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Elevated levels of coronavirus found in Oregon wastewaterLucas County health authorities are warning residents of eastern Lucas County that area coronavirus cases may go up, after levels of coronavirus fragments...

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Restaurant Spotlight: Local Dining OptionsIn search of new dining options to add to your rotation? We've partnered with Portland restaurants to bring you this sponsored round-up!

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AROUND OREGON: Small businesses vow lawsuit unless Oregon compensates pandemic lossesA notice from business owners warning the state of a lawsuit does not challenge governor's authority, but says shutdowns affected owners.

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What the World Needs Now Is a New Nancy Meyers FilmEven if youve never heard director Nancy Meyers name, you are probably familiar with her oeuvre.

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Henry Miller: the October calm on the Oregon CoastHenry Miller: It's called the Pacific Ocean for a reason, and it's remarkable how often in October it lives up to the name.

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Sarah Clarke: Finding meaningful activity while shut townI always like it when I Have someone in the Artichoke Music Café who I've enjoyed and admired but have neve met.

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How Hippo Hardware Became Famous for Turning Portland, Oregon's Trash into TreasureSeattle may have the 'everything store.' But Stumptown has this 'everything else store.'

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Good Morning, News: Breonna Taylor Verdict Ignites Protests, Beaten Photojournalist Sues Cops, and Trump Refuses a Peaceful Election TransitionWe need your help. The economic fallout of the coronavirus crisis is threatening our ability to keep producing the quality reporting you've come to love.

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Geer Park Open House #2Geer Park Design Options Now Available: Your Input is Needed You are invited to the second Open House for the Geer Park master plan update.

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Oregon Businesses Threatening to Sue Over Virus RestrictionsSeveral Oregon businesses have threatened a class action lawsuit against the state over COVID-19 restrictions implemented by Gov.

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Shop Small in Monmouth OregonShop Small in Monmouth Oregon and book a stay at MaMere's Guest house, walking distance to Western Oregon University and downtown.

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Watching bugs in a stump led to modern chainsawLogger Joe Cox, watching "timber worms" chew through a log, wondered, "How do they do that?"

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2 people remain missing in Oregon's devastating wildfiresNine people have died and two are still considered missing in Oregon's devastating wildfires. Law enforcement officials in the four counties hit hardest say that while the situation remains somewhat fluid, most people managed to evacuate safely, and they don't think the death toll will continue to rise.

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Walton Lecture to feature president and CEO of Oregon Mutual Insurance CompanyPULLMAN, Wash. – Steve Patterson, president and CEO of Oregon Mutual Insurance Company, will present “Risky Business: Regulated Insurers in Catastrophic Times” from 5–6:15 p.m.

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Quack Fix 9-24-20: Decision DayUnfortunately, the decision isn't based on Larry Scott's employment.

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96 Minute Wait for Police After 911 CallThis is in Portland. Intruder with knife, boy being held: No Portland police response for 1 hour, 36 minutes Guy with a knife threatening a kid and his dad.

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Lowest-paid Oregon workers most impacted by COVID-19 layoffs, state economists sayImpact of the coronavirus recession on state revenue was negligible over the past few months, but Oregon's lowest-paid workers have borne the brunt.

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Henry Miller: the October calm on the Oregon CoastHenry Miller: It's called the Pacific Ocean for a reason, and it's remarkable how often in October it lives up to the name.

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Trump is a killerI believe Donald Trump intentionally downplayed Covid in order to thin the herd. Anyone who continues to support Trump after hearing the tapes is morally defective.

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For Oregon's Displaced, Wildfires are Just the BeginningAs the spate of wildfires in Oregon begins to quiet - and the world's eyes turn elsewhere - it's just the beginning for thousands of people displaced from their homes.

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LoadedI have to help load customer's cars with their groceries. Customers who are perfectly able bodied in many cases.

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Baby Yoda cheers wildfire fighters thanks to Oregon manBaby Yoda cheers wildfire fighters thanks to Oregon man, Local News, Portland local News, Breaking News alerts for Portland city.

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Oregon's breweries, wineries hit hardest by COVID-19Many in Oregon's hard-hit food and beverage industry believe a COVID-19 vaccine would be life-changing for the future of their industry and their livelihoods.

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A smoke-shortened monthWednesday Sept. 9, I first noted smoke as part of our day. We continued to spend time outdoors as we learned about the AQI and began following it as closely as we do Covid-19 stats.

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Johnson Hall at University of Oregon gets tagged with graffitiEUGENE, Ore. — Johnson Hall on the University of Oregon campus has been tagged with graffiti following the Black Lives Matter rally that took place in Eugene on Wednesday night.

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Shellburg Falls area 'hit pretty hard' by Beachie Creek Fire, as public asked to stay outOne of Oregon's most beloved waterfalls was "hit pretty hard" by the Beachie Creek Fire, forest officials told the Statesman Journal on Wednesday.

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Off duty firefighter dies on Archie Creek Fire in OregonSeptember 23, 2020-8:22 p.m. PDT A heavy equipment operator passed away on the Archie Creek Fire in Western Oregon.

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Officials Shift to Recovery From Oregon WildfiresOregon's wildfires have "turned a corner" as firefighters continue to make significant progress containing the flames, but Oregonians still face a long road to recovery, Governor Kate Brown said Wednesday.

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The Oregon Coastline Shower Curtain for Sale by Cathy AndersonThis shower curtain is made from 100% polyester fabric and includes 12 holes at the top of the curtain for simple hanging.

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Ladd's Addition Rose GardenLadds Addition is a neighborhood on Portlands Eastside. The neighborhood is surrounded by roads with restaurants and cafes.

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Fresh Hopes, Fresh HopsIt's that time of year—summer turning to fall, the leaves changing, and in beer-land, time to enjoy the fresh-hop beers found in abundance right now.

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Barn in Oregon Shower Curtain for Sale by Cathy AndersonOur shower curtains are made from 100% polyester fabric and include 12 holes at the top of the curtain for simple hanging from your own shower curtain rings.

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Oregon, Washington schools edge closer to meeting in-person learning requirementsAs students begin their distance learning because of the coronavirus pandemic, some Oregon and Washington counties are getting close to hitting benchmarks to start in-person learning.

