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Report: Oregon to play in the Maui Invitational in 2021 According to a report, the Oregon men's basketball team is going to make their third appearance in one of the best preseason college basketball tournaments. College Basketball Insider Jon Rothstein reported on Tuesday afternoon the Ducks were expected to be named one of eight participants for the 2021 Maui Invitational Basketball Tournament.
An Independent Film Shot in Southern Oregon is the No. 1 Movie in the Country If you need further proof we’re living in strange times, just take a look at the box office: a Southern Oregon-shot indie was the No. 1 movie in the country last weekend.
Coronavirus in Oregon: Patients wait for care as doctors cancel thousands of non-emergency procedures Kate Brown ordered that health care providers cease all non-emergency procedures to preserve protective equipment for medical personnel treating coronavirus patients. Randall Children's Hospital called that same day to inform Hilty that her son's surgery would have to be postponed.
What are the 2020 football win totals for Oregon and Oregon State, Pac-12 teams? Oregon has the Pac-12's highest win total at 9½. And the Beavers don't have the lowest total. In fact, the projected wins totals have 10 of the conference's 12 teams within a half-game of qualifying for a bowl game. Here are the totals based on a full regular season, which cannot be assumed will come to pass because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Governor Brown sees no end in sight to restaurant take-out / delivery services…. Governor Kate Brown Aligns Dates on Dine-In Prohibition With Stay Home, Save Lives Order. - Governor Kate Brown today issued Executive Order 20-14, aligning the effective date for the prohibition on dine-in food and drink consumption in Oregon with that of her Stay Home, Save Lives order.
Trailer Trail Work Just before social distancing really kicked in, I gave a short training session to other COTA members on how to use our BOB trailers for trail work. We went through things like selecting one of the Robert Axle Project axles for our bikes, how to attach the trailer to the axle, and how to load tools.
THE LATEST: Headlines from around Oregon on the outbreak DIGEST: Get the latest local and regional news coverage from Salem Reporter and other news organizations in one place.
For Deaf Oregonians, COVID-19 Is Compounding Existing Challenges Barrios had a job in construction, but like many of his friends, his work has dried up because of the economic fallout of COVID-19. But the challenges he and his friends face as newly unemployed people are compounded, Barrios said, by the fact that they are Deaf.
Oregon Hospitals Say Their Revenue Is Plunging as They Cancel Elective Surgeries Oregon Association of Hospitals and Health Systems.
Guest Editorial: "Even If Offered a Loan from the Paycheck Protection Program, I Probably Won't Take It" The coronavirus crisis in Portland is a major threat to the Mercury's ability to keep the city informed. We pride ourselves on having navigated many storms in the world of independent local media, but this time is different.
Oregon coach Mario Cristobal, wife donate lunches to Eugene police The Cristobal family sent the Eugene Police Department boxed lunches to the Eugene Police Department on Tuesday. "Thank you for your selfless service to our community!" cards with each lunch read. "We appreciate you!
Free lunch for truckers Thursday at Oregon's Woodburn Port of Entry - The Oregon Trucking Association is offering a free lunch to truck drivers this Thursday "in a show of support for the service and dedication of truck drivers.
Coronavirus death toll reaches 33 in Oregon, with 1,181 total cases confirmed - Health officials are reporting four more deaths from coronavirus in Oregon on Tuesday, bringing the state's death toll to 33. Oregon has identified 1,181 cases of coronavirus statewide, the Office of Emergency Management said in a daily update released April 7.
A Descent Into Movies and Madness Your friendly local film reviewer copes amid the crisis by curating his own "film festivals"
Hunting, most fishing continue in Oregon, but those venturing out encouraged to stay close to home "But my tip to anyone is that you should do your activities as close to home as possible." Melcher said in an interview he's coordinating regularly with the governor's office about her stay-home order, but hasn't been given any directives to close anything despite several requests.
Today's Coronavirus News Roundup: COVID-Related Gun Sales, Trump Staff Shakeup, and Wisconsin GOP is Anti-Life Here's your daily roundup of all the local and national news about COVID-19. - As of Monday, Oregon's confirmed COVID-19 count stood at 1,132 cases and 29 deaths. United States coronavirus deaths have now surpassed 11,000.
OP-ED: Widespread impact: A pandemic also affects land use planning Perhaps the biggest casualty is the public’s ability to participate in Oregon’s many land use proceedings that must proceed given statutory mandates.
Commercial building permits for April 6, 2020 A $20.5 million new construction permit has been issued for the PAE Living Building in downtown Portland.
Oregon State University offers big helping hand for COVID-19 testing - Oregon State University is helping to expand testing in a big way by providing a critical piece to the Coronavirus testing process, that they're now sending out to hospitals. Inside OSU's animal diagnostic lab at the Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine lies a critical component for COVID-19 testing.
Land use review intakes for April 6, 2020 A Type II adjustment procedure is being sought for a 138-unit affordable housing building in Southeast Portland.
We Asked Local Groceries About Their Mask Policies. Here's Each Store's Response. With local health departments recommending mask wearing, we wanted to know where local grocery stores stand.
Help lines, meal delivery and social support: How organizations in Central Oregon are reaching out to older people in the community Hotlines, meal delivery and social support: How organizations in Central Oregon are reaching out to older people.
As Oregonians Socially Distance, The Unhoused Community Comes Together As Portland residents have sheltered in place, there have been fewer extra resources available for the city’s unhoused community. But the crisis is also bringing the unhoused community together.
Guest Commentary: This Too A window on life in a pandemic world.
Cheetah cubs born at Wildlife Safari - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2 – For the first time in over two years, there’s a new litter of cheetah cubs at a southern Oregon wildlife park. Wildlife Safari opened in 1972 and is the only drive-through animal park in the state of Oregon. There are over 500 animals in the facility that covers more than 400 acres south of Roseburg.
Model predicts Oregon coronavirus cases will peak April 21 - Social distancing efforts appear to be working in Lane County and Oregon. "You are actively slowing down the spread of COVID-19 and helping us flatten the curve," Jason Davis with Lane County Public Health said Tuesday in a briefing delivered via Facebook Live.
Multnomah County Sees First Positive COVID-19 Cases In Region's Homeless Population Two homeless individuals in Multnomah County have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the county’s public health department.
Oregon Dept. of Revenue warns of scams related to COVID-19 relief payments The Oregon Department of Revenue warned taxpayers Tuesday of calls and email phishing attempts related to the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic and federal government relief payments. These scams can lead to tax-related fraud and identity theft.
Farmworkers - OSHA - Olympic Fencer Farmworkers are continuing to work during the pandemic. OSHA has received over 2,000 complaints in the last several weeks. And legendary fencer Mariel Zagunis tells us how the Olympics postponement is affecting her.
Gov. Brown says, EVERYBODY, wear a mask outside your home! "That last point is a very important detail: wearing a cloth mask may not keep you from getting sick, but it can help you prevent spreading the virus to others. How to make your own homemade mask in under a minute. Click here.
Masks, more room, and passing etiquette: The new rules for riding The Age of Masks is upon us. With growing concerns about COVID-19 infections, Multnomah County health department now recommends the use of masks when you cannot maintain six-feet of distance between yourself and others while outside.
Salvation Army opens walk-up, drive-thru windows in Oregon to help those in need - As the coronavirus pandemic is affecting much of the world, many are adjusting to the challenges and the changes this has brought on. RELATED:Novel coronavirus currently ranked among leading causes of death for Americans.
Oregon Ducks softball ends 2020 in top 10 of polls 9 with 531 points in the NFCA/USA Today poll and No. 8 with 343 points in the USA Softball poll. That's up from No. 9 with 500 points and 334 points, respectively, in the final polls of the abruptly ended regular season.
Governor Kate Brown encourages use of face masks in public - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2 – Oregon Governor Kate Brown issued a statement following the CDC’s latest guidance about using face masks in public. She issued the following comments on the morning of April 7: “This is a rapidly-evolving situation, and each day we learn more about this virus, ” said Governor Brown.
Oregon's Payton Pritchard wins Bob Cousy Award as point guard of the year Pritchard, who averaged 20.5 points, 4.3 rebounds and 5.5 assists, beat out Duke's Tre Jones, Kansas' Devon Dotson, Marquette's Markus Howard and San Diego State's Malachi Flynn for the award. "It means a lot to win this award, to see all the hard work and hours spent in the gym pay off," Pritchard said in a statement.
All-state basketball 2020: Oregon's top 4A girls high school stars Here are the Class 4A girls all-state selections for the 2019-20 Oregon high school basketball season. All-state teams are determined by a vote of the state's coaches and compiled by The Oregonian / OregonLive's high school sports staff. Email [email protected] with any questions, comments or corrections.
Systems and Web Services Librarian State Library of Oregon Salem, Oregon. This position provides technical expertise, day-to-day administration and broad support for traditional and emerging library software solutions and standards.
Primary elections: Will Oregon matter more? OREGON - When it comes to choosing a party nominee for president, primary elections in Oregon are usually a formality. Primary elections are held so late - May 19 this year - in the cycle that the nominee is usually already decided, or most candidates have been winnowed away already.
Ducks Ranked Ninth in Final NFCA Poll This is the eighth time in the last nine years that Oregon has ended a season in the top 10 of the final NFCA Coaches' Poll and the 10th time in the last 11 seasons the Ducks have been ranked at the end of the year. They have also finished as a ranked team 16 times in the 26 years of the poll's existence dating back to 1995.
2nd Oregon State Hospital staff member tests positive for coronavirus Three patients have tested negative, but the number of pending tests for staff is “unknown, ” a spokeswoman said.
Oregon Bucket List ~ Willamette Valley Region Today we explore the region that Oregon Trail pioneers longed to reach, the Willamette Valley. This is also the region that hosts the state's capitol. Albany. Cascadia. Molalla. Monroe. Oakridge. Salem. Silverton. Sublimity. Sweet Home. Tangent. Woodburn.
Becky Jo's Carfree Life: Cats and Quarantine My boy cats are normally super chill, like the kind of cats you can pick up, dress up, lay on and they don't care. We even got a new kitten in December and both the three-year-old male cats we had took to her right away as if she's always been here. But now, now, when the whole world is freaking out, he's freaking out too.
Keeping hope in the hive mind. Early spring is always a roller coaster ride in Western Oregon. Warm sunny afternoons may end in hail, and days of rain can have vivid sun breaks. The clay soil starts to slowly and temperamentally drain and clover is blooming in the unkempt lawn. Before and after work I plant trees and plan for bees.
Jobs of the Week: The CCC, Santa Barbara Bike Coalition, Portland Pedal Power, Velotech The economy is reeling, but there are still jobs to be had in the bike world. Learn more about our freshest listings via the links below… - Mechanic / Brand Ambassador Rider - Portland Pedal Power by Waiter.com. - Youth Programs Supervisor-Safe Routes to School - Community Cycling Center.
Oregon coronavirus April 6: Salem employees test positive for COVID-19 Multiple City of Salem staff members have tested positive for COVID-19. City officials announced the cases Monday but declined to immediately provide additional details about the individuals, including number of cases and in what departments the individuals work.
Northwest Businesses Fight Confusion And The Clock To Get Emergency Loans The Paycheck Protection Program was designed as a lifeline for small businesses hurt by the coronavirus pandemic. However, the emergency program has had a rocky launch.
Vote for Joe Bruin! Kyle Phillips is the 'most valuable' returning player to UCLA Chris Smith enters the NBA draft The junior guard had been mulling the decision over, and has now opted for the NBA What's Bruin, 4/6/20 Postseason honors and virtual check-ins are a thing of today.
