02-25-2017  5:03 pm      •     

Northwest News

Despite a less-than-stellar economy and a scarce job market, North and Northeast Port-land residents Amanda Salama and Molly Kline are choosing to start their own business.

The two 26-year-olds who have college degrees and professional experience, made the decision despite the risks — they have opened Ink Promotions.


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Hundreds of Black elected officials descended on Portland over the weekend of May 31 to June 2 to attend the Region X conference of Blacks in Government Inc.

 


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Caroline Sue Allen Passes Away at 57Services for Caroline Sue Allen were held June 7 at Emanuel…


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2006 Breakfast InformationFor tickets e-mail mlkbreakfast@theskanner.com or come to The…


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Vancouver, Washington

PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF THE COLUMBIA/WILLAMETTE seeks Patient Services Staff members for Vancouver…


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Matt Essieh

Matt Essieh immigrated to Oregon in 1980 to attend Southern Oregon State University. Now, the one-time immigrant is an American citizen with a company that employs 21 people and does business nationwide.

His Beaverton-based business, EAI Information Systems, creates computerized systems for banks, brokers and insurance companies to help clients make and keep track of their investments.


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Author and storyteller Baba Wague Diakite, left, is joined by Ghanaian master drummer Obo Addy, center, and his band, Okropong, at the May 25 Africa Culture Night and Benefit at Jackson Middle School.


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Civil liberties group's Oregon chapter joins a nationwide effort

The Oregon chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is joining the national organization in launching a nationwide initiative to end illegal government spying by the National Security Agency.

Responding to reports that phone companies are turning over private details about Americans' telephone calls to the National Security Agency, the ACLU of Oregon and ACLU affiliates in 19 other states have filed complaints with public utility commissions or sent letters to state attorneys general and other officials demanding investigations into whether local telecommunications companies allowed the National Security Agency to spy on their customers.

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In science fiction, robots take on diverse forms — such as R2D2 and C-3PO from Star Wars, Robby the Robot from "Forbidden Planet," or the cold steel behemoth, GORT, from The "Day the Earth Stood Still."

These images have be-come cultural icons, representing what most people think of when they hear the word "robot." But in the real world, robots also take on diverse forms, ranging from service-friendly vacuum cleaners and precision mechanical arms that help build cars, to playful robotic pets the whole family can enjoy.


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Party would deny citizenship to children born here of illegal parents

YAKIMA—The Washington state Repub-lican Party has adopted a platform that would revoke the constitutional provision granting automatic citizenship to the U.S.-born children of illegal immigrants.

Diane Tebelius, state GOP chair, said she believes the provision reflects the sentiment of Washington voters.


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