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Oregon Insight: PDX monthly passengers back above 1 million, but it’s not all smooth skies ahead

The Oregonian 26 Jul 2021
The number of people flying through Portland International Airport topped 1 million in each of the past two months, climbing 13% in June as travelers hop back aboard airplanes – eager to shake off their pandemic isolation ... Travel to Canada remains limited, with an Air Canada flight to Vancouver but no service to other cities.
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A brain injury turned my life upside down, and I'm still finding my way forward

CNN 26 Jul 2021
(CNN)In the middle of winter, in January 2021, I got into a car accident in Oregon ... Local news in Oregon said it was the first significant snowfall in months, and reported a handful of other car slippages and accidents ... My parents got an emergency visa and traveled to Oregon in the middle of the pandemic.
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Here are 14 photos from Elle Purrier St. Pierre's record breaking run at the Olympic ...

St Albans Messenger 26 Jul 2021
Justin is a pro photographer who travels the world shooting amazing events.
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In Their Opinion: The time to act is now

The Sun Chronicle 26 Jul 2021
In a little over a month, four major heat waves have broiled the Western United States, including record-shattering triple-digit temperatures in Oregon and Washington that caused hundreds of heat-related deaths. Wildfires are again tearing through the West, burning hundreds of thousands of acres in California, Oregon and British Columbia in Canada.
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Will world meet moment due to climate change?

Korea Times 26 Jul 2021
In a little over a month, four major heat waves have broiled the Western United States, including record-shattering triple-digit temperatures in Oregon and Washington that caused hundreds of heat-related deaths. Wildfires are again tearing through the West, burning hundreds of thousands of acres in California, Oregon and British Columbia in Canada.
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Climate change is driving extreme floods, wildfires and heat. Will the world meet the moment?

Hawaii Tribune-Herald 26 Jul 2021
In a little over a month, four major heat waves have broiled the Western United States, including record-shattering triple-digit temperatures in Oregon and Washington that caused hundreds of heat-related deaths. Wildfires are again tearing through the West, burning hundreds of thousands of acres in California, Oregon and British Columbia in Canada.
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College football realignment fallout: What's next with Texas, Oklahoma stating intent to leave Big 12 ...

CBS Sports 26 Jul 2021
The shock that came when this news first broke last week hasn't worn off and won't for quite some time ... On the field, Oklahoma is the No ... Such a move would probably involve getting travel partners in Washington, Colorado and possibly Arizona State ... What would UCLA and Oregon (and Nike) have to say about that?. Don't sweat the travel ... Interesting note ... .
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Pac-12 Media Day 2021: Conference realignment, on-field improvement among storylines to watch in Los Angeles

CBS Sports 25 Jul 2021
It looks like Oregon and everyone else ... Oregon won a second consecutive Pac-12 title, but only because Washington couldn't play due to COVID-19 protocols ... We'll know early about Oregon's -- and the Pac-12's -- fortunes when the Ducks travel to face Big Ten favorite Ohio State on Sept.
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ROSS, Sydne Jean

Santa Barbara News-Press 25 Jul 2021
Sydne Jean Ross passed away peacefully on April 7, 2021, after a valiant battle with Alzheimer’s Disease. She was born to Berry and Loretta Watson on August 9, 1944, at St ... She and her husband also enjoyed travel to Oregon and Washington and extended rides on Joe’s three-wheeled motorcycle to Nevada, Idaho, Montana and Canada ... Watson ... ....
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Jim McKee: From horses to trolley cars in Nebraska cities

Lincoln Journal Star 25 Jul 2021
... Civil War veteran and early settler Merritt Mead, was never large, despite its early role as a stop for travelers heading west ... James Bainter, the first permanent settler operated a store and inn for travelers along the Oregon-California Trail, according to nebraskahistory.org.
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Hope a two-way path with God

Gettysburg Times 24 Jul 2021
We’ve been discussing the true motivation of God toward mankind. We have looked at John 3.16, which says, “For God so loved the world.” He loved the world ... Is love hopeful? Is God hopeful? ... It is secure ... He is presently involved in a traveling ministry helping churches in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Georgia, North Carolina, Oregon, Virginia and Tennessee.
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Wildfires are becoming a global problem

Beijing News 23 Jul 2021
The fires are so big, and the winds are strong, smoke is travelling as far away as Alaska. In the US, the Bootleg wildfire in Oregon has grown into a monstrous complex with its own weather, sending the dense smoke some 3,000 miles across one end of the continent to the other, CNN reported.
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Wildfires are becoming a vicious problem across the globe

Yahoo Daily News 23 Jul 2021
The fires are so big, and the winds are strong, smoke is travelling as far away as Alaska. In the US, the Bootleg wildfire in Oregon has grown into a monstrous complex with its own weather, sending the dense smoke some 3,000 miles across one end of the continent to the other, CNN reported.
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Editorial: Climate change is driving extreme floods, wildfires and heat. Will the world meet the moment?

Finger Lakes Times 23 Jul 2021
In a little over a month, four major heat waves have broiled the Western United States, including record-shattering triple-digit temperatures in Oregon and Washington that caused hundreds of heat-related deaths. Wildfires are again tearing through the West, burning hundreds of thousands of acres in California, Oregon and British Columbia in Canada.

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