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One more COVID-19 death reported Sunday

One more COVID-19 death reported Sunday

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Newest numbers bring the total to 148 people who have died as Oregon moves cautiously to reopen its economy.
Schools start revealing graduation plans

Schools start revealing graduation plans

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Districts working on forms of drive-thru, drive-in ceremonies to celebrate the high school class of 2020
Hollydale's Newport honored

Hollydale's Newport honored

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First grade teacher earns Gresham-Barlow's top teaching award for 2020, gets 'Prize Patrol' style surprise
Oregon Supreme Court: Vacate or defend ruling blocking…

Oregon Supreme Court: Vacate or defend ruling blocking…

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Baker County Circuit Court Judge Matthew Shirtcliff has until Tuesday to decide what to do
No new COVID-19 deaths reported as state continues…

No new COVID-19 deaths reported as state continues…

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Multnomah and Washington counties are the only two that have not been approved for Phase 1 reopening
UPDATE: Sandy shooting victim identified as Canby man

UPDATE: Sandy shooting victim identified as Canby man

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Zachary Saylor, 27, of Canby was killed Thursday in a shooting on Bluff Road. Sandy police are investigating.
Tigard man, 44, dies in a head-on crash in Boring

Tigard man, 44, dies in a head-on crash in Boring

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Michael Laubach, 44, of Tigard died in this crash Thursday afternoon, May 21, on Highway 212 at Lani Lane in Boring.
Man fatally shot on Sandy's Bluff Road

Man fatally shot on Sandy's Bluff Road

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Police detectives launch their investigation into the Thursday, May 22, shooting death of an as-yet unidentified man on Bluff Road in Sandy.
Oregon: Two more deaths from COVID-19, 45 more test positive

Oregon: Two more deaths from COVID-19, 45 more test positive

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State's overall positive test rate continues to drop, now stands at 3.5 percent.
SPONSORED CONTENT: Back pain and sciatica

SPONSORED CONTENT: Back pain and sciatica

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James Ruport, a physical therapist and Troutdale's leading sciatica specialist, answers the question, 'Do I need an injection?'
Nonprofit distributes 100 food boxes to homeless, foster…

Nonprofit distributes 100 food boxes to homeless, foster…

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Play Grow Learn to expand program next month with greater focus on health, education
Inmate with COVID-19 dies in Oregon State Penitentiary

Inmate with COVID-19 dies in Oregon State Penitentiary

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The Department of Corrections says another 148 in prisons have the coronavirus.
Self service at most Oregon gas stations ends on May 24

Self service at most Oregon gas stations ends on May 24

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The temporary rule change allowing self-service at gas stations expires at midnight on May 23.
Fagan pulls into narrow lead over Hass in secretary of…

Fagan pulls into narrow lead over Hass in secretary of…

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The Portland-area state senator is now ahead by half a point in the tight Democratic primary.
Oregon: Four new COVID-19 deaths, 65 more people test…

Oregon: Four new COVID-19 deaths, 65 more people test…

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Coronavirus deaths grow to 144 as total number of Oregon tests exceeds 100,000.
State economists: Oregon budget has a $3 billion gap

State economists: Oregon budget has a $3 billion gap

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Gov. Brown says federal aid must be coupled with spending cuts to cushion blow on vital state services and schools.
We need photos of 2020 graduating high school seniors

We need photos of 2020 graduating high school seniors

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At no cost, we'll publish some of these images in a special supplement that lists the Class of 2020 from Gresham, Barlow, Reynolds, Centennial,…
City to construct path to protect students

City to construct path to protect students

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New route along Hogan Road to be completed near site of two fatal crashes involving youth
Multnomah County: Still no timeline for reopening area

Multnomah County: Still no timeline for reopening area

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Washington and Clackamas County have set targets to submit reopening plans to Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, but not here.
U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer fends off challenger Albert Lee

U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer fends off challenger Albert Lee

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Congressman Earl Blumenauer wins Democratic Party primary for Oregon's Third District in Tuesday election.
Metro homeless measure holds big lead in early returns

Metro homeless measure holds big lead in early returns

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Tax measure would raise millions of dollars to help those in need of shelter or affordable housing in the Portland area.
Portlanders renew their gas tax overwhelmingly

Portlanders renew their gas tax overwhelmingly

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Measure 26-209 will preserve the city's 10 cents per gallon fuel tax, generating about $75 million over four years.
Ricki Ruiz leads Democratic primary for HD 50

Ricki Ruiz leads Democratic primary for HD 50

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Rockwood native, Reynolds School Board member takes 65% of the vote as of noon Wednesday, May 20
Public health shutdown leaves Oregon's jobs in a big hole

Public health shutdown leaves Oregon's jobs in a big hole

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State loses nearly 300,000 jobs since mid-March's stay-home order to stop spread of deadly illness.
Centennial bond passing in early returns

Centennial bond passing in early returns

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If the early-return numbers hold, schools will be upgraded with $65 million in bond money.
Mary Nolan headed to a Metro seat runoff - but against whom?

Mary Nolan headed to a Metro seat runoff - but against whom?

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Open seat on regional government drew five candidates, none holding a majority in early Election Night returns.
Centennial schools facilities bond passed

Centennial schools facilities bond passed

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The $65 million bond was approved by 53% of voters, with funds earmarked to repair aging schools
OHSU employee dies of COVID-19

OHSU employee dies of COVID-19

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Union says it raised concerns about worker safety for food service employees before documented outbreak and death
Gresham woman seriously hurt in auto crash near Tillamook

Gresham woman seriously hurt in auto crash near Tillamook

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Hacker and a passenger involved in two-vehicle accident on Sunday afternoon
Supreme Court sets stage for fight on Brown's stay-home…

Supreme Court sets stage for fight on Brown's stay-home…

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Legal challengers asked to submit arguments after Oregon Supreme Court stays a ruling overturning governor's mid-March pandemic shutdown.

