An Oregon winemaker with roots in New Zealand grows award-winning sauvignon blanc and pinot noir on two continents.
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Upstream Adventures co-owner Quin Slocumb loves showing people the view from a river, and thanks to a lack of guides running through Oakridge, a 6-mile section of the Middle Fork of the Willamette River is an undiscovered gem.
It’s no surprise that the Cascade Range, to the east of Eugene, is full of dramatic, splashy waterfalls. But heading out west, to the Coast Range, reveals some hikes that are not as steep but just as scenic as their Cascadian cousins.
Eggs are rich in symbolic meaning and are abundant in spring, a time universally recognized as a new beginning. A plain egg is fine for symbolizing renewal and rebirth, but surely a decorated one does the job even better.
Selecting a financial planner is one of the most important decisions you’ll make — and one of the most important business relationships you’ll ever have. It pays to make sure you select one you can have a good relationship with from the start.
OLLI is one of several lifelong learning programs in Lane County for active seniors who want to continue being curious. Lane Community College’s Successful Aging Institute now partners with more than 40 diverse nonprofit, governmental and business organizations to meet its mission of enhancing the lives of older adults. All of the local park and […]
Saving for the future is easy with a 401(k), but there are some things to think about. What happens to the money if you change jobs? What are your options if an employer doesn’t offer a 401(k)? What is a 401(k), anyway?
Deena and Matthew Crandall met in 1987 through a mutual friend. They dated and married 22 years ago, and like most young couples, anticipated parenthood. Deena endured two miscarriages, however, before realizing that she could not have children. This grief, powerful though it was — and in truth, still is — helps the couple counsel […]
Rebecca Larson, public relations and development director at St. Vincent de Paul, uses everything she can until it’s worn out. And even then, she’ll most likely find a way to reuse some part of it. Just now, Rebecca has a full skirt in a floral pattern with shades of aqua, and a canvas tote bag […]
Five local landscape companies were allotted 300 to 500 square feet to decorate at will for the Lane County Home and Garden Show. Even though winter’s chill still clings to the Willamette Valley, visitors who stroll through these mini-gardens will be surrounded by color, light and warmth.