Mystery Hero No Longer A Mystery

Posted by Chris Brown on April 17, 2015
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Photo Courtesy: Barry Kough/Lewiston Tribune via Associated Press

LEWISTON, Idaho — The question of ‘who is that mystery hero?’ have been answered.  Mathew Sitko ended up in a tight spot Wednesday morning when his SUV went off a road, down an embankment, only avoiding a 30-foot drop down a cliff by getting tangled up in a fence.  Driving by were a …

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Multnomah County Approves New Courthouse Site

Posted by Jeremy Scott on April 16, 2015
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PORTLAND, Ore. — After months of public comment, the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners voted Thursday on the final location for a new courthouse.  They gave unanimous approval to building it next to the Hawthorne Bridge.

In December, the board approved a preferred site right next to the Veritable Quandary restaurant and bar on Southwest 1st Avenue at the west end of the …

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South Albany High School Gets A Cafeteria

Posted by Rosemary Reynolds on April 16, 2015
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ALBANY, OREGON   Lori Robinson Kitchen Manager for South Albany High School usually has to worry about preparing meals for 9 other locations in the Albany School District.  Now days, she only worries about feeding half of  the 1,300 students at South Albany High.  The service area is at one end of the building.  The stock room, refrigerator and freezer …

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Man Killed After Hitting Tree on Airport Way

Posted by Jeremy Scott on April 16, 2015
Courtesy; KGW News

Photo Courtesy: KGW News

PORTLAND, Ore. — A man lost control of his car on Northeast Airport Way near 148th just before 5:00 on Wednesday morning, hit a tree and was killed.

The victim is identified as 22-year-old Brady Jackson of Gresham.  Police are still not sure what caused him to crash.

Part of Airport Way was closed for about four hours.  The crash happened right …

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Mustang to the Rescue

Posted by Mike Turner on April 15, 2015
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The 2015 Ford Mustang displayed just outside the ballroom at the Portland Hilton serves as an example of one product that might partially solve the problems at Terminal Six.

During his State of the Port speech at the Hilton, Port of Portland Director Bill Wyatt introduced a Ford representative who promised that the company will continue to ship its cars to …

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