Oregon Podcasts

Listen to some great podcasts including tips and advice when living in or visiting Oregon.

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Duck Insider 10-23-20Interviews with offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead, defensive coordinator Andy Avalos, and linebacker coach Ken Wilson highlight the show today.

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Coast Guard "Sand Pounders" kept wartime Oregon secureThey never did see any action against the Japanese spies and commando teams they expected.

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Disaster Food Benefits Available for Fire-Impacted OregoniansDisaster food benefits are available for Oregonians in eight counties affected by September's massive wildfires.

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Duck Insider 10-22-20Breaking down the offensive line with assistant coach Alex Mirabal and junior Ryan Walk. Plus, Oregon Women's Basketball head coach Kelly Graves on his team's practices, game schedule and more.

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Ramsey Embick: ComposerWelcome to the Café at Artichoke Music for another...267th, to be exact, OMN Coffeeshop Conversations at Artichoke Music podcast.

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Linn County had a bloody holiday season in 1895Residents of Linn County probably had a bit of an edgy time over Thanksgiving in 1895.

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Duck Insider 10-21-20Cornerbacks coach Rod Chance discusses the Duck defense, QBs Tyler Shough and Anthony Brown meet with the media and more post-practice interviews following this morning's workout.

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Shanghaied in Astoria: Port city was once a perilous placeDesperate for men, shanghai artists once tried to kidnap the local Methodist minister. He turned out not to be as soft a target as they'd anticipated.

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Great DucksBreakaway speed. The broadcast team features the greatest running backs in program history with the best runs, jukes and touchdowns.

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Duck Insider 10-20-20Author Bud Withers discusses his new book about the Kamikaze Kids, director of events services Vicki Strand joins the show and interviews with players following this morning's Oregon Football practice.#GoDucks 56.

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Portland was the "shanghai" capital of the world in 1890sIn the days when Portland was a rough, tough, hard-drinking, hard-punching dockside town, the city's "crimping" activity actually generated international incidents with foreign governments.

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Credit Union Leads Efforts on Southern OR Wildfire ReliefA credit union is leading relief efforts after wildfires devastated Oregon in September. Rogue Credit Union has raised more than $1 million for communities in southern Oregon....

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Duck Insider 10-19-20Coach Cristobal recaps the Ducks' first scrimmage of camp. Plus, Joey Mac sits down with sports dietician Jordan Sylvester discussing nutrition for athletes, go-to meals and what goes into each student-athlete's dietary plan.

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"Oregon system" showed the nation how to reform corruptionAfter out-of-state interests overplayed their hand and showed how little power locals had in their own state, Populists and renegade Republicans got together to do something about it.

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Duck Insider 10-16-20Previewing tomorrow's Oregon Football scrimmage with comments from players and coaches, plus former Duck Kevin Willhite joins the show as part of our Bring ‘em Back campaign.

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Timberline Lodge could've been a gaudy skyscraper/ 'Sky bus' cable tram was an epic flopThe Mount Hood Skiway was the brainchild of Dr. J. Otto George, who came up with the idea just after the Second World War, as the popularity of skiing started to explode nationwide.

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How Oregon State Parks survived a complete shutdown and some overlooked picksZach speaks with Lisa Sumption, the director of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, and longtime parks spokesman Chris Havel to talk about why parks were shut down, how they've been impacted and what comes next - including when yurts and cabins will reopen.

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Duck Insider 10-15-20Deputy AD Lisa Peterson discusses the latest on Oregon Women's Basketball and returning to competition.

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"Oregon's Outback" was a real moonshiner's paradise in '20sCentral and Eastern Oregon was "Oregon's liquor cabinet" during Prohibition; its wide open spaces and tight-knit communities made busting bootleggers uncommonly difficult there.

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Credit Unions Honor Their Local and Global Reach TodayToday is the 72nd annual.

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Mark Powell: Cappella Romana has a hit! Coffeeshop Conversations @ Artichoke Music #266Portland has a world famous choral ensemble. Its name is Cappella Romana. They've been around since 1991 giving the world early and contemporary sacred classical music in the Christian traditions of East and West.

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Duck Insider 10-14-20Oregon Football head coach Mario Cristobal meets with the media to provide updates on practice.

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Oregon was last state where jury need not be unanimousAt Jake Silverman's trial, 11 jurors wanted him to hang, but couldn't convince the lone holdout to change his vote.

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Former Prosecutor, Doctor Make Case for Drug Decriminalization MeasureOregonians in law enforcement and medicine are supporting a measure to decriminalize drug possession and fund addiction treatment.

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Duck Insider 10-13-20Interviews with senior defensive tackle Jordon Scott, senior linebacker Isaac Slade-Matautia, sophomore safety Verone McKinley III and assistant head coach Keith Heyward highlight today's show.

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The life and death of a Portland gangster and his "moll"It had been an accident, but small-time Portland crook Jimmy Walker had shot Rose City crime boss "Shy Frank" Kodat.

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Duck Insider 10-12-20Defensive coordinator Andy Avalos and offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead discuss practice, the organizational chart and position battles.

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How Portland and Henry Kaiser helped save England and CanadaArguably, the outcome of World War II became inevitable on the day the S.S. Star of Oregon slid into the Columbia River.

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Analysis: Job Loss Due to Trade Policies Hits OR HardestAccording to an analysis, the state has been the hardest hit for its population size in recent years.

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Duck Insider 10-9-20Oregon Football is back! Head Coach Mario Cristobal breaks down this morning's practice. Plus, Oregon grad and host of The Solid Verbal Dan Rubenstien joins the show.

