AT THE CAPITOL: Oregon has lagged other states in using tools that can detect prescription drug abuses. Legislators now propose ways to catch up with audit recommendations made years ago.
Author: Kaylee Tornay
With the rise in homelessness in the U.S., school districts across the nation – including here in Oregon – are facing new challenges to identify and help students who have no place to call home.
Local and regional food managers see no signs of the demand abating in the coming months. ‘It just exploded during the pandemic,’ said Susannah Morgan, CEO of the Oregon Food Bank.