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Halloween is next Saturday dŸŽƒBy Season of Screams Well, one week from today will be Halloween and it's just been a lackluster year and its been really hard to get into anything fun like halloween due to the coronavirus pandemic that we as the human race have been trying to deal with.

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2000: The Win Over USCThis fall marks the 20th anniversary of one of the greatest football seasons in Oregon State history.

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Stay Overnight At This Gorgeous Treehouse In OregonIf you've ever been to the southern Oregon coast, you know how breathtaking it is.

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Multnomah County is back on Oregon's coronavirus watch listAn increase in untraceable COVID-19 diagnoses has put Oregon«s most populous county back on the state»s pandemic watch list.

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How to check if your ballot has been received, acceptedFor voters who might be curious where there ballots are in the process, there are several ways to find this out.

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Dana Altman, Oregon men's basketball ranked best recruiting class in 2021Remember that one time former Oregon Offensive Coordinator Scott Frost said it was hard to recruit to Eugene, Oregon?

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Oregon set the stage for modern presidential debatesIn 1948, Portland hosted the United States' first-ever nationally broadcast presidential debate. The face-off, between two candidates competing for the Republican nomination, is widely seen as the precedent for today's debates.

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Sabrina Ionescu gifts the Oregon women's basketball team with custom Nike shoesFormer Oregon and college basketball superstar Sabrina Ionescu, who signed a contract with Nike following her epic four-year career at Oregon, has gifted the current Oregon team with a custom pair of Nike Air Zoom’s that Ionescu was going to wear in her first year in the WNBA.

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Authorities offer reward as they seek killer of Oregon wolfSomeone shot a wolf in Oregon, leaving its pack without a breeding male, wildlife officials said as they announced a $6,150 reward for the shooter.

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Knitting update, neighborhood walks, an art exhibit, and waterfalls and October 2020Knitting My fingers have been busy: Walks around the neighborhood, New signs, whimsy, architectural elements: Fall colors evolving& I have been hunting witches and other Halloween displays, t...

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Oregon Basketball: 2020 NBA Draft Profile for Payton PritchardAfter a stellar four-year career in Eugene, Oregon Basketball guard Payton Pritchard could find himself selected in the second round of the 2020 NBA draft.

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Bizarre Star Twinkle Leads to Discovery: Portland, Oregon, Washington Coast AstronomyBizarre Star Twinkle Leads to Discovery: Portland, Oregon, Washington Coast Astronomy - An oddly flashing sight has a simple explanation, but with a twist.

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Coronavirus updates Thursday: 11 Oregon deaths reported, 373 new casesPeople with COVID-19 in Northern Idaho soon may have to be sent to Seattle or Portland because the region's hospitals are nearing capacity.

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Oregon DHS officials ask for help in finding missing baby, parentsThe family is from Portland and officials believe they are still in the Portland-metro area.

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14 Photos Of Oregon's Extreme Autumn BeautyOregon is beautiful during all seasons, but seeing warm oranges, reds and yellows in the trees on a crisp fall day feels extra special.

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OHA reports an alarming 70% increase in opioid-related deathsMEDFORD, Ore.  The Oregon Health Authority says there was a 70% increase in opioid deaths during April and May 2020.

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Football Practice Report: Oct. 23Oregon practiced inside Autzen Stadium on Friday, and will do so again Saturday when the Ducks hold a scrimmage.

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Oregon State hoping to see QB race develop in Saturday scrimmageThe Beavers QB room is still competing for the starting spot one week ahead of the opening of the Pac-12 season.

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Proposal to spend Oregon tax dollars on hotels spurs controversyThe idea, dubbed Project Turnkey, would offer up $65 million to turn distressed hotels and motels into shelters.

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Oregon bowling alleys, skating rinks allowed to reopen under coronavirus restrictionsBowling alleys and skating rinks in phase one counties in Oregon can reopen to the public if they take precautions to help keep people from contracting the coronavirus, the Oregon Health Authority said Thursday.

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Your Socially Distanced Weekend Guide: Mushroom Season, Record Store Day, and Other Safe Things To Do IRL in PortlandEverOut is The Mercury's new website devoted to things to do in Portland and across the Pacific Northwest.

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Oregon Democrat Wyden's wealthy wife pleads for help for her struggling NYC bookstoreThe owner of New York City's famed Strand bookstore sent out a plea for customers Friday, saying the store's revenue has plummeted by 70% since the began.

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Authorities look for killer of Oregon wolf; reward offeredSALEM, Ore. — Someone shot a wolf in Oregon, leaving its pack without a breeding male, wildlife officials said as they announced a $6,150 reward for the shooter.

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Good Afternoon, News: Oregon Smashes COVID Record, Portland's Weird Political Ads, and Trump "Takes Care" of Kidnapped ChildrenOregon hit a new daily record for COVID cases today with the OHA reporting a whopping 550 new cases and three additional deaths.

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More Oregonians can join lawsuit over unemployment benefitsIn July, a group of unemployed people took their grievances to court, asking a judge to compel the Oregon Employment Department to take specific actions to fix the delays and improve access to benefits.

Salem Statesman Journal Shared .

Oregon is a top 5 state for potential election-related violence, report findsLess than two weeks from Election Day, a new report listed Oregon in the top 5 states with the possibility of seeing violence from right-wing militia and other street-fighting groups.

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6,150 Reward Offered for Info on Wolf Poaching in Eastern OregonCenter for Biological Diversity: PORTLAND, Ore.— Conservation groups and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife are offering a $6,150 reward for information concerning the poaching of a male radio-collared wolf in Baker County on or around Sept.

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Don't move in with herCupcake, she's got you thinking of yourself as the only one who will never betray her.

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The Four Weirdest Portland Political Adsand Whos Paying for ThemOnce the October of an election year hits in Portland, even the most politics-avoidant people cant help but gain a periphery awareness of whats on the ballot.

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Ken Evenstad, Co-Founder of Oregon's Domaine Serene Winery, Dies at 77After building his fortune in pharmaceuticals, Evenstad and his wife Grace helped create one of Willamette Valley's most prominent wineries.

