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2 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
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.
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6 hrs ago | The Oregonian
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.
11 hrs ago | West Linn Tidings
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.
12 hrs ago | Seattle Times
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.
16 hrs ago | Daily Kos
Gov. John Kitzhaber decided this week that Oregon will be the fourth state to avoid food stamp cuts included in the federal farm bill.
18 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Lisa Sedlar, former New Seasons CEO, opened her first health-food convenience store, Green Zebra Grocery, in North Portland last fall.
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.
Large class sizes: How much have large class sizes affected your Hillsboro student's education? The Oregonian's Andrea Castillo has set up a poll for parents in the Hillsboro School District , home to the biggest average class sizes among the largest 11 districts in the Portland metro area.
Cuts signed into law in February as part of the farm bill officially took effect Monday.
Vancouver Mayor Tim Leavitt had harsh words for two unnamed state senators today during his State of the City address.
Several states are considering offering free tuition at community colleges, as the cost of a college education continues to climb and as high school diplomas no longer guarantee a living wage.
After 14 years of work costing Oregon and Washington state nearly $200 million, officials this week began "orderly archival and closeout" of the Columbia River Crossing project.
Portland Community College students and a few lawmakers stand behind Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber as he signs the second of two bills that aim to open college opportunity to more young Oregonians.
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Hanjin Shipping Co. said Monday it will continue serving the Port of Portland, subject to quarterly reviews.
Gov. John Kitzhaber said he hopes the rules the Oregon Board of Education will write allowing the use of Native American mascots at public schools address the concerns of critics.