AFFORDABLE HOUSING COMES TO FRUITION

AFFORDABLE HOUSING COMES TO FRUITION

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Affordability tempers construction boom

Affordability tempers construction boom

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All Corbett High School seniors admitted to college, universities

All Corbett High School seniors admitted to college, universities

77 graduating seniors plan to attend schools across United States after graduating

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'Love and care' guide Sovereign Building, mural renovation

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PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: PETER WONG - Clackamas County commissioners hear from Jay Minor, at left, before voting Tuesday, May 23, to reaffirm Stafford as an urban reserve for the Portland region.
May 23, 2017

Clackamas board reaffirms Stafford as an urban reserve

by Peter Wong
Votes on findings, agreement conclude decade-long debate over designation of area surrounded by Tualatin, Lake Oswego and West Linn.
COURTESY SALT & STRAW  - Toasted baguette ice cream from Salt & Straw features ingredients gleaned from food waste.
May 23, 2017

Salt & Straw uses cast-off food waste to make latest batch of ice creams

by Jennifer Anderson
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May 23, 2017

Port Commission chooses deputy executive director to replace Bill Wyatt

by Jim Redden
Curtis Robinhold beat out two other finalists to be named new Port of Portland executive director at Tuesday Commission meeting


PORTLAND TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO  - The Bull Run reservoir holds the drinking water supply for Portland and several suburbs. Bull Run water is considered relatively pristine, but has been found repeatedly this year to contain cryptosporidium, a potentially harmful parasite.
May 23, 2017

Treatment plant may be required at Bull Run reservoir

by Jim Redden
Oregon Health Authority revokes variance to EPA rules that only required Portland to test water for potentially-deadly parasite
OREGON HEALTH AUTHORITY - Local health care provider claims Oregon Health Authority Director Lynne Saxton is trying to put them out of business.
May 23, 2017

FamilyCare wins legal round against state health agency

by Nick Budnick
Nonprofit needs documents withheld by Oregon Health Authority, judge rules in Salem
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Multnomah County may finally have found a taker for unused Wapato jail.
May 23, 2017

Multnomah County inks $10 million tentative deal to sell vacant Wapato jail

by Nick Budnick
Costly building continues to rack up costs. Developer won't confirm whether data center is envisioned.
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: CLAIRE GREEN - Protesters from Portland Tenants United traveled to Wilsonville to picket Multifamily NW's annual ACE Awards ceremony.
May 23, 2017

Renters protest lavish event held for property managers

by Claire Green
Multifamily NW blasted for gala while housing crisis rages by activists lobbying for rent control at 2017 Oregon Legislature
FILE PHOTO: ZANE SPARLING - The East County Courthouse is located at 18480 S.E. Stark Street.
May 23, 2017

Protesters to gather at East County Courthouse today

by Pamplin Media Group
The marchers will gather at St. Aidan Episcopal Church, 17405 N.E. Glisan Street, and proceed to the East County Courthouse.
KOIN 6 NEWS PHOTO - Corbett Grade School in Corbett, Oregon on April 23, 2014.
May 23, 2017

Corbett mom sues school district, others

by Teresa Carson
Mother charges interference in her parental rights in lawsuit targeting superintendent, other employees.
KOIN 6 NEWS - This area of downtown was without power Tuesday morning.
May 23, 2017

Downtown power outage may last all day

by KOIN 6 News
Underground fire knocks out electricity in much of West End and Pearl District on Tuesday
COURTESY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES - Lena Alhusseini has resigned as director of Oregon's beleaguered Child Welfare division of the state Department of Human Services. She joined the agency in early November.
May 23, 2017

Child Welfare director resigns after 6 months on job

by Claire Withycombe/Capital Bureau
Department of Human Services director says division has failed to get necessary results.
PHOTO COURTESY: CLACKAMAS COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE - A fatal crash in Happy Valley closed Southeast 122nd Avenue between Sunnyside and Mountain Gate roads on May 23.
May 23, 2017

Road worker killed in Happy Valley crash

by Pamplin Media Group
The crash occurred between Southeast Sunnyside Road and Mountain Gate Road on 122nd Avenue
PARIS ACHEN/CAPITAL BUREAU - Rep. Cliff Bentz, R-Ontario, pictured on March 20, 2017, sponsored the bill to expand self-service gas in 15 counties in Oregon.
May 23, 2017

Bill to expand self-service gas in rural counties heads to governor's desk

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
The Oregon Senate approved the bill 26-to-1 on Tuesday. The bill allows self-service in 15 counties in Eastern Oregon.
EO MEDIA GROUP - Democrats say questions about the state's Medicaid expansion haven't derailed talks to establish a tax on health care providers to help cover the program's expenses.
May 23, 2017

Democrats: Medicaid concerns haven't derailed provider tax talks

by Claire Withycombe/Capital Bureau
The tax could raise between $575 million and $600 million to cover part of the state's costs of expanding the Medicaid pool.
May 23, 2017

