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Impressive Record

Race for the Cure survivor gives back for 24 years

Dorothy Fuller holds an impressive record on the eve of Portland’s annual Race for the Cure.

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Inspired by Tennis Greats

A young Portlander won the nationally recognized NJTL Arthur Ashe Essay Contest.

Metro Procurement RFB 3206

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Honoring All Workers Regardless of Immigration

It’s Time to fix a broken system

I urge our elected officials to come together on behalf of our nation and come up with a commonsense, compassionate, and comprehensive plan for immigration reform!

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Re-examine BA Requirement for Preschool Staff

We agree, rule will narrow path to diversity

It is a small step forward in providing preschool for the thousands of children who would benefit from this important foundation for school success.

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Celebrating 100 Years

More than 100 of Beaverton High School's staff, alumni, student athletes, band members, clubs and more will be participating in the parade.

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Beloved Pastor Remembered

A wake and home going for Mary Overstreet Smith

Beloved Portland Pastor Mary Overstreet-Smith died Aug. 30 after a long illness at the age of 78.

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Low Income Fares Wanted

Transit advocates push for reduced costs

OPAL is asking TriMet to adopt a reduced fare for low-income riders as part of a larger strategy to support sustainable growth and livability in the Portland area.

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Former School Principal Remembered

Lemil Ivory Speed

Lemil Ivory Speed, former principal of Woodlawn Elementary and vice principal at Grant High School, passed away Aug. 5, 2016.

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Jambalaya Festival Saturday

Creole-style recipe a family favorite

The 11th annual Summer in September Jambalaya Festival & BBQ will be Saturday, Sept. 10, from noon to 6 p.m. at Dawson Park.

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The Soul of Black Art

The exhibit surveys changes in the depiction of black culture in America over the last 100 years.

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Driving a Bus for a Career

TriMet recruiting with hiring event

Looking for a new career? TriMet will be hiring 20 bus operators every three weeks for the foreseeable future.

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Sasquatch puts Focus on Safe Crossings

As students head back to school, it’s particularly important to obey traffic laws and drive safely in school zones.

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Youth Mentoring from the Start

Coalition of Black Men has made a difference for 28 years

The Coalition of Black Men has successfully combated negative opinions of black men in Portland for the last 28 years.

PCRI is Hiring

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Beloved Pastor Mary Overstreet Smith Dies

Was known for decades of selfless work

Plans set for public memorial services

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