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A Portland firm has won a $5.9 million contract to beef up a large portion of the 1,040-foot-long earthen dam.
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A University of Oregon student died Saturday morning at California's Shasta Lake while at an annual camping event.
Oregon’s Food Safety Program remains in disarray, long after a state audit found it was so far behind on inspections of stores, processors and other licensees that public health could be at risk.
Alex Gino’s middle-grade novel “George” is a revelation for transgender kids. But it’s also drawn some fire in the statewide literary competition.
In Deschutes County’s House District 53, Redmond real estate agent Jack Zika leads conservative activist Ben Schimmoller by just 11 votes in the Republican primary.
Faculty members say the Marylhurst Board of Trustees rebuffed their attempt to collaborate on ways to save the small private college.
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Several trails and lakes have reopened to the public — including Starvation Creek State Park, Mount Defiance trail and Warren Lake — but officials encourage caution.
After shake-ups at Nike, some former employees are hopeful — if wary — that the company that made Portland "Sneakertown" can change.