Capitol Fax.com - Your Illinois News Radar » Open thread I noted yesterday that the IHME model for COVID-19 deaths in Illinois didn't match the IDPH numbers for April 4, and looked like they added together April 4 and 5 into one day. I sent them an email yesterday and nothing changed in the latest update. If anything IHME is reporting data even farther away from the IDPH stats.
Fairly tale conclusion to Ella Donaghu's collegiate career gets put on hold: Oregon track & field rundown Not bush fires, sharks or the coronavirus can stop determined Australian high jumper Nicola McDermott. Asbel Kiprop, serving a four-year doping ban, says he is determined to clear his name. The British Championships are reset for August. As the pandemic deepens, hope for running events in May fades.
Tennessee Titans go EDGE, RB, OL in Draft Wire's latest mock In his latest three-round mock draft, Draft Wire's Luke Easterling has the Titans adding to each of those positions in the first three rounds. Here's a look at the picks he made, as well as the write-up for the first-round pick. Round 1, pick No. 29: Yetur Gross-Matos - EDGE - Penn State.
Craft Brew Alliance: An Intriguing Spread For A Logical Deal Craft brewing is the main bright spot in a mature U.S. beer market. Craft Brew Alliance trades at a 10% spread to its proposed acquisition price by Anheuser-Busch. Strategic acquisition provides access to the successful Kona brand among others. Craft Brew Alliance is an intriguing situation.
More Learning Resources To Help Parents And Guardians During The Coronavirus Pandemic The state of Oregon has released guidance for.
Take The Athletic’s Oregon Ducks football fan survey OK, Ducks fans, we're looking for your input in advance of the third season of the Mario Cristobal era. How dl you feel about the program?
Could buzz around Dolphins make Tua Tagovailoa an option for Patriots? That's where the Patriots come in. With 12 picks in this year's draft, including No. 23 overall, New England in theory could consider trading up to draft Tagovailoa, whose college coach, Nick Saban, has a strong connection to Bill Belichick. Listen and subscribe to Phil Perry's Next Pats Podcast here:.
One new case and six recoveries. The rest remain active… Carson City, NV) - Quad-County Emergency Operations Center is reporting one new positive case and six additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad County region. This brings the total number of cases to 22, with 8 recoveries, 14 cases remain active.
Corona Virus steals two more lives in Oregon… Apr 7, 2020 - Daily News. COVID-19 has claimed two more lives in Oregon, raising the state's death toll to 29, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 8 a.m. today. Oregon Health Authority also reported 64 new cases of COVID-19 as of 8 a.m. today.
Oregon could see a surge in Covid 19 cases later than the rest of the nation "Oregonians have done an amazing job. By all accounts we are better positioned and doing a better job than almost any other state right now. For those of us who are watching the projections throughout the day almost obsessively, when this all started we were expecting a surge somewhere between the first and second week of April.
Illinois Basketball: Illini pursuing San Francisco transfer Charles Minlend Illinois pursuing Minlend is a great idea. Some of the transfers have been borderline this offseason, but this isn't one of those cases. I would welcome this kid onto the team.
Mostly Local Sports: Bradley Perkins: Dancer, Singer, Athlete "In the U.S., more than 10 million children participate in recreational dance through studios / schools and specific programs. There are approximately 15,000 professional dancers in the U.S. who may rehearse or perform up to 40 hours per week." Marisa Hentis, Daily News-March, 2018.
Capstone Turbine secures its third direct sales order In a statement Tuesday, the company said the order consists of six C65 microturbines from an industrial manufacturer of sorbent minerals in California. The order was secured in the last quarter by the new Capstone Direct Sales organization led by chief revenue officer Jim Crouse.
NFL draft 2020: Ranking all 32 teams' QB needs with player suggestions Yet it will also mark a point in league history when so many prominent quarterbacks were due new contracts, some - namely Hall of Fame-level passers Tom Brady and Philip Rivers plus Cam Newton - leaving the franchises that launched them to stardom.
Evraz will lay off 230 from Portland steel plant, citing coronavirus outbreak "Crude oil prices and pipe product demand have dropped considerably and pipeline construction projects have been delayed or slowed shrinking demand for spiral pipe products." Evraz will shut down its Portland spiral mill, Waldron wrote, but will retain its rolling mill.
C. Oregon golf courses still open, with social distancing policies in place While many outdoor recreation areas have been closed to prevent groups of people from gathering, golf courses in Oregon are allowed to remain open. Many golf courses have implemented changes to enforce social distancing. Courses like Tetherow Golf Course are only allowing members to access the course.
Sammy Hagar & The Circle: Won't Get Fooled Again By SCOTT CUNNINGHAM // Crank it up with this terrific Who cover. Who says you can't make great music during a lockdown? Sammy Hagar and The Circle hooked up over the net to record an in-your-face cover of the Who classic Won't Get Fooled Again. Crank the volume up on this one and rock out.
Oregon State's Mikayla Pivec pivots from disappointment of lost NCAA women's basketball tournament to lending a helping hand This is her final installment. Previous Pivec diary installments:. Nov. Dec. 16. Jan. Feb. 20. By MIKAYLA PIVEC. Hope is a powerful thing. Stronger than anger, sadness, or even fear. During times of uncertainty or turmoil, hope is our baby blanket that we can cling to for immediate comfort while we daydream of a better future.
The highest coronavirus infection rate in Oregon? Marion County Experts can't point to a clear reason why Marion County residents are infected at a higher rate than elsewhere in Oregon.
Oregon coronavirus peak seen in two weeks, avoiding worst-case scenario, UW model forecasts Kate Brown's social distancing restrictions, Oregonians have helped the state escape the worst of the global pandemic. as long as people continue to stay home. The new forecast from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation shows Oregon's hospital system is capable of handling coronavirus patients.
OSHA investigating 2,000 complaints filed by Oregon workers during coronavirus outbreak Over the past two weeks, Oregon Occupational Safety and Health has received 2,284 complaints about workplace violations citing the coronavirus outbreak. The department receives 2,000 complaints a year on average, according to OSHA AdministratorMichael Wood.
Trump approves flood disaster declaration for Oregon, funding available The Federal Emergency Management Agency has announced that Oregon will receive federal help for flooding and storms in the northeastern section of the state.
Oregon pot sales see coronavirus boost, but outlook remains hazy March was a record month for marijuana sales in Oregon, with statewide sales up 36% over the same period last year as consumers laid in stash to tide them through the coronavirus pandemic. But retailers are hardly celebrating.
SOU giving discounts to some student fees - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2 – While Southern Oregon University students aren’t physically on campus, they still have to pay some student fees. SOU Spokesperson, Joe Mosley says the Board of Trustees and the student government agreed to reduce some student fees.
England town uses Oregon's 'exploding whale' to teach lesson about coronavirus A town in northern England is using Oregon's infamous "exploding whale" incident as a teaching tool for how to survive the pandemic. The Doncaster Council posted a thread on Twitter.
What's going on around the cities and county of Lincoln??? Now that the Corona Virus has forced most of us to remain behind closed doors in our homes, condos and apartments - not to mention travel trailers - we all need to figure out what's going on and where, so the silence doesn't drive us crazy.
Oregon National Guard clamp down in Djibouti during coronavirus crisis - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2 CAMP LEMMONIER, Djibouti — The effects of coronavirus are far reaching even to troops overseas. Oregon National Guard members serving in the Horn of Africa are no exception. While troops are staying healthy according to the National Guard, bases are locking down and readjusting to limit any chance of exposure.
Oregon teachers parade past students they haven't seen in three weeks One of the latest social-distancing trends is the teacher parade, in which teachers wave to their students as they drive past in their cars. The staff at Elmonica Elementary in Beaverton held a parade on Sunday as a kick-off to a more structured virtual learning schedule that started this week.
Troy Franklin, 5-star wide receiver, has Oregon Ducks in top 6 On Monday, 247Sports composite five-star wide receiver Troy Franklin trimmed his list to a final six: Alabama, Arizona State, LSU, Oregon, USC and Washington:. The 6-foot-2, 170-pound pass-catcher, out of Menlo-Atherton High School, is rated the nation's No.
Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu wins 2nd straight Wooden Award Oregon senior guard Sabrina Ionescu won the women's John R. Wooden Award as the country's most outstanding player for the second straight year on Monday. Ionescu, who starred at Miramonte High in Orinda before joining the Ducks, became the sixth woman to win the award twice, and the fifth to win it in back-to-back years.
Coronavirus breakout closes Kaiser Westside pharmacy, 7 staffers diagnosed positive None of the Kaiser pharmacy employees have died as a result of the virus. Most have not been hospitalized. About 80% of COVID-19 sufferers do not get seriously ill. For the other 20%, particularly those with underlying health conditions, it can be more serious and even deadly.
Washington keeps classrooms closed through school year, Oregon still considering options - Students in Washington will not return to their classrooms for the rest of the school year, and will instead learn from home with tablets or computers. Governor Jay Inslee said it is necessary during the coronavirus outbreak as the state works to flatten the curve.
Library Support & Development Services Program Manager The Library Support and Development Services Program Manager reports to the State Librarian and manages the Library Support and Development Services division. The Library Support and Development Services Division of the State Library is responsible for consulting with Oregon libraries to improve local library service for all Oregonians.
Communications & Operations Analyst State Library of Oregon Salem, Oregon. The Communications and Operations Analyst works collaboratively with agency management to develop, maintain and evaluate the agency's communication processes, its policies and standards.
COVID-19 Small Bike Business Resource Guide: Part 3 - A Roundup of Revenue Sources The final installment of our three-part series written by Rebecca Small and Shawn Small. On Friday, we shared information on the two programs that are intended to help you maintain payroll. However, businesses have other expenses besides payroll.
SOU starts online spring term classes - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2 — Students at Southern Oregon University are starting spring term after a two week spring break. SOU is among many colleges who announced it’s going fully online for spring term to slow the spread of coronavirus. Student Britney Sharp says some classes are still meeting at a specific time through Zoom video calls.
New to Oregon gardening? Strawberries promise a sweet start What you need to know about growing strawberries in Oregon, whether you're a new or experienced gardener.
Latest 2020 mock draft has Dolphins doubling down on OL early Latest 2020 mock draft has Dolphins doubling down on OL early.
Circle The Wagons With These 4 Defensive Dividend Stocks During the westward expansion of the 1800s, many American settlers braved the untamed wilderness to arrive at a better life on the far coast. They traveled in wagon caravans, and when attacked by bandits or natives, they would circle the wagons to create a protective barrier.
LA Rams OL coach Aaron Kromer very valuable in 2020 NFL Draft The LA Rams need offensive line help in the 2020 NFL Draft, and offensive line coach Aaron Kromer will help the team find starting gems The LA Rams will be…
OncoSec Medical partnering with Providence Cancer Institute on CORVax12 trial for potential coronavirus vaccine The biotechnology company is developing CORVax12, a novel DNA-encodable investigational vaccine designed to act as a prophylactic vaccine to prevent COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus.
Police from Delaware, Maryland and more are pulling over out-of-state drivers: Today in Pa. California, Oregon and Washington loan ventilators to New York to help them combat the virus. Meanwhile, police in several states are pulling over out-of-state drivers. And, in happier news, two Pa. companies are offering to disinfect the vehicles of first responders for free.
Postcards From The Pandemic: Gig Driving In The Time Of COVID-19 Tawasi Soce is a gig driver — of people and packages — for various companies. He sent OPB recordings of what his days are like as the coronavirus pandemic alters the fabric of daily life in Portland, Oregon.
