Cyd Dutcher

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Name: Cyd Dutcher
Date registered: August 28, 2013

Latest posts

  1. 2 Arrested after Search Warrant — February 27, 2015
  2. Bug Killing Azaleas and Rhododendrons — February 27, 2015
  3. Student Arrested with Replica Rifle — January 9, 2015
  4. A Thousand Flights Delayed Sunday — November 30, 2014
  5. Tackling Tobacco Trends — November 24, 2014

Most commented posts

  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. Linn County Sheriff to Retire — 2 comments
  5. On the Brink of Blood Shortage — 2 comments

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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 »

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 »

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