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Dairy Supply Chains Will Need to Adjust as Consumer Behavior Changes

Forecasts suggest that the U.S. could lose up to 25% of its restaurants.

(DENVER, Colo./GLOBE NEWSWIRE) - family dinnerAs consumers heeded the stay-at-home advisories, they increased purchases of products that in recent years had fallen out of favor.

Processed cheese sales increased by nearly 20% during the eight weeks ending May 31. White milk sales gained more than 10% during the same period. Cereal is also doing well with sales up almost 15%.

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Hey Congress, Move the Money

No other nation spends even half what the United States does on militarism.

(SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.) - policeIf we want local and state governments that provide experts in de-escalating conflict, professionals to assist those with drug addictions or mental illness, and skilled experts at handling traffic or responding to various sorts of emergencies, the funding is easily and logically found.

It’s sitting in the oversized budgets for armed policing and incarceration.

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Fighting the Pandemic and Reopening the Economy

The U.S. is still doing battle with the first wave of the pandemic.

(SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.) - drinking in barFew would disagree that the collapse of the U.S. economy into a recession was mainly caused by the coronavirus pandemic and worsened by the inept leadership at the federal level.

It would seem to follow that the priority should be to contain the causative virus and reduce the deaths associated with it as quickly as possible before reopening the economy.

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Successful Rescue of Fallen Climber on Mt Hood

The events of Saturday morning will not soon be forgotten.

(MT HOOD, Oregon) - mt hood rescue victimKatie Howard, of Portland, called 911 at about 7:30 a.m. to report her climbing partner had fallen and was presumed to be seriously injured.

26-year old Von Donald Houvener, of Portland, had fallen about 300 feet down to the White River Canyon and was located at approximately 9,100' elevation.

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Two Fugitives from Alabama Arrested in Oregon

Marion County deputies safely capture two men wanted for multiple murders.

(MARION COUNTY, Ore.) - Salem-News.comDeputies from the Marion County Sheriff's Office, with members from the Marion County SWAT team, initiated a traffic stop on a Silver/Grey Dodge Charger with an Alabama license plate in Stayton at 12:30 pm June 21, 2020.

Inside the Dodge were two men suspected of killing seven people in a shooting on June 5th.

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Who Will Go to Prison Next: Purdue Pharma? The Sackler Family?

Insys Therapeutics founder, John Kapoor is serving a prison term -- why not Purdue Pharma and the Sackler Family?

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - John KapoorTuesday evening, June 23, PBS Frontline will air an hour episode on the sordid crime spree by Insys Therapeutics, maker of Subsys (fentanyl), resulting in a brave attorney representing a family in the death of their young daughter because she was prescribed Subsys for non-cancer treatment.

Damning evidence was uncovered which helped lead to convictions and prison sentences of executives of the disgraced pharmaceutical company.

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Withdrawal of Las Vegas Sands a Major Setback for Japan's Casino Efforts

Las Vegas Sands recently withdrew from building a major casino resort in Japan. This withdrawal has been a substantial hit to the efforts of Japan's investments in casino gambling.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Las VegasEconomic development is one of the significant aims of Japan today. Projects that enlarge the net exports and imports of a given nation are considered vital signs of economic growth and development.

Therefore, as an integrated casino resort was to be put up in the country, this should have contributed to economic growth and development in Japan.

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Functions of HGH: Can It Change Life For the Better?

A sedentary lifestyle and high sugar intake increases the natural slowing of hormone production.

(SALEM, Ore.) - coupe exercisingHuman Growth Hormone, or HGH, is produced by your body throughout your lifetime. As we age, factors such as inactivity, obesity and endocrine disorders can reduce the amount of these hormones produced by your body.

IGF, or insulin-like growth factor, is a specific growth hormone related to overall pituitary function.

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COVID-19 - Pandemic or Profit Maker?

“Dexamethasone is inexpensive, on the shelf, and can be used immediately to save lives worldwide."

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - COVID-19In April, Dr. Sidell was treating COVID-19 patients and began questioning the protocol used in ventilators.

He said, "COVID does not appear to be a pneumonia, instead resembles something similar to high altitude sickness. We are treating the wrong disease." (via Twitter)

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Fatal Crash Claims Two When Vehicle Goes Off Cliff in Oregon Wilderness

The vehicle was 100 or more feet down a steep embankment.

(WILLAMINA, Ore.) - Willamina fatalInitial reports indicated there were 4-6 people in a vehicle that had "gone off a cliff".

Upon arrival, crews found three victims in two separate locations along the road. They were transported to Salem Hospital.

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A Recession, Protests and a Pandemic: Trying to Reconcile the Irreconcilable

The University of Washington model projects 145,000 deaths from COVID-19 by August 2020.

(SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.) - COVID-TrumpOn May 8, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsom started reopening the California economy. On May 25, after the Memorial Day weekend, California had its highest one-day total of 2,565 new positive COVID-19 cases.

There were similar spikes in many other states due to re-openings and the disregard of social distancing and wearing of masks over the long holiday weekend.

