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The Portland Tribune is a free bi-weekly newspaper published each Thursday in Portland, Oregon, United States. The Tribune is part of the Pamplin Media Group (PMG), which publishes a number of community newspapers in the Portland metropolitan area, and also owns and operates the talk show format radio station KPAM, and several other radio stations throughout the Pacific Northwest. The combined res

The Portland Tribune is a free bi-weekly newspaper published each Thursday in Portland, Oregon, United States. The Tribune is part of the Pamplin Media Group (PMG), which publishes a number of community newspapers in the Portland metropolitan area, and also owns and operates the talk show format radio station KPAM, and several other radio stations throughout the Pacific Northwest. The combined res

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Another slow start and only 27 rebounds spell Portland's 26th loss of the season. Read what Billups, Simons and Lillard ...
01/29/2023
Blazers can't overcome another slow start in 123-105 loss to Toronto

Another slow start and only 27 rebounds spell Portland's 26th loss of the season. Read what Billups, Simons and Lillard said post game along with a recap, standout stats and a game grade

The Portland Trail Blazers (23-26) couldn’t dig out of another first-quarter hole in their 123-105 loss to the visiting Toronto Raptors (23-28).

Portland Winterhawks beat Seattle Thunderbirds 5-2 on Saturday
01/29/2023
Portland Winterhawks beat Seattle Thunderbirds 5-2 on Saturday

Portland Winterhawks beat Seattle Thunderbirds 5-2 on Saturday

The Portland Winterhawks leaped into first place — for now — in the Western Hockey League’s Western Conference with a 5-2 road win over rival Seattle on Saturday, Jan. 28

Although downtown Portland saw some growth in its pedestrian traffic numbers during 2022, it has still not returned to p...
01/28/2023
Report: Downtown Portland still struggling to recover

Although downtown Portland saw some growth in its pedestrian traffic numbers during 2022, it has still not returned to pre-pandemic levels, according to a new report

Although downtown Portland saw some growth in its pedestrian traffic numbers during 2022, it has still not returned to pre-pandemic levels, according to a new report by Downtown Clean &

Weekend reading: , dedicated community group working to reactivate Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center as "Center for B...
01/27/2023
Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center could become Black community arts hub

Weekend reading: , dedicated community group working to reactivate Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center as "Center for Black Arts and Culture." Resident artists there, feasibility study in works, equity paramount — but will it all pencil out?

If a city-supported, committed effort toward making Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center a hub for the Black arts and culture community comes to fruition, it could be a beautiful thing, organizers

O'Bryant Square in Downtown Portland hasn't been feeling the love for a couple of decades. That's about to change, and y...
01/27/2023
Downtown Portland eyesore about to get makeover

O'Bryant Square in Downtown Portland hasn't been feeling the love for a couple of decades. That's about to change, and you can get involved.

O’Bryant Square was one of Portland’s first-ever public spaces but fell into disrepair in recent decades.

Something on your mind, Portlanders? Write us a Letter to the Editor and let us know all about it!
01/27/2023
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Something on your mind, Portlanders? Write us a Letter to the Editor and let us know all about it!

Pamplin Media Group welcomes letters to the editor submissions. All submissions should focus on problems and solutions, not name-calling and insults. All submissions will be edited for grammar, libel, brevity, clarity and appropriate taste.

Thomas Miles thriving as college hoops journey nears its end
01/27/2023
Thomas Miles thriving as college hoops journey nears its end

Thomas Miles thriving as college hoops journey nears its end

Thomas Miles, a member go the 2017 OSAA Class 6A boys state championship winning basketball team at Jefferson High in Portland, is helping lead the 2022-23 Warner Pacific University Knights

Davis is one of five women who oversee MLS clubs as either president or CEO.
01/27/2023
Heather Davis named CEO for Portland Timbers, Thorns

Davis is one of five women who oversee MLS clubs as either president or CEO.

Heather Davis, who has served as the interim president for the Portland Timbers and Portland Thorns for three months, has been named the chief executive officer who will oversee all

Oregon is celebrating incremental progress, as the class of 2022 posted the second-highest graduation rate on file. Whil...
01/26/2023
Oregon celebrates second-highest graduation rate

Oregon is celebrating incremental progress, as the class of 2022 posted the second-highest graduation rate on file. While the latest numbers indicate overall progress, they also indicate some of Oregon’s most vulnerable kids are falling through the cracks.

Portland Public Schools beats state, county in on-time graduation rates

Foot traffic up but still lags behind pre-pandemic levels.
01/26/2023
Report: Downtown Portland still struggling to recover

Foot traffic up but still lags behind pre-pandemic levels.