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A Group for Veggie RunnersDid you know that there's a local group geared toward supporting people who live vegan and vegetarian lifestyles?

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Thrive Cooking TutorialThe holiday season is notorious for fatty foods and heavy meals; health isn't typically in the picture.

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Giving Back, In More Ways Than OneAs the smoke clears and locals slowly return to their day-to-day lives, many Central Oregonians remain displaced, distressed and without homes to return to—their lives upturned for the foreseeable future.

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Gonna try with a little help from my friends and cuz it's been rough!

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Photojournalist Sues City and Police Officers For Injuries at Portland ProtestTeri Jacobs, an independent photojournalist, is suing the city of Portland and a group of Portland Police Bureau officers for injuries she sustained while covering a protest last month.

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FEMA, Oregon Attorney General, warn of wildfire-related scamsAs fires continue to burn in Oregon, there is concern that wildfire victims could be victimized by scams.

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Wheel of DystopiaJen Sorensen’s comics and illustrations have appeared in the The Nation, NPR.org, Ms. Magazine, The Progressive, Politico, Daily Kos, Fusion, The Nib, AlterNet, Truthout, MAD, Nickelodeon, The Los Angeles Times, The Austin Chronicle, The Village Voice, In These Times, The Book of Jezebel, and dozens of other...

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'Thank you to The Oregon National Guard personnel for serving with us'National Guard units in Oregon prepared in advance for fire season by renewing their certifications as wildland firefighters - and training additional troops to be prepared to deploy if needed.

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Good Afternoon, News: Proud Boys Denied Park Permit, Good Wildfire News, and No Justice for Breonna TaylorInvestigative journalism site Bellingcat has a story about leaked chats from the far right-wing Patriot Coalition of Oregon who suggest mass shootings and violent attacks on Portland protesters as well as disguising themselves as Antifa so they can beat journalists and then blame it on members of the left.

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Sea lions take shelter as storm approaches Oregon CoastCaption: Michael Boehme shared a video of sea lions on the sand on the leeward side of a large rock at Simpson Reef on Wednesday as a storm approached the Oregon Coast.

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Free Will AstrologyWeek of September 24Libran poet Robert Pinsky has had a triumphant life. He has published 19 books, including his own poems and essays, as well as translations of Italian and Polish poetry.

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Top Oregon Democrats considering suing Gov. Kate Brown over vetoesHouse Speaker Tina Kotek, D-Portland, and Senate President Peter Courtney, D-Salem, speak to the media in the Oregon State Capitol Building, declaring the 2020 legislative session over on Thursday due to the Republican walkout.

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This Modern Worldweek of September 24The thing that ate America's Brain.

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Oregon businesses threaten to sue state over coronavirus restrictionsA trio of Oregon businesses say they will sue the state if it does not pay up for costly closures related to COVID-19 restrictions issued by Gov.

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Oregon State Police and Multnomah County Sheriff Won't Help Portland Police With Crowd Control at Saturday's Proud Boy RallyThey cite Mayor Ted Wheeler's ban on tear gas. Portland police pushed protesters back to make way for firefighters to extinguish a mattress fire at a Sept.

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Crabbing, clamming on Oregon Coast reopens to non-residents October 7SALEM, Ore. – Don't live in Oregon? Want to clam or crab in Oregon? You've been out of luck since April 11, when the state closed clamming and crabbing to non-residents to discourage travel - and combat the spread of the coronavirus.

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Matt WuerkerWeek of September 24Smoke Shelters Highlight a Need for a Low-Barrier Winter Warming Shelter for Bend.

The Source Weekly - Bend Shared .

Fire Update: More Rain This Week Will Help, But Some Fires Will Last to OctoberState firefighters are continuing to make progress on wildfires that ravaged the state of Oregon this monthand the forecast of rain in the next few days should help quell the fires more.

Portland Mercury Shared .

Meet Joe BackupMeet Joe Backup The guy I'm seeing is super attentive and affectionate when we're together, but then he always falls off the grid.

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An Embarrassment of Reading RichesAs the pandemic grew earlier this year, many publishers pushed their big titles back to the fall.

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Oregon Department of Education bans Confederate flags from school groundsThe Center Square)  The Confederate flag is the latest emblem to be designated as a hate symbol by Oregon's state education board this week.

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Sisters HS graduate, 18, killed in S. Oregon crashGRANTS PASS, Ore. – An 18-year-old Sisters resident was killed early Wednesday in a single-vehicle crash in Josephine County, Oregon State Police reported.

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Smoke Shelters Highlight a Need for a Low-Barrier Winter Warming Shelter for BendThis month's hazardous air quality brought up an issue that, while never completely forgotten, seems to slip into the background with the first blush of spring.

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Letters to the EditorService and sacrifice; a Vietnam vet on why the president is not fit to be commander-in-chief.

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Duck Insider 9-23-20Jerry Allen goes fishing with De'Anthony Thomas. Plus, inside the nutrition department with senior sports dietician Nikki Jupe discussing meals for athletes, the importance of nutrition for performance, her career and more.

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Kor's First Project Emerges from the GroundBeing a real estate professional in today's scorching real estate market and seeing home sale prices at an all-time high, the need for affordable housing is glaringly obvious.

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Days after COVID-19 diagnosis, Oregon State student hasn't received answersAfter testing positive for COVID-19 at move-in last week, an Oregon State University student says he hasn't heard from the university or Benton County about how to move forward.

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Oregon Governor Kate Brown, California Zero-Emission Vehicle AnnouncementGovernor Kate Brown Issues Statement on California Zero-Emission Vehicle Announcement Portland, Â Kate Brown today issued the following statement on Governor Gavin Newsom's announcement that California will require all new passenger vehicles to emit zero emissions by 2035: "From pick-up trucks to minivans, the future of vehicles in this country...

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Rubble and AshAs 30 different wildfires continue to burn—so vast they can be seen from space—toxic flames that blanketed the West Coast have forced many Central Oregonians to grapple with this grim and historic event, first-hand.

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New Savage Love: Missed ConnectionsMarried guy here. Im 33, the wife is 31. Our fifth anniversary is next month but weve been together for almost eight years.

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Fresh Hop Beers to Try in Portland Before They're Gone: Fall 2020 EditionDouble Mountain Brewery's new "Killer" fresh hop series is made with over eight pounds of fresh Willamette Valley hops per barrel.

