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Survey: Employers Say Half Of Job Openings "Difficult To Fill"

By Jim McCoy Wed 18th June Newseconomyjobs
Businesses in Oregon say that 48 percent of their job openings were difficult to fill. Among the most common reasons for their challenges came from having a lack of qualified candidates, for the job had unfavorable working conditions, or in some cases, there were just an overall lack of applicants.Read More »

Morning News Update

By admin Wed 18th June News
Morning Update on Benghazi, Iraq, the Nebraska Tornadoes, and Ukraine Protests.
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News - Border Conflict Escalates

By admin Wed 18th June News
A UN commission is warning that a "Regional War" is developing in the Middle East.
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News - Twin Tornadoes

By admin Wed 18th June News
Nebraska Governor Heineman says the scene in Pilger is the worst thing he has seen as Governor.
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News - Ukraine Protest

By admin Wed 18th June News
The Interfax News Agency says Ukrainian President Poroshenko has proposed a unilateral cease-fire.
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News - Militant Leader Captured

By admin Wed 18th June News
The Pentagon says it's captured the Militant Suspected of being behind the 2014 attack in Benghazi.
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St. Mary's Solar Project Is Underway

By Jim McCoy Tue 17th June Newssolar installationSt. Mary's
St. Mary’s School in Medford is beginning the installation of a 40-kilowatt solar array panel on the roof of the Naumes Center. The system will convert energy for use in the buildings on the school’s campus, minimizing electrical costs and becoming a part of St. Mary’s sustainability program.Read More »

Crater Lake Gets Light Dusting Of Snow

By Jim McCoy Tue 17th June NewsCrater Lakesnow
Meteorologists say it’s unusual but not unheard of: Crater Lake got a dusting of snow Monday night. There was hardly enough to justify a measurement, and therefore not enough to help alleviate the lack of snowpack caused by an unusually dry winter. The park’s daytime temperature lingered in the 40s today.Read More »

Oregon Adding Jobs At A Steady Rate

By Jim McCoy Tue 17th June Newseconomyjobs
Oregon's economy continues to add jobs at a steady clip, but the unemployment rate has changed little in 2014. The state Employment Department said Tuesday the state added 4,200 jobs in May and 6,200 in April, on a seasonally adjusted basis. It said the past 11 months have seen "strong and continuous" job growth. The agency says Oregon's unemployment rate was 6.9 percenRead More »

Shooting Victims Honored

By Jim McCoy Tue 17th June NewsEmilio HoffmanPaul Leeshootings
Flags at public institution in Oregon are flying at half-staff Tuesday in memory of two young men killed in school shootings. Gov. John Kitzhaber ordered flags lowered to stand with the families and friends of 19-year-old Paul Lee, who was killed at Seattle Pacific University June 5, and 14-year-old Emilio Hoffman, who was killed last Tuesday at Troutdale's Reynolds High School.

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