Good ol’ days; ‘Sad sight’; more
Estate sales are always bittersweet things, and in its own unique way that is certainly the case with the one at landmark Rasmussen Farms.
Church League softball ended another season last week.
Support food labeling; ‘Yes, he ran’
At the request of President Obama, Governor Kate Brown, on July 21, ordered flags lowered to half-staff at all public institutions until sunset on Saturday, July 25 in honor of the victims of the Chattanooga shootings.
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Pet reminder; Honor Roll; Do part
Bear with me a bit as we take a look at how it would be to be confined to a small room.
You can count on the Fair for a blue ribbon experience.
Sometimes the lowest points need our highest vision.
Draw your point by Monday; Keep talking about pot; more
Protect meadow at high prairie, highline safety judos, 'More normal than not', great local arts
At 6:05 p.m. on July 7 the 2015 Oregon Legislative Session came to an end. The final days and hours of a session are filled with the consideration of a huge amount of policy and budget bills that must be passed before the final gavel falls.
Late Tuesday evening. Or maybe it’s Wednesday now, because it’s 1:45 a.m. It’s hot. Well, of course it’s hot. We’ve got the windows open in our bedroom, and I’m awake because something as of yet unidentified has woken me up.
Vacation homes boost economy; Parade thanks
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