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Don't Miss Tuesday's "Eyes on the Ground" Protest Reporter Livestream Panel!Whats it like for the reporters, photographers, and livestreamers who cover Portland's protests on a nightly basis?

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87-year-old Oregon woman killed in house fire87-year-old Loretta Wolfe died Thursday morning after her Oregon home went up in flames.

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Oregon reports daily record 550 coronavirus casesThe state health authority reported 550 new known coronavirus cases in Oregon Friday. Thats the highest daily case count since the beginning of the pandemic.

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If Trump Is Re-elected, Oregon Could Be Headed for a CrackupPortland's antifa leftists may want to secede. The state's rural inland would be happy to let them go.

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Covid-19 Surges In OregonSALEM, Ore.  On Friday, the Oregon Health Authority reported the highest-ever daily case count of COVID-19 in the state.

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Newberry National Volcanic Monument Is An Oregon Gem You Must SeeThe Newberry National Volcanic Monument is a beautiful place to visit in central Oregon. This monument has a variety of things to do and a diverse landscape to explore.

That Oregon Life Shared .

This Week In Portland Food News: New Japanese Restaurants, A Potential New In-N-Out and Great American Beer Festival WinnersEverOut is The Mercury's new website devoted to things to do in Portland and across the Pacific Northwest.

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First 'Bike the Vote' ride set for TuesdayThis election has many of us on edge. And what better activity to help our moods than a bike ride?

Bike Portland Shared .

Restoration Along Oregon's John Day River at Longview RanchPress release content from Business Wire. The AP news staff was not involved in its creation.

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550 new virus cases in Oregon, highest daily count of new cases since start of pandemicPORTLAND, Ore. — The Oregon Health Authority reported 550 new cases of COVID-19 in the state Friday, the highest daily case count since the start of the pandemic.

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Roseburg contractor fined thousands of dollarsOregon OSHA recently fined a general contractor $38,390 for committing several safety violations, including a repeat offense of failure to provide sufficient fall protection for workers.

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Reopening schools: More students return to in-person learning at Salem-KeizerCohorts of fewer than 10 students at select schools\u00a0are testing out in-person learning up to two hours a day.

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A roundup of top bidders for Oct. 23, 2020The Idaho Department of Transportation intends to award a $10.8 million contract to Knife River Corp.-Mountain West for a project in Cassia County.

Daily Journal Of Commerce Shared .

SMPS Oregon announces 2020-21 boardThe Oregon chapter of the Society for Marketing Professional Services has named its board of directors for the upcoming fiscal year.

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Downtown recoveries encounter stumbling blocksThe COVID-19 pandemic is threatening to discourage commercial growth in large cities such as Detroit, Cleveland and Oakland, California.

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Project honored by international nonprofit " Daily Journal of CommerceNesika Illahee, a three-story, 59-unit affordable housing building in Northeast Portland, recently received a high honor from the Urban Land Institute's Terwilliger Center for Housing.

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Central Oregon Gives Sets an Ambitious 2020 GoalThe local program that helps Central Oregon nonprofits raise funds toward their end-of-year giving goals is back—this time, with a far more ambitious goal.

The Source Weekly - Bend Shared .

Not all cops are badMy dad was a police officer, granted in another state, and in a different time.

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Woman, 58, first COVID-19 death in Coos County, OregonA 58-year-old woman who tested positive for COVID-19 October 18 died 4 days later at home, the first COVID-19 death in Coos County.

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Wildfires prompt Oregon to adopt new rules for emergency housing outside urban areasOregon’s Land Conservation and Development Commission, which oversees the state’s legendarily strict system for limiting urban sprawl, on Thursday approved the new temporary rules.

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Musician John Legend Endorses Drug Decriminalization Ballot Measure In OregonMusician John Legend on Friday endorsed an Oregon initiative to decriminalize possession of all currently illicit drugs while investing in substance misuse treatment.

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If Trump Is Re-Elected, Oregon Could Be Headed for a CrackupPortland's antifa leftists may want to secede. The state's rural inland would be happy to let them go.

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Leader of ODOT Climate Office: 'We're moving in the complete wrong direction'We have a significant gap between where we are likely to go and where we need to go.— Amanda Pietz, ODOT Climate Office The Oregon Department of Transportation isnt moving Read More.

Bike Portland Shared .

Borgen Project AdvocateWith the ongoing uncertainty in today's world there is one thing for certain - everyone has days where they don't know if the future will be getting any better or brighter.

Portland Mercury Shared .

Elephants at the Oregon Zoo pulverize pumpkins during the annual Squishing of the SquashElephants at the Oregon Zoo demolished a couple of the area’s largest pumpkins Friday morning during the 22nd annual Squishing of the Squash.

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Measure 108 can provide positive change for Oregon communitiesOne in four high schoolers in Oregon is vaping, which leads to a three times greater chance to start smoking.

Salem Statesman Journal Shared .

Central Oregon Coast closes for razor clamming; south coast opens for mussel harvestingThe Oregon Department of Agriculture and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announced a closure on central coast beaches for recreational razor clamming and the reopening of mussel harvesting on south coast beaches.

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Oregon three-star 2022 TE Jacob Newell has big NP ShowcaseSpringfield. Thurston 2022 tight end Jacob Newell was the top performer at his position at the National Preps Showcase last weekend...

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'Unlawful Abuse of Power': NYC, Seattle, and Portland, Oregon Sue DOJ Over 'Anarchist' Designation"The only anarchy in this country is coming from the White House," quipped New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.

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Good hearted souls helping to help bring back neighborhoods run over by the Echo Mountain FireResidents, friends and good-hearted helpers are gathering along Pony Trail off Yodel in the Otis area today to help the community get back on its feet - physically, emotionally and spiritually.

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Next Week! Celebrate Halloween at the SLAY Drive-In Movie!Don't let COVID scare away your Halloween fun! Join us for a TERRIFYINGLY good time at the SLAY Drive-In movie event on October 28 through October 31st!

