The city of Oregon City receives annual funding from the Metro Regional Government for hosting the South Metro Transfer Station and uses it each year to provide matching grants to local nonprofit organizations
Oregon City Calendar of Community Events Week of July 5
The Oregon City Library holds its “Touch-A-Truck” event at Library Park, and the Oregon City Planning Commission holds a work session
As many as 230,000 people in the state have developed long Covid, which can take years to go away by Lynne Terry – Oregon Capitol Chronicle Covid continues to sicken hundreds of people every day in Oregon, though fewer people need intensive care, according to the Oregon Health Authority. “Unlike[Read More…]
A review of scientific research by OHSU researchers finds marijuana may provide short-term relief for patients suffering from chronic pain, but other research on the benefits of marijuana is “surprisingly thin” or simply does not exist. Read the full story at KGW.com.
Portland General Electric filed a lawsuit to condemn land adjacent to their West Linn property near Willamette Falls, but the Conference Tribes of the Grand Rhonde says the move threatens their fishing rights at the falls. Read the full story on Patch.com.
By Les Zaitz – Oregon Capitol Chronicle – June 6, 2022 Kate Brown was on the job as Oregon’s governor for just a week in 2015 when she posted an opening for a state judge. Three months later, she named a prosecutor to be a Lane County Circuit Court judge.[Read More…]
by Lynne Terry, Oregon Capital ChronicleMay 12, 2022 State officials have nearly $19 million to spend on training Oregonians to work in construction, health care, and manufacturing. Earlier this month, the state Bureau of Labor and Industries opened the bidding process for training and apprenticeship programs for underserved communities, including[Read More…]