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Oregon FBI's Tech Tuesday: A digital defense when using mobile banking appsPopular: They make it easy to deposit funds, pay bills, and transfer money. In fact, U.S. financial technology providers estimate more than 75 percent of Americans used mobile banking in some form in 2019.

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Looking at Oregon's past Polynesian Bowl playersFollowing a stellar week at the Elite 11 Finals in Nashville, Oregon quarterback Ty Thompson is the latest addition to the 2021 Polynesian Bowl.

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State Records Show Oregon Grocery Stores Are Reluctant to Enter the Culture War Over Face MasksGov. Kate Brown pledges to enforce mask rules. State records show nowhere is that enforcement more sought after than in grocery stores.

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Toxic Culture at Deschutes DA's OfficeA former Deschutes County prosecutor plans to sue the district attorney's office for race and sex discrimination for enabling a "toxic" workplace culture.

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Watch: What could come in Ohio State vs. Oregon 2020?It's not often that Ohio State and Oregon meet on the college football field. The two teams have gone head to head nine times in the programs' histories with six of those coming on one home field - five in Columbus, one in Eugune - and the other meetings at the Rose Bowl.

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A year of new changes has been amplified for Oregon Women's SoccerEUGENE, Ore. — Collegiate soccer at the NCAA level is played in the fall, and the Oregon Women’s Soccer Team is hopeful their season will happen as scheduled.

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Statewide mask mandate faces controversy from businesses, customersOREGON — Oregon's statewide mask mandate is facing some controversy from some businesses and customers.

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Most restaurants and bars in Oregon following COVID-19 requirementsOregon Liquor Control Commission inspectors swept across Oregon over the Fourth of July weekend and checked 800 businesses for compliance with social distancing requirements issued by Governor Kate Brown.

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Ptland pt. 7Written on 7/3/20 around 2:30 AM* i spent my gap year traveling to all sorts of places, and i got really excited that my school had opportunities for us to travel to either germany or italy.

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Oregon woman falls from hiking trail in North BendA woman has been taken to the hospital after falling off a trail near North Bend.

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Deep Thoughts on driving fast.Work is 9 miles as the crow flies. 18 miles by car, mostly highway. I've driven like I was told, 5 miles+ over the speed limit, pass on the left, herd mentality catch up to the cars in front of you, drive with the flow of traffic.

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Oregon Historical Society plans to reopen SaturdayThe Oregon Historical Society plans to re-open on Saturday July 11. The museum had been closed since March 14 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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One Year After Titi Gulley's Death, Her Family Is Left With the Same QuestionsEditor's note: This article references suicide and alleged anti-trans violence, and may be unsettling for some readers.

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Oregon's 'Healthy Schools Reopening Council' meets for the first timeTuesday marked the first meeting of Oregon Governor Kate Brown's "Healthy Schools Reopening Council." The council is in charge of advising the governor and the Oregon Department of Education as K-12 schools work to reopen classrooms in the fall.

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Calculating a dream scenario for Oregon's 2021 recruiting classOregon is recruiting at a level never seen before in Eugene as the Ducks sit with the No.

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Doctors, Doughnuts, Sawmills, and New Car Dealers: Who Got Big PPP Loans in OregonFamiliar Portland businesses receiving loans of $1 million or more include Sizzle Pie, Voodoo Doughnut, Salt and Straw, Pizzicato, Shari's, the Benson Hotel, DoveLewis Animal Hospital, Trackers children's camps, Mercy Corps, Ecotrust, Dark Horse Comics, Bishops, the Portland Japanese Garden, the Oregon Symphony, Portland Center Stage, the...

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An Oregon mini road trip up the McKenzie PassOne of the most special drives in Oregon has to be the McKenzie Scenic Highway 242.

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Whalen Island ReviewWhalen Island trail I went hiking here yesterday. This is one of my favorite spots on the Oregon coast to visit.

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Fatal shooting under investigation in Lake CountyA man was shot dead in a rural Lake County community. Oregon State Police said at about 10:03 p.m.

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Ranking the best Oregon basketball wings of the 2010 decadeRanking the best Oregon basketball wings of the 2010 decade.

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Newport Confronts Growing Coronavirus And Holiday CrowdsOver 3% of Newport's population tested positive for coronavirus, according to a random sample study from Oregon State University last week.

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I-5 Expansion Project Loses Key SupportThe controversial plan to expand Interstate 5 in Portland's Rose Quarter has lost the support of the Albina Vision Trust.

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Activist Says Hate Crime Response Key To Changing The SystemEric Ward recently wrote an essay called "Hate Crimes: The Gateway Drug." In it, the civil rights activist and executive director of the Western States Center argues that addressing hate crimes is key to reimagining community safety.

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Oregon State Police investigating fatal shooting in LakeviewOfficers responded to a reported shooting in Lakeview on Monday night and found a man dying in a parking lot.

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Drinking water protection projects in Oregon, Washington awarded $400,000Funding is provided by federal and state drinking water partnership grants.

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Oregon DOJ to Hold Listening Sessions on Institutional Racism; Leaders WaryIn response to increasing calls to defund or outright abolish the police in Oregon, Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum announced last week she and the Oregon Department of Justice would hold online listening sessions for underserved communities.

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PBOT says work crews on North Flint not connected to I-5 Rose Quarter projectYesterday at 2:52 pm, Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler emailed his three City Council colleagues and every city bureau director with a clear message: "Effectively immediately, we are directing Read More"

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Little bit of Coast Guard trying to keep up with some fast hauling jet skiiers….While fishing just offshore from Yaquina Head yesterday we had a round robin flyover by a US Coast Guard C-27J aircraft.

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Land use review intakes for July 6, 2020A Type III design review with modifications is pending for a proposed two-building development on the Oregon Square superblock in Northeast Portland.

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Commercial building and facility permits for July 6, 2020A $3.7 million alteration permit was issued for improvements to the Ockley Green Middle School campus in North Portland.

