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Three generations of far-flinging experts

August 08, 2018 Sandy Post - Sports David Ball
The Gordien family has a long tradition of tossing metal objects a mind-boggling distance

Eastwind runners chase after billy goat

August 01, 2018 Sandy Post - Sports David Ball
Eastwind Running Club offers special challenges to encourage runners to push their limits


JUST IMMIGRATION REFORM:Real solutions set aside fear, embrace shared ambitions

July 10, 2018 Gresham Outlook - Opinion Eduardo Morales
Eddy Morales says unwarranted fear and a romanticized view of the past drive today's anti-immigrant mindset. Morales wants to counter that image with a reminder that immigrants have formed the backbone of America.

No grizzly bears or rattlesnakes,but yes-yikes!-we do have ticks

July 03, 2018 Sandy Post - Opinion Paul Keller
Sandy Post columnist Paul Keller, author of Beneath Wy'east, is sounding the alarm on the tiny, bloodsucking, disease-carrying predators living in forests of Western Oregon - blacklegged ticks. They're small. They're hungry. They're tenacious. And they're coming after you.


Happy 20th, Pickathon!

August 10, 2018 Shannon O. Wells
Blind Boys of Alabama, Built to Spill, Black Pumas, Lost Bayou Ramblers and many more wow the crowds at eclectic Happy Valley music festival

Celebrate history, huckleberries at festival

August 08, 2018 Brittany Allen
Cascade Geographic Society gets ready for weekend event at Rhododendron village

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Test results expected soon on algae scum found in Willamette River downtown

August 13, 2018 Steve Law
Oregon Health Authority issued a recreational health advisory from Ross Island lagoon all the way downstream to Cathedral Park.

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August 13, 2018 Pamplin Media Group
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