The Oregon Department of Transportation has hired a company to review the bridge that could collapse should an earthquake occur.
Companies that rely on America-to-Asia transit find themselves without options.
The Southern Oregon town believes nationally-reported numbers are being blown out of proportion.
The state's third-largest charitable foundation will take a hiatus from the middle of March through the fall.
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