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U.S. Approves Oregon LNG Project That Could Boost Supply To AsiaThe U.S. Department of Energyissueda final long-term order to authorize exports of liquefied natural gas LNG from a project in Oregon that they expect will help the U.S. sell gas to the fastest-growing import market, Asia.

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Drought affects parts of Oregon, Bend urges conservationBEND, Ore. — Oregon Gov. Kate Brown last week declared a drought emergency in seven counties.

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Former Portlander and bike fun creator, Zed Bailey, has diedZed Bailey beamed into Portland in 2012 and wanted to take our already legendary bike fun scene to the next level.

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Oregon offers nation's No. 1 DT in 2022 class Walter NolenThe Ducks have extended an offer to one of the top overall prospects in the 2022 class.

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Portland Considering Cap On Delivery App Fees For Restaurants. NewsA little relief may be on the horizon for Portland's hard-hit restaurant industry. The City Council will decide Wednesday whether to place temporary limits on the fees third-party food delivery platforms such as GrubHub can charge.

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Oregon man driving stolen vehicle crashes into woman driving stolen car: policeA car crash Sunday resulted in both drivers being arrested after police in Oregon discovered they were both driving stolen vehicles.

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Coronavirus in Oregon: State officials report 218 new cases and five deathsThe Oregon Health Authority reported 218 new coronavirus cases and five deaths Tuesday, marking the first time in a month that officials announced that many fatalities.

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Jordan Cove Project Receives Long-term Lng Export ApprovalThe U.S. government has officially approved the export of natural gas from the proposed Jordan Cove Liquified Natural Gas Terminal on the Oregon Coast.

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Ed Ray steps down as Oregon State University president, but plans to stay at the schoolOregon State University has a new president for the first time in nearly 20 years after Ed Ray recently retired.

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Oregon Soldier Dies In KosovoA soldier from Oregon died while overseas this past Saturday. The Oregon Military Department said on July 4, Pfc.

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Good Morning, News: ICE Boots Foreign Students, Breonna Taylor's Family Sues, and Oregon Prison Sees COVID-19 OutbreakWe 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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Newport UpdateNewport faces a large number of coronavirus cases. Eric Ward says Oregon needs to address hate crimes.

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Live Updates: Monday's Dip In Oregon COVID-19 Cases Does Not Signal A Trend. NewsOregon health officials said that while Monday's case count was down, it doesn't indicate a downward trend in cases.

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Oregon politician wrote racist letter to himself, police sayA man who claimed he received a hate-filled, racist letter from an anonymous person allegedly wrote the letter himself, Hermiston Police say.

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Oregon wildfire danger stays below normal because of cool summerThat's good news for the west side of the state in terms of wildfire danger, where the moist weather has kept the wildfire season at bay and fire danger below normal.

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Duck Dive: USC Football 2020 PreviewGoing deep with the Trojans' scheme, returning personnel, and unknowns.

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Sometimes It's About More Than Just BasketballWe were in our third year of producing a Summer basketball league for grade girls.

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Beer Review: Fort George's Cathedral TreeName: Cathedral Tree Brewing Company: Fort George Brewing Company Location: Astoria, OR Style: Pilsner - Other ABV: 4.8% "Cathedral Tree is a delicious, classically crafted full-flavored Pilsner and a beer worth seeking out should you find yourself in the Astoria, OR area." From Fort George Brewing's page for Cathedral Tree: Cathedral Tree is a...

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Quack Fix 7-7-20: Football in 2020?Hope so... Go Ducks!

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Washington Coast Photos #6…Brucie here.... The motorhome is parked at Rosie's sister's home in Cove, Oregon.. We arrived early for Rosie's sister Sandy and her husband, Mel's 60th anniversary celebration on July 11th.

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Drought affects parts of Oregon, Bend urges conservationBEND, Ore. — Oregon Gov. Kate Brown last week declared a drought emergency in seven counties.

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Over 30 Oregon BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL Collaboration BeersRace inequality and specifically police injustice against African-Americans have always been systemic issues in this country, but the recent death of George Floyd at the hands of police and the subsequent protests around the world have placed a long overdue focus on them.

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Bioluminescent Phytoplankton: What Makes Glowing Sand On Oregon Coast, WashingtonBioluminescent Phytoplankton: What Makes Glowing Sand On Oregon Coast, Washington - One of the more treasured, wondrous and surreal experiences you can have is 'glowing sand' at night.

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Oregon coronavirus updates: Umatilla spike from sick employees workingTo provide our community with important public safety information, our newsroom is making this daily update related to the coronavirus free to read.

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My Thoughts Today! !Today was kind of a mixed bag day as I would say. I drove over to the coast for a particular reason and my certain thought was to go over to hike whalen Island in between Pacific City and Tillamook on the Northern Oregon Coast.

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Oregon DOJ hosting conversations with minority voicesThe Oregon Department of Justice is hosting online community conversations on "what gets in the way." The series will talk to a variety of minority voices to hear their personal experiences with institutional racism and implicit bias, Oregon's new hate crime law, and how the department can engage with different communities.

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Oregon having cool and wet summer, but Central could become wildfire hot spotThe coolest and wettest summer since 2012 has kept Oregon's wildfire danger at bay but Central could become a hot spot.

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OR Coast Could Get Boost After 'Missed Opportunity' in 2008Mark Trenholm, coast program director with the Wild Salmon Center, said the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2008 included funding for coastal restoration, but only three projects in Oregon were chosen - and they were mostly near urban areas....

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A Love Your Neighbor Recap ▶Last week, the Love Your Neighbor project held its second-ever forum. Love Your Neighbor shares the experiences of people of color in Central Oregon, launched in 2019 by the Source Weekly and Erika McCalpine, program lead in business administration at OSU-Cascades.

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Finally! ! Some REAL progress at Newport's Water Treatment Facility!Semi-trailers full of water filtration equipment are by-passing the water treatment plant while problems are diagnosed.

