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An Organic way of Life-Adam Bailey

The U.S. Northwest is known for its vibrant environments and vast amounts of local organic farming, all of which being consistently protective through political activism.  In fact, both Portland, 56 restaurants, and Seattle, 78 restaurants, are among the top nine … Continue reading

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Clueless Profile-Adam Bailey

He monitors the activity of every streetlight throughout the greater Eugene’s city limits—daily.  When something goes wrong, he is the guy to call. What he does makes this city run smoothly.               His job is to keep the time … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story Pitch-Adam Bailey

There is no doubt that the term organic has become very popular in today’s culture, especially in Eugene.  The focus of this enterprise story would be the rising popularity as well as a social stigma within the idea of buying … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Issue Short Story

Adam Bailey J361 Downtown Eugene Danger Dealt With  Downtown Eugene addressed residents concerns of safety. Towards the end of January, thanks to the work of city council and local businesses, a downtown police substation was opened up to help with … Continue reading

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Adam Bailey-Clueless Pitch

For my clueless interview I was planning on interviewing city officials and employees of the city who work with the traffic lights.  I will be trying to gain insight into the timing system used mostly on the downtown streets and … Continue reading

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Downtown Neighborhood Assignment #3

Eugene residents have started to question the police presence in the city recently, as the new ordinance is creating tension between the Eugene Police Department and citizens of the city.  However, the Downtown Neighborhood has had issues with the police … Continue reading

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Downtown Neighborhood Interview

On Wednesday afternoon, my group and I set out in the Downtown Neighborhood as the sun was just peaking out of the clouds for the first time in days.  Upon walking around the bus station I met a downtown employee … Continue reading

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