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Turning Point for Mass Vaccinations

Portland, Oregon’s mass vaccination site is expected to close on June 19 after giving hundreds of thousands of COVID-19 inoculations, ...

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COVID Risk Moved Back to Extreme

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said Tuesday rising COVID-19 hospitalizations threaten to overwhelm doctors and she is moving 15 counties into ...

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Vaccines to All by April 19

All Oregon residents age 16 and up will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine on April 19.

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Portland NAACP Adopts Breast Cancer Outreach

Two longtime programs providing breast cancer education and resources to the Black community will get new life as part of ...

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Vaccine Eligibility Timeline Accelerates

After prioritizing seniors 65 and older, educators and other priority groups in the latest COVID-19 vaccinations, new eligibility timelines are ...

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Store Shooting Leaves 10 Dead

The 21-year-old man opened fire inside a crowded Colorado supermarket in an attack that killed 10 people and sent terrorized ...

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Family and Love of Cooking

Jamie Turner works the kitchen as the owner and operator of Ja’Das Soulful Eatz, expanding her catering and food cart ...

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COVID Vaccines Allotted for Seniors

One key is getting people 65 and older to register their name on the Get Vaccinated Oregon website, getvaccinated.oregon.gov.

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Hardesty Calls Allegations a Smear

“I’m telling you today, these allegations are false, and to be frank, these allegations are very suspicious," Hardesty said.

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Seniors Vaccine Signups Outrun Supply

Appointments to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Oregon were quickly booked Monday, as residents who are 80 years and older ...

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Intel Oregon Renews Social Justice Pledge

Intel Oregon is renewing its commitment to strengthening communities by being a responsible corporate leader, including supporting social justice in ...

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Komen Closing Portland Operations

“This change is incredibly difficult,” Alice Fern, the chapter’s marketing and communications manager told the Portland Observer.

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Racial Disparity in COVID-19 Shots

A racial gap has opened up in the nation’s COVID-19 vaccination drive, with Black Americans in many places, including Oregon, ...

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Water Contaminated at Senior Housing Site

The Multnomah County Health Department on Monday urged residents of an affordable senior housing property in north Portland to leave ...

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Building Success in Skin Care, Beauty

“Wow! “What a huge honor it will be to drive down Portland’s streets in a Pink Cadillac,” Minister Kim Meyers ...