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Rajneeshpuram: Did it almost turn into an Oregon Jonestown?Unlikely as it sounds, law-enforcement people who worked the case think it easily could have ended in a 'bloody mess.'

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Oregonians 'Go Zero' for Sustainable Building WeekNext week, Oregonians will get a peek into the greener future of homes.

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Duck Insider 10-8-20Oregon Football head coach Mario Cristobal previews fall camp and assistant AD for marketing and sales John Brewer discusses keeping fans connected to the Ducks in the COVID era.

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Charlie Brown III: Keyboardist for all seasonsYou know It's one of those times when we say that there's a musician who has stepped up and been recognized as that one young cat who is what?

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Rajneesh blend of spiritualism, grabs for power left a bad tasteGroup's leaders planned massive biological attack to depress voter turnout, facilitate a takeover of Wasco County.

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Duck Insider 10-7-20The Ducks are the preseason Pac-12 favorite, updates from Pac-12 coaches and a conversation with Oregon Football nutritionist Taylor Hughes.

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Rajneeshpuram: Oregon's "red scare" featured dozens of Rolls-RoycesBhagwan's assistant, Ma Anand Sheela, set the tone for the commune's relations with the rest of Oregon - and that tone was not a friendly one.

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Duck Insider 10-6-20Zeroing in on Oregon Men's Basketball with assistant coach Kevin McKenna and Oregon Women's Basketball with assistant coach Xavi Lopez.

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Rajneeshpuram, Oregon's most infamous ashram: The backstoryBad health, a bad reputation and a big tax bill drove Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh out of India and into Central Oregon.

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Biking, rafting and wildflower hunting near Hood RiverIn our first mini-podcast, we detail four of our favorite things to do around Hood River, Oregon.

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Duck Insider 10-5-20Breaking down the Oregon Football 2020 schedule, Deommodore Lenoir says he's coming back, the best of Brady Breeze as a Duck and a conversation with sports science coordinator Ben McKay.

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First seaworthy log raft helped Oregon build city of San DiegoLumber magnate Simon Benson needed to get logs from the Columbia to his mill in Southern California, so he designed cigar-shaped log rafts a full acre in size.

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The Labor Day wildfires that devastated the Santiam CanyonIn this edition of the Explore Oregon Podcast, hosts Zach Urness and David Davis talk about the genesis of the fires that ripped through the Santiam Canyon the night of Labor Day 2020 and into the next morning, devastating communities up and down the canyon.

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Duck Insider 10-2-20Oregon Men's Basketball head coach Dana Altman offers updates on the potential schedule, breaks down his team's roster and more.

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The rise and fall of the Oregon Electric RailroadCreated and priced as a luxury line to compete with coal-fired steam trains, the railroad collapsed rapidly after automobiles came on the scene.

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OR Steps Up to Help People with Disabilities Vote During PandemicAdvocates for people living with disabilities say Oregon has taken some major steps to ensure that everyone has the help they need navigating the voting process - even during a pandemic.

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Duck insider 10-1-20Athletic Director Rob Mullens joins Joey Mac discussing the new-look football season, measures to keep student-athletes safe while returning to competition, the department's diversity and inclusion initiatives and more.

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Vicki Green: What is a Performing Artist Coach?Welcome back to the Café at Artichoke Music for another OMN Coffeshop Conversation. I'm Tom D'Antoni, as you may know.

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Incompetent opium smugglers had friend in high placesPolitical boss James Lotan had landed a federal appointment that was flush with possibilities for graft and corruption.

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Duck insider 9-30-20Former Oregon Women's Basketball standout Edniesha Curry, the only female full-time assistant coach in NCAA D1 men's basketball, joins the show discussing her trailblazing career, favorite Duck memories and more.

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Bootleggers' midnight jailbreak didn't work outIt wouldn't be an easy rescue, though. Their friends weren't staying in a Holiday Inn.

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Duck Insider 9-29-20Inside the Marcus Mariota Sports Performance Center with the Director of Performance and Sports Science Jordan Troester.

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Bootleggers' bad luck was "whiskey galore" for localsThe Sea Island was a Canadian rumrunner out of Vancouver, B.C. It was February 8, 1932; Prohibition, as everyone by then knew, was an utter failure, but it still had another year to go before it would be officially repealed.

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Duck Insider 9-28-20Updates from Athletic Director Rob Mullens and Oregon Football Head Coach Mario Cristobal on the resumption of Pac-12 competition.

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Prohibition liquor raid near Albany went horribly wrongWhen the sheriff arrived to enforce the law, he brought with him a pro-temperance preacher from one of the local churches - whose presence seems to have sparked a murderous response from the man he'd come to arrest.

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Duck Insider 9-25-20Football is back! All the details and info on the resumption of Pac-12 play. #GoDucks.

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Postwar Portland turned away Nat "King" Cole, Billie HolidayCrusty, spluttering city leaders, full of self-righteous outrage over mixed-race dancing that was going on at "The Dude Ranch," found an excuse to order the West Coast's hottest jazz club shut down.

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Duck Insider 9-24-20Chief Compliance Officer Jody Sykes discusses eligibility for athletes during these unprecedented times, challenges ahead and more.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Once the West Coast's soggiest town, Valsetz is now a memoryThe little company town was located smack in the middle of the country's most productive tree-growing land; so, in the 1980s, the company drained its lake, bulldozed it into a pile, torched it, and replanted it with trees.

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Oregon Viewed as Gold Standard for Vote By MailMany states are scrambling to shore up their vote-by-mail processes, and Oregon's first-in-the-nation system is being looked to as a gold standard.

