Oregon recorded 21 new deaths related to COVID-19 on Tuesday, setting yet another record.
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Some of the first workers to lose jobs in the pandemic are losing them again in the “freeze.” As new business restrictions kicked in statewide this week, some workers and business owners experienced a gut-punching déjà vu.
Oregon was largely spared by the global pandemic, but no longer. Cases mount as the state enacts the strictest social-distancing measures since April. With holidays rapidly approaching, we have answers to all of your questions: just how bad is it? How is this lockdown different from the last? Can I have Thanksgiving?
Oliver Wood, Chris Wood, and Jano Rix joined us from Nashville to share some fantastic live performances of music from their new album called Kingdom In My Mind.
The Grammy winner's new album comes after a false start in the studio, a few personal heartaches and some big adjustments to life as a public figure.
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Cambridge University Library said Tuesday that two of the naturalist's notebooks have been missing for nearly two decades. Now, the library has told local police that they "have likely been stolen."
Authorities do not know where the object came from or the intent behind it.
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