The annual event is now in its 71st year.
Now workers must get a contract at a non-profit that spent $65,000+ to bust the union.
The deal ends the highest-profile federal labor law case in decades.
Oregon’s state treasurer appears to have responded to SEIU’s appeal to bargain better terms.
Washington County’s ambulance contractor is accused of breaking the law to fight unionization.
A new monument marks the grave of eight Chehalis girls killed in a 1911 fire at Imperial Powder.
Supporting union-made products helps keep good jobs in the community.
Bus contractor First Student is accused of playing games in bargaining with OSEA at South Umpqua.
The St. Johns facility was the last Oregon manufacturer of cans.
Lee Hunsaker, a former business representative and 69-year member of the Machinists Union, died Nov. 11 of age-related causes. He was 88. Lee G. Hunsaker was born March 28, 1923, in Dillon, Mont., to Isaac
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