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Our View: Transparency takes a hit in Salem

Our View: Transparency takes a hit in Salem

Portland Tribune - Opinion
If Oregon hopes to find a new Public Records Advocate, independence must be a guaranteed part of the job description, not a hollow campaign promise.
Should park-and-ride structures and lots along a light rail…

Should park-and-ride structures and lots along a light rail…

SW Connection - Opinion
Public transit advocate questions proposal being considered for potential SW MAX line
A dog's life in Southwest Portland: Coyotes, Gabriel Park…

A dog's life in Southwest Portland: Coyotes, Gabriel Park…

SW Connection - Opinion
The off-leash dog park was the realm where he thrived, local streets were where he survived
Social Media Monitor: Multnomah Village road work

Social Media Monitor: Multnomah Village road work

SW Connection - Opinion
Here's a sampling of comments on Facebook about the ongoing repaving project on Southwest Capitol Highway
Hardesty exaggerates size of elephant in the room

Hardesty exaggerates size of elephant in the room

SW Connection - Opinion
Going forward staff will reconsider 45,000-per-year population growth estimate
My View: Fight for our future. Pass the Clean Energy Jobs…

My View: Fight for our future. Pass the Clean Energy Jobs…

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Yusuf Arifin is a student at Cedar Park Middle School in Beaverton. Ruby Haack and Edith Allen are students at Grant High School in Portland.
Longtime neighborhood activist Marie Sucec to be honored

Longtime neighborhood activist Marie Sucec to be honored

SW Connection - Opinion
A picnic will be hosted by the Multnomah Neighborhood Association to honor Southwest Portland activist who fought against density
When your work is earthquakes, it's hard not to take the…

When your work is earthquakes, it's hard not to take the…

SW Connection - Opinion
Nate Woods of Hillsdale and 'situational awareness' when it comes to emergency preparedness
Commentary: Duplexes, triplexes and fourplexes would be…

Commentary: Duplexes, triplexes and fourplexes would be…

SW Connection - Opinion
'Growing gracefully' is what the Residential Infill Program offers Portland
Cedar trees grow straight and tall, smell good, won't rot…

Cedar trees grow straight and tall, smell good, won't rot…

SW Connection - Opinion
Ray Losey of Southwest Portland is an artist with cedar who knows and shares it's significance
Debate over density could determine what kind of city…

Debate over density could determine what kind of city…

SW Connection - Opinion
Are the days of one house on one lot over? Residential Infill Program to be considered at City Hall next month
The crow you know and the crow you don't know

The crow you know and the crow you don't know

SW Connection - Opinion
SW Portland's unofficial Offical Bird is a more intersting creature than you might imagine.

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