Doctors: highest paid positions in state agencies

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Monday, May 12, 2014

Oregon invests in doctors—they receive the highest salaries in the Department of Corrections, Oregon Health Authority, Oregon State Police and Oregon Medical Board.

 

DEQ issues $7,800 penalty to Columbia Forest Products

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Monday, May 12, 2014

The company exceeded visual emission limits at its plywood mill.

 

Technology association seeks funding for "cyber excellence"

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Friday, May 09, 2014

An Oregon “Center of Cyber-Excellence” would establish curriculum guidelines at the state’s universities and community colleges to help supply skilled workers for the field.

 

Intel will pay emissions fine

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Friday, May 09, 2014

Intel will pay a $143,000 civil penalty and agree to other terms in an agreement with the DEQ.

 

Businesses form anti-discrimination group

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The group, Oregon United Against Discrimination, says it has support from 160 large businesses to fight anti-gay discrimination.

 

State continues nursery probe

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The Bureau of Labor Industries is investigating Leo Gentry Wholesale Nursery after workers claim they weren't fully paid.

 

Zoo firings impact HQ hotel leadership

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Tom Dresler, head of Metro’s visitor venues division, will take an interim leadership role at zoo.

 
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