Five "Classic" Burgers the Oregonian Missed

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Breaking news! Your hamburger is a snob. That's the gist of the latest installment in the Oregonian's bizarre crusade against good food—a 2,000-word piece in today's A&E insert that purports to name the ten best "classic" burgers around Portland."In close-in Portland, the bistro burger reigns supreme: jaw-aching creations amped up with pork belly or foie gras," writes Michael Russell. "But the ...   More
 
Friday, December 9, 2011 BEN WATERHOUSE

The Oregonian Loses Another Award-Winning Reporter to Government PR

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Award-winning reporter Melissa Navas will leave The Oregonian to join Multnomah County's communications staff in mid-September. She joins a long list of journalists going to work for government PR offices, as WW has shown. Newsroom cutbacks and changing priorities have sent many veteran reporters out of their newsrooms and into the arms of public agencies. Our May investigation found that eight local ...   More
 
Friday, August 19, 2011 COREY PAUL

Another Reporter Leaves The Oregonian

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Kim Melton, who covered the Legislature this session for The Oregonian, has left the daily to join the education advocacy group Stand For Children. Melton, who joined The Oregonian in September 2004, previously covered Portland Public Schools and suburban school districts. When her new role starts in July, she will work on policy issues and serve as and advocate and spokeswoman for Stand for Children. ...   More
 
Friday, June 24, 2011 NIGEL JAQUISS

Pulitzer-Winning Reporter Julie Sullivan Leaving The Oregonian for a County PR Job

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 The Oregonian is losing one of its most respected reporters, and in the daily’s newsroom, the loss is a shocker: Julie Sullivan, a Pulitzer-winning journalist, has told editors she’s leaving to work for Multnomah County as a public-affairs spokesperson. Sullivan declined to comment to WW about her plans. Sources say Sullivan accepted an offer to fill an advertised vacancy for a senior staffer ...   More
 
Thursday, June 2, 2011 JAMES PITKIN

Brent Walth Joins WW as News Editor


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Brent Walth, an award-winning investigative reporter for The Oregonian, has been hired to be  managing news editor for WW. He replaces Hank Stern, who leaves the paper next week.  "Brent is an extraordinary journalist;  I've dreamt about getting him back in the WW family for some time," said Editor Mark Zusman.  "The entire team here is looking forward to working with him." Zusman ...   More
 
Thursday, April 14, 2011 Story Forum Editor

James Huffman's Thoughts on Campaign Finance

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 Lewis & Clark law school professor James Huffman certainly had a counter-intuitive take on campaign finance in The Wall Street Journal this morning.Huffman, the unsuccessful Republican candidate in last year's U.S. Senate contest in Oregon, writes in an opinion piece that he once believed public disclosure of political contributions was a good thing. Now he doesn't.Huffman writes that his ...   More
 
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Ted Wheeler Vs. The Oregonian

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Thursday, April 7, 2011 NIGEL JAQUISS

Ryan Frank Leaves The Oregonian

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 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 foolish ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 2, 2011

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