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10.14.19: New House minority leader's aim: 'work together for change'; 'Flush Kate Brown' campaign swirls with stacks of petitions; The OLCC Has Finalized Rules For Flavored Vape Ban That Takes Effect on Oct. 15

Monday, October 14, 2019

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Oregon Political News

New House minority leader's aim: 'work together for change'

'Flush Kate Brown' campaign swirls with stacks of petitions

The OLCC Has Finalized Rules For Flavored Vape Ban That Takes Effect on Oct. 15

Laurie Wimmer, a Teacher’s Union Lobbyist, Has Formed a Campaign PAC to Run for the Oregon House

Recall effort going to the wire

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News from the Regions

Wildfires – Fire Season starts June 1, 2020

Portland Area

Sondland-founded hotels push back on Blumenauer's boycott…

Portland Professor Files Lawsuit Over AT&T’s Improper Billing of Customers for the Clean Energy Surcharge

Mayor Ted Wheeler Makes It Official—He’ll Run for a Second Term

Northern Oregon Coast

Waves on Oregon coast to triple in height over week

Salem Area

Salem taxpayers get an unexpected break

500 gallons of raw sewage spilled at Salem park

After 51 years, Palmer’s Christmas U-cut ends

Improvements coming to the Wheatland and Buena Vista Ferries

When the power goes out on a ferry, you’re stuck

Eleven candidates compete for City Council appointment

Willamette Valley weather dampens grape harvest

Central/Eastern Oregon

Owners of Holton Secret Lab make a name for themselves turning out unique automotive creations

Farming organic: Tough but rewarding

Pendleton looks for safe routes to school for young pedestrians

Custom home build turns into court battle for Pendleton couple

New city manager takes the reins in Stanfield

Pendleton set to contribute $65,000 to vets memorial

Hermiston business woman enters Umatilla County commissioner race

Eastern Oregon mayors, managers resume seats on boards

Downtown Pendleton projects seek to obtain, or hold onto, public money

Cleanup complete at controversial Oregon dairy

Albany/Corvallis Area

Comments sought on communications plan in Sweet Home

OSU hosts panel on impeachment

OSU narrows presidential search

Working on the railroads: DeFazio thinks Corvallis company could help solve train safety issues

Eugene Area

Black Cultural Center opening brings to life years-long inclusion efforts on campus

More women on police force reduces use of force, but some Lane County agencies lag behind national average

Creating trust through diversity

On the Agenda: Eugene council considering climate strike support resolution

Lane Transit District to benefit from UO student-led innovations

Roseburg Area

Roseburg City Councilors deviate from research on how to address homelessness

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to launch in the Roseburg, Glide and Idleyld Park areas

Solar power project saves money and give Glide Fire Department a backup

Living on a bench: Man who calls himself Elliot believes he's watching out for us all

Local nonprofits work to end homelessness by providing housing

Woman speaks out after City Councilor Ashley Hicks blames family for man's homelessness following death

Medford Area

A look at three upcoming writer talks in Rogue Valley

OSF sets stage for new apartments

Fire destroys hemp barn

Good year for Rogue Valley pears, but market is soft

Klamath Falls Area

Ragland to present Modoc War documentary screening, discussion

Downtown pianos strike the right chord

Commissioner Donnie Boyd runs for reelection

Oregon Tech unveils innovation in radiologic science program

Southern Oregon Coast

Oregon Health & Science University to open its first student housing in 2020

Coquille Police Department to host drug take-back event

International News

Furious Republicans prepare to rebuke Trump on Syria

Esper: Turkey 'appears to be' committing war crimes in northern Syria

Kurds say they will work with Assad's forces to fend off Turkish invasion

National News

Bonamici: House focused on issues other than impeachment

California becomes first state to mandate later start times at public schools

Boeing strips CEO of chairman title

Trump/Ukraine News

Trump hits Fox News's Chris Wallace over Ukraine coverage

Schiff: Whistleblower testimony might not be necessary

National Opinion

Opinion: I barely recognize the justice department I so proudly served

George Will: The spiraling president adds self-impeachment to his repertoire

Catherine Rampell: The deficit has gotten worse. This shouldn’t be a surprise.

Opinion

Portland Area

Opinion: With call for boycott, Rep. Blumenauer crossed an ethical line

Editorial: Employees lead the way for Mercy Corps’ accountability and atonement

A second childhood for a cold-blooded killer?: Steve Duin

Opinion: Oregon’s addiction crisis needs governor’s action now

Central/Eastern Oregon

Our view | A tip of the hat, a kick in the pants

Albany/Corvallis Area

Think Too Much: OSU's search for president remains cloaked

Editorial: Records advocate offers a parting gift to Oregon citizens

Roses and Raspberries for Friday, Oct. 11

Eugene Area

Our View: Fight sex trafficking with community vigilance

Oregon’s net neutrality a big win

Roseburg Area

Roseburg Public Schools joins community partners to increase student safety

Medford Area

Treatment without jail won't do the job

Southern Oregon Coast

Moral price of doing business with China

Tradeoff between security and safety

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