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53 min ago | Portland Tribune
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber has brokered a partial deal to end the labor dispute at the shipping terminals at the Port of Portland.
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5 hrs ago | BleacherReport
National Signing Day is only about two months away, so it's time to look at who is still left on the board.
8 hrs ago | Politico
Ed Schultz, the MSNBC host who frequently champions union causes, was paid $252,000 by union groups between 2012 and 2013, according to data from the U.S. Department of Labor.
12 hrs ago | The Des Moines Register
Employees at a wind turbine blade manufacturing plant in Newton have turned down a union organization proposal that would have had the workers join a local chapter of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.
15 hrs ago | Building Operating Management
New app delivers a digitized platform that allows consultants and electrical contractors to have convenient access to Schneider Electric product information, anytime, anywhere PALATINE, Ill.
St. Paul's Episcopal in Alabama. At 6'2" and 230 pounds, Williams is a tough defender who doesn't back down from anyone.
Mike Leach and his staff made the rounds for in-home visits over the last week and in so doing addressed an area of need in the 2014 class by getting verbal commitments from a pair of lightly recruited offensive linemen over the last couple of days.
UW senior free safety Marqueston Huff was named to the second team as the 2013 All-Conference Football Team was announced on by the Mountain West on Tuesday.
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Tennessee coach Butch Jones will have a difficult time replacing a player as talented as Tiny Richardson at left offensive tackle next season, but finding a better schematic fit won't be insurmountable.
Two people have objected to nominating petitions filed by Greg Sage, the lone Democrat who filed to run for Will County clerk in the March 18 primary.
Coach Brian Kelly received another verbal commitment from the 2015 class, this time from the top center in the class.
"The changes that are going on right now are revolutionizing the trade," said Dinto, president and founder of Dinto Electric, one of the largest commercial, industrial electrical contractors in the state.