Apr 3, 2024 - News

Rose City Rundown

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Narcotics officers led by Portland police seized more fentanyl in the last three months — nearly 23 pounds — than they did in all of 2023.

  • Law enforcement escalated their efforts during the tri-government, 90-day fentanyl emergency declared in January. (Willamette Week)

ğŸŽ­ PRAx, an arts center funded by philanthropist Patricia Reser of the Reser's Fine Foods family, will open Saturday on Oregon State University's campus in Corvallis. (Portland Tribune 🔐)

ğŸžï¸ Permits for overnight hiking and camping in Central Oregon's Mount Jefferson, Mount Washington and Three Sisters Wilderness areas went live yesterday. The new requirement aims to reduce overcrowding. (OPB)

🏆 Gregory Gourdet's Kann nabbed another accolade, this time as one of Food & Wine's top 20 restaurants in the country. (The Oregonian)

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