Family | Communities | Uncategorized | ArtsOPB | July 6, 2017 11:38 p.m.
This year’s national event south of John Day in Oregon drew 13,120 campers — almost double the entire population of Grant County — much to the dismay of the Forest Service.
A measure that would pay health insurance coverage for children who are in the country illegally is one step closer to law in Oregon.
Refugee programs in the Portland area are still coming to terms with what the partial reinstatement of President Trump’s refugee and travel ban means for the vulnerable people they serve.
NW Life | Recreation | Environment | Parents | local | FamilyThe Register-Guard | June 18, 2017 9:31 a.m. | Eugene, Oregon
Rowdy Briggs and his mom have averaged at least a hike a week since he was 5 months old, logging more than 150 miles on the trail in wind, rain and even snow.
Study: Oregon Public School Teachers' Health Insurance Costs Higher Than School Districts Elsewhere In NorthwestThe Register-Guard | June 12, 2017 2:54 p.m.
Oregon public school districts’ spending on teachers’ health insurance and pensions is significantly higher than at some school districts in Washington state and Idaho, saysfrom Portland State University.
Portland has observed a long history of displacing minority families — and it doesn't seem to be halting anytime soon.
Next week, the Oregon Symphony will wade into the wonderful world of puppets. For the first time, it is collaborating with artist-designer Michael Curry on a production of Stravinsky’s Persephone.
Vancouver Public Schools is revamping its approach to homework. Starting next year, the southwest Washington district will get rid of mandatory homework for its youngest children.