Tag: oregon

Would You Risk It? Golfers Play Next To Massive Oregon Wildfire

In Oregon, a group of golfers was caught “playing as it lies” in front of a massive wildfire burning behind them. This photo, courtesy...

How To Spend 72 Hours In Portland: McMenamin’s, Donuts And Gardens

“Keep Portland Weird!” This is the motto and slogan by which many Portlanders live and that they embrace with a fiery passion. From the...

Is it Time for the Pacific Northwest to Prepare for a...

A major earthquake may hit the Pacific Northwest sooner rather than later. A magnitude 8.0 to 9.0 earthquake occurs roughly every 200 to 500...

Kids File Lawsuit Against US Government For Climate Change Inaction

The phrase "the children are our future" gets tossed around a lot. It's not only a Whitney Houston lyric, it's also an ever-popular slogan...

Oregon Is Putting An End To Coal

Oregon has made United States environmental history, and has taken a giant leap forward for clean energy. The state legislature recently passed a bill...

Black Activists Wonder: Why So Soft on Oregon Occupiers?

On January 2, a group of armed Americans took possession of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, an empty federal wildlife refuge building in Burns, Oregon....

Pesticide-Free Pot in Colorado Is Future of Marijuana Industry

As recreational marijuana becomes commonplace in Colorado and Oregon, state requirements are becoming more strict. The use of any old pesticide to cultivate marijuana...

Chipotle E. Coli Source Remains a Mystery, but They Reopen Anyway

There have been 50 reported cases of E. coli from Oregon and Washington Chipotle restaurants, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

Chipotle E. Coli Cases Expected to Increase as Source Remains a...

The Washington State Health Department issued a press release on October 31 warning those who have eaten at Chipotle in Washington to see their...

Bubonic Plague Infects Oregon Teen on Hunting Trip

Every so often the bubonic plague pops up in the United States, this time in Oregon. On October 29, Oregon health officials confirmed that...
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