Cyd Dutcher

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Name: Cyd Dutcher
Date registered: August 28, 2013

Latest posts

  1. UO Students Support Love Your Melon Day — October 22, 2014
  2. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Rainwater — October 22, 2014
  3. Tree Falls in Eugene Neighborhood — October 22, 2014
  4. Local Teens Tackle Workplace Issues — October 17, 2014
  5. Stand Down for Veterans — October 10, 2014

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UO Students Support Love Your Melon Day

Eugene, Ore. — Student athletes from the University of Oregon helped spread the message behind Love Your Melon Day Wednesday. Love Your Melon is a non-profit that looks to brighten the lives of children battling cancer. The mission is simple: for every hat purchased, a hat is given to a kid suffering from cancer. Wednesday … Continue reading »

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Rainwater

EUGENE, Ore. — Now’s the time to pay close attention to your garden so you can make the most of the rainwater, come spring. EWEB and the city of Eugene have teamed up with Nearby Nature to create a water wise demonstration garden at Alton Baker Park. It shows you how to save water now … Continue reading »

Tree Falls in Eugene Neighborhood

EUGENE, Ore. — A big tree came crashing down in the Cal Young neighborhood Wednesday due to some intense winds. The tree fell around 2:30 p.m. on Robin Hood Avenue. The homeowner says their son was home and heard a loud noise. Police and public works quickly removed the tree. The homeowner says he’s sad … Continue reading »

Local Teens Tackle Workplace Issues

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Hundreds of teens got a chance to tackle some real life issues Friday that aren’t necessarily covered in the classroom. Members of the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce led a workshop at Lane Community College about problem-solving in the workplace. Two hundred and fifty high school juniors from Springfield and Pleasant Hill … Continue reading »

Stand Down for Veterans

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — There was a big show of support for those who have put their lives on the line for our country. Hundreds of vets, many of them homeless, turned out for Friday’s Stand Down in Springfield at the Willamalane Center. There was everything from clothes, glasses and a warm meal, to information about … Continue reading »

Man Reunited with Stolen String Bass

EUGENE, Ore. — The principal bassist for the Eugene Symphony has been reunited with his 150-year-old bass, days after it was stolen. To Richard Meyn his bass isn’t just an instrument. It’s a friend and companion. And thanks to a Springfield woman and her dog, he has it back. The woman called him Wednesday and … Continue reading »

Groups to Clean Up Willamette River

EUGENE, Ore. — Saturday is supposed to be a beautiful day, and people will be out making the Willamette River a little more beautiful. The Great Willamette Cleanup starts at 8 a.m. Volunteers from all over Oregon will be out removing litter and debris along 187 miles of the river. In Lane County, the cleanup … Continue reading »

BRING Reuses Pieces of Eugene City Hall

EUGENE, Ore. — Deconstruction of Eugene’s former City Hall building is once again under way, and project managers are aiming to reuse or recycle 95 percent of the old building. A large part of the building was saved Friday. A part that some people may have looked over, but a part that anyone who visited … Continue reading »

Oregon Ducks Go Pink for Arizona Game

EUGENE, Ore. — The Ducks want to bring home the “W.” But with pink uniforms on Thursday night, the fight to end breast cancer is also on their minds. This is the second year the Ducks have dawned pink gear on the field. No one can forget those pink helmets from last year, and though … Continue reading »

Police Search for Stolen Painting

EUGENE, Ore. — A west Eugene family who lost nearly all their belongings to a thief is hoping someone can help them find a large painting, with a lot of sentimental value. Police say a squatter stayed in their home and emptied it out while the family was out of town for several months. They … Continue reading »

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