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Ahead of Saturday's Proud Boys Rally, the Oregon Legislature's People of Color Caucus Calls for Portlanders to Stay Home"Let's not empower them with our presence," the lawmakers wrote. Opposing protesters face off in Gresham in August 2020.

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Will Wildfire Smoke Have Long-Term Effects?The recent rash of wildfires across the western United States has destroyed small towns, burned thousands of acres of forests, displaced hundreds of people and created a super plume of smoke that currently stretches across the U.S. and parts of the Atlantic Ocean.

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Watch: Gov. Brown Holds Wildfire Press BriefingOregon Governor Kate Brown will hold a wildfire press conference on Wednesday, September 23 at 1:00 p.m.

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Oregon's Latest Budget Projections Reveal ‘Shocking' Improvement From Last ForecastsState economists now expect the pandemic won't cut meaningfully into revenues for the current budget.

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Backers of Metro Transportation Funding Measure Say Climate Change Is on the BallotAn unexpectedly contentious political fight over a Metro transportation funding measure is shaping up to pit big business interests against environmental concernsand Portland area voters will have the final say in November.

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Oregon is entering a ‘new stage of this fight' with wildfires, Gov. Brown saysKate Brown described the scene after visiting a burn in Southern Oregon and expressed hope for more progress moving forward.

Jefferson Public Radio Shared .

Revealed: pro-Trump activists plotted violence ahead of Portland ralliesPatriots Coalition members suggested political assassinations and said ‘laws will be broken, people will get hurt', leaked chats show.

The Guardian Shared .

The ultimate union bustingFor 40 years the GOP has been attacking organized labor quite successfully. The GOP has and continues to use gerrymandering to keep control of our Federal Government, enacting policies that the majority of the American population finds unacceptable.

Portland Mercury Shared .

Oregon Coronavirus Relief Fund awards $25.7 million in grants to help arts and culture groups survive the pandemicThe Coronavirus Relief Fund Cultural Support grants, which average $41,458, will go to 621 organizations around the state.

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Remembering which former Oregon quarterbacks made NFL startsHerbert is obviously not the first former Oregon quarterback to make an NFL start. He became the 15th former Oregon signal caller to do so on Sunday against the Chiefs.

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Oregon's latest budget projections reveal ‘shocking' improvement from last forecastsState economists now expect the pandemic won't cut meaningfully into revenues for the current budget.

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Oregon to see low fire potential for the next seven daysThe rest of the week in the Portland metro area is set to see some rain through to Sunday, and normalized wind paired with this precipitation could help our region get beyond the current emergency facing the region.

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PBOT set to break ground on NW Broadway protected bike lanesThe City of Portland announced plans Tuesday afternoon to break ground October 3rd on one of their Central City in Motion projects that will bring a host significant changes to cycling conditions on Broadway between SW Oak and the Broadway Bridge.

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What former Oregon assistant football coaches are doing nowOregon long boasted an assistant coaching staff that essentially suffered no turnover from year-to-year. Under head coaches Chip Kelly and Mark Helfrich, the staff stayed nearly identical.

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Oregon issues insurance emergency order for wildfire victimsSALEM, Ore. – Insurance companies are being told they need to allow Oregonians extra time to file wildfire insurance claims.

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Oregon Gov. Kate Brown Statement on September Revenue ForecastGovernor Kate Brown today issued the following statement about the state’s September revenue forecast: “Today’s revenue forecast is a testament to the resiliency of Oregonians and to how we—as a state—have been able to manage the COVID-19 pandemic by working together.

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Oregon issues insurance emergency order for wildfire victimsSALEM, Ore. – Insurance companies are being told they need to allow Oregonians extra time to file wildfire insurance claims.

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My View: Phil Henderson, Deschutes County Commission Republican candidate a–¶Phil Henderson, Republican candidate for Deschutes County Commission, joins Editor Nicole Vulcan of the Source Weekly for "My View," a video series inviting local candidates to share their views on a host of topics ahead of the 2020 election, while sitting in front of a view they enjoy.

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Johnson shocked by Oregon fire devastationOregon fires prompted evacuations and destroyed towns - and put Ceres High School grad Conner Johnson and his Southern Oregon University dormmates on standby for evacuation.

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Despite pandemic-induced recession, Oregon tax revenues continue to growTax revenues are up in Oregon despite high unemployment and "a Great Recession-sized hole," according to the state revenue forecast released Wednesday by the Oregon Office of Economic Analysis.

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Young woman from Sisters killed in Josephine County crashA Central Oregon woman was killed in a Josephine County crash early Wednesday morning. Oregon State Police said just after 12:00 a.m.

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Oregon misstated evacuation figures in chaos of wildfires People wildfires AP Oregon PeopleAs wildfires raged across Oregon, state officials sent out a statement saying 500,000 people had been evacuated to escape encroaching flames.

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Toxic ash makes it difficult for residents to clean up in Oregon cityGATES, Ore. – Residents in Gates are ready to pick up the pieces after fire tore through their town, but health concerns are holding them back.

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Final Key Provisions of Oregon's Workplace Fairness Act Take Effect October 1, 2020In the summer of 2019, Oregon enacted the Oregon Workplace Fairness Act , which imposed sweeping new requirements on Oregon employers in response to the #MeToo movement.

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Oregon Grieves For Natural Places Wiped Out By WildfiresOregonians are grieving the loss of some of their most treasured natural places after wildfires wiped out campgrounds, hot springs and wooded retreats that have been touchstones for generations in a state known for its unspoiled beauty.

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Hiker Wandering Through Oregon Forest Enjoying Vibrant Reds And Golds Of FallSUMMER LAKE, OR—Saying the blazing orange hues always put him in a certain autumnal state of mind, local hiker Jeff Sanders spent Wednesday morning wandering through an Oregon forest to enjoy the vibrant reds and golds of fall.

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Good Morning, News: Oregon's COVID Uptick, Wheeler's Pre-Election Threat, and the Plan to Stop Future TrumpsWe need your help. The economic fallout of the coronavirus crisis is threatening our ability to keep producing the quality reporting you've come to love.

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Bremik Construction: Lents Commons TISUB-BIDS REQUESTED Lents Commons TI Bids Due: 9/30/20 at 2pm Lents Commons TI is a 3,691sf tenant improvement for Prosper Portland in a new grey shell space.

