Line Already Forming Outside The Apple Store In Downtown Portland

Posted by Pat Boyle on September 18, 2014
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PORTLAND, Ore. — The new iPhone 6 doesn’t go on sale until tomorrow. But several dozen people are already waiting in line outside the Apple Store downtown at 4th and Yamhill. The store front was dotted with folding chairs, blankets and sleeping bags.

One man said he didn’t want the phone for himself. He said he was there to buy it for …

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Wehby Blames Former Staff for Copied Policies

Posted by Associated Press on September 18, 2014
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PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – Republican U.S. Senate candidate Monica Wehby is blaming former staff members for policy briefs on her website that matched statements from other conservative candidates and an interest group.

Wehby’s campaign took down the entire issues section of her website on Wednesday. The move came after the website BuzzFeed reported that Wehby’s health care plan was strikingly similar …

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Customers Line Up For Cabela’s Grand Opening in Tualatin

Posted by Pat Boyle on September 18, 2014
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TUALATIN, Ore. — A long line formed outside Cabela’s new outdoor store Thursday morning waiting for the doors to open.  The first person in line, Lisa Ezell, was camped out since Tuesday morning.

It was a festive atmosphere with some people treating it like a camping expedition.

Tualitan Mayor Lou Ogden says the store is a feather in the city’s cap.

“The gateway to …

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Homeward Bound

Posted by Mike Turner on September 17, 2014
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Gidget is trying to get home. The 7 year old jack Russell Terrier was reported missing in April from Philadelphia. She was found in Tualatin recently. How she got here is a mystery.

Deborah Wood of the Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter was able to get a hold of the owner thanks to a microchip and is trying to find a way …

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New Bike Signs Going Up Along the Waterfront

Posted by Brett Reckamp on September 17, 2014
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The Portland Parks Bureau and PBOT are putting up signs along the Waterfront Thursday telling bike riders to slow down.  Complaints from pedestrians on the fairly narrow path have caused officials to try these signs.

They want bike riders to take it easy when riding while walkers are there.  And, if a rider wants to go fast, they are asking you …

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