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Children in military families that move every few years face challenges with things such as school enrollment, class placement and even on-time graduation.
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Recent storms have eased Oregon's drought a bit. Forty-seven percent of the state is in severe drought, down from 77 percent just four weeks ago, the U.S. Drought Monitor reported Thursday.
The bridge that wouldn't: In the face of Washington's failure, Oregon legislators elected not to go it alone in leading construction of the bistate project.
Voters in the Beaverton School District will weigh in soon on a construction bond that, at $680 million, is 41 percent larger than the record-setting measure Portland voters approved in 2012.
When you talk about hungry families, people want to know just how hungry they are, and why did anybody have a family if he couldn't feed it, and doesn't it ruin a kid's moral fiber to feed him.
Fired in 2012 from Water Environment Services of Clackamas County after blowing the whistle on the director of the department, Dan Henninger is still out of work.
As Beaverton Community Health Collaborative partners work on the proposed facility's planning, design and site selection, the Oregon Legislature approved $1 million in one-time lottery bond funding to construct the proposed health and teaching facility.
Ethan Krow, legislative assistant for Rep. Ben Unger, D-Hillsboro , confirmed Thursday that Forest Grove city officials approached Unger with plans for the city's long-term growth.
House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, this week accused Oregon and other states of "cheating" and "fraud" in avoiding cuts to food stamps.
The Oregonian's Jeff Mapes, Christian Gaston and Yuxing Zheng talk about Gov. John Kitzhaber's decision to avoid food stamp cuts and the political implications.
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.
Gov. John Kitzhaber and others are expected to speak at a memorial service for Thomas Vaughan, who led the Oregon Historical Society for 35 years.
Before signing legislative bills on Tuesday afternoon authorizing strategic funding for community colleges and higher education, Gov. John Kitzhaber made clear his administration's commitment to bringing higher education opportunities to the widest pool of students possible.
Bill would give students two days off for religions reasons : A bill that would permit state employees and students to take up two days off each year for religious purposes unanimously passed the Senate on Tuesday and is headed to Gov. Jay Inlsee's desk for approval.
Gov. John Kitzhaber decided this week that Oregon will be the fourth state to avoid food stamp cuts included in the federal farm bill.
Lisa Sedlar, former New Seasons CEO, opened her first health-food convenience store, Green Zebra Grocery, in North Portland last fall.