Tag Archives: Sheldon

Goodpasture Development Moving Forward Despite Appeals

By: Jason Williams When the residents at Willamette Oaks first heard that a new development would be constructed next to their campus on Alexander Loop, they were shocked to learn that the new multi-family development could include up to 1182 … 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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Thinking of Moving to the North Side of the River? Here Are Some Things to Consider.

by Evan Sernoffsky Sheldon has a lot to offer. It just depends on what you are looking for. The area is known as a great place for shopping, a great place for families, and a perfect place to start building … Continue reading

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What Makes Sheldon Unique

by Evan Sernoffsky Sheldon is a neighborhood with a pulse. It is one of Eugene’s fastest growing regions, but people who live there share a community that they say feels like its own small town. When people explore the area … 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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Vendors Display Their Wares at Art and the Vineyard at Alton Baker Park

By Matt DeBow A Balloon Twister (or balloon animal artist), a women who makes furniture for pets, a traditional ceramist and a winemaker all displayed or made their goods at Art in the Vineyard. Art and the Vineyard started today … Continue reading

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Cal Young, Where Eugene Goes to Play and Shop

Photos and Captions by Jason A Williams

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Eugene’s Dynamic Cal Young Neighborhood

by Evan Sernoffsky The Cal Young neighborhood, also called Sheldon, extends from Springfield to Delta Highway and from the Willamette River past the Belt Line Highway in Eugene.  It is one of Eugene’s largest and most diverse regions. Much of … Continue reading

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