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COVID-19: Four new deaths and 49 new cases reported in…

COVID-19: Four new deaths and 49 new cases reported in…

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State now has 1,181 cases and 33 deaths reported; Washington, Multnomah and Marion counties have most cases
Lone candidate for Clackamas District Attorney talks policy

Lone candidate for Clackamas District Attorney talks policy

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After twenty years as a county prosecutor, John Wentworth has emerged as the presumptive winner of the top job.
Portland-area ER doctor: Social distancing may save Oregon…

Portland-area ER doctor: Social distancing may save Oregon…

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The emergency room physician says it's too soon to prescribe hydroxycloroquine, or to relax social distancing.
Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden will renew effort to enable states to…

Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden will renew effort to enable states to…

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His comments come as Wisconsin proceeds with polling-place election during the virus pandemic.
Feds intercept 100 coronavirus test kits shipped to…

Feds intercept 100 coronavirus test kits shipped to…

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The COVID-19 test kits were not approved by the Food and Drug Administration and prohibited from entering the country.
Lawmakers blast Oregon Health Authority over rural…

Lawmakers blast Oregon Health Authority over rural…

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Hospital revenue has dropped between 40% and 60% and more help is needed so hospitals can stay open.
Multnomah County sees first cases of coronavirus in…

Multnomah County sees first cases of coronavirus in…

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Public health officials declined to say where people were living when diagnosed, but they worry the virus could move through homeless shelters…
Portland-area living rooms, kitchens transform into…

Portland-area living rooms, kitchens transform into…

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Gov. Kate Brown in March ordered the state's public schools to shutter until April 28 to fight virus.
Oregon inmates sue Department of Corrections over COVID…

Oregon inmates sue Department of Corrections over COVID…

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Federal civil rights lawsuit claims the state is not slowing the spread of the virus inside its 14 prisons.
As some U.S. farmers dump milk, Oregon dairies find new…

As some U.S. farmers dump milk, Oregon dairies find new…

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Oregon Dairy Farmers Association head says 'a lot of it is just the supply chain that really is on its head right now.'
Northwest businesses fight confusion and the clock to get…

Northwest businesses fight confusion and the clock to get…

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Many banks weren't ready for the crush of applications, hampered in part by the 11th hour release of rules.
Intel pledges $50 million to aid coronavirus response

Intel pledges $50 million to aid coronavirus response

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Up to $10 million will go toward a fund to support relief projects in communities where Intel operates led by the company's partners and employees.
By the numbers: 64 new COVID-19 cases; 2 deaths

By the numbers: 64 new COVID-19 cases; 2 deaths

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Oregon's recorded tally reaches 1,132 Monday, April 6, after state diverts entire shipment of ventilators to New York.
Hospitals not yet overwhelmed by rush of virus patients

Hospitals not yet overwhelmed by rush of virus patients

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State resumed sharing COVID-19 hospitalization data after unspecified 'data quality' issues.
For people on the streets, relief from elements is scarce…

For people on the streets, relief from elements is scarce…

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For Portland residents who live in public spaces, closures make life particularly challenging - and for some, terrifying.
Inmates in Oregon could be one solution to the face mask…

Inmates in Oregon could be one solution to the face mask…

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Oregon Corrections Enterprises is a self-sustaining business that operates in most state prisons and receives no taxpayer dollars.
Medical experts urge caution as potential COVID-19…

Medical experts urge caution as potential COVID-19…

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'If we don't really know the benefits, I think it's important to seriously contemplate what the potential risks are.'
Could a rent freeze work in Oregon? Landlords, experts are…

Could a rent freeze work in Oregon? Landlords, experts are…

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'It's unfathomable to me that our city officials don't understand the domino effect that this will have.'
Oregon City Farmers Market changes to pre-order drive-thru…

Oregon City Farmers Market changes to pre-order drive-thru…

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Starting from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday April 11, you'll no longer be able to browse vendor booths
Clackamas County kids get free books, bites

Clackamas County kids get free books, bites

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Nonprofit group Clackamas Bookshelf encourages readers at free meal sites during COVID-19 closures
Oregon officials: Wear cloth face mask when out in public

Oregon officials: Wear cloth face mask when out in public

Portland Tribune - News
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and officials in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington counties, share new guidelines.
Oregon COVID-19 cases hit 999, with 4 new deaths reported

Oregon COVID-19 cases hit 999, with 4 new deaths reported

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Health Authority's coronavirus caseload nears 1,000 as more than 65 fall ill in metro area on Saturday, April 4.
Oregon governor avoiding the spotlight during health crisis

Oregon governor avoiding the spotlight during health crisis

Portland Tribune - News
Where is Gov. Kate Brown? It's been five days since her last press conference, and one scheduled for Thursday was canceled.
Oregon reports 73 new COVID-19 cases, one new death

Oregon reports 73 new COVID-19 cases, one new death

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Daily report for April 3: Oregon authorities caution against reliance on fabric masks as cases inch toward 900
How to manage stress, anxiety in time of crisis

How to manage stress, anxiety in time of crisis

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NAMI Clackamas continues to support those experiencing mental health issues
Crowdsourcing coronavirus: Week 2

Crowdsourcing coronavirus: Week 2

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Pamplin Media is calling for submissions as we compile a photo journal of the COVID-19 crisis
Many Oregon hospitals have less than week's supply of…

Many Oregon hospitals have less than week's supply of…

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A chaotic supply chain has left the state's frontline health care workers scrambling to find PPEs.
Medicaid mental health providers see spike in demand

Medicaid mental health providers see spike in demand

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'It's a bit early to tell what the increase might be, but we know there is an increase, and we're prepared for it.'
Busy signals: Oregonians struggle to file for unemployment

Busy signals: Oregonians struggle to file for unemployment

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Oregon's Employment Department is finding it difficult to handle a record number of new claims.
Cats can get coronavirus and pass it to other cats; dogs…

Cats can get coronavirus and pass it to other cats; dogs…

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Chinese scientists studying effects of COVID-19 found that the virus 'replicates poorly' in dogs.

