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Film critic brings judge's eye to Portland Film Festival

Film critic brings judge's eye to Portland Film Festival

Portland Tribune - Features
Darleen Ortega is an Oregon Court of Appeals judge by day, but will play the Tribune's movie critic for the next month.
Not all schools are warning students about fentanyl dangers

Not all schools are warning students about fentanyl dangers

Portland Tribune - News
Portland-area school districts take vastly different approaches to drug prevention education.
Gresham High adds LGBTQ pride theme to football games

Gresham High adds LGBTQ pride theme to football games

Portland Tribune - News
In response to recent bans of LGBTQ and Black Lives Matter symbols in Newberg, Gresham football dials up the support
For many teens, peer support is biggest life line

For many teens, peer support is biggest life line

Portland Tribune - News
When the world shut down, crisis intervention volunteers never stopped showing up
COVID curriculum: students share thoughts on the new normal

COVID curriculum: students share thoughts on the new normal

Portland Tribune - News
Some students are fine trading distance learning for masks as they return to school full time
New Oregon law expands insurance for immigrants,…

New Oregon law expands insurance for immigrants,…

SW Connection - News
Cover All People will provide health care for low-income, undocumented residents
Pamplin Media Group welcomes summer interns

Pamplin Media Group welcomes summer interns

Portland Tribune - News
Kim Cortes-Martinez joins Tribune newsroom for Amplify high school internship
PMG welcomes summer intern Nardin Ishak

PMG welcomes summer intern Nardin Ishak

Portland Tribune - News
Ishak, a junior at David Douglas High School, writes for student newspaper and works for healthcare company
During summer of social unrest, Portland teens emerged as…

During summer of social unrest, Portland teens emerged as…

Portland Tribune - News
Young artists and makers used their talents to raise funds for racial justice organizations
Power move: young candidates of color eye state political…

Power move: young candidates of color eye state political…

Gresham Outlook - News
Restaurauteur Justin Hwang, 36, makes bid for Oregon Senate seat representing Gresham, Troutdale, Fairview
Young candidates of color seeking spot at Oregon Capitol

Young candidates of color seeking spot at Oregon Capitol

Portland Tribune - News
24-year-old Wlnsvey Campos in Washington County finds her political footing as she takes on issues of poverty, race relations and, yes, youth.
Power move: Carina Miller is among young candidates of…

Power move: Carina Miller is among young candidates of…

Portland Tribune - News
Miller, 33, looks to make Oregon history as first Indigenous senator in District 30
Sunrise Beaverton brings Portland-style, confrontational…

Sunrise Beaverton brings Portland-style, confrontational…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
With help of social media, young organizers put pressure on suburban elected leaders in push for climate change and police reform
Youth play key role in Portland activism

Youth play key role in Portland activism

Portland Tribune - News
High school students take part in Portland's ongoing protests against police brutality
Students, schools say distance learning stymies special…

Students, schools say distance learning stymies special…

Portland Tribune - News
With return to virtual learning amid COVID-19, school districts promise improvements for vulnerable kids
High school grads opting for 'green' gowns  

High school grads opting for 'green' gowns  

Portland Tribune - News
Starting in 2021, seniors can order from new line of biodegradable, compostable graduation gowns
Oregon students advocate for more racially conscious…

Oregon students advocate for more racially conscious…

Portland Tribune - News
Students say more professional development and funding needed to fill gaps in state ethnic studies standards
State's rest areas, campsites adapt to COVID concerns 

State's rest areas, campsites adapt to COVID concerns 

Portland Tribune - News
New focus on sanitation keeps the popular travel spots open for motorists who need a break or a bathroom
How libraries are fostering early literacy while closed

How libraries are fostering early literacy while closed

Portland Tribune - News
For early learners, replacing library visits with digital resources is no small task
Students cheer schools' decision to cut ties with police…

Students cheer schools' decision to cut ties with police…

Portland Tribune - News
Removal of school resource officers from Portland Public Schools revitalizes discussions on student resources, alternative discipline
Calls to defund police find little traction in suburbs

Calls to defund police find little traction in suburbs

Portland Tribune - News
Portland's largest suburban communities approach police reform and budget cuts with caution
Chalking it up to the fight against racism

Chalking it up to the fight against racism

Portland Tribune - Features
Teen twins from Vancouver honor Breonna Taylor with downtown Portland mural
Creative 'fuel' meant to help quell violence

Creative 'fuel' meant to help quell violence

Portland Tribune - Features
David Flores and Steven Brandt dedicate murals to Black Lives Matter, hoping to vindicate street art along the way

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