USDA Reports Another Dry Winter for Oregon

Oregon’s dry spell has continued into the new year, causing concern for local agriculture in 2020.     According to the Natural Resources Conservation Servi...

Kell’s Kitchen Says Goodbye

Local food truck Kell’s Kitchen has closed. In his farewell posts on social media, owner Dave Kell attributed the closure to changed city rules, and growing co...

Clarno Under Fire From Oregon DOJ

On December 19, The Oregon Department of Justice filed a brief against Secretary of State Bev Clarno regarding her dismissal of three ballot measures earlier t...

Fairbanks Gallery Exhibition: Brenda Mallory

“Found and Formed,” an exhibition of artwork by Brenda Mallory, will be on display Jan. 6-29 at the Fairbanks Gallery of Art at Oregon State University.   ...

OSU Finds New Uses for Vitamin D

Oregon State University researchers have led the development of a new model for studying vitamin D’s role in infection prevention, and tests using the model su...

Vape Manufacturers Sued by U of O Student

The controversy surrounding vaping in the state of Oregon continues, as a student at the University of Oregon has filed a class action lawsuit against vape man...

Non-affiliated Voters on the Rise in Oregon

While traditional political party registration is falling in Oregon, the number of non-affiliated voters continues to grow, according to figures from the Secre...

OSU Studies Grizzly Bear Feeding Patterns

It’s a familiar scene to anyone who’s watched footage of brown bears catching sockeye salmon in Alaska: They’re standing knee-deep in a rushing river, usually ...

Les Schwab up for Sale

On December 24, Oregon tire giant Les Schwab confirmed that they had hired Goldman Sachs to sell the company, which Bloomberg News estimates to be worth $3 bil...

Oregon Lab Animals up for Adoption in 2020

The new year will bring new opportunities for rescue animals, thanks to Oregon Senate Bill 638. The legislation was first proposed by a fifth-grade class at El...