- 3 things to watch for in July’s job report: Oregon economic news
- Prisons, parking and public services all are part of Salem
- Willamette Lauded for Access, Named “National Water Trail”
- Big Burns Lead To Limits On Sage Grouse Hunting
- Report Could Point Way To Stronger Schools
- New Battle Lines Drawn Over Gillnets
- Oregon Legislature may ease law for hair braiders
(Portland Oregonian)A digest of news that affects Oregons economy.
(Salem Statesman Journal)State government is an omnipresent force in Salem. Besides driving the citys economy, the public sector contributes to the citys character.
(Oregon Public Broadcasting)Today about a hundred canoes and kayaks will launch into the Willamette at Linn County’s McCartney Park, marking a federal announcement.
(Oregon Public Broadcasting)Oregon’s Department of Fish and Wildlife plans to limit the number of permits it issues this year for sage grouse hunting.
(Oregon Public Broadcasting)The latest report from Oregons Quality Education Commission finds state school funding far below whats necessary for a good system.
(Oregon Public Broadcasting)Come Tuesday, the ears of gillnet fishermen will be trained on a teleconference meeting of Oregons Fish and Wildlife Commission.
(The World)Portland-area lawmakers say they hope to ease Oregon’s regulations on people who braid hair, a service that now requires a state license.