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A&A Packaging comments on the first series of dispensary inspection reports by Oregon health officials, as well as the criteria and reporting used to gauge each inspection. Portland,
The State of Oregon has settled whistleblower claims filed by a former Oregon Corrections Enterprises head, who alleged that he was fired for speaking up about questionable spending and hiring
A&A Packaging comments on the positive direction Oregon is taking by issuing the first round of medical marijuana dispensary licenses last week. Portland,
Following The Oregonian article, published on December 13th and titled “More Elderly, Disabled Oregonians Rely on Food Stamps Despite Recovering Economy,” HTG impressed upon readers the importance
Oregon's largest newspaper will use DTI Circulation to create new revenue.
A passenger in a sport utility vehicle that struck a hawk in Oregon said he was shocked to find the bird alive and trapped in the vehicle's grille.
By Betsy Hammond, The Oregonian, Portland, Ore. Aug. 5--More than 430 Oregon schools failed to reach federal performance targets this year, the worst showing in six years under the federal No Child Left Behind law.
By Tara Ballenger, The Oregonian, Portland, Ore. Aug. 4--When classes resume this fall, students from two Portland high schools can cross monthly transit passes off their back-to-school shopping lists.
By Yuxing Zheng, The Oregonian, Portland, Ore. Aug. 2--Water from Wapato Lake near Gaston has led to a fish kill and suspicions that it caused last month's toxic blue-green algae bloom in the Tualatin River, and a musty odor and taste in some of Washington County's drinking water.
By Corey Paul, The Oregonian, Portland, Ore. Aug. 4--Logan Winborn, 21, of Northwest Portland, uses the weekend to do his chores. But the closure of the Steel Bridge across the Willamette River meant an hourlong trip Sunday in search of new socks.
- An armed gangster.