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Ducks struggle to find receivers

August 15, 2017 Portland Tribune - Sports
BY PAUL DANZER/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Taggart looks for skills, leadership in 15 young prospects

Results lacking for Timbers

August 15, 2017 Portland Tribune - Sports
SCORESHEET/East has been a beast for Caleb Porter and Portland, but remaining West schedule is favorable
  • Main events

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Welcome to the Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings for Aug. 15-16
  • TV, radio

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Welcome to the Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings on the air locally on Aug. 15-16
  • Sports birthday

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Scott Brosius/Aug. 15, 1966/Seattle Mariners assistant hitting coach is turning 51
  • Get All-Star football reserved seats for $2

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    OREGON SPORTS HISTORY/Aug. 15-16, 1961/Metro-State game returns to Multnomah Stadium
  • Oregon Fishing Forecast - August 15, 2017

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    The Guide's Forecast provides timely and accurate fishing information so you can catch more fish!
  • Mariners break losing streak, beat Orioles 3-1

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    New pitcher Andrew Albers holds down Baltimore hitters and gets help from bullpen; Seattle goes for series win Wednesday
  • Texas, North Carolina teams advance

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Rowan, Lake Air to meet Wednesday night for Little League Softball World Series championship
  • Tri-City takes down Hops again

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Hillsboro skid at three games after 4-3 road loss; home series with Eugene Emeralds next
  • Mariners cap homestand with win, hit road for 12 consecutive games

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Seattle beats Baltimore 7-6, as Yonder Alonso has three hits and three RBIs and Marc Rzepczynksi strikes out Chris Davis with bases loaded…
  • Monday sports events

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Welcome to the Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings for Aug. 14
  • Monday TV, radio

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Welcome to the Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings on the air locally on Aug. 14
  • Walk-off in ninth tops Hops

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Hillsboro tied for Northwest League South Division lead after falling 5-4 at Tri-City
  • Tough calls for Thorns coach

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    BY PAUL DANZER/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/For now, right buttons being pushed by Parsons as Portland climbs in NWSL standings
  • Semifinalists set at Little League Softball World Series

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    South Beaverton loses 11-2 to Canal American of Newark, Delaware at Alpenrose Stadium
  • Orioles rout Mariners, who are 0-5 on homestand

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Manny Machado hits a grand slam and Kevin Gausman holds down the Seattle bats in 11-3 win; another first-time starter, Andrew Albers, takes…
  • Dust Devils clean up

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Tri-City clinches series victory with 10-1 win at home over Hillsboro, holding Hops to three hits
  • Blazers open on road

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    NBA season starts Oct. 17, with fewer back-to-back games; regular season ends April 11
  • Sunday sports events

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Welcome to the Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings for Aug. 13
  • Sunday TV, radio

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Welcome to the Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings on the air locally on Aug. 13
  • Sacramento blanks Timbers 2

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    SACRAMENTO 1, PORTLAND 0/Early goal enough for Republic to beat T2 in USL soccer match on Sunday
  • Angels finish off four-game sweep of Mariners

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Hot entering the series, Seattle hits the skids at Safeco Field; Parker Bridwell holds down the offense as Angels win 4-2
  • Two unbeatens advance at Little League Softball World Series

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    South Beaverton enters Monday match with Delaware team after going 2-2 in pool play at Alpenrose Stadium
  • Seahawks cruise in NFL exhibition opener

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Offense clicks early, and defense forces key turnovers as Seattle routs Los Angeles Chargers
  • Saturday sports events

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Welcome to the Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings for Aug. 12

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Politics

Wyden gives recognition to Holocaust survivors

August 15, 2017 Portland Tribune - News Peter Wong
Les and Eva Aigner have lived in Portland almost 60 years after surviving Nazi Germany execution of 6 million Jews during WW II.

Salinas, Kohlhoff, Buck and Simon advance in House District 38

August 15, 2017 Lake Oswego Review - News Anthony Macuk
Democratic party officials vote to send four names to Clackamas and Multnomah county commissioners for final consideration

Features

Bronze by design in downtown Gresham

August 15, 2017 Gresham Outlook - News Christopher Keizur
Cascade Locks sculptor Heather Soderberg's work enhancing the downtown Gresham area.

WHATEVER FLOATS YOUR BOAT

August 14, 2017 Portland Tribune - Features Jennifer Anderson
Six ways to keep your summer cool on the Willamette River, including barges, sailboats, vintage boats, jetboats, electric boats and, of course, Portland Spirit
  • COURTESY PHOTO - Rock 'n' roll legend Chubby Checker, 75, brings 'The Twist' to Chinook Winds Resort and Casino, Aug. 24-25. Checker still loves to dance and sing, saying 'it's one thing I've been able to master.'

    Rock 'n' roll icon will twist Lincoln City

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Chubby Checker heads to Chinook Winds, Aug. 24-25; he says 'I can't count that high' to a question of how times he has performed in Oregon
  • COURTESY PHOTO - SE Wine Collective is celebrating five years.

