Monthly Archives: October 2018

Nurturing some natural talents

Works created by students and faculty at Oregon State University in response to the natural world will be on display at the Newport Visual Arts Center throughout November. The “Coast|Lines” exhibit opens this Friday, Nov. 2, with a public reception … Continue reading

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High tech? It’s state of the arts.

Bob Hicks Laura Grimes Lori Tobias Senior editors and directors from Oregon ArtsWatch will be in Newport this Friday, Nov. 2, for a panel discussion about the organization’s mission and the state of the arts in Oregon. Oregon ArtsWatch was … Continue reading

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Businesses have a ball, in Newport

The Oregon Coast has developed a worldwide reputation as a place where beach walkers can stumble upon a handcrafted glass treasure to take home and keep. Meanwhile, Newport is offering the chance to pick up a commemorative glass float without … Continue reading

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Gehlen Palmer retiring from Middletown Library

In 1994 Gehlen Palmer walked into Middletown’s Chauncey Gibson Library to get a library card, and instead walked into the job that he has held ever since. The Lake County Library was advertising for a branch manager for Middletown Library … Continue reading

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Recent earthquakes remind the North Coast to be prepared

U.S. Geological Survey A map shows the location of a 6.2 earthquake off the Oregon Coast in August. U.S. Geological Survey The star in the lower left corner of the map shows the location of a 4.5 earthquake on Wednesday … Continue reading

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Harvest Season: Life on a Cannabis Farm in Southern Oregon

A normal day for Kris starts by checking and assessing the general health of each plant, including scouting for any pests or other unsavory nuisances that might pray on the leaves. Apart from this care, Kris’s time is spent maintaining … Continue reading

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The Rainiest Vacation Ever

My wife and I have gone to Seaside for our last two anniversaries.It’s a fun Oregon coastal town. There’s a big arcade, fun shops, and a beautiful beach. They even have the biggest privately owned aquarium on the west coast. … Continue reading

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The Rainiest Vacation Ever

My wife and I have gone to Seaside for our last two anniversaries.It’s a fun Oregon coastal town. There’s a big arcade, fun shops, and a beautiful beach. They even have the biggest privately owned aquarium on the west coast. … Continue reading

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Food-drink

The Daily Emerald is the news division of Emerald Media Group, University of Oregon’s independent student media organization. EDITOR in CHIEF Zach Price(541) 346-5511 Ext. 325 [email protected] …read more at https://www.dailyemerald.com/arts-culture/food-drink/

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Survival of the Fittest: Oregon’s Cannabis Market | INNspired

Vertically integrated companies focused on cannabis extracts are well positioned to survive oversaturation in Oregon’s cannabis market and lead the charge in eradicating black market sales. Oregon’s cannabis market is on the way to being a $1 billion market, both … Continue reading

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