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June 28, 2016 eClips

* Bullseye Glass fined for illegally dumping big glass shards in sewer * Oregon Department of Energy director calls tax credits an economic development success * University of Oregon gets $6 million gift for speech, family therapy clinic * Immigration … Continue reading

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June 27, 2016 OSL eClips

* Renewed optimism for salmon recovery — Guest Opinion * Oregon gun sales skyrocket after Orlando shooting * Improve safety but let oil trains roll through Oregon — Opinion * Logging plan promises more harm than good — Guest Opinion … Continue reading

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June 24, 2016 OSL eClips

* Kate Brown renews call for oil train moratorium * Backers of initiative to boost Oregon’s high school graduation rate turn in 125,000 signatures * Oregon State Bar investigating Amanda Marshall for misconduct * Sturgeon fishing cut on Columbia, expanded … Continue reading

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June 23, 2016 OSL eClips

* Union Pacific to resume sending oil trains through Columbia River Gorge * 45 percent of Portland school’s faucets break lead limits * About 300 gallons of diesel fuel leak from train in Columbia River Gorge, official confirms * Reports … Continue reading

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June 22, 2016 OSL eClips

* Hundreds of gallons of diesel likely leak from train traveling in Columbia River Gorge, official says * Portland area unemployment rate unchanged, but number of jobs falls * Groups to Oregon: Marbled murrelets need endangered species protections * Gov. … Continue reading

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June 21, 2016 OSL eClips

* Angry residents challenge inconclusive air pollution study in N Portland * Alleged DUII driver was home free upon crossing border into Oregon, despite WSP trooper who tailed him * Kate Brown, the invisible candidate: Editorial — Opinion * Lawmakers … Continue reading

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June 20, 2016 OSL eClips

* EPA should ensure that mining companies pay for cleanup — Guest Opinion * A message given to Salem refugees: you are welcome here * Oregon DA is gunning for justice in review of convictions * Why Oregon’s Owyhee deserves … Continue reading

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June 14, 2016 OSL eClips

State Library eClips * Oregon couple turns tables on Fish and Wildlife with viral letter * Top 32 causes of death in Oregon * Baby boomers give room for Oregon employment to grow * Southern Oregon University searched far and … Continue reading

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June 13, 2016 eClips Weekend Edition

State Library eClips * Day before Mosier, inspection found ‘very serious’ problems with Union Pacific * Time to comment on proposed Willamette Superfund cleanup — Guest Opinion * 5 ways to make oil trains less risky than they are today … Continue reading

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June 08, 2016 OSL eClips

* Mosier oil train derailment: 325,000 gallons cleared, 125,000 to go * New toxic heavy metal issue for Portland: cobalt * Tribes face some of greatest risks from oil train wrecks in Columbia River Gorge, leaders say * Warm spring … Continue reading

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