• The Oregonian/OregonLive
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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…

  • Baker City Herald
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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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  • Corvallis Gazette Times
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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.

  • Mail Tribune
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The Medford City Council has taken a positive step by paving the way for ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft to operate here while doing as much as possible to protect existing taxi companies from unfair competition.

  • Albany Democrat-Herald
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A law approved by this year’s Legislature appears to have made some immediate progress toward one of its goals, fending off for the time being the costly opening of a second women’s prison in the state.

  • Mail Tribune
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Medford School District officials say pulling out of the Southern Oregon Education Service District will save the district money because it can provide in-house the services it now pays the ESD to provide. ESD officials say severing the relationship will wind up costing Medford more.

  • The Register-Guard
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Recycling can be likened to a mining operation. Processing costs depend on the purity of the ore — and if the costs exceed the value of the processed material, mining stops. Mining can also become unprofitable when commodity prices fall, when substitute materials become available at a lower …