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What Kim Carlson does in her spare time up Beaver CreekKim can't help but grow beautiful flowers... goes with her ranch off Beaver Creek!

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Close up look at potential Oregon '21 WR ClassOregon flexed their recruiting muscles once again over the weekend in landing their third wide receiver commitment this year.

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Update on harrassment of black families by Russian antagonists in Lincoln City

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Seven men arrested for allegedly harassing Black family on Oregon beachPolice in Lincoln City say that the group of men were hurling racial slurs at the Black family and displaying Nazi salutes, then harassed officers at the scene.

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In One Month, Oregon Sees a Fivefold Increase in Weekly COVID-19 CasesThe percentage of cases coming back positive is at 5.3 percent in the last 7 days, up from 2 percent a month ago.

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Oregon soldier dies in 'non-combat incident' while stationed overseasWILLAMINA, Ore. – An Oregon Army National Guard soldier died Saturday, July 4 while supporting an overseas operation in Kosovo, the Department of Defense said.

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Oregon National Guardsman dies in noncombat-related incident in KosovoPfc. Alexander Blake Klass, of Willamina, Ore., died Saturday "as the result of a noncombat related incident" at Camp Novo Selo in the country's north, a statement said.

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Oregon coronavirus updates, July 6: Enchanted Forest opens with 200-person cap, safety measuresTo provide our community with important public safety information, our newsroom is making this daily update related to the coronavirus free to read.

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Federal Law Enforcement Agencies Deployed To Portland Protests. NewsAs protests continue in Portland, federal law enforcement officers and agents from outside the area have been deployed to help protect federal buildings and personnel.

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Mid-Air Plane Collision In Idaho Claims Lives Of Lake Oswego Family. NewsAmong the victims identified in a fatal plane collision over Coeur d'Alene Lake in Idaho was a Lake Oswego man and his three children.

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ODOT is removing those dangerous guardrails on the Historic Highway"That was the wrong decision and we are in the process of removing two stretches of that guardrail now." — Rian Windsheimer, ODOT Region 1 director We're happy to report that Read More.

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Popular Oregon hot spring reopens with limits on use: 'Access is first come, first serve'Wildfires. Rock slides. And now COVID-19: These last few years haven't been the best for would-be visitors to Terwilliger Hot Spring.

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Graham Moody enjoys the journey toward Oregon Junior Am titleMountain View High School standout Graham Moody put together seven consecutive solid rounds to win Oregon Junior Amateur.

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Jordan Cove project gains federal approval for natural gas exportsThe Trump administration on Monday formally authorized exports from a proposed Oregon natural gas terminal, which would be the first on the U.S. West Coast.

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Portland City Council Tells Bureaus To Stop All I-5 Rose Quarter Expansion Work. NewsThe Portland City Council has directed city officials to stop all work related to the Interstate-5 Rose Quarter Project, a controversial highway widening that lost the support of major backers last week.

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PPP loans helped keep 356,000 Oregonians employed during pandemicDepartment of the Treasury outlines just how much money went to businesses across the country in the Paycheck Protection Program through the CARES Act.

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I-5 Rose Quarter project updates: City of Portland pulls all support, The Columbian weighs in, what comes nextLast week we wondered how the Oregon Department of Transportation could possibly carry on with their I-5 Rose Quarter project without support from a key organization or Portland's top elected Read More.

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Oregon man, his three children among those killed in plane crash at Idaho lakeSPOKANE, Wash. — At least eight people, including an Oregon man and his three children, were killed when two airplanes collided over a scenic mountain lake in northern Idaho, the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office said Monday.

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As Drought Grips Oregon's Dry Side, Bend Warns To Conserve Water. NewsEven with a mountain spring source, Bend warns of water shortage and irrigation districts push for emergency aid.

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Cottage Grove Medical Center chief admin Tim Herrmann retiringTim Herrmann, Chief Administrative Officer at Cottage Grove Medical Center, is retiring after 32 years of service.

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SLCFR Fire Chief reinstated, board VP resignsSLCFR board members voted to reinstate Fire Chief John Wooten without disciplinary measures as VP Jennifer Radcliffe resigned.

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DA: Washington men arrested on Oregon beach to face 'charges we can prove under the law'Prosecutors won't be able to charge with a hate crime the 7 Washington men accused of performing Nazi salutes and shouting racial slurs toward a Black family on an Oregon Coast beach.

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Former five-star Oregon transfer CJ Walker commits to UCFUCF picked up a big commitment on Monday from Oregon forward transfer CJ Walker. The former five-star prospect announced his intentions to transfer last week.

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Armchair photo tours: Ladd Circle Park and Rose Gardens in PortlandPhotos by Cheryl Landes The Ladd Circle Park and Rose Gardens are located in a beautiful residential neighborhood called Ladd's Addition in east Portland, Oregon.

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Oregon reports 168 new, confirmed virus cases; no new deathsSALEM, Ore. — Oregon authorities have reported 168 new confirmed coronavirus cases...

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County project will mean more traffic on Newberry, Skyline this summerRemember last summer when Multnomah County closed NW Cornelius Pass Road for a major project and the detour sent thousands of drivers onto popular and usually quiet roads like Newberry?

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Jeffrey Bassa discusses Oregon interestSalt Lake City. Kearns three-star safety Jeffrey Bassa, who cut his list to six last week, discusses what stands out to him about Oregon...

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As Drought Grips Oregon's Dry Side, Bend Warns To Conserve Water. NewsEven with a mountain spring source, Bend warns of water shortage and irrigation districts push for emergency aid.

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Oregon extends offer to 2021 DE Davon TownleyWhile the Ducks have been extending a number of offers to underclassmen prospects in the past few months, offers to the 2021 class have been rather rare.

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Stargazing in Southern Oregon's Dark-Sky TerritoryThere are no crowds, no noise and not much in the way of bright lights in Southern Oregon's Lake County — just a whole lot of quiet.

