Oregon’s unemployment rate dropped to 3.9 percent in November, the lowest on comparable records dating back to 1976. The October unemployment …
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With the passage of Senate Bill 889, Oregon becomes the fourth state to set a spending benchmark to rein in the rising costs of health care.
School enrollment in Clatsop County has grown nearly twice as fast as the state over the past five years, driven mainly by increases in Warrenton and Seaside, while Astoria slowly shrinks.