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11.8.19: Oregon House Bill 2001 Ended Single-Family Zoning Across the State. That’s Causing Some Pushback.; Steve Allen stepped up for the job nobody wanted, now he’s overhauling the way Oregon responds to mental health and addiction; Forest chief: State

Friday, November 08, 2019

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Oregon Political News

Oregon House Bill 2001 Ended Single-Family Zoning Across the State. That’s Causing Some Pushback.

Steve Allen stepped up for the job nobody wanted, now he’s overhauling the way Oregon responds to mental health and addiction

Forest chief: State lands productive, not mismanaged

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News from the Regions

Wildfires

Portland Area

Tektronix lays off employees as sales decline

Blumenauer Bridge breaks ground; I-84 bike, pedestrian crossing to open in 2021

Are you ready for Oregon's earthquake? Here's what you need

Flight attendant union demonstrates for higher pay at PDX

Air quality advisory over smoky conditions extended

Salem Area

Salem Health reports employee email breach

Central/Eastern Oregon

Umatilla County Planning lowers fee for hardship

Pendleton parks tobacco ban still stands

Longtime teacher grateful despite growing up in the Great Depression

Cold, windy harvest could affect Eastern Oregon potatoes

Eastern Oregon University sets sights online

Huntington voters recall mayor

Morrow and Umatilla County top producers in grains, cattle, vegetables

Mayor Turner bristles at developer Brusselback

Albany/Corvallis Area

City officials celebrate passage of 911 measure

Eugene Area

LTD looks to cut routes, boost service frequency

Eugene resident’s fight to identify as nonbinary gets support of Oregon advocacy groups

Eugene voters cap rates on new public safety tax

Roseburg Area

County commissioners reject trash disposal rate increase plan

Elkton Charter School honors veterans, teaches children about military service

Monthly community meal in Glide still going strong after seven years

Medford Area

Holly faces money crunch

Klamath Falls Area

Lake County Senior Center transportation programs expand

Building on trades education: KBHBA event draws more than 300 students to fairgrounds

Southern Oregon Coast

Bryan's Home received $50,000 donation from Dennis and Janet Beetham of DB Western

North Bend citizens appeal ballot title

Election draws low voter turnout

International News

Foreign guestworker growth slows

Airline Lufthansa grounds 1,300 flights due to massive worker strike

National News

Farm groups urge Supreme Court against expanding Clean Water Act liability

Democrats unveil proposal for 'millionaires surtax'

Trump/Ukraine News

Portland radio host Lars Larson names suspected Donald Trump/Ukraine whistleblower on Fox News

Judge fines Trump $2 million for misusing charity foundation to further political, business interests

Top diplomat says Giuliani's 'campaign of lies' took down veteran ambassador

Rand Paul says he 'probably will' disclose whistleblower's name

National Election News/Opinion

Michael Bloomberg taking steps toward 2020 presidential campaign

David Axelrod: Bloomberg entry 'not exactly a vote of confidence' in Biden

Business News

Juul halts US sales of popular mint-flavored e-cigarettes

Opinion

Central/Eastern Oregon

Our view | Courtesy is a big deal in a democracy

Our view | Hermiston voters make decision to finance education

Walden | We must continue standing up for our nation’s veterans

Albany/Corvallis Area

Editorial: Taxpayers continue to show generosity at polls

Eugene Area

Guest View: Live up to to your mission, UO

Klamath Falls Area

Oregon officials should set a good example

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