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Sharing an artistic vision of Christ
From Tenebrae prayer services and telecast speakers for Good Friday to sunrise and traditional worship services on Easter Sunday, believers in Newberg had no shortage of options for celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
PCC, school partners get $445,000 from state for dual-credit program
The Oregon Education Investment Board and the Oregon Department of Education announced that Portland Community College has been awarded a $445,000 grant for its Oregon Metro Connects All Students to College Consortium.
Gay marriage: Openly gay judge, Michael McShane, in spotlight overseeing Oregon case
U.S. District Judge Michael McShane, seen in this 2013 photo when he was still a Multnomah Circuit Court judge, will rule on a legal challenge to Oregon's ban on same-sex marriage.
Columbia River Gorge scenic highlights, one of 7 Wonders of Oregon, mile by mile on I-84
Ever wonder what that natural wonder is when you're driving the speed limit on Interstate 84 through the Columbia River Gorge , one of Travel Oregon's '7 Wonders of Oregon'? So, here we present an outdoor explorer's guide to I-84 through the gorge, which may help you determine whether you're looking at Dog Mountain or Hamilton Mountain.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Tilikum Crossing: Why TriMet chose to honor Native Americans with new Portland bridge name
In a poetic nod to the indigenous people whose canoes once rippled the Willamette River's waters, TriMet on Wednesday named Portland's 12th bridge Tilikum Crossing.
Portland's roads: Mayor Charlie Hales, Commissioner Steve Novick and transportation leaders return to town hall circuit
Mayor Charlie Hales, Commissioner Steve Novick, and PBOT Director Leah Treat at the first of three scheduled transportation town halls in February Last week, Portland Commissioner Steve Novick said he would "probably" support an $8 or $12 street fee for households in the Rose City.
Report: Officer shot in Southwest Portland
A Portland police officer was shot and injured early Wednesday morning in Southwest Portland, law enforcement sources have told KOIN News 6. A law enforcement source, who has been briefed on the situation, told KOIN 6 News the injured officer was transported to Legacy Emanuel Medical Center.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Protected bike lanes to become permanent
PORTLAND, Ore. Portland's biggest protected bikeway project is getting the green light to become a permanent fixture.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Celebrate Arbor Day and Month with planting parties, walks and more
April is tree month. Whether you're celebrating National Arbor Day or Portland's Arbor Month , here are some opportunities to give back to a plant that gives us so much.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Multnomah Falls bridge repairs to begin
A Battle Ground-based company will begin repairs on the historic Benson Bridge at Oregon's Multnomah Falls as early as next week, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Portland restaurant and bar events -- week of 4/9 - 4/20
Lily Ragan enjoys teatime at the Heathman Restaurant with her grandmother, Colleen Anthony, and mother, Christy Ragan .
Teressa Raiford wants to foster communication between county board, community: Multnomah County District 2 election
St. Johns activist Teressa Raiford has entered the race to represent Multnomah County's District 2 -- North and Northeast Portland -- on the county board of commissioners.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Banner Bank's 'Sew & Sew' Project Provides Mending Services to Low Income Seniors
Volunteers from Banner Bank have launched a mending project to assist low-income seniors in downtown Portland.
Portland paying for drones? A complicated explanation behind a $150,000 grant
In this May 2013 photo provided by Rhonda Blair, farmer Robert Blair stands in front of his tractor holding an unmanned aircraft that he built in Kendrick, Idaho.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Do more than hug a tree: Arbor Week April 6-12
April is tree month. Whether you're celebrating National Arbor Day , Oregon's Arbor Week or Portland's Arbor Month , here are some opportunities to give back to a plant that gives us so much.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Unemployment extension impact looms largest in Oregon's rural areas
As the Senate prepares to vote on a deal to extend long-term unemployment benefits for another five months, thousands of out-of-work Oregonians are caught in the middle of the debate.
Region's jobs inch forward in recovery
After six long years, the Portland area has regained all of the jobs - and then some - that were lost during the Great Recession.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Portland restaurant and bar events -- Week of 4/2 - 4/8
Herb Dinner at Racion: Flight Dessert Bar will be popping up at Racion , 1205 S.W. Washington, on Sunday, April 6 with an herb-focused, six course dessert prix-fixe with pairings.