Should Hood To Coast Find A New Weekend?

Posted by Pat Boyle on September 30, 2015
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Seaside, Or. –  Seaside City Council holds a work session next Monday night to talk about the Hood To Coast relay. The 200 mile run starts on Mt. Hood and finishes on the beach in Seaside the last weekend in August.

Mayor Don Larson, who supports the race, says some businesses are concerned. “There are some shops that say oh, they just …

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West Linn High School Teacher Faces Sex Abuse Charges

Posted by Steve Herman on September 30, 2015
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WEST LINN, Ore. – West Linn High School teacher, Jonathan Michael Peachey, has been arrested and accused of sexually abusing two male students.

The Oregonian reports that the Spanish and English language development teacher was arrested at his Lake Oswego home Tuesday. Investigators believe he abused two high school age boys in a home he was house sitting in Lake Oswego. …

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Ike Remembered

Posted by Mike Turner on September 29, 2015

Vancouver, Wa – A public memorial for slain Vancouver Police K9 Ike took place Tuesday evening outside the local Hilton. The memorial ceremony for K9 Ike recognized his service to the department and the community. K9 Ike died following emergency surgery after being stabbed while chasing down a suspect.

Fire Damages Beaverton Apartments

Posted by Jeremy Scott on September 29, 2015

BEAVERTON, Ore. — There wasn’t a working smoke alarm in an apartment on Southwest King Blvd. just off Allen Boulevard, but luckily everybody got out safely when fire started just after 10:00 on Monday night.

Three of four townhouse-style units were occupied at the time.  They are all uninhabitable because of significant fire damage to one and smoke damage to the rest.

“We were …

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New Baseball Board Game Makes Its Debut

Posted by Pat Boyle on September 29, 2015

PORTLAND, Ore. — A new baseball board game makes its debut in SE Portland Tuesday night.  It was created by former manager of the Portland Mavericks, Frank Peters and Ed Fredenberg, a nuclear engineering friend from OSU.

It’s called “Nickel Ball” and uses dice to move you around the board.

Peters says “it’s easy; only takes about 5 minutes to learn, takes …

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