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Northwest Trails Expect Rush Of 'Wild' Hikers -- And Those Trying To Avoid Them

The movie "Wild" hits select theaters Friday, December 5. It's based on a memoir by a Portland author who made a life-changing trek on the Pacific Crest Trail.

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Oregon Historical Photo: Luther Cressman & Howard Stafford

Luther Cressman, known today as the "Father of Oregon Archaeology," developed an interest in the field purely by accident. Find out how this U of O professor made some of the most significant archaeological finds in our state.

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'Recasting' India's Economic Policy For The Free Market

Fortune India editor-at-large Hindol Sengupta's new book chronicles India's lurching progress away from a state-controlled economy to a more open system that encourages business and investment.

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Reports: Ferguson Grand Jury Has Reached Decision

Nov. 24, 2014, 11:25 a.m.

Media outlets citing unidentified sources are reporting that the grand jury considering whether Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson should be charged in the death of Michael Brown has reached a decision.

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Arts & Life

Engineering As Art: The Quilts Of Sidnee Snell

Portland artist Sidnee Snell creates intricate, colorful quilts with fabric and a sewing machine. Learn more about her background — she used to be an electrical engineer — and view a slideshow of her work.

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For The Season, Trio Mediaeval Spans Centuries

Making A Change To Keep A Constant Consonant

Reviving 'Allegro': Even Rodgers And Hammerstein Had Flops

These Tales Of Transformation Are Both 'Rich And Strange'

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From Macklemore To Chief Seattle's Descendent, Many Are Eager For Duwamish River Cleanup

The EPA will soon announce a final plan for spending hundreds of millions of dollars to clean up Seattleā€™s polluted Duwamish River. How clean is clean? That question is at the crux of the debate over spending and strategy.

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Oil Interests Fund 'Astroturf' Groups In Washington, Oregon

Hanford Watchdogs, Union Intend To Sue Feds Over Tank Vapors

Oregon's Food Labeling Measure Appears Headed For Recount

Protecting Northwest Forests As Bigger Wildfires Burn Longer

3 Ways Northwest Companies Are Turning Food Waste Into Energy

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