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Oregon at 2 p.m.
CRABBING BOAT-THREE RESCUED
PORTLAND, Ore. — Three men were in good condition early Wednesday after being cut from inside the hull of a capsized crab boat off the Oregon coast. Their harrowing rescue was caught on video the night before. By Gillian Flaccus. SENT: 430 words. With AP photos, video.
SEATTLE — Another winter storm brought more snow to Western Washington through Wednesday morning, dropping more than a foot of snow on parts of the Olympic Peninsula. SENT: 290 words. With AP photos.
NORPAC FACILITIES SALE
SALEM, Ore. — The $49 million sale of NORPAC Foods’ Salem, Brooks and Stayton processing facilities to cold storage giant Lineage Logistics was approved Tuesday by U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Peter McKittrick, contingent on agreements being reached concerning previous union contracts. SENT: 280 words.
—SALMON HATCHERY TRIBE: Tribes break ground on hatchery that aims to restore salmon.
—CRATER LAKE POWER OUTAGE: Heavy snow causes power outage at Crater Lake National Park.
—FATAL SHOOTING SENTENCE: Bend man who shot, killed woman sentenced to 9 years.
The AP-Portland, Ore.