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Oregon GOP: Facing the elephant in the room

Oregon GOP: Facing the elephant in the room

Portland Tribune - News
A fractious Oregon Republicans Party seeks unity, but many of the party stalwarts have moved on.
Suburban Republicans reflect on Oregon's GOP

Suburban Republicans reflect on Oregon's GOP

Portland Tribune - News
In Clackamas County - a Republican stronghold - elected officials and party leaders decline to comment.
Shooting surge continues Monday

Shooting surge continues Monday

Portland Tribune - News
One person was killed and another wounded in a late night Cully neighborhood shooting.
Wyden takes lead in urging continued aid during pandemic

Wyden takes lead in urging continued aid during pandemic

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Democrat and nine others send letter to Biden as he develops long-term plan.
'Lethal force': School board member's social media under…

'Lethal force': School board member's social media under…

Portland Tribune - News
One says Superintendent Trip Goodall's response to board member's social media activity is 'directly from the playbook of the Marxists.'
Portlanders fed up with protests, shootings

Portlanders fed up with protests, shootings

Portland Tribune - News
Police say they could not stop vandalism in the Pearl District on Saturday because they were responding to shootings.
Portland shootings surge over the weekend

Portland shootings surge over the weekend

Portland Tribune - News
Two people were killed in a Saturday shooting and gun violence continued through Sunday.
Robot waiter minimizes human contact at Portland area bistro

Robot waiter minimizes human contact at Portland area bistro

Portland Tribune - News
Bistro Royale in Beaverton uses robots, call buttons and remote payments to reduce contact during COVID-19.
PWB begins test drilling for pipelines at proposed Boring…

PWB begins test drilling for pipelines at proposed Boring…

Portland Tribune - News
Cottrell CPO, rural neighbors continue to oppose project, impacts on community
Ban Confederate flags at school? Committee focuses on new…

Ban Confederate flags at school? Committee focuses on new…

Portland Tribune - News
Proposed bill continues a temporary policy, adopted by Oregon's Board of Education in mid-September, banning the symbols.
After nearly a year, La Salle Prep kids return to campus

After nearly a year, La Salle Prep kids return to campus

Portland Tribune - News
Public schools in North Clackamas, Gladstone remain closed through at least spring break
Environmental advocates warn of pitfalls in state climate…

Environmental advocates warn of pitfalls in state climate…

Portland Tribune - News
Group says Oregon must live up to goals Gov. Brown set after 2020 GOP legislative walkouts.
Brown makes one-year COVID-19 anniversary statement

Brown makes one-year COVID-19 anniversary statement

Portland Tribune - News
The first known case of the novel coronavirus in Oregon was confirmed on Feb. 28, 2020.
One dead, two wounded in overnight shootings

One dead, two wounded in overnight shootings

Portland Tribune - News
A man was killed and another critically injured in a shooting at a Sellwood-Moreland bar.
Man wounded in St. Johns shooting

Man wounded in St. Johns shooting

Portland Tribune - News
UPATE: The suspect in Saturday morning shooting is arrested later that day in Vancouver.
Willamette Meteorite restored after vandals paint it gold

Willamette Meteorite restored after vandals paint it gold

Portland Tribune - News
The bronze copy in West Linn's Fields Bridge Park had been spray-painted gold
Renamed Tumwater Middle School honors Chinuk Wawa language

Renamed Tumwater Middle School honors Chinuk Wawa language

Portland Tribune - News
The Beaverton School Board decided on the name at its Tuesday, Feb. 22 meeting.
U.S. Senate still question mark for LGBTQ protections

U.S. Senate still question mark for LGBTQ protections

Portland Tribune - News
Merkley leads renewed effort as House passes bill for second time in two years.
Amazing Educators: Portland's Jill Rebholz aims to empower

Amazing Educators: Portland's Jill Rebholz aims to empower

Portland Tribune - News
Jill Rebholz has improved the lives of her students for nearly 25 years, and now teaches at Rieke Elementary School in Southwest Portland.
Reynolds School Board mulls asking Diego Hernandez to quit

