Monthly Archives: December 2017

How America Dined in 2017

As the unhinged, oft-lamented year 2017 careens toward its merciful end, Eater takes a look back at what actually happened in North America’s dining capitals. Despite what commenters on Facebook would prefer, politics definitely didn’t stay out of food this … Continue reading

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You must be 21 to buy tobacco in Oregon in 2018

New laws taking effect in 2018. …read more at http://www.firstcoastnews.com/news/politics/you-must-be-21-to-buy-tobacco-in-2018/503138255

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Emboldened white nationalists? Look no further than this liberal Oregon college town

Above: Antifa activists claim that Jimmy Marr, pictured here, and Jacob Laskey, who lives in Creswell, south of Eugene, have hundreds of followers and supporters nationwide. The men, they said, serve as “public icons” of the white nationalist movement and … Continue reading

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Going, going, Oregon: A journey to Portland and its beautiful surrounding area

If you’ve never heard a symphony of hundreds of sea lions, you have to visit Astoria, Ore., where the mighty Columbia River roars into the Pacific. Packed on low wharves and jockeying for space, the lions could be heard from … Continue reading

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After chilly forecast, Trump tweets US ‘could use a little bit of that good old Global Warming’

In the years before moving to the White House, Donald Trump used Twitter to call climate change “nonsense” peddled by “con artists” and “created by and for the Chinese.” Whenever temperatures reached teeth-chattering lows during New York winters, he would … Continue reading

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All the entertainment events, eight days of the week – The Register

Friday Dec. 29 YULE LOG Brownsville Art Association Holiday Show and Sale — Art and crafts, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Brownsville Art Center, 255 Main St., Brownsville. Free. (541-466-5782) Holiday Lights — Lighted formal gardens, hot drinks, cookies, choirs, … Continue reading

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Dog plucked from Oregon coast cliff with drone, social media help …

Felix stranded on a cliff on the Oregon coast (photo: Matthew Verley) (Photo: Cowley, Jared) CANNON BEACH, Ore. — Thanks to social media, a drone, and lots of caring people, a dog stranded overnight on a cliff on the Oregon coast is … Continue reading

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California Marijuana Legalization Is Finally Here: Rules and Everything Else You Need to Know for Monday Sales

California is about to get high, like, really high. More than a year after Californians passed the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, or Proposition 64, on November 8, 2016, legal cannabis will finally become a reality starting on Monday. The law allows … Continue reading

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Your Regional Guide to Growing Healthy Cannabis Plants Outdoors

When growing cannabis outdoors, location is everything. Just as large cash crops demand specific climates for optimal growth, so does cannabis. Climate, soil, water, and genetics all dictate whether a cannabis strain can be produced in your region. Fortunately, cannabis … Continue reading

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Chamber Chatter: Celebrating our Chamber Award nominees – Tillamook Headlight

As we continue to celebrate the businesses, projects and people who will be honored at our annual Awards Banquet in January, I wanted to take this week and next to share more about each nominee and why they are a … Continue reading

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