Monthly Archives: May 2019

Keeping tabs on forest spray

DEPOE BAY — Jason Gonzales lives in the woods of the Oregon Coast Range, is friends with loggers and lumber mill owners, and wants to know when chemicals are being sprayed near his family or on forests where they camp … Continue reading

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College student dies after trying to snap picture from a scenic lookout on the Oregon coast

A student at Oregon State University died on Sunday after falling 100 feet from a scenic lookout on the Oregon coast, authorities said. …read more at https://news.yahoo.com/college-student-dies-trying-snap-174638876.html

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Washington joins Oregon, California in West Coast bloc of sanctuary states

SEATTLE — Washington has become the latest West Coast state to enact broad sanctuary protections that restrict all local authorities from asking about people’s immigration status. Gov. Jay Inslee signed the measure Tuesday implementing the new rules, which rank among … Continue reading

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Lincoln City beach health advisory issued, days before Memorial Day weekend

Visitors headed to Lincoln City this Memorial Day weekend might need to stay out of the water. The Oregon Health Authority issued a public health advisory on Wednesday for D River Beach, a popular beach in the heart of Lincoln … Continue reading

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Oregon State University Student, 21, Falls to Her Death After Crossing Retaining Wall to Take Photo

A sophomore at Oregon State University died over the weekend, after climbing a retaining wall along the Oregon Coast to take a picture and falling nearly 100 feet. Michelle Casey, 21, was with her boyfriend at the Neahkahnie Mountain scenic … Continue reading

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The 2019 World Beat Festival In Salem Is Going To Be Amazing!

This culturally rich festival is all about diversity and learning about others.  For 22 years the World Beat Festival has been putting Salem and Oregon center stage as a culturally diverse and welcoming place.  With family friendly activities, great food … Continue reading

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Eight Portlanders Shaping the Future of Cannabis in Oregon—and Possibly the World

About Matthew Singer A native Southern Californian, Arts Culture Editor Matthew Singer gentrified Portland in 2008. He is an advocate for the canonization of the Fishbone and Oingo Boingo discographies, believes pro-wrestling is a serious art form and has no … Continue reading

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Wine and Dine

When a hotel offers a reporter the chance to experience a room overlooking the Oregon Coast, it’s less an assignment than a vacation.  And that’s how I treated my invitation to stay at the Overleaf Lodge and Spa in Yachats. … Continue reading

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Results from the Lincoln County Special Election | News

At the conclusion of Lincoln County’s May Special Election Tuesday night, the North Lincoln Fire and Rescue’s Board of Directors race ended in favor of all three incumbents. In one of the few contested positions on the ballot, the North … Continue reading

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Two trapped by high tide rescued at Ecola State Park

Two trapped by high tide rescued at Ecola State Park Copyright 2019 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Two tourists were rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard on Sunday afternoon … Continue reading

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