Well, maybe they’d appreciate the gesture. Maybe they’d appreciate some non-threatening human contact.
Workers at The Rawlin, a long-term memory care facility in Springfield, officially went on strike Tuesday after several weeks of demanding recognition for their union.
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Oregon is building a new future that we all have a stake in, a future that seeks to mend the wounds inflicted by the war on drugs.
Long Live the Interim Mayor of Springfield Sean VanGordon is the new interim mayor of Springfield following last week’s vote by City Council. The new mayor was appointed after a 4-2 vote, […]
Sexuality is confusing for everyone, especially for queers living in a heterosexual and largely homophobic society, so things were not always so clear.
Essentially, jails such as the Lane County Jail in Eugene—which has been overbooked during the pandemic, and whose inmates already weren’t getting the proper care they needed—will begin losing funding once the law kicks in on Feb. 1st.