Saturday Jul 5
Millennials have challenges, but not all are slobs: Guest opinion
Older writers find it fun to mock millennials as we slog through a downtrodden job market and earn twice the education our parents did, while completing more internships and career training.
Lake County Examiner Online
Antle to travel Europe as Music Ambassador
For the first time since 1999, a Lakeview High School student will be embarking on a European trip as a part of a biennial concert tour with Oregon Ambassadors of Music , an organization overseen by Voyageurs International, Ltd.Saylor Antle, a junior at LHS in the fall, will spend the next year fundraising to participate in the 2015 tour that will ... (more)
Council on Undergraduate Research- Psychology Division and Psi Chi...
Washington, D.C. -The Council on Undergraduate Research - Psychology Division and Psi Chi, the International Honors Society in Psychology, presented the inaugural Mid-Career Mentoring Award on June 29 at the 2014 CUR National Conference.
The Pordland Mercury
You Were Promised a Blue Ribbon Commission on Water/Sewer Rates. Here You Go.
Back when it seemed like angry industrialists could maybe, possibly stage a viable push to snatch Portland's water and sewer service away from City Hall, sweating city officials made a promise.
American Library Association
Samuel Dodson receives the 2014 Peter Lyman Memorial Scholarship
The American Library Association and SAGE announced Samuel Dodson as the recipient of the 2014 Peter Lyman Memorial/SAGE Scholarship in New Media.
Neighbors advocate for asbestos regulation; grocery in South Waterfront: SE and SW Portland news
Neighbors in Eastmoreland want the city to make asbestos regulation a priority after a renovation near Duniway School may have exposed children to the dangerous material.
The Portland Track Festival is a fun experience, and are there attendance concerns in...
The meet, which is becoming an ever more important part of elite track & field in Oregon, is held annually at Lewis & Clark College.
How Stuff Works
Fly Found With Da Vinci Princess Spurs a Mystery
Ticks resemble little bumps on skin, but a closer look reveals the barbed mouthpart that's inserted in human flesh and can't easily slip out.
Menlo Park Rotary awards $128K in scholarships
Here are the winners of this year's Rotary Scholarships, which were presented May 19 at Menlo-Atherton Performing Arts Center.
Foster streetscape plan approved; zoo monkeys likely died of shock: SE and SW Portland news
City Council has unanimously approved a $5.25 million plan to remove two auto lanes on Foster Road , Joseph Rose reports.
Belleville News Democrat
Highland school secretary receives statewide award
Eilers was nominated for the award by Highland's association local President Tracy Frey.