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You’re grocery shopping. And you’re hungry. You know it’s a mistake, but you have to get it done. You wander aisle by aisle, being careful to follow your list or sticking to certain meal ingredients. Maybe a bag of chips or cookies make it into your cart, but you otherwise do really well. It…

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News this week that both Director Doug Paxton and Chief of Surgery Dinesh Ranjan of the Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center have been removed from their positions and reassigned was welcome, but bittersweet.

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Eugene Police made the tough decision in concluding that Officer Charles Caruso, caught on videotape throwing a handcuffed man to the ground and punching him repeatedly, should be kicked off the police force. The city fired Caruso following an investigation into the September 2013 incident a…

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You’re likely to see the number 350,000 often between now and Jan. 23, 2018, when Oregon voters will cast their ballots on Measure 101, which would adopt a slate of health care taxes the Legislature approved earlier this year.

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Clackamas and South Medford will kickoff at 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Reser Stadium in Corvallis to decide which is the best Class 6A football team in the state, but in Douglas County fall sports season wrapped up nearly two weeks ago.

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The Roseburg VA has a history of retaliation against whistle-blowers, and we have been disheartened to hear this year from current and former employees that the retaliation continues, even after a complete turnover of the top brass at the VA, and after multiple past investigations and legisl…

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Looks like you got through the first big weekend of the holiday shopping season. If you’re among those people who get their holiday “to-do” list done with a month or so to go before Christmas, well, nice work — but the rest of today’s editorial will be of no interest to you.