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New centerpiece park reopens in Foster-Powell neighborhood

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Directives available for comment include topics on public safety, medical aid, mental health, and juvenile custody

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Departing guests at shelters will be provided TriMet passes and cold-weather supplies

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Officials from Oregon State University announced that the school will be joining the growing list of universities where students, staff and faculty will be required to get a COVID-19 booster shot.

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Sharyll Burroughs (Photo/Briana Cerezo) 

This drop-in workshop with artist and dialogue facilitator, Sharyll Burroughs, takes place on two consecutive Sundays, January 16 and 23.

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Photo courtesy of The Genealogical Forum of Oregon 

This virtual event will occur at 2:30 pm Saturday, January 15; pre-registration is required.

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(Photo/ CDC) 

Officials say 142,783 people in the state have enrolled so far on the Oregon health insurance marketplace. That’s more than the 141,089 enrolled at the same time last year for 2021 coverage.

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Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum  

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum co-led a bipartisan letter calling for stronger consumer safeguards for money sharing platforms and apps.

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The free virtual event, featuring the award-winning Ph.D. scientist, will be held on Monday, January 10 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.

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The event will be held Thursday, December 23 from 3:30 - 8 p.m. at the Wayfinding Academy in St. John’s.

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