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Who's glowing and who's blowing in the New Year.

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WINNERS* Nuke haters are glowing with glee over plans this spring to raze the 500-foot Trojan cooling tower 40 miles north of Portland. One activist described the nuclear plant, which closed in 1993 a ...   More
Wednesday, January 4, 2006 WW Editorial Staff

Who Was Naughty, Who Was Nice.

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WINNERSThese tail pipes smell like California. Enviros cashed in last week with news that Oregon is on its way to adopting California's tough emissions standards for new vehicles. The move would be We ...   More
Wednesday, December 28, 2005 WW Editorial Staff

Snow Fooling About The Past Week.

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WINNERSTV weathermen and women got to regale us "Storm Team" style with all the vagaries among snow, sleet and freezing rain. Conclusions from hours of coverage: Stay inside when it's cold, living eas ...   More
Wednesday, December 21, 2005 WW Editorial Staff

Sorting out the fruitcakes.

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WINNERSHigh-school kids and teachers can breathe easier after winning a reprieve from the curriculum-killing Certificate of Initial Mastery. State schools Superintendent Susan Castillo pulled the plug ...   More
Wednesday, December 14, 2005 WW Editorial Staff

Winners Write History, Losers Read It

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WINNERSNext party for the champion University of Portland women's soccer team: at noon Friday in Pioneer Courthouse Square.Nostalgic Dems got a whiff of imagined past glories when ex-Gov. John Kitzhab ...   More
Wednesday, December 7, 2005 WW Editorial Staff

Who's kicking ass and who's not.

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WINNERSIt's official: The class act of Oregon athletics can be found in NoPo. The University of Portland women's soccer team macerated Notre Dame and heads to the NCAA semifinals in Texas this week. T ...   More
Wednesday, November 30, 2005 WW Editorial Staff

Separating the white meat from the dark.

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WINNERSJohn and Lucy Buchanan's departure from the Portland Art Museum leaves a new wing and big expense accounts to fill. But shed no tears for rank-and-file museum employees, who have been getting b ...   More
Wednesday, November 23, 2005 WW Editorial Staff

So convenient! Pre-digested news.

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WINNERSEconomic indicators for downtown Portland headed upward with word of plans for the area's first new high-rise office building in five years. The 15-story building, slated for construction at So ...   More
Wednesday, November 16, 2005 WW Editorial Staff

Still the best two minutes of your day.

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WINNERSPortland Public Schools got some good financial news for a change. Two large foundations are giving them nearly $11 million, over half of which will go to teacher training in middle and high sc ...   More
Wednesday, November 9, 2005 WW Editorial Staff

A Veritable News Feast.

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WINNERSOregon's hunger rate isn't worst in the nation any more. Thanks to a harder push on getting food stamps to folks, Oregon has improved since 2001 to become the 17th-hungriest state. Improvement? ...   More
Wednesday, November 2, 2005 WW Editorial Staff
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