A new call to put fluoride in the city’s water raises old fears.
After 54 years of opposition, the City of Portland is moving to put fluoride in your drinking water.
Health, the group behind the fluoridation move, launched what amounted
to a p
Commissioner Amanda Fritz now wants to protect the city’s reservoirs with plastic.
City Commissioner Amanda Fritz is shopping for pool covers.
has been making the rounds at City Hall pushing a plan to install
plastic floating “membrane” covers to protect Portla
Some Eagle Scouts protest the Boy Scouts’ gay ban by returning their badges. Not these Oregon leaders.
A Boy Scout must be trustworthy, loyal, helpful and the
like. But to obtain the highest honor, the rank of Eagle Scout, a Scout
must also prove his service has had an impact on his community.
Metro Council President Tom Hughes’ job has allowed him to see the world.
At the rate he’s going, Metro Council President Tom Hughes
will need to add new pages to his passport faster than you can say
“Oregon-Japan Friendship Week.”
Since taking office
The Oregonian may not be a daily newspaper much longer.
The Oregonian as a daily newspaper is facing a final deadline.
newspaper—once considered one of the nation’s best—is losing readers and
advertisers in a state where it dom
A prominent lawyer blasts the founders and board of a bankrupt biotech pioneer.
HemCon Medical Technologies was once one of Oregon’s rare biotech successes.
company won worldwide fame for its innovative bandages that use a
substance found in shrim