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Feb 25,2009
Although workers can't control the economic downturn, they can try to keep a positive attitude and play a part in the optimistic influence needed to maintain a company's success. Peter Barron Stark — author of the forthcoming book, "Engaged: How Leaders Build Organizations Where Employees Love to Come to Work" — recommends that workers attempt to envision what can be controlled in the office: the results from assignments, work relationships, etc. "Remain positive and take ... [full story]
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Feb 16,2009
Entrepreneurship may be the answer to surviving the recession. Although it isn't a good time for big businesses with increased layoffs and loss of revenue, it could be seen as a positive time to start your own small company. Maria Simone, an entrepreneur and author of "Passion 2 Prosperity: Instant Ways to Profit from Your Skills and Talents," encourages workers to give entrepreneurship a shot. "The most important thing an entrepreneur can do is give ... [full story]
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Feb 25,2009
Q: I hope you can provide some information on the pictured wooden tray. My dad bought it for me at a local historical museum rummage sale in Gilbert, Ariz. It measures 24 inches by 12 inches, including the handles, and is decorated with a scene of a mission church, homes and mountains. On the left side, the word "Mexico" is carved into the wood.    The wooden tray, created by Mexican artisans, would probably be in ... [full story]
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Feb 16,2009
Q: The antique pitcher and matching tumblers have been in my family since around 1900. The glass is a dark purple and the scrolled pattern is embellished with gold. My mother told me the set was given to her grandmother for her wedding; it is in perfect condition.   The glass water set, created by McKee and Brothers, would probably be worth $800 to $900.  Anything you can tell me about my set will be greatly appreciated. ... [full story]
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Feb 26,2009
SHERWOOD, Ore. – Neighborhood complaints prompted an investigation and drug raid at a southwest Sherwood home today, and culminated in the arrest of a 19-year-old man accused of selling heroin, police reported. According to a news release prepared by the Sherwood Police Department, officers had received repeated complaints about the suspect's residence at 22756 SW Kathy Street, and about 1 p.m. today officers, members of the Westside Interagency Narcotics Team, and deputies with the Washington County ... [full story]
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Feb 26,2009
McMINNVILLE, Ore. – The five children of a McMinnville couple were taken into protective custody Wednesday after their parents were arrested on multiple charges for reckless endangerment, possession of methamphetamine, and endangering the welfare of a minor, police reported.   (left) William James Duncan, (right) Tracy Ann Duncan – YCCF photos  According to a news release issued by the McMinnville Police Department, while on traffic duty Officer Mike LaRue noticed that five children, ranging in age from ... [full story]
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Feb 26,2009
DEQ Issues $3,137 Penalty to Mt. Hood Forest Products LLC for Stormwater Runoff Permit Violation at its Hood River Facility HOOD RIVER, Ore. -- The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality has issued a $3,137 penalty to Mt. Hood Forest Products, LLC, for failing to collect and analyze samples of stormwater runoff at its facility at 4865 State Highway 35 in Hood River.  Mt. Hood’s failure to conduct the monitoring violates its stormwater discharge permit. On ... [full story]
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Feb 26,2009
U.S. Congressman Peter DeFazio, representing the 4th Congressional District of Oregon, issued the following statement on President Obama's fiscal year 2010 budget, which was released this morning. "Overall, I was pleased with President Obama’s 10-year budget outline.  The budget is an honest assessment of the challenges facing our nation, no longer hiding costs like the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and fixing the Alternative Minimum Tax each year.  Years of fiscal irresponsibility under the Bush ... [full story]
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Feb 26,2009
Gov. Ted Kulongoski and Attorney General John Kroger announced yesterday that Oregon will seek to join a lawsuit against the federal government over the longstanding failure to clean up the Hanford Nuclear Reservation on the Columbia River. "This suit is about compelling the federal government to uphold its commitment to protect fully our environment and our citizens," Governor Ted Kulongoski said. "Further delay is unacceptable.  The federal government must make this clean up a priority and ... [full story]
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Feb 26,2009
McMINNVILLE, Ore. – A 24-year old McMinneville man who police describe as a transient was arrested Tuesday after a teenage girl reportedly admitted she had a sexual relationship with him, detectives reported.   Terry Lee Wilmeth, Jr. – YCCF photo  McMinnville Police Detective Sgt. Matt Scales said an investigation against Terry Lee Wilmeth, Jr. began when a 15-year-old girl disclosed the relationship. Wilmeth was considered a friend of the family, and allegedly gave her alcohol. Wilmeth was ... [full story]
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