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A Harney County Circuit Court judge on Thursday blocked a new voter-approved Oregon law banning the sale of large-capacity firearms magazines with more than 10 rounds from taking effect while court arguments proceed.
Timber sales in the Tillamook State Forest and nearby forests generated $30.5 million for taxing districts in Washington, Tillamook, and Columbia Counties in fiscal year 2022, the Oregon Department of Forestry said.
Measure 114, which bans the sale of high-capacity firearms magazines, is scheduled to go into effect on Thursday
The Washington County Board of Commissioners will host the final of four county Town Halls this year Tuesday, December 6 at 6 p.m., focusing on the work of each of the elected commissioners and their work in 2022.
City election results: Psilocybin facilities on track to be banned for two years, uncontested candidates breeze to victory
Early results showed Banks voters on track to ban psilocybin facilities in city limits for two years.
Four other races—mayor and three city council seats—had no surprises in store, given that each position had only one candidate file to run.
Washington County’s government has a new website, unveiled officially to the public Monday.
The Washington County Board of Commissioners will host the third of four planned county Town Halls this year Thursday, September 28 at 6 p.m., focusing on county budgeting, or how taxpayer money is spent at the county level.
The Oregon Supreme Court has ended a six-year legal battle between the state and 13 western Oregon counties over logging practices by declining to hear the case.