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Op-Ed: Clay Aiken, politician to be

During the 11th grade I was "selected" (really my parents paid for the right) to participate in a "leadership conference" in Washington D.C.
In the Media by David Delmar - 1 comment

Tiny Oregon Chub is the first fish taken off the endangered list

Corvallis - A small Oregon backwater minnow has been taken off the endangered list and takes its place as the first fish to ever do so, announced the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
In the Media by Megan Morreale

Oregon fugitive caught in Montana after 15-year manhunt

On Friday police said that an Oregon fugitive, who faked his death, was arrested in Montana after being on the run for 15 years.
In the Media by Owen Weldon

Lottery ticket turns into $17,500 tip for Oregon bartender

Springfield - Aurora Kephart will never receive such a tip again. The Springfield, Oregon, bartender plans to save some of the $17,505 from two lottery tickets and also to buy a couch. She gave some of the money back to her customer.
In the Media by Mike White - 1 comment

Wine Country Oregon offers alternative to Napa Valley Special

When most people think about wine in the United States, they associate it with Napa Valley in California. But Oregon is making its own waves in wine at the many wine tasting stores and restaurants in the McMinnville – Carlton, Oregon region.
Digital Journal Report by Carol Forsloff - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Is your summer BBQ missing something? Try serving cheese fondue Special

San Francisco - Summertime is a time for backyard barbecues and easy-to-make foods that please gatherings on warm evenings when being outside is best. Is your BBQ in need of a little something more than burgers and hot dogs?
Digital Journal Report by Jonathan Farrell

Oregon Governor signs bill for overdose prevention programs

On Thursday, January 6th, Oregon Governor, John Kitzhaber, signed SB 384 A into law. The bill requires the Oregon Health Authority to establish rules for training programs that will instruct individuals on "lifesaving treatments for opiate overdose."
In the Media by Matthew DeLuca - 1 comment

Oregon man threatens bombing due to missing letter 'd' on signage

A man in Salem, Ore. appears upset about a sign outside the Teacher Standards and Practices Comm. office. He walked into the office today with a pressure cooker bomb, wires sticking out, and said he tried to blow the sign up because it was misspelled.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro - 2 comments

Op-Ed: 'Racial profile,' white male allegedly plans Oregon school attack

Albany - Grant Alan Acord, 17, was arrested Saturday, for allegedly building bombs with the intent of blowing up West Albany High School. He is a junior at the school and was inspired by the Columbine massacre, authorities say.
In the Media by Phyllis L. Smith Asinyanbi

Judge jails juror for texting during trial

Salem - An Oregon judge sent a 26-year-old juror to jail for texting during a trial. After explaining to jurors cellphones were not allowed, one juror disobeyed the rule.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 17 comments
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Should Oregon taxpayers subsidize the film & TV industry?

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