Portland Mercury Shared .

Analysis: Racial inequity in who takes career, tech coursesAlphina Kamara wonders what might have happened if she'd been introduced to science and engineering careers at her high school in Wilmington, Delaware.

Daily Journal Of Commerce Shared .

John Rushing, Oregon State defensive backs coach in 2017, dies at 48John Rushing, who coached defensive backs at Oregon State as part of Gary Andersen's staff, died Friday morning at age 48.

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In the News: Oregon High-TechYesterday Intel, the pillar of the state's tech industry, announced their latest quarterly earnings and continued discussions on manufacturing challenges and the possibility of partnering with other firms for future production.

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Pac-12 expert picks, 2020-21 preview: Oregon edges UCLA as preseason pick to repeat as conference championThe Pac-12 appears to be on the rise with a good mix of returning talent and star freshmen.

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Starship delivery robots roll onto Oregon State campusA fleet of 20 Starship delivery robots are now processing student mobile orders at Oregon State University, adding a new dining alternative for students.

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Oregon coronavirus updates, Oct. 23: Weekly confirmed COVID-19 cases decrease slightlyWe'll update this story throughout the day with the latest news about coronavirus and its effects in Oregon and across the nation on Friday, Oct.

Salem Statesman Journal Shared .

Revised management plan for Columbia River Gorge approvedSALEM, Ore. — A new management plan that will guide future decisions and address urgent issues like climate change has been approved for the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area.

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Boise Cascade says it might close Oregon plywood millPORTLAND, Ore. — Boise Cascade says it may close a plywood mill in eastern Oregon at the end of the year and lay off all the 229 people who work there.

Daily Journal Of Commerce Shared .

Seattle Seahawks Returns To High Expectations, Can The Division Keep Pace?Even with Seattle taking the week off, week six was still a sight to behold.

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NFC West Leading Seattle Seahawks Vs. Red-Hot Arizona CardinalsArizona Cardinals cornerback Byron Murphy breaks up a pass intended for Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett during the fourth quarter September 29, 2019.

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Seattle Seahawks' Strengths Outweighing Weaknesses In A Big WayThe Seattle Seahawks are sitting at 5-0 coming off their bye week. Russell Wilson is playing his best ball ever and leads the league in several important statistics.

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Quack Fix 10-23-20: O-Line Looking Fine2021 Duck Draft: CJ Verdell Let's hope for another 1,000-yard season!

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Oregon allows bowling alleys, skating rinks to open with restrictionsThe Oregon Health Authority announced that Phase One counties - Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington, as well as Malheur - to open bowling and skating facilities for up to 50 people at a time.

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LISTEN: How the Coronavirus Killed the Ballot Measure in OregonOn this episode of Footnotes, news editor Julia Silverman talks Oregon's ballot measures, as well as the state's long history with citizen-backed initiatives.

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Newport Symphony Orchestra and Oregon Coast Aquarium provide live symphonic music for its animals"This collaboration not only helps sustain both organizations, it is a virtual balm in a time of crisis," said Molly Dumas, director of development for the Oregon Coast Aquarium, in a press release.

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2021 men's college basketball recruiting class rankings: Oregon, Duke start on topDana Altman has Oregon in the top spot of the 2021 men's college basketball recruiting rankings thanks to a trio of ESPN 100 prospects.

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Oregon towns ravaged by fires: Just a spot on a map to many, but a home of memories to meI don't know the names of the places you love, but don't make the same mistake I did.

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OPINION: Oregon needs Shemia Fagan to ensure fair electionsOregon needs Shemia Fagan to ensure fair elections, Local Opinion, Portland local Opinion, Breaking Opinion alerts for Portland city.

Ron Wyden And Jeff Merkley Shared .

Oregon Supreme Court rejects climate change lawsuit that cites public trust doctrine"In this case, therefore, we do not impose broad fiduciary duties on the state, akin to the duties of private trustees, that would require the state to protect public trust resources from effects of greenhouse gas emissions and consequent climate change," the court said in the Oct.

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Oregon vineyards lose lawsuit after alleging odor from nearby marijuana operation would mar grapesTwo Oregon wine grape growers have failed to convince a state judge their grapes would be marred by odors from a neighboring marijuana operation.

Chicagotribune.com Shared .

Cloud fish giving a tree a "good-night kiss."Late night rendezvous between the sea, the night sky and a flying cloud fish kissing a tree!

News Lincoln County Shared .

America's Burgundy? Oregon's Value Pinot Shows the WayOregon Pinot Noir is known for being pricey. But the state also has many bottles that are both budget-friendly and of exceptional quality.

Wine Enthusiast Shared .

Waiver expands options for food benefits in 23 Oregon countiesA waiver approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service allows Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and Disaster SNAP recipients in 23 Oregon counties to purchase hot or prepared foods from authorized SNAP retailers until Nov.

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Oregon high court strikes down environmental lawsuit by Oregon youthsA 9-year-old lawsuit filed by two young Oregonians who called on the state to fight climate change was struck down on Thursday by the Oregon Supreme Court.

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Former Oregon high school players competing in Division 1 college football in a season shortened by coronavirusWe're several weeks into a lot of teams' college football season, but this is a season from conference to conference because of the coronavirus.

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Let's Talk Beaver Football At Spirit Mountain CasinoThe Oregon State football season is starting soon! It's been a long wait. Are you ready?

Oregon State University Athletics Shared .

Self InterestI need you. I want you to want me. Capitalism is a fair exchange. I have value.

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Oregon lawmakers look to buy hotels to house homeless during coronavirus pandemicPORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon's homeless crisis is visible almost anywhere in the state, and two representatives are trying to change that.

KATU Shared .

Just Before The RainAvailable in sizes S - XXL. Each t-shirt is printed on-demand, ships within 1-2 business days, and comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

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Welcome to Oregon State Sign Tote Bag for Sale by Miroslav LiskaThe tote bag is machine washable, available in three different sizes, and includes a black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder.

