01-28-2023  6:44 pm   •   PDX and SEA Weather

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The program is available to qualifying families in King County

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Plaintiffs cite problems encountered using Portland streets as tents have gone up to shelter people experiencing homelessness.

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Dawson Park historical boulder close up (Photo/courtesy of PP&R and Ben Brink) 

PP&R is seeking community submissions for stories about the park and Portland's Black newspapers to be shared on new boulders

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(Photo courtesy Portland Parks & Recreation) 

McCoy Park just completed, Dawson Park is next

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Seattle, Washington 

The program supports projects that benefit and are led by or in partnership with those most affected by environmental and climate inequities. 

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For years, our education system has faced challenges in attracting, recruiting, and retaining qualified teachers – challenges that were made worse by the pandemic.

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(Photo/ Every Kid Outdoors) 

The federal program provides up to a year of free access to National Forests, National Parks, and other public lands

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Monday evening, just after 8:15 p.m. crews were called to the campus of Lewis & Clark College for reports of multiple people injured due to a brick column that collapsed

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(Photo/ Portland Community College) 

The Auto Collision Repair Technology Program prepares technicians for a respected and rewarding career field. Since its establishment in 1970, the program has grown into one of the largest and most reputable ones on the West Coast.

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Brian Primack 

The free event, which can also be viewed online, will feature a presentation by Brian Primack

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