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Scappoose girl might be first U.S. victim of deadly drug - Friday, 20 December 2013 10:10
A drug detected in the blood of at least three Oregon girls who thought they were taking ecstasy last year may be a new narcotic to the state, says Columbia County District Attorney Steve Atchison.
Steve Duin: Cover Oregon helps Heather Hines lose that 'felony cancer' conviction
"Cover Oregon," Hines says, "has given me the opportunity to have decent health insurance coverage and with it, peace of mind.
Steve Zika - More public money wasted
Submitted photo Hampton's sawmills are managed from control booths like this one at the Darrington Division in Arlington, Wash.
Vernonia will dedicate new school swings in memory of Jacob Levenseller, class of 2012
A half dozen Vernonia Elementary students arc high as they swing on a newly enrolled swing set installed in memory of a Vernonia High grad.
Salmonberry Corridor: Banks officials weigh in on proposed trail between Banks and Tillamook
The Salmonberry Corridor , a proposed 86-mile trail between Banks and Tillamook, has drawn a variety of opinions during the master planning phase.
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Winter Weather Closes Schools Across Oregon
Portland Public Schools are open Tuesday, but buses are on snow routes. The Corvallis schools, Scappoose, St. Helens and Vernonia district are among those closed.
Salmonberry Corridor: Mixed response at meeting for landowners near proposed trail between Banks and Tillamook
A proposed 86-mile trail between Banks and Tillamook solicited a mix of negative and positive response during a meeting with landowners and other members of the public.
On a Whymm opens in Cornelius with home decor, fashion accessories
Candace Davis has always loved interior decorating. She remembers making tiny rugs, pillows and comforters for her Barbie dolls as a child.
Banks officials host Main Street revitalization workshop
Banks Mayor Pete Edison helps brainstorm ideas to improve the city's Main Street during a group session at a community revitalization workshop Thursday, Nov. 21. Banks residents generated dozens of ideas to upgrade the city's Main Street during a workshop Thursday, Nov. 21, among them extending bike lanes, creating a central theme and increasing ... (more)