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Oregon State University launches project to make historical archive of craft

Oregon State University launches project to make historical archive of craft
The university has launched the Oregon Hops & Brewing Archives. The organizers behind it have the ambition of building the archives as a destination repository for researchers in hops and brewing. In fact, the Oregon Hops & Brewing Archives is the …
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Oregon Ducks baseball not looking past Washington State in pivotal Pac-12 series
George Horton, Tyler Baumgartner talk WSU Oregon baseball coach George Horton and senior outfielder Tyler Baumgartner discuss this weekend's Pac-12 series against Washington State at PK Park. Print · Billy Gates | bgates@oregonian.com By Billy …
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40-foot whale washes ashore on Oregon Coast
A dead, decomposing 40-foot gray whale washed ashore in the Oregon Coast town of Seaside on Tuesday morning, and marine experts advise staying away from the massive carcass because it's "really nasty." Keith Chandler, a marine mammal expert from …
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Oregon Fish and Wildlife Columbia River regional fishing reports
Spring Chinook angling is open during March 16 – May 9, from Tower Island powerlines upstream to the Oregon/Washington border above McNary Dam, plus the banks between Bonneville and Tower Island powerlines. Walleye fishing was excellent in The …
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What should ODOT do about Oregon 47 and Verboort Road? (poll)

What should ODOT do about Oregon 47 and Verboort Road? (poll)
Lawmakers, city officials and residents alike are urging the Oregon Department of Transportation to take action at the intersection of Oregon 47 and Verboort Road, where two Pacific University students were killed in a collision last Monday. But there …
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Oregon State Beavers quarterback Sean Mannion is a Philadelphia Flyers fan
… is a Philadelphia Flyers fan and a trivia master: Four Factoids. AX068_6AB2_9.JPG. Oregon State Beavers quarterback Sean Mannion talks with the media at the end of the first day spring football practice in Corvallis (Randy L. Rasmussen/The Oregonian).
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Oregon City Bids for Worlds
Eugene, Ore., is bidding to bring the world championships to the United States for the first time. The other candidates for the 2019 event are Barcelona, Spain, and Doha, Qatar. The host city will be selected in November. A version of this brief …
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No. 1 Oregon routs Beavers, 18-0, to sweep Civil War softball

No. 1 Oregon routs Beavers, 18-0, to sweep Civil War softball
Oregon (37-5, 11-1 Pac-12) brought 17 batters to the plate and scored 11 runs in the top of the first inning on the way to its second consecutive sweep of the Beavers. The Ducks' 18 runs were a season high, with 10 players recording at least one hit.
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What Oregon would look like with 100% renewable energy (Infographic)
Oregon's projected energy mix includes 45 percent from wind, 25 percent hydroelectric, 23 percent from various solar technologies and 7 percent from wave, geothermal and tidal turbines. The study also highlights avoided costs — both economic and …
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Oregon State Beavers spring football quick hits: Jabral Johnson, receiver
CORVALLIS — Oregon State completed its seventh spring practice Monday in Corvallis. In the end-of-practice huddle, Mike Riley was clearly pleased with the session. And with five workouts in full pads down, coaches and players are starting to notice …
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What should expectations be for Ducks receiver Jalen Brown? Oregon rundown
… 2014 at 9:12 AM. View/Post Comments. EUGENE — By itself, February's praise from Oregon's staff for Jalen Brown's smooth transition from high schooler to early enrollee suggested the true freshman would compete for playing time at receiver in 2014.
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Rare quintuplet goats born in Oregon

Rare quintuplet goats born in Oregon
Mama goat Vanilla, at Fairview Farm Goat Dairy in Dallas, gave birth to quintuplets earlier this month. Five baby goats in one birth doesn't happen every day. In fact, the farm's owners said it only happens in about one of every 10,000 goat births …
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An Oregon Unknown: The Trap Play That Never Was …
A few months later I had the pleasure of having one of Oregon's starting offensive linemen in my ManCave as we watched film together and enjoyed the many blocks created by the O-line in that 2011 campaign. Of course, I triumphantly played my video of …
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Oregon may sell off forestlands it can't log
GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The state of Oregon will consider selling the whole Elliott State Forest, where legal battles over logging and protections for threatened species have reduced revenues for schools. Jim Paul, assistant director of the Department of …
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Food industry group gives William Keene, Oregon's pioneering food safety

