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Oregon State University’s bid to build a new dormitory at the east end of the campus won another tough battle Monday night before the Corvallis City Council.

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Oregon State University’s bid to build a new dormitory at the east end of the campus won another tough battle Monday night before the Corvallis City Council.

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An association representing oceangoing ships is suing the Port of Astoria over its $300 fee for pier maintenance.

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This summer the International Port of Coos Bay staff worked with the Oregon State Marine Board and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to replace the launch ramp docks in the Charleston Marina.

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BAKER CITY — A former Baker City council member who pleaded guilty to criminal mischief in November 2017 after he was cited that summer at the abandoned lime plant near Huntington has filed a …

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Local public health services are not affected by a recent federal law change that bars providers from telling pregnant women about abortion options.That’s because Oregon declined to accept the…

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SALEM — A former state lawmaker has asked the Oregon State Bar to investigate whether Gov. Kate Brown’s top lawyer, Misha Isaak, violated professional rules for lawyers during a dispute over t…

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The Albany City Council was reminded Monday that House Bill 2001, a measure passed this year by the Legislature, requires cities to allow multiple-family housing types such as duplexes in neig…

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The Albany City Council was reminded Monday that House Bill 2001, a measure passed this year by the Legislature, requires cities to allow multiple-family housing types such as duplexes in neig…

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In arguing that gun control is not the answer to gun violence (letter of Sept. 1), Art Hall states that, “The states with the most restrictive gun laws still lead the country in gun violence.”…

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Now is the time for we, the citizens of Oregon, to educate ourselves so that we are well-informed to ensure that we can vote with the knowledge to choose the best path forward for health care for all.

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SALEM — Advocates are reviving efforts to require Oregon gun owners to securely store their guns.

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A wildlife biologist said bears might cause problems in the John Day area this fall as they search for food sources to replace the berries and grass burned in the Canyon Creek Complex fire last year.

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