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Duck Insider 9-18-20Jerry Allen joins Joey Mac discussing tomorrow's OSN Classic broadcast, the latest from around the Pac-12 and more.

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Cruise-ship skipper wasn't the first to "fall into a lifeboat"Captains are supposed to be the last to leave their sinking ships, not the first.

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Democracy Scorecard: Mixed Results for OR Congressional DelegationThe 2020 Democracy Scorecard from Common Cause is out - and Oregon's congressional delegation does very well, with one exception.

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Michael Quinby: Hunting for new gameYes it's me with a smoky voice not because I want to sound like Barry White but because of the smoke.

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Duck Insider 9-17-20Updates from Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott and the NCAA on potential competition dates. Plus, a conversation with senior associate AD Mike Duncan about procedures for athletic facilities during the pandemic, what the future could look like and more.

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Fog made the difference between a reprimand and a medalLegendary Coast Guard lifesaver took his brand-new rescue boat dangerously close to shore to save four drowning people; hundreds of people were watching and cheering, but USCG brass wanted to bust him for risking the boat.

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Duck Insider 9-16-20Former Oregon Men's Basketball standout Joevan Catron shares his favorite Duck memories, what winning the CBI in 2011 meant to him, how the program has grown to new heights and what he's up to now.

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Activist stopped state plan to forcibly sterilize peopleLegendary physician Dr. Bethenia Owens-Adair was an unstoppable force battling to get a law passed...

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Duck Insider 9-15-20Oregon Women's Basketball associate head coach Mark Campbell joins the show discussing the team's roster, his film room breakdowns on social media and what the upcoming season could look like.

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Camp Adair, Oregon's second-largest city, built in six monthsBustling metropolis of 40,000 lasted just six years before being turned, by order of the U.S. Government, into a ghost town and cut up for salvage.

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A Push for More Federal Relief to Fight Climate ChangeDespite party-line disagreements, Congress is expected to take up a new stimulus bill to rescue the COVID-battered economy, and groups fighting climate change say environmental policy should be part of it.

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Duck Insider 9-14-20Oregon Soccer assistant coach Rachael Doyle discusses her career, what brought her to Oregon, and challenges ahead as the team prepares for the spring season.

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"Atlantic City of the West" was swallowed up by the seaA poorly engineered jetty was installed at the mouth of Tillamook Bay changed the ocean's currents, and over the following three decades the sea relentlessly scoured away the town.

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Duck Insider 9-11-20Coordinator of student-athlete development Jess Harlee discusses the BEOREGON program, helping student-athletes grow off the field, and what inspired her to dive into this field.

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Duck Insider 9-10-20Deputy Athletic Director Eric Roedl joins Joey Mac talking all-things Ducks. Plus, the best of Thomas Graham Jr. as he heads to the NFL and more.

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Newcomer's stinginess with 'his' beach raised neighbors' suspicions… and they were rightOn December 6, 1977, a car pulled past the conspicuous "No Trespassing" and "Beware of Dog" signs at the perimeter of Arthur Allen's oceanside ranch, about ten miles south of Bandon.

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Steve Berlin of Los Lobos: Learning how to play all over again CC#262Steve Berlin, long-time saxophonist with Los Lobos, and a Portlander for years is in the Artichoke Café.

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Homesteader's plan to get extra land involved bigamy, murderHe "married" her to get title to her land claim, but then she found out he had another wife in Dufur, so she moved out.

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Duck Insider 9-9-20Oregon Men's Basketball assistant coach Mike Mennenga breaks down the team roster, discusses how the student-athletes are staying engaged with workouts, the "Keep it 100" initiative and what next season could look like.

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Canadians rescued sailors; their reward was prisonCaptain Robert Pamphlet and his crew were sailing south in a heavy sea when they heard the distress calls.

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Columbia River Basin Salmon in Hot WaterSalmon in the Columbia River basin have been feeling the heat - and experts say it's pushing fish species to the brink of extinction.

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Duck Insider 9-8-20Thank you, Penei Sewell: Joey Mac goes through some of the best highlights from the Outland Trophy winner's great career.

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America's deadliest natural flash flood happened in HeppnerTiny Willow Creek became a wall of water, swept away a third of the town and killed 247 people; one out of every 6 Heppner residents died that day.

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Gold Rush-era Jacksonville: Where the bank "robbed" youEverybody had gold in Jacksonville, and nobody wanted to pack it around, and the bank had no access to outside markets where it could be invested.

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Duck insider 9-4-20Oregon Football head coach Mario Cristobal discusses what his team is focusing on, the Pac-12 announcement regarding daily testing, the department's measures to keep student-athletes safe and more.

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Forty-day debauch made Oregon legislature nationally notoriousThe six-week-long drunken party was thrown by the notoriously rascally Jonathan Bourne Jr. to keep the state Legislature from convening, so it couldn't elect John H. Mitchell to the U.S. Senate.

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A Pledge to 'Vote Out Hunger' During Hunger Action MonthSusannah Morgan, CEO of the Oregon Food Bank, said hunger is at its highest level in a century because of the economic fallout from COVID-19.

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Duck Insider 9-3-20Senior associate athletic director H.J. Cohn discusses season tickets, answers questions from fans and breaks down the department's adaptation to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Bill Frisell's Marvelous DreamBill Frisell tells us about a dream that changed his life.

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Tucker Martine: The ProducerI am with Tucker Martine, one of the world's best producers and recording engineers. I could read you the list of the people he's worked with but it would take the rest of the podcast, and that's only slightly exaggerating.

