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The founder of HemCon Medical Technologies, the bankrupt Portland-based medical bandage company, wasn’t happy to see a blistering letter from one of his investors, divorce lawyer Jody Stahancyk,   More
Wednesday, November 7, 2012 WW Editorial Staff

Jack Ohman Will Draw for Sacramento Bee


Political cartoonist Jack Ohman, who took a buyout from The Oregonian on Monday, is going to the Sacramento Bee. Ohman has drawn cartoons for The O for 29 years and was a Pulitzer finalist last year. Ohman has said his departure was not related to the direction the newspaper has taken under Publisher N. Christian Anderson III. The Bee's history with editorial cartoonists is wound tightly with ...   More
Thursday, November 1, 2012 AARON MESH

Cartoonist Jack Ohman Leaving Oregonian


Jack Ohman has drawn his last cartoon for The Oregonian.Ohman, who has won virtually every major award in journalism for political cartooning and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize this year, announced his departure on Facebook today:I will miss my colleagues at The Oregonian terribly. I am proud to have worked there for 29 years; I was still taking acne medication when I started there. They all ...   More
Monday, October 29, 2012 Nigel Jaquiss and Aaron Mesh

All Three Pulitzer-Finalist Cartoonists Are From Portland

And winner Matt Wuerker drew for WW!


The big regional news from this year's David Foster Wallace-snubbing Pulitzer announcements: Seattle may have all the prize-winning reportage, but Portland has the best cartoonists. Two Emerald City newspapers took home Pulitzers this year: The Stranger's Eli Sanders won the features-reporting prize for his cover story on the survivor of a killing, while the Seattle Times won for its investigative ...   More
Monday, April 16, 2012 by Aaron Mesh


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