05-25-2017  8:40 pm      •     

Northwest News

Texas principal will take helm at North Portland high school

Leon Dudley, a high school principal in Dallas, Texas, who says he loves a challenge, will be Jefferson High School's new principal beginning Aug. 14.
Dudley was hired this week by Vicki Phillips, Portland Public Schools superintendent. Phillips also hired Cynthia Harris, a school administrator in California, to serve as area director for all schools in the Jefferson cluster, as well as the elementary and middle schools in the Wilson area.
"Leon Dudley and Cynthia Harris are outstanding school leaders,"
Phillips said. "While new to Portland, they are not new to the work at hand: providing a world-class education for students in urban schools."
Dudley, a principal at Dallas Independent School District's Roosevelt High School, has a track record leading urban middle and high schools and closing the achievement gap, according to Phillips.

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Lawsuit could lead to increased union membership in Portland

According to a local union representative, last week's settlement of a class-action lawsuit between Rose Garden janitorial workers and their employer may bring an additional benefit to the Portland area — increased union membership.


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Funeral director finds that her workshops aid mourners' journey

For funeral director Angela McKenzie, a person's life doesn't end with a memorial…


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Mayor Tom Potter has nominated Charles A. Wilhoite to become a commissioner on the Portland…

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It's time to come out of the house and meet the neighbors during National Night Out on…


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needs a little help to get there

Benson High School's own Kelci Rae Flowers was crowned Miss Oregon Teen USA in November 2005, and will represent Oregon next month in the Miss Teen USA competition in Palm Springs, Calif. But needs a little help to get there.To make an online donation, visit www.kelci-rae.org


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When National Minority Donor Awareness Day observes its 10th anniversary on Aug. 1, its original…


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Judy McKellar, executive director of the Alzheimer's Association, Oregon chapter, will…


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Albina Community Bank received a $500,000 federal award at a recent event at the Federal Reserve…


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About 40 women and minority business owners gathered at the offices of the Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs last week to hear TriMet Executive Director Fred Hansen, right, and Senior Director of Diversity and Transit Equity Bruce Watts (not pictured) discuss TriMet's plans to include women- and minority-owned subcontractors in its upcoming MAX light rail expansion projects. For more information, visit www.trimet.org.


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