Matt Templeman

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Name: Matt Templeman
Date registered: July 1, 2013

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  1. BMWCMF Offers Mobile App — August 15, 2014
  2. BMWCMF Improves Signage — August 15, 2014
  3. BMWCMF Unveils Stage Changes — August 15, 2014
  4. Blake Shelton Fan Excited for Concert — August 15, 2014
  5. Festival Announces Boise Show — August 14, 2014

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  3. Blake Shelton Fan Excited for Concert — 1 comment

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Brew to Moo

EUGENE, Ore. – A lot of people will argue a good burger and a good beer go hand in hand. In more ways than one, they do. Using spent brewer grains is not a new practice, it’s been around more than a hundred years. It’s a cost cutter on many ends, convenient and the results … Continue reading »

Pearl Buck Center Expanding

EUGENE, Ore. — Six years after moving into their new space, a local nonprofit is bursting at the seams and expanding again. The Pearl Buck Center helps people with developmental disabilities learn skills and find work. Clients with a range of abilities do packaging work at their west Eugene facility. One their biggest business partners … Continue reading »

Chambers Gives Historical Donation to UO

EUGENE, Ore. — Roughly 50 years of historical moments, breaking news, broadcasts, and sporting events, captured by KEZI journalists have all been boxed at Chambers Communications and handed over to the University of Oregon. “You can’t really put a monetary value on collections like this. They have deep cultural, historical value,” said James Fox, UO … Continue reading »

Veterans to Receive Honorary Diplomas

ELKTON, Ore. — A special ceremony will be held Thursday in Douglas County to honor veterans. Veterans will receive honorary diplomas from Elkton Charter School. It’s an annual event generating pride for the red, white, and blue in a blue collar town. The Veterans Day ceremony begins at 10 a.m. at Elkton Charter School, and … Continue reading »

Rotarians Honor Duck Race Contributors

EUGENE, Ore. — Great Rotary Duck Race organizers celebrated a job well done Tuesday. Hundreds of Rotarians gathered to recognize and award top ticket sellers and volunteers. In all, more than $341,000 was raised to help six local nonprofits fight child abuse and neglect in Lane County. More than 68,000 ducks were sold. Dale Hartley … Continue reading »

Duck Fans Raising Money for Medical Care

EUGENE, Ore. — You can help make a world of difference in a different part of the world simply by watching an Oregon Duck Football game. By watching the Ducks play Stanford, you help give somebody an opportunity to see for the first time. Click on the video above to find out how. For more … Continue reading »

Hole Putting Green at Bandon Dunes

BANDON, Ore. — There’s a new 18-hole challenge for golfers on the south Oregon Coast. Bandon Dunes has created an 18-hole putting green called the Punch Bowl. There are only a few of these anywhere in the world. It opened about a month ago, and you can play it through Oct. 31. It takes about … Continue reading »

Community Creates Art from Beach Trash

BANDON, Ore. – It’s estimated there’s 11 million tons of trash floating in the North Pacific Ocean. Every year, 100,000 marine mammals and sea turtles die getting tangled up in it. Progress to reduce ocean pollution is being made in Bandon on the south Oregon coast. One bottle, one flip-flop, one small piece of plastic … Continue reading »

Beach Trash Washed Ashore Made into Art

BANDON, Ore. — Eye opening–it’s one way to describe a small exhibit at Valley River Center in Eugene this weekend. And it’s just a sliver of a bigger display on the south Oregon Coast telling the story of how plastic is destroying our oceans. Bandon is known for its beautiful beaches. They are one of … Continue reading »

Duck Race to Benefit Looking Glass

EUGENE, Ore. — If you could give one dollar and get four dollars value in return, would you? You probably would, and that’s why it’s critical that local nonprofit Looking Glass get every dollar or duck that it can. The youth and family service provider is one of six nonprofits receiving funding from the upcoming … Continue reading »

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