Monthly Archives: June 2019

Summer art camps return in Newport

The Oregon Coast Council for the Arts will be presenting three visual art camps during July at the Newport Visual Arts Center. Each camp provides an engaging opportunity for young artists to have fun while exploring hands-on art making through … Continue reading

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Police: Body found in Phoenix, Oregon home confirmed to be Mouseketeer

CLOSE A body has been found at the home of original Disney Mouseketeer Dennis Day, who has been missing since July 2018, according to USA Today. Susana Victoria Perez has more. Buzz60 MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) — Police have confirmed that … Continue reading

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Patriotism, parades and gunpowder

LINCOLN COUNTY — Independence Day is a time of celebration for the freedom our country gained 243 years ago, but the way people celebrate that freedom is up to them — keeping in theme with the holiday. So, from Lincoln City … Continue reading

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Two Women Charged With Theft From Mouseketeer Dennis Day

SECOND UPDATE:  Two Oregon women allegedly stole a car and jewelry that belonged to Mouseketeer Dennis Day, whose body was discovered in his home in April. Wanda Garcia and Lori Declusin face felony charges for stealing Day’s white 1990s Ford … Continue reading

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Oregon lawmakers approve pet projects, needed allocations on session’s final day

Two million dollars for the Clatsop County jail. $30,000 for Klamath County stream gauges. $200 million for state employee salary and benefit increases. $14 million for the Wallowa Lake dam. On Sunday, lawmakers approved a spending bill, nicknamed the Christmas … Continue reading

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Oregon, awash in marijuana, takes steps to curb production

SALEM, Ore. — Oregon is awash in pot, glutted with so much legal weed that if growing were to stop today, it could take more than six years by one estimate to smoke or eat it all. Now, the state … Continue reading

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Hemp, Inc. Announces Search for Agricultural Industry Suppliers to be Featured at the Hempathon in Arizona

To see 1-minute videos of Hemp, Inc.’s current activities in which the most recent ones show the process being made at the Veteran Village Kins Community, go to Bruce Perlowin’s personal Facebook page where he posts daily on all of Hemp, Inc.’s … Continue reading

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Multnomah Falls trails reopen for hikers

Multnomah Falls in Fog-Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area (Photo by U.S. Forest Service / Flickr) I think it goes without saying it has been an emotional rollercoaster for many of us ever since the Eagle Creek Fire which ravaged … Continue reading

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Oregon votes to ban plastic straws when eating out

Closeup. Drink is Diet Pepsi. At Athineon, Berkeley. SALEM, OR — You may have recently heard about the statewide ban on plastic shopping bags. Well they aren’t stopping there, as recently the house voted 48-12 late Wednesday night to completely ban … Continue reading

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Michael Norman ready to take aim at 400-meter record at Prefontaine Classic

STANFORD — A direct line can be traced from the golden age of quarter-miling in the late 1960s and early 1970s to Michael Norman, the Southern California-raised wunderkind, who at 21 could be ready to launch his own record-shattering era, … Continue reading

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