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  • Scappoose Police reports March 18-28
    Scappoose Police reports March 18-28
    Between March 15 and March 28, officers from the Scappoose Police Department responded to a variety of calls for assistance. These included the calls outlined below.March 15—33000 block of NW EJ Smith Road: Police responded to a report of a...
  • Stray dogs eerily show up at funeral of animal lover and guard coffin
    Stray dogs funeral: Pack of stray dogs eerily guard over funeral of animal lover
    A woman’s funeral was attended by a pack of stray dogs that stood guard by the woman’s coffin while it remained in the funeral home for the wake. The dead woman was an animal lover who cared for stray dogs all her life and this bizarre...
  • WCCO Mid Morning
    Review: WCCO's 'Mid-Morning'
    In the late 1990s, I was part of probably the last attempt to launch a new nationally syndicated radio talk network. "The Hot Tub Radio Party" was a terrible name for a radio network, but it was a great idea that just got steamrolled by...

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  • Tech tied to real estate?
    Paragon name-checked in New York Times article
    Not only is Paragon Real Estate making waves in the Bay Area, but its research is being noted across the country – and in particular in a New York Times piece about a Silicon Valley investor’s warning that there may be a bubble afoot...
  •  Dr. Letitia S. Wright
    First Time to Crowdfunding? Here is What You Need to Know
    As America’s Crowd Funding Strategist, Dr. Letitia S. Wright, D.C, teaches workshops for Small Business Administration, California’s SBDC’s and is a Guest blogger for the Los Angeles Crowd Funding Examiner and other Crowd Funding...
  • Final public hearings for minimum wage increase in Los Angeles this week
    Final public hearings for minimum wage increase in Los Angeles this week
    Business owners in and around Los Angeles can speak out this week on Mayor Garcetti's proposed increase in the minimum wage from $9 per hour to $13.25 per hour. There are two more public hearings this week on Tuesday, March 31 and Thursday,...