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The Skanner’s News Editor Lisa Loving has won two journalism awards in the Oregon Society for Professional Journalists 2012 Contest.
May 20, 2013 By Of The Skanner News
NEW YORK (CNN) -- Sunday's graduation ceremony at Hofstra University was a bittersweet affair marked by a moment of silence for a 21-year-old student killed by a police officer two days ago.
May 20, 2013 By Chelsea J. Carter and Chris Kokenes CNN
Canadian Senator Romeo Dallaire is in Portland this weekend to deliver the commencement address for Lewis & Clark’s College of Arts and Sciences graduation ceremonies Saturday, May 18. The event will be livestreamed so anyone with computer access can watch it as it happens and hear Dallaire’s speech.
May 17, 2013 By Lisa Loving Of The Skanner News
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May 16, 2013 By Kam Williams Special To The Skanner News
Mel Brooks, director, producer, writer and actor, is in an elite group as one of the few entertainers to earn all four major entertainment prizes – the Tony, Emmy, Grammy, and Oscar. His career began in television writing for Your Show of Shows and together with Buck Henry creating the long-running TV series Get Smart.
May 15, 2013 By Kam Williams Special To The Skanner News
Students at Chief Joseph Elementary last week had about the biggest surprise imaginable: The great-granddaughter of Chief Joseph himself came to visit the school library on Friday afternoon.
May 15, 2013 By Lisa Loving Of The Skanner News
AEG Live considered pulling the plug on Michael Jackson's comeback concerts 11 days before the pop icon died, the show's choreographer testified Tuesday. Travis Payne, who worked closely with Michael Jackson in his final days, earlier testified that in Jackson's last rehearsals before his death, he was not at show standards but he was rehearsing, he was processing.
May 15, 2013 By By Alan Duke CNN
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The top Democrat on the committee considering President Barack Obama's nominee to lead the Environmental Protection Agency indicated late Friday she may attempt to break an impasse over the nomination this week.