- Algae alert issued for Dorena Reservoir east of Cottage Grove
- Lower Willamette Group not complying with Superfund cleanup order for Portland Harbor, EPA says
- Oregonians will vote on Ballot Measures 77 through 85 on Nov. 6
- Hacking cases down, still a threat
- Oregon considers allowing new forms of ID
- Measure numbers assigned for ballot
- Five new coordinated care organizations approved to start in September
- Hospital annex expected to bring jobs to Junction City
(Portland Oregonian)An algae alert was issued today by Oregon Public Health for Dorena Reservoir east of Cottage Grove in Lane County, marking the third such advisory this summer.
(Portland Oregonian)For the first time in 11 years, the Environmental Protection Agency has declared a key group of Portland Harbor property owners out of compliance with the harbor’s cleanup consent order.
(Portland Oregonian)The secretary of state’s office has issued numbers to Nov. 6 ballot measures which makes the whole thing more real for us regular voters. The nine measures will be listed on the ballot at nos. 77 to 85.
(Salem Statesman Journal)-State officials warn of increasing sophistication-
One recent Sunday morning, a hacker who went by the name D4rk Driv3R infiltrated an Oregon State Library Web page.
(Salem Statesman Journal)-State considering alternatives to driver’s licenses-
An effort is under way for Oregon to develop alternative forms of driver identification.
(Salem Statesman Journal)-Casino, marijuana, taxes among election topics-
Measure numbers have been assigned to the nine measures that voters will consider on the Nov. 6 general election ballot
(Salem Statesman Journal)Another group of coordinated care organizations have been approved and will start enrollment in September, the Oregon Health Authority announced today.
(The Daily Journal of Commerce)The new Oregon State Hospital annex in Junction City will provide relief, but not only for its patients, according to Kevin Watson, the citys administrator.