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Oregon

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  • The Craft Beer Chronicles: Cheers to National Beer Day

     
    Reps from Oregon’s largest craft beer producer are traveling to L.A. and the O.C. to celebrate Deschutes Brewery Base Camp — a series of special tasting events meant to demonstrate the brewer’s appreciation for our region’s...
  • Facebook to share energy-efficiency technology developed for data centers [Updated]

     
    Facebook said it planned to increase the energy efficiency of its data centers around the globe with the launch of the Open Compute Project, an initiative to share the technology it developed for its data center in rural Oregon. The......
  • Budget rider would lift wolf protections in northern Rockies

     
    When Congress passes the federal budget, it’s increasingly likely lawmakers will also be sealing the fate of wolves in the northern Rockies. An unrelated rider quietly attached by legislators from Montana and Idaho to the crucial spending compromise...
  • FCC Chairman Genachowski and top lobbyist for broadcasters clash over need for a spectrum auction

     
    The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission and the top lobbyist for broadcasters disagreed over the need for a spectrum auction during back-to-back speeches at the National Assn. of Broadcasters convention in Las Vegas, a gathering that...
  • Book look: Add these to your summer reading list

     
    Bucktown/Wicker Park residents offer their best bets for summer reading. You know, books you won't be ashamed to be caught with in your hand....
  • Cal State students, faculty protest budget cuts

     
    About 200 students, faculty and labor union activists attended a lunchtime rally at Cal State L.A. on Wednesday, protesting the prospect of more state budget cuts that they said would reduce class offerings and make it harder to graduate. Gathering......
  • Arizona State wants you to ‘Fear the Fork’

     
    Arizona State wants you to 'Fear the Fork' Or at least, that’s what the new promotion for Arizona State’s new re-branding program wants you to do. The school unveiled its new marketing campaign on Tuesday and the emphasis was on, well, what...
  • Brazilian Blowout blow-up: U.S. OSHA issues warning about formaldehyde in hair-smoothing treatment

     
    The ongoing controversy over the celebrity-endorsed Brazilian Blowout and similar keratin hair smoothing treatments that are used to tame frizzy hair intensified this week, when U.S. health officials issued a hazard alert warning about dangerous...
  • Chamber turns to tough talk on Scott, SunRail

     
    The Orlando Chamber of Commerce is turning up the heat on Gov. Rick Scott, who is holding SunRail hostage as he reviews its “return on investment.” This morning in its weekly digital newsletter the Central Florida Partnership, the chamber's...
  • The bluer the Oregon county, the lower the gay-teen suicide rate

     
    Oregon students attempt suicide less when there are more Democrats around...
  • Cougar christened: Boone

     
    From the Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens: The new cougar at the zoo near Sanford has a name: Boone. The name, which the zoo says means “blessing,” was the top choice in a contest put on at wesh.com. From nearly 1,100 responses, Boone...