“What does a governor actually do each day?”
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The centennial celebration of Republican Sen. Mark O. Hatfield’s birth provides a cautionary tale for Oregonians.
This is the story of Max Monda, a mummified orange, and, idiosyncratic as it might sound, the role of the opinion press.
For decades, I watched as legislators punted when a difficult issue defied resolution: They appointed a task force.
Twenty years ago, Janelle Bynum arrived in Oregon intending to work in the semiconductor industry while her husband learned the ins-and-outs o…
Oregon’s police certification agency has made the headlines for the wrong reasons. At times, so have other state agencies overseen by boards a…
Imagine a community where homeless individuals aren’t living downtown, in parks and along busy streets and freeways.
On the day Oregonians chose Tina Kotek and Christine Drazan as their Democratic and Republican nominees for governor, I was supposed to be in Russia.