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Oregon Passes Mandatory Forbearance LawOn June 30, 2020, Oregon joined D.C., Massachusetts, and New York in passing state-specific COVID-19 mortgage assistance programs into law.

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U.S. Energy Dept. approves LNG exports from OregonThe U.S. Energy Department on Monday approved the export of up to 1 billion cubic feet per day of liquefied natural gas from a proposed terminal in Oregon, a move it said would ease U.S. sales of the fuel to Asian markets.

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Columbia River Maritime Museum Re-Opens to the PublicThe Museum closed its doors on March 16, 2020. Although Governor Kate Brown announced that museums could re-open to visitors on June 3, the Museum opted to take a cautious approach, ensuring all required protocols were met or exceeded before re-opening in late June.

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REBROADCAST: Sauvie Island SwimLast year, Cindy Werhane tried to become the first person to swim all the way around Sauvie Island.

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Oregonians Seek Memorial to Lynching Victim Alonzo TuckerThe only documented lynching in Oregon's history was committed in 1902 in Coos Bay. Now, a group of Oregonians are working to create a memorial to Alonzo Tucker, the man who was killed.

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Baker City Arts Organization AdaptsThe Crossroads Carnegie Art Center is used to being a hub for all kinds of activities in Baker City — First Friday art gallery openings, dance and craft classes for kids and adults, ragtime piano music, and more.

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Oregon's coronavirus cases grow to 10,395; no new deaths reportedPORTLAND, Ore. – The Oregon Health Authority reported 168 more confirmed and presumptive cases of coronavirus on Monday, bringing the statewide case count to 10,395.

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Oregon Now Issuing Real IdsThe Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles finished a project to replace its computer systems as part of a 10-year investment to modernize the DMV's systems.

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Star Fish hiding out from the Corona Virus…

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Portland Police Union President Calls on Officials to "Defend Portland"The president of the Portland Police Association , Portland's union representing rank-and-file officers, is condemning local officials for defending the rights of protesters who participate in Portland's nightly demonstrations.

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Oregon Governor Kate Brown Appoints Mike Schmidt as Multnomah County District AttorneyGovernor Kate Brown today announced that she will appoint Michael L. Schmidt as District Attorney of Multnomah County, effective August 1.

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Thief rams northeast Portland bike shop with truck, makes off with prototype bicycleWhat is with people using cars and trucks for nefarious and violent actions lately? This morning around 2:00 am someone driving a blue pick-up truck bashed into the front of Read More.

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Seven men arrested after shouting racist insults and doing Nazi salutes at black family on Oregon beach, police sayOfficers had to form a barricade between group and family so they could leave, report says.

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Coronavirus in Oregon: 168 new cases and no deaths as Oregon ends four-day streak of 300 or more casesThe Oregon Health Authority reported 168 new confirmed and presumptive coronavirus infections Monday, ending an unprecedented four-day streak of 300 or more cases.

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The 10 Oregon ZIP codes with the most new coronavirus casesCoronavirus is spreading more pervasively across a growing number of communities statewide as surging case counts can no longer be largely attributed to concentrations in only a handful of ZIP codes across Oregon.

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Oregon DMV upgrades computer system, offers Real ID, other new online servicesOregon DMV said it completed a multi-year project to replace its computer systems on Monday, providing new online services, including the ability to apply for Real ID-compliant driver's licenses and ID cards.

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The Monday Roundup: Seattle tragedy, defund traffic police, VanMoof's ad, and moreVehicular violence: A man sped past a closed section of freeway in Seattle and intentionally drove his vehicle into peaceful Black Lives Matter protestors.

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Mike Schmidt Will Start Work As Multnomah County DA on August 1Mike Schmidt, Multnomah County's district attorney-elect, will take over the role beginning August 1. In May, Multnomah County voters elected Mike Schmidt to serve as the county's next district attorney.

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UCF basketball lands Oregon transfer C.J. Walker, the highest rated recruit in school historyC.J. Walker, a five-star basketball standout who spent last season at Oregon, is transferring to UCF to be closer to his family.

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The Portland Mercury's PATIO PAGESLooking for outdoor seating? Check out this sponsored list of patios, sidewalk seats and rooftop decks!

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Proposed 2021 changeOregon seeks comments on big game regulation changes; Changes would effect 2021 hunting seasons. Possible switch from general season tags to controlled seasons.

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Oregon Zoo Announces ReopeningAfter spending nearly four months closed to the public, Portland's iconic zoo will reopen next week.

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Douglas Trail HikeThe Douglas Trail provides the shortest, fastest route into the western edge of the Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness, with nice views into the Eagle Creek Canyon and ridgetop meadows and rock gardens within a short hike of the recently relocated Douglas Trailhead.

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Former Oregon Ducks basketball player CJ Walker transfers to Central FloridaFormer University of Oregon basketball player CJ Walker announced Monday on social media he would transfer to Central Florida.

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1 billion for safety, transit, community stability proposed as part of 2020 transportation measureA potential transportation funding measure would include $1 billion in programs to improve safety and access to transit.

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Oregon man, his three children among those killed in plane crash at Idaho lakeSPOKANE, Wash. — At least eight people, including an Oregon man and his three children, were killed when two airplanes collided over a scenic mountain lake in northern Idaho, the Kootenai County Sheriff's Office said Monday.

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Oregon State Police says officer wasn't making white power sign at protestOregon State Police said an officer who made an "OK" gesture during a Saturday protest was checking on a man who had been pushed to the ground and was not making a white power sign.

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Good Morning, News: More Tear Gas, Fewer Voting Rights, and Remembering Summer TaylorWe 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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Oregon footballu2019s front-7 is about to get frighteningly good in a hurryOregon football is dominating in recruitment under head coach Mario Cristobal. Just look at who will be playing on the front-seven of his defense this year.

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Legs Up, Hands On Hearts!The rising tide brings waves that overwhelm the sleeping locations of the harbor seals, eventually sending them into the water.

