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Welcome to MakingChips - We believe that manufacturing is challenging, but if you are connected to a community of leaders, you can elevate your skills, solve your problems and grow your business. Making Chips is a weekly podcast that will EQUIP and INSPIRE MANUFACTURING LEADERS to succeed in the challenging world of manufacturing. Our mission is for the METALWORKING NATION to Think Differently About Manufacturing In Order to Elevate their Game. Your hosts, Jason Zenger & Jim Carr, own manufa ...
 
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This week the team review Joe Joyce's win over Daniel DuBois; the Mike Tyson-Roy Jones Jr. event; Danny Jacobs' split win over Gabe Rosado; a preview of Errol Spence vs Danny Garcia on FOX PPV; and much more. Follow the show on social (@TheLastRound12) and listen on podcast platforms: Podcast Platforms: https://audioboom.com/channels/4970525 Twitte…
 
After the Civil War ended, Gen. Oliver Otis Howard was put in charge of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, the first social welfare organization in this country. But after the efforts of Reconstruction collapsed, Howard got as far away from the politics of Washington, D.C. as he could — he came to Portland. And it was in Oregon t…
 
For residents in long-term care facilities, the realities of COVID-19 have made it very difficult to see their loved ones. While some have been able to visit outdoors, most visitors haven’t been allowed inside facilities for months — except for a brief two week window — as coronavirus cases continue to surge. We speak with Oregon’s long-term care o…
 
Courthouses across Oregon have a backlog of civil and family trials. The coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult for judges to plan trials and hear case motions as courthouse hours and in-person appearances are limited. This leaves families and people seeking financial redress in difficult, sometimes dangerous situations. Sonya Fischer is a fami…
 
COVID-19 rates in Oregon are at the highest they’ve ever been. OPB Health Reporter Amelia Templeton has been covering the pandemic since March, and recently spoke with health professionals about the increasing spread of COVID-19 in Oregon as the holidays grow closer. We get details from Templeton, as well as a doctor and epidemiologist, on the high…
 
For many people, this holiday season may be quite different from usual. Large family gatherings may be off the table, but your favorite foods are still there to provide consolation. What foods do you turn to for comfort and reassurance? What foods remind you of the people you won’t be able to spend time with this year?…
 
In the 1920s, the Osage were considered the richest people per capita in the world, thanks to oil wells on their land. But in the early 1920s, about two dozen tribal members were killed mysteriously. Author David Grann delves into those deaths and the conspiracy behind them in his book “Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of…
 
George Saunders is the author of numerous short story collections, including Tenth of December, In Persuasion Nation, and Pastoralia. His most recent novel, Lincoln in the Bardo, was a New York Times bestseller, and shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize. Saunders has won a Guggenheim, a McArthur, and many other awards. We spoke to him in 2017 in fro…
 
As coronavirus cases and deaths skyrocket across Oregon, pandemic fatigue is setting in. In some rural areas, skepticism about the governor’s new restrictions on businesses and social gatherings is common. Reporters in rural areas have been writing about how some local officials and community members are flouting the state’s restrictions. We check …
 
Portland’s Homelessness and Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program does a lot of outreach to people living on the streets. They are also responsible for fielding angry calls and emails from housed residents who are upset by the presence or behavior of campers. Lucas Hillier, Katie Lindsay and Jonathan Lewis describe the work of the HUCIRP team.…
 
All 3 and 4-year-olds in Multnomah County will have access to free preschool, as promised by a ballot measure that was overwhelmingly approved by voters. Kimberly Melton is one of the people in charge of working out the mechanics of turning the new tax on high-income earners into preschool for all.By Oregon Public Broadcasting
 
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