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Primary is end of beginning of 2022 election

Primary is end of beginning of 2022 election

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Former Oregon Sen. Betsy Johnson (D-Scappoose) iwill start running for governor backed by $1.75 million in contributions from Nike CEO.
Oregon leaders worried by mega-drought fire season

Oregon leaders worried by mega-drought fire season

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The sustained dry periods make trees and other vegetation more likely to ignite if hit by lighting or human carelessness.
Hillsdale apartment complex shooter sentenced to prison

Hillsdale apartment complex shooter sentenced to prison

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Luke Stolarzyk, who fired AR-15 throughout Stephens Creek Crossing in 2021, takes plea deal
Gabriel Park reopens with massive, all abilities playground

Gabriel Park reopens with massive, all abilities playground

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Inclusive play equipment, sensory wall, mark $4.3 million remodel to Southwest Portland park
Political notebook: Schrader trouble, Kristof cash, more

Political notebook: Schrader trouble, Kristof cash, more

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Political moves continue as the May 17 primary election voting deadline nears.
Primary vote counting could drag into June

Primary vote counting could drag into June

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A new Oregon law allows mail-in votes to be counted if they arrive at election offices a week after the May 17 primary.
Wheeler announces livability initiatives at City Club

Wheeler announces livability initiatives at City Club

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The Portland mayor amplifies on his proposed $6.7 billion budget during his annual State of the City speech.
Democratic governor candidates participate in forum

Democratic governor candidates participate in forum

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Party activists gather at Sunriver with ballots in the mail ahead of the May 17 primary election.
PPS will dip into reserves to save jobs, lower class sizes

PPS will dip into reserves to save jobs, lower class sizes

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Facing a $40 million budget gap, Portland Public Schools proposes using reserves and one-time funds.
Election heats up as ballots go out and ads go up

Election heats up as ballots go out and ads go up

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The state primary election will set up the races for the Nov. 8 general election.
GOP wraps up conference, Democrats to meet

GOP wraps up conference, Democrats to meet

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Major parties meet, hear debates and take straw polls ahead of the May 17 primary election.
Q&A: Candidates for Metro president talk regional issues

Q&A: Candidates for Metro president talk regional issues

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The newspapers submitted five questions to the candidates; not all responded.
Q&A: Portland City Council Position 2 candidates open up

Q&A: Portland City Council Position 2 candidates open up

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The newspapers submitted five questions to the candidates; not all responded.
Q&A: Candidates for Portland's Position 3 on how to fix…

Q&A: Candidates for Portland's Position 3 on how to fix…

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The newspapers submitted five questions to the candidates for Portland City Council Position 3; not all responded.
PMG Questionnaire: Metro District 4

PMG Questionnaire: Metro District 4

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The newspapers submitted five questions to the candidates; here are their responses.
Oregon's child care desert will take more than money to fix

Oregon's child care desert will take more than money to fix

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Southwest Portland among several areas struggling to find staff to meet needs of families
PCC Foundation to host annual fundraiser

PCC Foundation to host annual fundraiser

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The fundraiser set for Saturday, April 23, will raise money for student scholarships.
Oregon Republicans prepare for weekend party conference

Oregon Republicans prepare for weekend party conference

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Oregon Democrats will gather then gather from April 29 to May 1 for their annual summit.
Outgoing PCC head Mark Mitsui looks back on a busy career

Outgoing PCC head Mark Mitsui looks back on a busy career

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Mark Mitsui has served as PCC's president since 2016. He retires in June after more than 30 years in education.
Portland, region hemorrhaging rental properties

Portland, region hemorrhaging rental properties

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City policies to help renters may have backfired, causing rentals to disappear, a new report finds.
Survey: Oregonians support taxes for family services

Survey: Oregonians support taxes for family services

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Support for paying taxes differs between political parties and on some issues, however.
2022 primary election one-month reality check

2022 primary election one-month reality check

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The 2022 campaigns are heating up with one month to go before the May 17 primary.
With Hopewell House property secured, board plans fall…

With Hopewell House property secured, board plans fall…

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Hillsdale home previously owned by Legacy Health will reopen as hospice facility
Astronaut's wife recalls harrowing days of Apollo 13

Astronaut's wife recalls harrowing days of Apollo 13

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Tigard's Mary Haise recounts terror of knowing husband's predicament on unlucky Apollo 13 mission 52 years ago.
Southwest Portlanders criticize city downed tree response

Southwest Portlanders criticize city downed tree response

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The city says the April snow storm knocked so many trees down it is hard to keep up.
Multnomah County families can apply for free preschool this…

Multnomah County families can apply for free preschool this…

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County officials say nearly 680 slots will be available to students in the first year of the Preschool for All measure.
Timber baron contributes against Oregon Democrats

Timber baron contributes against Oregon Democrats

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Archie Aldis 'Red' Emmerson is the largest landowner in the county and supports non-affiliated Betsy Johnson for governor.
Portland State student remembered as artist and activist

Portland State student remembered as artist and activist

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Amara Marluke, 19, was shot and killed early April 4 in downtown Portland. Fellow PSU student arrested.
Applications now open for Multnomah Youth Commission

Applications now open for Multnomah Youth Commission

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Multnomah County residents ages 13-21 encouraged to apply for policy-focused group
Committee seeks votes to rename SW Portland pool

Committee seeks votes to rename SW Portland pool

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Citizen-led effort to rename community pool at Wells-Barnett campus wants public input

New research highlights success, shortcomings of…

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New research highlights success, shortcomings of…
Portland State University researched six village pod communities as alternatives to congregate shelters

Portland State student remembered as artist and…

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Portland State student remembered as artist and…
Amara Marluke, 19, was shot and killed early April 4 in downtown Portland. Suspect is fellow PSU student.