Daily Journal Of Commerce Shared .

Coronavirus: Oregon worries over COVID-19 threat from IdahoOregon is still unsure how to deal with the coronavirus threat from Idaho.

Deseret News Shared .

Oregon misstated evacuation figures in chaos of wildfiresSALEM, Ore. — As wildfires raged across Oregon, state officials sent out a statement saying 500,000 people had been evacuated to escape encroaching flames.

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Even In A Bubble, NBA Playoff History Is Repeating ItselfWhat if I told you the Milwaukee Bucks underachieved after another Giannis Antetokounmpo MVP season?

Oregon Sports News Shared .

Ravens Top Odds Ranking Bet, Chiefs Took SecondThe 2020 NFL campaign started a few weeks ago and will take a 17-week playoff schedule before heading to the Super Bowl LV.

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Quack Fix 9-23-20: The Ducks are ReadyTakeaways from Justin Herbert's NFL debut that Duck fans already knew Sco Chargers!

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Oregon Marijuana Businesses Impacted By Wildfires Are Ineligible For Federal Relief, Agency ConfirmsSmall businesses impacted by recent wildfires in Oregon are now eligible for federal disaster relief—unless that business happens to be marijuana-related, that is.

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First real portable chainsaw invented in OregonIn 1947, loggers had basically all the comforts of modern life: they lived in modern homes with their families, commuted to work in reliable cars, lunched on bologna sandwiches wrapped in cellphane, and enjoyed hot coffee out of Thermos bottles.

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US Air Force: Kingsley Field firefighters save local homes from catastrophic fireIn the late evening of Sept. 7, the Kingsley Field Fire Department, part of the 173rd Fighter Wing of the Oregon Air National Guard, received a dispatch call for assistance for a wildland fire burning near Chiloquin, a neighboring community north of the small town in the southwest corner of Oregon.

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More windy weather could bring back flames in Oregon's smoldering burnsWildfires have stopped spreading rapidly after rain. And while some of the first precipitation is forecast for parts of Southern Oregon, theres also a chance that wind could help bring back the flames.

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Oregon wildfires burning underground pose threat, firefighter warns 'you do not want to fall into this'As evacuations continue in some Oregon communities due to ongoing wildfires, a volunteer firefighter is warning about why it's still too dangerous for many to come home.

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A Risk Assessor Says the State of Oregon Lost Court Cases It Should Have Settled—and Punished Her for Speaking UpThis is the second time this summer that the Oregon Department of Justice has faced allegations of misogyny.

Willamette Week Shared .

We Asked the Candidates for Oregon Secretary of State if They're Confident All Ballots Will Be CountedAs Oregonians weigh their choices for November, we start quizzing the candidates. A postal worker at a Portland home.

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Despite pandemic-induced recession, Oregon tax revenues continue to growTax revenues are up in Oregon despite high unemployment and "a Great Recession-sized hole," according to the state revenue forecast released Wednesday by the Oregon Office of Economic Analysis.

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Scott Frost Was Absolutely Right About Recruiting to OregonOregon is hot on the recruiting trail right now. Just last week, Oregon landed 2022 recruit Andre Dollar over Scott Frost and Nebraska.

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Oregon's largest wildfire surpasses 200K acres; blaze near Lincoln City now 100% containedThe Lionshead fire west of Warm Springs grew over 4,500 acres to a cumulative 203,420 acres, according to daily figures reported Wednesday by the National Interagency Coordination Center.

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The Futures So BrightThere is and will be a continued debate with education. It will be the newest war on how it's conducted.

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How will wildfire smoke impact Oregon's wine industry?How will wildfire smoke impact wine industry?, Local News, Newberg local News, Breaking News alerts for Newberg city.

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Oregon Senate delays state transparency official's confirmation following clash over independenceThe job security of Oregon's top government transparency official is in question this week, after journalists raised concerns that Becky Chiao, who is serving as Oregon's public records advocate but has yet to be confirmed to the role, vehemently opposed a plan to make her office independent from the governor in writing and public comments last...

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Oregon farmworkers report inconsistent COVID-19 safety practicesOregon's agricultural laborers have faced heightened risks during the coronavirus pandemic, and some continue to report insufficient access to personal protective equipment and a lack of social distancing at work sites, along with inconsistent access to COVID-19 testing.

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Oregon Fires Through The Eyes Of A New MotherI had already been worried about the effects 2020 will have on my 8-month-old child psychologically.

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Brave New WorldI think as humans we are pretty good at adapting, and no matter what state the world may be in, we always seem to be able adapt to a new level of bad and make it the new normal.

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Oregon Lottery games offline for Portland, coast after firesOregon Lottery games in Portland and on the coast went dark after damage caused by wildfires.

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Oregon May Soon Legalize the Use of Magic Mushrooms as Mental Health Treatment. Many Portlanders Aren't Waiting.Some Portlanders are taking a more constructive approach and finding solace in a drug that at first glance seems purely escapist: psychedelic mushrooms.

Willamette Week Shared .

Tucking in the Newport Jetty fog-horn for the WinterTaking the Newport Jetty fog horn back to shore for the season and Roy Lowe photo.

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Classic Community Spotlight: DayvilleWe didn’t get to ride into Dayville last week in what would have been Night 6 on the road with the 2020 Classic ride so we reached out to Ruth Moore, City Recorder for Dayville, to check in on this year and next in the bike friendly city.

Cycle Oregon Shared .

Survey Says Most Oregon Renters Are in DistressThe moratorium on evictions expires Sept.

Willamette Week Shared .

Oregon officer rescues dog from 116-degree hot car; owner was shopping at mall for hours, police sayAccording to KVAL, the incident occurred about 2 p.m. Sunday outside the Valley River Center mall in Eugene.

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Great DucksThe best cornerbacks to wear an Oregon uniform. On the second episode of Great Ducks, the Oregon broadcast crew discuss the best lockdown cornerbacks in program history with highlights and analysis of what made each athlete great.

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Utah Task Force 1 returns from Oregon fires: "they lost everything"Utah Task Force 1 went to Oregon prepared for the worst. And they found it in terms of pure destruction, however, the people of Oregon are in good spirits.

