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Braves, Warriors: Oregon takes on tribal mascots
Braves, Warriors: Oregon takes on tribal mascots
In Oregon, school districts with Native American mascots must abandon them by July or risk punishment that could include the withholding of state funds
World in Brief: March 24, 2017
World in Brief: March 24, 2017
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Ducks end Michigan’s run with 69-68 victory, head to Elite 8
Ducks end Michigan’s run with 69-68 victory, head to Elite 8
Tyler Dorsey scored 20 points and made the go-ahead layup with 1:08 left, and third-seeded Oregon ended No. 7 Michigan's dramatic postseason run with a 69-68 victory in a Midwest Regional semifinal
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Four dead in vehicle, knife attack at British Parliament
Four dead in vehicle, knife attack at British Parliament
A knife-wielding man went on a deadly rampage at the heart of Britain's seat of power Wednesday, plowing a car into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge before stabbing an armed police officer to death inside the gates of Parliament
Environmentalists warn about Trump’s cuts to Puget Sound
Environmentalists warn about Trump’s cuts to Puget Sound

SEATTLE — State officials, environmental advocates and others are warning of dire environmental and economic consequences if President Donald Trump’s cuts to Puget Sound and other environmental programs go through as proposed.

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World in Brief: March 22, 2017
World in Brief: March 22, 2017
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World in Brief: March 21, 2017
World in Brief: March 21, 2017
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Legislation would close gaps along Oregon Coast Trail
Legislation would close gaps along Oregon Coast Trail
Hikers and lawmakers want to make it possible to hike the 367-mile Oregon Coast Trail end to end without long stretches that run along Highway 101
Washington’s wolf population grew by 28 percent last year
Washington’s wolf population grew by 28 percent last year
Environmental groups say they are pleased by the growth
USS Sudden Jerk: WW2 veteran PT boat retakes 1944 test
USS Sudden Jerk: WW2 veteran PT boat retakes 1944 test
Engines growling, its bow high above the water and a rooster-tail of spray rising in its wake, the nation's only fully restored combat veteran PT boat returned to the New Orleans tidal basin where it was tested in 1944
Federal judge in Hawaii puts Trump travel ban on hold
Federal judge in Hawaii puts Trump travel ban on hold
President Donald Trump's revised travel ban has been put on hold by a federal judge in Hawaii
Oregon has second-worst water-quality permit backlog in country

Oregon’s backlog of expired water-quality permits is among the worst in the country, meaning the state has let facilities discharge pollutants at levels that may violate current protections for the state’s waterways.

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World in Brief: March 15, 2017
World in Brief: March 15, 2017
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Fewer heavy Americans are trying to lose weight
Fewer heavy Americans are trying to lose weight
Fewer overweight Americans are trying to lose weight in recent years, and researchers wonder if fat acceptance could be among the reasons
Bacon, soda and too few nuts tied to big portion of US deaths
Bacon, soda and too few nuts tied to big portion of US deaths
Bacon, soda and too few nuts are among eating habits that new research links with a big portion of U.S. deaths from common causes
Mayo, wings, butter: ‘Fake milk’ is the latest food fight
Mayo, wings, butter: ‘Fake milk’ is the latest food fight
The dairy industry's accusations calling soy, almond and rice drinks "fake milk" is just the latest in the history of food fights
World in Brief: March 14, 2017
International, national and regional news
WWII vet hopes Japanese flag can be given to owner’s family
WWII vet hopes Japanese flag can be given to owner’s family
Flag delivered to Obon Society at the Columbia River Maritime Museum
Seaside triumphs over Valley Catholic for state championship
Seaside triumphs over Valley Catholic for state championship
Gulls win 71-63
Dream on, but just make it somewhat snappier this weekend
Dream on, but just make it somewhat snappier this weekend
Dream on _ just make it snappier this weekend because for most of the United States, you're on the clock to lose an hour's sleep
Lady Gulls take third at state
Lady Gulls take third at state
Seaside wins 53-40
Seaside boys play for state championship after beating North Bend
Seaside boys play for state championship after beating North Bend
Gulls win 67-55
Seaside girls fall to Sutherlin at state tournament
Seaside girls fall to Sutherlin at state tournament
Lady Gulls lose 57-44
‘Giant killers’ : Lady Gulls top No. 1-ranked Cougars
‘Giant killers’ : Lady Gulls top No. 1-ranked Cougars
Seaside snaps state tournament losing streak

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