Insider Index: This week by the numbers
Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon news stories.
$1,060,000,000: Amount a Linn County jury awarded to 13 Oregon counties Wednesday, saying the state breached its contract with them to log them for revenue, according to OPB.
11: Years Oregon Sen. Cliff Bentz, R-Ontario, has spent in the Oregon Legislature. Bentz announced this week that he would be resigning in January to devote more time to his run for Congress.
2: Longtime coastal Democrats who said they're not running for the legislature again. Oregon Rep. Caddy McKeown, D-Coos Bay, and Sen. Arnie Roblan, D-Coos Bay, announced their departures Tuesday.
30,000: People who have signed up for the Oregon Lottery's new sports betting app, Scoreboard, according to Willamette Week.
$13,000,000: Amount those users have bet.
900: Approximate workers at farmers' cooperative NORPAC who were notified last week that they would be laid off from their jobs in Salem, according to The Oregonian.
4: Rough percentage of Oregon workers who are unemployed, according to The Oregonian. That rate has stayed steady for the last three years.
40,000: Amount by which Oregon's population increased last year, according to OPB.
$1,000,000: Amount Portland businessman Gordon Sondland's companies gave to President Donald J. Trump's inauguration, according to Willamette Week. Sondland, appointed as U.S. Ambassador to the European Union in July 2018, testified as part of the impeachment inquiry Wednesday.
5: Times Oregon voters rejected the measure to allow women to vote here, before it finally passed in 1912, according to KGW.