In The Garden With Mike Darcy for 02-21-15

Posted by dshurtliff on February 21, 2015

Written by Mike Darcy

February 21, 2015

9:30 Lucy Hardiman, Seminar Coordinator for Yard, Garden & Patio Show

Lucy Hardiman is well known in the horticultural community. She is past president of The Hardy Plant Society of Oregon, has her own design firm, Perennial Partners, is a writer and often a guest lecturer. She and her friend Nancy Goldman are the seminar coordinators for the …

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New Book By WWII Fighter Pilot Will Benefit A Military Family Scholarship

Posted by Jim Ferretti on February 19, 2015

Happy Valley, Ore – Robert Vrilakas was born October 28, 1918.  He has lived a full life full of adventure, love and happiness.  Saturday, February 28th, Clackamas Community College and Glenmoore Retirement Community will host a book signing and reception for the World War II veteran.

Reporter Jim Ferretti with WWII Vet Robert Vrilakas

Vrilakas, a WWII P-38 Fighter Pilot, will …

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Portland Trailblazer Legend Jerome Kersey – Dead Age 52

Posted by Brett Reckamp on February 18, 2015
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Audio tribute to Jerome Kersey from Alpha Media produced by Bryan Griggs


Longtime Blazer Jerome Kersey passed away at Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center in Tualatin Wednesday.  An autopsy has confirmed that a blood clot from his left calf moved into his lungs.

Kersey appeared at Madison High School Tuesday to speak on African American History Month along with other …

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Police Need Your Help to Find Missing Elderly Portland Woman

Posted by Kaylene Beaujolais on February 15, 2015
Ada Lee Little

Portland Police Missing Persons Detectives are asking for the public’s help in locating Ada Lee Little, an 81-year-old female. Ms. Little was last seen on February 14, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. She was searing a blue knit cap, brown sweater, gray paints and brown house slippers. Ms. Little is about 5’2″ tall, weights approximately 200 pounds and has brown hair …

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Will Pasco, Washington be the next Ferguson?

Posted by Kaylene Beaujolais on February 14, 2015
(Photo: John Langeler/KING)

PASCO, Wash. – Tensions rise in Eastern Washington as a community struggles to understand the latest police shooting. An unarmed orchard worker was shot and killed in Pasco, Washington Tuesday. Police allege he was throwing rocks at the officers involved. Hundreds protested in Pasco, Saturday, holding signs saying: Use Your Training, Not Guns” and “Stop Police Brutality: It was just …

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