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- U.S Attorney for Oregon Highlights ELGL Forum in October
- March 14 ELGL Event in Bend
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Urban and Public Affairs, Portland State University – Please join the Hatfield School for a presentation by Robin Lemaire on the topic “Network Manager as Small World Broker: Structure, Communication, and Performance in a Publicly Funded Child and Youth Health Network” Tuesday, February 21st, 2:00-3:00pm, URBN 611, For more information, contact: [email protected]
North Bethany open house will explore affordable housing – The board’s discussion previewed one of the main topics expected to be covered during a three-hour open house that will get under way at 4 p.m. Thursday in Bethany Village’s Community Room.
Help survey birds in Gresham – The city of Gresham invites residents to be part of a citywide team that observes the birds that call Gresham home. Birds are one of nature’s indicators of the health of the land and water ecosystems.
Is your job harming your health? According to a recent study from the University of Southern California, Wall Street life may not be as great as it seems — at least, when it comes to health
Why Pinterest Is Playing Dumb About Making Money – Despite the company’s protests to the contrary, Pinterest already knows how to make money, and may already have a model that would work for users, retailers, and itself.
Twelve Leadership Traits You Need in Tough Times – What does it take to lead a small business through this ongoing economic mess?
Inside the UGB
- Portland bicycle traffic grew by more than 6 percent in 2011, city study shows
- Portland inspires years of ‘Simpsons’
- Gresham resident, businessman appointed to TriMet
- City strategy wants public to be friends with Willamette River
- Estacada residents face homelessness in dispute over substandard rentals
- After years of unused funding, Tigard neighborhood program loses money
- Metro adds 550 acres of natural area in western Multnomah County
Outside the UGB