Monthly Archives: May 2019

Deputies made ‘sound’ decisions in waiting to enter house in which a man killed 4, Clackamas sheriff says: Morning Briefing for Wednesday, May 15

Today’s stories AX KILLINGS: Deputies made “sound” decisions in waiting to enter a house in which a man killed four, the Clackamas County sheriff says. Read more. FOUND SAFE: A missing Cornelius 3-year-old is found safe in Oklahoma; his dad … Continue reading

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Last Call: President Trump to Impose New Tariffs on Mexico; North Coast Co-Founder Retires

President Trump Imposes Escalating Tariffs on Mexico Nearly two weeks after lifting aluminum and steel tariffs imposed against Mexico and Canada, President Donald Trump has reversed course and announced plans to levy a 5 percent duty on all goods from … Continue reading

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Portland hospital will pay man $10,000 after wife’s wedding, engagement rings vanished hours after she died: Morning Briefing for Thursday, May 30

Subscribe to get the Morning Briefing newsletter delivered to your email inbox weekdays at 7 a.m. Today’s stories MISSING RINGS: A Portland hospital will pay a widower $10,000 after his wife’s wedding and engagement rings vanished hours after she died. … Continue reading

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The Appalachian Trail Murder Won’t Stop Me from Hiking

Last month, after both House and Senate approval, the president signed into law the John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management, and Recreation Act. This sweeping act, cosponsored by senators Maria Cantwell (D-Washington) and Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), packaged together a raft of over … Continue reading

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Life is short… make it sweet

Community Information If you would like to submit an upcoming event or community announcement, please contact our staff at 208-232-4161 or send an email to cjohnson@journalnet.com. We will also accept news from local clubs and engagement, wedding and anniversary announcements. … Continue reading

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League of Women Voters second annual Civil Discourse Essay Contest

Four of the six essayists: (Left to right) First place secondary school winner, Bryson Stotler; third place secondary school winners, Nathan Mullanix; first place college-level winner, Arianna Herrera; second place college-level winner Amman Ali Asghar. …read more at https://theworldlink.com/news/local/league-of-women-voters-second-annual-civil-discourse-essay-contest/article_6a3867e6-3a4b-565e-8b44-54da5ed95eb5.html

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The best of Bandon includes golf and seafood: Gerry Frank’s picks

Bandon Dunes Golf Resort (57744 Round Lake Road, Bandon; 541-347-4380) offers a first-class golfing experience. It may very well be the closest thing to the spirit of Scotland’s ancient links that one can find on the West Coast. The resort … Continue reading

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MRM Research Roundup: End-of-May-2019 Edition

This edition of Modern Restaurant Management (MRM) magazine’s Research Roundup features a survey from Coravin on what wine preferences say about personalities, consumers’ perception of single-use foodservice packaging, the desire for sustainable restroom solutions and the value of localized social marketing. Are … Continue reading

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A New Seafood Pop-Up Brings Fish Shack Classics to Portland Wine Destinations

Portlanders can now find a taste of the Oregon Coast in one of the city’s best urban wine bars. Gusto, pronounced “gust-oh,” is a new seafood pop-up from chef Kyle Christy, the former head chef at Dame, and Jessie Manning, … Continue reading

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Marine mammal responders, port attempt to rescue sea lion

NEWPORT — The Port of Newport has moved a steel cage with a sliding door into place on the bayfront docks frequented by a sea lion with a raw neck wound caused by tangled fishing line. It looks like the … Continue reading

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