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Oregon commit Keanu Williams to skip senior season, early enrollAn Oregon defensive line commitment will not play his senior season and enroll early at Oregon.

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Oceanside SunsetAvailable in king, queen, full, and twin. Our soft microfiber duvet covers are hand sewn and include a hidden zipper for easy washing and assembly.

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Good Afternoon, News: Cop Union Defends Indefensible Cop, One More Debate, and Crybaby Trump Strikes Again!Portland has joined Seattle and New York in a lawsuit against the Trump administration for labeling the cities as "anarchist jurisdictions" and withholding federal funds—WHICH WE PAID FOR WITH OUR TAX DOLLARS, LET US NOT FORGET!

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How to be PopularWhat happened to that fabulously attractive pro-cop billboard? Oh, yeah, it burned down. I have a little tip for cops wanting to be more popular: be respectful, efficient, honest and honorable.

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The Best Movies to Stream and Watch in Portland Theaters This WeekendEverOut is The Mercury's new website devoted to things to do in Portland and across the Pacific Northwest.

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Lincoln County Health has a new Deputy DirectorNEWPORT, OR) Lincoln County Public Health has a new Deputy Director with a unique background that is sure to bring another perspective to the county health scene.

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Auditors: Oregon could improve processes, avoid risks in spending federal COVID fundsMost cities, counties and special districts could back up their requests for money with documents.

Salem Statesman Journal Shared .

The Best Movies to Watch in Portland This Week: Oct 22-28, 2020The Best Movies to Watch in Portland This Week: Oct 22-28, 2020 - The Bicycle Film Festival, a Stevie Nicks Concert Film, and More Top Picks.

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Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley and others want emergency services at their back&Senator's Wyden and Merkley want faster response times and sends a clear message to Wash.

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Inside the Fight to Legalise Psilocybin Therapy in OregonOn a sunny September afternoon in Portland, volunteers pour into a Zoom conference room. They've come for a weekly update from Oregon's Yes on Measure 109 campaign — a measure which would create the world's first market for psilocybin-assisted therapy.

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Oregon trying to capitalize on Isaac Slade-Matautia's skillsetsThe Ducks are looking to capitalize on a position change for the teams top returning tackler, linebacker Isaac Slade-Matautia.

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Westlake Consultants hires HintonENGINEERING Jeff Hinton has joined Westlake Consultants' Engineering Department as a project manager and senior civil engineer.

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Robinson joins Westlake ConsultantsWestlake Consultants has added Chris Robinson as a project manager and senior land surveyor. He has nearly 15 years of experience in all phases of lands surveying, staff oversight and training, as well as expertise in topographic and boundary surveys, easements, wetlands location and mapping, and public infrastructure improvements.

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Aguilar named ECONorthwest director of research equityCONSULTING ECONorthwest has named Jade Aguilar director of research equity in its Portland office. She will provide an understanding of institutional and systemic factors that create and promote social inequities to housing, transportation, education, safety net, and natural resource work.

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Tonkon Torp's Gent joins nonprofit's board " Daily Journal of CommerceLAW Will Gent, an associate in Tonkon Torp's Litigation Department, has joined the Young Professionals Board at Blanchet House, a nonprofit that provides meals and housing assistance to people in need.

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Oregon State Student-Athletes Prepared To VoteThrough a collaborative effort from Oregon State's President to coaches to staff members and student leaders, more than 99% of Beaver student-athletes are registered to vote for the November election.

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The Waldport Chamber shares progress on their Visitor CenterIn a recent community survey, the Waldport Chamber hosting a Visitor Center was deemed very important.

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Oregon's top OL Charlie Pickard focusing on a handfulPortland. Jesuit offensive lineman Charlie Pickard is focusing on a handful of schools...

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Painstaking preservation projects progressingMexico still has much work to do in order to fully restore old churches that were damaged by an earthquake in 2017.

Daily Journal Of Commerce Shared .

OP-ED: NLRB's guidance on COVID-19 policies for unionized employersBalancing the ability to comply with government mandates and adapt to a changing public health environment with the duty to bargain creates an additional layer of complexity in the unionized workplace.

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TriMet details $558 million in bus rapid transit projects included in Measure 26-218Less than two weeks before voters get final say on Metros transportation funding measure 26-218, TriMet has released a statement outlining the four major bus rapid transit projects it would Read More.

Bike Portland Shared .

Oregon Democrats enthusiastic for 2020 election, 36% already returned ballotsMore than one of every three registered Democrats in Oregon turned in a ballot early enough to have it officially logged at their county elections office by the close of business Wednesday, an analysis of new state figures shows.

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Hermiston Christian School sues Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, other officials for religious discriminationA private Christian school in Eastern Oregon is suing Gov. Kate Brown, as well as other state and local officials, stating some coronavirus-related restrictions are a form of religious discrimination.

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Building Blocks: Hood ApartmentsConstruction of this 64-unit multifamily complex was completed last month. A California-based investment firm recently purchased the property for $12 million.

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Refresh Playlist: New Music for the WeekIf following the 2020 election cycle or the frightening situation with SARS in Nigeria is taking a toll on your mental health, here's your permission to take a break from that timeline for a bitor maybe the rest of the day.

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SLAY Is Coming to the Drive-In—Get Your Tickets Now!SLAY will also be livestreamed on October 15-17, the 24th, and the 31st, so if you miss your chance to get tickets to the drive-in , you should absolutely get tickets for the online version!

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SW Portland's top priority, $26 million project clears final hurdleExisting conditions on the left, future conditions on the right.) Its not every day a project thats a top priority for an entire quadrant gets authorized for construction — much Read More.

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Weekly confirmed COVID-19 cases in Oregon decrease slightlyThe Oregon Health Authority reported Thursday that there was a slight decrease in COVID-19 cases in the state last week.

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Oregon OL George Moore talks getting sixth year of eligibility from NCAAOregon OL Steven Jones says the 'Chemistry is coming together' on the OL.

