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October 24th, 2014

November is a big month for bloggers and writers, with thousands of folks taking part in NaNoWriMo or NaBloPoMo. Wondering, "NaMo what?" Read on!

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Once again, guest photographer Tom Miller brings us a cool shot of an old rundown structure. I don’t know how he finds them, but I’m sure glad he does. The post The Angel Opens Her Eyes appeared first on

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October 23rd, 2014

Giant drops and #peaceful sound. Loving it #PDX #rainA video posted by Chris O'Rourke (@corourke) on Oct 10, 2014 at 1

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This is the back of a building. A blue building. The back of it. I think I mentioned that. Yeah. So… building. I like it. The building itself is rather old, dating back to 1912, according to a date written on one of the corners of the structure. The front of the place faces 3rd […] The post

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Minnow is a light, simple theme that puts your social presence front and center, while Cols is a novel theme that lets you tell your stories without the layout getting in the way.

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Perhaps, after all, romance did not come into one’s life with pomp and blare, like a gay knight riding down; perhaps it crept to one’s side like an old friend through quiet ways; perhaps it revealed itself in seeming prose, until some sudden shaft of illumination flung athwart its pages betrayed the rhythm and the [R

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October 22nd, 2014

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — A masked gunman killed a soldier standing guard at Canada's war memorial Wednesday, then stormed Parliament in an attack that was stopped cold when he was shot to death …

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Local writer Abby Metzger joins Oregon writers for the Magic Barrel: A Reading To Fight Hunger

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Sports tend to bring out hate in even the most introspective and civilized of fans. Whether your team is playing their long-time rival, or a pitiful underdog, there's always room to hate. Fun fact:

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10 of our favorite stories from across all of WordPress.

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The Cal Golden Bears aren't as terrible as they were last season, but it'll still be an uphill battle on Friday when Jared Goff and Cal take on the Oregon Ducks at Levi's Stadium. It's a quick turn

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Laura Gaskill at Houzz shares information about sectionals:10 Reasons to Love Big, Comfy Sectionals

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With thousands of students coming to Corvallis in September, police expect some types of crime to increase. But Corvallis Police were surprised to see the number of bike thefts double this Sep…

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These trees on the corner of 3rd. and Fir St. are right pretty most of the year, but they were especially pretty when I saw them a few days ago, with the morning light illuminating the leaves. I wish I had more time to go out and go autumn leaf hunting. I hope I can […] The post

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Eating a pear that has been properly grown, ripened, and stored can be one of life’s most fabulous culinary experiences. And except for the apple, I can’t think of a single other fruit that is…

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A tour of spooky sites promises tales at each stop, including Albany Civic Theater, where  paranormal investigators hunted for ghosts last Friday

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The odds of an Ebola outbreak happening in Benton County are astronomically small, but if the disease does crop up here, county health officials say they’re ready for it.

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Your daily collection of Oregon Duck links. Highlights (from Tuesday's practice report)

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October 21st, 2014

The number of national championship contenders in college football is dwindling down. For Oregon, the task is simple: Win out and they’ll likely sneak into the 4-team playoff. Still, much of Oregon’s p

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Oregon State University held its first major public outreach session for the update of its district plan Tuesday at the LaSells Stewart Center.

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Dustin Stanton made a quick appearance at right tackle for the Oregon State football team last week.

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The OC is focusing on recruiting right now. We are working on an issue but it is a slower process with only a few at the oars. If your interested in being a writer or artist and getting published stop by the office Mondays at 6:00P.M in EMU South 137.

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RAD Wheels have been influential in changing the style of downhill skateboarding for years and now even RAD is being influenced! Two of the fastest and gnarliest downhill skateboarders out there have all new Pro Model RAD Wheels. First we have the Adam Persson RAD Influence Wheel. This wheel is a 70mm tall, has a

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I don’t think it’s any secret that Portland knows its beverages. With a thriving brewing and distilling scene, we’re lucky to have a wealth of knowledge within arms reach. And any number of bartenders and mixologist who are willing to help us with those decisions. But sometimes, you could use a little help

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Like any startup accelerator, PIE likes to make its demo days as accessible as it possibly can. We always host it in a big theater. But that sold out quickly, this year. So we added a simulcast venue thanks to our friends at eBay Portland. But now both of those venues are standing room only.

