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Salem-News.com (Jul-17-2017 22:00)

Crashed Truckload of Slimy Hagfish Will be Remembered Always

Last Thursday, Oregon coast travelers learned that when Hagfish become stressed, they secrete a slime. That'll be hard to forget.

(LINCOLN CITY, Ore.) - Oregon hagfish When Oregon State Police and emergency workers responded to a multi-vehicle crash at noon last Thursday, little did they know that there was a slime-fest waiting.

It all began when a 1993 Mitsubishi truck was traveling northbound on US Highway 101 near milepost 131, approaching roadway construction. An ODOT flagger had northbound traffic stopped, but Mr. Tragale was unable to stop the vehicle- or the load he was hauling.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-06-2017 22:15)

All Invited to Oregon`s Beach Bill 50th Birthday Bash Saturday

Celebrate Oregon's Beach Bill, making the coastline open to all

(SALEM, Ore.) - Oregon beach bill This is the year to celebrate Oregon's beautiful--and singularly protected--beaches. It's the 50th anniversary of Oregon's Beach Bill, signed into law in July 1967 to safeguard beaches from development.

But it easily could have been a different story. When lawmakers first introduced it, the bill faced steep opposition. Ultimately Oregonians fought for their beloved beaches. 50 years later, this beach is yours and mine and everyone's, to treasure and protect, forever.

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Salem-News.com (May-17-2017 17:30)

Reduce Oregon Wildfire Threats with Simple Ideas

Wildfire Awareness Month reminds us to prevent fires with planning.

(SALEM, Ore.) - burn barrel May is Wildfire Awareness Month and the ideal time to reduce the excess vegetation around your home that could pose a wildfire threat.

As you begin spring clean-up, Keep Oregon Green, the Oregon Department of Forestry and the Oregon Office of State Fire Marshal urge you to consider chipping or recycling your yard debris.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-22-2017 16:30)

Merkley Calls on Americans to Resist Trump`s Dangerous Tilt Toward Authoritarianism

Senator denounces Trump’s attacks on judiciary and opponents, scapegoating of minorities

(WASHINGTON D.C.) - Senator Merkley "He has inflamed people’s anger toward immigrants, toward religious minorities, toward refugees. And he has undermined or attacked individuals who publicly stand up to him and the shortcomings of his policies,” Merkley said.

“These are strategies of authoritarian leaders throughout history, and are incompatible with our government. We must call out these strategies, and we must resist these strategies.”

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Salem-News.com (Mar-21-2017 17:20)

Take the Family Fishing in Oregon in 2017

ODFW free fishing events make it easy, especially for mom & dad!

(SALEM, Ore.) - family fishing The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife invites Oregon families to come fishing at one of 28 free Family Fishing events scheduled throughout the state this spring and summer.

The season will kick off April 1 (no joke) at Canby Pond and events will continue almost weekly into the summer.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-21-2017 16:11)

Dr. Homer H. Harris House listed in the National Register of Historic Places

The Harris House joins nearly 300 single family properties in Portland individually listed in the National Register.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Dr Harris House The Dr. Harris House was designed in the Northwest Regional style by designer/builder Wilbur Mark Perrault and constructed in 1957 in the Council Crest neighborhood of Portland’s southwest hills.

Harris was an innovator in the emerging field of forensic pathology. Before taking on the position of Director of the crime lab, Harris apprenticed with the chief medical examiner of New York City, learning the latest technics in forensic medicine and crime investigation.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-06-2017 15:15)

Salem City Club Presents: A Profile of Salem`s Homeless Population And Our Unique Challenges

Learn details about the "Salem Project" and other options to help the Homeless.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Ron Hays The Salem City Club invites you to join us Friday, March 17 at the Willamette Heritage Center for our luncheon and program, "A Profile of Salem's Homeless Population and Our Unique Challenges."

Jimmy Jones, Ph.D., director of the Arches program, and Ron Hays, director of Community Resource Trust, will discuss the needs, differences and similarities of several groups among the homeless community.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-13-2017 18:41)

Stranded Loggerhead Sea Turtle Passes Away

Loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) are one of the rarer species of sea turtle to strand on Oregon beaches

(NEWPORT, Ore.) - Loggerhead sea turtle has died The cold-stunned loggerhead sea turtle that came to the Oregon Coast Aquarium Sunday morning has unfortunately succumbed to its injuries.

The animal was found washed ashore at Crescent Beach in Ecola State Park on Saturday. Staff from Seaside Aquarium recovered the animal and assisted in transferring it to Newport Sunday morning.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-02-2017 12:04)

The Oil War Is Only Just Getting Started

In the next couple of months, official production figures will point to who's winning this round of the oil wars.

(LONDON) - oil rig It's been a month now that investors and analysts have been closely watching two main drivers for oil prices: how OPEC is doing with the supply-cut deal, and how U.S. shale is responding to fifty-plus-dollar oil with rebounding drilling activity.

Those two main factors are largely neutralizing each other, and are putting a floor and a cap to a price range of between $50 and $60.

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Salem-News.com (Jan-26-2017 17:34)

USGS Uses State-of-the-Art Science to Estimate Nutrient and Suspended-Sediment Loads in the Klamath Basin

They can estimate phosphorus and suspended-sediment loads to Upper Klamath Lake.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - USGS Large algal blooms are attributed to high phosphorus concentrations in the lake during the summer causing numerous water-quality problems.

The blooms are considered a contributor to survival problems for the endangered Lost River and shortnose suckers, which are culturally significant fish for the Klamath Tribes located near the lake.

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