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Good Morning, News: Portland Cop Gets Consequences, Oregon at Risk Post-Election, and Oh Boy, the Debate!We need your help. The economic fallout of the coronavirus crisis is threatening our ability to keep producing the quality reporting you've come to love.

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Inside the Fight to Legalize Psilocybin Therapy in OregonOn a sunny September afternoon in Portland, volunteers pour into a Zoom conference room. They've come for a weekly update from Oregon's Yes on Measure 109 campaign—a measure which would create the world's first market for psilocybin-assisted therapy.

Gizmodo Shared .

Quack Fix 10-22-20: The Shough ShowWe use cookies and other tracking technologies to improve your browsing experience on our site, show personalized content and targeted ads, analyze site traffic, and understand where our audiences come from.

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Pandemic leads some Oregon counties to alter ballot drop boxes, election staffingAt least six have reduced the number of places where voters can submit their ballots because of the pandemic.

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Momentum Grows for Women on BoardsThe social and economic upheaval unleashed by the coronavirus pandemic will increase pressure on companies to diversify their boardrooms.

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California WildfireThe wildfires in the US state of California are so bad that turns the sky over San Francisco to a strange orange colour.

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Oregon Ducks filling in ‘blank slate' along offensive lineEUGENE — Alex Mirabal hasn't faced a task this daunting before. During his 16 years as a high school coach, Oregon's offensive line coach had to replace starters annually but nothing like filling the voids the Ducks have this offseason.

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One dead after fatal house fire in OregonThe Oregon Fire Chief confirmed the death.

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Oregon Wildfires Temporary Housing Mission > U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters > Story Article ViewJason Ritter, Randy Campbell, Mike Johnson, Steve Caldwell and Cecil Cox have deployed to support wildfire recovery efforts in Oregon supporting the Portland District.

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Oregon vineyards lose lawsuit against nearby pot operationMCMINVILLE, Ore. — Two Oregon wine grape growers have failed to convince a judge that their grapes would be harmed by the scent from a nearby marijuana operation.

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Oregon vineyards lose lawsuit against nearby cannabis operationTwo Oregon wine grape growers have failed to convince a state judge their grapes would be harmed by the scent from a nearby marijuana operation.

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Bowl projections: Oregon moves past Georgia into College Football PlayoffThe loss by Georgia last week moved the Bulldogs out of the College Football Playoff in the latest USA TODAY bowl projections.

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Oregon is among 5 states where threat of militia activity around elections is highestOregon is among 5 states where threat of militia activity around elections is highest, Local News, Portland local News, Breaking News alerts for Portland city.

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Opinion: Why Oregon voters need t a new attorney generalOpinion: Why Oregon voters need t a new attorney general, Local Opinion, Portland local Opinion, Breaking Opinion alerts for Portland city.

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Two Oregon vineyards lose lawsuit against nearby pot growing operationYamhill County Circuit Court Judge Cynthia Easterday ruled that Smera Vineyard and Maysara Winery haven't met their burden of proof to justify blocking the Wagner family from growing and processing marijuana.

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Ramsey Embick: ComposerAnd an all around unique individual. Find our why.

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Terje Rypdal: When Fusion was Fun

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Oregon vineyards lose lawsuit against nearby pot operation"This was a very difficult and close decision," and while the potential for the smell of marijuana to taint wine grapes raises "a threat, a risk, and concerns, there is insufficient proof at this time by a preponderance of the evidence that it will damage plaintiffs' current or future agricultural products," Easterday said.

SFGATE Shared .

Oregon State Fall Position Battle Update: Wide ReceiverWe're highlighting all of the position battles before things are set in stone for week one.

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Report: Oregon Is Among 5 States Where The Threat Of Militia Activity Around The Elections Is HighestGeorgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Oregon have the highest risk of seeing increased militia activity around the elections, according to a new report obtained exclusively by NPR.

Jefferson Public Radio Shared .

Clearing the air about this year's "Flu Shot"As people are tested for COVID-19 during flu season, we want to be clear: The flu vaccine will not cause you to test positive for COVID-19.

News Lincoln County Shared .

Latest high-flying aerial bus from Boeing and flying up the coast to Seattle&

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Wah Gwin Gwin FallsI had low expectations for Wah Gwin Gwin Falls because it is located on the grounds of a hotel.

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Oregon governor renews talk of reopening schools as COVID cases dipCOVID-19 numbers have come down from their record highs - but theyre still way too high for schools to reopen.

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In Bend, big money fuels partisan fight for Oregon HouseRepresenting Bend has become one of the most expensive jobs in Oregon state politics.

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Cecille Kennedy taking us on a tour of the early night skies&

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Children of the Candy CornsHalloween, more than almost any other holiday, is about fun. Unlike Christmas, Easter, Mothers or Fathers Days, all of which involve a certain amount of stress and sacrifice if not guilt, Thanksgiving is fun but it's a lot of work.

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Rising COVID-19 case counts 'major obstacle' to more Oregon kids back in classSALEM, Ore. — The Governor’s Healthy Schools Reopening Council met Wednesday to review the steps Oregon will need to take to return more students to in-person instruction in schools.

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Glacier FuneralOn Oct. 18, on South Sister, the Oregon Glaciers Institute held a funeral for Clark Glacier, pronouncing it "dead." Well, they almost held the funeral.

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High-Performance HomesTechnology is evolving at an unprecedented rate. Change is happening so rapidly that it's hard to keep up with the newest of the new.

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The Lovely GhostsUltimately, every love story is also a ghost story. At some point or another, one person loses the other and then all that's left are memories and empty rooms; a never-ending ellipsis sprawling out into the future like an unfinished sentence.

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We Heart Locals' NightsIt's that time of year: The tourist numbers are starting to dwindle, and the traffic is slowing—meaning it's locals' time to spread out on the trails and at local watering holes.