Senator Wyden offers web link for Oregonians during global pandemic - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2 — During this uncertain time, Oregon Senator Ron Wyden says he’s making sure unemployed Oregonians, small businesses and others get the resources they need at the touch of a button.
Warriors' players trying to stay in shape while being forced to stay in place With gyms and parks closed, athletes who make millions to play basketball are struggling to find a place to shoot jumpers, a frustrating reality for those who pride themselves on staying sharp and in game shape. Though the Warriors might not play again this season, they must be ready for any scenario.
California loans 500 ventilators to 4 states, 2 territories Gavin Newsom announced earlier the nation's most populous state would share some of its ventilators, a necessary tool to keep struggling patients breathing, with the national stockpile even as it hunts for more of its own supplies.
Former Oregon AG, Medford representative dies "Jim" Redden, a former Oregon attorney general, state treasurer, federal district judge and state representative from Medford is being remembered as a wily courtroom lawyer, a sage judge and a legislator deft at working across the aisle, crafting the pioneering Beach Bill and many other environmental laws that "still benefit us today.
Sabrina Ionescu Wins the John R. Wooden Award She is only of TWO players ever to win the award three times, joining UCONN, WNBA, and USWNT legend Sue Bird. The Ducks weren't done picking up awards however, as Ruthy Hebard won the McClain Award and Satou Sabally won the Cheryl Miller Award. Oregon is the first program ever to place three winners in the same year.
Celebrating a half-century of Earth Day on the Central Oregon Coast The event will be held on Earth Day, April 22nd from 6:00 to 8:30 pm on the Zoom video conference platform. The event will feature local musicians, elected officials, and environmental / service organizations.
Oregon rolls out financial resource website for thousands of unemployed Oregonians - There is now a financial resource site for thousands of Oregonians who are struggling while unemployed. It comes after congress recently passed the economic rescue package known as the Cares Act. The financial resource site is a one-stop weblink center for individuals, families, employees and small businesses to help gain financial resources.
2 more people die from COVID-19 in Oregon - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2 – COVID-19 has claimed two more lives in Oregon, bringing the death toll to 29 in the state. The Oregon Health Authority said the latest deaths were a 93-year-old man in Washington County and a 70-year-old woman in Marion County. Both had underlying health conditions.
Fundraiser Targets Those Left Out of Stimulus Central Oregonians launch campaign to offer assistance to support undocumented and mixed-status families.
Looking Ahead: Defensive Tackle After signing the nation's No. 1 recruiting class in 2020, per ESPN, Clemson is putting together a 2021 class that looks like it will be special as well. There is a long way to go before the cycle is over, but the Tigers currently own the No.
Planned Parenthood chapters across Oregon are helping patients through telehealth services - Planned Parenthood's Southwestern Oregon chapter continues to help patients with telehealth services. In a press release, they said that they are doing so because "this ensures, even in this uncertain time, our patients can access high-quality, affordable healthcare services - no matter what.
Jackson County leads the state of Oregon in COVID-19 testing per capita Local public health officials confirmed on Monday that Jackson County has become a leader in coronavirus testing within the state of Oregon.
It's Official: Central Oregon Health Departments Recommend Wearing Masks Make 'em out of t-shirts. Buy one from a pro.
Aaron Estrada, MAAC rookie of the year, commits to Oregon Ducks men's basketball The 6-foot-4, 207-pound point guard is the reigning Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference rookie of the year after averaging 8.1 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game, while shooting 40.5 percent from the field, 34.0 from three-point range and 87.9 percent from the free-throw line.
With virus in the air, Portlanders packed onto streets and paths this weekend I'm trying to justify an important article I just read in The Oregonian with what I saw on a ride through Portland Sunday. And I can't do it. The article sounds an alarm that the ubiquitous "6 feet" social distancing recommendation might not be nearly enough - especially when outdoors.
Housing grant funds bound for Oregon as in 49 other states Merkley, Wyden Announce Over $32 Million in Housing Grants to Support Vulnerable Oregonians During Coronavirus Crisis. Community members who need social services, are experiencing homelessness, and fighting AIDS will benefit. - Oregon's U.S. Senators Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden today announced that the U.S.
California joins Oregon, Washington in sending ventilators to hard-hit New York Gavin Newsom announced Monday the state would loan 500 ventilators to the national stockpile for use by New York and other states experiencing a crush of coronavirus-related hospitalizations.
2019 - 2020 Snowbird Year Wrap Up Despite all our best efforts we did hit snow this year, fortunately Maxx wasn't with us… remember he was chillin at the side of the road in Nevada while we had to drive into Utah for parts to fix our wheel. Over the past six months:.
No Miracles Here As I look upon the hills, I wonder how to photograph them in interesting ways that will appeal to my audience. Mounds, I tell myself, even the vermilion colored mystical ones before me are only as interesting to others as I make them so.
Oregon man tosses lit firework at woman, sets 4 U-Hauls, hapless gas thief on fire, cops say The wild blaze erupted early Sunday morning in Eugene when Dylan Thomas Hannah, 28, got into a verbal altercation with a woman in her 30s outside a U-Haul storage center on Oroyan Avenue about 5:45 a.m., police said.
Today's Coronavirus News Roundup: Oregon Cases Top 1,000, Boris Johnson Taken to ICU, and Wells Fargo Screws Us Again - Oregon saw its number of coronavirus cases pass 1,000 this weekend. The total number of COVID-19 deaths in the state as of Sunday was 27. The country overall crossed the 10,000 deaths milestone on Monday morning. UPDATE: As of today, Monday April 6, the total number of positive COVID-19 cases is 1,132.
Oregon Temporarily Lifts Weekly Work Hour Limits for Certain Manufacturers for COVID-19 Crisis Oregon employers received a temporary easing of the weekly work hour limits on manufacturing employees to address the emergency created by the coronavirus pandemic.
Re-Live Oregon State Baseball's 2018 Game Two Versus Arkansas on Tuesday - Ninth inning, down 3-2, in game two of the 2018 College World Series finals against Arkansas. That's what was facing the Oregon State baseball team on June 27, 2018 as Zak Taylor came to the plate top open the ninth versus the Razorbacks. He eventually walked, and well, the rest is history.
Oregon Employment Department is hiring amid coronavirus closures, layoffs Due to the mass layoffs and business closures brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, the State of Oregon Employment Department says it's hiring to keep up with the incoming claims.
3 Oregon WinCo workers test positive for coronavirus The company learned of the positive tests Saturday. Each of the employees has been off work and in self-quarantine for at least seven days.
"As I Walked Out One Evening" by WH Auden Look, oh, look in the mirror. Look in your distress.Life remains a blessing although you cannot bless.Stand, oh, stand at the window as the tears scald and start.You will love your crooked neighbor with your crooked heart.
Oregon high school football: Major scholarship offers pour in for top local talent If the Oregon Ducks and Oregon State Beavers hope to keep the top class of 2021 and 2022 Oregon high school prospects in the state for college, the recruiting battle got significantly more difficult this week.
Dig Up Your Own Stunning Thunder Eggs At This Central Oregon Mine Geodes are mostly hollow, while thundereggs are solid or almost completely solid. The photo above is a thunderegg, and the photo below is a geode. The thunderegg became known as Oregon's state rock in 1965.
Oregon, Wash. face 'significant large fire potential' starting in July - Much of the Pacific Northwest is facing "significant large fire potential" for the summer, according to the latest National Interagency Fire Center forecast. Despite a wet and cool March and forecasts of April showers, the agency expects that the region's long-term drought conditions will persist.
Oregon makes the cut for blue-chip corner Deuce Harmon Denton Guyer cornerback Deuce Harmon released his top ten schools on twitter this Monday with the Ducks making the cut. Oregon extended the offer to the Texas-based cornerback in late February and jumped into his top ten beating out a number of other teams on Harmon's 20+ school offer sheet.
Ghost bike on Southeast Gladsone won't be removed, City says In the past few days I've heard from two readers concerned that a ghost bike in the Creston-Kenilworth neighborhood would be removed by the City of Portland. "I know there is a ton going on right now and this probably not high on most everyone's list of important things," the reader shared.
Human remains found off forest road east of Sweet Home, Oregon - Investigators are working to identify human remains found Friday off a Forest Service road east of Sweet Home. "At this time, we have limited information on the deceased individual and will be working with the State Medical Examiner's Office to discover cause of death and the identity of the individual," the sheriff's office said.
Oregon builders, state agencies out with job site safety recommendations The Oregon Home Builders Association said Monday it has partnered with the Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division and the Oregon Construction Contractors Board to develop a comprehensive list of COVID-19 job site safety recommendations. The recommendations, which incorporate and build on the workplace safety recommendations issued by Gov.
Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu Headlines 2020 Naismith Starting 5 Sabrina Ionescu is one of three Oregon players who has been named to the women's basketball Naismith Starting Five. Ionescu was honored as the top point guard, while Satou Sabally and Ruthy Hebard were honored as the best small forward and power forward respectively.
Oregon Chief Justice Says Court Proceedings Will Continue With Health At Forefront Oregon Chief Justice Martha Walters has ordered courthouses statewide to postpone most trials and to limit in-person court service.
Golf, Eat, Stay in Eastern Oregon Golfers have a love affair with Oregon. The state is home to several nationally ranked courses that are open to public play. But great golf extends beyond the Coast and the shadow of the Cascade Mountains to rugged Eastern Oregon, where pronghorn and bighorn sheep do indeed roam.
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2 new cases of COVID-19 brings Lane County to 30 as Oregon total surpasses 1,000 - Lane County now has 30 positive test results for COVID-19 out of at least 985 tests conducted for county residents. To date, one person has died. Lane County Public Health said the new positves are: A Eugene-Springfield man in his 40s who is medically stable and at home.
The Monday Roundup: Bike shops are not essential, streets for people everywhere, Trump hates clean air, and more Here are the most noteworthy items our community came across in the past seven days… Portland's "green dream" deferred: Curbed took a deep dive into Portland's planning and transportation work and realized we've been resting on laurels for years and have not lived up to our proud legacy of change-making.
Rapid Testing Could Ease Social Distancing. But Getting the Kits to Do So? Another Story. A Bend test kit distributor describes his challenges importing at-home test kits.
Oregon AD, former CFP chair Rob Mullens joins growing list taking pay cuts Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens joins many school leaders in Eugene and across the country in taking a reduced salary due to coronavirus.
Coronavirus can't be a cover for elder abuse The situation in Spain due to coronavirus is dire. But what is particularly horrifying, is how many of the nation's elderly are being neglected during this time. BioEdge reports that:. Even more shocking, according to the English translation of the Spanish newspaper El Pais:.
California to lend 500 ventilators to national stockpile California's governor says the state will lend 500 ventilators to the national stockpile for use by New York and other states experiencing a crush of hospitalizations due to the coronavirus. Gov. Gavin Newsom's announcement on Monday follows commitments by Oregon and Washington to transfer ventilators to New York.
White House: States need to better calibrate supply requests The White House said Monday that some states are requesting far more medical supplies than they need to fight the coronavirus pandemic, pushing back against criticism that the distribution of vital equipment has been chaotic.
Eugene, Oregon is becoming a sports Mecca with hosting the 2021 World Championships Eugene, Oregon is becoming a sports Mecca with hosting the 2021 World Championships originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest. Tracktown USA will never be the same. It only keeps growing not just on a national scale, but global.
