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Portland Tribune The Portland Tribune, twice chosen the nation's best non-daily newspaper. Discover more online at www.portlandtribune.com 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 resources of PMG make it the second-largest news gathering organization in Oregon. The Tribune has the largest circulation of any newspaper published by PMG.

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The Texas-based company is in the midst of securing permits and other approvals needed to build what it says will be an ...
09/28/2022
Oregon DEQ denies NEXT Renewable Fuels water quality permit

The Texas-based company is in the midst of securing permits and other approvals needed to build what it says will be an environmentally conscious biofuel production facility.

The Department of Environmental Quality said it didn't have enough information to approve the permit.

Political scientists from an array of local colleges and universities agree that the proposed city charter change will b...
09/28/2022
Our view: Portland charter reform should get 'yes' vote

Political scientists from an array of local colleges and universities agree that the proposed city charter change will benefit Portland.

Political scientists from an array of local colleges and universities agree that the change will benefit Portland.

Columnist: Oregon will benefit from the Inflation Reduction Act, in the form of high-paying, in-demand jobs.
09/28/2022
My view: Oregon clean energy companies ready to grow

Columnist: Oregon will benefit from the Inflation Reduction Act, in the form of high-paying, in-demand jobs.

The state will benefit from the Inflation Reduction Act, in the form of high-paying, in-demand jobs.

Travel Dundee launched its 2022 Discover Dundee Digital Passport Program, which supplies its guests with customized, int...
09/28/2022
Travel Dundee releases passport program for easier trip customization

Travel Dundee launched its 2022 Discover Dundee Digital Passport Program, which supplies its guests with customized, interest-based itineraries of restaurants, wineries, tasting rooms and lodging.

Whether a foodie, a dog-lover or community oriented, the program provides something for everyone

The Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division announced last week that it recently issued fines totaling more than ...
09/28/2022
Lack of fall safety yields fines

The Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division announced last week that it recently issued fines totaling more than $144,000 to two contractors for violations of fall protection rules at sites in Woodburn and Salem.

Oregon OSHA fines local construction companies for safety violations regarding fall protections

Historically, child care costs have kept many women out of the workforce. That could change with Multnomah County's vote...
09/27/2022
Providers find hope in Preschool For All

Historically, child care costs have kept many women out of the workforce. That could change with Multnomah County's voter-approved Preschool For All program. During the first round, it's serving 690 kids, while offering decent pay for child care workers.

First round of Multnomah County's free pre-K program serves 690 children while offering better pay for staff

The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is undergoing a change of leadership quicker than anticipated.
09/27/2022
Oregon DEQ gets new interim director

The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is undergoing a change of leadership quicker than anticipated.

Director Richard Whitman abruptly resigned three months early citing personal reasons.

Multnomah County officials break ground on CROPS 2.0 to help train a new generation of farmers.
09/27/2022
Troutdale incubator site to uplift Black farmers

Multnomah County officials break ground on CROPS 2.0 to help train a new generation of farmers.

Multnomah County officials break ground on CROPS 2.0 to help train new generation of farmers

As part of the Preserve Our Past contest tour, Oregon City officials have enlisted various downtown businesses to displa...
09/27/2022
Businesses to display Oregon City's prize-winning student art

As part of the Preserve Our Past contest tour, Oregon City officials have enlisted various downtown businesses to display prize-winning art in time for the Arch Bridge's anniversary celebration on Oct. 1.

This year's paintings honoring 100th anniversary of Arch Bridge are downtown.

Our editorial: On homelessness in the Portland area, improvements have been made, with much more to do
09/27/2022
Homelessness: Improvements made, much more to do

Our editorial: On homelessness in the Portland area, improvements have been made, with much more to do

Metro president's prediction of visible changes came to be, but a shift in attitude is what counts

Watch: The Northwest's 'Lineman Rodel' is back, showing skills on a very different kind of high wire.
09/27/2022
Brooklyn neighborhood PGE Linemen compete in 'Rodeo'

Watch: The Northwest's 'Lineman Rodel' is back, showing skills on a very different kind of high wire.

The Northwest's 'Lineman Rodel' is back, showing skills on a very different kind of high wire! We have a VIDEO at the end

Feed your head: The Art of Food at JSMA PSU
09/27/2022
Hit show 'The Art of Food' whets the appetite

Feed your head: The Art of Food at JSMA PSU

Show of prints drawn from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation is a masterful slice and dice of tasteful objects

Connection, mentorship and who's getting minutes at small forward and center were all on the table Monday. Read all abou...
09/27/2022
Here's 5 takeaways from what the Portland Trail Blazers said at media day

Connection, mentorship and who's getting minutes at small forward and center were all on the table Monday. Read all about the opening to the Portland Trail Blazers 2022-2023 season for free here #RipCity

The NBA season is here and so is Blazer basketball after a noteworthy offseason filled with changes and questions.