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Good Afternoon, News: Hardesty Speaks Out on Mondaine, Cop Budget on Chopping Block, and Rudy Gets Burned by BoratIn adjustments to the city budget for this fall, Commissioners Jo Ann Hardesty and Chloe Eudaly are expected to ask for $18 million in cuts to the Portland Police Department, which is on top of the $15 million cut that was made this past summer, but still far short of the $50 million total that many in Portland were asking for.

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Learn About Gravel Biking in the Skyline ForestEver wanted to bike the Skyline Forest, but don't know where to go? An upcoming webinar gives locals the chance to learn about gravel biking on the privately owned land.

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Virtual fundraiser to benefit fire victims in Southern Oregon, Live tonight starting at 7pm"United Together" is a fundraiser that features performances by local artists coming together to benefit local fire victims.

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Race on Your Own and Against Other Runners and Riders with 10 Barrel's Race SeriesWe know—you wish racing wasn't so siloed and solo this year... but alas. For those looking to add a healthy dose of competition to their running or mountain biking routines, the 10 Barrel "Riding Solo" and "Running Solo" stage race series continue through the first week of November.

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Crater Lake Enters the Tequila GameCrater Lake Spirits is adding an entirely new flavor profile to its lineup of spirits—but don't call it tequila.

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Portland is rebuilding a neighborhood destroyed by highways and racist land-use policiesWhen you drive by today you might not even realize theres a neighborhood there. — Kevin Bond, City of Portland BPS The City of Portland is working to restore a Read More.

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Musicians Say "No" to TrumpWith its Wagnerian orchestral soundtrack, exceptionally low camera angles, and sweeping shots of white marble columns reaching up toward the heavens, the recent Republican National Convention served as an answer to the question, "What would happen if the producers of "The a remake of Leni of the Will?

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Paris terror ‘hero' accused of links to right wing group associated with QAnon in election bidThe more we learn about him, the more troubling his candidacy gets,' executive director of House Majority says.

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End GameWith the GOP Strategist.

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Oha Reports Slight Drop In Weekly CasesSALEM, Ore.  The Oregon Health Authority released its COVID-19 Weekly Report on Wednesday. For the week of Monday, Oct.

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Matt WuerkerWeek of October 22Love sometimes requires one to make sacrifices, but these shouldn't include avoiding any words with more than two syllables More.

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This Modern Worldweek of October 22Love sometimes requires one to make sacrifices, but these shouldn't include avoiding any words with more than two syllables More.

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Four-star APB Damir Collins eager to get to Oregon StatePortland. Jefferson all-purpose back Damir Collins is eager to get to Oregon State...

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Oregon long-term care facilities can get no-cost COVID-19 vaccines when they become availableSALEM, Ore.  Oregon Department of Human Services and Oregon Health Authority are notifying long-term care facilities and small congregate settings that their residents and employees can get no-cost COVID-19 vaccinations when a vaccine becomes available, as part of a partnership between the federal government and two large, commercial pharmacies.

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Arsonist Who Started Mapleton Wildfire Sentenced To 10 Years In PrisonElias Pendergrass, a 44-year-old man who was arrested on arson allegation in a wildfire that burned nearly 400 acres near Mapleton has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.

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Your Guide to Haunted Houses and Attractions in PortlandEverOut is The Mercury's new website devoted to things to do in Portland and across the Pacific Northwest.

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Metro's growing production of affordable homesMetro funds have contributed to the creation of more than 1,200 affordable housing units across greater Portland in the last three years.

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Oregon Department of Corrections employees sue the agency for retaliationThe employees claim false information was presented to Oregon lawmakers, and that the state prison agency has attempted to misuse grant funding.

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Oregon thermal imaging tech helps senior community during COVID-19An Oregon company's thermal imaging technology is being used to protect the health of local seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Heavy MentalHeavy Mental I'm a woman who recently stopped talking with a guy I'd been seeing because, frankly, I didn't find him intelligent enough.

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Vote 2020: All the Source Weekly's Candidate EndorsementsWe've spent months interviewing candidates to arrive at these endorsements. To see the interviews that helped us make our decisions, visit the Elections section.

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Top receiving performances and Oregon State's 2000 season rewind set to air this week on Pac-12 NetworkEncore begins tomorrow at 12 p.m. PT / 1 p.m. MT with Freddie Mitchell's big game for then-No.

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Letters to the EditorEditor's note: Over the past several months, my staff and I have been hard at work interviewing the many candidates running for Bend City Council, Deschutes County Commission, state legislative seats and more.

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'Band of Brothers' veteran Bill Wingett laid to rest OregonBill Wingett died earlier this month at an Oregon veterans home in Lebanon at the age of 98.

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The Mercury's 2020 General Election Cheat SheetMayor of Portland: Sarah Iannarone Portland City Commissioner, Position 4: Chloe Eudaly Metro Councilor, District 5: Chris Smith Portland Parks Levy, Measure 26-213: Yes Portland Police Oversight Board, Measure 26-217: Yes Portland Water Fund Charter Amendment, Measure 26-219: Yes Portland Public Schools Levy, Measure 26-215: Yes Multnomah...

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Free Will AstrologyWeek of October 22I vote in American elections, but I've never belonged to a political party. One of my favorite politicians is Bernie Sanders, who for most of his career has been an Independent.

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Oregon Has Updated Face Covering and Mask RequirementsThe Oregon Health Authority has again modified the state's requirements for masks and face coverings.

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The Source Weekly Update Oct 21In this week's update, we attempt to ease local paranoia about mail-in ballots. We will discuss what to do in the event that you do not receive your ballot as well as provide some comfort with statistics on voter fraud.

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Citizens work to erase racial slurs from Oregon mapsCitizens work to erase racial slurs from Oregon maps, Local News, Portland local News, Breaking News alerts for Portland city.

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Vote Yes on Measure 107Vote Yes on Measure 107 to amend the Oregon constitution and allow state and local governments to put campaign contribution limits in place.

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Vote Jeff Merkley for Oregon U.S. SenatorA September poll from Civiqs had Jeff Merkley leading this race by 20 points.

