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Notifications following fishing license data breach

Notices that personal information might have been compromised will be sent to hunting and fishing license holders in Idaho and Oregon following the breach of a vendor’s computer system. They likely will be sent in Washington state, too.

U of O president: rename dorm named after KKK boss

The University of Oregon’s president is recommending renaming a campus dormitory building named after a former faculty member who led the Eugene chapter of the Ku Klux Klan, following demands made last year by a task force that represents African American students.

Ryan Bundy can continue as own lawyer in Oregon refuge case

A federal judge agreed to let Oregon standoff defendants Ryan Bundy and Kenneth Medenbach represent themselves at their upcoming trial, despite concerns they won’t follow court rulings in the presence of the jury.

Legal marijuana on display at Oregon State Fair

Living marijuana plants went on display Friday at the Oregon State Fair, with organizers saying it’s the first state fair in the nation to allow cannabis for public viewing.

Locally: Gonzaga hires assistant coach men’s golf

Gonzaga men’s golf coach Robert Gray announced this week the hire of Scott Kim as an assistant coach. Kim joins the Bulldogs after finishing his collegiate career at Oregon State in 2015.

2 men suspected of starting Oregon fire could get $37 million bill

PORTLAND, Ore. – Two men suspected of starting a wildfire last year that scorched 40 square miles of Oregon forestland could soon get a bill for at least $37 million. Jeff Bonebrake with the Oregon Department of Forestry says they’re still finalizing firefighting costs for the 2015 Stouts Creek fire that burned east of Canyonville. The agency will send a bill once that’s done.

Digest: Robert Carroll hits walk-off, Tennessee wins in LLWS

Robert Carroll hit a walk-off, two-run double with two outs in the sixth inning and Goodlettsville, Tennessee rallied past Bend, Oregon 3-2 on Thursday night in the Little League World Series in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

Grant County commissioner is victorious in recall vote

A county commissioner in Oregon, faulted by critics for not demanding an investigation of a wildfire that destroyed almost 150 structures, has emerged from a recall election with a decisive victory.

Oregon refuge defendant Jon Ritzheimer pleads guilty

In federal court in Portland, Jon Ritzheimer admitted to a judge Monday that he conspired with Ammon Bundy and others to prevent Interior Department employees from doing their jobs at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.

Oregon egg handler numbers surge

Between 2005 and 2015, the number of licensed egg handlers in Oregon more than doubled, from 81 to 189, according to ODA records.