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11.11.19: Oregon dams among more than 1,600 at risk nationally, AP investigation finds; State senator Bentz to run for Walden's seat in Congress; Environmental Groups Continuing Their Push to Legislate Via the Ballot With Clean-Air Measure

Monday, November 11, 2019


Oregon Political News

Oregon dams among more than 1,600 at risk nationally, AP investigation finds

State senator Bentz to run for Walden's seat in Congress

Environmental Groups Continuing Their Push to Legislate Via the Ballot With Clean-Air Measure

Oregon among grant recipients for high hazard dam funds

As climate warnings grow more dire, Oregon struggles to live up to emissions promises

Study finds ‘porch pirates’ active in Oregon

Oregon winemakers earn industry award for innovation, teamwork

Oregon Election News

Voters could be asked to decide future of Oregon’s forestry practices

As many as nine dueling forestry bills could be on next November's ballot

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News from the Regions


Portland Area

Wyden talks NRA-Russia links, Trump impeachment at Portland town hall

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler says he won’t use taxpayer financing for reelection campaign

Bi-Mart drops pharmacy services in the Portland area; blames new Oregon business tax

Portland radio host Lars Larson says naming Trump whistleblower has brought ‘death threats, curse words’ in reaction

County hearings planned on vape sale restrictions

Walking out and speaking out

Tualatin council to revisit marijuana zoning, buffers

PCC turns to circuit court for training center land

City Commissioner Chloe Eudaly Comfirms: She’s Running for Re-Election

Central/Eastern Oregon

Feds pass on Pendleton's I-84 grant application again

Bend to remove billboard some found offensive

Construction crew finds prehistoric bones in Prineville

Albany/Corvallis Area

'It's hard to explain': A new generation of veterans finds its post-service path

Easy as pie, for veterans: City managers face off in edible fundraiser

Eugene Area

Activists want Lane County to track all deaths of homeless, as Multnomah County does, to find patterns, aid in prevention

4J construction plans in north Eugene stir concerns

Lane County wants state to instigate homeless death count

Roseburg Area

Solid waste community meetings begin Tuesday

Glendale School District pursues tax levy to increase building safety, security and energy efficiency

Medford Area

A crash course for safer driving

Fire tears through newly-remodeled addiction treatment center

Southern Oregon faces unusually dry forecast

Southern Oregon Coast

Coquille School District's Winter Lakes went from an idea to two new schools

Long-awaited Gold Star marker unveiled at Dewett Veterans Memorial site

International News

Trump pushes back on reports U.S. will remove China tariffs

National News

Former US ambassador Nikki Haley says administration officials sought to undermine Trump ‘to save the country’

Trump/Ukraine News

Facebook deleting name of potential whistleblower, day after Portland radio host blurts it on live TV

So who is Lars Larson, the conservative who named the suspected Trump whistleblower on Fox News?

Graham on the impeachment inquiry: 'I made my mind up. There's nothing there'

National Opinion

Golden | Democrats see trouble at the top of their ticket

National Election News/Opinion

Despite troubles, Trump has huge cash advantage heading into 2020

Democrats debate how to defeat Trump: fight or heal


Portland Area

Opinion: Honoring our veterans every day

Opinion: School suspensions are a backwards way to teach students

A cheap shot from the city of Portland: Steve Duin column

Central/Eastern Oregon

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

Our view | Courtesy is a big deal in a democracy

Albany/Corvallis Area

Think Too Much: Holy guacamole! Scams, schemes lurk everywhere

Editorial: Secrecy stalks search for OSU president

Roses and Raspberries for Friday, Nov. 8

Eugene Area

Our View: Compassion-fatigue sets in with homelessness

Our View: LCC and PCU a fine pairing

Guest View: A Dreamer moves on from DeFazio

Medford Area

Car crash exercise drives home the point

Klamath Falls Area

Perspectives on Klamath River dam removal

Southern Oregon Coast

Gert Boyle flew with her own wings

Elliott State Forest & The Giesy Plan Alternative


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