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Taking Back Downtown

Well, it seems at least some of you made those calls to our city government.  I decided to brave downtown to grab a quick bite before heading out on other duties, not something I’d normally do.  To my happy surprise, what did I see? This: Smack dab in Kesey Square. Yes, I was pleasantly surprised […]

Springfield Illuminates with LED Lights

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A crowd gathered in downtown Springfield Friday night for a celebration of light as Springfield turned on dozens of new LED downtown lights. The crowd cheered as the glow of the lights illuminated a downtown that needed some work. “For me being you know a single person, not feeling great walking down … Continue reading »

Council Denies Corvallis Hotel Proposal

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Corvallis City Council shot down a downtown hotel proposal Monday night that would have partnered the city with developers to build a parking garage. Developers have proposed building a Hyatt Hotel in downtown Corvallis at the corner of First Street and Adams Avenue. But they asked the city to partner with them … Continue reading »

Downtown Eugene Among Best in Country

EUGENE, Ore. — Downtown Eugene was now ranked among the best downtowns in the country. Livability.com ranked downtown Eugene as number nine on its list of Top 10 Downtowns in the country. Eugene made its way onto the list with its population and income growth, affordable housing, and retail and office vacancy rates. It’s no … Continue reading »

Samantha Fish lights up Cozmic Pizza tonight

The crayon sketched sign that hangs on the door of the blues club that reads “boys only” has just been set ablaze. The arsonist is a 24-year-old singer/guitar player from Kansas City, Missouri who taught herself how to play the guitar when she was just finishing her teenage years. Samantha Fish has been building a […]

January 25 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: mild and rainy, downtown bathroom voyeur, EPD opens downtown substation, Ralston commits to Montana, Fleet back on feet, Huff not guilty, UO NCAA background, current stories…

The Exclusion Zone – October 5th

Exclusion Request – Case Summary for October 5th.

Big Bang Theories and Candy Dreams: The News Week in Review

Another Fourth of July has come and gone, and with it went millions of dollars spent on fireworks. We Americans are all about those rockets’ red glare. And we put our money where our mouth is.

Local developer proposes more student housing downtown

They are also pursuing a 10-year property tax exemption on the building, which will require Eugene City Council approval.

January 31 – Morning Headlines

Sam McCaskill

Tim Chuey: cloudy – some rain possible, UO kidnapping, downtown mega-project, RV fire, Youngblood gets 7 1/2 years, Oregon Track & Field dominates, McCaskill commits to Boise State

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