Troopers, firefighters sue Democrat Oregon Gov. Kate Brown for vaccine mandate

U.S. 09/06/21, 16:08

A coalition of Oregon troopers and firefighters are suing Gov. Kate Brown (D) for forcing them to be fully vaccinated against the Chinese Communist Party virus (COVID-19). The lawsuit is asking Jefferson County Circuit Court to declare the governor's August executive order, which mandates COVID-19 immunization, is "unenforceable." The Oregon Fraternal Order of ...

A Thousand homes threatened by nation’s largest wildfire in North California

News 08/16/21, 15:55

A nation's largest wildfire endangered thousands of homes in Northern California on Sunday, Aug. 15, with temperatures predicted to reach 100 degrees (38 degrees Celsius), while authorities cautioned that the risk of new fires emerging across the West was high due to unpredictable weather. The Dixie Fire, which had been blazing ...

Oregon school board votes to forbid LGBTQ and BLM flags

U.S. 08/12/21, 18:15

An Oregon school district on Tuesday, Aug. 10, reached a vote to stop BLM, pride, and other political materials from school campuses, including signs, flags, symbols, apparel, and more. The decision was made to provide a less divisive environment at school, said Newberg school board director and vice-chair Brian Shannon, who ...

Gigantic 100-pound tropical fish washes up at Oregon beach

U.S. 07/21/21, 02:31

A large colorful fish mysteriously appeared on Sunset Beach, Oregon. State authorities confirmed the specimen is rare since it usually thrives in tropical waters. Seaside Aquarium confirmed the peculiar discovery in a social media post after receiving an anonymous report about 8:00 a.m, on July 14. The Opah, also known as ...

Scorching heatwave leads to rampaging wildfires in multiple Western states

U.S. 07/12/21, 05:31

As broiling heatwave hits the Western region of the United States and brings the temperature to a record high, many states are now struggling with wildfires. By Sunday, July 11, residents were instructed to evacuate and a major highway was temporarily closed due to the intensified blazes that firefighters struggled to ...

All members of the Portland Rapid Response Team have resigned

U.S. 06/18/21, 19:33

The unit responsible for controlling public unrest and protests in Portland lost all of its members on Wednesday, June 16, including all of the officers, sergeants, and detectives, due to a group resignation.  The members lost all of their desire to remain in the Portland Police Bureau’s Rapid Response Team following ...

Oregon considers making the mask requirement permanent, and people are angry

U.S. 04/19/21, 03:09

Oregon officials were reportedly considering making the state's stringent workplace mask mandates permanent. However, other states, such as Florida and Texas, had lifted theirs in the wake of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus or COVID-19 vaccine launch. According to the plan, the liberal state must keep the laws in place ...

Oregon man pulls gun after being assaulted by Antifa, cop detains him

U.S. 03/30/21, 01:28

Authorities arrested a man after he pulled a gun on a group of Antifa rioters who allegedly smashed his pickup truck's taillights, sprayed his windshield with paint, and maced him during a riot in Salem, Oregon, on Sunday, March 28. The altercation was one of many that occurred near the state ...

Winter storm threatens to scramble Thanksgiving travel plans

U.S. 11/27/19, 11:59

A day after bringing havoc to the Rocky Mountains, a powerful winter storm rolled across the Midwest on Wednesday, threatening to scramble Thanksgiving plans for millions of people during one of the busiest travel weeks of the year. The storm, which was blamed for one death and hundreds of canceled flights, ...

Update: California, Oregon brace for ‘bomb cyclone’

U.S. 11/26/19, 10:40

The Latest on the wintry weather in the U.S. (all times local): 1:20 p.m. Northern California and southern Oregon residents are bracing for a “bomb cyclone” weather phenomenon that’s expected at one of the busiest travel times of the year. Martin Rabago shovel snow from a walkway in Scottsbluff, Neb., Tuesday, Nov. 26, ...

Colorful Columbia Sportswear Co. chairwoman Gert Boyle dies

U.S. 11/03/19, 18:43

Gert Boyle, the colorful chairwoman of Oregon-based Columbia Sportswear Co. who starred in ads proclaiming her as "One Tough Mother," died Sunday. She was 95. Company spokeswoman Mary Ellen Glynn did not disclose the cause of death. Boyle, who was chairwoman of the company board of directors, died at a Portland, ...

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