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(Salem, OR) -- Three Oregon restaurants face thousands of dollars in fines for not following COVID-19 regulations. The company that owns the Black Bear Diners in Bend and Redmond has been fined 35-thousand dollars for allowing indoor dining when it was prohibited. In Springfield, the Twisted River Saloon has been fined over 18-thousand dollars for offering indoor dining when it was banned. The restaurants have a month to appeal the fines.

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