A Pac-12 battle is on tap between the Oregon State Beavers and the Oregon Ducks at 7:30 p.m. ET on Friday at Reser Stadium. Oregon State is 1-2 overall and 1-1 at home, while Oregon is 3-0 overall and 1-0 on the road. The Ducks are ranked first in the North Division; Oregon State is ranked fourth. The Ducks are favored by 13 points in the latest Oregon State vs. Oregon odds from William Hill Sportsbook, and the Over-Under is set at 64.5.
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Can the Dyson Pure Hot + Cool clean your air from smoke and soot?
That’s what I have been testing for parts of the past few months during the western fires that hit California, Oregon, and Washington State. They’ve been banished from the news cycle thanks to the impending election, but the fires this summer were devastating, horrific, and massive. When you can’t breathe safely, few other things in life matter.
Months later, the fires are still not completely extinguished.
Dyson sent me a review unit of its largest air filtration system which can also heat a room (the last thing I needed this summer) and provide cooling breezes (very welcome). Since I got it during the height of the summer’s
Oregon voters who go online to search for information about the election now underway are likely to find a website called the “2020 Oregon voter guide” at the top of their search results.
Thanks to paid search engine ads, that website shows up before the state’s official voters’ guide, which is what the Oregon secretary of state calls the online version of the voters pamphlet.
So what is the “2020 Oregon voter guide” and who is paying for it?
It looks neutral and informational, with biographies and flattering photographs of all six major party candidates for statewide office and a promise to provide “simple and clear information.” But it endorses only Democrats and urges a “yes” vote on all four statewide ballot measures.
The website says it is “presented by a coalition of organizations dedicated to promoting economic fairness, public education, healthcare access, and environmental justice.” It recommends the Democratic