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Albany, Oregon

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Linn County Memorial Day observations set
The public is invited to mark Memorial Day at a ceremony at 11 a.m. Monday, May 29, at Timber-Linn Memorial Park.
Campgrounds ready, reservoirs are full for holiday weekend
SWEET HOME ? Linn County campgrounds are mowed, Foster and Green Peter reservoirs are full of water, and the mid-valley forecast calls for temperatures in the low- to mid-80s through the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
Friday weather: Warm and sunny, with highs around 82
Forecasters expect warm and sunny conditions throughout the mid-valley on Friday, with highs reaching into the 80s. And Friday is just a prelude for what's shaping up as a warm and sunny Memorial Day weekend, with highs in the mid-80s.
Jefferson annexation amendment inches forward
JEFFERSON ? The City Council voted 4-3 to send a proposed amendment to the Jefferson municipal code regarding annexations to the Planning Commission for a public hearing.
Public Safety Log (May 26)
LINN COUNTY SHERIFF
Police seek man wanted on weapons charge
Albany police are searching for a man wanted in connection to a shots-fired call earlier this month at an apartment complex in the 2200 block of Marion Street SE.
A blueprint for helping independent businesses succeed
The Community Independent Business Alliance was formed 15 years ago, when local shop owners worried about the impact of a Borders bookstore that would soon open in Corvallis.

 

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Bend, Oregon


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Bend, Oregon

Bend Weekly – www.bendweekly.com

Cascade Business News - www.cascadebusnews.com

Source Weekly - www.tsweekly.com

KOAB TV 3 (PBS) - www.opb.org


Canby, Oregon

Canby Herald - www.canbyherald.com


Corvallis, Oregon

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Library plans series of eclipse classs
The Heart of the Valley Astronomers group is offering a series of classes about the Aug. 21 solar eclipse, including how to enjoy it safely.
OSU students organize Corvallis ?BioBlitz?
Oregon State University students are inviting the community to participate in a "BioBlitz" from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Sunday at Avery Park, with participants asked to check in at the Lions Club Shelter. At the event participants will?
Benton County Public Works visits elementary schools
If you?ve ever wondered how to impress kindergartners, the Benton County Public Works Department has the answer:
Friday weather: Warm and sunny, with highs around 82
Forecasters expect warm and sunny conditions throughout the mid-valley on Friday, with highs reaching into the 80s. And Friday is just a prelude for what's shaping up as a warm and sunny Memorial Day weekend, with highs in the mid-80s.
Open house for memorabilia of Afghan war casualty
On Oct. 25, 2007, Joshua Brennan, an Army sergeant from Eastern Oregon, was badly wounded during a firefight in Afghanistan.
Knights offer new food, drink options for 2017
It?s a new season for the Corvallis Knights, with club officials ratcheting up the food and beverage options for fans of the summer baseball team.
A blueprint for helping independent businesses succeed
The Community Independent Business Alliance was formed 15 years ago, when local shop owners worried about the impact of a Borders bookstore that would soon open in Corvallis.
Police Log (May 26)
This log includes incidents in which there might have been a public disturbance or a risk to the public. Information comes from the Corvallis Police Department, the Benton County Sheriff?s Office and Oregon State Police. It does not include all?
Library's science guy
Each beat on the large drums sitting on the turf of Reser Stadium shot a ring of smoke from the instruments, which were made out of converted trash cans, as an Oregon State University drum line performed in the background?
The Lectern (May 25)
THURSDAY
Thursday weather: Mostly sunny, with highs around 72
Forecasters say Thursday in the mid-valley will be mostly sunny, with highs around 72. Expect mostly clear skies Thursday night, with lows around 48.
Credit Union plans June 10 shredding day
Oregon State Credit Union has scheduled its 2017 Benton County free document shred day for Saturday, June 10, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the parking lot of the credit union?s Operations Center at 4800 SW Research Way in Corvallis.

