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      Latest modeling by OHA projects 'slight decline' in COVID cases in Oregon

      State leaders said the decline is due to more Oregonians getting vaccinated, wearing masks and avoiding large gatherings.
    1. Health

      'Worst of the worst' situation for local blood supply, Portland doctor warns

      Organizations that collect blood donations say the Pacific Northwest faces a critical need, exacerbated by COVID pandemic challenges.
    2. Education

      New Tumwater Middle School set to open as students return to school in Beaverton

      Jill O'Neill, the principal of the new Tumwater Middle School, said she's excited for students to see the state-of-the-art building.
    3. Nation World

      Local News

      Texas man pleaded guilty to assaulting federal official with hammer during 2020 protest in Portland

      Jacob Gaines faces up to 20 years in prison, a $250,000 fine and three years of supervised release.
    4. Environment

      Water arrives at desperately dry Lower Klamath Refuge

      Advocates hope the wate will improve wetland habitat on the refuge for migrating birds this fall.
    5. VERIFY

      Yes, a dead body could transmit COVID-19, but the risk is low

      The CDC says there is currently no known risk associated with being in the same room at a funeral service with the body of someone who died of COVID-19.
    6. Social Media

      No, animals did not escape from a New Jersey zoo during the Ida storm

      Despite some social media claims, no animals escaped from a New Jersey zoo as the Ida storm system drenched the Northeast.
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