Oregonians will vote on tightening gun laws, banning legislative walkouts and slavery and making health care a right
By Alex Baumhardt - Oregon Capital Chronicle
On Nov. 1, NW Natural, the state’s largest natural gas utility, will raise residential rates about 14%, and then another 11% in March, affecting about 600,000 people.
Republican Mike Erickson and Democrat Andrea Salinas are vying for Oregon’s 6th Congressional District that’s one of the most diverse in the state.
Results from the National Assessment for Educational Progress show declines in math and reading proficiency among Oregon fourth- and eighth-graders.
Republicans hope ongoing frustration from pandemic school closures will win over undecided voters in November.
New data released this week shows the number of Oregon high schoolers on track to graduate has rebounded to pre-pandemic levels.
Oregon Chief Justice Martha Walters will retire on Dec. 31 after 16 years on the state’s Supreme Court and four years as its leader.
A large gap exists between the costs and benefits of NW Natural’s plan to produce and blend green hydrogen into natural gas for customers in Eugene.
Leah Feldon, deputy director of the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality will lead the agency following the departure of former Director Richard Whitman this week.
Districts have two more years to spend $1 billion in federal funds, but some say the benefits have been temporary and have come with unintended consequences.