Last Thursday Vendors Will Have to Pay To Set Up Shop

Posted by Rosemary Reynolds on October 9, 2014
Last Thursday

PORTLAND, OREGON     The City of Portland spent another $75,000.00 on expenses for Last Thursday the ever popular Art Street Fair.  Those expenses include, security, port-a-potties, garbage pickup, etc.

The intention during the off season is to work at establishing a fee schedule for vendor participants  that will be implemented in 2015.  Chad Stover  Project Manager for the City of …

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Joe Biden Campaigns in Portland

Posted by Mike Turner on October 8, 2014

The Vice President says The middle class isn’t sharing in the economic gains since the Great Recession, and wealthy taxpayers should be paying more.

Biden stopped in Portland to help Sen. Jeff Merkley with his bid for a second term, a must-win race for Democrats trying to maintain control of the Senate.

Vice President Visits Portland on Behalf of Merkley

Posted by Rosemary Reynolds on October 8, 2014

PORTLAND, OREGON    Vice president Joe Biden is in town today stumping for Democrat  Senator Jeff Merkley.  He will appear at the Oregon Convention Center at 1 P.M. this afternoon for a rally and fundraiser.

Portland police expect traffic congestion to be heavy in that area from 10:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. MAX and buses may see some disruption too.

KXL Political …

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Burglar Caught Red Handed Apologizes, Offers Heroin

Posted by Associated Press on October 8, 2014

BILLINGS, Mont. -Prosecutors in Montana say a man caught leaving a house he had apparently burglarized apologized to the homeowner and offered him some heroin.

The Billings Gazette reports Christopher Dayell Bittner made an initial court appearance Monday on felony burglary and drug possession charges.

Authorities say the homeowner and his 7-year-old son came home as Bittner was leaving Saturday. Yellowstone County …

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Hangar Fire Damages Several Planes

Posted by Pat Boyle on October 7, 2014

Rosemary Reynolds & Jeremy Scott contributed to this story

CAMAS, Wash. — As many as a dozen planes at a private airport and the hangers they were housed in were burned beyond recognition by a massive fire late Monday night.

A maintenance man who lives a mile away from Grove Field heard explosions and raced to the scene.  Flames were shooting high into …

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