Monthly Archives: September 2017

Nevada recreational marijuana sales double what Oregon sold in first month

x Embed x Share CLOSE For the people of Elko, Nev., vice has always been a fact of life. Now, one long-time illegal vice is suddenly out in the open. Jenny Kane, Andy Barron/RGJ Buy Photo Oregon Cannabis Growers’ Consumers’ … Continue reading

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Tsunami drives species ‘army’ across Pacific to US coast

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Rising from the debris

An artist’s rendering of the post-construction Tillamook downtown I grew up in a tiny town about five miles from a small city at the heart of which bustled a thriving downtown. My mom worked downtown and about once a month … Continue reading

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Don’t be afraid of the dark

Rene Denfeld is the first speaker in the month long series Everything gets more cozy as the days get shorter and the winter rains arrive. A great place to hide inside every Thursday during the month of October is provided … Continue reading

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Wine Enthusiast Podcast: Exploring the Connections Between Cannabis and Wine

The experts at Leafly.com discuss the cultural impact of legal cannabis with Senior Digital Editor Jameson Fink. What are the similarities between how wine and cannabis are produced and enjoyed? And where does recreational use of cannabis fit in with … Continue reading

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Ask Oregon: Viewing Coastal Rock Formations

Question:We are driving down the coast on 101 and want to see the magnificent, giant rocks off the coast. What towns are they near and how do we get to them from 101? Answer:You will find sea stacks, intertidal rock … Continue reading

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Leadville man dies in fall at Oregon Coast

BROOKINGS, Ore. — Oregon State Police say a Colorado man visiting the coast died after falling onto the rocky shoreline. Sgt. Jeff Proulx says 27-year-old Jeremy Tilton was climbing a large rock at Mill Beach in southwestern Oregon when he … Continue reading

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Life on the edge Speaker series kicks off with coastal concervancy presentation

View of the Coastal Edge from Angora Peak, photo courtesy of North Coast Land Conservancy Have you ever been driving along the North coast and thought, “Hmmm, I wonder how it got like that?” You can get some answers at … Continue reading

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S-cape to the coast

Photo by Vicki Matthis Look- up in the sky! It’s a bird, it’s a plane; it’s a superhero themed kite festival! As if having some of the most super-sized kites in the world take to the skies over the D … Continue reading

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Surf’s Up

In the competitive world of surfing, there’s a unique language. First, there’s the weather, which doesn’t necessarily mean rain or sunshine, but wind conditions, specifically the knots and direction. Then, swells, including height and direction, a big factor whether you’re … Continue reading

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