Good morning, it’s Wednesday, June 4. Here are this morning’s headlines:
- Deschutes County will extend an agreement with the city of Sisters to provide 24-hour sheriff’s office patrols in the city and surrounding areas.
- The 80,000 people who enrolled in Cover Oregon’s troubled exchange will have to re-enroll for coverage, as the state health care transitions to the federal government.
- There will be several opportunities to catch a glimpse of the International Space Station in the sky this week from Portland. No telescope is required to see the ISS, which will appear as a bright point of light traveling west to east.
- To meet national and international demand, Cosmos Creations plans to build a 135,000-square-foot factory in Junction City that could hire up to 150 workers.
- Former Oregon State student-athlete and current New York Yankees center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury is donating $1 million to help OSU’s baseball program expand its locker room facilities.