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Watch: Octopus released from Oregon Coast Aquarium

NEWPORT, Ore. (KOIN) — The Oregon Coast Aquarium released a giant Pacific octopus that got caught in a crab trap back in March. A crab fisherman brought the 22-pound octopus to the aquarium. At the time, the octopus was underweight … Continue reading

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Whoops! State Economist Corrects Error, Says Californians Are No Longer Moving to the Oregon Coast at Higher Rates than Most Other New Arrivals

About Elise Herron Elise Herron grew up in Sisters, Oregon and joined Willamette Week as web editor in 2018. …read more at https://www.wweek.com/news/2019/07/20/whoops-state-economist-corrects-error-says-californians-are-no-longer-moving-to-the-oregon-coast-at-higher-rates-than-most-other-new-arrivals/

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Curaleaf CEO expects more U.S acquisitions, shares surge on US$875M deal

U.S. multi-state cannabis operator Curaleaf Holdings Inc. (CURA.CN)(CURLF) has announced an agreement to acquire private producer GR Companies Inc. in a US$875 million cash and stock deal. Massachusetts-based Curaleaf is currently the largest multi-state cannabis operator in the United States, with a … Continue reading

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Come to Pendleton and get high — marijuana tourism lifts off

PENDLETON — The parking lot at Kind Leaf in Pendleton started to fill Sunday morning after the big music festival. Most of the vehicles displayed Idaho license plates — travelers stopping at one of Pendleton’s three marijuana stores before leaving … Continue reading

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5 Things To Do Between the Holidays Along the Oregon Coast

The forecast may be cloudy, but this is the time of year to relish the extremes, enjoy the uncrowded attractions and reward yourself with the sights and sounds of Oregon’s coastline. Whether you have out of-town-visitors, kids home from school … Continue reading

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Peter Courtney is Oregon’s longest serving lawmaker. Some say his time is up. Are Democrats really ready to push him out?

Oregon’s 76-year-old Senate president, Peter Courtney, was criticized by environmentalists and some fellow Democrats after he failed to marshal enough support for a climate change bill and appeared not to grasp the seriousness of sexual harassment at the Capitol. In … Continue reading

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Suspect in shooting of Turkish diplomat arrested

IRBIL, Iraq (AP) — Kurdish security officials say they have arrested the lead suspect in the shooting of a Turkish diplomat in Iraq’s semi-autonomous region. The Kurdistan Region Security Council published a picture of the suspect Saturday, saying he was … Continue reading

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Yuji Haraguchi: Changing the gourmet rules

It’s surprising just how far some fishy connections can get you. In 2004, Yuji Haraguchi, originally from Utsunomiya in Tochigi Prefecture, left his job as a salesman in Japan and headed across the Pacific to Boston to take up a … Continue reading

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July 20, 2019 Funerals | Obituaries | theworldlink.com

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Tip of the Week: Earthquake and tsunami preparedness

Previously, we’ve covered ways you can prepare your family in case of disasters. This week we want to help you be prepared for two specific disasters that can occur on the Oregon Coast. Prepare for the next quake or tsunami … Continue reading

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