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  2. Oregon (band) - Wikipedia

    Oregon is an American jazz and world music group, formed in 1970 by Ralph Towner, Paul McCandless, Glen Moore, and Collin Walcott.

  3. The Oregon Trail (series) - Wikipedia

    The Oregon Trail is a series of educational computer games. The first game was originally developed by Don Rawitsch, Bill Heinemann, and Paul Dillenberger in 1971 and produced by the Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium (MECC) in 1974.

  4. List of hospitals in Oregon - Wikipedia

    Eastmoreland Hospital: Multnomah: Portland: 2004 Legacy Holladay Park Medical Center: Multnomah: Portland: 1994 Morningside Hospital: Multnomah: Portland: 1968

  5. Blockbuster (Bend, Oregon) - Wikipedia,_Oregon)

    Located at the intersection of Route 20 and Revere Avenue, the Blockbuster in Bend, Oregon, was opened by Ken and Debbie Tisher in 1992 as the second location of Pacific Video, a small video rental store chain in the state. In 2000, Tisher converted it into a Blockbuster franchise store. Sandi Harding has been the general manager since 2004.

  6. List of school districts in Oregon - Wikipedia

    Oregon's elementary and secondary school districts include unified, component elementary, union high and unified elementary districts. Unified districts serve students from kindergarten to twelfth grade , union high school districts serve students in seventh or ninth grades through twelfth grade who reside within the district's boundaries and ...

  7. Juntura, Oregon - Wikipedia,_Oregon

    Juntura is an unincorporated community in Malheur County, Oregon, United States on U.S. Route 20.The word juntura is Spanish for "juncture", and the community was named for its proximity to the confluence of the Malheur River with the North Fork Malheur River.

  8. Alis volat propriis - Wikipedia

    In 1987, the legislature readopted the original motto, which it felt better reflected Oregon's independent spirit. The sponsors of the bill that changed the motto back to alis volat propriis included the Oregon Secretary of State and later Governor Barbara Roberts, President of the Oregon Senate Jason Boe, and Senate historian Cecil Edwards.

  9. Lime, Oregon - Wikipedia,_Oregon

    Lime is an unincorporated community and ghost town in Baker County, Oregon, United States, 5 miles (8 km) north of Huntington on U.S. Route 30/Interstate 84. It is near the confluence of Marble Creek and the Burnt River on the Union Pacific Railroad. The Oregon Trail passes through Lime.