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2012 November 26 - 12:00 am
A state investigation shows that a two-year-old Oregon community college program designed to prepare students for careers in outdoor recreation and survival can’t account for $13,000 worth of equipment and that the staff used college money to buy personal items such as candy and sunglasses.

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