Oregon unemployment claims hit 90,000 in shutdown

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Oregon unemployment claims hit 90,000 in shutdown
State Employment Department hiring more staff to handled expected influx of claims.

From the Publisher: Pamplin temporarily combining…

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From the Publisher: Pamplin temporarily combining…
Our print product looks different, but we're still committed to local journalism

COVID-19: OHA reports 47 new cases, one new death

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COVID-19: OHA reports 47 new cases, one new death
Also notes that one new case reported yesterday was actually in Washington state

Commercial evictions won't be allowed in Oregon,…

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Commercial evictions won't be allowed in Oregon,…
The governor issued a strengthened executive order Wednesday placing a moratorium on evictions for nonpayment.

Why insurers won't cover businesses' coronavirus…

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Why insurers won't cover businesses' coronavirus…
Northwest small-business owners are bracing for a wave of insurance denials after closures.

Costco to limit number of shoppers admitted per…

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Costco to limit number of shoppers admitted per…
The warehouse chain previously implemented other changes, including new weekday closing hours and special hours for members 60 and older.

Strong evidence seen that Oregon's coronavirus…

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Strong evidence seen that Oregon's coronavirus…
A model by University of Washington researchers forecast that Oregon's hospital system will be capable of handling the flow of patients with the…

Survey: Oregonians stressed by COVID-19

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Survey: Oregonians stressed by COVID-19
DHM Research survey shows anxiety is widespread, with most afraid of getting sick and their financial future.

How many Oregonians have recovered from…

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How many Oregonians have recovered from…
The state can't offer the metric that might offer a small consolation to many in the face of a deadly pandemic.Because it has no clue.

West Linn Police Log

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West Linn Police Log
Information for the public safety column comes from the public records of the West Linn Police Department. Authorities recently logged information on…

West Linn family creates protective face shields…

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West Linn family creates protective face shields…
The Cha family has recruited friends, family and neighbors to help make medical protective equipment

COVID-19 projections improve for Oregon, not for…

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COVID-19 projections improve for Oregon, not for…
Peak resource use also predicted to happen later than originally projected, probably early May.

Mt. Scott Community Center to become coronavirus…

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Mt. Scott Community Center to become coronavirus…
Advocates are increasingly calling for it as a way to protect homeless people and enforce social distancing for people living outdoors.

Goodwill lays off more than 2,600 workers, hopes to…

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Goodwill lays off more than 2,600 workers, hopes to…
Well-known local companies such as McMenamins and Powell's Books have laid off most of their employees.

Portland restaurants face panic, frustration as…

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Portland restaurants face panic, frustration as…
The risk of evictions looms, groups are asking for various forms of financial relief.

Hasson Company starts Go Fund Me for meals for…

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Hasson Company starts Go Fund Me for meals for…
Restaurateur, real estate agents come up with plan that benefits food servers, medical staff

Oregon schools shifting to 'distance learning'

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Oregon schools shifting to 'distance learning'
State education department says districts are unlikely to re-open this school year

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has (just) a cold

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Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has (just) a cold
The governor consulted a doctor who 'has advised her that the symptoms do not align with that of coronavirus and has not recommended that she be…

Here's what first look at symptoms of some Oregon…

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Here's what first look at symptoms of some Oregon…
Just more than 100 people in Multnomah County have tested positive, trailing Washington and Marion counties.

Coronavirus forces temporary business closures

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Coronavirus forces temporary business closures
West Linn businesses are thankful for community support during coronavirus outbreak

West Linn continues diversity discussion following…

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West Linn continues diversity discussion following…
The city is pursuing an equity and bias audit and considering forming a diversity task force

Local news in brief

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Local news in brief
City of West Linn sponsors online art contest for kids, plant nurseries offer help to shoppers

Frustrated workers: 'I will be infected' without…

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Frustrated workers: 'I will be infected' without…
Union-organized video conference highlights problems facing state workplaces, medical care professionals on frontlines of the COVID-19 fight.

Are you suddenly your child's teacher? You're not…

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Are you suddenly your child's teacher? You're not…
We've compiled, with the help of teachers, a list of free local and national online resources.

Oregon will begin inspecting workplaces over…

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Oregon will begin inspecting workplaces over…
Hundreds of Oregon workers say their employers are failing to heed the governor's call for social distancing.

Portland-area crafters begin making masks for…

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Portland-area crafters begin making masks for…
Stuck-at-home Portlanders take matters into their own hands to combat a medical mask shortage.

'Don't give up': Operator of senior center with…

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'Don't give up': Operator of senior center with…
Outbreak at Regency Park is second largest at a senior care facility in Oregon and the third largest at a single location.

Intel reports first coronavirus case among Oregon…

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Intel reports first coronavirus case among Oregon…
Intel CEO Bob Swan said its factories in Oregon and elsewhere 'continue to operate on a relatively normal basis' during the outbreak.

Oregon unemployment-claims staff says agency not…

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Oregon unemployment-claims staff says agency not…
Workers there have been spending their days fielding a tsunami of requests from at least 76,000 Oregonians who have been laid off.

Critics warn coronavirus rules could mean sharp…

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Critics warn coronavirus rules could mean sharp…
Advocates say the OLCC left public health out of the equation when alcohol regulations were loosened.

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