01-17-2022  7:50 am   •   PDX and SEA Weather
By Patricia | The Skanner News
Published: 01 May 2014

140501-ElectionMC-full

The Skanner News Endorsements, Oregon Primary Races

Wherever you go, people complain that there aren’t enough great political leaders anymore. But in the Portland-area races on May 20, we struggled to choose among the excellent candidates we interviewed… For all the information click here


140501-BernieFosterPortrait

Editorial: Always Ask for Permission Before Using Any Name That’s Not Yours

' I was disturbed that my name and that of The Skanner News were attached to an event that took place last Saturday in Portland – without my permission'… To read the whole story click here


140501-seattle-childrens-health-fair

Dozens of Local Groups Plan Free Health Clinic this Fall at Seattle Center

The volunteer-driven clinic will offer a full range of free dental, vision and medical care to underserved and vulnerable populations in the region… To read all about it click here


140501-nigerianschoolgirls

Malala Yousafzai Seeks Help for Kidnapped Nigerian Girls

Reports that the girls were being 'married' to their abductors have raised fears that the girls are being raped or forced to be sex slaves… To check the details click here


The Skanner News is lighting our communities with solar energy

The Skanner News first installed dozens of solar panels on our building in 2012. By daytime since then we have sent thousands of dollars in energy back into the grid for community use. And now we are lighting our communities by nighttime into the bargain by lighting with LED lamps that use 90% less power than before click here

See the review in The Oregonian


National Newspaper Publishers Convention

The National Newspaper Publishers Convention will be Jun 25-28 in Portland.

 

SPONSORS:

PDC    Wells Fargo Bank     port of portland 140x90      TravelPortland


VOTE ON MAY 20th



The Skanner's
Online Webpaper

View our full newspapers on-line just like they are printed. to turn the pages click here

The Skanner Foundation's Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast