• Editorials from around Oregon

    Yesterday

    The (Medford) Mail Tribune, June 28, on logging limitations For decades, timber harvests on public forest land in western Oregon have been curtailed in the interest of protecting the environment from the excesses of the unsustainable logging that took place in the 1970s and 1980s....

  • Appeals court revives Jemez Pueblo's claim to Valles Caldera

    Yesterday

    JEMEZ PUEBLO, N.M. (AP) — A federal appeals court has revived an effort by a Native American community in northern New Mexico to reclaim the Valles Caldera National Preserve. Jemez Pueblo considers the nearly 140-square-mile swath of federally-managed public land as a spiritual...

  • Road trip: NYC mayor to head to western US for vacation

    Yesterday

    NEW YORK (AP) — New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and his family are taking a vacation. City officials said Monday that the mayor's family will be spending eight days traveling together throughout the southwestern and western United States. De Blasio, his wife Chirlane McCray and...

  • 8 places to celebrate the Fourth of July in Colorado

    The Gazette -
    Yesterday

    Here are some of your best options for celebrating the Fourth of July around Colorado: Cherry Creek Arts Festival: This annual event offers a free spectacle of music and performing and culinary arts, July 3-5 in Denver. cherrycreekartsfestival.org Rollin' on the Riverwalk: An...

  • Highway department advises of lane closures on holiday

    Yesterday

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department is alerting drivers of lane closures on interstates and U.S. highways during the coming July 4th holiday weekend. The department says highway improvement projects are underway and there are work zones on four...

  • Krzyzewski, Kyvallos to receive Lapchick Award

    Yesterday

    NEW YORK (AP) — More honors for a couple of Coach Ks. Mike Krzyzewski, who has led Duke to five national championships and is the only Division I men's coach with 1,000 victories, and women's basketball pioneer Lucille Kyvallos of Queens College have won the Lapchick Character Award...

  • Group predicts 3.1M Texans to travel over July Fourth

    Yesterday

    COPPELL, Texas (AP) — A travel group predicts 3.1 million Texans will hit the road over the July Fourth holiday period. AAA Texas on Monday released its projection, which is up about 1 percent compared to Independence Day weekend last year. The travel period is defined as Wednesday...

  • Myrtle Beach officials call on SC to lower Confederate flag

    Yesterday

    MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (AP) — Tourism officials in Myrtle Beach are calling for removal of the Confederate flag from the grounds of the South Carolina Statehouse. The board of directors for the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce voted Monday that the flag should be removed and be...

  • Seattle art exhibit puts spotlight on race, identity

    Yesterday

    SEATTLE (AP) — Race, identity and the masks people wear are the themes explored in a new exhibit of contemporary, multimedia art at the Seattle Art Museum. The themes feel especially relevant with the recent opening of the show "Disguise: Masks & Global African Art" coming one day...

  • Udall, Interior deputy secretary to tour Chaco Canyon area

    Yesterday

    CHACO CANYON, N.M. (AP) — U.S. Sen. Tom Udall and Interior Deputy Secretary Mike Connor are visiting northwestern New Mexico. The two are planning to tour the Chaco Canyon area before meeting Monday with residents and local officials with the Bureau of Land Management, the National...

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