Insider Index: This week by the numbers
Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon news stories.
328: The number of new laws that went into effect in Oregon on Jan. 1, according to the Statesman Journal.
26,574: The amount of the fine levied by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality against Organic Valley, a dairy cooperative, for spilling milk into a creek, polluting water and potentially suffocating fish and other aquatic life, according to the Capital Press.
4 million: The amount CenturyLink will pay to settle claims it overcharged Oregon customers, according to the Oregonian.
45 percent: The amount of snow-water equivalent in the Oregon snowpack compared to normal as of Dec. 1, according to the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service.
66.7 million: The amount Pasco-based Easterday Farms paid for the now-defunct Lost Valley Farm outside Boardman, according to the East Oregonian.
7: The number of inspections conducted at the dairy by the Oregon Department of Agriculture before it pronounced the cleanup of the facility successful.
215,000: The amount Jami Resch will be paid as chief of the Portland Police Bureau. She replaced Danielle Outlaw Dec. 31. Outlaw has been named police commissioner in Philadelphia, according to the Oregonian.
3,576: The number of readers, as of Jan. 1, who had commented on a story announcing that oregonlive.com would no longer accept online comments.
1 million: The amount Portland State University has agreed to pay the family of Jason Washington, according to OPB. Washington was shot by university police officers in 2018.
13 million: The number of pounds of hops grown in 2019 by Oregon farmers, according the USDA.