Reynolds School Board mulls asking Diego Hernandez to quit

Portland Tribune - News
Lawmaker resigned from legislature amid controversy; school board will vote at next meeting.
Oregon's cheap power, undersea cable lure 5 new data centers

Oregon's cheap power, undersea cable lure 5 new data centers

Portland Tribune - News
Taking over the old SunPower solar panel factory, NTT now has all your selfies, streams and shopping history in one place.
Schrader opposed, but U.S. House passes Biden's $1.9…

Schrader opposed, but U.S. House passes Biden's $1.9…

Portland Tribune - News
Three Oregon Democrats vote yes, but 5th District member joins Republicans in opposition.
913 landlords apply to $150M relief fund so far

913 landlords apply to $150M relief fund so far

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Landlord Compensation Fund deluged with applicants, prompting official to extend the deadline.
Two dead, two wounded in two Thursday shootings

Two dead, two wounded in two Thursday shootings

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Police identify the first victim killed as Shawndell L. DeShazo II, 28. The other victims have not yet been named.
Policy expert to discuss government 'love-hate…

Policy expert to discuss government 'love-hate…

Portland Tribune - News
Senior fellow at the PSU Center for Public Service to lecture on structure of Clackamas County
After abrupt resignation, state fire marshal gets new gig

After abrupt resignation, state fire marshal gets new gig

Portland Tribune - News
Jim Walker will serve Canby, Woodburn and Aurora fire districts as fire inspector, a newly created position.
ODOT to take Cornelius Pass ownership effective March 1

ODOT to take Cornelius Pass ownership effective March 1

Portland Tribune - News
The Oregon Department of Transportation will take over responsibility for the road and repave this summer.
COVID vaccine could be available for everyone by July 1

COVID vaccine could be available for everyone by July 1

Portland Tribune - News
Timeline shifts as more doses could become available for states under Biden administration.
Bullet hits sleeping child's bed in Southeast Portland

Bullet hits sleeping child's bed in Southeast Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Photos released by the Portland Police Bureau show bullet holes in the mattress and pillow.
Metro poised to build more affordable housing than promised

Metro poised to build more affordable housing than promised

Portland Tribune - News
President Lynn Peterson also talks about economic development and transportation during her State of the Region address.

Do you know an Amazing Kid?

Portland Tribune - News
Do you know an Amazing Kid?
Pamplin Media is looking for young people who make a difference in their communities - and you can help.

Gaps in oversight found in Metro affordable housing…

Portland Tribune - News
Gaps in oversight found in Metro affordable housing…
Metro Auditor Brian Evans said the regional governing agency ignored some protocols for approving projects.

No spectators allowed at high school sporting events

Portland Tribune - News
No spectators allowed at high school sporting events
TRL principals: 'We know it will not be the same without friends and family in the stands this spring'

Gresham students and parents rally to re-open…

Portland Tribune - News
Gresham students and parents rally to re-open…
A group of protesters says online learning is a failure and it is safe to go back to in-person learning.

Oregon City School Board calls on Mark Shull to…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon City School Board calls on Mark Shull to…
Letter condemns Clackamas County commissioner's 'heinous' transphobic, Islamophobic, racist and xenophobic statements

Oregon's patchwork of pandemic rules raises ethical…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon's patchwork of pandemic rules raises ethical…
'Why are elderly in group homes vaccinated, but the elderly living on their own must wait? Why are teachers more important than the grocery store…

Senate Republicans revive walkout as a political…

Portland Tribune - News
Senate Republicans revive walkout as a political…
Their absence, aimed at Democratic Gov. Brown, shuts down an Oregon Senate session.

Gov. Brown extends COVID-19 state of emergency…

Portland Tribune - News
Gov. Brown extends COVID-19 state of emergency…
The officially declared state of emergency will last another 60 days, until May 2, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced.

PGE pledges $75K in assistance to Clackamas County…

Portland Tribune - News
PGE pledges $75K in assistance to Clackamas County…
CEO Maria Pope summarizes power company's recovery efforts following historic ice storm

Clackamas board votes 3-2 in support of sheriff's…

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas board votes 3-2 in support of sheriff's…
Proposed 12-cent increase per $1,000 of assessed value in county's local option property tax will come before voters in May

Portland City Commissioner axes Southwest Portland…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland City Commissioner axes Southwest Portland…
Citing fiscal mismanagement, Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty strips Southwest Neighborhoods Inc. of its current duties.

