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  • Gun group aims to recall Oregon lawmakers
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    Please include pink floyd to the recall list.

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  • The barber is back
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    a lot of people do not think barbers should be paid a lot of money for a haircut but thet need to realize we have to pay for our own insurance thanks to obama sorry could not resist anyways our rent , utilities, tools equipment, insurance on property and still make a profit and we are professionals in a trade so next time somebody [blocked]es about price let him know this, just had to share this

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  • Pendleton Woolen Mills' new CEO spins company into the future
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    Sorry to see the product line in your Seaside outlet store such low quality, not what I thought of when i think of Pendleton.

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  • Gun background-check bill passes Senate
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    this bill will do nothing to curb crime and gun violence. Criminals don't care about laws and our people in Salem don't get it. Wonder where Bloomberg's money ended up?????

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  • The barber is back
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    we barbers are professionals and we did go to school to learn our craft, we are not barbers that live by clipper guards, amateurs use clipper guards, we cut clipper over comb the way real barbers do it, keep it going in oregon cut on,

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  • Combined Transport keeps on trucking
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    Proud of Mike Card. He is an American success story. A good example of what can happen when education, opportunity, hard work and forward thinking come together. I was honored to work with them in their first two decades.

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  • Pendleton Woolen Mills' new CEO spins company into the future
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    If you are the CEO of Pendleton and you don't have the skills to market Pendletion, then you should go elsewhere, you should be ashamed and embarassed. No one in my family will ever buy Pendleton again as long as one item it puts their name on says made in China. There is more to life than money, so sad this CEO doesn't have the knowledge to realize this.

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  • Gold-n-Soft margarine celebrates 40 years
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    Always the last to know! We just returned from four months in Mexico and found only this fake Gold n Soft product o the shelves at my favorite Winco store. All these comments and no response. I will be changing brands with a lot of other people so it seems.

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  • 6 development projects reshaping Bend
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    It's deja vu all over again.

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  • Romanian immigrants dominate adult foster care niche
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    Good adult care home owners... including and ESPECIALLY ROMANIAN adult care home owner go above an beyond all the time to help people. Thank you "guest" for sharing your story... There are many many many other instances that "Romanians" have gone above and beyond! Taking risks of their own just to get their resident to the doctor or an appointment because their own family was not available to take them to a critical doctor appointment or the ...

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  • Romanian immigrants dominate adult foster care niche
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    I am 45yrs old male, I have had medical issues and on march 9th 2015 my adpendiex had to removed, since that time I have to use a cane to walk, I am going through being placed in a home that people are saying is bad. I suffer with lung issues and get tired very quickly. Medicare and bethal home care is working in getting me into this care. The case worker called this afternoon and said that the lady that ran the home wanted to help me and wanted to ...

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  • Can small be large?
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    Hi Linda, the timing of your question is great - you can hear all about Ecotrust's ideas regarding export and domestic agriculture issues at an upcoming public food forum: Opening the Black Box, 5/14, 5:30-8:30pm, Ecotrust, $15. Details here: http://www.ecotrust.org/project/food-forums/

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  • Measure 91: What Oregon Businesses Need to Know
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    To the person asking the question " Will it be legal for an employer to allow consumption of marijuana at work? Like have a designated and ventilated spot for employees to use and set time limits to ensure no one is driving home stoned?" I hate to point out the obvious, but if an employer is not allowing alcohal to be consumed at the workplace, why would anyone ever even suggest they allow marijuana? The effects of this drug last even longer than ...

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  • Portland is the 10th-worst city for traffic jams in the nation
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    It clearly sounds like they are measuring the right thing: congestion and free traffic flow, not how compact a city is. It is well known that when running queueing models as utilization rates increase so do blocking rates: congestion and compactness go hand in hand. As it is now, trying to head virtually any directon out of downtown in the afternoon is a mess. There is a reason for this. If we want to end congestion what we should be doing is ...

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  • Pot expert says no need for Oregon farmers to boost yield
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    ". . .The memo, authored by Brent Kenyon of Southern Oregon Alt.states very clearly: "We are still in the process of making sure stakeholders have a clear understanding of the proposalitems below to allow the committee to move forward, but felt comfortable at this juncture to share our initial thoughts with you. We request that a small workgroup be formed that includes: legislators, stakeholders including the three of us, OLCC, and OMMP to discuss ...

