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May 4, 2023

No Place for Hate

by Ella Hutcherson | STUDENTS AT SPENCER BUTTE MIDDLE SCHOOL INCITE CHANGE TO 4J SAFETY REPORTING PROCESS

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April 13, 2023

Fast and Furious

by Alexis Weisend | THE CITY OF EUGENE HAS QUIETLY GIVEN MORE THAN 1,300 UNHOUSED CAMPERS ONLY TWO HOURS’ NOTICE TO MOVE INSTEAD OF 72 HOURS

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February 24, 2023

Union Pacific’s Trash Problem

by Bentley Freeman, Evan Weston and Hannah Seibold | DEBRIS FROM HOMELESS CAMPS ON UNION PACIFIC PROPERTY LITTERS THE WILLAMETTE. AFTER YEARS OF DELAY, THE CITY HITS THE COMPANY WITH BIG FINES

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January 12, 2023

Crisis Mode

by Anna Kaminski and Winter Wagner | A CRISIS STABILIZATION CENTER IN LANE COUNTY COULD MEAN LEAVING BEHIND A SYSTEM RIDDLED WITH GAPS. BUT FIRST, THE COUNTY MUST ADDRESS WHAT ISN’T WORKING.

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October 29, 2022

Eastern Oregon voters voice opinions for change

by Hannah Seibold and Zachary Jones Neuray | Oregon’s gubernatorial race has thrust the state into the national spotlight. With three candidates, Republican Christine Drazan, Democrat Tina Kotek and Betsy Johnson, unaffiliated, it’s a tight race.

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