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Oregon Legislators Look For Ways To Help Federal Workers

Oregon legislative leaders want to help federal workers in the state who continue to work without pay. Senate President Peter Courtney, D-Salem, said Friday that it’s unfair that only federal workers who are furloughed without pay are able to apply for … Continue reading

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Severe weather hits coast | Local News

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From the desert to the coast: Bay Area Hospital’s new CEO is here

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Circles in the Sand releases sand labyrinth schedule for 2019

One of the most spectacular public art events in Oregon is back for another year, bringing dozens of beautiful sand labyrinths to the southern coast.   Circles in the Sand, a project helmed by artist and religious practitioner Denny Dyke, … Continue reading

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Annual Agate Festival in Yachats this weekend

Jan. 19, 2019 — The picturesque coastal town of Yachats, Oregon is gearing up for its “Eighth Ever” Agate Festival, to be held Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 19 and 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the weekend of the … Continue reading

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Opinion column: About that Idafornia shirt… – Idaho Press

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African American chefs break the glass ceiling in the culinary world

EXECUTIVE CHEF Edouardo Jordan/Courtesy The Strand House (NNPA)—The culinary business world is as cut throat as any other. It’s also known as an industry that hasn’t always allowed for much diversity in management and ownership at its higher echelon. However, … Continue reading

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When Portland had the largest Japantown in Oregon

JAPANESE-AMERICAN CHILDREN who grew up in Northwest Portland’s Japantown in the 1930s remember it as a safe, happy place where they ran freely along the sidewalks and riverfront, played at the Skidmore Fountain and skated over the Burnside Bridge. “We used … Continue reading

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SHUTDOWN: Mo’s feeds Coast Guard, TSA members | News

Mo’s Restaurants reached out to the men and women in both the United States Coast Guard as well as members of the TSA security force at Portland International Airport to assist families affected by the government shutdown. Mo’s gave each … Continue reading

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Gordon’s Update Jan. 18 | News – Tillamook Headlight

And the active pattern is about as stubborn as the nice weather was before, just refusing to leave.  Today we have a warm front expected to move northward that will bring in more rain this afternoon.  Until then we will … Continue reading

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