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Oregon City was home of world's first electric power gridEntrepreneurs figured out how to send power long distances for the first time in history; later, after a flood wiped out power station, they pioneered alternating-current transmission.

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On Anniversary of Wilderness Act, Push to Protect Owyhee CanyonlandsPresident Lyndon Johnson signed the.

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Duck Insider 9-2-20Oregon Volleyball assistant coach Erika Dillard discusses the latest from workouts, her career path that brought her to the Ducks and more.

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Lee Fields: A Soul man in his own rightCame up in the 1960's, did pretty well for himself, known as "Little JB" for James Brown because of his voice, his dancing abilities and because he was just downright funky.

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Vets Help Vets at Oregon TechFormer military members going to college at one southern Oregon school are doing what they can to help their local compatriots.

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Duck Insider 9-1-20A look inside the NBA bubble from a Duck's perspective as videographer Quinton Moore joins Joey Mac discussing the broadcast operation, Pro Ducks in the bubble and more.

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Boiler Bay named for spectacular fiery 1910 shipwreckLit up from stem to stern like a torch, the wooden steam schooner J.Marhoffer slammed into the rocks after its crew pointed it landward and abandoned ship; its rusty boiler is still visible at low tide.

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'Silent Middle' Urged to Stand Up After Portland ShootingA fatal shooting in Portland over the weekend has left tensions high across the country.

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Duck Insider 8-31-20Acrobatics and tumbling head coach Keenyn Won discusses her team, acrobatics and tumbling being named an NCAA emerging sport, and more.

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"Father of Oregon geology" left his mark on the stateThomas Condon didn't set out to become a geologist; he was a Congregationalist minister with a hobby of collecting fossils.

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Remote Control: OR Teachers Comment on Schools Reopening VirtuallyLindsay Ray, a high-school math teacher in Beaverton, said this semester will be an uphill battle, with many teachers instructing from their living rooms and never meeting their students in person.

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Duck insider 8-28-20Oregon Volleyball assistant coach Dave Butler joins the show, Joey Mac chats with Oregon Soccer's Jordan Wormdahl and more.

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Coast Guard catastrophe sprang from bad boat designBafflingly, the Coast Guard's biggest rescue boat on the Columbia River Bar was one that hadn't been designed to survive a rollover.

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Duck Insider 8-27-20Assistant Athletic Director of Equipment Operations and Championships Aaron Wasson joins Joey Mac discussing the equipment room operation, hosting postseason championships, how he got into the athletic equipment industry and more.

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Isaac Slusarenko hits the Jackpot with Martin Denny reissues CC#260When you hear the start of this, you will notice that you're not hearing the Coffeeshop Conversations theme.

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Coast Guard's worst Columbia disaster started as routine rescueMammoth seas on the legendary Columbia River Bar, plus the untimely removal of a vital piece of life-saving gear by short-sighted military brass, cost the lives of five Coast Guardsmen that night.

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Duck Insider 8-26-20Oregon Softball alum Gwen Svekis joins Joey Mac discussing the new Athletes Unlimited softball league, her Duck career and more.

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Teen girl ended brewing family feud with shotgunThe Frishkorn family - Mom, Dad, and two teenage daughters - lived with two boarders, who paid the rent in exchange for board.

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Duck Insider 8-25-20Oregon Track and Field head coach Robert Johnson discusses what the cross country team is up to, Hayward Field and more.

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Dory fisherman rescues stranded sailorsThe conditions were too rough even for the legendary Coast Guard 36-foot motor lifeboat to make it through the breakers, so a fisherman brought them ashore two by two in his rowboat.

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Duck Insider 8-24-20Oregon Men's Tennis head coach Nils Schyllander joins the show, Oregon Football strength and conditioning coordinator Aaron Feld's outstanding videos that support a great cause, and more.

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The day Andy Warhol "punk'd" Oregon college studentsFor the art students and pop-culture aficionados lined up, the once-in-a-lifetime chance to see and meet the "Peter Pan of Pop Art" turned out to be merely a chance to be the butt of one of his irreverent pranks.

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AARP Grants Support Oregon Community ProjectsThree Oregon projects have been chosen to receive grants from AARP's.

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Duck Insider 8-21-20Oregon athletics hall of famer Jordan Kent joins the show discussing his career, favorite Duck memories and the Blazers.

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Mailing out a box of panties got dynamite killer caughtSo, what's the real story of Richard Brumfield? Even today, it's a remarkably unsatisfying account.

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Duck Insider 8-20-20Deputy AD Lisa Peterson discusses the postponement of Pac-12 competition, measures the athletic department has taken to ensure the safety of the student-athletes and staff, being named to the women's basketball selection committee and more.

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Lisa Lipton: One very busy clarinetist and executive CC#257The rather spectacular Lisa Lipton is in the Artichoke Café. She's the Executive Director of Opera Theater Oregon and their principal clarinetist and so much more.

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Dynamite-murderer dentist killed, mailed panties, fledOn a warm summer's evening in 1921, Dr. Richard Brumfield loaded about a dozen sticks of dynamite into his snazzy red convertible and left Roseburg, headed for handyman Dennis Russell's tiny shack in the hills near Dillard.

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Report: Housing Costs Can Shut Door to College for Older StudentsFor older students, housing costs can send the price of college through the roof.

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Duck Insider 8-19-20Jerry Allen and Terry Jonz join Joey Mac discussing the postponement of Pac-12 competition, WNBA #ProDucks and more.