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Oregon officer rescues dog from 116-degree hot car; owner was shopping at mall for hours, police sayAccording to KVAL, the incident occurred about 2 p.m. Sunday outside the Valley River Center mall in Eugene.

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My View: Phil Chang, Deschutes County Commission Democratic candidate a–¶Phil Chang, Democratic candidate for Deschutes County Commission, joins Editor Nicole Vulcan of the Source Weekly for "My View," a video series inviting local candidates to share their views on a host of topics ahead of the 2020 election, while sitting in front of a view they enjoy.

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Commercial building and facility permits for Sept. 21, 2020A $2.415 million permit is under review to replace cladding on the third and fourth floors of a condominium building in Northwest Portland.

Daily Journal Of Commerce Shared .

Land use review intakes for Sept. 21, 2020Early assistance has been requested for a five-story multifamily development in the King neighborhood of Northeast Portland.

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Study: ‘Murder Hornets' could reach Oregon in 10 yearsWashington State University researchers have plotted the potential expansion of Asian giant hornets from where they were first found in British Columbia and Washington.

Opb Shared .

More election information&.How can I receive my ballot if I have been displaced by wildfires? : Ballots will begin being mailed October 14th.

News Lincoln County Shared .

School leaders select Salem-Keizer's Christy Perry as Oregon Superintendent of the YearFellow Oregon superintendents described Perry as a mentor and listening ear who works to share good ideas between school districts.

Salem Reporter Shared .

Death row inmate dies in infirmary at Oregon State Penitentiary in SalemJeffrey R. Williams, died in the infirmary while on end-of-life care, according to Oregon Department of Corrections officials.

Statesmanjournal Shared .

Oregon businesses threaten lawsuit over costs of COVID-19 closuresA group of Oregon businesses is threatening a class-action lawsuit against Governor Kate Brown unless they get payment for income lost during the coronavirus shutdown.

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3.3 magnitude earthquake reported off Oregon coastSeismometers recorded a small 3. 3-magnitude earthquake about 174 miles off the coast of Oregon on Tuesday afternoon.

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Good Afternoon, News: PPB's Proud Boy Plan, COVID Death Toll Tops 200K, and VOTE EVERY LAST REPUBLICAN OUTPortland Police have announced they're preparing for two protests this Saturday which feature, as they call it, "differing ideologies": One is the Proud Boys while the other are ordinary Portlanders who don't want Proud Boys terrorizing our community.

Portland Mercury Shared .

Oregon sheriff deputies make 21 arrests in wildfire evacuation zonesAn Oregon sheriff's department arrested 21 people in Level 2 and 3 wildfire evacuation zones over the past two weeks on various charges, including trespassing, burglary, theft and unlawful possession of a firearm.

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Oregon businesses threaten lawsuit over Gov. Kate Brown's virus restrictionsPORTLAND, Ore. — Several Oregon businesses have threatened a class action lawsuit against the state over COVID-19 restrictions implemented by Gov.

KVAL Shared .

Your Guide to Fall 2020 Film Festivals in the Pacific Northwest and BeyondFrench Cinema Now, the Chicago International Film Festival, and More Online Options.

Portland Mercury Shared .

Some evacuation levels in Josephine County reducedPeople living in and around the rural community of O'Brien, Oregon can now rest a little easier after evacuation levels were lowered.

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New trail would link Salmonberry and Banks-Vernonia trailsThe Salmonberry Trail Foundation says theyve got the green light to build a new trail that would connect directly to the existing Banks-Vernonia State Trail.

Bike Portland Shared .

Minnesota Firefighters Work Slater Fire in Oregon, Around 18% ContainedCourtesy: Minnesota Homeland Security and Emergency ManagementOREGON  Firefighters from our region continue to make headway on wildfires on the West Coast.

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Oregon: Avoid contact with water at Heceta Beach due to bacteria levelsThe Oregon Health Authority issued a public health advisory Tuesday for higher than normal levels of bacteria in ocean waters at Heceta Beach in Lane County.

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Traveling safely through Oregon during COVID-19As Oregon continues to face impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic and 2020 wildfires, people have adopted new habits and behaviors.

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Q and A with Deschutes County Forester Ed KeithNEWS—Wildfire expert and County Forester Ed Keith talks to the Source about why the recent fires happened all at once, what causes fires in Oregon and what people in Bend are doing to keep the community protected from megafires in the future.

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Pandemic throws nasty curveball to some businessesAs Major League Baseball games take place without fans, numerous bars and restaurants near ballparks are struggling to survive.

Daily Journal Of Commerce Shared .

Duck Insider 9-22-20Assistant Athletic Director for student-athlete development Katie Harbert joins the show discussing her work helping student-athletes off the field, cultivating career opportunities for student-athletes, the O Heroes program and more.

Oregon Sports Network Shared .

In Oregon, churches and anti-fascists unite to provide mutual aid to fire evacuees and others in needRNS) — Mutual aid groups are partnering with churches to set up donation drives and tent distribution centers with hygiene kits, school supplies, clothing and food.

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You Will Love The Breathtaking Fall Foliage On This Oregon Train RideWith lockdowns due to the virus, and horrific wildfires burning across the state of Oregon, finding things to do has been extremely limited to say the least.

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New Savage Lovecast: With 24/7 Submissive Goddess Lina DuneA woman is still friendly with her ex-husband. So friendly that she sends him nudes which he pays for.

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OP-ED: We are hungry for communityThis is an opportunity to rethink how you operate. Now more than ever you need to bring a heightened clarity to your organization's priorities and to the very culture that will execute them.

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Role ModelsWhen did death threats become such casual fair? Starting to wonder how it effects the youth when they see irate adult people acting so aggressively without a single repercussion.

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Top Oregon Democrats considering suing the governor over recent vetoesSenate President Peter Courtney says he worries Gov. Kate Brown is setting a bad precedent, but that a fight might not be worth it.

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How Oregon's NFL alumni performed in week twoThe NFL season is through week two with over a dozen former Ducks on active rosters last weekend.

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California pilots arrive in Oregon to help with wildfire responseVolunteer private pilots from California arrived at the Eugene airport in waves Saturday to deliver 100,000 N-95 masks and medical supplies.