44 years of postseason soccer have come and gone in Oregon and the Roosevelt girls have never been. The Heslam sisters a...
09/27/2022
Heslam sisters hope to spark Roosevelt girls soccer's playoff push

44 years of postseason soccer have come and gone in Oregon and the Roosevelt girls have never been. The Heslam sisters and a new wave of talent hope 2022 is the year that changes #opreps Portland Interscholastic League

The Roughriders have never made the postseason in girls soccer, but a new wave of talent looks to change that.

Big changes in the lighting world. Find out more from Sunlan Lighting
09/26/2022
Business News Update: Sunlan Lighting

Big changes in the lighting world. Find out more from Sunlan Lighting

Suggested reading brought to you by Sunlan Lighting: Important information about fluorescent long tubes

USPS inspectors are offering a reward of up to $50,000 for information leading to the arrest of a suspect who robbed a m...
09/26/2022
USPS mail carrier robbed at gunpoint, $50,000 reward offered

USPS inspectors are offering a reward of up to $50,000 for information leading to the arrest of a suspect who robbed a mail carrier at gunpoint in Portland.

The armed robbery occurred Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 20, near Northeast 10th Avenue and Hancock Street.

Oregon has begun in earnest seeking federal grants from the $1 trillion public works spending plan that Congress approve...
09/26/2022
Oregon seeks $920 million in federal public works grants

Oregon has begun in earnest seeking federal grants from the $1 trillion public works spending plan that Congress approved and President Joe Biden signed last year.

Most money sought is for I-5 bridge work and Rose Quarter widening, but 11 other requests clear without debate.

Energy and intensity. Those are the changes for Franklin football as it sits 3-0 under first-year coach Jamal Jones, who...
09/26/2022
Franklin football ready to out-work everyone under coach Jamal Jones

Energy and intensity. Those are the changes for Franklin football as it sits 3-0 under first-year coach Jamal Jones, who started on the job only two months ago #opreps Portland Interscholastic League

The Lightning are off to a 3-0 start behind a new energy and a high-powered offense with goals on changing culture.

Learn more about KinderPrep!
09/26/2022
KinderPrep

Learn more about KinderPrep!

Suggested Reading from KinderPrep - Kindergarten Preparation Pre-School located in Portland, Oregon

Florescent bulbs are gone. Learn your Kelvins from Sunlan Lighting
09/26/2022
Learn the Kelvins

Florescent bulbs are gone. Learn your Kelvins from Sunlan Lighting

This article brought to you courtesy of Kay Newell, Sunlan Lighting, Inc. Portland Tribune Insider Lighting Expert - sponsored content

What is your favorite flag? Does it have stars on it? Find out more from Elmer's Flag & Banner, Kites Too
09/25/2022
Are the stars out tonight?

What is your favorite flag? Does it have stars on it? Find out more from Elmer's Flag & Banner, Kites Too

This article brought to you by David Anchel-Elmer's Flag and Banner, Kites Too! - FLAG, BANNER and KITE INSIDER- sponsored content

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Oregon drivers pay the third highest price in the country.
The Texas-based company is in the midst of securing permits and other approvals needed to build what it says will be an environmentally conscious biofuel production facility.
Political scientists from an array of local colleges and universities agree that the proposed city charter change will benefit Portland.
Columnist: Oregon will benefit from the Inflation Reduction Act, in the form of high-paying, in-demand jobs.
Travel Dundee launched its 2022 Discover Dundee Digital Passport Program, which supplies its guests with customized, interest-based itineraries of restaurants, wineries, tasting rooms and lodging.
The four new sales indicate a continued strong industrial real estate market in the Portland metro area.
The Lake Oswego Sustainability Network plans to hold the Electrification Fair on Saturday, Oct. 1.
Gonzalez office hit amidst rent dispute with city.
The candidates have agreed to more debates in Portland and Medford.
The Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division announced last week that it recently issued fines totaling more than $144,000 to two contractors for violations of fall protection rules at sites in Woodburn and Salem.
Despite the loss, Oregon State Football proved it belongs, meanwhile Oregon Football needs to keep the foot on the gas against Stanford #GoBeavs #GoDucks
The Mary's Woods retirement community celebrated its transition to solar.
Historically, child care costs have kept many women out of the workforce. That could change with Multnomah County's voter-approved Preschool For All program. During the first round, it's serving 690 kids, while offering decent pay for child care workers.
The West Linn City Council discussed I-205 tolling at recent meeting with ODOT officials. What do you think?
Groundbreaking happened on Sept. 26.
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is undergoing a change of leadership quicker than anticipated.