This is the creeping terror that haunts every recovering dope addict. We are a silent minority. And we are a growing minority. But, as with any minority, we have been misperceived, stereotyped, underrepresented and grotesquely vilified, often by ourselves.
Eugene Weekly's 84,000 readers pick up EW , they know they're guaranteed an engaging read that challenges the status quo and propels their active lifestyle. Founded in 1982, EW has become an institution in Oregon's second largest city -- a...
More than 30 people in Curry County, Ore. say a helicopter dripping pesticides over their rural homes sickened them and their animals last October. Under Oregon law, helicopters can spray toxic pesticides right next to people's homes and farms, with no protective buffers.
An Oregon daily paper fires a pregnant reporter for checking email while on pregnancy disability leave. Previous to being going on leave, popular entertainment reporter Serena Markstrom Nugent was moved to a hard news beat she lacked experience in and then placed on a "performance improvement plan."