    Bits & Pieces

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Here are some notes on this and that and the other thing - including SE Wine Collective, Bigfoot festival and Voices
  • Test Drive: 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport

    Portland Tribune - Wheels
    Good looks, a roomy interior and decent performance combine to make the new compact crossover a serious contender
  • 'How much is this worth?'

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Famous PBS program 'Antiques Roadshow' will stop in Portland to tape show, appraise items. Show hasn't been in city since 2004.
  • IN PHOTOS: Dinosaur Jr. headlines Pickathon 2017

    Gresham Outlook - News
    The popular and nationally renowned music festival brings tens of thousands of fans and dozens of bands to Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley
  • Steve Earle to revisit outlaw roots at Revolution Hall

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Earle is touring in support of his latest album, 'So You Wanna Be an Outlaw,' which he sees as a stylistic return to where he started as a…
  • The Batmobile and me

    Wilsonville Spokesman - Opinion
    As you might expect, my largest fan base is kids. You can see their faces light up when they see the Batmobile
  • 'Pollinator' stamps create a buzz

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Michael Durham's bee photo chosen for 'Forever' series; the Portland freelance photographer enjoys taking pictures of wildlife
  • COURTESY IMAGE - Oregon Children's Theatre is collaborating with other companies on a Judy Moody play.

    Bits and Pieces

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Here are some notes on this and that and the other thing - including Judy Moody, Stephen King, Princess Diana and Terry Currier
  • COURTESY PHOTO - Bent Shovel Brewing was part of the early craft beer revolution in Oregon City. Now there are seven, each complementing one another with their own styles and vibe.

    Beer brewers, drinkers embrace Oregon City

    Portland Tribune - Features
    With seven breweries in two years, craft beer hot spot is born in the city just south of Portland
  • The high art of kite flying

    Gresham Outlook - Features
    Gresham retiree Hugh Hall spends 100s of hours building kites with 120-foot tail.
  • Test Drive: 2018 Volkswagen Atlas V6 4Motion

    Portland Tribune - Wheels
    Volkswagen may be late to the three-row crossover party, but it 2018 Atlas is well worth considering.
  • Misty hillsides, atrocities, rock 'n roll and Pickathon

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Legendary, whimsical British songwriter/rocker Robyn Hitchcock and Patterson Hood of politically charged Athens, Ga., rock band Drive-By…
  • Board invests 'sweat equity' into fundraiser

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Judi Swift and Madi Deotsch say what motivates them is seeing 'tangible' results from Soulful Giving Foundation fundraising
  • Bits and Pieces

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Here are some notes on this and that and the other thing - including 'Drive-In Movie Spectacular,' AFPA World Football Championships and…
  • THE 19TH PICKATHON: Creating a unicorn

    Gresham Outlook - Features
    Art, wellness complement eclectic lineup, sounds at Happy Valley's Pendarvis Farm.
  • Irving Berlin's Melody Lingers On at Clackamas Community College

    Clackamas Review - Features
    Clackamas Repertory Theatre presents show 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday; and 2:30 p.m. Sundays, Aug. 4-27
  • Rising Phoenix, new community theater group based in Milwaukie

    Clackamas Review - Features
    Susan Scovil is taking a leap into the unknown by starting Rising Phoenix Theater, a group based in Milwaukie
  • COURTESY: JEFF HAYES - Artists Repertory Theatre has announced its 2017-18 season.

    Bits and Pieces

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Here are some notes on this and that and the other thing - including Smokey Bear, RACC, Artists Rep and OMHOF
  • EVERYDAY LIVES UNDER THE LENS

    Portland Tribune - Features
    The new Portland Art Museum exhibit features photos that show African-Americans in ordinary settings - something rare from the 19th century…
  • Test Drive: 2017 Mini Cooper S Countryman ALL4

    Portland Tribune - Wheels
    The 2017 Countryman is a family-oriented small crossover that stands out in a crowded field
  • Artists reduce and reuse to create art

    Gresham Outlook - News
    Recycled materials take center stage at art show at McMenamins Edgefield in Troutdale.
  • Gresham rocks!

    Gresham Outlook - News
    Locals with brushes, positive outlooks spread painted rocks across East Multnomah County.
  • Can't take the heat? Get out of the kitchen!

    Lake Oswego Review - My Community
    Too hot to cook? Try these salads. If they need any preparation involving heat it can be done on the barbecue grill.

Sustainable Life

Adding native plants to our yards and gardens is more important than ever

August 16, 2017 Cynthia Orlando
Arborist offers a wealth of ideas for adding plants, trees and wildflower meadows to your yard or property

Mt. Hood National Forest recovers from 36 Pit Fire

August 16, 2017 Emily Lindstrand
Three years later, officials say much of the affected forestland is on the road to recovery.

 

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Wyden: Public outcry helped turn back health care repeal

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