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With Portland Meadows gone, horse racing moves to Grants Pass, with first season deemed ‘outstanding success’

But that doesn’t mean horse racing is gone from Oregon. Instead

Oregon's Newest Commercial Horse Racing Track Closes a Successful First Meet

Grants Pass Downs wrapped a safe and successful inaugural commercial race meet on Nov. 4

Salem, Peabody Get State Dam, Seawall Grants

\"Our administration is proud to support municipalities throughout Massachusetts with these grants

Grants Pass High keeps woodworking alive

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Grants Pass Downs Reports Successful Meet

The meet

No cops after dark? Oregon town to use cameras, citizen patrols to police streets at night

A small southern Oregon town plans to beef up its diminished police presence by installing a ... Sheriff’s deputies currently patrol Cave Junction

Police: Wanted child sex abuse suspect found on porch of vacant Grants Pass home

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Local horse breeder excited about potential new horse facility in Grants Pass

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Gift packs include pass to DNR sites

The offer is available through Dec. 31

McConnell: Senate could pass partisan rules package for impeachment trial

Senate Majority Mitch McConnell Addison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnell Republicans raise concerns over Trump pardoning service members McConnell: Senate could pass partisan rules package for impeachment ... Medicaid work requirements | New front in fight over Medicaid block grants House
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U.S. House approves Space Force, family leave in $738 billion defense bill

By Patricia Zengerle

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives approved on Wednesday a $738 billion defense policy bill providing the first paid family leave for all federal workers and the creation of a Space Force, a top military priority for President Donald Trump.

The Democratic-controlled chamber voted by 377-48, easily sending the conference report on the National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA, to the Republican-controlled Senate, which is expected to pass it by the end of next week.




Young U.S. Republicans defy party to fight climate change

By Matthew Lavietes

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Conservative youth leaders in the United States launched a nationwide campaign on Wednesday to promote a carbon tax to combat global warming, defying the Republican Party and opposition to climate measures by President Donald Trump.

Drawn from Republican groups on more than two dozen university campuses, the Young Conservatives for Carbon Dividends called for laws to tax oil, natural gas and coal producers of planet-warming greenhouse gases.




Sandy Hook families to get day in court against gunmaker

By Kanishka Singh

(Reuters) - Families of victims in the Sandy Hook school massacre that killed 20 children and six adults will get their day in court about nine years from the shooting.

A trial date in September 2021 has been set for the lawsuit brought by them against Remington Arms Co over its marketing of the assault-style rifle used in the shooting.

"After nearly five years of legal maneuvering by Remington, we will finally discover what went on behind closed doors that led to the company's reckless marketing of the Bushmaster AR-15," Josh Koskoff, a lawyer for the victims, said in a statement.




New Zealand volcano toll seen at 16; police plan to recover bodies on Friday

By Charlotte Greenfield and Jane Wardell

WHAKATANE/WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Police in New Zealand are planning a mission to volcanic White Island on Friday to retrieve bodies of people killed in this week's eruption, while the known death toll from the disaster climbed to eight, with two people dying in hospital.

Eight more people are missing and presumed dead, buried under ash and debris from Monday's eruption. More than 20 people are in hospital, many with severe burns, while seven others have been transferred to burns units in Australia.




United Kingdom votes to decide the fate of Brexit, again

By Guy Faulconbridge and Elizabeth Piper

LONDON (Reuters) - Voters went to the polls on Thursday in an election that will pave the way for Brexit under Prime Minister Boris Johnson or propel Britain towards another referendum that could ultimately reverse the decision to leave the European Union.

After failing to deliver Brexit by an Oct. 31 deadline, Johnson called the election to break what he cast as political paralysis that had thwarted Britain's departure and sapped confidence in the economy.




Wintry weather remains focused on the Northwest and Northern Plains

The latest band of wintry weather to make its way across the U.S. will remain focused on the Northwest on Thursdaty as it brings rain to the coast and snow to the interior regions.
 
The Northern Plains and Midwest will face another day of extreme cold with Minneapolis feeling as though it is below zero for the majority of the morning before climbing into the 20s by the afternoon.



U.S. lawmakers begin debating impeachment articles against Trump

By David Morgan and Richard Cowan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives moved closer on Wednesday to impeaching President Donald Trump as a key House committee began debating formal articles of impeachment that are expected to be brought to the House floor next week.

The House Judiciary Committee was meeting to consider the two articles, which accuse Trump of abusing his power by trying to force Ukraine to investigate political rival Joe Biden and of obstructing Congress when lawmakers tried to look into the matter.





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