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12.3.19: Oregon Legislature will have at least 15 open seats in 2020; State-run IRA sees 'cultural shift' as small businesses jump in

Tuesday, December 03, 2019

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Oregon Political News

Oregon Legislature will have at least 15 open seats in 2020

State-run IRA sees 'cultural shift' as small businesses jump in

Oregon Legislative Press Releases

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News from the Regions

Portland Area

Portland residents had 3 days to leave city-owned apartment complex with a failing roof

How a Portland cannabis edibles leader is stretching beyond Oregon

Lacking permit, Free Hot Soup meals persist in Director Park

HUD official to tour Wapato on Monday

Beaverton mulls weakening its mayor in charter review

Washington County nets slice of $1 billion timber lawsuit

Latest Notable to Show Interest in Wapato Jail for Housing Homeless People? HUD Secretary Ben Carson

Salem Area

Salem may set aside city property for homeless

NORPAC layoffs climb to 1,447

Marion County kills hemp processing facility

Central/Eastern Oregon

Boardman crash injures St. Paul superintendent

To solve community problems, competition gives Oregon college students funds, training

Technology to keep lights on could help prevent wildfires

Only a matter of time before wolves settle in Central Oregon

Albany/Corvallis Area

Albany council to decide Wednesday on utility fee

Schools back in session: Periwinkle, others reopen after Norovirus outbreak

Albany council to audit LBCC over spending on welding equipment

With some limitations, a new state report finds evidence of police profiling

Corvallis plagued by high failure to appear rate

Eugene Area

Highway 58 between Oakridge and Crescent Lake closed Tuesday morning

Klamath Falls Area

Mazama, Oregon Tech expand benefits for STEM&M students

Achievement comes with thanks to community

Southern Oregon Coast

Bryan’s Home hands out dozens of Thanksgiving baskets to local veterans in need

'Habitat is a long-term investment': Local fifth graders learn about salmon spawning

International News

North Dakota company gets $400M border wall contract after support from Trump

Trump administration proposes tariffs on $2.4B in French goods

National News

Barr rejects key finding in report on Russia probe: report

Trump blames Fed for industrial slowdown spurred by fading global growth

Impeachment News

Pelosi faces tough choices on impeachment managers

Trump floats taking case to Supreme Court to stop impeachment

National Election News/Opinion

Biden: 'I don't need an Obama endorsement'

Trump campaign steps up attacks on Biden

Trump attacks 'Mini Mike Bloomberg' after campaign bars news outlet

Democratic strategist knocks Buttigieg free college ad as attempted 'attack' on Warren

Progressive journalist: Obama probably won't weigh in short of 'fantasy' brokered convention

Opinion

Portland Area

Editorial: Radon threat in public housing demands a stronger response by agencies

Opinion: Metro’s work on homelessness goes beyond housing bond passage

Eugene Area

Our View: Sondland highlights the ugly truth

Bret Stephens: Lighting the lanterns of liberty in dark corners

In My Opinion: We must pivot from our source of energy

Roseburg Area

Mischief-makers with an agenda promote 'gun sanctuaries'

Maintain public lands, for the sake of freedom

Southern Oregon Coast

Still time to solve recreation access problems on Klamath River

Supports wind energy over LNG

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