Cyd Dutcher

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Name: Cyd Dutcher
Date registered: August 28, 2013

Latest posts

  1. US Air Force Band Kicks Off Free Tour — June 7, 2014
  2. Near Drowning in Cottage Grove Reservoir — May 30, 2014
  3. Huge Crowd for UO Athletics Surplus Sale — May 10, 2014
  4. Students Rally Against Sexual Violence — May 8, 2014
  5. Bethel Students Go Green to Help Schools — May 7, 2014

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  1. Dozens Protest After Doctor is Fired — 10 comments
  2. Whoville Says Third Site Not Acceptable — 6 comments
  3. Council Moves Toward Camping Program — 3 comments
  4. UO to Host TEDx Talk — 2 comments
  5. On the Brink of Blood Shortage — 2 comments

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US Air Force Band Kicks Off Free Tour

EUGENE, Ore. – The United States Air Force Band of the Golden West is kicking off a free concert series in Oregon. The 50-member band is stationed outside of Sacramento, and will kick off the tour Saturday night in Florence. The critically acclaimed musicians travel thousands of miles every year, entertaining audiences with music, fun, … Continue reading »

Near Drowning in Cottage Grove Reservoir

COTTAGE GROVE — A close call for a woman in Cottage Grove Friday morning, after deputies say she nearly drowned in the Cottage Grove Reservoir. Lane County Search and Rescue says the woman was missing for more than an hour and had to be transported by helicopter to RiverBend Hospital. Deputies were called to the … Continue reading »

Huge Crowd for UO Athletics Surplus Sale

Eugene, Ore. — Thousands of duck fans were at the Moshofsky Center Saturday morning, but there wasn’t a game, it was the Annual UO Athletics Surplus Sale. The crowd was huge, filled with people eager to get their hands on football jerseys, helmets, cleats, pads, not to mention basketball shoes and gear, and baseball equipment, … Continue reading »

Students Rally Against Sexual Violence

EUGENE, Ore. — Hundreds of students rallied at the University of Oregon campus Thursday, expressing their anger over how the alleged rape investigation involving three basketball players was handled. Just before noon, students started to gather and very quickly there were hundreds standing together, outraged there wasn’t more action taken after three basketball players were … Continue reading »

Bethel Students Go Green to Help Schools

EUGENE, Ore. — Students in the Bethel School District are going green, and this weekend they’re holding a sale to benefit the environment and their district.. Several Bethel schools have garden programs and every school in the district works hard to compost. This past summer, with support from Bethel and several community partners, a group … Continue reading »

ODFW Helps Families Unplug & Fish

EUGENE, Ore. — Families looking to enjoy the great outdoors got a little help from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Sunday. The ODFW holds free family fishing events all over the state, and each year there are two at the Canoe Canal in Alton Baker park. They provide fishing poles and bate, and … Continue reading »

Taking Advantage of Free Comic Book Day

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A shop in Springfield really got into national Free Comic Book Day Saturday, holding an all-day event for fans. More than 80 people  lined up outside DragonVine on Pioneer Parkway Friday morning. The store gave away free comic books, prizes, and pizza. Based on last year’s turnout, they expected about 1,500 people … Continue reading »

Dozens Protest After Doctor is Fired

FLORENCE, Ore. — Dozens of people took to the streets Thursday, rallying together to support a Florence doctor they believe was wrongfully fired. “I found out when I returned to work after a week vacation, at 8 o’clock on Thursday, April 24th, that I was being terminated with no cause,” said Doctor John Egar. “There … Continue reading »

Hundreds Turn Out to March for Babies

EUGENE, Ore. — People in Eugene joined more than 1,500 other communities around the country Saturday, taking part in the annual March for Babies. Coordinators with the March of Dimes say more than 400 people showed up at Alton Baker Park Saturday morning for the 10k and 3k walks. The mission of the nonprofit is … Continue reading »

Group Holds Student Debt Forum

EUGENE, Ore. — There was a forum on student debt at the UO as part of the GTFFf’s Day of Action. The forum was organized by the group LESS-T, the League of Educators and Students Slashing Tuition. Group members say Friday marks the two-year anniversary of the day student loan debts in the United States … Continue reading »

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