferences for governor, and outcomes they would like to see as far as specific measures are concerned, but many feel that it takes … Continue reading

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Hotel on the Hill

By Maiko Ando On July 2nd, I had driving tour in Laurel Hill neighborhood. Obviously, this place is high-class residential district since I saw only luxury houses. While the driving, I found a tall building that little stand out. That … Continue reading

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Trainsong’s Contaminated Trust

by Deborah Bloom EUGENE, Ore. — Despite a slew of recent news reports claiming that soil contamination in the neighborhood of Trainsong is no longer a hazard, residents remain skeptical. A plume of toxic chemicals from Eugene’s Rail Yard has … Continue reading

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