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A pair of moderate earthquakes shook the Pacific Ocean about 100 miles off the southern Oregon coast late Saturday and early Sunday.
The humpback whale whose carcass washed ashore near Arch Cape over the weekend, and then left with the high tide, is back again.
The author’s latest book is divided into 10 chapters taking on different events that occurred in the history of the world’s largest body of water.