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Q and A with east Portland transportation advocate and Oregon House candidate Ashton SimpsonWith so much attention on the mayoral race and national politics, you might not have heard much about an interesting contest shaping up for a seat in the Oregon House Read More.

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‘Unfathomable': US death toll from coronavirus hits 200,000The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus has topped 200,000, by far the highest in the world, hitting the once-unimaginable threshold six weeks before an election that is certain to be a referendum in part on President Donald Trump's handling of the crisis.

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Ducks 'Keep It 100' To Mark Voter Registration DayTwo UO coaches spearheaded an effort in recent weeks that resulted in all eligible Oregon student-athletes successfully registering for the November election.

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Vanessa Bryant sues LA sheriff over helicopter crash photosVanessa Bryant, the widow of basketball star Kobe Bryant, has filed a lawsuit against the Los Angeles County sheriff claiming deputies shared unauthorized photos of the crash that killed her husband, their 13-year-old daughter and seven others.

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Jailed Morocco journalist probed by court on rape chargeA Moroccan journalist and human rights activist held by authorities for weeks on charges of undermining state security, receiving foreign funding and rape, has appeared before an investigating judge.

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"They are growing things that can't be replaced": Extreme wildfires in western Oregon threaten valuable seed supplies. They may take over a year to reIt's nearly impossible to select seed varieties with genetics adaptable to fire, putting Northwest plant breeders in a tough spot.

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NAMC-Oregon supports small business owners of color against threat of ‘invisible knee' " Daily Journal of CommerceNAMC-Oregon supports small business owners of color against threat of ‘invisible knee' As the country mourns the deaths of George Floyd and too many other people of color at the hands of police officers, it is also crucial to keep in mind the "invisible knee" on the necks of small business owners and look for...

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Member Spotlight: Espousal Strategies, LLCMember Spotlight: Espousal Strategies, LLC Johnell Bell's mix of political savvy and commitment to fostering diversity, equity and inclusion in both the public and private sectors has placed him in a unique position as founder and president of Espousal Strategies.

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Member Spotlight: Kalos Ergon Engineering, LLCMember Spotlight: Kalos Ergon Engineering, LLC Clarence Thompson, PE, can trace his interest in engineering back to his childhood love of Star Trek and other science fiction.

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Local former politician Robert Smith passes awayFormer Congressman Robert Freeman Smith passed away Monday. Smith served Oregonians for decades. He was elected to the Oregon House in 1960.

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Member Spotlight: Oregon Door ConsultantsMember Spotlight: Oregon Door Consultants While working for a national manufacturer of doors, frames and hardware, Chris Warren often heard customers' feedback on what they liked about certain products and what they didn't like." I decided we could do better in this market."

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Year One In The PNWIt is safe to say that time really does fly by. I cant believe that I am embarking on my second year of living in Oregon.

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ODOT says new advisory committee will have 'tremendous power' to 'reshape' I-5 projectThe Oregon Department of Transportation has made a new promise regarding their controversial I-5 Rose Quarter project.

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Member Spotlight: Minority Construction GroupMember Spotlight: Minority Construction Group With nearly 25 years of experience in working with the construction industry, Angela Watkins has seen just about every aspect of a project take shape from estimating and procurement to a finished product that can transform a property.

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NAMC-OR wins DJC Oregon Building Diversity awardNAMC-OR wins DJC Oregon Building Diversity award Since 2007, NAMC-OR has worked to serve the interests of and eliminate barriers for disadvantaged, minority-owned and women-owned construction and professional service businesses.

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Partner Spotlight: Waste ManagementPartner Spotlight: Waste Management Waste Management became a NAMC-Oregon partner in August for three reasons, the first of which is to help the association's members grow their businesses.

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PfffffftPerson who works in office but not same company, to client: You don't have to wear a mask.

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North Dakota firefighters recap first week battling Oregon blazeLast week, 17 firefighters from four North Dakota departments made the trip to Oregon to help in the battle against the raging wildfires.

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Partner Spotlight: Skanska Building USAPartner Spotlight: Skanska Building USA Skanska has a six-step approach to engaging diverse vendors that includes conducting consistent outreach, crafting project-specific, inclusive procurement strategies, and marketing projects.

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Oregon man pleads to charges stemming from police pursuit, officers' injuriesAn Oregon man who recently led police on a pursuit, striking a cruiser and injuring several officers in the process, pleaded to several charges Tuesday...

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Don't Miss SLAYOur New Horror-Themed Short Film Fest!We're living through horrifying times... correct? Then what better time for SLAYthe horror film festival featuring short, deliciously TERRIFYING flicks?

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Some Oregonians Report Problems With Fema AssistanceThe Federal Emergency Management Agency is in Oregon to deliver federal assistance to communities that have been destroyed due to the wildfire outbreaks across the region.

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Wildfire death toll in Oregon increases to nineThe number of fatalities in Oregon from the recent wildfires has increased from eight to nine.

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Village of Oregon restaurant Charlie's on Main to closeCharlie's on Main, billed as a hyper-local, farm-to-table restaurant in a historic village of Oregon building, will close after business plummeted because of the pandemic.

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Oregon FBI's Tech Tuesday: A digital defense against gaming system sales scamsThis week, the Oregon FBI's Tech Tuesday segment focuses on building a digital defense against online shopping frauds.

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Oregon businesses threaten lawsuit over state's coronavirus responseThree businesses are threatening a lawsuit against the state of Oregon over coronavirus restrictions that they say have led to unemployment.

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Oregon man allegedly shot himself in groin while showing off gun in supermarket: reportThe 29-year-old man accidentally pulled the trigger of the Glock 9mm while putting the gun back into his pants, the report said.

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Partner Spotlight: Perlo ConstructionPartner Spotlight: Perlo Construction Perlo Construction landed a spot on both The Oregonian's Top Workplaces and the 100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon by Oregon Business in 2020 for the fourth consecutive year.

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On enjoying a relaxing week offSpirit Mountain itself was quite enjoyable. Every meal we ate was delicious. We had several meals at the buffet, which was doing plated meals instead of serving yourself, as well as a couple meals at the Mountain View sports bar, including a delicious breakfast before we got on the road to head home.

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Beautiful Fall Foliage Hikes In Southern Oregon  What To Do In Southern OregonThe best fall hikes in southern Oregon to catch the autumn colors. Medford - Ashland - Klamath Falls - Grants Pass.

