Nik Blosser, a Portland General Electric vice president in charge of public policy, government affairs and communications, has decided to exit the company.
Oregon Secretary of State LaVonne Griffin-Valade this week released a new
The state’s top elections official announced today that her agency will print former President Donald Trump’s name on the May primary ballot, despite the efforts of some Oregonians to block him.
For years, political insiders speculated about the long list of ambitious politicians hoping for a shot at succeeding U.S. Rep.
In Oregon’s cannabis industry, nearly every day brings a new lawsuit for unpaid bills, a new lien for unpaid taxes, and another company thinking about giving up.
Will Lathrop, a former prosecutor in Yamhill and Marion counties, today officially announced his candidacy for Oregon attorney general.
The long-running quest of the Coquille Tribe to open a second casino, in Medford, appears near resolution.
Two high-profile retail operations that are part of publicly-traded, Portland-based Sortis Holdings abruptly closed earlier this week in Beaverton.
From 2010 to 2020, the Oregon secretary of state’s Elections Division received an average of 188 complaints a year.