Cyd Dutcher

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Name: Cyd Dutcher
Date registered: August 28, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Tackling Tobacco Trends — November 24, 2014
  2. UO Students Support Love Your Melon Day — October 22, 2014
  3. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Rainwater — October 22, 2014
  4. Tree Falls in Eugene Neighborhood — October 22, 2014
  5. Local Teens Tackle Workplace Issues — October 17, 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. UO to Host TEDx Talk — 2 comments
  5. On the Brink of Blood Shortage — 2 comments

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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 »

Graduate Teaching Fellows Rally at UO

EUGENE, Ore. — Hundreds of graduate teaching fellows rallied at the University of Oregon on Friday. They say their contract has expired, and the university is refusing to bring a fair, new contract to the table. There are about 1,400 GTFs at the UO. They attend graduate school and teach, instructing about one-third of all … Continue reading »

FDA Proposes E-Cigarette Rules

EUGENE, Ore. — A potential government crack-down could happen soon on the increasingly popular products known as e-cigarettes. The Food and Drug Administration announced proposed regulations Thursday, and it has the medical industry and local e-cigarette businesses buzzing. Emerald Vapors is a shop Eugene that sells 40 different flavors of e-cigarette products. Currently the FDA … Continue reading »

Drug-Related Deaths Up 33% in Lane Co.

EUGENE, Ore. — Drug-related deaths were up 33% in Lane County last year, compared to the year before. The Oregon State Medical Examiner’s Office found Lane County saw one of the most notable increases with 20 deaths last year, five more than the year before. Thirteen of the 20 deaths were meth related, nine blamed … Continue reading »

Drive-by Dart Attacks in West Eugene

Eugene, Ore. — Police are trying to find out who’s behind a string of drive-by dart attacks in West Eugene. So far, three people say they’ve been hit by 4-inch darts. The attacks happened between April first, and the 17th. The first pedestrian was hit near Roosevelt and Foch, the second on 13th and Chambers, … Continue reading »

EPD Continues to Investigate Man’s Death

EUGENE, Ore. — Exactly one month after a man was found dead in his home in west Eugene, police say they’re still working on the investigation. Police are calling the death of 61-year-old Russell Lee Penn a homicide but aren’t releasing any other information, including how he died. His body was found on March 24 … Continue reading »

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