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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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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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Western Oregon, Oregon Tech get green light to have own board of trustees by
… July 1, 2015, or a different date that is yet to be determined. The state's three largest universities – Oregon State University, Portland State University and University of Oregon – already have institutional boards, which will take full power on …
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Discrimination has no place here in Oregon
I've collected signatures to qualify the Freedom to Marry and Religious Protection Initiative for the ballot, organized friends and family to help, and volunteered with Oregon United for Marriage. Now we're on the verge of victory. A court case …
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Oregon Senate Poll: Merkley Under 50 Percent
Democratic senator Jeff Merkley of Oregon is polling ahead of his potential Republican opponents, but his position is weak heading into his reelection campaign, according to a new survey by a GOP polling firm. Harper Polling found Merkley is ahead of …
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Snowpack remains below normal in parts of Oregon
The recent deluge of storms brought Northern Oregon within striking distance of normal precipitation levels for the water year, but mountain snowpack and the Southern and Eastern parts of the state still lag behind. That was the main take-away from the …
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Missing Oregon State Hospital patient's personal belongings found at Corvallis
Page is considered not to be a danger to himself or others, according to a press release from the Oregon Health Authority. He was first admitted to the hospital on Oct. 14, 1994, and again on March 27, 2012, as a forensic commitment from Lane County.
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Oregon St. Shuts Out Arizona
Keeping with the theme of the weekend, Oregon St. used the "first team to 11 wins in a blowout" formula to capture the deciding game of their Pac-12 series in Tucson against Arizona Sunday afternoon. The only difference was instead of the 11-2 score of …
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Oregon studded tires must be removed by Monday
studded tires.jpg. Adam Smith installs a studded tire on one of the many customers that poured into the Oregon City Les Schwab store in this 2004 photo. (Doug Beghtel/The Oregonian/2004). Print · Yuxing Zheng | yzheng@oregonian.com By Yuxing Zheng …
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Goe: After four years, Oregon State women's coach Scott Rueck is showing
View/Post Comments. SEATTLE – Maybe at some point in the coming months, Oregon State men's basketball coach Craig Robinson can stop by OSU women's coach Scott Rueck's office and ask for help. Rueck clearly knows how to build a program. After six …
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Oregon's aging population will lead to slower economic, revenue growth, state
During times of economic expansion, state revenue usually grows 16 percent during each two-year budget cycle, said Josh Lehner, a senior economist with the Oregon Office of Economic Analysis. Projections call for that growth to slow to 10 percent in …
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Oregon Ducks men's basketball season in review: The offseason questions
This is the third of a three-part Oregon men's basketball season review. Oregon ended the 2013-14 season Saturday in an 85-77 loss to Wisconsin in the third round of the NCAA Tournament's West Regional. Oregon finished 24-10. Part One examined the …
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