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This All-You-Can-Eat Buffet in Oregon Has Been Ranked as One of the Best Buffets in the United States
Disclaimer:The following information is updated for 2023. It is for educational purposes. If you have a large appetite and are in the mood for great food, this All-You-Can-Eat buffet in Oregon should definitely be on your list of places to eat.
Noisy frogs and 'communist songs': Lake Oswego's police log
ACCIDENTS 5/26 8:34 a.m. A vehicle hit a deer near the 1800 block of South Shore Boulevard. No one was injured and the deer walked away. 5/27 1:21 p.m. A vehicle hit a center divider and a tree near Boones Ferry Road and Twin Fir Road. No one was injured. 5/27 8:31 p.m. A hit-and-run...
Tigard library cancels Drag Queen Story Hour after threats
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3 of 6 women found dead in Oregon, Washington may share potential connections
PORTLAND - At least three of the six women whose bodies have been found in Oregon and Washington in recent months shared similar circumstances and had frequented the same places in the months before their deaths, according to a source close to the investigations. In particular, investigators are examining potential...
Lake Oswego wants input on Lakeview Boulevard improvements
Whether it be the regular ponding that occurs after heavy rain events, a lack of accessibility for pedestrians or a poorly-conditioned surface, Lakeview Boulevard has some flaws the city of Lake Oswego hopes to ameliorate. The city has budgeted $8 million for a project to improve the roadway and is conducting a public process for this effort — including an open house from 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 13 at the Willow Room in its Maintenance Center. Construction is anticipated to begin in the summer of...
2 men rescued after commercial fishing boat capsized off Oregon Coast
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4 men arrested at Portland hotel, linked to recent deadly overdoses in Washington County
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Multnomah County offered free tiny homes if residents housed the homeless. Here’s what happened
Back in 2017, the county offered to pay for tiny homes in residents' backyards in order to house homeless families. But the program has since gone dark.
Both her parents died from gunfire. She became the last witness in Measure 114 trial
Jenna Longenecker described Thursday losing both her parents within four years of one another -- her mother fatally shot at Clackamas Town Center and her father who died by suicide with a gun. “This is not something that goes away,” she said. “This is not something that gets easier.”...
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Neighbors to May Apartments also face challenges after fire
Tigard police say a Drag Queen Story Hour event at the public library has been canceled for this Sunday due to threats of violence. Parents of disabled children rally in Salem for caregiver funding bill. Updated: 2 hours ago. |. On Thursday, parents of disabled children across the state gathered...
U.S. Marshals Service track down two fugitives in Spokane
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Milwaukie police lauded for successful response to man in mental health crisis
Three Milwaukie officers received commendations from a Clackamas County Sheriff’s lieutenant for their commitment to crisis negotiation training, which led to their recent ability to successfully defuse what could have been a potentially lethal situation. Milwaukie Officer Melisa Campos, Detective Kathryn Meier and Officer Brian Smith are on call 24/7 throughout Clackamas County serving on the interagency Crisis Negotiations Team. Crisis team members train monthly and work closely with Clackamas County’s SWAT members with the mission to preserve lives and deescalate volatile situations. ...
El Niño is officially here. What does that mean for the Pacific Northwest?
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Woman missing since August, Gresham police say
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New parks and recreation plan first steps taken for Lake Oswego by City Council
The city of Lake Oswego will begin preparing for the future of local parks and recreation facilities this year. Parks Plan 2040 will include identifying gaps in current services, establishing projects to help fill those gaps, updating the methodology for collecting developer fees and creating a strategy for how to pay for new projects, as parks project manager and analyst Kyra Haggart explained at the City Council meeting Tuesday, June 6. ...
This is the cheapest room rental in Portland – It comes with one MASSIVE problem
According to Rentberry – the average room rental costs $807 per month in Portland. This is quite expensive by national standards, and we’re not talking about a one room apartment here either. Instead, we’re literally talking about a single room in a shared accommodation. Having said this, there are cheaper alternatives. These can save you a lot of money, provided you’re either weird or desperate enough. Step forward, this particular rental we found on Craigslist – that rents out for an impressive $388 per month. And that also includes utility bills such as the internet.
Multnomah County Health alerts residents ahead of ‘one of the worst’ mosquito seasons
Zahn advises residents to exercise caution at sunrise or sunset when floodwater mosquitoes are most active.
Investigators close on infamous 'Gresham Lumberjack'
Investigators are circling the infamous “Gresham Lumberjack,” who has been the scourge of greenspaces along the Springwater Corridor Trail to the tune of more than $500,000 in damages and cause of a mind-boggling setback to restoration efforts, after he may have been spotted on security footage. Though details on the alleged suspect remain sparse, with the city citing an ongoing investigation, a Portland resident may be the identity of the tree cutter. He had been seen on security footage, via cameras installed by Gresham naturalists,...
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