- RSVP for ELGL Conversation with Gov. Gregoire
- RSVP: ELGL Meets Fortune 100 Company
- 05.11.12 Knope of the Week
- 05.12.12 The Saturday Post
Poll: Which Startup Will Be the Next Big Thing? Which of these start-ups is most likely to be the next big thing?
RSVP: ELGL Meets Fortune 100 Company – Did you know Umpqua Bank was named to FORTUNE magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” list for the 6th year in a row? Learn more about this success from Barbara Baker, VP for Cultural Enhancement at an ELGL forum on Thursday, May 17. ELGL members and other interested professionals can reserve a spot by contacting email@example.com with your name, company, and position. The meeting will be held at 20085 NW Tanasbourne Drive, Hillsboro OR 97124.
Willamette Weeks 2012 Election Endorsements – City of Portland Mayor: Charlie Hales City Council Position 1: Mary Nolan City Council Position 4: Steve Novick U.S. House of Representatives Oregon’s 1st, (R): Delinda MorganOregon’s 3rd, Elections
Creswell behind on city audits – The city administrator and mayor say finances are fine and the audits will soon be completed
City tries to keep its friends close, its managers closer – The Vancouver City Council made it clear they loved almost everything about Eric Holmes when they agreed unanimously to hire him as the new city manager in November 2010. Almost everything — except his Felida address.
Thousands of state workers hurt on the job every year – Sgt. Brian Simpson slipped and fell while trying to stop a prison inmate’s assault on a fellow corrections officer last year, fracturing a bone in his knee when he landed hard.
New city manager talks about plans for the city and key issues – An outside interview in downtown Yakima on a typical bright and sunny afternoon. You can say it’s hard for Tony O’Rourke not to have a good first impression on a day like this.
What They Don’t Tell You at Graduation – Don’t try to be great, marry someone smarter than you, and other real-world tips graduation speakers never share.
4 Times You Should Step Away From the Computer – Although technology wildly increases the speed of business growth, if entrepreneurs aren’t careful, it can also adversely affect their companies.
Inside the UGB
- Portland mayoral candidates campaigning nonstop until Tuesday
- TriMet workers, management appear headed for a major collision over benefits
- Hales Loans Himself $50,000
- Developing West Hayden Island conflicts with the Portland Plan
- Will Clackamas County save $68,000 over four years if John Ludlow declines PERS? PolitiFact Oregon
Outside the UGB
- Lt. Gov. candidate in Tri-Cities to talk bipartisanship
- Columbian.com – Vancouver, police union will start mediation Monday
- Prospect of public safety cuts loom large
- LTD rate increases get final hearing
- Gubernatorial hopeful visits Wenatchee, and his kinfolk
- Walden Pays Visit to Crook County
- Pivotal week ahead in push for Seattle police reforms
- Worst day for state worker compensation claims
- Unusual state worker injuries
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