05.12.12 The Saturday Post

Posted on May 11, 2012

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Sassy pants

Sen. Benton sets telephone town hall for May 15 – Clark County residents living in the 17th District are invited to participate in a telephone town hall with state Sen. Don Benton, R-Vancouver, at 7 p.m. May 15.


Hope you enjoy the chuckle! I did.

City budget could top $100 million – The Ashland Citizens Budget Committee on Thursday approved a $102.5 million budget for the city government, but much of the spending remains in limbo because the City Council has not approved water and sewer bill rate hikes that would help pay for infrastructure projects.

Portland State deserves its shot at urban renewal – Just about everyone agrees on three points about the proposed education urban renewal area focused on Portland State University.

Scrubbing All Their Jobs Talk – Everyone running for City Hall wants to help Portland’s economy. But not all their claims of being “job creators” add up.


Have a tip for your husband this Mother's Day?

Want a Team to be Creative? Make it Diverse – Innovation teams tasked with creating new products or technologies or iterating existing ones need tension to produce breakthroughs, and tension comes from diverse points of view.

Four Strategies for Staying Relevant – A serious threat facing most brands in dynamic markets is the loss of relevance because the category or subcategory they are serving is declining.

Inside the UGB


Outside the UGB

Job well done

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