 

KOAC TV 7 (PBS) - www.opb.org

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Eugene, Oregon

Eugene Weekly - www.eugeneweekly.com

KLCC FM 89.7 - www.klcc.org

KMTR TV channel 16 (NBC) - www.nbc16.com

KUGN AM 590 - www.kugn.com

Eugene Oregon Daily Emerald (university) - www.dailyemerald.com


Forest Grove, Oregon

Pacific Index (university) - www.thepacificindex.com


Keizer, Oregon

Keizer Times - www.keizertimes.com


Lebanon, Oregon

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BLT named grand marshal of Strawberry Festival parade
Build Lebanon Trails was named grand marshal of the Lebanon Strawberry Festival Grand Parade, and the organization is inviting anyone to join them.
Festival crowns its queen
Queen Maddie Norris will reign over the 108th annual Strawberry Festival!
The bands play on
Grant Johnson Memorial Jazz Concerts mark 50 years
Lebanon public record: May 19
NOTE: People named in these reports have been through the court system and found guilty of a crime.
Monday weather: Unseasonably hot weather continues
Unseasonably hot weather will continue throughout the mid-valley on Monday, and forecasters at the National Weather Service office in Portland are urging caution with the heat.
Meet Princess Kendall
Princess Kendall Crawford, 18, has her sights set on becoming a doctor.
Warriors heading to state
Renel Koker set the pace for the Lady Warriors by hitting a lead-off, in-the-park home run in a 23-0 victory against the Springfield Millers on May 19.
Samaritan awards more than $620,000 in Social Accountability grants
The five hospitals of Samaritan Health Services have awarded a total of $624,960 in Social Accountability grants to local service organizations, to be distributed over the next 12 months.
Gregory C. Sullens
Jan. 6, 1950 ? May 15, 2017

 

Lebanon Express - www.mvonline.com/gazette_times/

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McMinnville, Oregon

McMinnville News Register - www.newsregister.com

Linfield Review (university)


Molalla, Oregon

Molalla Pioneer - www.molallapioneer.com


Newberg, Oregon

Newberg Graphic - www.newberggraphic.com



Salem, Oregon

Capital Press – www.capitalpress.com

Salem Monthly – www.willamettelive.com


Salem, Oregon




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Woodburn, Oregon

Woodburn Independent - www.woodburnindependent.com



 

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News Roundtable | Talking About Stuttering

Our news roundtable takes up the biggest news of the week. And we listen back to an interview with a local filmmaker who made a documentary about learning to live with a stutter.


Oregon Commission Reverses Course, Approves Tuition Hikes For UO And PSU

Oregon's two largest universities gained approval Thursday for significant tuition increases, after initially being denied.


Oregon Lawmakers Approve Ban On Shackling Children In Court

Oregon lawmakers have approved a measure that would stop children under 18 from being physically restrained during juvenile court proceedings.


Oregon's Congressional Democrats Push For National Vote-By-Mail

Both of Oregon’s senators and four U.S. representatives announced the introduction of a bill Thursday that would require “every state to provide registered voters the opportunity to vote by mail."


No More Masks At Protests? Washington Lawmaker Aims To Make It Illegal

A Washington lawmaker wants to make it a crime to wear a mask, hood, or face-covering bandana while protesting.

 


WA Legislature | Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler | General Hospital | Open Iftar

Lawmakers in Washington State are struggling to agree on a budget by deadline. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler reacts to Pres. Trumps budget. We hear from a local doctor has an issue with a soap opera, and about an effort to bring Muslims and non-Muslims together.


Oregon Could Join National Popular Vote Compact

The Oregon House has voted to join a national movement to elect the president via the popular vote, not the Electoral College.



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Oregon Wine Country Thanksgiving a Giant Feast for Senses
Three days of awesome wine get paired with killer scenery and fabulous food at the Oregon Wine Country Thanksgiving this week
Why Are There No Dinosaur Bones in Oregon? Surprising Science
You may be wondering why you never hear about dinosaur bones being found in Oregon. No T Rex. No Triceratops. Paleontology, Portland, Wine Country, Eastern Oregon, Cascades
Be Your Own Ragnar or Floki: Viking Tourism in N. America
It turns out, several sights in North America may have some Viking visitation remnants - although the sad news is only one is confirmed to be so. Canada, East Coast, Rhode Island, Minnesota, Massachusetts, New Hampshire
Oregon Wine Country Lodging: A Most Delicious Bit of Travel Advice
For those venturing out to this lush and lovely land of vineyards, hills and wide open skies, here's a few suggestions on where to stay. Yamhill County, McMinnville, Newberg, Dayton, Carlton, Dundee, Amity

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