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Gladden House Sessions 2018: Larry Yes

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Native Oregonian Larry Yes brought love, positivity, and some genuinely life-affirming music to the Gladden House stage on Saturday, June 2, the third day of the 2018 Nelsonville Music Festival. For many years Yes has been playing music and making visual art, organizing his “Free Art in the Park” event in Portland and recently bringing… Read More

Investigation Into W. Va. Supreme Court Justices Ends With No Action

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia Judicial Investigation Commission says it has closed ethics investigations involving three state Supreme Court justices without disciplinary action. The commission issued letters Monday to Justices Robin Jean Davis and Beth Walker and Chief Justice Margaret L. Workman closing all outstanding complaints against them. The commission said in a… Read More

Don Blankenship

Blankenship To File For U.S. Senate Race

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Former coal executive Don Blankenship says he intends to file paperwork to run in the West Virginia’s U.S. Senate race as the Constitution Party’s nominee. Blankenship’s campaign announced he would file the paperwork Tuesday, but doesn’t expect it to be certified and will “vigorously challenge” any denial. It’s unclear if the… Read More

THE OUTBACK Concludes August 15


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Explore the People and Animals of Australia’s Kimberley Region, a Vast, Rugged and Remote Wilderness as Part of the PBS Summer of Adventure THE OUTBACK is a new three-part series that explores the people and animals of Australia’s Kimberley region in North West Australia, a vast, rugged and remote wilderness bursting with character. As large… Read More