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NEWS: Redesign Oregon's Flag To Honor Its 150 Years

Oregon flag at state courthouse courtesy of Jason McHuff Salem, Oregon—In honor of the state’s 150th anniversary in 2009, Oregonians are being...

NEWS: Solar Lights The Way On Oregon Roads

Gov. Ted Kulongoski and Portland General Electric CEO Peggy Fowler install the first solar panel last month. Picture courtesy of OregonDOT Oregon—Solar...

Portland’s Sunny Day

Credit: Rose Test Garden by Michael Peck/Rand McNally.com Portland, Ore. — The temperature hit 101 degrees in Portland on Saturday. It felt like it,...

Seeing the Big Tree

Credit: Siskiyou National Forest by Laurie Borman/Rand McNally.com Siskiyou National Forest, Ore. — Get up early for a cool hike through the conifer forest....

The Land of Full Service

Credit: Local color by Laurie Borman/Rand McNally.com Near Crater Lake, Ore. — While gas prices may be sky-high, there’s one thing about...

Tower of Treats

Credit: Rogue Creamery by Laurie Borman/Rand McNally.com Medford, Ore. — Anyone who’s ever ordered from gourmet food purveyor Harry & David knows about the...

TRAVELOGUE: Vacation Mode

Credit: Ashland statue by ElektraCute Ashland, Ore. — The phases of relaxation can be measured by the amount of makeup applied each morning. As...

Shakespeare Unleashed

Credit: Metal Shakespeare by Laurie Borman/Rand McNally.com Ashland, Ore. — This town is famous for its Oregon Shakespeare Festival, now in its 73rd...

Is Crater Lake really blue, or is it just the weather?

A rainy day at Crater Lake Crater Lake in kinder weather Crater Lake, Ore. — What a difference a day makes! Weather can...