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I-5 Rose Quarter project team with Raimore wins DJC Oregon Building Diversity awardThe Oregon Department of Transportation took a new approach to awarding project contracts in July when it announced a...

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Oregon grieves for natural places wiped out by wildfiresOregonians are grieving the loss of some of their most treasured natural places to wildfires.

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Oregon SNAP recipients who lost food in wildfires may be eligible for benefitsThe Oregon Department of Human Services is currently processing replacement benefit requests for individuals who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and who suffered loss of food due to the wildfires.

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A Better Way to Document Construction ClaimsA Better Way to Document Construction Claims By Andrew G. Guess, Miller Nash Graham and Dunn and Brianna J. Wellman, Miller Nash Graham and Dunn Construction claims are only as good as their supporting documentation.

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Oregon grieves for natural places wiped out by wildfiresDETROIT LAKE, Ore. — Oregonians are grieving the loss of some of their most treasured natural places after wildfires wiped out campgrounds, hot springs and wooded retreats that have been touchstones for generations in a state known for its unspoiled beauty.

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Good Morning, News: FBI Taps Protesters' Phones, Portland Gets Anarchist Label, and Romney's No HeroWe need your help. The economic fallout of the coronavirus crisis is threatening our ability to keep producing the quality reporting you've come to love.

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Drew Barrymore gives $10K to Oregon fire chief who lost her homeDrew Barrymore gifted the Oregon fire chief who lost her home while battling the wildfires $10,000 - reducing the shocked firefighter to tears on her new show.

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It's the Autumn Equinox!Im full of excitement this morning. Its the first day of autumn and my body, my mind, my spirit, and my heart are all connected with the season.

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Pumpkins, Pinots and Pears and Oregon's BountyThe Oregon Bounty harvest has begun. The Pear harvest has begun and the pumpkins and Pinots aren't far behind.

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Lewis and Clark expedition left a trail of heavy-metal laxativesDozens and dozens of mercury-laden purgative pills invented by Founding Father Benjamin Rush were an indispensible part of the Corps of Discovery's kit; the toxic-but-effective tablets helped explorers cope with a very-low-fiber diet.

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Quacking the Roster: #2 WR Devon WilliamsBut figuring out the rotation at outside receiver and looking to the season after next means parsing a stacked WR room, including returners #88 WR Crocker, #86 WR Wilhoite, and #85 WR Waters - the first two are 4-stars and the last a high 3-star, though I like his high school tape the best.

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Not out of the woods yet: Oregons wildfire seasonRecent University of Oregon graduate Sophia Santana and her aunt were cruising through Phoenix, Oregon, on a motorcycle, oblivious that this would be the last time they'd see the town as they'd always known it.

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Quack Fix 9-22-20: Dye's Big Day ApproachingY'all messin with my drip #DuckWatching in Eugene @coach_cristobal @CoachMirabal @105quai @CoachJsalavea @gsewell_sr @jdhill72 @OremTigerFball @Lsuamataia.

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Nautilus Solar Energy acquires solar projects in Oregon and Rhode IslandNautilus Solar Energy, a national solar project acquisition, development and asset management company, acquired two solar portfolios from Pine Gate Renewables in Oregon and Rhode Island totaling approximately 17 MW.

Solar Power World Shared .

Every Oregon county saw their unemployment rates drop in AugustAlthough all of Oregons counties saw decreases in unemployment rates, many counties still rest above both the state and national rates.

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The Oregon Wine Industry Reports Record 2019 ResultsThe 2019 report, released today by the Oregon Wine Board, catalogs another year of continued growth with wine production up by 14% over 2018 and an additional 1,500 acres of new vineyards.

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911 dispatcher calms worried callers while his own house burns in Oregon wildfireDennis didn't know his wife's whereabouts, but he helped advise his neighbors how to get out of the wildfires alive.

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Oregon DaybookThe daybook is for planning purposes only and is not intended for publication or broadcast.

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Oregon grieves for natural places wiped out by wildfires People wildfires Oregon Magazine flamesOregonians are grieving the loss of some of their most treasured natural places to wildfires.

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Troubled Mind, Must be the BluesStrange mind these days. It's not despair. I won't compare depression because, ah I won't go there, but certainly hopelessness.

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Newport City Recreation needs a new fitness specialist! !

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Achieving equity: Oregon students deserve a money-back guaranteeAchieving equity: Oregon students deserve a money-back guarantee, Local Opinion, Portland local Opinion, Breaking Opinion alerts for Portland city.

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The far and the close of it&Span.c3 div.c2 span.c1.

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Capturing those last lingering rays&.Cecille KennedyDiv.c3 span.c2 div.c1.

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Footloose and Fancy-FreeAs you read this, Len and I are on a little road trip—we don’t know where we’re heading.

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Oregon lawmakers push FEMA for urgent housing assistance due to firesSens. Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden, along with Reps. Peter DeFazio, Earl Blumenauer, Kurt Schrader, and Suzanne Bonamici, all D-Ore., are pressing the Federal Emergency Management Agency to deploy robust transitional housing options to ensure affordable, stable housing as communities begin to rebuild in the wake of unprecedented wildfire damage.

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Oregon businesses threaten lawsuit over coronavirus restrictionsThe demand letter was filed on behalf of a Linn County salon, a Coos County bowling alley and the Wilsonville Family Fun Center, better known as Bullwinkle’s.

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Wonderful evening of music with the Newport Symphony from the comfort of your own home!Great Music and Intimate EveningSeptember 26, 6:30 pm - onlineThe Newport Symphony announces their first seasonal performance.

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Gresham firefighter recalls horror of battling Almeda Fire in southern OregonAs Oregon wildfires continue to burn, more firefighters are sharing their stories of battling the firestorms which erupted across the state on Labor Day.

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Oregon businesses shut down for COVID demand payment from the stateAttorney John DiLorenzo says Gov. Kate Brown«s stay-home order amounted to snatching his clients» property.

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Wildfire death toll in Oregon rises to nineSALEM, Ore. — The number of fatalities in Oregon from the recent wildfires has increased from eight to nine.

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Oregon Fire Map, Update as Over 3,000 State Residents Apply for FEMA AidThe Echo Mountain Complex wildfire is 90 percent contained, according to emergency service officials.