Oregon State Hospital staff member tests positive for coronavirus A staff member at the Oregon State Hospital has tested positive for coronavirus, officials said Friday. The Oregon Health Authority did not report at which facility the staff member worked, when the positive case was discovered or whether other staff members had been tested.
Oregon keeps hunting and fishing open, for now While some states are closing or postponing spring hunting and fishing seasons due to coronavirus concerns, other states are still monitoring the evolving situation.
Predicting who will be Oregon's defensive statistical leaders Predicting who will be Oregon's defensive statistical leaders.
How The Beach Became A Birthright - Oregon Coast Magazine Story By Claire Hall Photo Above: Trail at Cape Perpetua, Oregon. By Dennis Frates Nothing defines the progressive spirit of Oregon better than the Beach Bill, a state law that grants public access to all of our incomparably beautiful shoreline. The year 2017 marked the 50th birthday of that landmark…
Oregon Bucket List ~ Mt. Hood and Columbia River Gorge Region Headed into a gorgeous region filled with mountains and waterfalls today! Lots of outdoor areas to explore! Bridal Veil. Cascade Locks. Corbett. The Dalles. Estacada. Fairveiw. Maupin. Mosier. Mount Hood Village. Rowena. Sandy. Wasco. All attractions can be found in the 2019 Oregon and Columbia Gorge to Mount Hood Visitor Guides.
Sides Line Up On Coronavirus Reporting; Oregon Tops 1,000 for COVID-19 Cases; LCC Online; Gas Prices Take a Dip; Regulations Eased It began as a plea for Lane County to broaden the regulations for reporting COVID-19 cases in rural Lane County that sparked a debate between public health and personal privacy. Late Friday afternoon the Siuslaw news posted an article on social media about the potential of a Florence coronavirus case.
Social Distancing: Businesses Rethink Approach "The team has taken multiple steps to practice social distancing and assess daily opportunities to flatten the curve." A floral designer at Eugene-based Rhythm and Blooms, who chose to remain anonamous, says that although the flower shop is closed to the public, and it no longer delivers to hospitals, sales have been a little above average lately.
The Primitive Origins of the Complex Sponges - Oregon Coast Magazine Story and photos by Joanne Carroll-Huemoeller We have a surprisingly large number of sponges in our Pacific Northwest waters and they seem to thrive. Using the words primitive and complex in the same phrase, as in the title of this article, rings of an oxymoron.
Oregon’s Tribal Beadwork - Oregon Coast Magazine STORY BY GRACE ELTING CASTLE New interest in both the preservation of existing beadwork and the creation of new pieces ensures that the artful tradition will be passed on to future generations. For many decades, the beautiful beadwork of Oregon’s coastal tribal members was known only to museum visitors or…
Senator Merkley and 34 other senators Apr 6, 2020 - Daily News. Myself and 34 other U.S. Senators write to express our disappointment with the lack of funding dedicated for distance learning in the third Corona Virus relief package that recently passed Congress.
Pence Construction: Scott Elementary School - Daily Journal of Commerce SUB-BIDS REQUESTED SALEM-KEIZER SCHOOL DISTRICT Scott Elementary School Pence is requesting bids on: 4/9/20 at 12:00 PM Pence Construction is requesting bids for the construction Scott Elementary School Addition for the Salem-Keizer School District Project Name: Mary Eyre Elementary School Addition, Located at: 4700 Arizona Ave NE, Salem, OR...
Ancestry Brewing Another night in Portland meant another brewery to explore, and this trip brought me to Ancestry Brewing, a relative newcomer to the craft beer scene here but one I have been eager to visit. Founded in 2016, they have rapidly expanded to three tap rooms along with an impressive array of distribution around the state.
OHA Update - Schnitzer Remembrance - Crumpacker Interview We get the latest from the Oregon Health Authority. And we'll talk to Jimmy Crumpacker, one of the candidates for Oregon's second Congressional district.
Live Updates: Oregon's Coronavirus Tally Surpasses 1,000 Oregon's known cases of the novel coronavirus easily surpassed 1,000 over the weekend, putting the total counted by state and local authorities at 1,070.
Oregon primary to go on as scheduled on May 19 Despite challenges brought by the coronavirus pandemic, the Oregon state presidential primary will go on as scheduled, according to Multnomah County. The statewide vote-by-mail election will still be held on Tuesday, May 19, 2020.
'The Four Top': Rethinking American Nutrition Guidelines Everything we thought we knew about nutrition was wrong. According to journalist Nina Teicholz, Dr. Miles Hassell, and salumist Elias Cairo, a salami a day might just keep the doctor away.
Drouhin - Producing Distinctive Wines In Burgundy And Oregon The name Drouhin has been among the most recognized in Burgundy for 140 years, since a young Joseph Drouhin founded his own wine company in the town of Beaune.
Oregon coronavirus April 5: One death, number of cases over 1,000 Oregon's 27th COVID-19 death was a 62-year-old Multnomah County woman who tested positive April 2 and died the same day in her residence, according to OHA. It was not known Sunday if she had underlying medical conditions. COVID-19 in Oregon, by the numbers, as of Sunday, April 5:.
Medical Experts Urge Caution As Potential COVID-19 Treatments Surface As more potential treatments for COVID-19 surface, experts fields of medicine and science, including a Portland physician and medical school professor, are urging caution and patience.
Coronavirus in Oregon : Oregon, Washington seek to aid NY with ventilator shipments Officials also reported one new death, bring the state's total number of deaths to 27. OREGON'S FIRST FATALITY: Lynn Bryan was the first Oregonian to die from COVID-19. A lifelong Oregonian, he grew up in Newberg and served in the Army. He worked a number of jobs over the years, including stints as a mapmaker and city engineering technician.
What the addition of Anthony Brown means to Oregon's QB competition: Ducks Confidential podcast Listen to this week's edition of the Ducks Confidential podcast.
Could A Rent Freeze Work In Oregon? Landlords, Experts Are Skeptical Landlords and property owners worry a rent freeze, without relief for them, would only push the economic pain caused by COVID-19 higher up the food chain.
As Oregon Schools Roll Out Distance Learning, Some Students May Be Left Behind Oregon schools are closed until at least April 28, and it's looking like they might not reopen this year. The state wants distance learning plans in place by next week. But ensuring every student learns out of the classroom won't be easy.
New Website Helps Oregonians Impacted By COVID-19 Navigate State Services SEIU 503 launched a new website today to help Oregonians impacted by COVID-19 get the help they need and put food on the table. GetHelpCOVIDOregon.org connects all Oregonians to services like unemployment benefits and the Oregon Health Plan.
Quack Fix 4-6-20: Duo of Ducks Depart WBB Team Cochrane and Winterburn peace out.
Alternate Reality: Sabrina Ionescu's Kobe moment wins Oregon… Seven seconds on the clock. This was the unfinished business Sabrina Ionescu had returned to Oregon to complete. The voice of Kobe Bryant in her head, telling her to "take it to the next, next level.
California sends 500 ventilators back to national stockpile Some California health officials have gained more confidence in recent days that the state's infection curve is flattening, particularly in the San Francisco Bay Area, which took the nation's earliest shelter-in-place actions. But Newsom cautioned that his own state is equipping for a surge anticipated to climax in the coming weeks.
This 104-year-old Italian woman just kicked coronavirus' ass An Italian woman aged 104 has recovered from coronavirus - making her the world's oldest known survivor, according to a report. Ada Zanusso tested positive for the potentially deadly bug after falling ill on March in a nursing home in Biella where 20 elderly residents have died, according to The Sun.
Deer Ridge Prison Housing Unit, near Madras; placed in isolation due to COVID-19 — Oregon's newest state prison, Deer Ridge Correctional Institution east of Madras, has isolated one housing unit of nearly 130 inmates "due to health concerns" but has had no positive cases of the COVID-19 virus, an Oregon Department of Corrections representative said.
Jordan Cove LNG appeals to US Commerce Secretary for clearance Developer hopes Trump administration can override Oregon permitting decision.
Bucs Monday Mailbag: Brady's Successor, Veteran DB Help The PR Bucs Monday Mailbag is where PewterReport.com's Mark Cook answers your questions from our Twitter account. You can submit your question each week via Twitter using the hashtag #PRMailbag. Below are the questions we chose for this week's edition of the PR Bucs Monday Mailbag.
What impact is the coronavirus making in British and world athletics? UK Athletics has said the British Championships, which were scheduled for June 20-21, will now be staged on August 8-9 in Manchester, assuming the situation has improved sufficiently by then.
Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu wins third Nancy Lieberman Award as point guard of the year Ionescu joins Sue Bird as the only three-time winners of the award. The Ducks won the Pac-12 regular season and conference tournament titles behind Ionescu, who averaged 17.5 points, 8.6 rebounds and 9.1 assists.
Oregon should see a surge in Covid 19 cases later than the rest of the nation That triad is a good sign that maybe it's time to come in. But for the most part, people don't need to come in. Your PCP is a great gatekeeper for telling you whether you need to come to the ER. "If you feel like you have the symptoms then I would assume you do.
Inmates in Oregon could be one solution to the face mask shortage Inmates in Oregon could be one solution to the face mask shortage, Local News, Portland local News, Breaking News alerts for Portland city.
Trump's Firing of IG Linked to Impeachment Criticized Danielle Brian, executive director for the Project on Government Oversight, called it an assault on democracy and civil society.
School's Out, Ore. Teachers Find Ways to Help With schools closed, Oregon teachers are finding other ways to support students and their communities. Claudia McClellan is a Spanish teacher at Westview High School in the Beaverton School District. After classes were suspended, McClellan grew concerned about her students' well-being.
Oregon Now Has More Than 1,000 Cases of COVID-19 One more death from COVID-19 was announced Sunday.
Washington, following Oregon's lead, returns 500 ventilators for use in New York "This should guide all of our actions at an individual and state level in the coming days and weeks." Retired Vice Adm. Raquel Bono, director of the state's COVID-19 Health System Response Management, said mitigation efforts put in place by Inslee resulted in fewer infections in communities.
5 questions on Pac-12 basketball, part 3: Oregon and Washington Yes, these two programs are different, but when the next college basketball season does begin, they will share the same question, the third in our series of five important Pac-12 basketball questions: Can the Ducks and Huskies carry past achievements into the future?
Sunday Susan time and playing with makeup It is Sunday and again another day at home as Susan. Now I am getting a lot of time at home now with everything shut down because of the Coronavirus so I am spending my time as Susan and trying different makeup looks. This weekend I have been working on my eyes, false eye lashes and my eyebrows.
WA Portland OR Zone Forecast WA Portland OR Zone Forecast for Sunday, April 5, 2020. Zone Forecasts for Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington. National Weather Service Portland OR. 258 AM PDT Mon Apr 6 2020. Spot Temperatures are for Today, Tonight, Tuesday, Tuesday. Night, and Wednesday.
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Governors plead for food stamp flexibility amid pandemic I don't want to go out to the store." Buying groceries online - which many Americans are doing to drastically reduce how often they leave their homes - is only open to SNAP recipients in six U.S. states, and Pennsylvania is not one of them. Now, state governments and food security activists across the country are imploring the U.S.
'Toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads, Trump says WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump is warning that the country could be headed into its "toughest" weeks yet as the coronavirus death toll mounts, but at the same time he expressed growing impatience with social distancing guidelines and said he's eager to get the country reopened and its stalled economy back on track.
