Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

SnowCap's Fill-A-Bag raises record amount

SnowCap's Fill-A-Bag raises record amount

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Annual fundraiser nets $53,000 after year of extraordinary hardship marked by pandemic
Garage to taproom - new business to open in Gresham

Garage to taproom - new business to open in Gresham

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Gresham's MadCow Brewing Company eyes exciting expansion this spring to offer locally-made beer
Teachers and school staff are now eligible for COVID-19…

Teachers and school staff are now eligible for COVID-19…

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The state entered Phase 1b of the vaccine program as health officials reported 435 new cases and two more deaths.
Multnomah County DA investigates alleged bias crime

Multnomah County DA investigates alleged bias crime

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Brian Christopher Miller threatens to kill worker, trashes Southeast Portland gas station
Corbett delays re-opening until  staff are vaccinated

Corbett delays re-opening until staff are vaccinated

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High schoolers may not return this year at all with phased-in returns and safety protocols
COVID-19 cases, deaths continue to trend down

COVID-19 cases, deaths continue to trend down

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The Oregon Health Authority also reported that 61% of vaccine doses delivered across the state had been administered by Sunday.
Scott Harden retains role as mayor

Scott Harden retains role as mayor

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Wood Village leader targets systemic racism, utility support in second term
Three advance in race for SD20 seat

Three advance in race for SD20 seat

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County commissioners to choose from Bill Kennemer, Steven Bates and John Lee Jr.
Brown defends Oregon's giving vaccine priority to teachers

Brown defends Oregon's giving vaccine priority to teachers

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Oregon is currently one of only five states in the nation where the inoculation of those 65 and over has not yet begun.
Gresham Council sets legislative priorities

Gresham Council sets legislative priorities

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City looks to advocate for direct COVID-19 dollars, access to vaccines, funding for projects
OHA: Young people less likely to spread COVID-19

OHA: Young people less likely to spread COVID-19

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State health officials release a study of pediatric patients on the same day President Biden announces his national strategy to get the pandemic…
Dogged perseverance

Dogged perseverance

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Jake Koch works to socially distance during the pandemic with the help of a guide dog, white cane
MHCC gives low-income families a hand up

MHCC gives low-income families a hand up

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Initiative funded by $1M grant from JPMorgan Chase will focus on removing barriers to job training
Reynolds puts off reopening school buildings

Reynolds puts off reopening school buildings

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Students will continue distance learning through March 26 as staff await vaccinations
Education Department: Oregon school reopening guidelines…

Education Department: Oregon school reopening guidelines…

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Elementary schools in the metro area can bring students back while following safety rules.
Alleged two-time murderer not fit to stand trial, judge…

Alleged two-time murderer not fit to stand trial, judge…

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Judge says state hospital 'squandered' two years by falsely accusing Demetruis Ray Brown of faking illness.
Troutdale City Council ready to serve

Troutdale City Council ready to serve

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New city leaders sworn in during distanced ceremony, officially take seats on January 12
Gresham parents accused of starvation, malnourishment

Gresham parents accused of starvation, malnourishment

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Mena Kamel, 33, and Marina Zaki, 28, arrested for alleged abuse toward children younger than six.
Metro goes to court to get new income tax sanctified

Metro goes to court to get new income tax sanctified

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Tricounty agency wants judge to sign off on legality of 2020 measure. Critics say structure is flawed.
Artists receive more than $1 million in relief grants

Artists receive more than $1 million in relief grants

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Six East Multnomah County artists awarded financial support to help with pandemic recovery
Portland, seven other local districts reopening schools

Portland, seven other local districts reopening schools

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Suburban and rural school districts across several counties plan a return to class in some limited way within weeks.
Vaccinations continue as COVID-19 cases and death keep…

Vaccinations continue as COVID-19 cases and death keep…

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The Oregon Health Authority reports that 65% of vaccines delivered across the state were administered by Monday.
Damascus standoff ends in arrest

Damascus standoff ends in arrest

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After an 11-hour standoff with police, John Redenbo was arrested and faces possible weapons charges.
Nearly 12-hour standoff in Damascus ends with arrest

Nearly 12-hour standoff in Damascus ends with arrest

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No injuries reported as police serve warrant on John Redenbo, wanted for a parole violation stemming from assault charge.
Portland suspects arrested in shooting, fatal hit-and-run

Portland suspects arrested in shooting, fatal hit-and-run

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Portland Police Bureau announces arrests in a November fatal crash near Gresham and a shooting from October.
Search for missing woman becomes recovery mission

Search for missing woman becomes recovery mission

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Crews seek remains of Jennifer Camus Moore after Dodson landslide Wednesday, Jan. 13
East County News Briefs - Friday Jan. 15

East County News Briefs - Friday Jan. 15

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East County forms SAFER Council; Gresham plants trees; Stimulus payments are coming
COVID-19 cancels 2021 Portland International Auto Show

COVID-19 cancels 2021 Portland International Auto Show

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The Metro Portland New Car Dealers Association, which owns and produces the show, promises it will return in February 2022.
Gresham city manager finalists meet for public forum

Gresham city manager finalists meet for public forum

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Bryan Montgomery, Milwaukie's Ann Ober speak to community before final selection to lead City Hall
Oregon high schools prepare for uncertain restart of sports

Oregon high schools prepare for uncertain restart of sports

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Soccer and cross country may begin competition in March; football, volleyball, water polo still in doubt.

