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Vanport survivor Betty Deulen speaks to documentary producers 

“The Wake of Vanport,” oral history documentary project will show ten new stories of Vanport survivors 


University of Oregon President Michael Schill speaks at a Black Lives Matter rally at the university in Eugene, Ore., Friday, Nov. 11, 2016. (Chris Pietsch/The Register-Guard via AP) 

Parents pulled out their student after social media abuse


Portland protester holds a Hope sign 

Two 18-year-old men arrested in shooting


In this April 17, 2015, file photo, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown speaks during her State of the State address in Portland, Ore. (AP Photo/Don Ryan, File) 

Election results for Oregon elections


Supporters for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton react as Florida is called for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during a Democratic Party election party in Eugene, Ore., Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016. (Andy Nelson/The Register-Guard via AP) 

Local Democrats, especially female candidates, saw big wins – but express fear, disappointment after Clinton’s loss


A voter is reflected in the glass frame of a poster while leaving a polling site in Atlanta, during early voting ahead of the Nov. 8 election day, Nov. 1, 2016. If all goes smoothly, the American people will choose a new president on Tuesday, the Electoral College will affirm the election and either Democrat Hillary Clinton or Republican Donald Trump will take the oath of office Jan. 20. (AP Photo/David Goldman) 

The calls which told voters they were not registered appear to have been due to an error    


Ballots are prepared for counting at Multnomah County election headquarters in Portland, Ore. May 17, 2016.The Oregon agency in charge of elections in the state says more than 1 million voters have cast their ballot so far, with almost a quarter-million more ballots returned than the same time-frame before the 2012 general elections. (AP Photo/Don Ryan, File) 

Voters getting calls falsely saying they are not registered and ballot won't be counted       



The county says will take steps to manage anticipated high election turnout 


Oregon State Capitol Building 

The Skanner reviews research on potential effects, consequences of the controversial measure 


Democratic candidate for Oregon Secretary of State Brad Avakian stands with supporter Linda Campbell at a primary election night gathering in Portland, Ore. May 17, 2016. With a Republican threatening to take a state-wide office for the first time in many years in Oregon, the battle for secretary of state has become the hottest state race. (AP Photo/Steve Dykes, file) 

Avakian has long civil rights record: Republican Richardson says he will neutral  


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