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Portland State University profs underpaid, at averages up to $97,000, compared to all similar universities
Faculty leaders rallied students and faculty members last week to put heat on Portland State University's administration to pump more money into faculty pay.
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Rep. Kennemer seeks re-election
Rep. Bill Kennemer, R-Canby, has filed to run for nother term as state representative for Oregon House District 39, which includes the comunities of Estacada, Eagle Creek and Barton, among others.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Providence chefs mentor at-risk youth in-and-out of the kitchen
Spring finals are common for high school students, but most don't include handling sharp knives, hot ovens, or require an eye for plating aesthetics.
Guest opinion: TriMet should preserve bus service to Milwaukie
Workers in February stretched some of the final stands in the cabling that supports the western portion of the Portland-Milwaukie light rail transit bridge over the Willamette River.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Oregon Legislature bogging down in controversy over final bills, budget
Sen. Jeff Kruse, R-Roseburg, called amendments to a Senate bill approved by House Democrats "mischief" Wednesday.
Milestone Moment For Light Rail Bridge
A big moment for the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Transit Bridge today. A concrete closure pour on the west deck of the bridge connected the ramp with land for the first time in South Waterfront.
Milwaukian on duty for 'Exercise Cajun Care' - Wednesday, 05 March 2014 14:10
Air National Guard Tech Sgt. Oren T. Bergfald, a graduate of Milwaukie High School who now specializes in optometry care, has been helping provide free medical care to residents of rural Louisiana during "Exercise Cajun Care" from Feb. 25 through March 6. 142nd Fighter Wing, and has 21 years of military service.
Video: TriMet's Portland-Milwaukie transit bridge makes landfall
Ralph Salamie, spokesman for bridge builder Kiewit Infrastructure West Co., explains the March 5, 2014, concrete pour connecting Portland's transit bridge to the South Waterfront.
But as the company helps Portland City Hall pick possible locations to move Right 2 Dream Too , it's using an evergreen technique from the salesman's playbook: Excite the buyer with unrealistic options.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
The Deep Southeast, part 1: where (and where not) to eat in Milwaukie
By Visitor7 [CC-BY-SA-3.0 ], via Wikimedia Commons By Visitor7 [CC-BY-SA-3.0 ], via Wikimedia Commons Did you make a wrong turn off of Woodstock? Did think highway 99 would never end? Did you think SE Milwaukie Ave. in Sellwood was just a name? Surprise: you are now in the actual city of Milwaukie and, to make matters worse, you're hungry.
Talent Showcased at March CCC Music Events
From high school band competitions to winter concerts, Clackamas Community College is showcasing the talent of student musicians during March.
Steve Duin: Portland comics' community celebrates Will Eisner Week
Will Eisner has been gone for more than nine years, but his message -- about comics and storytelling -- is still empowering.
Bits & Pieces: Broadway's reach
U.S. Bank Broadway Across America celebrates its 20th year of bringing touring musicals to Portland, a run that started with 'Miss Saigon.'
Hales peels back renewal plans, adding $1 billion to tax rolls
Mayor Charlie Hales wants to overhaul Portland's urban renewal districts, enabling more redevelopment near OMSI and the South Waterfront while freeing more property taxes for public schools, Multnomah County and the city.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Teen injured dashing across Highway 224
According to the Milwaukie Police Department, two teenage boys tried to cross 50 mph speed-limit area at 37th Avenue without a walk signal Saturday at 8:58 p.m., and one was hit by a pickup westbound on Highway 224.
Milwaukie High School Baseball breakfast fundraiser set for March 8 at Clackamas Sweet Tomatoes
The Milwaukie High School Baseball program will benefit from a Waffle Feed Fundraiser on Saturday, March 8, at Sweet Tomatoes.
Fire ruled intentionally set in unoccupied home east of Milwaukie
Fire investigators have determined that a Feb. 25 fire in an unoccupied Clackamas-area home east of of Milwaukie was intentionally set.
The Highline Times
Burien City Manager finalists meet the public
By Eric Mathison The five finalists for Burien City Manager met their potential constituents Friday night, Feb. 28 during a public reception at the Burien Community Center.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Lake Oswego Review
Teen parents tackle homelessness
Karina Dela Torre, 19, and Naily Cervantes, 21, have experienced what it is like to be teen parents with no place to live, and now they are dedicated to helping others in the same situation.
Pickup traveling 50 mph hits teenager running across Highway 224 in Milwaukie
The driver of this pickup was traveling 50 mph when police say it hit a teenager darting across Highway 224 in Milwaukie.