City Hall Watch: Council gives nod to budget

by Jim Redden
Also, ratepayer lawsuit hearing postponed and two ballot measures supported by Commissioner Nick Fish are approved by voters
MCSO PHOTO - MCSO was assisted at the scene by the Gresham Police Department, Fairview Police Department, Gresham Fire Department, American Medical Response and the Oregon Department of Transportation.
May 22, 2017

One dead after collision on I-84

by Zane Sparling
60-year-old man died at the scene, Multnomah County Sheriff's Office reports.
FILE PHOTO - This story will be updated as more information is made available.
May 22, 2017

UPDATE: Mother and son injured in early-morning shooting

by Christopher Keizur
Victims identified as Cherie Thompson, 29, and her 9-year-old son Lamar Horsley
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP FILE PHOTO - Opened in August of 2009, Hood View Park is the second sports complex designed and built by the North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District.
May 22, 2017

Happy Valley to withdraw from North Clackamas Parks district

by Raymond Rendleman
After last week's unanimous vote, Happy Valley City Council will return on June 6 for an ordinance to officially withdraw from NCPRD effective Dec. 31
PARIS ACHEN/CAPITAL BUREAU - Members of the Joint Committee on Transportation Preservation and Modernization meet May 17, 2017, at the Oregon Capitol in Salem.
May 22, 2017

Legislators pursue changing appointment authority for ODOT director

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
A $8 billion transportation package will include shifting the authority to appoint the ODOT director from the governor to the OTC.
COURTESY PHOTO - Marijuana leaf
May 22, 2017

House approves tighter tracking for medical marijuana

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
The legislation, already passed by the Senate, follows concerns about a federal crackdown.
PARIS ACHEN/CAPITAL BUREAU - Gov. Kate Brown signs a minimum wage bill in her ceremonial office at the Oregon Capitol in Salem March 2, 2016.
May 22, 2017

Pay equity bill heads to governor's desk

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
The Oregon House on Monday approved Senate changes to the bill.
RENDERING COURTESY: SCOTT MOORE, GROUP MACKENZIE ARCHITECT - In a concept for a new police station, OCPD's police vehicles could be parked in a secure lot, near the back entrance, for registering sex offenders and away from the public plaza on Linn Avenue.
May 22, 2017

Oregon City Police's $20 million building heads back to ballot

by Raymond Rendleman
If voters don't approve the revenue bond, city officials say they will continue to collect a $6.50-per-month utility fee
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Mt. Hood Community College student government representatives talk to Oregon Secretary of State Dennis Richardson Monday during a campus tour that included political science classes, student government and a visit to the college's applied technology center.
May 22, 2017

Students hear from Secretary of State

by Teresa Carson
Dennis Richardson urges engagement in community, politics at Mt. Hood Community College
PHOTO BY RAYMOND RENDLEMAN - The developer of Oregon City's Cove project is addressing concerns about runoff from a nearby landfill as it constucts hundreds of apartments along the Clackamas River.
May 22, 2017

DEQ fines Oregon City's Clackamette Cove development 118K

by Raymond Rendleman
Oregon's Department of Environmental Quality has issued fines totaling $118,203 to a developer and construction company for water-quality violations
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP FILE PHOTO - Homeless camps like this one along the Springwater Trail, can be found across the region. Clackamas County found more than 2,000 homeless people in it's latest count.
May 21, 2017

Clackamas County sees rise in homeless count

by Peter Wong
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COURTESY TRIMET - Repair work has now been completed on aging MAX tracks downtown.
May 21, 2017

MAX service returns to normal

by Jim Redden
Three weeks of disruptions end on Sunday with completion of downtown repair projects
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May 21, 2017

$5,000 reward offered for Foul Mouth Bandit

by Jim Redden
Repeat bank robbery suspect nicknamed because of language he uses.
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May 21, 2017

Portland police dedicate Canine Memorial

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Suspect, Christopher Eugene Woods, booked on assault charges. Woman expected to survive.
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Sunday Parkways kicks off tomorrow, May 21.
May 20, 2017

City's 10th annual Sunday Parkways event kicks off

by Lyndsey Hewitt
Bureau of Transportation will open streets in Southeast Portland to cyclists and pedestrians Sunday, May 21.
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - The shell of the View Point Inn remains, as new owners Sheron and Heiner Fruehauf undergo an extensive rebuild of the historic Corbett structure. They hope to one day re-open the 93-year-old inn as a health and wellness spa.
May 18, 2017

New Corbett inn owners plan health spa

by Zane Sparling
Approval from Multnomah County crucial before remodeling of structure begins.
May 19, 2017

West Linn man arrested after firing gun during argument with…

by The Tidings
Tyler Edward Kern, 30, was lodged on charges of menacing, unlawful use of a weapon, fourth degree assault and strangulation
CONTRIBUTED - Another undated photo of Geoff Thompson, whose past business ventures also include a line of men's grooming products.
May 19, 2017

