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Oct 02,2006
CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State University College of Agricultural Sciences is hosting its 25th annual art competition, "Art About Agriculture Tour 2007: By Land and By Sea." The annual OSU College competition seeks art submissions that focus on the close connection of land and water in Pacific Northwest agriculture and fisheries, explained Shelley Curtis, curator of OSU's annual Art about Agriculture Tour. "The college invites artists to consider both the sea and the land for ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
CORVALLIS, Ore. – For most of Oregon, the fall and winter weather this year should be comparatively warmer and maybe a touch wetter than usual – but with one big caveat. Don’t discount the possibility of a big snowstorm – at least, in Portland. George Taylor, the state climatologist employed at Oregon State University, released his annual fall and winter forecast on Monday, which is based on analyzing numerous oceanic and atmospheric conditions and comparing them to ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
Three Central Oregon businesses will receive $6.8 million in defense-related projects funding, a portion of more than $97 million allotted for Oregon nanotechnology projects and research and development of new medical, energy and other technologies.  United States Senators Ron Wyden and Gordon Smith recently announced that congress approved funding in the FY2007 Defense appropriations conference report; which now moves to the President for his signature. · IdaTech of Bend will receive $3 million to develop ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
 Today’s students grew up with Internet connections in their cradles, so it’s no wonder they don’t hesitate to bank, shop or research on the Internet. Students use computers for everything from homework to playing games, to chatting with friends and just plain old surfing. However, they frequently forget they are surfing in an ocean of predators. Students often leave for college with bank account, credit card, driver’s license and Social Security numbers – sensitive data ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
Not since Austin Powers daringly paired a lilac and cobalt blue suit with a blue polka dotted shirt and red-and-white scarf in a 2002 hit movie have we seen such a profusion of prints, plaids and patterns in fashion. From the runways of New York to the showrooms of home products manufacturers across the country, designers and retailers are encouraging consumers to be bolder than ever when it comes to mixing and matching.  At Olympus ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
Dr. Stephen Archer of Advanced Specialty Care recently performed the first surgery of its kind in Central Oregon to treat Barrett’s Esophagus, a precancerous condition affecting the lining of the esophagus, the muscular tube that carries food, liquids and saliva from the mouth to the stomach. According to liteandhope.com, Dr. Archer graduated from the University of Tennessee Medical Center in 1991, completed general surgery training at the University of Cincinnati in 1998 and completed a ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
The cooler temperatures and early snowfall at Mt. Hood are sure signs that the winter driving season is right around the corner. Once again, AAA is designating October as Car Care Month, and encourages vehicle owners to "get ready, get set, and go." "After the hot summer, millions of vehicles need preventive maintenance before cold weather sets in," says Earl Baker, AAA Oregon/Idaho Approved Auto Repair Manager. "Throughout October, our Approved Auto Repair partners will ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
Milton Scott is third transient resident of Bend and Eugene/Springfield areas sentenced to federal prison in new Oregon identity theft program Milton Eugene Scott was sentenced by United States District Judge Michael Hogan to serve two years in federal prison for aggravated identity theft. Scott, 41, was a transient resident of Bend, Eugene, Springfield, and Junction City, Oregon prior to his arrest. In pleading guilty, Scott admitted that in October and November of 2005, he used ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
Days are shorter, evenings are cooler and Oregon households are beginning to turn up the heat. Oregon State Fire Marshal Nancy Orr reminds Oregonians chimney fires and combustibles left too close to a heat source are the state's two leading fire causes in heating related fires.  These types of fires are easily prevented by keeping chimneys cleaned and remembering to keep combustibles such as furniture, blankets and clothing far away from heaters, woodstoves and similar ... [full story]
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Oct 02,2006
Just because summer is over doesn't mean fun has to fade away with the departing warmth. Many people find enjoyment in the winter months participating in such activities as ice skating, skiing and snowboarding. If you are one of these thrill-seekers, it is important to prepare for physical activities to avoid injury.   "It is just as important to keep fit and healthy during the winter months as it is in the warmer weather. Exercise and ... [full story]
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