Insider Index: This week in Salem, by the numbers
Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon political stories.
65: Age of Paul Allen, the Microsoft co-founder, philanthropist and owner of the Portland Trailblazers, upon his death Monday.
$70 million: Amount Allen paid for the basketball team in 1988, according to OPB.
$1.3 billion: Estimated current value of the team.
64: Size, in acres, of the Oregon Zoo.
19: Oregon House District where Democratic candidate and electrician Mike Ellison is running. Ellison lied in the voters' pamphlet about having a master's degree from the Oregon Institute of Technology, The Statesman-Journal reported Tuesday. While he has finished most of his coursework, he will defend his thesis after the election.
$100,000: Value of Business Energy Tax Credits GOP Nominee for governor Knute Buehler and his wife, Patty, purchased in 2007.
224: Violations of a wastewater permit by Lost Valley Farms, the state's second-largest dairy, which was fined about $187,000 by the state for the violations, according to The Capital Press.
50: Weight, in pounds, of a statue of a human nose that was nabbed off a Portland family's front porch, according to WTKR.
$6.27: Reward the children of the family are offering for the safe return of the nose.
$28,000: Amount Duck Pond Cellars, of Dundee, has donated to state conservation efforts. At least some of that is through wine sales; this year's Conservation Cuvee Lot 6 Pinot Noir "has a rich fruit tones of black raspberry and dark cherries with subtle framing of new French oak," according to ODFW.