Oregon lawmakers who want to spend $9.3 billion on schools over the next two years will have to find a big chunk of funding in the remaining days of the legislative session, after Gov. Kate Brown used a line-item veto to cut their appropriation from a savings account created to serve as a buffer against economic downturns.
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PENDLETON — Federal stimulus aside, the Pendleton School District has adopted a budget it considers “status quo.”
HERMISTON — A Hermiston couple has been sentenced to pay $1,200 in restitution after illegally selling recreationally caught crab on the comme…
SALEM — Oregon lawmakers on Thursday, June 3, signed off on a $9.3 billion budget to fund K-12 schools for the next two years.
A $9.3 billion plan to fund Oregon schools for the next two years is headed to the state House after the Senate passed it on a bipartisan vote with little debate Tuesday.
PENDLETON — The Til Taylor 101 project is on time but over budget.
The Portland Japanese Garden could receive federal funds for a building renovation project.
Most of Oregon's congressional delegation is asking U.S. House budgeters for nearly $50 million to fund projects across the state as part of the 2022 federal budget process, but they aren't aren't "earmarks." Sort of.
In rural Oregon, schools frequently serve as the hub of a community. Often within a district there is one elementary school, one middle school…