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Prineville business passionate about customer service and…

Prineville business passionate about customer service and…

Holly Ceciliani not only loves clothing, but she strives to offer quality items for every age and every demographic of women
West Linn's Holiday Tour of Homes is back 

West Linn's Holiday Tour of Homes is back 

Proceeds from Dec. 5 event will help fund party for 2022 WLHS graduating class
Crime closes Portland business

Crime closes Portland business

Rains PDX owner shuts down, can not take lawlessness in their Northeast neighborhood anymore
Highway 47 bridge over Dairy Creek in Banks reopens

Highway 47 bridge over Dairy Creek in Banks reopens

There is still work to be done, state officials say. The permanent road surface will not be installed until 2023.
Feedback sought on Hall Boulevard improvements

Feedback sought on Hall Boulevard improvements

As part of a visioning project, an online survey asks people what they want the urban arterial to look like.
Scappoose planning commission votes in favor of Buxton…

Scappoose planning commission votes in favor of Buxton…

Planning commission recommends city council approve application to build 48 homes, some in what is now part of the 100-year floodplain.
ODOT: Snowplow driver shortage could slow responses

ODOT: Snowplow driver shortage could slow responses

Snow is not expected in Portland now but the driver shortage could delay response times when the white stuff falls.
Tigard senior housing project to provide 57 affordable units

Tigard senior housing project to provide 57 affordable units

The $25.5 million complex, next to the senior center, will begin leasing in August 2023.
Many cities, counties opt out of Oregon psilocybin program

Many cities, counties opt out of Oregon psilocybin program

Clackamas County is the largest to do so Nov. 8, but most live in cities and counties that stay in for 2023 rollout.
Construction ahead: Affordable housing popping up in…

Construction ahead: Affordable housing popping up in…

The South Cooper Mountain and Aloha areas are getting special attention when it comes to new home development.
City of Lake Oswego, contractor face lawsuit over…

City of Lake Oswego, contractor face lawsuit over…

Judy Carlisle suffers extensive damages after falling at a construction site in town, according to filing 
Salt & Straw may leave Portland for safety reasons

Salt & Straw may leave Portland for safety reasons

RV fire outside company headquarters is the last straw for iconic local ice cream maker.
Entire justice system in crisis, public defender says

Entire justice system in crisis, public defender says

The head of Metropolitan Public Defenders reacts after public defender shortage blamed for crisis.
State sides with WashCo on Cedar Mill project, habitat…

State sides with WashCo on Cedar Mill project, habitat…

Environmentalists had asked a proposed subdivision be halted, saying the county isn't doing enough for wildlife.
Old Carus Schoolhouse's future soon to be determined

Old Carus Schoolhouse's future soon to be determined

The two-story schoolhouse was given to the Clackamas School District in 1885, and went vacant in 2005.
Shop Local with our holiday crossword!

Shop Local with our holiday crossword!

Our Shop Local crossword is the perfect thing to relax with this holiday weekend, before the shopping frenzy begins.
Gresham business helps student develop job skills

Gresham business helps student develop job skills

Sandy River Marketing takes a chance to help Reynolds student with disability
MultCo DA: Defense attorney shortage is 'urgent threat'

MultCo DA: Defense attorney shortage is 'urgent threat'

300 cases have already been dismissed, including misdemeanors and felonies.
Opening of new West Linn-Wilsonville School District…

Opening of new West Linn-Wilsonville School District…

Revised timeline will give bond team more flexibility as inflation and supply chain issues grow.
Mississippi and the state of the in-person office

Mississippi and the state of the in-person office

The Mississippi building in North Portland is an inviting and attractive office space.
Hillsboro's Su Casa Imports celebrates 40 years

Hillsboro's Su Casa Imports celebrates 40 years

The grocery store was honored by several dignitaries during its anniversary on Friday, Nov. 18.
Hillsdale: Transit project hurting businesses

Hillsdale: Transit project hurting businesses

Rose Lane project may be driving shoppers away; no PBOT plan to make changes yet.
Federal funds spark next generation of Oregon farmers

Federal funds spark next generation of Oregon farmers

Nearly $1.5 million will go to OSU, Rogue Farm Corps for education, training programs
All new TriMet 'green buses' recalled for safety reasons

All new TriMet 'green buses' recalled for safety reasons

Service on the new FX2 Division line will continue with regular buses until a fix is approved.
Gov. Brown issues blanket pardons for marijuana possession

Gov. Brown issues blanket pardons for marijuana possession

Oregon decriminalized small amounts in 1973 and legalized drug in 2014; action strips offenses from records.
Troutdale completes funding for riverfront park

Troutdale completes funding for riverfront park

City to leverage nearly $3 million for long-planned trail system along Sandy River
Madras vintage plane rides onto the red carpet

Madras vintage plane rides onto the red carpet

'Devotion' premiere includes Madras pilots and a plane from the Erickson collection
Wyden lays out 2023 agenda for Senate Finance Committee

Wyden lays out 2023 agenda for Senate Finance Committee

Mental health access, health care costs, trade assistance are issues as Congress prepares for split control.
Forest Grove faces severe rent burden

Forest Grove faces severe rent burden

One-third of Forest Grove renters pay more than half of their income to their landlord.
Wyden: Tie business R&D break with enhanced child tax credit

Wyden: Tie business R&D break with enhanced child tax credit

Oregon senator says both can be done in post-election session while Democrats retain control of Congress.

