04-21-2018  8:07 pm      •     
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Annual community reading project makes thousands of books available at Multnomah libraries

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Albina’s five neighborhood branches to open Feb. 1 under Beneficial State Bank banner

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Only African American owned and operated Christian television network in the U.S. is now available on Optimun TV

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Kate Brown speaks at The Skanner Foundation 2018 MLK Breakfast 

 In case you missed it, you can watch the recorded event throughout February

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Multnomah County Animal Services celebrates Su-PURR Bowl Sunday, offers waived-fee adoptions 

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Washington residents who apply for a standard driver license will no longer be asked for their place of birth

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Black History Month Assembly celebrates under theme “It’s All About Love"

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Grant will enable the nonprofit to expand its training facility

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Map shows anticipated construction locations through Feb. 2

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Bill Rauch 

Bill Rauch recognized for encouraging diversity in theater arts

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