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Retail cashiers ranked fourth on a new list of occupations expected to have the most job openings in Oregon from 2012-22.
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Gov. John Kitzhaber's success in getting unions and conservative business leaders to lay down their ballot measure weaponry last week was of one those little-noticed acts of diplomatic mastery that can end up resetting the force fields of politics in ways that are powerful but subtle and invariably underappreciated.
The Internal Revenue Service is looking for volunteers from Oregon to serve on the Taxpayer Advocacy Panel , which helps the agency identify concerns and suggests ways it can improve services.
ON FEBRUARY 11, Mayor Charlie Hales unleashed a rhetorical tirade aimed at the people both suing the city and backing a campaign that would take Portland's water and sewer utilities out of city council's hands.
Gov. John Kitzhaber decided this week that Oregon will be the fourth state to avoid food stamp cuts included in the federal farm bill.
Gov. John Kitzhaber spoke against a right-to-work initiative proposal at a 2013 labor picnic at Oaks Park in Portland.
New concerns swirled this week that Cover Oregon would not get the extension it asked the federal government for in order to give Oregonians more time to enroll for coverage beyond the March 31 deadline.
Police officials have confirmed that a shootout outside Wilson High School in Hillsdale this afternoon left a suspect dead and a police officer injured - ending the city's second-longest stretch without a police shooting in more than 20 years.
Paulann Petersen will read and discuss her own work, and that of the late William Stafford at a reading for National Poetry Month.
Cuts signed into law in February as part of the farm bill officially took effect Monday.
Paul Stanford, one of the nation's leading marijuana legalization advocates, doesn't only want Oregonians to have the right to smoke pot.
Oregon's state-funded financial aid program, Oregon Opportunity Grants , is "underfunded and oversubscribed," in the words of one of its founding fathers, state higher education leader Tim Nesbitt.
McNichols is a Canby attorney who deals in bankruptcies, probate matters, and general civil litigation.
Bend businesswoman Aela Christofferson, who was also a board member of Cover Oregon, filed this week to run for the seat held by Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore.
Last year, the New York-based Remapping Debate project reviewed all 50 states' policies on abortion.