Insider Index: This week by the numbers
Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon news stories.
19: Century that a "ghost wagon" photographed by a Salem man last December — when water levels at Detroit Lake were very low — is believed to date from, according to Fox News. The photo got media attention over the past week, but water levels at the lake are back to normal.
1,125: Trucks that joined the "Timber Unity" convoy Thursday, Dec. 6 at the Oregon Capitol, according to Salem Reporter.
650,000: Oregonians on Medicaid whose personal information could have been stolen during a recent theft of a laptop from GridWorks, a transportation vendor for Medicaid patients, according to Modern Healthcare.
1,300: Oregon 3- and 4-year-olds who can get free preschool through the state's Preschool Promise program, according to The Oregonian.
41,000: Size of Oregon's kindergarten class.
60: Days Wasco County District Attorney Eric Nisley has been suspended from practicing law, according to OPB. Nisley faced the suspension for lying to investigators, and the state DOJ will take over his duties starting Monday, Feb. 10.
5: Generations of family ownership at Les Schwab, an Oregon institution and tire purveyor, according to The Oregonian. The company announced plans to sell in late December.
$2,000,000,000: The company's approximate annual sales, The Oregonian reports.
42: Screens caseworkers had to click through while navigating the state's problem-plagued computer system for child welfare information, OR-Kids, to find out whether a person had abused a child, according to OPB.
2011: Year the computer program launched.