The resurrection of Geoff Thompson

by Zane Sparling
Controversial Corbett innkeeper discusses past foibles, impending run for governor.
PARIS ACHEN/CAPITAL BUREAU - House Minority Leader Rep. Mike McLane, R-Powell Butte, wearing a navy suit, criticizes the Department of Environmental Quality over the agency's handling of air monitoring at Entek in Lebanon, during a meeting of the Joint Committee on Ways and Means at the Oregon Capitol in Salem Friday, May 19, 2017.
May 19, 2017

Lawmakers threaten to deny grant applications to DEQ, OHA over…

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
A grant for air monitoring narrowly passed Ways and Means Friday after lawmakers unleashed their dissatisfaction with DEQ.
May 19, 2017

Man shot during disturbance in SE Portland neighborhood

by Pamplin Media Group
Gunshot victim went to Portland Fire & Rescue's Station 31 and called for help. He was taken to a hospital but is expected to survive.
May 19, 2017

Kitzhaber to speak at second forum on health care

by Pamplin Media Group
Former governor will focus on national developments in Wednesday talk at Beaverton City Library.
May 19, 2017

Storytelling event planned in Beaverton

by Pamplin Media Group
County will observe Older Americans Month, Mental Health Awareness Month with session at city library.
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP FILE PHOTO - Washington County will survey roads this summer to assess damage from winter storms.
May 19, 2017

Washington County will survey roads for damage

by Peter Wong
Official says harsh winter prompts inspections that normally occur every four years; pavement conditions exceed targets in some areas, not in others
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: DAVID ASHTON - Portland police say a 53-year-old man died Tuesday evening, May 16, during a fight in the Lents neighborhood.
May 16, 2017

Fugitive held in Lents neighborhood stabbing death

by Pamplin Media Group
UPDATE: U.S. Marshals arrest Michael Allen Shipley on two outstanding warrants and probable cause for murder in connection with the May 16 death of Brian Bruns.
May 18, 2017

OHA: Determining Medicaid eligibility complicated

by Claire Withycombe/Capital Bureau
Oregon Health Authority says the process for determining eligibility has been hampered by old, disparate tracking systems and the failure of Cover Oregon.
May 18, 2017

Washington County budget a step closer to final approval

by Peter Wong
Citizen panel OKs $1.2 billion spending plan for coming year, forwards it to county commissioners for adoption June 20.
May 18, 2017

Early morning shooting wounds two people in SE Portland

by Pamplin Media Group
Portland police said the victim and two friends were driving near Southeast 92nd Avenue and Foster Road when someone fired several shots into their car.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Anthony Maldonado tests out the bike jumps at the Dirt Lab at Gateway Green. The mountain biking features at the park open June 24.
May 18, 2017

Gateway Green: Portland's new Mecca for off-road biking

by Steve Law
The Dirt Lab, which opens to the public on June 24, features three miles of mountain bike trails, a skills course, and other amenities
COURTESY ODOT - An ODOT spokesman says the impact of studded tires is minimal, but a top department engineer says it leads to 'huge' costs from constant repaving, bridge work.
May 18, 2017

Studded tires escape fee hike

by Nick Budnick
Devices wreak havoc on roads, but GOP votes needed to enact new revenue package. Low-impact electric vehicles and bicycles will cost Oregonians more in fees, taxes than using studded tires.
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May 18, 2017

Juvenile Restorative Justice program offers a chance to make it…

by Anthony Macuk
Lake Oswego is among the cities in Clackamas County where service opportunities and positive community connections help young offenders repair the harm they've caused
REVIEW PHOTO: KELSEY OHALLORAN - Teacher and librarian Donna Cohen leads a 'Civics for Adults' class at the Lake Oswego Public Library.
May 18, 2017

Lake Oswego workshop's goal: finding the truth

by Kelsey O'Halloran
'Civics for Adults' class teaches participants to distinguish between facts and fiction
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: DAVID BLAIR - Oregon State coach Gary Andersen celebrates with his players after defeating Oregon in the 2016 Civil War game.
May 23, 2017

Gary Andersen's Oregon State playbook for 2017

by Kerry Eggers
Coach assesses Beavers program, from 'the heartbeat' to quarterbacks to recruits to specific areas of focus
May 18, 2017

Bridge crack fix spawned more fissures

by Nick Budnick
By 2010, two-thirds of the concrete bridges built since 2003 were already showing cracking - two of them severely, ODOT records show. Top official blames studded tires.
PORTLAND TRIBUNE: JONATHAN HOUSE - Jeff Allen shows how an electric vehicle works at an interactive display in his organization's new EV showroom in downtown Portland.
May 18, 2017

Electric vehicle showroom opens here

by Jim Redden
Downtown Portland center lets people test-drive EVs with no sales pressure.