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  • The Dalles makes a comeback
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    If you think The Dalles is the next best thing to the Emerald City, it's not. Neither is it the little Detroit of the West. This is a real, working town with its share of successes, failures, opportunities and challenges. It's also a town with an abundance of energy and enthusiasm. Look in almost any direction and you'll see something that the hard-working people of this town have done to make it better. Check out the construction site of the new ...

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  • The Dalles makes a comeback
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    We moved to The Dalles 10 years ago to start a business and have absolutely loved it here. It's a beautiful river town, with amazing vistas, farmland, cherry blossoms and SUNSHINE. We have so enjoyed the friendly people here and the historic downtown. This is a "can-do" town that has created much by people working together across party lines to revitalize downtown, build a new dock to attract riverboats and much more. During the Great Recession, The ...

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  • Background checks on private gun sale bill introduced
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    Another worthless piece of legislation from pink Floyd and crew. More do nothing, help no one, impossible to enforce bills passed by the libtard politicos.

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  • Bill in Oregon Senate would require health plans to pay for abortion
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    Almost hilarious. Senator Steiner Hayward states: "Women's bodies are our choices". "Our bodies are our bodies and it's not up to the government to tell us what to do with them." Yet she brings forth legislation (read government telling a business what to do - if passed) requiring specific procedures to be covered in the State of Oregon. Just how is that helping our state as a whole? Is it bringing in new businesses? Is it providing additional ...

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  • Deschutes Co. growing at one of the fastest rates in the country
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    progress is organic...if it doesn't grow, it wilts away. We suffer here badly when we are in a recession, so we have to think long-term and embrace growth.

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  • Cylvia Hayes breaks silence with shots at media via social media
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    I think all those who are guilty but have gotten away with hoodwinking the public feel this way, congratulations to the news media for reporting, sorry Kate Brown is still going after those who leaked the emails, even though she publicly applauded those who tell the public when they see our elected officials doing wrong. I think MaNam Sheila the "black widow" of the Rashnesh Puram made similar claims before she was caught red handed trying to ...

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  • The Dalles makes a comeback
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    This article makes The Dalles sound way better than it really is to live here. Making only (less than) 3/4 of what the surrounding areas make, The Dalles is really where people go to wait for their death. It's a town designed for those who are either in assisted living or nursing homes and the leaders, where they sound like they're forward thinking in this article, don't seem to have the fire lit under their hind quarters to change much of anything.

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  • Cylvia Hayes breaks silence with shots at media via social media
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    She linked to Lewinsky's talk about "public humiliation" and "shame." Too bad her actions show that she obviously doesn't know the meaning of those words. Here are a couple of new words Ms. Hayes: Prison, Income Tax Evasion, Grifter, Bankruptcy.

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  • Cylvia Hayes breaks silence with shots at media via social media
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    Ms Hayes, aka the First Shack Up blames the media rather than her own unseemly actions for the downfall of the Kitz Administration. That she obfuscated, tried to dispose of records in the dump, lied to Kitz, to the Media and to the people of Oregon must be irrelevant. The entire episode is like a bad soap opera and an embarrassment to our state. Enough of those awful people. I cannot wait to see them both frog marched to prison.

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  • Romanian immigrants dominate adult foster care niche
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    Can someone tell me in the last 70 years per say what bickering and complaining has added to the human race,it will be a pleasure to know that and I can surely use that in life if it works!!

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  • The Dalles makes a comeback
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    I am long time resident of The Dalles. I grew up here and love it. I never left and have started my businesses here. The Dalles should be known as Pioneer City. The Name speaks for itself and needs no tagline.

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  • Kitzhaber says he would like to remain active in civic affairs
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    Just what we need an coyote in the hen house....

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  • Tweeting Portland's State of the City address
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    Sorry, but I have lost all context of Mayor Hales address trying to wade through the cute tweets. I have no idea what he said and this is really juvenile for a serious presentation.

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