Sierra Club steps up effort over facility
Agencies offer funds to help search efforts and rebuilding
EUGENE — Passers-by helped subdue a man Saturday afternoon after he allegedly tried to rob an armored truck and was shot multiple times by one of the truck’s guards in front of the Albertsons supermarket at 55 Division Ave. in Eugene’s Santa Clara Square.
OSO, Wash. — First there was a “whoosh.” Elaine Young said she thought it might be a chimney fire, a rush of air that lasted about 45 seconds. But when she stepped outside there was ominous silence. Something felt very, very wrong.
Few people have even heard of this spectacular Siuslaw Forest hideaway
Herds benefit park ecology and story
Officials say it’s clear Energy Dept. not timely
Oregon State Police and Oregon Department of Transportation urge all drivers to drive safely and save lives during the spring break period, March 22-30.
SALEM — Oregon’s Gov. John Kitzhaber asked for a shake-up of Cover Oregon’s top leadership Thursday after an independent investigation found that state managers had repeatedly failed to heed reports about problems that prevented the online health insurance exchange from launching on time.
PORTLAND — State judges can force defendants to take medication against their will so they can stand trial, the Oregon Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
SEATTLE — The challenge of determining what caused a fatal helicopter crash near the Space Needle that killed two men on board and burned a third on the ground is complicated by the fire that charred much of the wreckage, a federal investigator says.
The Hood River County Board of Commissioners will be seeking the public’s input next month on whether or not it should temporarily ban medical marijuana dispensaries from setting up shop in the county’s unincorporated areas.
PORTLAND (AP) — Oregon’s attorney general told a federal court Tuesday why she believes the state’s voter-approved ban on same-sex marriages violates the federal constitutional rights of homosexual couples.
PORTLAND (AP) — Oregon’s jobless rate continues to inch down, falling under 7 percent last month.
ROSEBURG (AP) — Jobs in southern Oregon lumber mills go increasingly these days to people with college degrees, a change in a region where young people used to make a good living in the timber business right out of high school.
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