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Oregon’s devastating wildfire season forced thousands of firefighters to work and camp together during a deadly global pandemic. It seemed like a recipe for an outbreak, but officials only report seven cases of COVID-19 among the crews.
JPR News | Featured
  • Your one-stop shop for information on state races and ballot measures in Southern Oregon and Northern California.
  • In 1948, Portland hosted the United States’ first-ever nationally broadcast presidential debate. The face-off, between two candidates competing for the Republican nomination, is widely seen as the precedent for today’s debates.
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  • Four luminaries – Henry Threadgill, Terri Lynne Carrington, Jimmy "Tootie" Heath and Phil Schaap – will be inducted in a ceremony scheduled, virtually, for next spring.
  • The New Jersey singer/songwriter joined us from a farm in a small town called Red Bank to share a few songs and talk about the special meaning behind the title of her new album Truth In The Mud.
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