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Community members object to cutting horticulture at LBCC board meeting

More than a dozen people attended a meeting of the Linn-Benton Community College Board of Education on Wednesday night, where they spoke in defense of the school’s horticulture program.

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Stayton suspect accused of killing father may have assaulted grandfather the same night

A Stayton-area man accused of murdering his father also may have assaulted his grandfather, who discovered the alleged crime on Saturday night and confronted him about it, according to court paperwork.

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New traffic signal due this April at Sixth and Ellsworth in downtown Albany

A new traffic signal will have drivers stopping at the corner of Ellsworth Street and Sixth Avenue in downtown Albany by the end of April.

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Cities wary of Oregon housing options proposal

Reporter Mark Miller: [email protected] Miller works for the Oregon Capital Bureau, a collaboration of EO Media Group, Pamplin Media Group, and Salem Reporter.

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Oregon economist: Tobacco tax would limit significant sales to Washingtonians

New revenue generated from increasing Oregon’s tobacco tax would come with an additional decline in sales because Washington buyers would likely stop crossing the river to buy, economists said Wednesday during a legislative informational hearing.

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Lyons blaze shows fire risk always present, even on last day of winter

LYONS – Lt. Chris Baldridge of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office drove his SUV toward the boat launch at North Santiam State Recreation Area into thick smoke and past burned brush and charred trees.

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New charge filed against former OSU student convicted of hate crime

A former Oregon State University graduate student who was convicted of a hate crime late last year is scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Benton County Circuit Court on a new charge in a separate incident.

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Sweet Home accident victim out of critical condition

A Sweet Home resident who was struck by a vehicle Friday evening is no longer in critical condition at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, according to her daughter.

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