A broad cross-section of Portlanders — from union members to peace activists, from members of the faith community to plain old concerned citizens — is expected to turn out at Tom McCall Waterfront Park on Sunday, March 19, for a rally and march to mark the third anniversary of the Iraq War.
SALEM—Bruce Broussard won't be on the ballot this election season. But you can't say he didn't try.
CORVALLIS—Factors influencing risky sexual behaviors among young men and women at risk for HIV infection are the focus of a five-year, $2 million study headed by an Oregon State University public health researcher.
Portland Boulevard may soon bear the name of the late Rosa Parks, who ignited the country's civil rights movement.
The wide boulevard that memorializes the city and is bordered mostly by Portland's older, graceful houses of past generations, could be known as "Rosa Parks Way" as early as May.
While celebrating "Read Across America Day" at Boise-Eliot Elementary School in Portland recently, Gov. Ted Kulongoski unveiled his new Web site for children,"Governor Kulongoski's Kids' Page."
The nation's law schools — and, by extension, its lawyers — are too White, according to a University of Dayton Law School study.
The study says that 67 percent of law school applicants are White, but Whites end up filling more than 80 percent of law school seats. The result is a national system of jurisprudence in which non-Whites are underrepresented, the study notes.
Election season is officially here, with the passage of the filing deadline for candidates as of last Tuesday. The candidates for local and some state and federal offices are listed below.
Those who are listed as "qualification pending" had yet to learn if the state Elections Division had qualified them for the ballot.