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Oregon reports 168 new, confirmed virus cases; no new deathsSALEM, Ore. — Oregon authorities have reported 168 new confirmed coronavirus cases on Monday, bringing the state to 10,395 known cases.

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First Inmate At Sheridan, Oregon's Federal Correctional Institute Tests Positive For COVID-19. NewsAn inmate at the federal prison in Sheridan, Oregon, has tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons website.

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The Best Things to Do in Portland This Week: July 6-9Now the Fourth of July is in the rearview, you'd think the ungodly cacophony of fireworks would have stopped too, right?

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State settles with 6 local companies on COVID curesShare this Oregon Attorney General, Oregon Attorney Ellen Rosenblum announced agreements with six companies and medical practitioners who have been selling products and services advertising a so-called Covid-19 "cure", or advertising an ability to boost immunity and keep people healthy from the disease.

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Alonzo TuckerA group wants to create a memorial for Oregon's only documented lynching. The arts center in Baker City is getting creative during the pandemic.

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Northeastern Oregon and the Wallowa Lake TramwayNortheastern Oregon is home to one of Travel Oregon's Seven Wonders of Oregon, the Wallowa Mountains and the Wallowa Lake Tramway.

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Coronavirus cases in Oregon climb, OSHA to enforce face mask mandateNow that Oregonians are required to wear masks in indoor public spaces to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the state's workplace safety agency is preparing to handle enforcement.

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Live Updates: Oregon Emerges From July 4th Weekend With More Than 10,000 COVID Cases. NewsSunday marked the fourth consecutive day that Oregon reported more than 300 new COVID-19 diagnoses.

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Return of the Quack: Steven JonesFilling in the fifth and final spot in the Oregon Ducks' projected 2020 starting offensive line, Steven Jones will be anchoring the right side at the tackle position.

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Tribute To Boxer Josie Samantha LopezThe hardest thing about a loss is the one you cannot make up. The Portland Boxing Community lost Josie Samantha Lopez on June 20, 2020.

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Police: Men yelled racial slurs at Black family in OregonSeven men were arrested after police say they taunted a Black family by yelling racial slurs and using Nazi salutes during a Fourth of July incident in an Oregon beach town.

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Quack Fix 7-6-20: All-American DucksIsaiah Brevard, 4* Wide Receiver, Commits to Ducks Another pass-catcher for Shough!

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Civil Rights Groups Battle Denial, Inaction In Southwest Washington. NewsPolice violence has grown in Southwest Washington in recent years, and civil rights groups continue to find denial and inaction from the region's mostly white leadership.

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Oregon Football secondary looks to pump out four 2021 NFL Draft picksOregon Football looks like it has returned to prominence as all four secondary players look to be 2021 NFL Draft worthy talent.

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Washington Coast Photos #5…Brucie here.... The motorhome is parked at Rosie's sister's home in Cove, Oregon.. We arrived early for Rosie's sister Sandy and her husband, Mel's 60th anniversary celebration on July 11th.

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Oregon Police report 7-6-20At 12:30 p.m., Oregon Police arrested Dustin W. Warner, 32, Oregon, for possession of a stolen vehicle and driving while license suspended.

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Oregon Health Authority's mask embarrassment: disproved by their own evidenceIn response to dissenters and skeptics like me, the Oregon Health Authority has attempted to offer "facts" they say support the wearing of masks for the healthy general public.

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A Vigil For A Black Violinist Who Died Too Young. NewsNearly a hundred string musicians convened in North Portland Friday to issue a musical call for justice for a violinist who died before his time.

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Several men direct racial slurs, Nazi salute at black family at Oregon beach, police sayOfficers say the mean used racial slurs and Nazi salute, then challenged police who came to fight and set off illegal fireworks.

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Oregon State Police say officer wasn't making white power sign at protestOregon State Police said an officer who made an "okay" gesture during a Saturday protest was checking on a man who had been pushed to the ground and was not making a white power sign.

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Rewind: 2017 Waterfront Blues Festival Day 4BY SCOTT CUNNINGHAM // Joss Stone, Booker T Jones, and Dustbowl Revival were the highlights of the day.

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Remembering Lisa Lepine, mentor, manager, publicist, pro-motion queen, friend… dead at 58Known by the entire Oregon Music industry as a tireless advocate for music and musicians, she had the unique talent of introducing people to others they should know and who might help them.

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Oregon Cabaret Theatre rolls with the punchesOregon Cabaret Theatre is opening for theater and dining. I chatted with Artistic Director Valerie Rachelle one recent morning on Zoom.

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7 men arrested after harassing Black family with Nazi salutes on Oregon beach: policeOregon police were called to an ocean beach on the Fourth of July and arrested seven white adults they say harassed a Black family with racial slurs and Nazi salutes.

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Oregon hotels begin reopening but many rooms are emptyThe Neuman Hotel Group saw a distinct uptick in reservations at its five Southern Oregon properties when Jackson County moved into Phase 2 of Gov.

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Big Art Show Coming Up in Lincoln City"Animal Influence in the time of Covid" LCCC Members' Show, July 10th - August 10th.

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Tornado, WWII Submarines and Motor Lodge: Oregon Coast Inns With A PastYet it's rare.

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West Zigzag MountainWe continued our 4th of July tradition of hiking by checking off another of William L. Sullivan's featured hikes, West Zigzag Mountain.

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This Oregon town of 170,000 replaced some cops with medics and mental health workers. It's worked for over 30 yearsCNN)Around 30 years ago, a town in Oregon retrofitted an old van, staffed it with young medics and mental health counselors and sent them out to respond to the kinds of 911 calls that wouldn't necessarily require police intervention.

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Oregon State Police Deny Trooper Flashed Racist Symbol. NewsThe Oregon State Police denied that a trooper flashed a racist hand gesture during a Black Lives Matter protest at the Capitol in Salem on Saturday.