Although downtown Portland saw some growth in its pedestrian traffic numbers during 2022, it has still not returned to pre-pandemic levels, according to a new report by Downtown Clean &

The Central Eastside Industrial Council announces details of a 90-day reset plan for the District. Better lighting, graf...
01/26/2023

The Central Eastside Industrial Council announces details of a 90-day reset plan for the District. Better lighting, graffiti abatement, biohazard cleanups promised.

ICYMI: "You just kind of sit back and enjoy it and marvel at his greatness,” Nassir Little said of Lillard's 60-point ni...
01/26/2023
Lillard drops a 'simple' 60 points in Blazers' important win over Utah

ICYMI: "You just kind of sit back and enjoy it and marvel at his greatness,” Nassir Little said of Lillard's 60-point night. Read more reaction from the game and how it went down Wednesday night

The crowd in the last three minutes of the Portland Trail Blazers (23-25) was on its feet as Damian Lillard fell one-point shy of a new career high in points

21 for 29 was the line for Lillard who put up 60 points for the fourth time in his career. Read how it went down, hear f...
01/26/2023
Lillard drops a 'simple' 60 points in Blazers' important win over Utah

21 for 29 was the line for Lillard who put up 60 points for the fourth time in his career. Read how it went down, hear from Billups, Lillard and Little on the performance, plus standout stats and a game grade

The crowd in the last three minutes of the Portland Trail Blazers (23-25) was on its feet as Damian Lillard fell one-point shy of a new career high in points

Portland-based Ex Novo announced that it was opening another location in Albuquerque, New Mexico, instead of continuing ...
01/26/2023
Ex Novo Brewing abandons Hillsboro taphouse plans

Portland-based Ex Novo announced that it was opening another location in Albuquerque, New Mexico, instead of continuing with its plans in Hillsboro.

Ex Novo Brewing, the Portland-based craft beer maker that was supposed to open its first location in Hillsboro this year, has pulled out of a major development in downtown Hillsboro.

"Weaving Data" opens at Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at Portland State University, and you, too, can envision, while l...
01/25/2023
Do computing and weaving relate? Yes they do, see 'Weaving Data'

"Weaving Data" opens at Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at Portland State University, and you, too, can envision, while looking at art, the connection between a 24-year-old's computer programming and a 78-year-old's loom creation.

A new exhibition at Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at PSU, Jan. 24-April 29, links computers and weaving.

Oregon Book Awards and  honor the state's best authors and books; winners will be announced in April, and being nominate...
01/25/2023
Want to read an Oregon Book Awards finalist? Check out list here

Oregon Book Awards and honor the state's best authors and books; winners will be announced in April, and being nominated is a big deal, check out the list (and pick out a weekend read?):

Literary Arts has announced Oregon Book Awards finalists: 34 Oregonians in seven genres, judged from a total of 202 submitted titles.

Heather Davis named CEO for Portland Timbers, Thorns
01/25/2023
Heather Davis named CEO for Portland Timbers, Thorns

Heather Davis named CEO for Portland Timbers, Thorns

Heather Davis, who has served as the interim president for the Portland Timbers and Portland Thorns for three months, has been named the chief executive officer who will oversee all

Intel has scrapped plans to develop a $700 million "mega lab" at its Jones Farm campus in Hillsboro, part of ongoing dow...
01/25/2023
Intel won't build $700 million 'mega lab' in Hillsboro after all

Intel has scrapped plans to develop a $700 million "mega lab" at its Jones Farm campus in Hillsboro, part of ongoing downsizing at the international chipmaking company

Multiple news reports say Intel has scrapped plans to develop a $700 million "mega lab" at its Jones Farm campus in Hillsboro, part of ongoing downsizing at the international chipmaking

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Another slow start and only 27 rebounds spell Portland's 26th loss of the season. Read what Billups, Simons and Lillard said post game along with a recap, standout stats and a game grade
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Marchers criticize police during Jan. 27 protest.
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Portland leaders denounce police death.
Although downtown Portland saw some growth in its pedestrian traffic numbers during 2022, it has still not returned to pre-pandemic levels, according to a new report
Weekend reading: , dedicated community group working to reactivate Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center as "Center for Black Arts and Culture." Resident artists there, feasibility study in works, equity paramount — but will it all pencil out?
Governor says part of housing shortage solution.
O'Bryant Square in Downtown Portland hasn't been feeling the love for a couple of decades. That's about to change, and you can get involved.
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler issued an emergency declaration Thursday in response to more than 600 city employees planning to go on strike in February.
A beloved hospice facility in Southwest Portland opens its doors after financial troubles.
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