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VIDEO: Kulongoski on Hatfield

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 Not long before Ted Kulongoski left the Governor's office, he sat down with us for an interview.  At the time, we asked him his thoughts about Mark Hatfield, who served two terms as governor of Oregon before being elected to the United States Senate in 1966.  Hatfield's passing early this week prompted us to post this clip:

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Thursday, August 11, 2011 by

Darius Miles Busted

Tried to Bring a Loaded Gun on a Plane


Just how stupid is Darius Miles?  The onetime Portland Trail Blazer, a 6'9" small forward with extraordinary athletic skill and seeming unlimited potential, has demonstrated once again that in the IQ department, he's a playgound-lot baller.Yesterday, Miles was busted for allege...   More
 
Thursday, August 4, 2011 by

The Original Jail Blazer

Isiah Rider

Portlanders who have lived in this city for less than a decade may not know that the poster child for the infamous "Jail Blazers," the squad of hoopsters who were better known for their off-court exploits than their hardwood skills, was Isiah "J.R." Rider, a player of whose athletic talent was exceeded only by his ability to make poor judgments. Rider came to Portland from Minnesota to play for th...   More
 
Wednesday, June 8, 2011 by

Ryan Frank Leaves The Oregonian

Ryan Frank

 The Oregonian lost one of its best reporters today with the announcement that Ryan Frank, an 11-year veteran of the daily, is leaving to move to Eugene to become the publisher of the Oregon Daily Emerald, the independent daily of the University of Oregon. 
It's a bit of a homecoming for Frank, who served as the paper's top editor when he was a student at the U of O, but it would be ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 2, 2011 by

Caitlin Baggott Takes Over Bus Project Leadership

Caitlin Baggott, Bus Project

The Bus Project, the Oregon non-profit that has registered young voters, thrown great parties and acted as a springboard for a number of progressive politicians—has a new leader. 
She's Caitlin Baggott, who's worked at the Bus for a number of years, most recently as its strategic director and leader of the group's leadership training program.Given that background, her ascension isn't mu...   More
 
Monday, January 31, 2011 by

LETTERS 8/14/2002

Letters to the Editor


Letters to the Editor
PAPAS DON'T PREACHFor the past several weeks, I have watched with morbid fascination as La Bella Napoli owner Sam Macbale barbecues any critics who dare question his kitchen. Like a wronged mobster, h ...   More
 
Wednesday, August 14, 2002
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