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Local shelters extra busy with lost pets after 4th of JulySOUTHERN OREGON — Reconnecting families with their lost pets leads to a busy day for animal shelters.

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LetThemPlay advocates pushing forward despite recent "setback"CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — An update to a story we've been following about the #LetThemPlay initiative, to allow high school and youth sports in Oregon to resume.

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An Independence Day Weekend of Bitter Confrontations Displayed Oregon in TurmoilAn Oregon State Police trooper was accused of making a white power symbol, and seven men were arrested for directing racial slurs at a Black family in Lincoln City.

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Tear Gas Clouds Fourth of July Demonstrations in PortlandInstead of its annual fireworks show over the Waterfront Blues Festival, Portland's Fourth of July ended with billowing trash fires set by protesters and plumes of tear gas shot from federal officers dressed in military fatigues.

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PODCAST: Why Oregon is recruiting at a level never seen beforeA look into Oregon football recruiting and why weve never seen the program operate at this good of a level.

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Oregon Crosses the Threshold of 10,000 COVID CasesThe new plateau of 300 cases a day comes just one week after Oregon reached a three-day average of 200 daily cases.

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Oregon State Police Deny Trooper Flashed Racist Symbol. NewsThe Oregon State Police denied that a trooper flashed a racist hand gesture during a Black Lives Matter protest at the Capitol in Salem on Saturday.

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Cascadian JulyMy wife and I made a late afternoon visit to the the meadows and woods along Old Hyatt Meadow Road.

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Lincoln City enjoying the great outdoors…Div.c3 span.c2 div.c1.

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Lane Electric Cooperative offering scholarships for high school seniors, adultsLane Electric Cooperative offers several scholarships to members of all ages, from high school seniors to adults who desire continuing education.

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Shroud of Turin replica visits the GroveA replica Shroud of Turin will be on display at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Cottage Grove until the end of July.

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Governor expands face covering requirement statewideThe new mandate to wear face coverings in indoor public places went into effect July 1.

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OHA releases general covering guidance for business, transit and publicThe Oregon Health Authority has updated its guidance for face coverings in businesses and among the public.

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City Council establishes Small Business Emergency Loan ProgramThe city's loan program will target local businesses for emergency financial assistance.

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Cottage Grove Water Treatment Plant Superintendent retiring after 30 years of serviceRay Pardee, Cottage Grove's Water Treatment Plant Superintendent for the past 20 years, is retiring later this month.

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CGPD examines new law enforcement response modelsWith resources occasionally strained, CGPD is looking for ways to improve the model.

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CG Library partially re-openThe Cottage Grove Public Library began a limited reopening on July 1, with library access limited to the hours of 9, 10 and 11 a.m., and only in groups of five people at a time allowed to use the computers.

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Food for Lane County cooks up Summer Food ProgramFood for Lane County will provide food to local youth through Aug.

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Dallas man dies in Eastern Oregon motorcycle crash SaturdayA Dallas man died Saturday while on a motorcycle ride with a group of riders, according to the Oregon State Police.

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Oregon State Police deny trooper flashed racist gesture at BLM protestThe Oregon State Police denied that a trooper made a racist hand signal during a rally in front of the Oregon State Capitol Saturday.

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Kim Carlson never "passes the buck" when she's got tasty morsels…Young buck knows there's something "Yummy" at Kim Carlson's ranch house!

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Oregon protesters clash with police, throw fireworksAuthorities say 21 people were arrested or detained early Sunday after throwing fireworks and mortars as they clashed with police during the latest rally decrying police brutality.

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Armchair photo tours: The International Rose Test Garden at Washington Park in PortlandThe idea for the garden in Washington Park began in 1915, when Jesse A. Currey, Sunday editor of the Oregon Journal newspaper and rose hobbyists, convinced Portland city officials to start the garden as a safe place to test hybrid roses grown in Europe.

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Highway 22 FallsThere are multiple waterfalls along Highway 22, but many of them do not have a safe place to park and take a closer look.

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Racist Threats, Illegal Fireworks Lead To Arrests On Oregon Coast. NewsLincoln City police arrested seven men on the Oregon Coast Saturday night after the men allegedly made racist threats toward a Black family during Fourth of July celebrations at the beach.

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7 men arrested after allegedly harassing Black family on Oregon beachPolice in Lincoln City, Ore., said this weekend that they arrested seven men on various charges after a group of white people they were a part of allegedly harassed a Black family on Independence Day by using racial slurs and Nazi salutes.

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Oregon's eviction moratorium extended; More state rent assistance coming.Here is what you need to know. On June 5, the Oregon legislative Emergency Board approved additional funds through the CARES Act for Coronavirus Relief, including support for rental assistance.

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Black Family Escorted Off Oregon Beach After 7 Men Launched Racist July 4 AttackSeven men were arrested after allegedly shouting racist terms and performing Nazi salutes at the family.

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No wonder Kim Carlson loves living here….

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Oregon State Police say trooper's hand gesture in viral video was innocuousOregon State Police countered accusations of racist sympathies Sunday after a video clip surfaced in which an officer used the "OK" hand gesture, recently associated with white nationalism, while on duty at a protest in Salem.

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Heading in… hoping the Newport water plant can handle it…

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Stunning Waterfall Hike in Oregon: Ramona FallsRamona Falls in Oregon is a Hidden little gem found in Mt. Hood National Forrest!

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Live Updates: Oregon Nears 10,000 Coronavirus Diagnoses. NewsThe Oregon Health Authority Saturday reported 303 new confirmed and presumptive coronavirus diagnoses, bringing the state to 9,930 known cases.

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Not what we expected on the 4th of July…On Saturday, July 4th, 2020 at about 9:33 PM, Lincoln City Police were dispatched to the ocean beach area in front of the Inn at Spanish Head on a report of group of people shooting off illegal fireworks and causing a disturbance with other citizens on the beach.