Portland Community College lands its next president

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Portland Community College lands its next president
Adrien Bennings comes to Oregon's largest community college from Michigan's Kellogg Community College.

Knight makes million-dollar gambit in high-stakes…

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Knight makes million-dollar gambit in high-stakes…
The Nike co-founder supports Betsy Johnson's unaffiliated campaign for Oregon governor.

Labor Commissioner is referee for business vs.…

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Labor Commissioner is referee for business vs.…
Seven candidates are running to head the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries.

Hillsdale church goes solar, aims to be carbon…

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Hillsdale church goes solar, aims to be carbon…
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church raising money to swap fossil fuels for solar panels

Neighborhood House hosts food drive, 5K run

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Neighborhood House hosts food drive, 5K run
Southwest Portland nonprofit org hosts spring events to help residents in need

Police: No one hurt in Washington Square mall…

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Police: No one hurt in Washington Square mall…
Officers responded after a juvenile allegedly displayed a handgun during an argument. No shots were fired.

Tulip deliveries will benefit homeless veterans

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Tulip deliveries will benefit homeless veterans
Alpenrose and Easterseals Oregon team up for Bloomfest, selling home-delivered tulips

COVID-19: Limits end, boosters arrive, new variant

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COVID-19: Limits end, boosters arrive, new variant
Oregon official say that it is just a coincidence the state of emergency ends on April Fools Day.

Portland's Jo Ann Hardesty is no-show in court debt…

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Portland's Jo Ann Hardesty is no-show in court debt…
The Portland City Commissioner is ordered to pay $16,000 in overdue credit card debt and fees.

Homeless advocates denounce emergency shelter shift

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Homeless advocates denounce emergency shelter shift
HereTogether criticizes the Metro initiative supported by People for Portland.

Critics want Clean Energy Fund program frozen

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Critics want Clean Energy Fund program frozen
UPDATE: Portland auditor says safeguards lacking as business tax revenues far exceed campaign estimates.

Judge says SW Portland coalition must hand over…

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Judge says SW Portland coalition must hand over…
Portland plaintiffs win public records fight against Southwest Neighborhoods Inc.

Omicron variant spurs mixed COVID-19 signals

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Omicron variant spurs mixed COVID-19 signals
Cases expected to increase but Oregon has no plan to reimpose pandemic restrictions.

Political notes: New voters and campaign dollars

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Political notes: New voters and campaign dollars
Temperatures heat up both outside and the 2022 primary elections as campaigns kick into high gear.

Nano Beer Fest returns to Multnomah Village

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Nano Beer Fest returns to Multnomah Village
John's Marketplace will host spring Nano Beer Fest showcasing micro-brewers in Southwest Portland

Multnomah County seeks input on roadway ADA…

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Multnomah County seeks input on roadway ADA…
The county published a draft plan to make pedestrian infrastructure on roadways compliant with federal standards.

Ballot initiative: Metro should fund homeless…

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Ballot initiative: Metro should fund homeless…
People for Portland has submitted a measure to redirect Metro supportive services funding to shelters for the November ballot.

Early childhood education championed at…

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Early childhood education championed at…
Pre-K program leader Caitlin Curtis is setting young kids up for lifelong success

Multnomah County lost 12,000-plus people last year

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Multnomah County lost 12,000-plus people last year
New U.S. Census figures show many large metropolitan areas lost residents in 2021.

War in Ukraine hits close to home for Portland…

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War in Ukraine hits close to home for Portland…
Southwest Portlanders say family in Ukraine won't surrender to Russian force

PCC names four finalists for president

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PCC names four finalists for president
The community will get the opportunity to meet the candidates between March 21 and 24.

Oregon Occupational Safety and Health to revise…

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Oregon Occupational Safety and Health  to revise…
With limited exceptions, all remaining industry-specific and activity-specific workplace guidance will be repealed.

Students create Oregon's first tiny forest at…

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Students create Oregon's first tiny forest at…
Catlin Gabel students continuing global biodiversity trend by planting over 600 plants

Oregon nurse union pickets at Providence St. Vincent

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Oregon nurse union pickets at Providence St. Vincent
The Oregon Nurses Association organized an informational picket at the hospital on Tuesday, March 15.

Longtime Oregon political influencer Gerry Frank…

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Longtime Oregon political influencer Gerry Frank…
Frank remembered his commitment to the state, travel, food and the 'Oregon Way.'

Meet the Metro Council, auditor candidates

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Meet the Metro Council, auditor candidates
Six positions in the elected regional government are on the ballot in the May 17 primary election.

March Madness expected to have $3.7 million impact…

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March Madness expected to have $3.7 million impact…
Up to 20,000 fans are projected to attend the basketball tournament that comes to Portland March 13-19

Meet the candidates for the Multnomah County…

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Meet the candidates for the Multnomah County…
Campaign contributions for county chair and District 2 candidates show disparities.

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