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Eugene-curious? These homes are on the market

Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: Rare opportunity to own this historic home in the University Area. Built in 1901 with attractive period details like hardwood flooring and elliptical archway.

Why Provo-based SmartyStreets and its #GirlDad CEO entered into $2M agreement with every BYU female athlete

BYU senior Anna Camp-Bennett finished first with a time of 4:08.53 to clinch her first national championship in the 1,500-meter final Saturday at the NCAA women's outdoor track and field championships at historic Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, June 12, 2021. (Nate Edwards, BYU Photo) PROVO — Why can't somebody do that for the talented young women on campus?

Cannabis Goes Green

Emerald Valley Gardens, a small cannabis gardening shop near Springfield, is bustling with customers. At the register, owner Madeline Thomas answers questions about where to find the right pots or which brands to buy for first-time growers. Shelves are lined with nutrients and soil, and draped with leafy trailing plants.

Harvard’s decision to ditch fossil fuel holdings reflects a shift

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Western Oregon Women: Jennifer Richardson

EUGENE, Ore. - “I just looked at my babies and I said I don’t want to miss out on things,” said Jennifer Richardson, the owner of Richardson Media. “I’ve had a great career so far, but I want to be there, and I don’t want to wake up at 2:30 in the morning and not be there for them. “

EW Should Step Into The Breach

Although I understand Eugene Weekly’s desire to support good local news coverage (Slant, 9/9), the truth is we no longer have a good local newspaper to support. The quality of The Register Guard’s coverage of local news has decreased steadily and dramatically. More often than not the paper reprints drivel from USA Today. Missing a day of publishing the paper on Labor Day was almost a welcome relief.

Check out these townhomes for sale in Eugene

(EUGENE, OR) These Eugene townhomes offer the best of urban living. With the vibrancy of a neighborhood scene just around the corner, but the space to do your own thing, they’re a unique combination of youthful energy and grownup flexibility.

On The Waterfront

The Willamette River runs for 187 miles, starting in Lane County and flowing into the Columbia near Portland. But there’s about 450 feet of that riverfront in Glenwood that the city of Springfield is inviting developers to send in proposals for. The Glenwood area is home to one of the...
Emerald Media

Eugene Saturday Market, Lane County Farmers Market navigate pandemic

The Eugene Saturday Market and Lane County Farmers Market have had to limit their capacities throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. While reducing in-person shopping has hurt some vendors, online sales and a heightened interest in local shopping have allowed others to flourish. Vanessa Roy, the marketing manager for the Eugene Saturday...
Corvallis Gazette-Times

3 Bedroom Home in Brownsville - $280,000

New price! Here's your opportunity to own a well cared for, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with an office. The home offers an open concept with a spacious kitchen, tons of storage, master suite complete with a full bath and walk in closet with built in's. Great separation of space, good sized bedrooms, and indoor laundry. Enjoy a quiet evening on the expansive back deck overlooking the easy maintenance back yard. This home is located at the edge of town with easy access to I-5, Eugene/Albany/Corvallis.