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Category: Think Oregon

Land Use vs. Property Rights

Are Oregon's land-use laws a public good or an infringement on personal property rights? A pointed debate from Oregonians in…

Interview with D.J. Duncan

Editor, Kevin Max, caught up with David James Duncan, the author of The River Why, to explore a raft of…

Cyclocross in Oregon

Pedaling through deep mud, sometimes over frozen snow-pack or dismounting to leap wooden barriers with bikes on their shoulders, riders…

Living in Jacksonville

An ethnic Greek from Tanzania finds peace in Southern Oregon's Jacksonville--a town with more buildings on the Historic Register than…

The First Lady of Green

An interview with Oregon's LEED-ing lady and what's next in sustainability. Christine Ervin was the first president and CEO of the…

Oregon School Funding

Oregon schools are funded through two mechanisms: the State School Fund, carved primarily from state personal income tax, and local…

Oregon Sculptor Shelley Curtiss

Every morning, Shelley Curtiss hikes the hills outside Joseph and observes the ever-changing lakes, rivers, mountains, buttes and canyons. “This…

Slash and Earn

Along milepost 224 heading north through Klamath County, sits an abandoned sawmill that’s become the hope for economic revitalization in…

Dr. Brian Druker Discusses Cancer Research

Brian Druker runs up the steep approach of Marquam Hill to OHSU nearly every morning from his home in southwest…

Union, Oregon

Today, Union (population 1,960) is called 'The City of Victorian Heritage' after its cluster of Victorian era homes along Main…

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