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The Connector Project – Have you heard of the “Connector Project”? It is a regional effort to identify respected cross-sector leaders having a track record of accomplishments while working towards common good. What issues do YOU want the 176 identified “Connectors” to discuss?
Another tribute to Mark Hatfield from a legislator/former aide, and others – Capitol Watch – Despite an unbroken string of election victories in a 46-year span, including a record 30 years in the U.S. Senate, Mark Hatfield should be remembered for other qualities, state Rep. Vic Gilliam, R-Silverton, said Friday in leading a tribute in the Oregon House.
Free-spirited mayor shakes up Tenino, Washington – Meet newly elected Mayor Eric Strawn, 35, who, on this recent Monday at the office, is wearing one of his dozen or so Bob Marley T-shirts.
Employee Happiness Matters More Than You Think – Happy workers will produce more and do their jobs better. Pro or con?
Entrepreneurs Need Creative Thinking After the Idea – Most aspiring entrepreneurs believe their initial idea and inspiration requires the most important creative thinking. Experienced entrepreneurs will tell you that the initial idea is the easy part, and it’s the later implementation, and the competitive business marketing that are the real creative challenges.
Inside the UGB
- River of sewage flows from Sellwood to North Portland treatment plant each day
- Portland Alliance makes early Metro endorsement
Outside the UGB
- Elgin City Council offers top police job to security contractor in Iraq, with conditions
- Albany- 3 new anti urban renewal petitions filed
- Tacoma News Tribune: Tacoma city manager says he’s up to challenge
- Fircrest will pay $405,000 to settle suits
- Happy to be a prison town?
- Murky district laws make for disputes