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Wildfire Activity ReportSEPT 21, 2020 Here is the State of Oregon Wildfire Activity Report for Monday, September 21, 2020. This covers all wildfire activity and smoke reports from Sunday 0800 PT until 2000 hours PT on Monday for all incidents across the State.

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Nevada Task Force 1 returns from battling Oregon's wildfiresNevada Task Force 1 returns home after a week of searching for human remains in Oregon wildfires.

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Beaverton High's first week of synchronous learning: success or failure?But in practice, it can easily get overwhelming to juggle class times, Zoom meetings, homework, and classwork without the usual change of scenery that comes with moving from one classroom to the next.

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OregonCrater Lake, Oregon. Look how beautiful it is and I took this picture on my phone.

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Salem-Keizer Superintendent Christy Perry named Oregon superintendent of the yearOfficials with the Oregon Association of School Executives and the Coalition of Oregon School Administrators — alongside Perry's mother, husband and mother-in-law — surprised her with the news in her office Monday.

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Thief steals medical scooter from Oregon woman under wildfire evacuationCLACKAMAS, Ore. – Someone stole a medical scooter from a woman under a wildfire evacuation, and the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help in getting it back.

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Oregon 138 Set To Reopen At 12:00 P.m. On TuesdayThe highway has been closed for two weeks due to the Archie Creek and Thielsen fires.

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University offers dorms to fire victimsASHLAND, Ore.  Southern Oregon University is doing its part to give back to victims of the Almeda Fire.

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Oregon man allegedly shot self in groin while showing off gun in supermarket: reportThis material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. 2020 FOX News Network, LLC.

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Takeaways from Justin Herbert's NFL debut with the LA ChargersSco Chargers!

Addicted To Quack Shared .

Oregon Wine Industry Continues to GrowThe Pinot powerhouse is doing well in the domestic market, but exports make up a tiny percentage of production.

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Oregon fires aren't out but rebuilding time is hereThe rains have tamped down flames but fires still smolder as road work and other rebuilding work gets underway.

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The 24 Best Things to Do in Portland This Week: September 21-24, 2020The 24 Best Things to Do in Portland This Week: September 21-24, 2020 - Jaamil Olawale Kosoko's American Chameleon, OBT Performances at OMSI, and More Top Picks.

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TriMet GM boosts e-bikes as leaders weigh in on congestion pricingThe range of e-bikes is exploding right now. I really think it is a new variable in the conversation.— Doug Kelsey, TriMet Even before the Covid-19 pandemic took a cleaver Read More.

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Oregon 2022 QB Brian Mannion making his own nameBeaverton. Mountainside 2022 quarterback Brian Mannion is making his own name for himself...

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Oregon man showing off handgun accidentally shoots himself in groinA Oregon man showing off his handgun to a pal inside a supermarket accidentally blasted himself in the groin Sunday night, a report said.

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NAMC-Oregon welcomes new team members Ebony Amato-Blackmon, James CadorNAMC-Oregon welcomes new team members Ebony Amato-Blackmon, James Cador Ebony Amato-Blackmon comes to NAMC-Oregon with more than 20 years of experience as a banker, manager and public affairs liaison in an industry that is dynamic, innovative, and thriving.

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Oregon Is Now Distributing Free Masks and Gloves to Small Business OwnersBusinesses with fewer than 50 employees can apply online to receive boxes of personal protective equipment.

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Oregon students going back to classroomOregon Schools officials on Monday announced plans to return to in-person instruction. In a written statement, district Superintendent Hal Gregory said...

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Fargo firefighter provides update from Oregon while fighting firesOne Fargo firefighter shares his first-hand experience fighting wildfires and protecting structures from North Dakota task force's base camp.

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Oregon-based F-15 pilots to conduct night training missions this weekThe Oregon Air National Guard’s 142nd Wing will conduct routine F-15 Eagle night training missions this week.

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Oregon town unleashes team of 200 goats to help fight wildfiresFirefighters battling wildfires in Oregon are getting a little assistance from an unexpected species: goats.

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Oregon Catholic family, good Samaritans document terrifying canyon firePORTLAND, Ore.  Rick and Debra Keating never got the reverse 911 call to evacuate their town of Gates, Oregon, as a wildfire consuming the canyon came closer.

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Duck Insider 9-21-20Justin Herbert's electric NFL debut and a check-in with Oregon Women's Golf head coach Derek Radley discussing his team, what he's been up to and more.

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Utes ready for a Pac-12 restart, but Oregon and California teams may need timeThe Pac-12 has multiple contingency plans in place to start a football season.

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State of Oregon to consider new carfree bridge near Willamette Falls in Oregon CityOn Thursday a Metro transportation advisory committee passed a resolution to explore the feasibility of a new carfree bridge over the Willamette River between Oregon City and West Linn.

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The retro Oregon trailer resort that's downright groovyThe Vintages Trailer Resort is a little over a three-hour drive from Seattle, but once I arrived, I felt like I'd traveled farther.

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4 million acres of Oregon public land remains closed due to wildfiresMount Hood, Willamette and Umpqua national forests are totally closed — even in areas where there's currently no active fire or burn scar. Siuslaw and Rogue River-Siskiyou national forests are partly closed and may reopen in the coming week.Â.

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Oregon vote-by-mail seen as 'gold standard' by supportersMany states are scrambling to shore up their vote-by-mail processes, and Oregon's first-in-the-nation system is being looked to by many as a gold standard.

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The Portland Mercury's Patio Pages!Cup and Bar "Cup and Bar has an updated retail experience featuring Ranger Chocolate and Trailhead Coffee goodies and treats - enjoy our famous and mocha, avocado toast and other treats."

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Oregon Firefighters Find Comfort In Baby Yoda From 5 Year Old BoyInside Baby Yoda's clothing Carver tucked a note that read, "Thank you firefighters. Here is a friend for you, in case you get lonely."

That Oregon Life Shared .

The FeelingsI thought I could catch a quick rinser before the kettle blew, so I was barely awake.

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Oregon women's basketball makes cut for elite 2022 point guardThe Oregon women's basketball program is one of nine schools in contention to land Chance Gray.

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Get Your Tickets Now for the Next Hilarious I, Anonymous Show!Query! Do you want to support the Mercury AND laugh your buttz off in the process?

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