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Vote Alex Spenser for Oregon's Congressional District 2Oregon's Congressional District 2 is famous for its impossible construction. It's so large it could be a from Ashland to Hood River and the border with Idaho.

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Vote No on Deschutes County Prohibition on New Pot BusinessesIs there anyone else out there that yearns for the return of a pro-business Republican party?

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Vote Yes on Measure 110We are all veterans of the War on Drugs.

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Vote Yes on Measure 109Measure 109 legalizes the use of the plant medicine psilocybin in a clinical setting.

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Vote Yes on Measure 108Measure 108 would create a tax on nicotine vaping and heated tobacco products.

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Vote Jason Kropf for Oregon House District 54We would love to be framing this endorsement solely around the various positive attributes these two candidates bring in representing Bend in the Oregon State Legislative Assembly.

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Vote Ellen Rosenblum for Attorney GeneralIn the race for Oregon's Attorney General—the position responsible for enforcing state laws and advocating on behalf of the state in federal courts—only one of the candidates on the ballot is an attorney, making the choice in this race relatively simple.

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Vote Jack Zika for Oregon House District 53Throughout this campaign, Jack Zika has riffed about being "the housing guy."

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Vote Joe Biden for U.S. President; Kamala Harris for Vice PresidentWhen we look back upon this endorsement, we'd like to recall some of the reasons we saw promise in the eventual President Biden, rather than the near-endless reasons to cast a protest vote that sees #45 exit his self-made swamp.

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Vote Scott Schaier for Deschutes County SheriffMore attention has been placed on law enforcement agencies in recent months, and with that comes a more informed conversation around the impact that its leaders can have on an organization.

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Vote Eileen Kiely Oregon Senate District 27Tim Knopp has been serving in District 27 since 2013 and during his tenure, the votes he has cast are stacking up against him.

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Vote Phil Chang for Deschutes County CommissionerFor most voters in Deschutes County, the County Commissioner position is not something to spend a lot of time worrying about.

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Vote Rita Schenkelberg Bend City Council Pos. 4Bend City Councilor Bruce Abernethy, who is not running for re-election, has served as both a Bend City Councilor and Mayor on and off for the last 20 years.

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Vote Chris Piper for Bend City Council Pos. 3With two veteran councilors walking away this year—including one moderate and one decidedly conservative councilor—the next iteration of the Bend City Council is undoubtedly going to look very different.

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Vote Anthony Broadman, Bend City Council Pos. 2As City Councilor Bill Moseley's dramatic tenure comes to an end, we welcome the progressive idealism Anthony Broadman will bring to this seat.

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Vote Melanie Kebler, Bend City Council Pos. 1Bend's City Council position 1 race has two qualified and competent candidates running—and while the position is nonpartisan, the two bring differing backgrounds and philosophies.

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Vote Shemia Fagan for Oregon Secretary of StateDeciding who to support in the Secretary of State race has come with much discussion and challenges, but Democratic nominee, Shemia Fagan, is the candidate we find most ready for the job.

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Watch: Oregon OL coach Alex Mirabal says communication is key on the OLDuring the Pac-12 South media webinar Wednesday, Arizona State sophomore quarterback Jayde...

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Oregon State Researchers Develop State-Specific Poverty MeasureResearchers at Oregon State University, inspired by California and Wisconsin's development of state-specific poverty measures, have created the Oregon Poverty Measure, according to a story published by the OSU Newsroom Oct.

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Your Guide to Haunted Houses and Attractions in Portland This Halloween 2020: COVID-Safe EditionA Haunted Drive-Through in Canby, a Spooky Forest at Criswell Farms, and More.

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In-N-Out Burger Considering New Locations In Beaverton And TualatinIn-N-Out Burger is a popular burger chain headquartered in Irvine California. The restaurant now has three locations in Oregon: one in Medford, one in Grants Pass and one in Keizer.

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Our first weekend on the roadOn Saturday morning, September 19th, we embarked on the first leg of our adventure. The drive for the weekend was to be almost 1000 miles , so we were eager to get on the road.

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The Seventeens  Georgie GirlGeorgie Girl by the Seventeens  cover of the 1967 song Georgy Girl by the Seekers Emily Joy of Scott Wray Media was flown down to California to create this stellar music video concept in col...

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Shevlin Park and Pilot ButtePaulina Creek, south of Bend, the evening after I toured the High Desert Museum. If you read my last post, you saw that I drove the 4 1/2 hours down to Bend, Oregon to see an art show.

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Forest Service looking to hire 1,000 people for jobs in Oregon and WashingtonThe Forest Service is hiring over 1,000 temporary spring and summer jobs, including positions in fire management, recreation and timber.

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Commissioner Hardesty Responds to Mondaine Abuse AllegationsIt's been a week since the Mercury published a story with numerous sexual, physical, and psychological abuse allegations against E.D. Mondainé, a pastor and local civil rights advocate.

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Portland Mercury Presents: Election Survival GuideThis election season is brutal, but Portland businesses are here to help. We've partnered with local spots around town to bring you this sponsored round-up.

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Josephine County Reports Three New Cases Of Covid-19Public Health officials were notified of the cases by the official medical record system provided by the Oregon Health Authority.

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Lowe's to distribute free supplies to fire victimsPHOENIX, Ore.  Home improvement retailer Lowes is set to hold a drive-through bucket brigade event this Friday to give free supplies to Oregonians who are continuing fire recovery efforts.

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Oregon reports 5 new coronavirus cases linked to schools, 2 of them in Coos BayThe Oregon Health Authority on Wednesday announced that five new coronavirus cases were detected at public and private schools offering in-person instruction last week: three of them students and two school employees or volunteers.

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Oregon Wants Companies To Help Pay For A New Recycling SystemA plan to reform the state's recycling system requires packaging producers to help pay for changes.

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Robots Provide Food Delivery to Oregon State's Corvallis CampusCORVALLIS, Ore. – It may look like a robot from a Star Wars movie, but those aren’t droids roaming around Oregon State University’s Corvallis campus.