Portland woman working as flagger dies in Sandy

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Portland woman working as flagger dies in Sandy
Brenda Stader, 50, dies after a PGE vehicle backs into her while repairing damaged power lines on Highway 26 on Jan. 13.

Lopez Hopper joins Gladstone schools leadership team

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Lopez Hopper joins Gladstone schools leadership team
New director of finance started in the role on Jan. 4, moving from Reynolds School District

Clackamas nixes swearing-in amid calls for Shull to…

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Clackamas nixes swearing-in amid calls for Shull to…
Clackamas County postpones a Jan. 13 swearing-in ceremony for new commissioners as Mark Shull faces condemnation.

UPDATE: Missing woman identified in Dodson landslide

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UPDATE: Missing woman identified in Dodson landslide
Flood warnings, landslides, downed trees across East Multnomah County after Tuesday, Jan. 12, storm

Two injured in hotel parking lot shooting

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Two injured in hotel parking lot shooting
Gresham Police detectives seek information after two women were shot Tuesday, Jan. 12

Storm unleashes landslides, power outages in region

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Storm unleashes landslides, power outages in region
Both West Burnside and eastbound I-84 are closed Wednesday morning as many residents lose power.

BOLI: Employers can require vaccinations

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BOLI: Employers can require vaccinations
The state agency released new information this week about the news, saying that workplaces may also make exceptions.

Multnomah County battles workplace outbreaks,…

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Multnomah County battles workplace outbreaks,…
Employees complain of notification failures and shortcuts. Management says they're doing their best.

Multnomah County officials battle workplace…

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Multnomah County officials battle workplace…
Employees at three agencies complain of notification failures, shortcuts to save money, or lax management.

Three Gresham area workplaces report COVID outbreaks

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Three Gresham area workplaces report COVID outbreaks
Amazon warehouse in Troutdale has highest work-related case count in state except for prisons

Calls for Clackamas Commissioner Mark Shull's…

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Calls for Clackamas Commissioner Mark Shull's…
Publication of racist, transphobic and anti-immigrant comments sparks public outrage

Will students have to test themselves for COVID-19?

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Will students have to test themselves for COVID-19?
OHA proposal has kids swabbing themsleves to check for the coronavirus at school.

Police, family searching for missing man

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Police, family searching for missing man
Gresham police are asking if you have seen Andrew Beyer, that you call them at 503-823-3333.

Oregonians ages 65+ can soon get vaccine

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Oregonians ages 65+ can soon get vaccine
As state ties COVID-19 death record, Brown says seniors will get doses. Meanwhile, feds ship doses faster.

Corbett school opening doors for 50 students

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Corbett school opening doors for 50 students
First district in East County to allow some kids back in schoolhouse, other districts waiting

Not enough doses: Salem COVID-19 clinic closes early

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Not enough doses: Salem COVID-19 clinic closes early
Vaccination rollout problems surface again as the Oregon Health Authority reports more cases and deaths on Monday.

Legislature opens 2021 session with a heavy…

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Legislature opens 2021 session with a heavy…
Ritual and rhetoric are subdued; members of color reach historic high in Oregon.

East County businesses share $1 million in grants

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East County businesses share $1 million in grants
COVID relief of $2,500 goes to 421 small operations, part of federal CARES Act funds

Brown calls out National Guard to help vaccination…

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Brown calls out National Guard to help vaccination…
Efforts are underway to speed up the slow start to inoculate Oregonians against COVID-19.

Gresham names three finalists for city manager

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Gresham names three finalists for city manager
Bryan Montgomery, Ann Ober, Stephen Rymer vie for job with public interview next week

Mixed use project going up adjacent to Gresham Post…

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Mixed use project going up adjacent to Gresham Post…
Retail space and 49 apartments to be built on former Truffle Hunter restaurant site

East County elected officials react to violence at…

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East County elected officials react to violence at…
Gresham's City Council President Eddy Morales says 'this is what terrorism looks like,' as he reacted to the assault on the nation's Capitol and…

Siege of nation's Capitol shocks Oregon: 'Is this…

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Siege of nation's Capitol shocks Oregon: 'Is this…
Portlanders and others react with anger and sadness seeing pro-Trump extremists attempt to overturn November's election.

Kayse Jama appointed to Oregon Senate District 24…

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Kayse Jama appointed to Oregon Senate District 24…
Executive director of Unite Oregon appointed to fill spot vacated by Secretary of State Shemia Fagan

More than 650 food boxes go to struggling families

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More than 650 food boxes go to struggling families
Gresham Station and SnowCap patner to help during COVID, funded by Schnitzer grant

Local elected officials react to violence in…

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Local elected officials react to violence in…
Most blame President Trump for claiming, without evidence, that the November election was stolen from him.

Oregon delegation caught in evacuation of U.S.…

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Oregon delegation caught in evacuation of U.S.…
Bonamici, Merkley describe scary moments as Trump supporters storm the building and Washington, D.C., goes into curfew.

Dignity and detergent in East County

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Dignity and detergent in East County
Gresham group provides laundry services for low-income, homeless without access to laundry facilitites

One arrested at Oregon Capitol, but building was…

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One arrested at Oregon Capitol, but building was…
Competing groups clashed Wednesday in Salem as a months-long lockdown was tightened.

Civic, church groups provide food assistance in…

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Civic, church groups provide food assistance in…
Agencies offer local options for those facing hardships East County, Sandy, Estacada

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