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Challenges for salmon habitats, carbon neutrality, differing cultural norms and more

Happy Friday! As we head into the weekend, take a look at just a few of the things you might have missed in this week's edition of the Review:

— A culvert near Highway 43 impedes salmon from entering Tryon Creek from the Willamette River.

— Some city councilors want to push up the target date for Lake Oswego to be carbon neutral — by 20 years.

— In Pakistani culture, it is considered disrespectful to look older people in the eye.

— 89% of attackers at schools have displayed "concerning behaviors" before the attack.

— Heading into a showdown at the Three Rivers League district meet Feb. 14-15, the Lake Oswego and Lakeridge High School boys swim teams were dead even: unbeaten in the regular season and having tied 85-85 in their dual meet.

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