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BEAVERTON — Kelsey Bartlett took care of business for South Medford in the opening round before being eliminated in the second round of the Class 6A girls tennis state tournament at Tualatin Hills Tennis Center on Thursday.Bartlett earned a 6-0, 6-4 victory over Lake Oswego’s Elle Meyer before Sunset’s Lorissa Yuen made a comeback and secured a 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 win.In Class 5A action at both West Hills Racquet & Fitness in Portland and Tualatin Hills...

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Convince the governorI read with interest that even the most committed of local anti-LNG campaigners were resigned to the fact that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will approve the Jordan Cove LNG...

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A Beaverton lawmaker has a plan to offer recent Oregon high-school graduates a free community college education at what seems to be a reasonable cost to the state. The Legislature should give his plan serious consideration — but only if it...

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Connoisseurs of garlic will love the food at The Point Pub and Grill in Central Point, says co-owner Sarah Hoevet. She and her associates are big fans of the pungent bulb, and it flavors many dishes and sides on chef Shaun Ray's...

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Buddhist meditation workshopsAri Goldfield and Rose Taylor Goldfield will give a series of workshops, "Genuine Strength, Love and Wisdom: The Path of Mahamudra Meditation," from 10 a.m. to noon and 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, May...

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Do you have a favorite star in the night sky? It’s a hard question. They are all so great, each one so appealing. They need not be the most brilliant or colorful. Dim ones are full of wonder as well. Are the faint because they are so...

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OCEAN OUTLOOKCOASTWIDE:  Fairly good ocean conditions are forecast through the weekend, particularly early in the mornings. Forecasts call for 15-knot winds but only 3-foot swells today and 4-foot...

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I recall the moment when the press finally turned against Bill Clinton.In 1998, I was a junior writer at U.S. News & World Report, then (for the children in the audience) an actual, physical weekly magazine, useful for pressing leaves...

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As movies loosely based on Disneyland attractions go, “Tomorrowland” is a far cry from the rollicking heights of the original “Pirates of the Caribbean.” Still, it’s worlds better than “The Haunted...

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To have an event listed in Get Out!, email the information to adventure@mailtribune.com Soda Mountain Wilderness Council hikesAnnual hikes...

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