New York Deaths Rise by Another Record to 3,565, Cuomo Says New York State reported its highest daily number of coronavirus deaths on Saturday, adding 630 fatalities for a total of 3,565, Governor Andrew Cuomo said. New York continues to scramble for resources before the state. the epicenter for the Covid-19 outbreak in the U.S.
Oregon's Jordon Scott Helping Feed The Less Fortunate While Home In Florida Last week Scott and his mother, Kim, along with a handful of other volunteers, served more than 2,000 slices of pizza and beverages while spending time with the homeless and underprivileged youths in Saint Petersburg.
Oregon wrestling coach has seen his online workouts become very popular - Despite the cancelation of local sporting events and stay at home orders, one Oregon wrestling coach is making sure his athletes are still training. Competitive sports may be canceled, but one wrestling coach from Sweet Home is making sure his team is still training through virtual practices.
More Closures, Cancellations Along Oregon Coast, Washington Coast More Closures, Cancellations Along Oregon Coast, Washington Coast. Published 04/05/2020 at 7:24 PM PDT By Oregon Coast Beach Connection staff. - More features and events along the Oregon coast and Washington coast are dropping by the wayside as the COVID crisis continues.
Letters to the Editor 4/5/20 Continued bookings at local Airbnbs, neighbors having parties and more in this week's Letters.
Nolina the Oregon Zoo's porcupine meets her neighbors during coronavirus closure The Oregon Zoo may be closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, but that isn't stopping its residents from getting out for some exercise. Nolina, the zoo's porcupine, recently got to meet some of the zoo's other animals, including a monkey and the giraffes.
A more kind and effective approach to truly help troubled people reclaim their lives…while riding a Comet These community intervenors are known as Community Comets - the mission of the Community Outreach and Mental Health Enhancement Team.
Connecting with wildlife from home This post is as much for me as it is for you. I hope you are all coping as well as you can right now. With spring approaching, I had been looking forward to seeing spring arrivals and migrants in the bird world.
Beaverton Elementary Teachers Hold Parade for Students Staff at a Beaverton elementary school showed their support for students in a parade around the school’s neighborhood Sunday.
The federal Centers for Disease Control finally masters the obvious…. This just in from the Centers for Disease Control;. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are now recommending all Americans wear a protective face covering when interacting with other people everywhere.
Coronavirus death toll reaches 27 in Oregon, state identifies 1,068 total cases - Another person has died from coronavirus in Oregon, health officials said, bringing the state's death toll to 27 people. The Oregon Health Authority also identified 69 more people who tested positive for coronavirus. As of 8 a. Sunday, there were 1,068 cases statewide.
Oregon reports 27th COVID-19 death; cases top 1,000 COVID-19 has claimed another life in Oregon, raising the state's death toll to 27, the Oregon Health Authority reported Sunday. OHA also reported 69 new cases of COVID-19 as of 8 a.m. Sunday, pushing the total to 1,068, along with 19,556 negative test results around the state.
Oregon students start 'distance learning' in a week - how will that work for your child? In one week, Oregon schools need to implement 'Distance Learning For All' to ensure students keep up with education amid the coronavirus outbreak. It will be a big change for school districts, teachers, students, parents and communities. Oregon schools have been closed since mid-March as a way help stop the spread of coronavirus.
2020 NFL Draft: Predicting where the top QBs will land Consider that before his season-ending hip surgery, which multiple doctors have cleared him for full football activities, Tagovailoa was going to be a top-three pick. He's received comparisons to Drew Brees for his exceptional accuracy and was even compared to Patrick Mahomes for his ability to throw on the run.
Georgia makes top-eight for nation's No. 2 TE From 247Sports' scouting report on Bowers:. Georgia offered Bowers back in September of 2019. He and his family took a trip to Athens in January for an unofficial visit.
A mounting casualty of coronavirus crisis: Health care jobs Tens of thousands of medical workers across the United States are suddenly out of work as operating rooms and doctor's offices go dark, casualties of urgent calls to prioritize coronavirus patients at overwhelmed hospitals and of the economic waves the crisis is churning.
Florida finally takes cruise passengers, some on stretchers Passengers from an ill-fated cruise were carefully freed from their cabins and allowed to touch dry land Friday for the first time in weeks, after the removal of 14 critically ill people who were wheeled off to Florida hospitals bracing for an onslaught of coronavirus patients.
US faces 'really bad' week as coronavirus deaths spike Louisiana has become a hot spot for the virus, reporting a jump in deaths to nearly 500 and more than 13,000 cases. The governor predicted the state would run out of ventilators by Thursday.
Americans told to brace for 'Pearl Harbor moment' as Trump warns parts of nation to brace for 'peak' President Donald Trump hailed numbers from New York showing a one-day decline in deaths while warning that New York and New Jersey have “really become a very hot zone.”.
Notre Dame Makes Cut for Top 50 Target Dont'e Thornton is viewed as one of the best receivers in the 2021 class, getting a four-star grade from 247Sports while they also rank him the seventh best receiver in the entire country. Thornton has offers from all over the country, 27 in total. He announced this weekend the 12 he is still considering.
New cases of coronavirus in Jackson, Josephine and Klamath Counties - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2 SOUTHERN OREGON — Jackson County Public Health has confirmed there are 4 new cases in the county. This brings Jackson County to a total of 37 coronavirus cases. Josephine County Public Health says there is one new case in the county, bringing the total coronavirus cases in the area to 14.
Oregon's Lucy Cochrane to enter transfer portal Oregon women's basketball forward Lucy Cochrane is now the second freshman to depart the team and enter the transfer portal following teammate Holly Winterburn. The 6-foot-5 forward saw little playing time in the 2019-20 season and appeared in 18 games where she averaged 1.4 points and 1.2 rebounds per game.
Steven Ortiz Jr., 4-star cornerback, has Oregon Ducks in top 5 247Sports four-star cornerback Steven Ortiz Jr. has a top 5 of Minnesota, Mississippi State, Oregon, Penn State and Washington.
Oregon MBB: Season Outlook With transfers, recruiting and other items still left to be done, we take an early peak at what Oregon basketball returns next year.
The surrogate's in Oregon. The parents are in China. And the baby is in limbo. A Grants Pass woman expects to deliver a boy in two weeks for a couple now stuck 6,000 miles away who have no idea when they'll be able to travel to the U.S.
Timeline is hazy for restarting the outdoor track season: Oregon track & field rundown The University of Oregon athletic department needs the Ducks to play football. Greg Hansen of the Daily Star: Major college athletic programs are under the financial gun. Doug Robinson of the Deseret News: Post-pandemic sports world will be a different ballgame.
Oregon offers No. 3 prospect in 2022 class LB Shawn Murphy 50% off Annual VIP Pass first year. 50% off Annual VIP Pass. Prospects aren't able to visit campuses right now but that hasn't stopped the Ducks from hitting the recruiting trail hard.
Six new cases of Coronavirus in southern Oregon Jackson County, Josephine County, and Klamath County Health officials are all announcing new cases of the Coronavirus in southern Oregon as of today Sunday April 5th, 2020. The Oregon Health Authority is announcing 69 new cases, bringing the statewide total to 1,068 cases.
Jigsaw puzzles with Oregon themes - think marijuana plants, Bigfoot - a welcome distraction during stay-at-home orders If you're trying to find high-end puzzles or more artistic options, you can try out Jiggy Puzzles. Or if you'd rather read about jigsaw puzzles then do them, Powell's and other bookshops are shipping online orders while stores are temporarily closed.
This Oregon county's coronavirus test rate tops the state, among highest per capita in country As of Friday, the southern Oregon county tested 2,028 people for coronavirus, a rate of 9.375 per thousand. The state's testing rate is 3.8. New York, Washington and Louisiana have testing rates of 9.8 per thousand or above, according to the COVID Tracking Project, which tracks testing rates nationally.
2020 Oregon Country Fair Planning on Hold Oregon Country Fair's Board of Directors says planning for the annual July event is on hold. Ticket sales, booth registration, and entertainer booking has been postponed.
A Virtual Tour, With Bands That Must Stay Home As part of OPB’s series exploring new music and genres that may not be part of your regular cultural diet, we asked opbmusic Director Jerad Walker to highlight the work of performers who have put their traveling plans on hold.
Guest Commentary: Mental Health & COVID-19 Channeling optimism and gratitude in the face of a pandemic.
Live Updates: Oregon Nears 1,000 COVID-19 Diagnoses, More Diagnosed At Vets' Home New cases were reported Saturday at the Oregon Veterans' Home, where officials previously thought COVID-19 had subsided.
Texas offers four-star prospect, top defensive end in Pennsyvlania Texas is now targeting the highest-rated prospect in the state of Pennsylvania. According to 247 Sports, defensive end Enai White is listed as the No. 8 overall player in the nation from the 2022 recruiting class. He's currently labeled a four-star prospect and the top player at his position.
Ian O'Riordan: Learning to run for the first time all over again That doesn't mean I don't sometimes forget how to do it properly, beginning with some gentle stretching - hamstrings, groin, quads, back. There is a big difference between the good and bad techniques of running, as indeed the right and wrong ones, and no amount of practice will make it absolutely perfect.
The '20 Draft: Quarterbacks Previewing the 2020 NFL Draft: The NFL Draft starts with quarterback as often as not; that’s the case in ’20, but where – if anywhere – will the Jaguars address the position?
Cedar Creek Football Coach Tim Watson Stepping Down The only football coach the Pirates have ever had, steps down with a career record of 71-27, with two South Jersey Group II titles.
Oregon's first coronavirus death occurred 3 weeks ago. Lynn Bryan was a dancer, a friend, a cowboy at heart "None of us can properly mourn the loss of Lynn," he said. "We haven't even been able to see each other since." The fatal episode and its aftermath reflect some of the bleak truths to emerge as a global pandemic bears down on Oregon. There is COVID-19's stealth and speed as it spreads, the randomness of who it spares and who it takes.
The Trail of 10 Falls - 8 Miles 1,400′ Elevation Gain 1/11/2020 – Wow, this might actually be the best waterfall hike in the country, for sure in the top five. Nat took the train down to Portland to meet me and we set off for the legendary Silve…
Opinion: How Oregon should confront its coronavirus budget crisis Daniel Hauser and Juan Carlos Ordóñez. Hauser is a policy analyst with Oregon Center for Public Policy. Ordóñez is communications director of Oregon Center for Public Policy. Rarely have public services been as essential as they are today.
Fight Coronavirus Anxiety With Portland's Sultan of Sourdough: Tips On Baking Your Own Bread With Ken Forkish A few tips on making homemade bread with Ken Forkish, owner of Ken's Artisan Bakery and author of “Flour Water Salt Yeast: The Fundamentals of Artisan Bread and Pizza.”.
Opinion: Oregon response to flu in 1918 offers insights for coronavirus fight in 2020 Oregon State University professor Christopher Nichols writes that the experience of Oregonians during the flu pandemic in 1918 show the path to fighting the current pandemic. But it's on us to make it happen.
Oregon hunting, fishing seasons could be modified Officials with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said this past week its not ruling out the modification of hunting and fishing seasons around Oregon if people fail to comply with Gov. Kate Brown's "Stay Home, Save Lives" order.
Some schools offer child care, which some say will create a shortage in providers once schools reopen Kate Brown, several schools in Douglas County have opened their doors to children this week for parents performing essential work. Some licensed child care professionals say this service is cutting into their business and taking away their income.
Portland area renters, landlords brace for uncertain spring amid coronavirus outbreak Lindsey Smith was skeptical in early March when her friend in Spain warned her about coronavirus. Parts of the European country were on lockdown and there were talks of a nationwide order. Smith, a preschool teacher who lives and works in Southeast Portland, couldn't imagine something like that happening in Portland.
