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How many classes, again? This week, students at Lincoln High School in Southwest Portland got the message loud and clear to sign up for a full course load in 2014-15, not the part-time regimen that has become all too common in Oregon schools.
The Lake Oswego Police Department is asking the public's help locating a teenaged girl last seen a week ago.
Many Portland-area high schools, including those in Beaverton, Hillsboro, North Clackamas and Lake Oswego, will have to revise their high school schedules for the coming year to comply with a state directive to make every high school class at least 130 hours long.
Rick Best will not be beholden to anyone if he's elected a Clackamas County commissioner.
'A rock star' is one description. A faculty member of her college said, 'There is no doubt that she will be an excellent nurse and go on to great things.'
Kensington Investment Group, the prospective buyer of Lake Oswego's 14-acre West End Building property, informed the city Wednesday that it was exercising its option to terminate the purchase and sale agreement based on its recent due diligence examination of the property.
Ovation Show Choir and United Nations International School Chamber Ensemble will present a choral concert at 6 p.m. March 30 at New Thought Center for Spiritual Living, 1040 C Ave., Lake Oswego.
The Mountain Park Family Concert series continues with performances by Red Yarn and Mo Phillips at 4 p.m. March 16 at Mountain Park Recreation Center, 2 Jefferson Parkway.
Here's the scoop for the weekend. For more ideas on what to do this weekend, check the Events Calendar on Metro Parent's PDX Kids Calendar and the urbanMamas calendar page.
Cat adoptions: More than 35 cats and kittens ages seven months and older will be available for adoption, noon-5 p.m. Friday and Saturday or by appointment at The Oregon Cat Project, 342 B Ave. in Lake Oswego.
A female executive who sold advertising time for 1190 KEX is suing radio host Paul Linnman for $325,000, claiming he squeezed her buttocks and made sexually charged comments about her at a company-sponsored party.
The city spent $20 million in 2006 to buy the West End Building, but the plan to turn it into a community center has never come to fruition.
Apparently it's now a full-on race to open the first cat cafe on the West Coast: WWeek reports cat-lover/fulfiller-of-dreams Kristen Castillo hopes to open Purringtons Cat Lounge , a hybrid bar/cafe/shelter that's home to between 10-12 cat residents.
Allen Alley, a Lake Oswego Republican, told supporters he won't challenge Gov. John Kitzhaber in the 2014 election.