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Researchers solve mystery of "Beeswax Shipwreck"Over the years, historians and archaeologists have closed in on the answers to these questions.

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Duck insider 8-18-20A Pro Duck is on the forefront of a new softball league, the Matthew Knight Arena practice courts got a makeover and we debut our new series "Great Moments with Great Ducks." #GoDucks.

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"Voice of Looney Toons" was the terror of his Portland high schoolHis teachers may not have appreciated Mel Blanc's humor and talents, but Portland radio listeners sure did - and later, so did generations of Bugs Bunny fans.

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Duck Insider 8-17-20Oregon Soccer head coach Graeme Abel discusses what his team will be up to after the postponement of the season, Joey Mac breaks down the latest in #ProDucks news and more.

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Gold Rush stagecoach driver One-Eyed Charley had a secretOnly after the body was handed over to the undertaker did the truth come out: The roughest, toughest, most skillful "whip" on the West Coast was not what he appeared to be.

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Duck Insider 8-14-20Oregon Volleyball head coach Matt Ulmer discusses the postponement of Pac-12 competition until the end of the year.

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Planning your trip down the iconic John Day RiverOn this episode we'll take you to the second-longest undammed river in the United States which snakes through deep, isolated canyons in Eastern Oregon for a trip that features beautiful camping, great fishing and mellow rapids.

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Wolf Creek Inn was writing retreat for Jack LondonIt was also a fishing retreat for Clark Gable and other Golden Age Hollywood notables - and, earlier, a place for cowboys to crash.

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Portland Considers Strongest Facial-Recognition Ban in U.S.Portland is poised to pass the strongest ban on facial-recognition technology in the country next month.

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Duck Insider 8-13-20Oregon Football head coach Mario Cristobal and Athletic Director Rob Mullens discuss the postponement of Pac-12 sports through the end of 2020.

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Tangent City Hall office cat was the city's landlordWillamette Valley town's mascot was the state's wealthiest housecat; he owned City Hall along with the farm it was built on, as well as an iconic red barn.

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Duck Insider 8-12-20Unpacking the postponement of Pac-12 competition through the end of 2020 with comments from Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott, Athletic Director Rob Mullens and more.

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Union squabbles were part of life on Portland waterfrontEvery few years, in the early 1900s, burly and hard-fisted dock workers got into a battle of wills with the autocratic sea-captains who ran the shipping companies.

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Duck Insider 8-11-20Joey Mac breaks down the Pac-12 and Big Ten's decision to postpone fall sports.

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Oregon called BS on Cali papers' 1890s UFO storiesIt all started, as so many "out-of-this-world" things seem to do, in California. On the night of Nov.

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State, Federal Help Falters for Hungry OR FamiliesAs Oregon families struggle during the pandemic, anti-hunger advocates fear state lawmakers and the federal government aren't doing enough to help.

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Duck Insider 8-10-20The Voice of the Ducks Jerry Allen checks in with Joey Mac discussing all-things Ducks.

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Oregon has been someone's home since at least 12,400 B.C.Fourteen thousand years ago, in a cold dry cave deep in the "Oregon Outback," someone answered a "call of Nature" - leaving behind a hefty load that, today, is the oldest evidence of human habitation on the West Coast.

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Duck Insider 8-7-20Athletic Director Rob Mullens discusses the challenges presented by COVID-19, how the Ducks have adapted in this new environment and what fans should know heading into the upcoming season.

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The great Christmas Valley land-sales hustleIt was a moment that would change the town of Christmas Valley forever - change it even more than Pittman had when he'd joined forces with legendary Fort Rock resident Reub Long to successfully lobby for the area to get electric service back in 1955.

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Duck Insider 8-6-20Joey Mac and GoDucks.com Editor-in-Chief Rob Moseley talk football, Pro Ducks and beyond. #GoDucks.

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Darrell Grant: A new music video for our moment in time CC#256After a visit to Falcon Recording Studio last time, we're back at the Café at Artichoke Music for episode two-hundred and fifty-six in the endless podcast series Coffeeshop Conversations.

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Fierce debate over McMinnville UFO sighting continues todayEvelyn and Paul Trent lived on a farm between Sheridan and McMinnville in the years just after the Second World War.

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Duck Insider 8-5-20Joey Mac breaks down the latest from the NCAA on fall championships and the new-look college football schedule.

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Flying saucer stories got their start in PendletonBut, although Oregon is neither the Mecca nor the Medina of UFOlogy, the state's role in the history of UFO sightings is more significant than most people think.

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Duck Insider 8-4-20Oregon Women's Basketball head coach Kelly Graves gives updates on his program and discusses the #ProDucks in the WNBA.

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Portland was the scene of Sammy Davis Jr.'s big breakStar performer of the Will Mastin Trio was a regular sight in Portland nightclubs during the late 1940s and early '50s; a telegram from old friend Frank Sinatra took him away to the big time.

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Duck Insider 8-3-20Duck Insider returns breaking down all the latest news around Oregon athletics. #GoDucks.

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Missing gold suggests something sinister in shipwreck mysteryThere were, so far as we know, no survivors. But when the upside-down hulk drifted ashore, it was 200 miles off course - and there was no sign of the 40-pound keg of gold it had been carrying.

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OR Providence Hospital Workers Call for Livable WagesHealth care workers at an Oregon hospital say they are rallying for livable wages.

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Bootlegger's liquor buy ended in bloody, dramatic murderRussell Hecker borrowed a friend's car to make a quick liquor run. He brought it back 12 hours late and covered with blood - and there was no sign of the man he'd gone on the run with the previous night.