Coronavirus vaccine will take time, so researchers are hunting for - and finding - promising new COVID-19 treatments In the meantime, researchers are working to identify meaningful treatment options for patients with COVID-19, the deadly respiratory illness caused by the virus. And some early experiments and trials are encouraging.
New York Gets Ventilators From China To Cope With Coronavirus New York, the epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic in the US, has received ventilators from China and the state of Oregon too pledged to send the life saving equipment as authorities here grappled with insufficient medical supplies to treat over 100,000 coronavirus cases in the state.
WWII vet celebrates beating Covid-19 and turning 104 in the same week Bill Lapschies and his family have a lot to celebrate this year. The Oregon veteran has recovered from Covid-19 and he just celebrated his 104th birthday. Visitors aren't allowed inside the Edward C. Allworth Veterans' Home in Lebanon because of statewide restrictions, but they were able to have a small celebration outside.
4-star RB Donovan Edwards believes he'd be 'dynamic' with Michigan He called Michigan his "home" and said he communicates with running backs coach Jay Harbaugh "a couple of times" each day.
Xamarion Gordon commits to USC! If there was a hot streak during quarantine, we're witnessing it as USC Trojans head coach Clay Helton rattled off his second commitment in a week for the 2021 recruiting cycle.
Shit Job Mr. President I'm a military veteran who had multiple classes on chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons as most of us do in the military. I wore a hazmat suit and a respirator nearly every day for six years in my duty assignment. There were decontamination areas that were available to us and we were trained to use them.
Are Face Masks Mandatory in Oregon During Coronavirus? The CDC is now recommending that Americans wear face masks in public, but are they mandatory in Oregon? Do Americans need to wear them?
Oregon sends 140 ventilators to New York; Gov. Kate Brown: 'We are all in this together' Oregon is sending 140 ventilators to New York, Gov. Kate Brown announced on Twitter Saturday morning. "New York needs more ventilators, and we are answering their call for help," Brown wrote. "We'll be sending 140 ventilators to help NY because Oregon is in a better position right now.
Saturday and the first day of Susan for the weekend Well it is Saturday and I plan on spending the day, actually the weekend as Susan. I got up at 8 and it looks like it might be a nice day today as the sun is out.
This doctor is spreading joy during the coronavirus pandemic, one dance video at a time Dr Jason Campbell, the anesthesiologist at the Oregon Health and Science University has taken the internet by storm with his TikTok dance videos and his fans now include Hollywood star Hugh Jackman.
Is daycare essential? Centers worried they won't reopen This story about child care services was produced by The Hechinger Report, a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education. Sign up for the Hechinger newsletter. MaryLou Beaver loves her job. She's spent her 35-year career teaching preschoolers, and now she directs her own child care center.
The Nation's Weather The Nation's Weather for Sunday, April 5, 2020. Rain and high-elevation snow will continue through much of. Oregon, Idaho, Nevada and California today as one storm. system exits the area to the east and another approaches the. West coast from the west.
Medical stockpile partly unusable Some states and cities that have been shipped masks, gloves, ventilators and other essential equipment from the nation's medical stockpile to fight the coronavirus have gotten an unwelcome surprise: The supplies are unusable. Nearly 6,000 medical masks sent to Alabama had dry rot and a 2010 expiration date.
Dont'e Thornton, nation's No. 7 wide receiver, places Oregon Ducks in top 12 Adidas All-American Bowl wide receiver Dont'e Thornton announced his top 12 on Saturday and included the Oregon Ducks.
One Gnarly Big Supermoon in April for Oregon, Washington, Coast One Gnarly Big Supermoon in April for Oregon, Washington, Coast. Published 04/04/2020 at 6:24 PM PDT By Oregon Coast Beach Connection staff. - Nick Drake would be proud: this Pink Moon will be a massive one. Oregon, Washington and their coastlines are about to get seriously mooned with the largest supermoon of the year.
Four more people die of COVID-19 in Oregon, bringing death toll toll to 26 Health officials said Saturday that four more people died from the coronavirus in Oregon, raising the state's death toll to 26. Oregon Health Authority also said there are 100 new cases of COVID-19 in the state, bringing the statewide total to 999.
Arlene Schnitzer, Oregon Philanthropist And Art Collector, Dies At 91 Celebrated Oregon philanthropist and art collector Arlene Schnitzer has died at 91 years old.
Coronavirus In New York: State Sees Jump Of 10,841 New Cases In Single Day, Now 113,704 Total In addition, Cuomo said Gov. Kate Brown of the State of Oregon is lending 140 ventilators to New York, a move the governor called "an astonishing and unexpected" gesture. "We must do all that we can to help those on the front lines of this response," Brown posted on Twitter.
Portland's COVID-19 uncertainty appears to have calmed, sightly I did my normal check of public sentiment this week by checking out what products were available at stores in my area in Portland, Oregon. I also wanted to check if the stores had implemented systems changes to encourage social distancing of six feet to protect essential workers and the public.
Oregon, other states receive masks with dry rot, broken ventilators - Some states and cities that have been shipped masks, gloves, ventilators and other essential equipment from the nation's medical stockpile to fight the coronavirus have gotten an unwelcome surprise: the material is unusable. Nearly 6,000 medical masks sent to Alabama had dry rot and a 2010 expiration date.
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Oregon: Latest updates on coronavirus Oregon has confirmed 899 cases of COVID-19 as of Friday. A total of 17,434 tests have been completed, according to the state's health department. On the list of states with the most U.S. coronavirus cases, Oregon's confirmed numbers put them in the lower half of states impacted by the disease.
Readers Respond: Eastern Oregon Is Complying With Stay-Home Order-and Stocking Up No wonder cowboys are cowboys. Throw that damn phone in the underwear drawer and don’t take it with them.”.
I, Anonymous Blog I am about to lose my shit. Before all this was fucked, I was getting fucked left and right. Now I can’t imagine when I’m gonna finally blast off again with another human. For real. I hope this ends soon because I know I’m not the only one who needs to get some in a baddddd way.
Friday night and the start of a weekend of Susan It is Friday and the start of a long weekend at home. Yes, with the coronavirus still going on everything is pretty much shut down and that means a weekend at home again and that also means being Susan for the weekend. Now it looks like this will be the case for at least 4 more weeks.
Herbstreit praises Oregon's Brady Breeze 50% off Annual VIP Pass first year. 50% off Annual VIP Pass. There probably isn't a national analyst that is more familiar with Oregon football than ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit.
Oregon Receives Funding From FEMA For Umatilla Floods President Donald Trump announced a disaster declaration for Oregon, making federal funding available for people affected by flooding and storms earlier this year.
Oregon coronavirus updates, Saturday: Marion County reports fifth death We'll update this story throughout the day with the latest news about coronavirus and its effects in Oregon on Saturday, April 4. UPDATED AT 4:45 p.m. Another death from COVID-19 was reported Saturday in Marion County, bringing the death total to five.
Millions could miss house payments during COVID-19 - Marketplace Homeowners with federally backed mortgages can pause their monthly bill for up to a year but may get hit with a balloon payment at the end.
Donald Trump says 'toughest' weeks ahead as coronavirus spreads in the US "There will be death." READ MORE: Coronavirus: China sending ventilators to US as death toll passes 7000: Coronavirus: China mourns Covid-19 victims, healthcare 'martyrs': Coronavirus: White House projects between 100,000 and 240,000 US deaths: Coronavirus: Donald Trump backtracks amid concerns US death toll could exceed 100,000.
Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu Wins Naismith Women's Player of the Year Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu wins the Naismith Women's Player of the Year Award.
REPORT: Tua Tagovailoa has been downgraded and could be 4th QB drafted But according to a new report by Bleacher Report' draft expert Matt Miller, Tagovailoa's draft stock has not only fallen, but he could be the 4th quarterback drafted this year. Miller also analyzes every single team and the move they could make at the NFL Draft which is still slated to take place from April 23-25.
OSU Extension offers safe home canning tips in times of COVID-19 How can home preservers pressure can vegetables, meat, fish, poultry and wild game safely when OSU Extension offices, closed for face-to-face visits, cannot offer free annual dial gauge testing to clients?
Portland Philanthropist Arlene Schnitzer Has Died Arlene Schnitzer, for decades one of Portland’s leading philanthropists, her family says. She was 91 years old.
'There will be death': Trump warns of 'toughest week' ahead President Donald Trump on Saturday warned that America's "toughest week" is coming up, predicting "there will be death" as the number of Covid-19 cases surges in the days ahead.
For The Win mock draft projects Saints to trade up for a falling QB prospect Herbert consistently makes good decisions with the football, keeping his eyes up and looking downfield for opportunities to make a play. He's also not afraid to go off-script and buy time with his legs, though he's done most of his work from the pocket.
Today's Coronavirus News Roundup: Oregon Lends Ventilators to NYC, Time to Wear Face Masks in Public, and Trump's Lies Catch Up to Him - As of yesterday, the number of positive coronavirus cases in Oregon has risen to 899, with 22 reported deaths. UPDATE: As of Saturday, April 4, Oregon now has 999 cases, and 26 reported deaths. - On the order of Gov. Kate Brown, Oregon will be sending 140 ventilators to the desperate hospitals of New York.
Cuomo says more ventilators inbound from China, Oregon "Stop the virus here. It's better for the state of Oregon, it's better for the nation." Advertisement. Cuomo said the shipment from China is expected to arrive at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Saturday. The additional supply of ventilators could delay a shortage that Cuomo warned on Thursday could arrive within a week.
Oregon included in top group of elite WR Dont'e Thornton Oregon is in the top group for a priority target in the 2021 class. On Saturday, Baltimore Mount Saint Joseph 2021 wide receiver Dont'e Thornton released his top 12 with the Ducks making his group.
Lincoln Co. Schools Update from Superintendent Dr. Karen Gray I want everyone to know that people have demonstrated great thinking and idea sharing around this and have our children's best interests in mind at all times. We will make this graded and credited work worthwhile without overwhelming our families.
Coronavirus undercuts Oregon's wood products industry, Forestry Department budget And with the pandemic's vast economic fallout, Oregon's wood products industry is already beginning to tank, erasing some of the best paid jobs in rural Oregon and dragging the agency's revenues with it.
Oregon small business owners: Find help to weather the coronavirus pandemic The Oregonian / OregonLive compiled a list of regional, state and federal resources available to small businesses weather the pandemic. We will update the list as we get new information. Portland.
The state of Oregon education, 3 weeks into coronavirus closures Here’s what we know about school closures, distance learning and more.
Live Updates: Nearly 900 Known Oregon COVID-19 Diagnoses, Health Leaders Urge Face Coverings In Oregon, 899 people had been diagnosed with COVID-19 as of Friday, while Washington state neared 7,000 diagnoses. Officials in both states now support face coverings for people who leave their homes.
Take A Virtual Road Trip Down The Pacific Northwest Coast Tour some of the most stunning spots on the Oregon and Washington coast from the comfort of your stay-at-home.
Oregon Art Galleries Struggle Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic Oregon art galleries, closed by the pandemic, are seeking creative ways to survive.
Under stress: Coronavirus takes a toll on Oregon's foster system Rehman suggested specific wording for judges to include in their orders. Judges who were concerned that the justice department did not share the request with other lawyers on the foster cases shared Rehman's email with the lawyers for children and families.