Trump announces $185 million for TriMet's COVID…

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Trump announces $185 million for TriMet's COVID…
Regional transit authority can use funds to cover salaries, personal protective equipment and cleaning supplies.

Court: Oregon governor's stay-at-home rules still…

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Court: Oregon governor's stay-at-home rules still…
The Supreme Court put on hold a Baker County ruling, sought by churches, to overturn orders on constitutional grounds.

Mayor Casey Ryan will not seek reelection

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Mayor Casey Ryan will not seek reelection
Troutdale leader praised for cooperative council, promoting development throughout city

SPONSORED CONTENT: Back pain and sciatica

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SPONSORED CONTENT: Back pain and sciatica
Dr. James Ruport, a physical therapist from Troutdale, answers the question: 'I took the meds they gave me, but a month later why has the pain grown…

Gresham High math teacher honored

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Gresham High math teacher honored
Veteran educator Olivia Green earns kudos for her work from math teachers group

Supporting teachers and local businesses

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Supporting teachers and local businesses
Gresham-Barlow educators are celebrated with gift cards to Gresham enterprises

Some shops open Friday, others wait and see

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Some shops open Friday, others wait and see
East County retailers are split on welcoming customers inside stores to browse

Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas reopening…

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Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas reopening…
The local county chairs say they intend to reopen safely and lack funds to track coronavirus.

Reynolds School Board mum on Hernandez

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Reynolds School Board mum on Hernandez
No comment on harassment claims against legislator, who is running unopposed in May primary election

School supplies donated to unhoused students

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School supplies donated to unhoused students
Members of education foundations stuff 80 backpacks with pencils, notebooks and other items to support distance learning

Riverview Community Bank issues loans to save small…

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Riverview Community Bank issues loans to save small…
Bank estimates 12,000 local jobs saved through PPP loan program; 50 nonprofits supported

Multnomah County: 'Irresponsible' to set date for…

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Multnomah County: 'Irresponsible' to set date for…
County Chair Deborah Kafoury says weekly updates will be provided to public but county 'is not ready to reopen.'

Primary will shape metro-area seats in Oregon…

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Primary will shape metro-area seats in Oregon…
An incumbent Democrat in the House and one in the Senate also face primary challengers.

OnPoint announces education awards

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OnPoint announces education awards
Two lucky teachers will get their mortages paid for a year and a $2,500 donation to their schools

OSU Master Gardener program offering free online…

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OSU Master Gardener program offering free online…
Extension service offers how-to tips, gardening advice for anyone who wants to learn

Corbett super offered Alaska job

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Corbett super offered Alaska job
Randy Trani could move to a district 16 times size of Corbett Schools, but hasn't yet accepted position

Pamplin helping local businesses double their…

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Pamplin helping local businesses double their…
Matching advertising fund increased to $2.6 million after hundreds of local businesses, non-profits and business associations apply for help

Virtual concert to support mentors

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Virtual concert to support mentors
Gresham's Family of Friends Mentoring to host livestreamed musical fundraiser

Oregon child contracts COVID-related respiratory…

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Oregon child contracts COVID-related respiratory…
Health officials say girl is being treated for pediatric multi-system inflammatory syndrome

Gladstone reopens Meldrum Bar Park to vehicles

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Gladstone reopens Meldrum Bar Park to vehicles
Mayor warns that police department will be patrolling boat ramp to check for social distancing

The count must go on, as census operations pick…

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The count must go on, as census operations pick…
U.S. Census Bureau this week begins delivering Census packets to Oregon households

Oregon Health Authority could face deep cuts to…

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Oregon Health Authority could face deep cuts to…
Amid plummeting state revenue caused by the state shutdown, Gov. Kate Brown called for an 8.5% cut from state's two-year budget.

More Oregon state parks continue to reopen on a…

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More Oregon state parks continue to reopen on a…
The idea is to ease people back in and avoid overcrowding or having people plan long-distance trips to visit these parks.

Oregon law forces jury trials to continue,…

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Oregon law forces jury trials to continue,…
Rather than sitting together in a jury box, the jurors were spread out around the courtroom, occupying the space usually reserved for the public.

Main City Park gets new sign

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Main City Park gets new sign
Project funded by Gresham Chamber Leadership Academy to raise visibility at green space

Hernandez plans lawsuit against Legislature, House…

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Hernandez plans lawsuit against Legislature, House…
The lawmaker's lawyer says an investigation of sexual harassment deprives the Portland Democrat of his rights.

BPA honors Sandy resident Libby Burke

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BPA honors Sandy resident Libby Burke
Burke is a contract archivist working for the nonprofit Bonneville Power Administation.

ODFW proposes expansion of fishing opportunity from…

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ODFW proposes expansion of fishing opportunity from…
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is considering a change that would relax the rules regarding fishing from a boat on the Sandy River. The…

Troutdale Bridge reopens to traffic May 15

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Troutdale Bridge reopens to traffic May 15
Improvements and repairs made to walkway, lighting, guardrails at Sandy River span

Oregon governor prepares spending cuts, hopes for…

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Oregon governor prepares spending cuts, hopes for…
Agency plans for 17% from general fund 'extremely drastic,' but tax collections expected to be short.

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