Amazing Educators special section honors Oregon…

Portland Tribune - News
Amazing Educators special section honors Oregon…
Pamplin Media Group celebrates Amazing Educators throughout the community with a new special section available in print and online.

Clackamas County businesses begin operating at 50%…

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County businesses begin operating at 50%…
Clackamas County moves into 'moderate risk,' additional capacity at bars, restaurants, gyms opens Friday, Feb. 26.

Oregon COVID-19 county risk levels drop as virus…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon COVID-19 county risk levels drop as virus…
'We are seeing great progress in stopping the spread of COVID-19 across Oregon and saving lives.'

COVID-19 hospitalizations, deaths falling

Portland Tribune - News
COVID-19 hospitalizations, deaths falling
Officials say numbers are declining even though it is too soon to see the effects of vaccinations.

Portland traffic down, fatal crashes up

Portland Tribune - News
Portland traffic down, fatal crashes up
Fewer people are on the roads these days, but more seem to be driving dangerously.

Portland Police: $20,000 in property found in…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police: $20,000 in property found in…
Portland Police Bureau officers arrest Manuel Hernandez and Sanchindra Nath during the incident.

Lawsuit: Portland man suffers injuries in cop car…

Portland Tribune - News
Lawsuit: Portland man suffers injuries in cop car…
Kyle Odell was being transported on a warrant when a Portland Police Bureau squad car crashed, according to a lawsuit.

Portland sheds 'anarchist jurisdiction' label,…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland sheds 'anarchist jurisdiction' label,…
Portland, New York and Seattle are no longer in a state of anarchy, according to an executive order issued by President Biden.

TriMet appoints interim general manager

Portland Tribune - News
TriMet appoints interim general manager
The regional transit agency is seeking community feedback on its next permanent GM.

State tax collections buck pandemic unemployment…

Portland Tribune - News
State tax collections buck pandemic unemployment…
Legislative economists tell lawmakers that federal aid has made a difference, but growth will slow.

Lights! Camera! More tax incentives

Portland Tribune - News
Lights! Camera! More tax incentives
Oregon's film industry hopes new legislation makes the state more attractive to production companies as COVID-19 shutdowns ease.

Hazelnut Grove becomes political football

Portland Tribune - News
Hazelnut Grove becomes political football
Fate of North Portland homeless camp? It depends on who at you ask City Hall these days.

Tri-county agency head to discuss Metro's expanding…

Portland Tribune - News
Tri-county agency head to discuss Metro's expanding…
Metro leader Lynn Peterson on Friday will discuss agency serving Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties.

Oversight for new Portland anti-shooting team in…

Portland Tribune - News
Oversight for new Portland anti-shooting team in…
A committee to oversee the Portland Police Bureau's new the Portland Police Bureau's new Enhanced Community Safety Team is being formed.

Tigard curbs residential speed limit to 20 MPH

Portland Tribune - News
Tigard curbs residential speed limit to 20 MPH
On Tuesday, the Tigard City Council approved a measure that would reduce speeds in many residential neighborhoods to 20 mph.

Fry's Electronics closes, leaving Wilsonville store…

Portland Tribune - News
Fry's Electronics closes, leaving Wilsonville store…
The retailer, which is based in California, cites the pandemic and 'changes in the retail industry' as reasons for the closure.

Metro proposes waste collection site near Clackamas…

Portland Tribune - News
Metro proposes waste collection site near Clackamas…
Proposal to purchase 26-acre parcel close to Highway 212 receives frigid response from county commission

Oregon man who gave meth, abused 13-year-old gets…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon man who gave meth, abused 13-year-old gets…
Newberg man pleads guilty to sexual abuse, rape and sodomy in exchange for having other charges dropped.

Clackamas County grapples with Sunrise Corridor…

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County grapples with Sunrise Corridor…
Commissioners consider asking legislature for $4 million to conduct planning, public engagement

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