13 veterans recover from coronavirus at Oregon facility - 13 out of the 16 residents at the veterans home in Lebanon who were sick with the coronavirus have recovered, the Oregon Health Authority said Friday. Two died of the disease, however, after the first case of COVID-19was reported at the Edward C. Allworth Veterans' Home on March 11.
Hurry Back Ice Cream near Portland, OR Hurry Back Ice Cream focuses on handmade, small batch, eggless ice cream with simple ingredients. They offer classic and limited edition flavors as well as several non-dairy flavors made with coconut milk and coconut cream.
Titans have 'had lots of communication' with Oregon OL Dallas Warmack You can add that to the fact that Dallas Warmack, the former Oregon Ducks offensive lineman, has already "had lots of communication" with the Titans, according to Justin Melo of Draft Wire.
China-to-NY ventilator shipment shows coronavirus supply scramble Andrew Cuomo said Saturday the Chinese government was facilitating a shipment of 1,000 donated ventilators to his state, highlighting the extreme measures leaders are taking in what has become a cutthroat scramble to independently secure enough lifesaving devices during the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. cases now top 300,000, deaths surpass 8,000 The total number of coronavirus cases in the United States has climbed to more than 300,000, with the number of deaths surpassing 8,000. New York state has the highest number of cases in the country with 113,704. New Jersey is second, with over 34,000.
Oregon inmates making masks for prisoners, staff throughout state Inmates at Eastern Oregon Correctional Institution in Pendleton are making the masks, which Corrections Enterprises said aren't a replacement for personal protective equipment, such as N95 masks. Nationally, those masks and other protective equipment are scarce amid the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 and the comic community: Steve Duin column "A natural disaster brings people together. Everyone is afraid of the same thing, regardless of race, creed or socio-economic status. Maybe some good will come of this - a way for this country to heal itself a little bit." Some small businesses lend themselves to that forum better than others.
NY to get 1,100 ventilators with help from China, Oregon NEW YORK — New York is poised to get over 1,100 ventilators from China and Oregon as it scrambles to line up more breathing machines for the sickest coronavirus.
On the market: Portland homes priced at $500,000 are selling during the coronavirus crisis "The jumbo loan market is almost completely gone, so higher-priced homes are going to struggle," says Krautter, "while conforming loans of $511,000 and under are seeing rates in the low 3% range, which makes the average house more affordable in 2020 than it was in 2019." Here are 10 examples of Portland homes priced around $500,000:.
'Overwhelmed' by coronavirus cases, Oregon rethinks efficacy of its contact tracing I was surprised no one followed up." That Oregon's tracking system became overwhelmed so quickly foreshadows the need for an even more robust effort when coronavirus cases eventually start falling, giving the state and nation a second chance to control the highly communicable virus before it can rebound.
5 books to keep children's brains engaged during Oregon's stay-home order Here are ideas for ages newborn through elementary school.
Ski Oregon Conditions & Events A frequently updated guide to what’s happening at Oregon’s ski areas.
Portland Police Expect Surge In Child Abuse Reports Post-Crisis Reports of child abuse have dropped dramatically in Portland in the last two weeks, according to the city’s police bureau.
Mount Thielsen - 10 Miles 4,000 Ft Elevation Gain 9/8/2019 - A full weekend of driving, but one of the most fun weekends of the year! With our friend Josiah recently moving to Vancouver, WA, we decided to drive down from Everett Friday night, spend the night in the Jeep, and set off early Saturday morning for the Central Oregon Volcanoes.
Greek-American Alek Skarlatos Running for Congress in Oregon ROSEBURG, OR - Best known for his heroic efforts, along with four others, that stopped an armed terrorist on a Paris-bound train in August 2015, Greek-American Alek Skarlatos is now running for Congress in Oregon.
Cards' 2020 OL Thoughts and Questions As all Cardinals' fans know, the Cardinals have been doing their due diligence in scouting the 2020 draft class, most heavily at tackle and guard.
Hotline newsletter: Spring practice equity, Justin Wilcox’s book and movie picks, Pac-12 cash reserves, executive pay cuts and more But should the conference deplete the reserves? We dug into the issue Wednesday morning. - With so many roster comings and goings of late, the Hotline turned to an old friend Thursday morning: The Pac-12 stock report. We covered football, basketball and student support issues.
Colorado football sees QB Sam Noyer remove name from transfer portal According to the Daily Camera, the quarterback has opted to pull his name from the database and remain a part of the Colorado football team. Noyer was a three-star member of the Colorado football Class of 2016. He was rated as the No. 22 dual-threat quarterback in the country.
Some cities see jumps in domestic violence during the pandemic As more and more Americans are forced to stay home during the escalating coronavirus pandemic, the crisis has created a pressure-cooker situation for domestic violence victims, exacerbating stressors and isolation that can make for a deadly mix. Several cities are already reporting jumps in domestic violence cases or calls to local hotlines.
Timberline Lodge lays off hundreds amid virus outbreak - The historic Timberline Lodge has slashed hundreds of jobs because of the coronavirus pandemic. Timberline Lodge told the state in a mandatory Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification that it laid off 471 employees at its lodge and at the adjacent ski area on Mount Hood The Oregonian / OregonLive reported.
The Lancet Public Health: US modelling study estimates impact of school closures for COVID-19 on US health-care workforce and associated mortality However, the authors note that they were unable to account for health-care workers finding alternative methods of care for their children such as babysitters or friends.
Restored: Springfield, Oregon Railroad Depot This one's in Springfield, Oregon. Springfield, Oregon. A city of more than 60,000, Springfield is immediately east of larger Eugene. Originally, the primary industry was timber, although "wood products" now represent only about 10% of jobs there.
Oregon distilleries make hand sanitizer for health care workers As health care workers continue to care for those who have tested positive for the coronavirus, the fight for hand sanitizer continues. To help, Moda Health and Oregon craft distillers are partnering to create as much as 20,000 gallons of hand sanitizer a week for health care workers who need it.
Oregon residents assemble nearly 11,000 masks for health care workers Hospital workers in Oregon are astounded at the community response to an effort to provide those on the front lines of the coronavirus fight with protective masks. On March 26, Salem Health, which runs two hospital and several clinics in and around Oregon's capital city, announced it would hand out kits for people to make masks.
Lincoln County Public Information Update - April 4 This is our public information update for April 4. The COVID-19 situation continues to evolve quickly and we feel it is important to provide information on how you can stay informed, what your local government is doing and what you can do to keep you and your family safe.
Stay Home! Save Lives! Apr 3, 2020 - Daily News. - In response to the "Stay Home, Save Lives" Executive Order to reduce the effects of the COVID-19 virus, a coalition of Oregon state agencies are asking Oregonians to voluntarily refrain from conducting outdoor burning.
Oregon reports 22nd COVID-19 death, 73 new cases, 4 in Deschutes COVID-19 has claimed one more life in Oregon, raising the state's death toll to 22, the Oregon Health Authority reported Friday. OHA also reported 73 new cases of COVID-19 as of 8 a.m. Friday.
Oregon gets old, faulty masks; other states get flawed equipment from national stockpile Some states and cities that have been shipped masks, gloves, ventilators and other essential equipment from the nation's medical stockpile to fight the coronavirus have gotten an unwelcome surprise: the material is unusable. Nearly 6,000 medical masks sent to Alabama had dry rot and a 2010 expiration date.
Another death in Oregon from Corona Virus Apr 3, 2020 - Daily News. April 3, 2020. PORTLAND, Ore. - COVID-19 has claimed one more life in Oregon, raising the state's death toll to 22, the Oregon Health Authority reported Friday. Oregon Health Authority also reported 73 new cases of COVID-19 as of 8 a.m.
Quackback Block Show 4-1-20 After taking a break, we find ourselves with nothing better to do than to jump back into the ol' Pod. We're a bit rusty, but I promise, we'll get better as we go on. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices.
The return of Andrew Paul Woodworth: CC#239 NSFW Welcome again to the OMN Coffeeshop Conversations @ Artichoke Music Not at Artichoke Music because it's closed because you know why. Rather than wallow in the misery of the moment, I thought I'd like to bring back singer / composer Andrew Paul Woodworth for a fresh and funny distraction.
Mob racketeers, corrupt union men battled over pinball Many people today don't realize that in the 1950s, pinball had a bad reputation as a gambler's game and was as illegal as one-armed bandits. In Portland, shady underworld characters supplied Oregonians with plenty of both.
"Tillamook Guerillas" were ready for Japanese invasion There were plenty of heartburn pills sold in Oregon drugstores when, a few months into the World War II, the Oregon National Guard got called up to go fight in Europe, leaving the state wide open and defenseless…. But in Tillamook, a man named Stewart P.
The wreck of the U.S.S. Shark: Navy's loss was beach's gain The captain's desperate haste to get out to sea, combined with a terrible decision to cross the bar on the ebb, resulted in disaster - and the ship's stranded armaments resulted in a name for the town of Cannon Beach.
Navy schooner doomed by skipper's fear of skipping sailors As sailors melted away to take advantage of the opportunities in the new Oregon country, their captain sweated bullets; they could not be replaced. But his haste to get back out to sea while he still could set the stage for disaster.
Giant DC-8 jet lands at tiny country airport by mistake The 81 passengers were unbuckling their seatbelts and peering out the windows of their big four-engine Douglas DC-8 into the pastoral darkness outside. One or two lights twinkled here and there, and the shadowy hulk of a few low buildings and pickup trucks could be seen in the distance.
When steamboats exploded on the upper Willamette When the steamboat Gazelle reached the dock, the man in charge of its steam boilers leaped ashore and ran like a man being chased by demons. A few seconds later, the Gazelle exploded, killing 20 people.
Was Joe Drake a murderer, or just an innocent patsy? Was young Joseph Drake a cold-blooded killer - ready and willing, with no particularly strong motive, to murder his alleged lover's ex-husband after filling the ears of three witnesses with the details of his plan and letting one of them witness it directly?
KAOH 11.2: Quarantine! In which we learn that Portlanders just can't seem to stay inside, even when it might kill grandma and grandpa. A big thank you to Oregon State University's Professor Chris Nichols for chatting with us about the 1918-1919 influenza pandemic. You can read his fantastic Tweetstorm on the epidemic HERE, and read his Washington Port article HERE.
Jasnam Daya Singh: Composing music for unity / CC#238 We recorded this episode before we all got told to stay home. So it'll be the last one until the time we can sit in the Artichoke Music Café again. Until then, as we did last week, we'll make do with Skype and phone.
Little-known hero of Silver Lake fire died saving dozens of lives When the packed community center caught fire, Lucinda Schroder ran back inside and blocked the door open with her body, enabling dozens who otherwise would have been pinned and crushed against the closed door to escape.
Oregon's 20th-century "gold rush": The quest for uranium As the Cold War spun up, federal government guarantees sent thousands of Geiger Counter-packing prospectors in Army surplus Jeeps scrambling across Oregon's Outback, hoping to make their fortunes mining "A-metal."
Mariner's eerie dream predicted shipmates' deaths In his spooky nightmare, first mate of the German barque Mimi saw seaweed covering all but three shipmates; the next day, all but three drowned in one of Oregon's worst-ever salvage disasters.
Jeremy Wilson Foundation Launches COVID-19 Oregon Musicians' Relief Fund / CC#237 Needless to say, we're not in the Artichoke Café for this episode, but we're going to keep doing Cofeeshop Conversations until the doors open again. On the phone with me is Jeremy Wilson who has just launched the COVID-19 Oregon Musicians' Relief Fund.
