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1 SOU's Matt Sayre looks back on 2020, hopes for return of games in 2021
2 CCC revises softball, soccer schedules for March start
3 Matt Sayre, local tech booster, stepping down from Technology Association of Oregon post
4 NTL announces Academic All-Stars | The Wellsboro/Mansfield Gazette |
5 Lori Lyn Robinson | Obituaries |
6 New York Jets: Robert Saleh hire impact on the QB position
8 BLUECHIP: Sayre: Answering an internet SOS
9 BLUECHIP: Sayre: Bioscience industry looks to Oregon talent
10 SOU temporarily shuts down practices after pair of COVID-19 cases
11 New nonprofit aims to harness, unite Eugenes economic development
12 Volunteers bring internet to Holiday Farm Fire area
13 BLUECHIP: Sayre: Sign of things to come at Knight Campus
14 SOU opts out of conference play in three sports
15 LOCAL ROUNDUP: Muncy boys snap skid in Laporte
16 BLUECHIP: Sayre: Local startup creates environmental testing for COVID-19
17 NAIA decision gives SOU fall teams title hopes
18 SOU spring teams look ahead, work with seniors who may return
19 SOU Athletics Adapts to COVID-19
20 BLUECHIP: ONWARD EUGENE How three Eugene-based startups are navigating unprecedented times
21 Report: Football among SOU sports delayed
22 'Digital town squares' boost internet speeds in mid-sized communities
23 New Hynix plant owners to bring hundreds of manufacturing jobs to Eugene
24 Nonprofit forms to expand broadband access into Springfield
25 Phams | Funerals |
26 Pistole returns to lead SOU softball program
27 Shuttered Hynix factory in Eugene again up for auction
28 Reboot of Hynix factory could bring hundreds of jobs, new owner says
29 SOU men still waiting for clearance to practice
30 Legendary SOU coach Bob Riehm passes away
31 Former Hynix plant sold in $6.3 million deal
32 BLUECHIP: ONWARD EUGENE In business, purpose matters
33 Onward Career Tours connects students with Eugene employers
34 Kahle: Rebuilding Blue River begins with you
35 SOU shuts down athletics practices after two people test positive for COVID-19
36 BLUECHIP: April 7, 2020
37 Hynix building for sale at auction this month
38 Tech association hires new exec to lead in Southern Willamette Valley
39 Surface testing startup in Eugene is working to stop spread of COVID-19 nation-wide
40 Biotech Happy Hour looks to aid laid off workers after Philips closes local operation
41 Longtime SOU football coach moving on, but not far
42 The Technology Sector: When Google says no
43 Sayre comes alive with Christmas Parade | Local/Regional
44 BLUECHIP: Tech Sector
45 Cascade Conference pushes basketball back to January
46 Discounted New Years Eve rides offered in Eugene-Springfield
47 BLUECHIP: March 3, 2020
48 Event To Help Departing Philips Employees Find Work
49 Eagles stretched by Sayre | Sports |
50 Innovation Beat: SuperShroom, Create-a-thon and spinouts
51 Oregon’s stake in $6 trillion prospect
52 Downtown Eugenes high-speed internet may expand to Springfield thanks to $100,000 grant
53 NJ football rankings: Statewide Top 25 after Week 7
54 High Hopes for Expanding Broadband Access in Oregon
55 Sayre Christmas Parade to ring in season with COVID considerations
56 A Healthy Exchange – Eugene Weekly
57 Onward Eugene: New nonprofit aims to help 'companies who produce products here'
58 The Rev. Charles Sayre, former Haddonfield United Methodist Church pastor, dies at 100
59 Sayre back in school after COVID-19 closure (free to read)
60 Joseph Matthew “Matt” Slater Sr.
61 Vote for The Advocate's Male Athlete of the Week
62 Sayre property taxes going up for first time since 2011
63 Cannabis could be cash crop for Vermont colleges
64 SOU to remain open as it responds to coronavirus
65 Fredrick H. Frisbie | Obituaries |
66 What you need to know about youth versus college athlete restrictions and recruitment
67 Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and for How Much—Through Art Basel Miami Beach’s Online Viewing Room
68 Will Arcimoto charge up the electric vehicle market?
69 Uber and Lyft take to the streets of Eugene and Springfield
70 Rashid Johnson, Anicka Yi, and Other Art Stars Twist Reality and Truth in This East Hampton Show—See Images Here
71 Symantec to lay off 24 employees in Springfield after sale to Broadcom
72 Get to know Berkeley Heights Township Council Candidate Bret Sayre (D): Week 3 Question
73 A Special Message from Susan Poage and Bret Sayre
74 Sayre graduation back at Riverfront Park | Local/Regional |
75 Arcimoto Hosts Uber's Return to Eugene, Oregon
76 Biotech Happy Hour aims to connect local firms with Philips employees facing layoffs
77 Vikings hold off LC for second win
78 Viking football getting ready for the 2020 season
79 Vikings roll Buckhannon-Upshur in Sayre’s debut as head coach
80 Sayre SRO confirmed with COVID-19 (free to read)
81 Atlanta Falcons finding a way to get Matt Hennessy on the field
82 List of Candidates Who Passed the October 2020 Bar Exam | New York Law Journal
83 West Virginia All-State Football Vikings well-represented on AAA team
84 Societal Problems, High Tech Solutions – Eugene Weekly
85 City Club of Eugene: What You Need To Know About The Tech Industry In Eugene
86 Tech industry solves community challenges at Hack for a Cause
87 MIDWEEK MIDLINE: 'Herd' who was in town? | Sports |
88 Matthew A. Cook
89 Sayre, Bugara two key cogs for hopeful Lakeland/Panas
90 Louisiana law and departures could reshape Orleans Parish Juvenile Court in 2021
91 Meet the Logo30: Justin Sayre
92 Matt Land named 2019 Don Shula NFL H.S. Coach of the Year
93 Oklahoma ups COVID-19 response in state prisons after deaths of inmates, staff
94 SOU tabs Ashland's Hall as new coach
95 Football: All-Super Football Conference teams
96 Sports-Betting Operator DraftKings Set to Go Public
97 Pennsylvania’s top college football prospects in the Class of 2021: Ranked (Updated)
98 Fyre 2.0 Coming to Eugene
99 Confronting anti-Blackness at Princeton University's policy school
100 2020 NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field All-America