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FreeWashington County • Coronavirus • Government November 6
State officials urge limiting gatherings, enact "pause" restrictions on five counties
In a last-ditch effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus before enacting strict measures that could have devastating effects for Oregon’s businesses and economy, Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced a “Two-Week Pause” for five counties, with five others — including Washington County — on the cusp of being added to the list.
Crash • Glenwood • Highway 6 November 6
Crash closes Highway 6 east of Glenwood
A crash involving a pickup truck and a tree has closed Highway 6 roughly one mile east of Glenwood near mile marker 40, according to the Oregon Department of Transportation and Forest Grove Fire & Rescue.
FreeWashington County • Elections • Politics November 5
Thursday vote tally for county, state races and measures
With newer results in hand from the Oregon Secretary of State, here is where county, state, and federal races and measures stand on Thursday afternoon.
FreeOregon • Elections • Politics November 4
Suzanne Weber wins House District 32 race
For the first time since 2003, residents in House District 32, which includes the city of Banks, Gales Creek, Gaston, Timber, and the North Coast, will be represented in the Oregon Legislature by a Republican legislator.
FreeWashington County • Elections • Politics November 3
Want to vote? Do it by 8 p.m. today at a drop site or county elections office
Those wishing to vote must do so today by 8 p.m., at a ballot drop site or the county elections office. If you’re in line by 8 p.m., stay in line - you can still vote.
FreeColumn • History • Gales Creek November 3
Column | The Diaries of Esther Lilly Hundley: Election Day special edition
Today as the election draws to a close in Oregon and the nation, we look to history, with diary entries from Gales Creek resident Esther Lilly Hundley on seven election days from 1928 to 1950.

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