Bye, Bye Wal-Mart

Celebrators savored besting the nation's largest company after a nearly three-year fight over a supercenter at Southeast Powell Boulevard and 182nd Avenue. Wal-Mart announced Wednesday, June 20, it would not appeal the rejection of its

Bye, Bye Wal-Mart2022-01-11T12:11:42+00:00

OREGON: Tell Sen. Wyden to Say No to Fast Track!

We received a tip this week that Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) may sign off on a Fast Track bill with Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah).

We can’t let that happen! Tell Senator Wyden that no version of Fast Track is acceptable!

OREGON: Tell Sen. Wyden to Say No to Fast Track!2022-01-11T12:19:50+00:00

Oregon Enacts Tough Renewable Power Requirement

Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski on Wednesday signed into law a requirement that 25 percent of power delivered by the state's biggest utilities be made from renewable sources by 2025. Oregon became at least the 24th

Oregon Enacts Tough Renewable Power Requirement2022-01-11T10:02:29+00:00

Alice Waters Leads 200-Chef Brigade to Protect Wild Salmon

Led by celebri-chef Alice Waters, some 200 chefs in 33 states are calling on Congress to protect river habitats and deprioritize hydroelectric dams that cramp Northwest salmon's style. "Wild salmon is one of the unique,

Alice Waters Leads 200-Chef Brigade to Protect Wild Salmon2022-01-11T10:04:20+00:00

Brrrrrr! Polar Bear Plunge in Lake Oswego

The great photos keep coming in, one after another! In this shot, we see a crew of intrepid souls about to jump into the cold water of Lake Oswego, in Oregon, as part of Focus

Brrrrrr! Polar Bear Plunge in Lake Oswego2022-01-11T09:53:34+00:00

Oregon Site Fight: Wal-Mart Giving Up and Giving in

Wal-Mart is throwing in the towel on efforts to build a combination grocery and discount store at the intersection of Powell Boulevard and 182nd Avenue in Gresham. Wal-Mart spokeswoman Jennifer Holder said Wednesday that the

Oregon Site Fight: Wal-Mart Giving Up and Giving in2022-01-11T11:34:38+00:00