Cyd Dutcher

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Name: Cyd Dutcher
Date registered: August 28, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Another Mass Vax Clinic for UO Students — March 13, 2015
  2. Defazio Pushes for Rail Car Safety — March 12, 2015
  3. Scouts Sell Cookies Outside Dispensary — March 6, 2015
  4. New Details About Heeran Center Closure — March 5, 2015
  5. Students Display Kindness on the Court — February 27, 2015

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  1. Dozens Protest After Doctor is Fired — 10 comments
  2. Whoville Says Third Site Not Acceptable — 6 comments
  3. New Details About Heeran Center Closure — 5 comments
  4. Council Moves Toward Camping Program — 3 comments
  5. Linn County Sheriff to Retire — 2 comments

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Another Mass Vax Clinic for UO Students

Eugene, Ore. — Yet another meningitis vaccine clinic involving University of Oregon students Friday night, after a fifth student was diagnosed with meningococcemia. The bacterial infection already led to the death of one student, last month. Friday’s mass vaccination clinic was held for residents at the Capstone Apartments downtown Eugene, called 13th & Olive. The 19-year-old … Continue reading »

Defazio Pushes for Rail Car Safety

Springfield, Ore. — Congressman Peter Defazio says it’s time for the federal government to act when it comes to rail car safety. That was the focus of a tour Thursday, at a site where rail tank cars are manufactured and repaired. At the event, Defazio said old, dangerous train cars dominate US railways, and as seen … Continue reading »

Scouts Sell Cookies Outside Dispensary

EUGENE, Ore. – A couple of Eugene Girl Scouts set up a cookie-selling table outside a Eugene medical marijuana dispensary Friday night. The owner of the Oregon Microgrowers Guild, Debra Grosella, said it was a dream come true when the mom of those two Girl Scouts called to ask if they could work together. A lifelong … Continue reading »

New Details About Heeran Center Closure

EUGENE, Ore. — New insight Thursday about why the state suspended the license of a Eugene mental health facility. We’re learning that a recent runaway situation may have been a factor, but that wasn’t the only issue the state had with the Heeran Center. “[It’s] unfortunate and we don’t agree with the state’s decision on … Continue reading »

Students Display Kindness on the Court

PORT ORFORD, Ore. — High school athletes aren’t usually praised for letting an opponent score, but during this one game, on this one night, two baskets meant a lot more than just four points on the score board. Two weeks ago, the Pacific Pirates took on the Camas Valley Hornets for Pacific High School’s Senior … Continue reading »

2 Arrested after Search Warrant

JUNCTION CITY, Ore. — Two Junction City residents are in police custody, following an apparent drug bust. The Lane County Special Response Team served a warrant involving meth and stolen property at a home on the corner of Fourth and Kalmia Street early Friday morning. Neighbors say they were woken up by a loud bang … Continue reading »

Bug Killing Azaleas and Rhododendrons

EUGENE, Ore. — A warning for those who own azaleas and rhododendrons. If your plants are looking a little under the weather, a new pest might be to blame. Experts say the azalea lace bug is relatively new to the Northwest. But at Hendricks Park in Eugene, they’ve been in the area long enough to … Continue reading »

Student Arrested with Replica Rifle

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. –   A scary situation outside of Thurston High School Friday morning after an off-duty police officer spotted two teens with what appeared to be a gun in the school parking lot. Lt. Sam Kamkar with Eugene Police pulled his gun and told 18-year-old Jacob Brown to drop the weapon. The school went … Continue reading »

A Thousand Flights Delayed Sunday

(CNN) — Sunday is one of the busiest travel days of the year, as millions of people return home after the Thanksgiving holiday. The overall picture was a far cry from Wednesday, when snow snarled traffic on the ground and in the skies for a big chunk of the country. Sunday brought “warmer and more … Continue reading »

Tackling Tobacco Trends

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Smoking trends from the past few years show many Americans are choosing to quit, but health officials say that’s not enough. They’re still pushing for a tobacco-free society. “I was diagnoses with COPD, and I immediately started in pulmonary rehab,” said former smoker Carol Brittingham Clay. Clay smoked cigarettes on and off … Continue reading »

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