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20 years since Thurston High: Letter to the editor
It's been 20 years since Mikael Nickolauson and Ben Coleman were shot dead on May 21, 1998 at Thurston High School in Springfield. Along with Mikael and Ben, 24 other students were wounded. The killer also murdered his parents, Bill... Letters to the editor http://connect.oregonlive.com/user/oliveoreglet/index.html
Multnomah County making strides improving cruel conditions for mentally ill inmates: Editorial
But Multnomah County's work on this difficult front is reassuring. With continued leadership and oversight, it should continue. The Oregonian Editorial Board http://connect.oregonlive.com/user/oliveoregedb/index.html
Rebuilding faith in police oversight board: Editorial peak
Derek Ashton, an attorney representing former Portland Police Chief Larry O'Dea, didn't mince words in criticizing a committee's recommendation that O'Dea lose his police certification for 10 years due to dishonesty. Ashton complained that there was no new evidence to... The Oregonian Editorial Board http://connect.oregonlive.com/user/oliveoregedb/index.html

Portland News

Multnomah County making strides improving cruel conditions for mentally ill inmates: Editorial
But Multnomah County's work on this difficult front is reassuring. With continued leadership and oversight, it should continue. The Oregonian Editorial Board http://connect.oregonlive.com/user/oliveoregedb/index.html
Rebuilding faith in police oversight board: Editorial peak
Derek Ashton, an attorney representing former Portland Police Chief Larry O'Dea, didn't mince words in criticizing a committee's recommendation that O'Dea lose his police certification for 10 years due to dishonesty. Ashton complained that there was no new evidence to... The Oregonian Editorial Board http://connect.oregonlive.com/user/oliveoregedb/index.html

Portland City Hall Watch

Multnomah County making strides improving cruel conditions for mentally ill inmates: Editorial
But Multnomah County's work on this difficult front is reassuring. With continued leadership and oversight, it should continue. The Oregonian Editorial Board http://connect.oregonlive.com/user/oliveoregedb/index.html

Portland Business News

Wells Fargo’s 'coolest exec' leaves bank he helped shape in the online and mobile world
Author: Mark Calvey
Steve Ellis, the head of Wells Fargo’s innovation group, is retiring after more than 30 years with the bank, where he helped advance its online- and mobile-banking presence.  Ellis was not your typical bank executive. When he took himself and his job to Los Angeles from his longtime base in San Francisco in 2014 for what the bank called “personal reasons,” some might have speculated it was for Southern California’s warm breezes, abundant sunshine and better surfing. “My group knows that…
Five Things to know for Wednesday: And a champion shall lead the Starlight Parade
Author: Andy Giegerich
There are some days I think Portland has it all going on. And then I see that a Seattle company is making hard seltzer. Which sounds intriguing, if not awesome. And then I remember, wait, Oregon has a company sort of like that. And this stuff, this ready-made spritzer stuff from well-pedigreed makers, is really, really good. And then, I want one. And, no, it's only 7:19 a.m. Not a good idea. Maybe later, after Five Things has occupied cyberspace for about eight hours or so. Have a great Wednesday.…
Beaverton legal software maker snags 'strategic' private equity investment
Author: Malia Spencer
As part of the deal, Exterro intends to hire across the board.

Oregon Local News

Legal tech firm Exterro lands $100 million-plus investment
The funding, "well into the 9 figures," would be among the largest investments in an Oregon tech company in several years. Mike Rogoway | The Oregonian/OregonLive http://connect.oregonlive.com/user/MikeRogoway/index.html

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