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By Ted Wheeler of Portland, Oregon. Ted is Oregon’s State Treasurer and a sixth generation Oregonian. As you consider your vote, I urge you to vote Yes on Measure 86. All Oregonians should have a shot at a college education an

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Every week we will be breaking down a few plays from the previous week's game. This week we will be taking a look at how the Ducks were able to keep drives alive and win their 11th consecutive game against

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Cal games have often been odd and unpredictable, but this week holds few surprises. Expect big pass plays, domination on offense and a solid Oregon win. FEI is the

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It makes sense. As the cry of “We need more talent!” gets louder and louder, many groups are stepping up to fill that gap. And to help teach people to code. The latest addition to Portland is Code Fellows, a coding school headquartered in Seattle that has recently expanded to the Rose City. For Portland

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SWEET HOME — What 17-year-old Sadi Riggs lacks in mobility, she makes up for in spirit, and as her fellow Sweet Home High Husky cheerleaders will attest — decibles.

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Portland likes its Bitcoin. There’s little doubt. With any number of folks in town exploring Bitcoin—in typical Portland hobbyist fashion. And now a number of those efforts are translating into mature solutions. With interesting business potential. Portland’s Paydici revealed one such experiment today with

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Nearly two dozen artists from five states are joining forces to preserve the memory of Albany’s historic white oaks through the wood of the trees themselves.

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A look back to the day my Oregon fandom became what it is today, and will be forever. Eighteen years old, with an eyebrow piercing and poor interpersonal skills, walking across the Autzen Fo

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Guest photographer Tom Miller brings the pretty with this lovely autumn shot of the Santiam River. It must have been awesome to actually be there. Thanks, Tom! I’m asking for help This is nothing something I want to have to do, but I need help. My cat, Butler (that’s him at right), suddenly became very [̷

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For the last several election cycles, Congressman Kurt Schrader has faced tough (-ish) opposition. But here in 2014, it's been a bit of a snooze-fest. Daily Kos Elections

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by Dan Lucas In a recent endorsement of Gov. Kitzhaber for a 4th term as Oregon Governor, the Statesman Journal Editorial Board wrote “A key example is how Kitzhaber worked with the Legislature to have a successful, bipartisan special session …

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By Taxpayer Association Oregon PAC The Taxpayer Association of Oregon PAC has produced a special “small race” Voters Guide because these smaller nonpartisan races lack funds & media attention to adequately communicate with voters.  These races get ignored when they …

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October 20th, 2014

In a major victory for community activists who have complained about infill developments in established neighborhoods, the Corvallis City Council voted Monday night to reject a two-unit projec…

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Managing your sites just became faster and easier.

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Team and individual high school cross-country district titles will be up for grabs Wednesday, and Corvallis and Crescent Valley will be right in the thick of it as usual.

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On a drizzly Friday afternoon Stro Strohmeyer was on the job outside the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house on Northwest Harrison Boulevard.

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In this election, Oregon residents have the opportunity to vote Yes on Measure 88, affirming the bi-partisan actions taken by the Oregon legislature and Governor Kitzhaber in 2013 to extend the right to drive to all people living in our state. This law would have ensured that recent immigrants, the elderly temporary work

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A young group of receivers just got a little younger.

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Good thing whoever tried to booby trap a trailhead leading into Forest Park just south of that one cemetery up on NW Skyline Boulevard doesn't see

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Welcome back to The Walking Dead Chitty-Chat Club where we recap last night's episode—which really TOOK A BITE out a ce

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I feel really bad for my office mate - her very sick friend passed Friday afternoon. Buuuuuuuut since clocking in at 8am today - ALL she has done is called friends to let them know she passed, (which has lead to sobbing and very personal conversations about this woman to play out at her desk, around four of us), and call

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It's really not too awful riding to work in the dark and rainy weather -but then there's you. And you, and you. Don't get me wrong, I'm glad you use a light – you would be even more of an asshole if you didn't – and perhaps a blinking light does save battery life. But, really: Blinkety BLINK blink blink Blinkety b

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Female, 42, just dumped by the 48-year-old man I've been dating for six months. It started out as a Craigslist "Casual Encounter" and turned into something wonderful, caring, monogamous/exclusive from early on, and the first opportunity I've ever had to explore D/s (I'm the "s"). He "met someone new." My bur

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J. RODDY WALSTON AND THE BUSINESS, FLY GOLDEN EAGLE(Doug Fir, 830 E Burnside) See My, What a Busy Week!

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The rumors are true: Sleater-Kinney are coming back. As we surmised back in December of last year, 2014 is indeed the year of the S-K reunion—well, 2015 to be exact. The Port

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