Food industry group gives William Keene, Oregon's pioneering food safety
An Oregon food safety sleuth who broke new ground nationwide was recognized on Thursday for a career devoted to preventing illness and saving lives. NSF International, which sets food safety standards for the industry, gave William Keene a posthumous …
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Oregon Catholic school baseball rivalry ends in bench-clearing brawl
Central Catholic junior Tyson Cooper's lined a hit off Jesuit's Oregon State-bound southpaw Christian Martinek, scoring the first run easily and cutting Jesuit's lead to 5-3. But tempers ran high as a second runner came around on a close play at the plate.
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Police investigate Oregon Repertory Singers for missing financial records
The Oregon Repertory Singers is investigating its former executive director after discovering many of its financial records are missing. The organization has also asked the Portland police to investigate, according to a statement from the group's board …
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Into the bog: Oregon's drought may affect crops
Oregon has water issues like most of the western U.S., according to Kathie Dello, associate director of the Oregon Climate Change Research institute at Oregon State University. Because the rain and snow falls from October to March, Oregon relies a lot …
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Cherry blossoms burst with color in Oregon and around the world (photos)
Cherry blossoms, the lovely pink and white flowers that come during the start of Spring, are in bloom not only in the Pacific Northwest, but also around the globe. Take a look at the "best of" gallery above and some links below for recent stories with …
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Oregon Business Association endorses 5 incumbent senators, skips 2 key races

Oregon Business Association endorses 5 incumbent senators, skips 2 key races
The Oregon Business Association has endorsed five incumbent senators for the November general election but notably made no endorsements in two key races that could determine which party controls the Senate. The Portland-based group endorsed …
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Freeman Gets His Body Right
Since committing to Oregon in July, Freeman has kept very little drama in his recruitment, and that has been the same since signing day.With many of the signees expected to come to Eugene in mid-June, that is also the plan for the Oregon power back.
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Oregon Youth Challenge Career Fair
… 5:00 PM PDT April 9, 2014 UPDATED: 8:48 AM PDT April 10, 2014. Small Text; Medium Text; Large Text. Print; Email. Tweet. Oregon National Guard Youth Challenge cadets learned about a variety of careers at a career fair held Wednesday afternoon.
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Job market slightly improved, debt still huge for Oregon law grads

Job market slightly improved, debt still huge for Oregon law grads
The 524 newly minted attorneys from Oregon's three law schools enjoyed marginally better luck finding work as attorneys since they graduated last summer, at least compared to the truly awful years of 2011 and 2012. The class of 2013 also graduated with …
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Hillary Clinton: why Oregon is a leader in women's equality
In front of a packed house of more than 3,000 people, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivered the keynote speech for the World Affairs Council of Oregon's International Speaker Series at the Keller Auditorium Tuesday night. Clinton covered …
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Oregon 47 crash victims near Forest Grove identified
The crash occurred about 9:25 a.m. at Oregon 47 and Northwest Verboort Road, north of Forest Grove. Oregon State Police said a gold Hyundai sedan stopped westbound on Verboort, pulling into the path of a box truck traveling north on 47. OSP said the …
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Acrobatics and Tumbling: Azusa Pacific sneaks past Oregon to end 25-meet win

Acrobatics and Tumbling: Azusa Pacific sneaks past Oregon to end 25-meet win
The National Collegiate Acrobatics and Tumbling Association National Championships just got a whole lot more interesting. In the week leading up to Oregon acrobatics and tumbling's meet against Azusa Pacific, Head Coach Felecia Mulkey stressed the …
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Mike Riley wants hitting, but no tackling: Oregon State Beavers rundown
CORVALLIS — During the team portions of Oregon State practice Monday, coaches could often be heard yelling, “Up! Up! Up!” That was instruction to keep the player with the ball standing at the end of the play, rather than tackling him all the way to …
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Oregon commercial wave energy project sinks
“Oregon Iron Works is disappointed with OPT's decision to withdraw from deploying buoys off the Oregon Coast, but we are excited about the industry looking to deploy wave energy buoys here,” Tom Hickman, vice president of sales and marketing for the …
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2014 NFL Draft Profile: Oregon wide receiver Josh Huff
While Arrelious Benn and Jeremy Maclin returning the lineup gives the Eagles replacements, the team could stand to add youth to the position. The Eagles have shown interest in bringing in former Oregon players to compete for roster spots and former …
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Smith Rock State Park epitome of Oregon desert beauty in spring (photos)
Smith Rock State Park is as good as it gets during spring in Oregon's high desert. Come to think of it, the park is as good as it gets any time of the year. Smith Rock should be an annual pilgrimage for all Oregonians. It's that beautiful. You don't …
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Oregon Wave Energy Project Sinks
This was the only wave energy project planned for Oregon state waters that had even begun the permitting phase, according to Paul Klarin, marine Program Coordinator with the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development. The company's …
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Oregon men's tennis: Robin Cambier and Oregon finish off Arizona 4-1 on senior
Fittingly enough, Robin Cambier left the Oregon Student Tennis Center on Saturday after holding off his opponent (6-1, 6-2) and leading the Oregon men's tennis team to a 4-1 victory over Arizona for its first win over a Pac-12 opponent. Cambier, who …
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