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Joey Harrington wants his legacy to be more than memories of his time as quarterback for the University of Oregon.
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"Translation," performed by stephanie Bellissimo, Carolina Cabarello and anna Miller, was choreographed by Margo Van ummersen in collaboration with the dancers.
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Last week, Chinese science saw some big wins as Premier Li Keqiang delivered his first budget since taking office a year ago.
Portland State University, the University of Oregon and Portland Community College all offer low-income Oregon high school students the chance to attend college at an average net cost of less than $12,000 in tuition, room and board.
Who could have guessed that when the flood came it would come in slow motion, over forty decades rather than forty nights? As the polar ice sheets unravel and plunge into the waters, whose who have so mismanaged the fate of all things cling to their private arks.
Ashton Eaton of Oregon Track Club Elite won the gold medal in the indoor heptathlon at the World Indoor Track & Field Championships Saturday in Sopot, Poland.
" Modern Family " actor Ty Burrell lends his voice to the brand new movie "Mr. Peabody & Sherman."
Local teens walked the catwalk on Thursday at "Shine: A Fashion Show," hosted by Amy Vining Photography at the Cleaners at the Ace Hotel.
Robert Hoffman is the new executive vice president and CEO of the American Institute of Architects' Portland chapter.
When Portland musician Barra Brown takes the stage this weekend at First Presbyterian Church, in the audience will be one justifiably proud middle school band director.
What drew the attention of the photographer from high up in the University of Oregon's Prince Lucien Campbell Hall along Eugene's Kincaid Street that day in 1979, we don't know.
Sociologist Dr. C. J. Pascoe, whose work explores the terrain of sexuality and gender identity, will speak at CSU Monterey Bay on March 25. The 6 p.m. talk will be held in the University Center on Sixth Avenue at B Street.
Congratulations to Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club members Ronaldo Reyes and Mayan Letellier have been named February Youth of the Month.
She has made almost a complete circle in education in her young life; Sunny Real Bird, the new Ronan School District Director of Indian Education has made her home very recently here on the Flathead Reservation.