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Roseburg Library Rescue Action Team

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Grassroots Effort Building New Roseburg Cascadian Library

A Roseburg Library Rescue Action Team (LRAT) has formed, and the grassroots, volunteer, community effort is off to a great start to provide minimal library service in Roseburg after the main branch closes June 1. 511 more words

Events

Green Stormwater Infrastructure Pilot Program Provides Training to Baltimore City Job-Seekers

In a recent press release (2017-05-18) the Center for Watershed Protection announced the start of a new Clean Water Training Certificate Program that will provide qualifying job-seeking individuals with green stormwater infrastructure installation, maintenance, and inspection skills. 351 more words

Environment

Forrester: Drone range a development opportunity -- Guest Opinion

I hesitate to say that something is new in Pendleton’s economy after dashed hopes over the years.

Why has Pendleton not landed payrolls that have gone to Hermiston? 12 more words

Guest Opinion

New CRPUD substation named after Sen. Johnson

Columbia River PUD will honor State Sen. Betsy Johnson (D) with a new substation to be built near the Scappoose Industrial Airpark. The PUD’s Board of Directors voted unanimously in favor of the name “Betsy Johnson Substation” at their May 16 meeting. 13 more words

Oregon Legislature

Expectations Vs. Reality

First weeks in Yangon, Myanmar

As Cuso International’s new Sustainable Tourism Development Advisor in Yangon, Myanmar, I am responsible for researching best practices to support the building of environmentally sustainable tourism businesses in Myanmar. 723 more words

Placements

Editorial: Arts are more important here than most realize

Local counties in top 10 percent in U.S. for arts vibrancy

What comes to mind when thinking of our area’s most important economic sectors? Fishing? Wood products? 51 more words

Opinion

Cargo Pours Into Port At Record Levels

Thanks to the widening of the Panama Canal, the Port of Baltimore once again sets a new record this quarter, with overall cargo intake increasing 4.8 percent. 161 more words

County News