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OR Offers Grants for Small Businesses Affected by COVID-19Oregon is helping small businesses hurt by COVID-19 and left behind by federal relief.

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Massive passenger liner won race against fiery deathCalm seas, a hard-working crew and a cool-headed skipper helped the steamship Congress and everyone on board survive a terrifying night after a fire broke out in the cargo hold and spread throughout the ship.

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Dennis Carter: 35 years of recording music at Falcon CC#255Dennis Carter has been operating the Falcon Recording Studio on SE 15th Avenue for thirty-five years.

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Governor Martin's goons were dirty but incompetent fightersOne-term governor had a team of secret agents working for him, trying to subvert labor unions and ferret out communists; but most of their efforts seemed to end up scoring points for the "other team."

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Governor Charles Martin tried to run Oregon like an Army baseThe retired major general campaigned as a New Deal Democrat, but dropped the mask almost immediately; seeing every hint of opposition as an existential threat to democracy, he reacted to criticism like a junta dictator.

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Pandemic Leads to Increased House Arrests, Electronic MonitoringAnkle shackles are outfitted for electronic monitoring, which concerns advocates for people who are detained....

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Oregon's own would-be fascist dictator: Gov. Charles H. MartinDuring the First World War, Martin was the central figure in one of the most shameful acts in U.S. history: the deliberate, systematic breaking of the spirits of black combat veterans to put them back "in their place."

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Paramedics Meet Folks Where They're Comfortable to Prevent Hospital StaysFirst responders are reaching beyond emergencies to support people in southern Oregon.

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Bill Plympton's message at John Callahan's memorial Final FinalRecorded message by the on August 10, 2010 at cartoonist John Callahan's memorial at the Mission Theater in Portland.

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VanSant's message to the audience at John Callahan's MemorialAugust 10, 2010 at the Mission Theater in Portland Oregon. It was pre-recorded for the occasion.

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Early anti-prostitution crusade was an embarrassing fizzleWell-meaning church congregations banded together to offer "wayward girls and fallen women" a place to get away from their profession - but it turned out most of them didn't particularly want to leave it; not yet, at least.

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First-of-Its-Kind Retirement Program in Oregon Turns 3A novel program to help Oregonians save for retirement is celebrating three years of operation.

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Jim Brunberg on getting money to save Oregon's music venuesPodcast by Oregon Music News.

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Tony Ozier: It helps to be multi-talented during a pandemic. CC#255I'm talking about Tony Ozier...that tall, lean gentleman who has been an important part of music in Oregon for over a decade.

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Bridge-building scandal aroused fury of 1920s PortlandCrafty county commissioners tried to rig the bidding so their favorite bid, padded to the tune of half a million 1924 dollars, would win - but they didn't move quite fast enough.

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Abigail S. Duniway thought her novels were her legacyBut Duniway, during her life, did not expect any of those things to be what she was most remembered for.

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Black sheep of the Union Army was Oregon's last Civil War vetLebanon man lived a quiet, respectable life after the Civil War, but back in his youth he was a member of Olney's Detachment of the Oregon Cavalry - a Union Army outfit nicknamed "Olney's Forty Thieves."

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Collection of "history hoarder" is a priceless treasure todayPrinter George Himes saw the historical value of the everyday things around him, and although that made for some very unsuccessful publishing ventures, his collection is the heart of the Oregon Historical Society's archives today.

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The "nest of anarchists" at the White Eagle SaloonThere was a bordello upstairs, one claims. An opium den in the basement, whispers another.

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Rabies epidemic was like a war in Eastern OregonState health officials scoffed at the idea of hydrophobia in Oregon - until people started dying.

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U. of O.'s founding father was once its No.1 opponentDeady Hall was a tougher sell. To date, it has not been stripped of its name.

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The real Lady A: A singer, not a group. CC#254We are back to the Skype machine this week but we'll be back at Artichoke Music next week with a conversation with Tony Ozier.

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Oregon's distinctive bridge style is Conde McCullough's legacyLegendary engineer's genius was in making gorgeous architecture cost-effective; his spectacular bridges on the Oregon Coast highway are nearly tourist attractions in their own right.

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OR Anti-Smoking Advocates Tout Cigarette-Tax Ballot MeasureOregon would have the highest tax on a pack of cigarettes on the West Coast if a.

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Cockiness, incompetence and a labor strike led to shipwreckPassengers on the speeding liner said an incompetent crew and disappearing ship's officers contributed to a shocking death toll after the liner Alaska crashed onto the rocks in the fog; the captain blamed an "uncharted current."

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Quest for cabin gold vault led to madness and deathIt wasn't a client, though. It was one of the other residents in the boardinghouse he was staying in, a greenhorn from Chicago named Ted Harper.

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OR Law Allows Patient Advocates for People with Disabilities in HospitalsOregon Gov. Kate Brown signed.

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Farnell Newton, a new label of his own and keeping very busy in the time of covidOne of the busiest, most productive and most versatile musicians around here is Farnell Newton.

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Report: Education After High School Key to "A Stronger Nation"New research finds more Americans have credentials beyond high school, but the country could pick up the pace on its education goals.

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In 1960 primary, Oregon was JFK's make-or-break stateLosing in Oregon would have meant JFK's Catholicism was a deal-killer. Winning in Oregon would have meant the opposite.

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Steamboat monopoly's clever coup was a big mistakeBuying the connecting boat put a competitor out of business... but left him free to use his boat to eat their lunch on an even more lucrative steamboat route.

