The 'tent city' popped up in Hawthorne Park after the Almeda Fire burned a large swath of the Bear Creek Greenway, driving out homeless campers.
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When the Almeda Drive Fire burned through communities in Talent and Phoenix, Oregon, many wondered why there wasn’t more emergency evacuation information. The gaps in Jackson County’s alert system left many without critical information. And the same type of system is used across Oregon and California.
Goats can be good for a lot of things, from cheese to yoga and now fire suppression.
Singer/songwriter John-Robert's debut EP is called Bailey Barely Knew Me. Originally from Virginia, John-Robert now resides in Los Angeles, and joined us for a chat about his YouTube proficiency, and how he's converted his online popularity into a budding musical career.
Crouch's engagement with American culture spanned over five decades, numerous mediums and many dustups. His influence on the life and shape of jazz will remain unquantifiable.
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The federal loans were meant to help hospitals survive the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet they're coming due now — at a time when many rural hospitals are still desperate for help.
The coronavirus has affected most Americans, but NPR's latest poll shows Black, Latino and Native American households are hardest hit by the financial impact of the crisis.
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