5 min ago
Attention Paul Cienfuegos Fans
If anyone has heard or read him say/write anything regarding the issue of how pro-We-the-People legislation will be enacted via demonstrably hackable voting machines/ballot tabulator machines, please share what you can.
4 hrs ago
How not to win them over
It was an expression of attitude, sure. A clear expression, and one in keeping with many active parts of the base.
6 hrs ago
PHOTOS: Caps and Gowns Add Glamor to Londer Learning Center Graduation
Joy, tears and excitement were on display at Multnomah County last Thursday, when the Londer Learning Center held a graduation ceremony for its GED class of 2013.
10 hrs ago
Resale of graves investigated; auditor slams city spending: Portland/Gresham news
Sloppy record-keeping is one reason for the uncertain ownership of hundreds of Metro'A A s cemetery plots.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Preview: Multnomah County GOP looks to raise money by raffling AR-15
PORTLAND, Ore. For $10 you could win a semi-automatic rifle. The Republican Party of Multnomah County is raffling an AR-15 to raise money.
Fisherman dies after diving into Columbia River for lost fishing pole
A fisherman died Tuesday after he dove into the Columbia River trying to retrieve his fishing pole near Lady Island .
Crash near Scappoose is fatal, sheriff's office says
One person died in a head-on crash between a car and a truck on U.S. 30 west of Scappoose Tuesday, according to the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office.
Drunken driver who crashed onto Old Town Portland sidewalk, killed woman, pleads no contest
A drunken driver who crashed onto an Old Town Portland sidewalk and slammed into two young women -- killing one of them -- pleaded no contest Tuesday to second-degree manslaughter.
Portland School Board approves affirmative action policy
The Portland School Board plans on using about $25,000 next year to help the district develop an affirmative action plan to recruit more teachers of color and men to the workforce to more accurately reflect the student population.
Heavy pollution linked to risk of autism, study shows
Pregnant women exposed to heavy diesel pollution are twice as likely to have a child with autism as those living in areas with low pollution, according to a study published today.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
RFP: Architectural and Engineering Consultant Services
PORTLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL # 2013-1663 Architectural and Engineering Consultant Services For Improvement Project 2014 BIDS DUE JULY 2, 2013 AT 2:00 PM PUBLIC OPENING JULY 2, 2013, AT 2:05 PM Portland Public Schools, School District No.
Saltzman Obedient To Mayor Hales' Housing Policy Of Economic Segregation And Public Data Denial
Portland city commissioner Dan Saltzman, who was recently given the Bureau of Housing to administer by Portland's mayor, Charlie Hales, has indicated that he is in lock step with mayor Hales' housing policy.
Editorial: Controversy Underscores Why Portland Needs a Sustainable Equity Network
About 40 people gathered at Quartet Restaurant, June 6. The event offered an opportunity to strengthen the network of people working to overcome the many disparities that still afflict Portland's communities of color.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Smoking bill is unfair to retailers and a vulnerable group
The Oregon House narrowly approved a bill that would allow counties to tax tobacco products.
Summer reading is vital
Summer and reading have gone hand in hand for me for as long as I can remember. As children, my sister and I regularly walked with our mother to our local Multnomah County Public Library branch in North Portland.
Sheriff's investigating Scappoose animal abuse
A neighbor passing through the area saw the dead dog and called animal control around 1:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Rockwood library nourishes summer reading
Over the nearly 10 years she's worked at the Rockwood branch of the Multnomah County Library, Kylie Park has noticed something about its summer customers.
Drake's 7 Dees closes east county garden center after decades
The big, green metal-roofed building along Southeast Stark Street still gleams in the sunlight and the big rock fountain in front still bubbles with water.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Londer Center celebrates 20th graduation with a first: caps and gowns
June 06, 2013 -- Krystal Stockam, 29, a GED graduate from Donald H. Londer Center for Learning, carries her 9-year-old daughter Jasmine who had supported her through the program by saying "Mom, you can do it!" during the 20th Annual GED Graduation ceremony at Multnomah County building.
Repeat sex offender accused of abusing children for years
A Tigard man was indicted Monday on more than a dozen charges related to the sexual abuse of children, and investigators are asking the public for information about other possible victims.