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James Larkins: From Humboldt Beginings

By Matt Scotton EUGENE, Ore. — The rain is coming down in Eugene typical fashion causing the people who were sun bathing not 24 hours ago to take refuge inside. The umbrellas begin to make their triumphant return with those … Continue reading

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Art Makes Whiteaker One of a Kind

By Matt Scotton EUGENE, Ore. — Take a walk through the Whiteaker neighborhood and one thing becomes apparent, art reigns supreme. The residents of Whiteaker believe that there is truly no other neighborhood like it. Stroll past Red Barn Natural … Continue reading

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Fire Station 2 Safe for 2012; Future Unclear

Fire Station 2 Safe for 2012; Future Unclear By Ryan Broadhead Imagine this scenario; you are shopping at a local grocery store like the Red Barn Natural Grocery in the Whiteaker neighborhood in Eugene, Ore. While shopping for groceries you … Continue reading

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The Whiteaker a.k.a Felony Flats

On Thursday, April 12, 2012 a crew of University of Oregon students trampled over to the Whiteaker area to investigate small business owners about their neighborhood and to see what they love most and figure out the things they would … Continue reading

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The Whiteaker – neighborhood watch.

My group was assigned the Whiteaker area which is by far my favorite neighborhood in Eugene, Ore.¬†The reason The Whit is such a cool location is because of it’s history. It’s named after Oregon’s first Governor John Whiteaker.¬†Unfortunately, I was … Continue reading

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A neighborhood tries to move on

A community heals after murders, but some say that a true remedy for the pain will never be found. Every night, freight trains rumble through the Whiteaker neighborhood. Their blaring horns wake the people sleeping on the ground next to … Continue reading

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