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Junnelle Hogen

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Eugene, OR, United States

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Past articles by Junnelle:

Brown, Pierce spar over spending, land use

Oregon governor race highlights candidate spending, land use disagreements during first debate Oregon Gov. → Read More

Oregon blueberry yield topples records, expands overseas

Blueberries in the Willamette Valley grow with water from wells and sprinklers, dousing them in the early spring. → Read More

Podcast: Cape Kiwanda toppling to foster fare follow-up

Tune in for the last installment of our weekly podcast, the City-State Seven. → Read More

Sublimity Harvest Festival ushers in the fall

Sublimity Harvest Festival kicks off the season of school days, community celebrations and brisk, cool mornings → Read More

Fairgrounds asks state for more money

Another state fair has come to a close, in a week and a half of warm temperatures and clear skies. → Read More

Podcast: Smelly city to troubling foster care system, Salem weathers a wacky week

In the last week of the Oregon State Fair, and the week leading up to the new school year, Salem has had its share of quixotic news. → Read More

Oregon report shows large increase in Medicaid enrollees; mixed reaction to Marion, Polk area CCO

Marion and Polk counties are serviced by Willamette Valley Community Health, which employs more than 530 physicians, with a service area including West Valley Community in Dallas,Salem Hospital in Salem, Silverton Hospital in Silverton and Santiam M → Read More

Oregon State Fair wraps up on crowd-filled day

The last day of the Oregon State Fair was greeted by warm weather, clear skies and bustling crowds. → Read More

Salem families shop for back-to-school items as date draws nigh

While crowds of last-minute vacationers hit the roads for the Memorial Day weekend, several Salem-area families stayed local instead, shopping for back-to-school items. → Read More

Medical dispensary in a recreational world: Local dispensary owners ponder past, forecast future

Throughout the state, change is afoot in Oregon's marijuana industry. → Read More

Gov. Kate Brown visits state fair on campaign

She didn't stop to grab a corndog, but Oregon Gov. Kate Brown did tour the fairgrounds and meet with a number of fair personalities Friday as part of her election campaign. → Read More

Logan Kitzhaber toxicology test goes to DA

A district attorney's office has received Logan Kitzhaber's case and lab results, and will decide whether to file charges → Read More

Oregon medical marijuana patients can be banned from buying guns, ruling affirms

Wednesday, a federal appeals court upheld a decision banning gun sales to medical marijuana patient card holders in nine states, including Oregon. → Read More

Oregon's road usage charge program gets grant to expand

It has been a while since the road usage charge the state rolled out in July of 2015, OreGO, has had any considerable developments, but this Wednesday Oregon Department of Transportation announced the voluntary pay-by-the-mile program received a $2. → Read More

Year out from eclipse, local hotels maxed out

The moon passes between the Earth and the Sun. Darkness replaces the daylight. → Read More

Oregon improves to "B" in health care transparency

Oregon's health care transparency rating jumped from a consistent "F" to a "B" this year on a national scorecard after new legislation required Oregon hospitals to report average costs for in-patient and out-patient procedures. → Read More

Salem joins First Lady's healthy city campaign

Salem city councilors approved a city-wide campaign encouraging active and healthy lifestyles → Read More

Vehicle fire on Highway 22 slows down traffic

A vehicle fire on Highway 22, near the 1-5 corridor, is causing a traffic delay during commuter hour. → Read More

Mercury found in stormwater drain in Keizer

Crews are still cleaning up after a mercury spill in Keizer, which sparked a federal investigation late last week. → Read More

Greenbaum's says goodbye: 116-year-old Salem quilt shop closes

The forest is empty. → Read More