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

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The all-night municipal gunfight in the frontier town of IoneHoled up on a nearby hillside clutching a stolen shotgun, local drunken rowdy Charlie Earhart held the whole town at bay until dawn, when he finally gave himself up; surprisingly, no one was killed.

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Outlaw Berry Way got a fake trial, a real executionInitially, their plan was simply to get hold of Berry Way and fructify the nearest juniper tree with him in classic vigilante style - no muss, no fuss.

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COVID-19 Response Team Brings Aid to Black OregoniansAs the COVID-19 pandemic grinds on, some organizations are leading efforts to provide relief to Black Oregon families.

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"Camp Castaway" was an inconvenient miracleFeeling lucky to be alive, the soldiers and sailors of the shipwrecked schooner Captain Lincoln got busy salvaging everything off their stranded ship.

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House Democrats Release 'Bold' Plan to Tackle Carbon Emissions by 2050House Democrats in Congress have released a comprehensive plan for getting the United States to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

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Karl Denson interview from 2013Podcast by Oregon Music News.

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A deadly maritime concert of timidity and incompetenceThe wreck of the steamship Czarina: A cascade of bad decisions by nearly everyone involved resulted in the worst possible outcome: 23 mariners slowly dying in the surf as friends and family members watched from the beach.

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Restoration Projects Could Be Key to COVID-19 Recovery for OR CoastJean Flemma, director of the Ocean Defense Initiative, said COVID-19 has hit the economies of coastal communities hard, with many fishing-related businesses losing their markets.

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They laughed at Captain Scott's ugly little riverboat… until he ate their lunch with it.He came to the steamboat companies asking for a job, and they laughed him off.

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Monmouth's 150-year tradition of Prohibition in OregonBy the 1990s, support for keeping Monmouth's ban on booze wasn't about morality; it was about the cachet that came with being the only "dry" town west of the Mississippi.

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Captain's quick decision saved hundreds from a fiery deathLegendary riverman Uriah Scott had to choose between trying to save his steamboat and trying to save his passengers.

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Potential OR Initiative Could Cut Down on GerrymanderingOregon stands out on the West Coast for the way its voting districts are drawn.

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Skip vonKuske: The cellist at work during a pandemicToday Portland Cello Project's Skip vonKuske is in the Artichoke Music Café with me. That's not the only ensemble he's involved with.

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Oregon's first public execution still cloaked in dark mysteryDanford Balch got drunk and shotgunned his new son-in-law on the deck of the Stark Street Ferry.

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Report: Number of Family Caregivers Increases, Spans Every GenerationA new report finds five generations of Americans are family caregivers in 2020.

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Ten hikes to explore Oregon's old-growth forests and treesIn this episode we're joined by Chandra LeGue, author of Oregon's Ancient Forests, to talk about the best tree-focused hikes in Oregon.

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"Traitorous" librarian's crime: Not buying bonds"shrieked the Salem Statesman. "Declaring that she would rather be ravished by a Hun than support the United States in this war, M.

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For one Oregon slave, the Civil War didn't end bondageAme died in 1874, more than 10 years after President Abraham Lincoln set her free.

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COVID-19 Accelerates OR Project to Integrate Oral, Primary CareCoronavirus is speeding up a project already underway to integrate dental care into primary care in an Oregon clinic.

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Deadwood Dick's Oregon adventures: Dime-novel funOne of the most famous dime-novel heroes was Deadwood Dick, a roving gambler, gunfighter, and white-hat con artist, very much in the style of television's "Maverick." Deadwood Dick was the creation of Edward Lytton Wheeler, a New York native who cooked up the character for his Philadelphia Vaudeville theater and then used him in a series of 35...

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Charity Lamb was Oregon's most misunderstood ax-murderessAbusive husband Nathaniel Lamb probably didn't really plan to kill his wife, but when he aimed his rifle at her that morning, he clearly wanted her to think he did.

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Tony Coleman on BLM, the times and BB KingToday we've got the two sides of drummer / composer Tony Coleman...or TC as he is known.

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Mill owner's fight with city sparked anti-Japanese riotIt's an event remembered with some shame in Oregon: A group of innocent, terrified men and women found themselves at the mercy of an angry mob, pawns in a power struggle between a mill owner and a group of townspeople.

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A frontier Romeo and Juliet storyIn court, Pleasant Armstrong told his story between heavy sobs. There was barely a dry eye in the court after he was done.

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Rascally sea-captain was like a 19th-century Han SoloA true old Oregon character, Captain Jemmy Jones seemed to bear a charmed life. He survived five shipwrecks and was jailed several times.

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Aurora Colony showcased the best of Utopian movementIn contrast to the bloodshed and madness that accompanied other attempts to form a more perfect society, the Aurora Colony lived graciously and ended gracefully.

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Wildlife Advocates Push for Highway Crossing FundingHighway crossings play an integral role in keeping drivers and wildlife safe.

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In Great War, Allies flew planes made of Oregon spruceFamous First World War aircraft were made of spruce, and one of the most important sources of the strategic wood was the northern Oregon coast.

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Andrea Algieri: Mbrascatu from Calabria to Portland CC#250It's our second week back in the Artichoke Music Café. Today we've got Andrea Algieri from the band Mbrascatu.

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Radical Wobblies found support among Oregon loggersIndustrial Workers of the World union grew strong in the woods just before the First World War broke out - and the U.S. Army had to teach soldiers to cut timber to get the industry moving again.

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Momentum for "Micro-Credentials" Builds as Workers Seek New SkillsBroadcast version by Eric Tegethoff for Public News Service Reporting for The Hechinger Report-Oregon News, Nev.

