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11.13.2020: Oregon governor to announce 'new measures’ to slow coronavirus as state smashes daily record with 1,122 new cases, 4 deaths; Oregon landlords feeling the strain of eviction moratorium: ‘We’re just trying to keep our heads above water’; Oregon

Friday, November 13, 2020

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Oregon Political News 

Oregon landlords feeling the strain of eviction moratorium: ‘We’re just trying to keep our heads above water’

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown’s chief of staff Nik Blosser quits to join President-elect Joe Biden’s team

Democrats won't reach 2/3rd supermajority in Legislature

Oregon COVID-19 News 

Oregon governor to announce 'new measures’ to slow coronavirus as state smashes daily record with 1,122 new cases, 4 deaths

COVID cases are spiking in the Portland area, surpassing the rest of Oregon as holidays loom

Oregon reports 37 school-based coronavirus cases, pushing state total above 100

Oregon hospitals curtail elective surgeries in anticipation of COVID surge

Oregon Legislative Press Releases

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News from the Regions

Portland Area

What you can and cannot do during Multnomah County’s two-week pause to slow COVID-19

Portland eyes carbon tax to fund city climate initiatives

Portland Public Schools staffer tests positive for coronavirus

The departed: A farewell to Portland-area small businesses that have closed

Kafoury's husband appointed to Biden transition team

Split City Council adjusts budget, spares police

PCC Foundation gets $1 million gift

Oregon Symphony Has Canceled All of Its In-Person Concerts for the Foreseeable Future

What Could Change the Minds of Portland Voters on a Transportation Tax? Make It Bigger.

Northern Oregon Coast

With ‘king tides’ predicted next week, park officials urge caution for Oregon Coast beachgoers

Nighttime deer hunts approved at Astoria airport

Salem Area

Detroit Dam turbines temporarily turned off to help fish

Restaurant owners frustrated with COVID rules

Central/Eastern Oregon

Wildhorse grant

Police called to 19 incidents involving one transient

Pendleton City Council puts street funding plan on hold

Albany/Corvallis Area

Perkins plans another run for Senate

Corvallis district making progress on school construction program

Sweet Home OKs fire district property transfer

Eugene Area

Lane sees 116 COVID-19 cases, 2 deaths in two days

Roseburg Area

Roseburg police, fire and sheriff respond to suspicious objects at Roseburg High School

Days Creek Charter School latest to transitions to distance learning amid COVID-19 spike

Medford Area

Police continue investigating cause of Almeda fire that killed 3

Klamath Falls Area

Klamath County reports 13 new COVID-19 cases Thursday 

Tulelake school officials confirm COVID-19 at high school 

Danish company purchases Swan Lake project

National Covid-19 News

US notches grim record of over 152,000 new coronavirus cases in one day

Trump campaign adviser Corey Lewandowski tests positive for coronavirus

National News

How Biden might use executive power to advance economic agenda

Delta has banned nearly 550 people for not wearing masks

National Election News

Top officials: 2020 presidential election most secure in U.S. history

GOP senators push for Biden to receive classified briefings

Biden moves forward without help from Trump’s intel team

Trump retreats from public eye in post-election fight

Opinion

Central/Eastern Oregon

Our view: Are Oregon’s rules for mental health care excessive?

Albany/Corvallis Area

Commentary: US electoral system sidelines some voters

Roseburg Area

Seven reason why this year's general election was fair

Medford Area

Jackson County reports 123 new COVID cases, 2 more deaths

Deadline to register for FEMA fire aid is Monday

Re-greening the Greenway

Photos, video sought in Almeda fire investigation

Klamath Falls Area

Pawlikci: Happy? Disappointed? Still worrying? Election was not what we expecte

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