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Top Challenges Restaurants Face Today

Stand out from your competitors by being a vigilant problem solver.

(SALEM, Ore.) - restaurant food serviceThe food industry is one of the businesses with high-risks prepositions. It requires a lot of capital, it faces a lot of competition, and the diners’ choice may be beyond overwhelming.

That’s why research shows that about 60% of restaurants fail within the first year of operation, while 80% of them fail within the first five years of operation.

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Oregon Reports 2 Deaths and 101 New COVID-19 Cases

Social distancing and/or staying home are great prevention methods.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Oregon COVIDCOVID-19 has claimed two more lives in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 176, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 12:01 a.m. today.

Oregon Health Authority reported 101 new confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 as of 12:01 a.m. today bringing the state total to 5,636.

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Sports Betting: Up to COVID-19 and Beyond

Sports betting has been on the rise for the last two decades. It was at its peak as the pandemic hit. How has it been impacted and what’s the future?

(SALEM, Ore.) - sports bettingYou can imagine the overwhelming challenge faced by betting sites that rely on the action of live sport to flourish.

One minute you are part of a sector that is peaking in popularity, with billions spent each year. Then, sports are shut down because of a pandemic and the foundation of your business is swiped out from under you.

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Why Every Entrepreneur Should Have a Grasp of Statistics

The ability to rapidly identify needs and implement solutions is essential for any business.

(SALEM, Ore.) - you got this signData and statistics have never been more important for businesses. Virtually every business generates data to some extent, but many are still failing to properly leverage the power that it offers.

Using data the right way offers enormous benefits to businesses and gives them a significant edge over their competitors.

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The End of Othering: Another Kind of Global Climate Change

The triple evils of American militarism, racism, and materialism have resulted in what we have today.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - social justiceThere is another kind of climate change, a mental one, we are undergoing, catalyzed by the combination of the pandemic and the police lynching of George Floyd.

Mr. Trump’s non-leadership is a classic example of the mental climate that is dying. His way is division—into the Us of his base, and the Other: the left, minorities, protesters.

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Free Virtual Screening of Movie: The Story of Plastic

Learn how the mass production of single-use plastic has put us in the biggest environmental crisis in history.

(NEWPORT, Ore.) - movie screeningThe Story of Plastic brings into focus an alarming, man-made crisis and the heroes who are working every day to rise up against big plastic.

After the film, learn more from panelists about efforts underway in Newport and statewide to reduce plastics and ways that you can get involved.

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Gas Prices Rise in Oregon as Drivers Return to the Road

The national average dropped to a low of $1.76 in April.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Oregon gas pricesThe last time the Oregon average was below $2.45 this time of year was in early June 2005 when it was $2.35.

Rising demand for gas, shrinking gasoline stocks and increasing crude oil prices are putting upward pressure on pump prices.

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Demand Racial Justice Stands Behind Protesters

"The pain and suffering being shared by Black and brown communities in this moment are palpable."

(SALEM, Ore.) - Salem-News.comIn response to last week's brutal murder by police of George Floyd and the continual violence perpetrated by police against Black communities, the national protests are righteous and justified.

They are an expression of the anger and pain people have felt for decades, due to the history of violence inflicted on Black communities for generations in our country.

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Three Killed During Morning Crash East of Salem

When emergency crews arrived at the scene the Honda was on fire.

(SALEM, Ore.) - fatal crash oregonThe two adults in the Honda, 33-year old Kelly Byrd and 41-year old Joseph Dominick, both died at the scene of the crash.

Investigators determined Byrd had been driving the Honda southbound on Howell Prairie Road when she crossed into the oncoming lane of travel, striking the 2016 Ram.

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Salem Police Issues Statement in Response to Protests

The following details provide a timeline and account of the Salem Police Department response to protests occurring in the city of Salem on Saturday, May 30, 2020.

(SALEM, Ore.) - On Friday, May 29 Salem Police began receiving information of possible demonstrations to take place on Saturday night, May 30. The information varied from plans for peaceful demonstrations to threats of looting, rioting and arson.

Planned and impromptu events are taken seriously.

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On George Floyd's Senseless In-Custody Death

Violence dilutes the peaceful protesters’ message about racism and police brutality

(SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.) - I too am saddened and outraged at George Floyd’s senseless in-custody death by a Minneapolis policeman, which has ignited protests and riots in Minnesota, across the U.S. and even abroad.

A protest is a peaceful public display of displeasure or disapproval, usually carried out by marching, chanting and/or holding signs with messages on them while a riot is a violent public disturbance.

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COVID-19 Outbreak in Oregon at Townsend Farms Sites

Agricultural seasonal workers are at higher risk of infection

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Public health investigators say the Townsend Farms outbreak currently affects a total of 48 people who arrived in the Portland metro area May 23-24 to harvest fruit from Townsend-owned sites in Fairview and Cornelius.

“People employed in agriculture are essential workers. They are also a vital part of our community,” said Patrick Allen, OHA director.

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