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Oregon reels in 4-star wideout Isaiah BrevardFour-star wide receiver Isaiah Brevard announced his commitment to Oregon on Saturday. Brevard, ranked 61st overall on the ESPN 300, was the top-rated recruit from Mississippi.

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Portland, OR News: Demonstration Devolves into Riot July 4, 5 2020-Arrests Made, Firearm RecoveredOne main demonstration occurred in Portland during the evening hours of July 4 through the early morning hours of June 5, 2020.

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Oregon State Police deny trooper flashed racist hand signal to counter protestersChristopher Davis of Salem was arrested for shoving another during a Black Lives Matter protest in front of the Oregon State Capitol Saturday.

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The Oregon Ducks will roll with their secondary over anyone elseOregon's projected to have one of the nation's best defenses next season with the crown jewel being a stacked secondary that finished second in the country with 20 interceptions last season.

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Eugene, Oregon prioritizes mental health experts over police officers, and its effectiveEugene, Oregon runs a successful 30-year-old program that replaces some police officers with medics and mental health workers.

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Oregon fans, players shut down hot take that Walker Little is better than Penei SewellIn a recent game of Fact or Fiction, Rivals.com national recruiting director Mike Farrell and national recruiting analyst Adam Gorney shared their takes on whether Stanford's Walker Little could push Oregon's Penei Sewell as the best offensive tackle in the Pac-12 in 2020.

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Officer cleared after appearing to flash white power sign at Oregon protestThe Oregon State Police cleared a trooper on Sunday who appeared to make a white power symbol during a Black Lives Matter protest in Salem, Oregon, over the weekend.

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Washington Coast Photos #4….Brucie here.... The motorhome is parked at Rosie's sister's home in Cove, Oregon.. We arrived early for Rosie's sister Sandy and her husband, Mel's 60th anniversary celebration on July 11th.

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Wrecking the Peter Iredale: How Oregon Coast History Played Out in 1906Wrecking the Peter Iredale: How Oregon Coast History Played Out in 1906 - The wee hours of October 25 were wild and stormy, and they were certainly chaotic if you were out to sea.

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Oregon's Most Amazing Hikes: Mt Hood, McNeil PointThis was hands-down one of the most breathtaking hikes I have ever done in my life!

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FireworksI grew up in a place where fireworks were and still is a tradition. On the 4th, let's say if there were 10 houses on a street, 6 of them would be blasting fireworks.

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The tree of Oregon should unite us allDouglas firs form the backbone of the timber industry, make homes for wildlife, protect watersheds and fish dependent on them, and grow taller than any other living thing in the Northwest.

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Oregon winemakers wrestle with issues of diversityOregon winemakers wrestle with issues of diversity, Local News, Newberg local News, Breaking News alerts for Newberg city.

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PuzzledI'm watching this jig saw puzzle being put together. I look at the table the pieces are being assembled on.

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Fourth of July fire on Reservoir Hill in Roseburg, OregonFireworks and a brush fire lit up Reservoir Hill for the Fourth of July. Fireworks and a brush fire lit up Reservoir Hill for the Fourth of July.

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It must be the 4th of July!

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The Unexpected Elephant fundraising resale! !

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The most permanent fireworks in the sky…Mr. Sun! !As perfect a sunset as you'll ever see...Frank Covacevich photo.

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Bend Park and Recreation Camp Leader Tested Positive for COVID-19 in late June; Seven Campers Self-QuarantinedA staff member working with campers a Bend Park and Recreation District summer camp tested positive for COVID-19 in late June, park district officials confirmed Saturday.

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Brevard solidifies Oregon's historic offensive recruiting haulOn Saturday, the Ducks added their sixteenth commitment to the 2021 recruiting class wide. the latest.

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Class of 2020: Oregon School for the Deaf graduates

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Top-10 WR Isaiah Brevard says he'll attend OregonIsaiah Brevard, rated the No. 7 wide receiver in the ESPN 2021 300, committed to Oregon on Saturday.

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Oregon parents invited to take survey on child care health, safety precautionsThe Oregon Department of Education's Early Learning Division is inviting parents and caregivers to take a 10-minute online survey related to safety precautions in child care during COVID-19.

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OSU-Cascades faculty author wins Oregon Book AwardBeth Alvarado, a faculty author in the Oregon State University - Cascades Low-Residency Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program, has received the 2020 Oregon Book Award for Creative Nonfiction for her book of essays, "Anxious Attachments." The award was announced during a special episode of The Archive Project, hosted by Literary.

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JANUARY 2020 Calendar9am Ukulele Morning Jam Cottage Grove Public Library 700 E. Gibbs Ave.

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Customers are 'all in the family' at Brad's ChevroletBrad's Chevrolet maintains a staff of 54, most of whom owner Brad Cohen says have planted their roots in the company.

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Lane, Douglas counties enter 'Phase Two'On June 5, Lane County entered Phase 2 of the state's three-phase reopening strategy after months of combating the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Shyster lawyer planned to steal man's land by shanghaiing himSo, although nearly everyone in the area figured Norris had murdered him, no charges were ever filed.

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Mamma Mia opens April 3 at Cottage TheatreMamma Mia tells the hilarious story of a young woman's search for her birth father.

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SLSD budget grapples with economic challengesEarlier this month, school board members ratified a tentative budget for the upcoming school year but were aware that changes could come soon and fast.

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UPDATED: Buch tops Williams both will head to November ballotEarly results showed current East Lane commissioner Gary Williams leading the race for the seat he was appointed to on the Lane County Commission as he was ahead of Heather Buch by less than one percent just after 9 p.m.

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House Bill addresses traffic stopsThe Oregon Criminal Justice Commission, the agency in charge of implementing the new law, and the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training have until July 2018 to develop a reporting method for the data and train officers on the street on how to properly engage with residents while executing the chosen method.

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City, SLSD kick off banner program to honor gradsSeniors are being honored in a collaborative project between the city, SLSD and Main Street Cottage Grove.