Oregon's Harry Lane: A real hero of the First World War As his countrymen and colleagues succumbed to the enthusiasm and propaganda for joining the conflict, only Senator Lane and a handful of other lawmakers kept their wits. But Lane paid dearly for his commitment to sanity.
The wreck of the Glenesslin: Insurance fraud, or just drunken incompetence? Windjammer still holds a world speed record for sailing ships, but by the time of her demise, had been losing money for years; the age of steam had made her obsolete. So when she sailed onto the rocks, many people smelled a rat.
Rookie highway robber turned out to be Joaquin Miller's son Young Henry Miller, rejected by his illustrious father, turned to a life of crime, but he turned out not to be very good at it. For his part, the ever-classy Joaquin took to claiming Harry was not really his son.
Jujuba's Norjeem Isisi: Talking with the talking drum CC#236 One of the most joyous sounds you'll ever hear in Portland is the Afro-Beat band Jujuba. Sitting with me at Artichoke Music 2007 SE Powell Boulevard is Norjeem Isisi their leader, he of the talking drum…which he has brought with him.
Artichoke CEO Bob Howard on Temporarily Closing Bob Howard CEO of Artichoke Music, Portland's iconic music store / venue, announced today that it will close it's doors temporarily until safety returns.
McCarty Gang's Oregon story: "Bonanza" meets "Unforgiven" After homesteading some of the West's best cattle country, the family could have been wealthy squires like TV's Cartwright family; instead, they gave it all up for a series of outlaw enterprises that left some broke and others dead.
Helicopter crash had huge impact on independence of Oregon journalism A few days before Christmas in 1947, a young ex-Navy flier, looking to kill a little time before dinner, invited a friend to come out for a quick spin around a nearby golf course in his new helicopter.
Two fatal crashes made 1933 a rough year for Oregon aviators A Ford Trimotor crashed on takeoff in Eugene, and a twin-engined Boeing crashed into the west hills of Portland, within 11 months of each other. Miraculously, there were survivors in both events.
Sudden windstorm caught ship at worst possible moment Not since before the Civil War had so many mariners drowned in a shipwreck on the Columbia River bar; as hurricane-driven breakers tore the big ship to pieces, all the would-be rescuers could do was watch in horror.
Riverboats on Willamette towed barns, fetched fish The Willamette River was running high and wild on the morning of Feb. 5, 1890, as Alden and Arthur Graham set out from Oregon City in their sternwheel riverboat for the daily run to Portland. They arrived in Portland in what must have been record time, dodging logs and small floating buildings along the way, and promptly canceled the return trip.
Liv Warfield: She runs away and joins the circus! CC#235 I always look forward to this and it's become almost a yearly pleasure to sit across from Liv Warfield and visit. She's with me in Café Artichoke at Artichoke Music 2007 SE Powell. She was in town for an appearance at the 2020 Portland Jazz Festival.
Gold-field bandits' stolen loot still hasn't been found According to legend, the Triskett Gang underestimated the citizens of Sailors' Diggins, which became a fatal error when they went on a shooting spree downtown. But the $75,000 they stole has never been recovered.
Larry Sullivan's internationally notorious shanghaiing syndicate The legendary Portland "boarding master" sparked an international incident when he figured out how to shake the ship captains down, foiling their plan to stiff their sailors for the journey's wages.
Larry Sullivan: Boxer, politician, con artist, shanghai man A prizefighter with a great head for business, friends in high places and absolutely no conscience, Larry Sullivan organized Portland's shanghaiiers into a cartel - causing international notoriety for Portland.
Oregon Ducks women cut down nets, men have scissors ready The Register-Guard's Ryan Thorburn and Steve Mims discuss the Oregon women's basketball team's third consecutive Pac-12 title, look ahead to what the men need to do to clinch and at some spring football storylines on this episode.
Oregon Whale Watching: Where to see whales so close 'you can hear them breathe' In this episode we're joined by marine expert Luke Parsons to talk about the majesty of the whale migrations along the Oregon Coast.
State government was "decapitated" by deadly 1947 plane crash Within a few years of its debut in 1947, the V-tail Beechcraft Bonanza had a sinister and not-entirely-undeserved nickname: The "fork-tail doctor killer," a reference to the fact that physicians were frequent buyers of the planes. But on Oct.
When Astoria was the Detroit of fish-boat engines The engines that went into these old-school boats were slow, heavy, primitive, and built in one of several factories in San Francisco. In fact, until the mid-1930s San Francisco Bay was the Detroit of the marine-engine industry; the Union Gas Engine Company, est.
Tate Peterson of the Resolectrics: Taking it as your own pace CC#234 I've got someone in the Artichoke Café who I've never met before. I like those Coffeeshop Conversations. I get to be nosey with a stranger. Articoke Music is located at 2007 SE Powell Boulevard and we're very happy to be there. Tate Peterson of the Resolectrics is here.
Tired of watching mariners die, lighthouse keeper started a rescue service After finding a battered lifeboat washed up on shore from a fatal shipwreck, Joel Munson made it his life's mission to use it to start a life-saving service. Today, his creation soldiers on, as part of the U.S. Coast Guard.
Inside Oregon Ducks women's basketball with Kelly Graves The Register-Guard's Ryan Thorburn discusses Sabrina Ionescu's historic day, Satou Sabally's decision to enter the WNBA draft, Ruthy Hebard's quiet greatness and the future of Oregon Ducks women's basketball with head coach Kelly Graves.
Lake County feud ended with double murder by masked assassins Even today, after 135 years, the lawless era of vigilantes and rustlers and six-gun justice meted out by "Judge Lynch" is evoked by the words on an old Klamath Falls tombstone: "Murdered by Masked Assassins, June 24, 1882."
Chemawa School: An Oregon cultural treasure Created to stifle Indian culture, the oldest surviving Native American boarding school has done the opposite - and it's fortunate for Oregon's cultural heritage that it has.
Lessons from Christmastime plane crash still save lives today The pilot got so caught up in trying to figure out what was wrong with the landing gear, the plane ran out of fuel - while the flight crew bit their tongues for fear of being insubordinate. A new crew management system was the response.
Archie Shepp / Ashley Kahn Jazz Conversation Portland Jazz Festival at Art Bar 2020 Archie Shepp in a Jazz Conversation with Jazz journalist Ashley Kahn on February 22, 2020 in the Art Bar at the Portland Jazz Festival 2020.
Stanley Jordan / Ashley Kahn Jazz Conversation Portland Jazz Festival 2020 Jazz Conversation between guitarists Stanley Jordan and Ashley Kahn, February 21, 2020 at the Art Bar during the 2020 Portland Jazz Festival.
Storied editor lost feud with Oregon's first woman doc She was a hydropathist, a practitioner of "water cure." Maybe that's why, today, when asked who the Oregon Territory's first female physician was, most people who think they know the answer will say, "Bethenia Owens-Adair, in 1874" - and be wrong.
Rob Shoemaker: Bass player to the Boogie Cat CC#233 If you've been going out to hear music in Portland for a long time, you've probably seen Norman Sylvester and if you've seen Norman Sylvester, you've seen his bass player of 30 or so years, Rob Shoemaker. Rob is in Café Artichoke with me now at Artichoke Music 2007 SE Powell Boulevard in Portland.
Legendary Oregon wrestler got pinned by a heavyweight real-estate dream Olympic gold medalist and OSU legend Robin Reed might have been the best wrestler of all time; throughout his 20-plus-year career he was never once pinned. But his plan for the "Delake Rod and Gun Club" was more than he could pull off.
Former Albany newsman saved Crater Lake for a national park He couldn't claim all the credit for it, although he sometimes tried; and his attitude toward Native Americans was unfortunate. But those who love Crater Lake, in large part, have William Gladstone Steel to thank for it.
The Duck Pod: Gearing up for March Madness, spring football The Register-Guard's Ryan Thorburn and Steve Mims discuss the Pac-12-leading Ducks' women's and men's basketball teams and Oregon football recruiting and spring practice story lines on this episode.
Jim Turk: shanghaiier, swindler, drunkard, millionaire The old Portland shanghai scene's 'original gangster' was a mysterious character. Did he really inherit a huge fortune? If not, where did the money come from? Stagecoach robbery? Piracy on the high seas? Anything was possible with Jim Turk.
Oregon's worst plane crash is also its most mysterious West Coast Airlines Flight 956 was a brand-new DC-9; the airline literally bought it on Monday and crashed it on Saturday. It hit a mountain while flying calmly along, 5,000 feet too low. But, no one has been able to figure out why.
Neighbor's theft of widow and orphans' home was too much for jury The cattle that the Benton County courts rustled belonged to a woman named Letitia Carson, and she was the widow of a recently naturalized Irishman named David Carson - or, rather, she would have been David's widow, if the two of them had been allowed to marry.
Andrew Oliver is moving back to Portland: CC#232 Welcome to Coffeeshop Conversations at Artichoke Music that's 2007 SE Powell Boulevard. Six-plus years ago, pianist / composer Andrew Oliver, the central figure in the emerging new Jazz scene left Portland and moved to the U.K., to London where he became a figure in the Traditional Jazz scene in London.
Did Oregon's political super-villain save world from Nazis? So it's a little odd to think that Oregon, and the rest of the world, may actually owe him a debt of gratitude for saving it from a nuclear holocaust at the hands of the Nazis.
Fish wheels a legacy of when Columbia swarmed with salmon As the fishery collapsed, canneries on the upper river near Cascade Locks and gillnet fishermen on the lower river near Astoria blamed one another; both were right, but the biggest culprit was Grand Coulee Dam.
Visit to Portland ended with life in prison for teen adventurer Like the hero of an 1800s "cautionary tale," 17-year-old Joseph Swards stepped off the ship, fell in with bad company, got caught up in a robbery that went horribly wrong - and in the end was lucky he wasn't hanged.
How Abe Tichner hustled rubes at 1870s county fair The gregarious young entrepreneur usually cleared $2,500 - that's the equivalent of $57,000 in modern currency - on each county fair. His profit margin hovered around 92 percent. How did he do it? By selling cheap cigars - wrapped in an expensive story.
Klamath Falls airport had an unusual, lethal run of bad luck In the past 75 years, there have been only four lethal commercial-airliner crashes. By an odd statistical fluke, two of those happened to planes flying out of the airport in Klamath Falls.
Brian Davis: Pink Martini Percussionist makes a visit / CC#230 It's always a joy to make connections with someone you've had fun talking to in the past, and who has brought so much musical pleasure to your life.
"Holy roller" cult ended with murder, suicide, insanity Bride of Christ cult sought perfect righeousness, Christ-like simplicity and total humility. In practice, though, it spawned nothing but misery and madness, and a legal precedent for "honor killings."
Winter Waterfall Hunting: Snowshoe or ski to these Oregon gems In this week's edition of the Explore Oregon Podcast, Zach details his favorite winter activity, visiting waterfalls shrouded in snow and ice.
"Graveyard of the Pacific" was not easily tamed The century-long quest to make the Columbia River Bar reasonably safe got off to a rough start in 1853, when the ship bringing construction materials for its first lighthouse became one of its early victims.
Hawaii-bound airliner out of PDX ditched in the open sea Lessons learned in the crash ended up saving countless lives in subsequent at-sea ditchings, but those lessons came at a price: Four people died, including the co-pilot who had saved everyone's life.
Mayors Lee, Schrunk set tone for mid-century P-town The history of Portland mayors in the 20th century largely comes down to the story of the struggle of progressive reformers against various forms of corruption and vice. Put that way, it sounds like a clean morality play: good vs. evil. But it's a bit more complicated than that.