WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 22: U.S. President Barack Obama speaks with American Natural History Museum Young Naturalist Award winner Meghana Rao from Portland Oregon in the East garden of the White House during the White House Science Fair April 22, 2013 in Washington, DC. The White House Science Fair celebrates the student winners of a broad range of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) competitions from across the country. The first White House Science Fair was held in late 2010.
For me, what's important is that people see, particularly in our state, there's someone buying it at Costco in Oregon ... I adopted what I think is a modest position, which is if you can buy it at a store in Oregon, our farmers ought to be able to make some money growing it.
Idaho Power partners with PacifiCorp in power generation in Oregon and Wyoming. Idaho Power partners with NV Energy in power generation in Nevada. Why won't or what are the impediments to partnering with Idaho citizens who can generate power on their rooftops with solar panels?
Kaiser Permanente works with many alliance partners and other providers throughout the state of Oregon and Southwest Washington ... With the increasing need for high speed, high bandwidth, reliable connectivity, with 24x7 support, and the increasing need to extend our services to a wider community, OHN presented a quality-driven, cost-effective, compelling solution for us.More quotes »
Riverboats to resume 7-night cruises in Northwest
River a year ago said Tuesday that it will offer seven-night trips starting next year on the Columbia and Snake rivers in Oregon and Washington.It will be the first time the cruises have been offered since 2008, when the previous operator, Majestic America, 5/21/13 Read more »
Fleeing Ore. man pleads to be pulled from Columbia
then said he was tired and asked officers not to leave. They waded into chest-deep water to arrest him.Deputies booked 20-year-old Zachary Lawrence Bartz on vehicle theft and other charges.___Information from: East Oregonian, http://www.eastoregonian.info Read more »
Travelers give Hawaii dogs 2nd chance on mainland
start, 24 dogs have been adopted with one or two dogs shipped each week to California. Varvel also has an arrangement with the Oregon Humane Society to take some of Kauai's puppies and small dogs.And Grady, who was named Kruger before he was adopted, seems Read more »
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CWS champ Wallace leads Grizz into playoffs
somebody who knows exactly what that takes and what it looks like. It was the summer of 2007 when Wallace, then a sophomore at Oregon State, proved his mettle in front of a national television audience. Oregon State was clinging to a 7-3, seventh-inning lead 37 m ago from Ashland Daily Tidings Read more »
Bill expands tasting spots for distilleries
Coba said. Patrick Bernards, president of the Oregon Distillers Guild and co-founder of Bull Run Distillery in Portland, said Oregon’s distilling industry is still in its infancy, and the landscape is mostly dotted with small startups. But Bernards said he 3:40 AM from The Register Guard Read more »
Small schools play big room
great we now have the opportunity that the 4A, 5A and 6A schools have.” The small schools have held their state meet at Western Oregon University in Monmouth since 1992, but when that school didn’t renew its contract, the OSAA combined the meet with the big 3:12 AM from The Register Guard Read more »
Rain washes away rubber match for Oregon, OSU series
their regular seasons with series that begin Friday against Pac-12 opponents, with OSU playing host to Washington State and Oregon traveling to Utah. The Beavers can clinch a tie for the Pac-12 title with one more win, or a loss by both Oregon and UCLA, which 3:12 AM from The Register Guard Read more »
OSU's Moore named Pac-12 pitcher of week
honor for the first time in his career, the league announced Monday. Moore was dominant in a two-hit shutout of then-No. 10 Oregon on Saturday in Eugene. Making the first start of his collegiate career in his hometown, he held the Ducks to a fourth-inning 2:50 AM from Mail Tribune Read more »