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Takeout Club: Local Carts Feature Korean Comfort Food and Wood-Fired Pizza for the FallAfter spending the summer indoors social distancing, it looks like Portlanders are poised to spend winter outdoors to safely enjoy drinking and dining.

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Two Oregonians Captured After Pursuit In N. CaliforniaSISKIYOU COUNTY, Calif.  Two people from Klamath Falls were taken into custody after running from officers in Siskiyou County early Wednesday morning.

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Good Morning, News: More Cop Cuts on the Table, Pope Okay with Same-Sex Unions, and Trump's Secret Chinese Bank AccountWe need your help. The economic fallout of the coronavirus crisis is threatening our ability to keep producing the quality reporting you've come to love.

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Watch The Lost Boys From The Comfort Of Your Car At Newberg's 99W Drive-In TheaterWhat's your favorite Halloween flick? Do you ever feel like there's not enough time in the month to get all the best ones in?

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Traffic signal finally coming to Going Street greenway at Martin Luther King Jr. BlvdA notorious crossing on Portlands marquee neighborhood greenway is finally getting a traffic signal. At their meeting Wednesday Portland City Council will pass an ordinance that authorizes the transportation Read More.

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Politics Still Happening. No End in Sight.Despite everything going on in the world right now, politics are still a thing. CItizens strained by the constant barrage of bad and disorienting news continue to be forced to ignore political stories, lest they get drawn into another pit of despair.

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Why The Seattle Seahawks Will Defeat The Arizona Cardinals This WeekendMaybe there was a spa-day involved, maybe there were a few yoga sessions, I’m sure there was an abundance of sleep and maybe even a few Netflix shows were binged.

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How Yoga Can Improve Your Sports PerformanceThere is some stigma surrounding yoga, but that continues to quickly fade as more professional sports teams like the Seattle Seahawks continue to incorporate it as part of their gameday preparation.

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Lease Crutcher Lewis: New Road Ahead Project Oregon Humane SocietySUB-BIDS REQUESTED New Road Ahead Project Oregon Humane Society Portland OR BID DATE: 11/17/20 by 2:00 P.M. Lease Crutcher Lewis, LLC, serving as the General Contractor for the Oregon Humane Society's New Road Ahead Project, is soliciting proposals from qualified bidders.

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LMC Construction: Cathedral VillageSUB-BIDS REQUESTED CATHEDRAL VILLAGE Portland, Oregon Bids Due: 11/13/2020 by 5PM Pre Bid RFI's Due: 11/6/2020 by 5PM LMC Construction is requesting bids for the new construction of a multi-family apartment building with 110 units.

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2021 Duck Draft: CJ VerdellLet's hope for another 1,000-yard season!

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Oregon Measure 110, the drug decriminalization ballot initiative, explainedOregon Measure 110 would decriminalize all drugs and fund addiction treatment.

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Measure 110 would make Oregon 1st state to decriminalize drug useSupporters say the goal is to take people who are addicted to drugs out of the criminal justice system and to treat their addiction as a medical problem.

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Oregon QB Tyler Shough talks QB competition in fall campI agree that CBS Sports can send me the "CBS Sports HQ Daily Newsletter" newsletter.

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Oregon QB Tyler Shough details what he learned from Justin HerbertExcerpt: Chris Smith on How Buying Into Cronin Leads to Success.

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President Donald Trump's bold plans didn't change Oregon's economic trajectoryThe Trump administration provided aid to agriculture and the timber industry, but that didn«t lead to a big gain in jobs.

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1.2 million fund to help Oregon artists facing pandemic-related hardshipA new relief program aims to keep professional Oregon artists afloat during the pandemic. More than $1.2 million is available for eligible applicants who’ve had events or performances canceled this year.

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Quack Fix 10-21-20: We Want All The Blue ChipsQuack Fix 10-19-20: First Fall Scrimmage is in the Books.

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Environmentalists Sue DHS to aid Portland Rioters and LootersSome environmentalist groups along with other Leftist organizations are now taking to the courts to try to force the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to stop using teargas and other chemical weapons to halt the unrest in Portland, Oregon citing environmental risks.

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Oregon expands face mask orders amid planning for eventual vaccine distributionMore Oregonians will be wearing face masks at work under new guidelines from state health officials, who say face shields are no longer a must-have in the pandemic.

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Coronavirus updates Wednesday: 4th person with COVID-19 dies in Eastern Oregon prisonAccording to an email from Ron Miles, an Eastern Oregon Correctional Institution spokesperson, there are 385 people incarcerated at that prison who have tested positive for the virus as of Oct.

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Oregon Ducks baseball glad to be back on the field after 2020 season cut shortEUGENE — Ordinarily, Oregon baseball would be preparing for fall ball games. But nothing is ordinary in 2020.

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An Oregon town's daunting challenge: How to rebuild when wildfires left almost nothing behindDetroit was one of five small Oregon towns almost completely decimated by fires that have torn through 1.2 million acres of the state's forest, part of a...

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Oregon Based Gatsby Spirits Launches Two Award-Winning Craft Spirit Brands, The Tides and Cinn City Cinnamon WhiskeyGatsby Spirits LLC, announces the launch of two craft spirit brands, The Tides and Cinn City Cinnamon Whiskey.

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Questions Raised over Oregon GOP Candidate and Paris Train Terror Attack Hero's Links to QAnonAlek Skarlatos, who received France's highest honor for ending the 2015 attack, has been photographed with QAnon supporters.

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Oregon wildfires add to mental health impacts during pandemicFew people were ready for what 2020 had in store. A pandemic, protests, economic distress and in much of Oregon, wildfires.

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Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum ambivalent on issues that drove Portland protests. Here's why Oregonians are likely to reelect herOregon Attorney General appears to be on a glide path to reelection for her third term, after a low-key race in which the state's top elected prosecutor has faced little scrutiny of her more than eight years in office.

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Oregon early voting results so far show 'unprecedented early turnout' compared to 2016Oregon early voting numbers so far show unprecedented voter turnout for the 2020 election, with 9.5 percent of ballots already returned.

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