All seven of Oregon’s public universities will raise tuition for the 2019-2020 school year, with officials citing increased costs and less money than expected from legislators. 32 more words
A leading critic of how the federal government manages a Salem boarding school for Native American students wants changes at the top of the agency supervising the school. 24 more words
Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries concluded that the state Legislature had not done enough to curb hostile and inappropriate interactions.
Lawmakers in the House have agreed to overhaul a rule addressing harassment and discrimination and to create a new equity office tasked with improving the Capitol’s workplace culture. 20 more words
Guest Opinion: We encourage the solar industry to honor Oregon’s irreplaceable farmland and utilize sites that won’t diminish our ability to grow food.
Three of Oregon’s most iconic state parks could get a little bigger this month.
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Commission will consider buying around 40 acres and adding them to state parks at Smith Rock, near Wallowa Lake and in John Day. 14 more words