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PORTLAND — Oregon Association of Nurseries, which represents nearly 700 wholesale growers, retailers, landscapers and suppliers statewide, announced Wednesday, Jan. 13, it will host a virtual …

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SALEM — After a brief lull in daily new cases of COVID-19 provided a momentary respite from the unrelenting march of the pandemic early in the new year, Oregonians now face a projected rise in…

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WASHINGTON — Rep. Cliff Bentz, R-Ontario, voted against impeaching President Donald Trump on Wednesday, Jan. 13, joining most House Republicans in a losing effort to avoid a stinging rebuke to…

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SALEM — Gov. Kate Brown said after guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday, Jan. 12, Oregon will expand COVID-19 vaccination to include people age 65 and and older.

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SALEM — From county commissioners and state lawmakers to a member of the U.S. Congress, some Oregonians in power have enabled the extreme beliefs and conspiracy theories fueling political viol…

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SALEM — Four Oregon Counties, including Morrow County, will move into the governor’s “extreme risk” designation for spreading COVID-19, according to a press release from Gov. Kate Brown’s office.

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A Republican state lawmaker who let far-right demonstrators into the Oregon Capitol last month has lost his committee responsibilities and will forfeit unfettered access to the statehouse, as …

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The Oregon Legislature returned to the Capitol on Monday amid a raging pandemic that has the Salem area under an "Extreme Risk" list for COVID-19 infections.

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WASHINGTON — With Democrats in control of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House, and Democrat Joe Biden's Jan. 20 inauguration approaching, Americans can expect a large, long-term package of aid to h…

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PORTLAND — A Republican state representative let protesters into the Oregon Capitol building, which was closed to the public, during a December special legislative session where demonstrations…

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SALEM — The Oregon State Police said it is aware of “rumors” that armed groups are considering taking over the state Capitol and warned that anyone attempting that would be arrested.

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SALEM — Right-wing demonstrators and supporters of President Donald Trump rallied outside the Oregon State Capitol on Wednesday, Jan. 5, as part of a nationwide protest of the 2020 Election results.

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PORTLAND — Oregon health officials had a goal of administering 100,000 coronavirus vaccines by the end of 2020, but as of Tuesday, Jan. 5, had only administered 51,283.

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SALEM — The federal government has proposed awarding grazing allotments to an Oregon ranching family whose members were convicted of arson in a court battle that triggered the takeover of a fe…

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SALEM — U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden says he’s seeking reelection in 2022, ending speculation that Oregon’s senior senator might retire and pave the way for a crowded lineup of potential replacements.

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SALEM — Six Oregon counties, including Morrow County, moved out from under the governor’s “extreme risk” designation for spreading COVID-19, according to a press release from Gov. Kate Brown’s…

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PORTLAND — For most of the year, Oregonians have faced challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, but Gov. Kate Brown said on Tuesday, Dec. 22, people finally caught a glimpse of the “lig…

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SALEM — State police declared an unlawful assembly at Oregon’s Capitol building on Monday, Dec. 21, as protesters attempted to force their way in during the third special legislative session.

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SALEM — The first doses of a COVID-19 vaccine were administered in Oregon on Wednesday, Dec. 16, beginning a process that won’t likely be finished until summer.