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Why You Should Plant Your Own Marijuana At Home

It's high time to call over whomever is judging you for consuming marijuana and set some things straight.

(SALEM, Ore.) - cannabis marijuana The 21st century is the era in which we are getting rid of prejudices and embracing the new and different. We are now living in a time where rules are to be broken and voices to be heard. We now say so long! to rigid, outdated ways of thinking and welcome the vanguard of human thoughts.

This is specifically true with marijuana. The world today isn't the world that used to look down on cannabis and cannabis users, it has evolved into one where marijuana growers are looked up to as masters and professionals in the field.

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Oregon Reports 10 More Deaths Due to COVID-19 and 1,099 New Cases

Oregon sets pandemic records as 2-week "Stay at Home" order goes into affect.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - COVID-19 The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients across Oregon rose to 406 today, marking a new record for the pandemic. The largest increase was in the Portland metropolitan area, and in the Willamette Valley, and in Jackson and Josephine counties.

There are 94 COVID-19 patients in Intensive Care Unit (ICU) beds, two fewer than yesterday.

Read Full Article (Nov-12-2020 22:45)

Book Release: Oregon`s N. Santiam Canyon---Before it Burned

The Canyon Cuts Both Ways/hidden stories—Sixteen overlapping stories from the heart of Oregon’s North Santiam Canyon

(RIDGEFIELD, WA) - book review Cox crafted the overlapping stories in this collection to draw readers into Oregon’s North Santiam Canyon, recently in the news because of wildfire.

The powerful sense of place anchoring this cohesive work nearly elevates that canyon to the status of full-blown character—one with an omnipresent impact on the psychology of its inhabitants.

Read Full Article (Nov-05-2020 14:12)

Tim King: The Dude That I Knew

In pursuit of truth and justice, Tim would see a fork in his journey and take the lesser traveled path.

(LAGUNA BEACH, Calif.) - Tim King, Roger Butow “It’s very far away, takes about a day to get there... if you travel by dragonfly.” Jimi Hendrix (“Spanish Castle Magic”)

The dragonfly in Jimi’s tune, which I once had the pleasure of seeing Joe Satriani and Eric Johnson play together, was the nickname of his band’s van. What do these seemingly tangential or irrelevant things have to do with Tim?

Read Full Article (Oct-27-2020 19:31)

Tim King: The Man I Never Met But Will Never Forget

Obituary for Tim King from Alexandria, Egypt

(ALEXANDRIA, Egypt) - Tim and Bonnie King I got to know Tim through my collaboration with (a distinguished online site that promotes world peace & advocates free speech & human rights).

I am Ashraf Ezzat, a medical doctor from Alexandria Egypt. Like Tim, I had many passions, for I’m also an independent documentary filmmaker and author.

Read Full Article (Oct-19-2020 23:57)

Tim King, We Were Blessed to Know You

Relentlessly compassionate. Ever focused on telling the uncomfortable truths. A warrior of the news cycle.

(LONG BEACH, Calif.) - Tim King Two weeks ago today, my friend, Timothy Andrew “Tim” King left this world for the sweet hereafter. It has taken me this time to clear my head and to commemorate him.

I first met Tim King when I had returned to uniformed service in the wake of 9-11.

Read Full Article (Oct-16-2020 12:05)

Tim King - A Eulogy to My Chief at Executive Editor was instrumental in exposing Big Pharma.

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) - Tim King On October 4, I received word that the man who believed in me and supported my writings for publication in his newspaper, had been killed in a horrific motorcycle accident. I would like to share with everyone what Tim King meant to me when our paths crossed in 2009.

In October 2009, I sent Tim King some information regarding Purdue Pharma, maker of the criminally marketed opioid, OxyContin hoping that he might be interested in publishing it -- he was.

Read Full Article (Oct-13-2020 16:20)

Oregon Reporter Dies After Motorcycle Crash

Timothy Andrew King, Obituary
4-2-1963 to 10-4-2020
A life taken too soon.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Tim King obituary FROM THE PUBLISHER:
There are no words appropriate to encompass a powerful, positive spirit such as Tim King. The family and the Kings at large appreciate all of the prayers and good wishes during this terrible time.

Info on the Celebration of Life is included below. Please remember Tim with joy in your heart. ~Bonnie

Read Full Article (Oct-12-2020 21:19)

How Natural Disasters Affect Oregon`s Agricultural Industry

More than 80% of the state experienced moderate to extreme drought conditions over the summer.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Wildfire Oregon Agriculture and food production is a vital component of Oregon’s economy, and over 50% of local manufacturing companies in the Salem area are involved in food processing.

With such a heavy reliance on vulnerable crops, increases in extreme weather and natural disasters can be devastating to farmers and the local economy.

Read Full Article (Oct-04-2020 13:58)

Tim King in Critical Condition After Motorcycle Crash

A tragedy for the Family

(SALEM, Ore.) - Tim King Tim King, owner of Salem Ghost Tours and former Executive Editor of was involved in a serious motorcycle crash about 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Sept 30. He was hospitalized in critical condition and remains in ICU at this hour.

Tim was driving north on Commercial St in Salem, Oregon, when a car pulled out of a driveway directly into his lane.

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