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Newcomb sank her third 3-pointer of the second half over the outstretched arms of two Evergreen defenders as the shot clock expired. The Geoducks were unable to get the lead under double digits the rest of the way. Newcomb finished 10-for-16 from the
A megaload of oil refinery equipment bound for the tar sands oil region of western Canada has completed a leg of more than 40 miles in its planned six-day trip through Eastern Oregon. The rig parked south of Pendleton on Tuesday after pulling out of
Protesters locked themselves to a transport rig bearing a 450-ton piece of oil refinery equipment and blocked its departure Sunday night from the Port of Umatilla. It was bound for a tar sands oil development in western Canada. Environmentalists
A prosecutor in Eastern Oregon says he's still deciding whether to file criminal charges almost one year after a fatal bus crash on Interstate 84. Umatilla County District Attorney Dan Primus said the case is "very complex" and he has not convened a
Bureau of Land Management has proposed a range of protections for the greater sage grouse across 10 million acres of federal lands in Eastern Oregon. The draft environmental impact statement issued Friday is part of a larger effort to decide whether
The technological tyranny unleashed by these devices and media systematically enslaves the humans not merely physically but, more alarmingly, mentally and psychologically. At the extreme it is erosion of all cherished human values and dehumanization.
Central Oregon foresters are preparing to solicit bids on salvage logging at the site of the 2012 Pole Creek Fire near Sisters. An advertisement was expected in about a week to announce the sale and set a minimum bid, The Bulletin of Bend (http://bit.
Enrollment at Oregon's seven public universities has leveled off after years of sharp increases during and after the Great Recession. The Oregon University System said Thursday that 103,074 students enrolled for the fall term. That's a record, but it
Ore. Newly unsealed court documents in Oregon show a sledgehammer was used in the October slaying of a retired utility company executive. The records obtained by The Oregonian (http://is.gd/vf5zsc ) reveal 71-year-old Jacqueline Bell of Cedar Mill
Mail Tribune There's plenty to be afraid of on Halloween, but rain shouldn't be on that list for trick-or-treaters Thursday. The National Weather Service says there is a chance of rainfall early in the day in Coos, Douglas and northern Klamath