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Keeping Tillamook Rock Light running was hard, and expensiveTillamook Rock gets the worst weather in the state - weather that drives waves that sometimes break over the top of the lighthouse.

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Excluded from Federal Aid, OR Fund Supports Undocumented WorkersLeft out of the last stimulus bill from Congress, Oregonians without legal status are getting aid within the state.

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Builders were hard to find for Tillamook Rock Lighthouse jobLocals familiar with Tillamook Rock would have nothing to do with the project, so the government had to hire suckers from distant cities to fill crews; rumor has it some were even supplied by shanghaiers.

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Tillamook Lighthouse "ghost" greeted new keeper on first nightSomewhere in the inky blackness of his little room, a mile away from shore, James Gibbs awoke to hear stealthy footsteps, getting closer and closer.

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Oregon Civil Rights Advocate: U.S. Democracy in 'Precarious Moment'A civil rights advocate in Oregon warns the country is on a dangerous path toward authoritarianism and away from inclusive democracy.

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Colonel Hogg's war record was just high-seas highway robberyThe rumor mill wasn't nearly as reticent as Hogg was, of course. Hogg's status as an ex-Rebel, and the fact that his railroad enterprise put him at odds with some of the powerful Portland businessmen who were writing Oregon's official history, resulted in some very sketchy rumors finding their way into the historical record - such as the one...

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OSN Classics: 1/3/13Arguably the best team Oregon has ever fielded on the gridiron sprinted past Kansas State and dominated the 2013 Fiesta Bowl.

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Gun-toting "Oregon Wildcat" was America's first "shock jock"Robert Gordon Duncan was the first radio broadcaster ever to be sent to prison for cursing on the air.

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OSN Classics: 3/31/19Oregon Women's Basketball punched its first-ever ticket to the Final Four by defeating Mississippi State in the Elite Eight in Portland.

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Artichoke Music CEO Bob Howard on reopening CC#249The last time we sat in the Café at Artichoke Music and recorded an episode of Coffeeshop Conversations was March 11th, nearly three months ago although it feels like another century ago.

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Schooner sailed 120 miles in a gale, full of waterThe Frank W. Howe, 159 feet long and displacing 573 tons, was one of the last unpowered lumber schooners, a fact that may also have saved the lives of most of its crew.

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Astoria man set out to do something nice for his wife, ended up inventing cable TVThe nearest TV station was in Seattle. But Ed Parsons figured out he could catch a very weak signal on top of a building in town.

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Drawing Line Between Mass Incarceration, Unrest Across NationPolicing has been the focal point of protests since George Floyd's death last week.

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Corvallis veterans were heroes of two different Civil WarsThe farmer was a former Union general; the pastor, an ex-Rebel soldier who once faced his forces on a battlefield.

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"Unwritten Law" didn't cover murder of in-lawsIt would have been a long shot anyway. The "Unwritten Law" was a social convention that "allowed" a man to murder another man if he sincerely believed the victim had been intimate with his wife, or had adulterously "ruined" a close female relative.

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OSN Classics: 10/29/15Big Play V-A: Vernon Adams and the Ducks won a wild one over ASU 61-55.

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New Uses for Food Waste Include Possible Benefits for EnvironmentEdible food is wasted on a massive scale in the United States, but there are signs that it could be coming back to Americans' plates.

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Private Student Loan Borrowers Face Hidden Costs, Uphill Battle for ReliefCongress has granted federal student loan borrowers a reprieve during the pandemic, but the market has been less forgiving for people with private loans.

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Tony Starlight: The entertainer no quarantine could hold CC#248Unless there's a change of some kind...always a possibility...this will be the last in the series of Skype-recorded Coffeeshop Conversations @ Artichoke Music.

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The mysterious skeletons of Crater Lake National ParkThe old Navy fighter had hit hard, and everyone assumed the pilot was long dead.

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OSN Classics: 3/16/19Payton Pritchard led the Ducks to the NCAA Tournament by winning four Pac-12 tournament games in four days, and the exclamation point was a dominant win in the title game over the Huskies.

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Dry Year, Court Decision Disappoint OR Salmon AdvocatesThe Yurok Tribe and commercial fishing groups tried to convince a federal court that an emergency motion to increase flow in the river was necessary for the fish species....

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Murderers picked wrong landlady to steal fromMostly, Mrs. Whitlock was just frustrated. She had rented a room in her boardinghouse to a trio of rough characters, who had gone through her stuff and stolen $60 worth of goods.

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Getting shipwrecked was luckiest break of his lifeThe sailors, clinging as best they could to the shattered lifeboat - which still floated, thanks to its air compartments - worked their way around the ship and let the breakers carry them toward the beach.

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Gig Workers Unite While Facing Risk from CoronavirusDuring the COVID-19 pandemic, workers for online platforms who shop for groceries and deliver food have become essential for many people stuck at home.

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Murderer surprised when Unwritten Law doesn't "work"Thomas Dickerson, after gunning down the chief witness in his wife's upcoming suit for divorce, clearly expected the jury to buy his claim that the man was a "home-wrecker" and deserved what he got.

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When the "Dark Strangler" stalked the streets of PortlandOne of America's first known serial killers, Earle Leonard Nelson preyed on landladies, killing them while they were showing him real estate.

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OSN Classics: 12/30/13In longtime defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti's final game, the Ducks dominated Texas in the Alamo Bowl.

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Lloyd Jones: Sitting on a new album til the coast is clearBack for another Coffeeshop Conversation @ Artichoke Music. It's looking like we'll be back in the Café for real in a couple of weeks.

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