Hi all! Myself and my family are trying to re-locate to OR, Portland or somewhere close to Portland. We live about four hours from there,in WA. Could anyone recommend a job finding site,newspaper…Continue
Hi,my family and I are new to Atheism ( four months ) After life long believing it was a hard transition. I can say that once the overwhelming feeling off loss and sadness subsided I started to see…Continue
"I can't honestly say I have any good ideas for construction work. But The Oregonian is a good source for classified ads. There's always craigslist, of course.
You know, it may not be such a horrible idea to drop…"
Hi all! Myself and my family are trying to re-locate to OR, Portland or somewhere close to Portland. We live about four hours from there,in WA. Could anyone recommend a job finding site,newspaper or something of that kind? My husband is in the construction field. He has worked in construction for over twenty years. He is currently a superintendent working for a company he has been with for eight years. Thank you for any help! See More
"Welcome to free thinking! I am pretty new myself,and not completely "out". About half of my family is still in the dark. I have gotten a mixed reaction from those that I have told. I commend you on your bravery! :)"
"Mastercliff. I am actually about three hours from Spokane,however the town I live in is apparently to small to register,the default was Spokane. I did live in the Spokane area for 11 years! We moved to the…"
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