It's Wednesday, July 26, One Voice Day (annual reading of the Universal Peace Covenant). Happy birthday to Rolling Stones singer/songwriter Mick Jagger (1943). Today in 1920, the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote was ratified. It's going to be sunny with a few clouds and a high in the mid 80s. Sing Rolling Stones' songs as you register to vote today:

• Grab a brewski or two at the 30th annual Oregon Brewers Festival, noon to 9 p.m., Tom McCall Waterfront Park.

• Hear Tony Starlight's AM Gold Seventies Soft Rock Band at Music on the Main, 5 to 7 p.m., next to the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, 1111 S.W. Broadway.

• Picnic at the Abbey Bach Festival, 6 and 8 p.m. performances, Mount Angel Abbey, 1 Abbey Drive, Mount Angel.

Portland Tribune News


Beavers open with talent

July 26, 2017 Portland Tribune - Sports
BY KERRY EGGERS/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Return of Collins, three-way QB battle, deep RB corps among highlights for Oregon State team 'much improved' from when Andersen took over as coach

Wednesday sports events

July 26, 2017 Portland Tribune - Sports
Welcome to the Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings for July 26
  • Mariners rally to beat Boston in 13th inning, 6-5

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Seattle takes early lead, but then has to come from behind twice; Mariners go for sweep of A.L. East leaders on Wednesday
  • Tyner blends in with Beavers

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    BY KERRY EGGERS/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Former Ducks running back from Aloha missed football, hopes to reach NFL
  • Pickles win at the wire

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Redish strikes out final batter to save 12-11 Portland victory in Great West League road opener at Lincoln
  • Hops rally for victory at Boise

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Key hits by Swain, Duzenack fuel eighth-inning surge as Hillsboro gets back on winning track

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    BY PAUL DANZER/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/After a rough week, team breaks its winless cycle
  • Reynolds could help Thorns' playoff push

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    BY PAUL DANZER/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Injured player makes comeback; Weber scores goal off bench
  • Pickles prep for final homestand

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    SCORESHEET/Clarke, Hendrickson, Hardy lead the way for Portland; Area Legion champion Barbers set to open state tournament
  • Main events

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Welcome to the Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings for July 25-26
  • TV, radio

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Welcome to the Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings on the air locally on July 25-26
  • Sports birthdays

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Celebration time for a former Portland Winterhawks defenseman and a Major League Baseball standout
  • Pickpocket gets away with cash, check at Beavers game

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    OREGON SPORTS HISTORY/Portland ball fields full of baseball, softball on this day in 1948
  • Wednesday TV, radio

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Welcome to the Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings on the air locally on July 26
  • Report: Crabbe traded to Nets

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    TUESDAY SPORTS NEWS/ESPN reports Trail Blazers send Allen Crabbe to Brooklyn in a move to provide financial relief
  • Monday sports events

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Welcome to the Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings for July 24
  • Monday TV, radio

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    Welcome to the Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings on the air locally on July 24
  • After injury, Ellsbury struggles to find place in Yankees lineup

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    BY KERRY EGGERS/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Former Oregon State star reaps big MLB bucks, but isn't 'hot hand'
  • Dream in sight for veteran pro Harrington

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    BY STEVE BRANDON/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Jesuit High grad dramatically improves his position on Tour money list
  • Paxton reaches 10 wins, as he and relievers blank Boston

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Seattle recovers from losing three of four to Yankees by beating the Red Sox 4-0 in the first game of a three-game series
  • Hops fall to 0-1

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Hillsboro rests on its first-half laurels, loses 13-1 at home in rubber match against Spokane
  • Sunday sports events

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Welcome to the Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings for July 23
  • Sunday TV, radio

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Welcome to the Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings on the air locally on July 23
  • Lakers are back! Sure they are

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    KERRY EGGERS ON SPORTS/Basketball not for Greg Oden (and other column notes)
  • Yankees win three of four in Seattle

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    New York beats the Mariners 6-4 Sunday; after a promising 5-1 road trip, the Mariners slip up at Safeco Field
  • Cruz's 10th inning single downs Yankees on Saturday

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Seattle beat New York 6-5 in an exciting game at Safeco Field; Judge homers for Yankees, and Zunino, Gamel and Cano go deep for Seattle

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Portlanders won't be informed of police chief finalists' names

July 25, 2017 Portland Tribune - News Nick Budnick
Some candidates requested their names be withheld, causing Mayor Ted Wheeler to reconsider plans to introduce finalists to the public for full vetting

Task force eyes state assets that could reduce PERS liability

July 25, 2017 Portland Tribune - News Claire Withycombe/Capital Bureau
Gov. Brown wants recommendations on ways to reduce the pension system's unfunded liability by $5 billion.


