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PUD will sue state energy department again over annual fee

State agency appeals prior court ruling as PUD, others, gear up for new lawsuit.

After jointly suing the Oregon Department of Energy and winning, Columbia River People’s Utility District plans to legally contest its most recent bill from the state agency. 49 more words

Pamplin Media

Get Your FREE Rush Card & Then Get $30 Per Referral

RushCard Refer a Friend Program  Would you like to get $30 for referring your friends to the RushCard Refer a Friend Program?

You can earn up to $630 this year just by getting a RushCard and then referring some friends to get a card too! 22 more words


Transportation App Fees Currently Unsustainable

Recently, some of the major “rideshare” transportation apps have come to the realization that they must raise their fees. The realization is mostly due to external sources, such as cities, that are pushing for fee increases to help balance their local budgets and to level the playing field between the transportation apps and taxi’s. 307 more words


How do you value your housesitter?

It has been some while since I posted on this site!  I have now completed three housesits since formally launching South Coast housesitting in July 2017.  1,315 more words


Hunting, fishing license fees are going up

Oregonians will be paying more to hunt and fish in 2018 under a round of license fee increases that have been in the pipeline since 2015.The cost of a hunting license will increase by $1.50 to $33.50 and the annual fishing license will increase by $3 to $41, according to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. 8 more words

Mail Tribune

Big tech companies won't change until they are regulated like banks

Since September, Google has been in contempt of the US District Court of Northern California—a penalty for refusing to hand over foreign-stored emails in response to government search warrants. 483 more words

Sponsoring a feline for adoption.

Did you know you can sponsor cats for adoption at the rescue centers in town? At the Humane Educational Society of Chattanooga, for example, the fee is only $25, and they put a note on the cat’s card to let potential adopters know the cat is, for all intents and purposes, free! 18 more words