Author Archives: Oregon State Library

April 24, 2014 eClips

Oregon drug deaths: More people dying from meth use, cocaine-related deaths at a low Oregon schools’ big switch to academics-only grades, with no penalty for late papers or missing homework, is kaput ODOT lays out plans for Oregon 47/Verboort Road … Continue reading

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April 23, 2014 eClips

Cover Oregon budget crunch overshadows whether to fix bug-ridden health insurance exchange or go federal ODOT acts to limit disclosure of oil train shipments after The Oregonian won its release State ethics panel wants to redefine who’s a journalist in … Continue reading

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April 22, 2014 eClips

Oregon has a plan to rate teachers based partly on their students’ test scores Oregon primary election: What you need to know Proposed FDA rule would hurt Oregon’s breweries, dairy farmers — Opinion Two timber companies win bids to buy … Continue reading

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April 21, 2014 eClips Weekend Edition

State Library eClips * Tribes, ranchers sign deal to share scarce Upper Klamath Basin water * 6 California sea lions killed at Bonneville Dam to protect Columbia River salmon * Oregon providers make less from Medicare, and health, medical culture … Continue reading

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April 21, 2014 eClips

Beer prices could go up under FDA food safety proposal: readers react Salem Health again pushes to have historic building razed Still looking for ‘More’ about state workers for a new online feature Cost of long-term care insurance rising for … Continue reading

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April 18, 2014 eClips

Oregon oil train shipments increased 250 percent in 2013 Oregon providers make less from Medicare, and health, medical culture explain why Oregon Secretary of State’s voter registration website returns after outage Forest Grove fire marshal says roundabouts ‘safest’, ODOT statistics … Continue reading

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April 17, 2014 eClips

Columbia River Crossing audit finds $17 million in questionable spending Japanese tsunami debris threat wanes along Oregon coast Oracle blasts Oregon for spreading Cover Oregon ‘false narrative’ Oregon welfare audit says state should increase job training, accountability to move recipients … Continue reading

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April 16, 2014 eClips

Oregon schools hiring by the hundreds, a welcome reversal in the teacher job market Oregon Medicare payments: 6 interesting facts in the data Cover Oregon: New executive director suspends Deloitte contract, more cuts likely Oregon Youth Authority staffers and at-risk … Continue reading

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April 15, 2014 eClips

Oregon schools hiring teachers after long hiring drought; 40% more employers at Tuesday’s big job fair Driver’s education students can now waive DMV’s road test thanks to new rule Oregon Medicare data shows disparity in provider payments Oregon Department of … Continue reading

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April 14, 2014 eClips Weekend Edition

State Library eClips * Key Oregon corrections official remains on duty as ethics probe launches * Wind Turbines, the new icon of Pacific Northwest landscape * Oregon judge says flashing lights to warn oncoming drivers of police is free speech … Continue reading

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