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Community Organizing | Oregon Food Bank – Since 2008, Oregon Food Bank has partnered with the RARE Program. Oregon Food Bank’s work with the RARE Program has helped strengthen emergency food services and identify means to eliminate root causes of hunger in Oregon’s rural communities. Check out Oregon Food Bank’s website for more information about this wonderful partnership!
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How Is The Health Of Oregon’s GOP? On Wednesday we checked in on the state of Oregon’s Democratic party. Today, we take a look at the GOP. Oregon hasn’t had a Republican in statewide office since Gordon Smith lost his hold on a US Senate seat, almost four years.
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Inside the UGB
- Rejected appointment means Damascus will reopen search for Planning Commission seat
- Lake Oswego to consider extending 60-day deadline for alternative Foothills redevelopment plan
- Discount in Washington County development tax moves closer to reality
- Tootie Smith, former state legislator, raffles 9mm Glock pistol to raise funds for Clackamas County race
Outside the UGB
- City manager retiring in place
- Springfield waives fees for temporary advertising as a stimulus “experiment”
- Burien City Council to vote on sending annexation of Unincorporated King County to election
- Oregon’s ethics rules occasionally undermined by ‘loopholes’
- Rural counties have received their last federal timber payments
- Pendleton homeless program shares in $3.7M federal grant
- Walden sees jobs boom in Spectrum Act
- U.S. Supreme Court’s corporate ‘personhood’ question might be put before Ashland voters
- Surprise! Oregon labor commissioner election in November, not May
- Public Service Center use to be curtailed
- Vancouver, fire commanders OK contract