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Oregon's recent passing of a law decriminalizing drugs is attracting criminals to Lincoln City and according to police, drug-related crime is on the rise.
At the edge of the ceiling in the House chamber, names are painted of people consequential to Oregon history. I suppose they were listed there to inspire us below. But sadly, of the hundred or so names, only three are women.
Horse boarding and riding facility Rock Creek Stables was awarded a $100,256 judgment against Otis public figure Lisa Bagby, who gained notoriety during the investigation of railroad engineer Cameron Shelden's death in 2019 and her subsequent movie career.