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West Linn Tidings
by: Submitted Photo: Aaron Paul Rogers - Carrie Asby wearing one of her designs.
Lake Oswego High alumna Carrie Asby is coming to town. What makes her return to her hometown newsworthy? She is coming to present a trunk show of Sutter Larkin designs, the clothing line she creates, which recently celebrated its two-year anniversary on the runway at LA Fashion Week.
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Amy Tan, author of 'The Joy Luck Club,' speaks to a sold-out crowd at UCLA
LOS ANGELES >> After an eight-year spell without a novel, Amy Tan on Tuesday spoke about her new book and jokingly hinted at the possibility her grandmother was a courtesan or high-class prostitute.
The Big Lead
D-III Punt Return Features Three Bone-Rattling Blocks
Linfield College is finishing up its 58th consecutive winning season in DIII college football.
Former Auburn planning director returns to take on expanded role
Mayor Pete Lewis and Mayor-elect Nancy Backus have worked together to combine the Planning and Public Works departments to create "greater efficiencies in the community development and engineering infrastructure."
Forecasters predict another mild S.E. winter - Friday, 29 November 2013 00:00
Last winter, the panelists in the OMSI auditorium appearing for the Oregon Chapter of the American Meteorological Society, 'What Will Winter Be Like' forecasting event thought that it would be pretty average and pretty unexciting.
King County Journal
Former planning director returning to Auburn to head reorganized department
Mayor Pete Lewis and Mayor-elect Nancy Backus worked together to combine the Planning and Public Works departments in order create greater efficiencies in the community development and engineering infrastructure.
Spanning the State: I bleed purple and red, Edition
I speak of course of my alma mater, Linfield College . Linfield College boasts 58 consecutive winning seasons and four national championships, people.
The Newberg Graphic
Empty Bowls will benefit GFU prof
The last time George Fox University held an Empty Bowls fundraiser, it raised about $18,000 to benefit victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake.
Healing in Peru
MHIRT group in the Garden of Medicinal Plants at EsSalud, Trujillo, Peru. UB biochemist Gail Willsky is on the far right, wearing a hat, and UB student Brian Zylinski is in the rear, wearing a bright blue shirt.