Insider Index: This week by the numbers
Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon news stories.
5: Democrats vying for the nomination to run for secretary of state, with the addition of Cameron Smith this week. Smith was the head of the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services until he stepped down to run his campaign.
34: Initiative petition that supporters have refiled to set up a state system allowing psilocybin mushrooms for mental health treatment, according to OPB. The new petition no longer calls to decriminalize the measure.
$15,000+: Fee the city of Lake Oswego could impose on people who want to demolish homes there, according to Willamette Week. Some cities aren't happy with the passage of a state law that banned cities over a certain population size from having zones that only allow single-family housing.
90: Days the state board of nursing plans to suspend a nurse who was accused of starving an inmate at the Two Rivers Correctional Institution, according to The Oregonian.
$1,500,000: Settlement that inmate received from the state last year over his care in prison.
45,000: Acres of potatoes harvested in Oregon last year, according to the Capital Press.
60,000: Pounds of potatoes per acre.
$1,000,000,000: Estimated cost of a new water treatment plant in Portland, according to OPB, nearly double what it was estimated in 2017.
$825,000: Amount the state's Occupational Health and Safety Administration fined five hemp businesses for unsafe working conditions this week, according to The Oregonian.
95: Age of Gert Boyle, who died Sunday, according to The New York Times. Boyle, who took over the company after her husband's death in 1970, transformed Columbia Sportswear into an enormously successful company.