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Marketing Campaign Leverages Sesquicentennial to Stimulate Tourism SALEM, Ore., April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Travel Oregon today launched a special travel promotion geared to address current economic conditions by stimulating immediate demand for spring and summer travel. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090428/SF06811LOGO) The campaign, called "The Oregon 150 Challenge," TravelOregon.com/Challenge, is the signature tourism event for Oregon 150 (Oregon150.org).
PORTLAND, Ore., April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- One of Oregon's best-known public policy servants and spokespersons, Kerry Tymchuk, is leaving politics to become a corporate communications advisor at Conkling Fiskum & McCormick, Inc. (CFM). Tymchuk, who will be a CFM Principal, started today and is based in the firm's Portland office.
The state of Oregon has turned 150 years old and received a 400-pound cake for its sesquicentennial party, party attendees say. While the seven-layer cake was meant to serve 3,000 people, 6,000 showed up for Saturday's festivities at the Capitol in Salem, The (Portland) Oregonian reported Sunday. today is about you. You sure serve a crummy cake, 70-year-old Salem resident Merwyn Richert joked to cake servers at the event. I just wanted to have a taste, Wilsonville Arts and Culture Council...
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Arson likely was not the cause of the fire that darkened the stone of the Oregon Capitol building in Salem, authorities say. Investigators said while an official cause of Saturday's fire had yet to be determined, their initial suspicions were the fire that damaged portions of Oregon Gov.
The offices of Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski sustained smoke and water damage in a fire that hit the state Capitol early Saturday. The fire was reported about 12:30 a.m. by Willamette University students who saw flames in the building, The (Portland) Oregonian reported.
By Libby Tucker Oregon needs a unified policy to help weather volatile energy costs and provide long-term certainty to state energy supplies, says Gov. Ted Kulongoski.
By Winston Ross, The Register-Guard, Eugene, Ore. Jul.