Oregon Governor John Kithzhaber sent a letter to Senate President Peter Courtney and Speaker of the House Tina Kotek late Monday telling they they need to either get something done on the Columbia River Crossing project by March 9th or he’ll have ODOT scrap the whole thing and begin archiving.
Oregon lawmakers already passed a $450 million dollar bill, but Washington …
Posted by Cort Johnson on January 27, 2014
With additional reporting by Rosemary Reynolds
PORTLAND, Oregon – After ten months of talks and no contract agreement between Portland Public Schools and the teacher’s union, the tension between the two groups continues to grow
More than 200 people have signed up for a rally outside tonight’s Portland Public School’s board meeting, promising to keep the noise level down this time. A …
Portland is dealing with pretty typical weather in mid-January, plenty of clouds, some fog and mist, but if you can head east or west for about 30 miles, you will find sunshine! High temps on Mount Hood made it into the 50′s and over at the Oregon Coast – Wednesday was a chamber of commerce day. Beach walkers basked in …
Posted by Cort Johnson on January 10, 2014
The Army National Guard has honored Central Catholic High School as part of the 9th Annual MaxPreps Football Tour of Champions.
Central Catholic finished up it’s season Number 68 in the final rankings and is one of 50 schools being honored during this season’s tour. Central Catholic (14-0) posted its first unbeaten season since the school went undefeated in the 1952 …
53-year-old Suzie Mahaffey died in a Salem hospital Tuesday morning. She reportedly came down with Bronchitis on December 29th and never got better.
Multnomah County Health Officer Dr. Justin Denny says the number of flu cases are not up, but the severity of the cases is far worse than in recent years. He says this year’s H1N1 Strand is the same …