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Building a Digital Defense Patch By PatchA manufacturer issues a patch to fix known vulnerabilities-and quickly applying patches is critical. If your systems are not patched, that's like leaving all of your sensitive business documents in an unlocked car accessible to anyone willing to check if the door is open.

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746 S. R Street3 bedroom, 2 bath, Family room, double garage, great location near elementary school, vaulted living room, RV Parking.

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Stolen Goods: Planting seeds of changeOregon Grape plants are being stolen across the state. Last week, Dorena students helped re-plant a local patch that went missing.

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Sweet way to help young patients at Sacred Heart Medical CenterMiracle Treat Day, a national fundraiser for 170 Children's Miracle Network hospitals across the country, will be on Thursday, July 25, at are Dairy Queen stores in Cottage Grove and Creswell.

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BBB, OR Fish and Wildlife Warn of Phony Fishing, Hunting LicensesOregon Department Fish and Wildlife contacted BBB NW+P to share that its employees have been made aware of at least two people who recently purchased items from the website after searching online for an Oregon fishing license.

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U drive, U text, U payThe Oregon legislature recently voted House Bill 2597 into law creating stricter distracted driving laws related to the use of mobile electronic devices.

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Lorane News for 1-30-2020No school Friday, Grange meeting, art class material donations and more this week in Lorane...

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False start for Daugherty reopeningWhile Lane County entered Phase Two reopening on Fri., Jun. 5 — allowing for larger indoor and outdoor gatherings, bars and restaurants to stay open until midnight, the opening of pools and spas and a number of other updates — Cottage Grove residents will have to wait a bit longer to use the Warren H. Daugherty Aquatic Center as it's...

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Season's greetings in The GroveCottage Grove celebrated Christmas with Santa, hayrides and many more activities over the weekend.

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The meaning of all those 'little flags'Though we live in a time when the lines that divide us often seem more prevalent than the things that unite us, this Monday we can put those differences aside in solemn appreciation of the men and women throughout our nation's history who sacrificed themselves so that we can live - and even disagree - as Americans.

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Students lead protestApproximately 30 students from Cottage Grove High School walked out of class on Friday, Feb.

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Thanks for exercise; Community doo-gooders-Letters to the EditorI shoveled my driveway a couple times due to continuing days of snow. Along came a city snowplow and covered the entrance to the driveway - the rest of the driveways on the street also.

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Capitol BeatSweet Cakes by Melissa of Oregon is headed back to court. The bakery first found itself in the national spotlight and in a legal dispute after citing religious beliefs in declining to bake a cake for a same sex couple.

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Sheriff's Office seeks public's assistance locating assault suspectInvestigation had identified 48-year-old James Allen Vaughn of Eugene as a suspect in the recent assault of a Dorena man.

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Creswell burglary suspect arrested after burglary is interrupted by neighborOn 6/25/2020 at 7:46am the Lane County Sheriff's Office received a report than a man, later identified as 49 year old James Paul Smith of Creswell, had followed a community member home and refused to leave the community member's porch.

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Holiday TravelsThe kids are getting out of school this week, and you are packing your bags for the big trip to the in-laws.

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Eagles land new coachDon Hakala, principal of Yoncalla Elementary and former Linfield College star, has been hired as the next Yoncalla High School boys basketball coach.

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Ongoing South Lane County eventsCreswell Over 40 Wednesdays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Creswell Community Center, 99 S. First St.

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Pet Tips 'n' Tales: Tucker's Cupboard pool partyWhat happens when you put 17 dogs in a 100 ft long by 50 ft wide pool?

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Official updates on the coronavirusOfficial updates regarding the coronavirus provided by county, state and national health organizations. This page is updated frequently.

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Governor Brown officially closes schools for remainder of school yearRegarding seniors who were concerned about graduation, Brown stated that, "All of our high school seniors who were on track to graduate prior to the statewide school closure will receive a passing grade for their courses."

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Happy ThanksgivingLiving in Oregon for the past three decades is one of my many blessings. As Californians, we were accepted whole-heartedly by our new friends and neighbors who couldn't understand how we had ever lived and thrived in a big city with all that sunshine!

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Offbeat Oregon HistoryExt time you're heading over Santiam Pass from the Willamette Valley, you might take a second to glance over at the side of the big potato-shaped promontory around which the highway bends as you pass Three Finger Jack.

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CGPD offers perspective on changing law enforcement landscapeCottage Grove law enforcement achievements demonstrate a distinction from the concerns of those in larger cities.

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SLCFR Chief Wooten reinstated, board VP resignsFollowing more than an hour of executive session discussion regarding the matter, board members Tom Monroe, Cheryl Shannon and Dan Duffy voted in favor of the reinstatement while Board President Joel Higdon and Board Vice President Jennifer Radcliffe voted against the motion.

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Our future depends on a generation that is anything but silentAs we begin the long and what I expect to be an arduous approach to the 2020 elections, as Americans we must remember that disparaging the next generation into silence would be a tragedy for our nation's future...

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Why I teach…I thought about some of my favorite teachers from high school, what impact they had made in my life and the fact that they will always be part of the best memories of my teenage years.

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Oregon College Savings Plan Gives Kindergarteners' Accounts $25Kinder Grad will join the Oregon College Savings Plan's popular Baby Grad incentive program, now in its second year.

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Wildfire Awareness Month Focusses on Making Homes Safe from WildfireTo reduce the risk, fire officials suggest removing dead vegetation a minimum of 30 feet around homes and other structures.

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Gabbing 'Gabby': A Sandy Dog!The ball rolled into the hole as she dug deeper and deeper, sand flying out behind her and spraying everyone.

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Cottage Grove man charged with sexual abuseA Cottage Grove man has been arrested after admitting to sexually abusing a juvenile for years.

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Isaiah Brevard, 4* Wide Receiver, Commits to DucksCristobal has added another wide receiver to his 2021 class! Isaiah Brevard is a four-star prospect from Southaven, Mississippi.

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