April 14th, 2009 | by HANK STERN News | Posted In: CLEAN UP, Politics, City Hall

From The Archives: Memorial Coliseum Isn't Always Moribund

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If you're interested in tonight's open house on tearing down the Memorial Coliseum, you know that much of the discussion about razing the coliseum to make room for a new minor-league baseball stadium has turned on how outdated the 49-year-old coliseum is.

Some folks are using the coliseum's architectural history as a worthy reason to save it. And certainly the building also has plenty of sports history to draw upon. But here are a couple more modern-day instances where the coliseum has proven more valuable than an afterthought home for Portland Winter Hawks games.
 
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