About the Oregon Coast AquariumThe Oregon Coast Aquarium opened in its current location in Newport, Oregon in 1992. The world class facility spans 23 acres of land along Yaquina Bay, on the West Coast of the United States, near the Pacific Ocean. While the attractions are top notch, the aquarium is probably best known for the time it was home to Keiko the Killer Whale (star of “Free Willy”).
Does it Matter if You are at Risk for Breast Cancer?This question is the most curious one for me. I have very little cancer in my family tree. I have since learned that it is a common misconception that “most breast cancers are hereditary.” In fact, it is just the opposite! Of all breast cancers diagnosed in the United States, 80% of the patients have no family history of the disease..
What is for dinner? That question is repeated around the world on a daily basis. Sometimes the answer is easy but often an hour or longer can be spent just making a decision. That is crazy who has that kind of time to waste? Much of that time can be saved if we learn to prepare in advance.
When the touristy tourists came outside the Running Springs family simply replied that it looked like a park because it was in the city. This is quite an over the top scenario, but I am sure you get the idea of how acting too touristy can push people’s buttons. One of my favorites is when tourists would stop by our house and ask for water because the town was five miles away.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileThe western lowland gorilla was presented on Wednesday, Nov. 18, with five piles of the same treat and five signs corresponding to different possible names for his baby son, born Sept. 2.Zoo staff decided to let Charles choose his son’s name from five options whittled down from more than 5,000 suggestions submitted by members of the public.Whichever pile of treats Charles chose determined the newborn ape’s name.The baby was to be one of Nassir, Neo, Nico, Nigel or Nsambu.
Eight counties make up this rural region and are home to over 100,000 workers. Local companies report low employee turnover rates and some problem finding enough good workers to fill certain job vacancies. However, the region is also home to eight recognized, accredited facilities of Higher Learning to prepare youth and adults students for the full range of certifications and training that include short term certificates, college degrees, medical and law degrees, and a range of PhDs.