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117th Civil War Brings Out Passion

117th Civil War Brings Out Passion

By Sean Larson Last Monday, I wrote a column touching on how I believed that Oregon fans had abandoned this year’s football team after a crushing 42-16 loss to the Arizona Wildcats, ending their hopes in returning to the Rose Bowl. It seemed that after the loss, fans simply stopped caring. There was no hope […]

Ducks’ Magic Comes From The Kids

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Ducks’ Magic Comes From The Kids

By  Mark Lavis  with Lane Today In the toughest game for the Oregon Ducks this season to date, the Ducks defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti simply said, “The magic is in the kids,” post-game when speaking about the team’s performance in a game they were tied up at 14 going into halftime. After hosting ESPN’s College […]

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Engaging Your Community With A Cohesive Brand

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Engaging Your Community With A Cohesive Brand

By Chris Young with Neighborhood Notes You’ve got a cohesive brand identity—one that your community loves and can stand behind. Now, it’s time to engage your community and spread the word about your new brand. This is the fifth article in a series about neighborhood branding, which covers understanding and changing the perception of your […]

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Fired Toledo City Employee Creates Public Stir

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Fired Toledo City Employee Creates Public Stir

By The Yaquina Wavelength The Toledo City Council chambers were filled to capacity Wednesday night with residents who wanted to speak about or show support for fired city maintenance employee Shannon Monroe. Monroe and another man, Robert “Therron” Kraft were seriously injured May 5 when their vehicle was sideswiped by a Land Rover driven by […]

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Greenway is key connection for bike boulevard in north Portland

By Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) of BikePortland The Portland Bureau of Transportation has just completed a new shared-use path as part of their North Portland Connector neighborhood greenway project. The new pathway connects N Westanna Ave to Newell Ave and to the Peninsula Crossing Trail just north of Lombard. The pathway is a crucial section of […]

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After Hour Burger Joints in Portland

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After Hour Burger Joints in Portland

By Chad Walsh with Neighborhood Notes Lately, it seems as though a new burger joint opens its doors in some Portland neighborhood just about every week. But few of them stay open past 10 p.m. So when most kitchens have shut down for the night, where can you go when you’re in the mood for […]

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Countdown to Destruction for Japanese Dock

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Countdown to Destruction for Japanese Dock

By David Morgan with News Lincoln County The Japanese Dock’s days are now clearly numbered. Ballard Diving and Salvage out of Vancouver began building a railroad-tie-road from the Agate Beach parking area to the ocean. Soon cut-up pieces of the dock will travel southward from the dock to a straight line road across the sand […]

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Siletz Tribal Member Wins Iron Chef-style Cooking Competition

By Yaquina Wavelength Siletz Tribal member and executive chef Jack Strong won an Iron Chef-style cooking competition at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. July 22. It was part of the annual museum’s annual Living Earth Festival. Strong is executive chef at Chinook Winds Casino Resort in Lincoln City. He competed […]

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Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) BikePortland If you or any of your friends are transportation wonks, than you already know how powerful “level of service” (LOS) standards are. For the uninitiated, LOS is a measurement tool used by traffic engineers and planners to grade how a road or intersection “performs” in terms of traffic flow. […]

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Movers and Makers with Oregon Ice Works

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Movers and Makers with Oregon Ice Works

By Tony Fuentes with Neighborhood Notes For this month’s Movers & Makers, Neighborhood Notes connected with one of Portland’s cool treat entrepreneurs, Kevin Bell, founder of Oregon Ice Works. We talked business and left room for dessert. NN: What was the inspiration for Oregon Ice Works? KB: Growing up in Philadelphia, “water ice” is a […]

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