Monday Dec 2
Four Freedoms Awards speak to a brighter future
The passing of another year is at hand. There is a tendency at this time for introspection and contemplation about the future.
The legalization of Gay Marriage in the United States
Gay marriage is a diverse political issue these days as more and more states battle the controversy over whether to legalize it or not.
Henry Mondeaux Commits to Oregon: What 6'4" TE Brings to Ducks
Oregon kept one of its top in-state prospects close to home Monday when tight end Henry Mondeaux revealed his commitment to the Ducks on Twitter .
Oregon must spend $16M on license security measures
Oregon must spend $16.3 million over the next six years to improve the security of driver's licenses, or the federal government could refuse to recognize Oregon IDs for things like boarding a plane, a report to the Legislature says.
With video Documentary highlights importance of healthy soil
It took filmmaker Deborah Koons Garcia four years and much work to complete Symphony of the Soil, a 104-minute documentary film about the complexity and mystery of soil.
Lower biofuel mandate could aid state dairy farmers
WASHINGTON California dairy farmers that have been squeezed by rising feed costs will get some relief if the Environmental Protection Agency's proposal to ease up on ethanol in fuel mixes is approved early next year.
Washington state first to decline Affordable Care Act revision
President Barack Obama addressed the nation Thursday to quell the storm of discontent over canceled insurance plans in recent weeks after the bumpy launch of the Affordable Care Act .
Redmond-based Aegis named 'Best Place to Work' in Best of Western Washington contest
In total, more than 508,000 votes were cast by 161,000 voters for 220 categories, highlighting the best businesses and most beloved personalities in the Puget Sound area.