The district says it will resume Nov. 1. The district paused the program for fear of staffing shortages when the impending vaccine mandate deadline comes on Oct. 18 for school employees.
The former Apple executive relocated to Oregon and, after retirement, enjoyed a second act as a Broadway producer.
Plaintiff Janice Lopez is the 14th resident that’s fallen ill with the rare airborne disease.
“Oregonians deserve better than the excesses and nonsense of the extreme left and the radical right,” Johnson wrote in an email today.
“It is believed that Makayla was an unintended target in a gang-related shooting,” the FBI says.
The Yamhill native wrote for the paper for 37 years.
The NWSL release blamed the 9 am game time—deemed necessary for a championship held in the Pacific Timezone. In Louisville, the game will start at noon.
That’s no surprise to the readers of the Bandon Western World.
Another 7% have received a medical or religious exemption, leaving just over 1% of employees at risk of termination.
It’s still going.
COVID-19 makes life tricky for concertgoers and the venues that serve them.
The fall budget adjustment will allow some major changes for the police and fire back offices.
Oregonians have not been enthusiastic about paying an experimental per-mile road fee.
In other news: Old Town cultural groups have had it.
Rep. Marty Wilde isn’t talking, owing to military rules about politicking while on duty.