Robert Edward Kadas was born on September 5, 1962 in Portland. He attended Lincoln High School and later Clark College in Vancouver. Robert died at his home of natural causes, April 23, 2011. He is survived by his grandmother, Audrey, and by his mother, Sandra, his brother, Ian and sister, Emily. Robert loved his family […]
Ken Robinson on reforming education: ADHD is a “fictitious epidemic.” Sir Ken Robinson: Do schools kill creativity?
From OPB.org, April 27, 2011 LISTEN – The Numbers Have Dropped But Meth Still Takes Its Toll Police were pleased to see arrests for meth possession drop after the state cracked down on pseudoephedrine – a key ingredient in home-made meth. But the anti-meth policy hasn’t completely insulated Oregon from meth abuse. The graph of […]
Statement by: Lane County Mental Health Consumer/Survivor Advisory Council On behalf of our council, which represents mental health clients in Lane County, we extend our heartfelt concern and support to the family and friends of Officer Chris Kilcullen. According to media reports, the individual who has confessed to shooting Officer Kilcullen has a long mental […]