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Oregon State’s Tristan Gebbia Won’t Let Pandemic Become A Barrier As He Tries To Become The Beavers’ Next Starting QB | Sports

Oregon State quarterback Tristan Gebbia had already planned to spend spring break in Southern California when the pandemic struck in mid-March. A spring break week turned into April and May. It was not until the beginning of June that Gebbia returned to Corvallis. Three months later, not much has changed. …

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Austin Animal Center’s policy of limiting the intake of stray animals may be here to stay

Austin Animal Center’s policy of limiting the intake of stray animals may be here to stay Currently, the shelter is asking the public to help stray animals return home or let them try it out on their own, citing a recent study showing community members are more than twice as …

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OSU Hires New Wheat Extension Officer | Business

THE DALLES – Oregon State University has hired a new extension agent for dryland wheat growers in Wasco and Sherman counties. Jacob Powell, 29, took office on September 30 after spending a year as coordinator of the Sherman County Area Watershed Council. He replaces Sandy Macnab, who retired in 2016 …

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Oregon Bag Ban Is A Scandal: Confusion Over New 5-Cent Fee For Paper Bags | Local & State

As the clock struck midnight on New Years Eve, a new Oregon law came into effect banning plastic shopping bags statewide and introducing a 5-cent charge on bags in paper in many retail situations. House Bill 2509 is changing the way people do all kinds of business in Oregon. The …

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Food Synergy: Matching Foods for the Healthiest Benefit Health

The fats in avocados bring out the lycopene in tomatoes. Lycopene is an antioxidant known as the carotenoid, “which reduces the risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease,” according to a Men’s Health article based on several medical studies on food synergy. Orange juice high in vitamin C and unprocessed oatmeal …

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Fall River Catholic Diocese credibly publishes names of accused priests

1. General Assembly leaders have not made a commitment to return this fall for a special session, but it seems likely they will. House of Commons Speaker Joe Shekarchi and Senate Speaker Dominick Ruggerio were able to close the regular session on an unusually calm note, in part because they …

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RISP responds to 3 separate fatal accidents in 20 minutes on I-95

PROVIDENCE, RI (WPRI) – Rhode Island State Police (RISP) said they responded to three separate fatal crashes 20 minutes apart early Sunday morning on I-95. The first accident happened on I-95 North near the Branch Ave area in Providence at around 1:30 am When soldiers arrived at the scene, they …

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Some Receive COVID-19 Vaccine Early in Deschutes County | Coronavirus

Nothing would make Anne Yost more happy than getting the COVID-19 vaccine. At 65, she is far from eligible. Still, she hears from friends and reads stories about other people who may have slipped under the radar of vaccine guidelines set by the Oregon Health Authority and received a dose …

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New exemption allows parents in Texas to collect school meals without the child present

Texas – Texas Department of Agriculture received a waiver clearance to allow schools in Texas to provide meals during school closings related to the COVID-19 coronavirus without compromising children. According to a press release of the department, the new USDA the waivers are designed to relax the federal meal program …

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