With job cuts imminent, anxiety rises among Intel…

With job cuts imminent, anxiety rises among Intel…
The chipmaker, with 22,000 employees in Hillsboro alone, is expected to lay off thousands in the wake of poor revenues.

Gresham completes 6 million-gallon groundwater tank

Gresham completes 6 million-gallon groundwater tank
New infrastructure part of plan to break from Bull Run and create local water source

Sauvie Island Bridge to be renamed for Indigenous…

Sauvie Island Bridge to be renamed for Indigenous…
Multnomah County aims to honor the large Native population of Sauvie Island prior to colonization.

Gresham-Barlow School District kicks-off…

Gresham-Barlow School District kicks-off…
The FAST Track program prepares students for apprenticeships in construction, manufacturing

Cable collapse highlight I-5 Bridge safety concerns

Cable collapse highlight I-5 Bridge safety concerns
No one was hurt in the Nov. 17 the a 275-foot length length of cable fell onto a narrow walkway.

Robinwood residents frustrated with Highway 43…

Robinwood residents frustrated with Highway 43…
Neighbors concerned with West Linn and ODOT plans to reconfigure intersections.

Five things to know about tolling in Oregon

Five things to know about tolling in Oregon
Here are the wheres, whats, whens and whys of the fees coming soon to Portland's roads.

Sherwood chamber encourages shopping local during…

Sherwood chamber encourages shopping local during…
The more money spent locally means $68 of $100 stays in the community, according to business experts

Alaska Airlines donates a plane to Portland…

Alaska Airlines donates a plane to Portland…
The retired plane will give students hands-on experience with maintaining a modern aircraft.

Apply for group to give input on new Burnside…

Apply for group to give input on new Burnside…
Multnomah County is recruiting volunteers for a group that will give feedback on aesthetic components of the bridge.

Readying for careers at COCC Redmond

Readying for careers at COCC Redmond
Combining standalone technical programs and diverse learning opportunities, COCC's Redmond campus gets futures in gear

Oregon recession? These 3 triggers might lessen the…

Oregon recession? These 3 triggers might lessen the…
A state economist predicts a relatively mild economic downturn due to 'rainy-day funds.'

Gov. Brown signs new trade agreement with Vietnam

Gov. Brown signs new trade agreement with Vietnam
She visits as electronics, computer parts and food account for most exports to Oregon's 8th largest market.

Portland developer Vanessa Sturgeon honored with…

Portland developer Vanessa Sturgeon honored with…
The Portland Business Alliance came together at the art museum for its annual leadership evening.

West Linn to defer water main work to pay for I-205…

West Linn to defer water main work to pay for I-205…
Failure of the $17.5 million bond measure means the city needs to drastically cut other water projects

Neighbors rally against Bethany Lake gas station at…

Neighbors rally against Bethany Lake gas station at…
Comments are still being accepted on the proposed gas station and convenience store through Friday, Nov. 25.

178 apartments under construction at Milwaukie…

178 apartments under construction at Milwaukie…
Kellogg Bowl building razed to make way for six stories at the northern end of downtown.

Hollywood spotlights Madras pilots and planes

Hollywood spotlights Madras pilots and planes
Local pilots and vintage aircraft from Madras collection star in new movie 'Devotion'

New commissioner speaks for agriculture

New commissioner speaks for agriculture
Mark Wunsch, 33, will be the newest and the youngest on the Jefferson County Commission

School renovations on track to finish next fall

School renovations on track to finish next fall
Year-long changes at NHS, Catalyst and Edwards paid for by school bond passed by voters.

It's official: Downturn will reduce Oregon tax…

It's official: Downturn will reduce Oregon tax…
But state economists tell lawmakers that a recession will result in relatively few job losses, akin to 1990-91.

Congestion, inadequate transit deemed key issues in…

Congestion, inadequate transit deemed key issues in…
Local companies met with ODOT and Metro to share concerns about how people and goods travel through the Westside

United Airlines announces investment in NEXT…

United Airlines announces investment in NEXT…
The company's investment fund is looking at NEXT Renewable Fuels' plans to eventually produce up to 50,000 barrels of fuel per day at Port Westward…

Oregon unemployment rate rose again to 4.1% in…

Oregon unemployment rate rose again to 4.1% in…
But private sector added 5,800 jobs during the month; statewide rate remains low by historical standards.

Blumenauer praises Senate approval of cannabis…

Blumenauer praises Senate approval of cannabis…
Oregon Democrat sponsors legislation that goes to Biden; 39 states now allow medical use, but feds do not.

Gov. Brown, legislative leaders comment on economic…

Gov. Brown, legislative leaders comment on economic…
Latest report projects downturn that will result in 5.4% statewide unemployment rate in early 2024.

Canby 99E road project about to kick off

Canby 99E road project about to kick off
ODOT has plenty of projects in store for the stretch of highway through Canby to improve flow, safety.

ODOT: Great streets make great communities

ODOT: Great streets make great communities
Agency program aims to create safer, more accessible and equitable main streets for all road users.

Committee suggests Damascus/Oregon City-area sites…

Committee suggests Damascus/Oregon City-area sites…
Metro's Policy Advisory Committee recommends the sites so that Tigard's River Terrace 2.0 can enter the UGB earlier.

How have Oregon crops fared this year?

How have Oregon crops fared this year?
Corn, sugar beet numbers are forecasted to decline year over year, as is egg production, but alfalfa numbers are expected to increase

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