Jones Hollister (center) tried to file a petition to change their gender to nonbinary, but was denied in a Lane County court.

Jones Hollister (center) tried to file a petition to change their gender to nonbinary, but was denied in a Lane County court.

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  • A West Linn paper mill that went out of business in 2017 has a new investor. The Willamette Falls Paper Company re-opened in August and now employs over a hundred people. We talk with Ken Peterson about his investment and how the company is experimenting with alternatives to wood pulp.

 

  

  • Feral cats are taking over the City of Grants Pass. City Councilor Valeria Lovelace talks to us about efforts to control the overpopulation.

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