Oregon City library plans Zine Fest, first curated collection

July 26, 2017 Clackamas Review - Features Ellen Spitaleri
Oregon City Public Library's first Zine Fest from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 29 to feature 20 zinesters showcasing their work

Humanitarian mission draws local doctor to South Sudan

July 25, 2017 Portland Tribune - Features Lyndsey Hewitt
Mark Nichols says life in the African country is so different than life in the United States; he says, 'I'm happy to be an American ...'
  • Book Report: Everything's coming up rosé for wine lovers

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Katherine Cole's book examines the wine's journey to the top, and how it holds its own in the wine world while being lively, fun and easy…

    Portland Tribune - Features
    127-year-old shop closing, a victim of the times. Store employees start campaign to save the costumes.
  • Take a bite out of East County

    Gresham Outlook - News
    The food will be savory and sweet, with prices running between $2 and $9 at the event.
  • Test Drive: 2017 Jaguar F-Type SVR Coupe

    Portland Tribune - Wheels
    The SVR version of the F-Type is the faster version of Jaguar's tue sports car yet, and a bargain considering everything it comes with
  • MatchWithFeast campaign kicks off

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Now through July 26, donations will be matched for childhood hunger through Feast Portland campaign
  • Fairs are ticket to summer fun in sun

    Portland Tribune - Features
    The good times are coming in St. Helens, Hood River, Hillsboro, Canby, Clark County and Salem
  • Open Tandoor fires up happy hour to a taste of North India

    Portland Tribune - Features
    North Williams Avenue has become a haven for happy hours, with other establishments such as Vendetta, Kayo's Ramen Bar and Las Primas…
  • OMSI sci-fi film fest brings art, insight

    Portland Tribune - Features
    The lineup for the July 21-Aug. 5 fest includes 'The Thing,' 'War of the Worlds,' 'Inception,' 'The Fifth Element' and 'The Man Who Fell to…
  • City full of artists

    Gresham Outlook - News
    Gresham celebrates 16th Arts Festival, reclaims world record for largest display of chalk art.
  • A cause with soul

    Gresham Outlook - Features
    Soulful Giving Blanket Concert is bigger than ever, with three new acts and new ticket options.

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Jim Todd, OMSI director of space science education, offers some advice on how to enjoy the big event in Portland and beyond
  • Test Drive: 2017 Chevy Bolt EV

    Portland Tribune - Wheels
    With 238 miles of range and a starting price under $30,000, Chevy's new compact electric vehicle is a game-changer
  • Agricultural center readies for open house

    Wilsonville Spokesman - News
    Thet North Willamette Research and Extension Center in Aurora will host the greater community to share its latest research
  • Summit-time, and the pickin' is easy

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Northwest String Summit returns to Horning's Hideout near North Plains this week with diverse music lineup.
  • Songwriting, aging, the old 'hood

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Beaverton-bred, Nashville-based singular singer, songwriter and storyteller to perform at Northwest String Summit this weekend

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Robert Olsen is set to run his 100th marathon, while husband Bruce Swanson is preparing for his 162nd
  • Allie Kral goes Yonder and beyond

    Portland Tribune - Features
    For the fiddle player and singer, the retooled version of Yonder Mountain String Band is 'a different band with a different sound'
  • 'Woodies' cruise to Concours d'Elegance

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Cars with the Beach Boy factor are a highlight at the Forest Grove car show on Sunday, July 16
  • Short List

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Events and happenings taking place in the next week in Portland and surrounding areas - including The Big Float, 'Cosi Fan Tutte' and…
  • COURTESY PHOTO - Nu Shooz is part of a tribute to former nightclub owner Tony DeMicoli, July 16.

    Live Music

    Portland Tribune - Features
    The places to be in the next week in Portland and beyond for local and national music acts - including Quarterflash, Cathedral Park Jazz…
  • Bits & Pieces

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Here are some notes on this and that and the other thing - including Poet's Beach, Pittock Mansion and Maroon 5
  • The masters of mixology

    Gresham Outlook - News
    Sometimes with the input of customers, local bartenders create innovative summer cocktails in Gresham.

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Oregon Humanities project, 'This Land,' examines state history of land ownership, bias, belonging
  • Grow healthy with medicinal plants

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Book 'Pacific Northwest Medicinal Plants' by Scott Kloos identifies local, wild species that promote wellness

Sustainable Life

Gresham woman puts out the welcome mat for wildlife

July 25, 2017 Clara Howell
Backyard Habitat Certification Program will host an open-garden event at Susan Spencer's home.

Metro may trash plan to burn garbage rather than bury it

July 25, 2017 Steve Law
Burning solid waste may not reduce carbon emissions much, if at all, compared to putting it in a landfill, analysis concludes



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