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Ridgefield Home Sells for Impressive $1.33M
A stunning 2-story house near Ridgefield, Washington recently sold for an impressive $1,330,000 on September 20th. Located at 827 NE 224th Cir, Ridgefield, WA, 98642, this spacious home boasts 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, making it perfect for a large family or those who enjoy having ample space.
Suspected fentanyl overdose claims life of 15-year-old Portland girl, say police
Tragedy strikes in Portland as a 15-year-old succumbs to a suspected fentanyl overdose. Portland police confirm the heartbreaking incident. Tune in for more local news and updates on this devastating story.
Decriminalizing Drug Possession Doesn't Lead to More Fatal Overdoses
A new study found that overdose deaths in the Pacific Northwest have increased despite decriminalization laws, not because of them.
Man found dead in SE Portland after assault call, police say
PORTLAND, Ore. — A man was found dead after an assault report in SE Portland early Thursday morning, says the Portland Police Bureau, and the incident is being investigated as a homicide,. Just before 4:30 a.m., officers responded to an assault in the 2400 block of Southeast 26th Avenue.
These vancouver, WA based Puppies are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around vancouver..
Portland cemetery sues woman to move her son's grave after selling the burial site twice
PORTLAND, Oregon — Skyline Memorial Gardens, a cemetery in Northwest Portland, is suing a woman after it sold her the gravesite where she buried her son. Now, the company said it sold the burial site twice, first to another family, before selling it to Paula Tin Nyo, who buried her son Tyber Harrison there.
Food Fight: Portland's best burger
Well. You all certainly have opinions about burgers. ✅ Here's the list — smash burgers, bar burgers, white-napkin burgers, cart burgers and even drive-thru burgers. Fine-tuned and with all the toppings. Many thanks to all who contributed. Of note: These are all great. The order is random. Bless Your...
Kotek Directs Oregon State Police to Crack Down on Fentanyl
Kotek directs Oregon State Police to crack down on fentanyl, shares few details. The direction came during a private meeting of her Portland Central City Task Force. Oregon State Police will do more to crack down on fentanyl dealers under new direction from Gov. Tina Kotek, she announced Tuesday. Kotek...
Fresh coat! Metro ready to give away a bunch of repurposed paint
Once again this year, Oregon Metro is giving away thousands of gallons of repurposed paint, which anyone can use for indoor or outdoor projects.
Say Goodbye To Your Local Target: Retail Giant To Close Stores In 4 States Including California
Target, the popular retail store, has announced that it will be closing nine stores in four states due to theft and organized retail crime that has threatened the safety of its workers and customers.
Blackberry Castle mansion in NW Portland sells for $2 million at no-minimum-bid auction
With a $2 million bid, California resident and real estate broker Rick Edler became the new owner of Northwest Portland’s whimsical Blackberry Castle estate, which was first put on the market eight years ago at $7,175,000. The sale of the 6.4-acre gated property at 14125 N.W. Germantown Road included...
Clark County Vital Records Office Closure for System Testing on Oct. 5
Clark County Public Health’s Vital Records office will be closed Thursday, Oct. 5 to perform testing of the office’s new records management system. All other Public Health offices will be open regular hours. The Vital Records office will reopen at 8 am Friday, Oct. 6. Orders for birth and death certificates can continue to be made online through the Public Health website.Visit here for more details.
Clark County Residents Urged to Compost Fallen Leaves and Utilize Free Disposal Program
Clark County Public Health advises residents to dispose of fallen leaves properly. Incorrect disposal can lead to blocked streets, drains, and landfills. It can also cause road hazards for drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians. Rotting leaves in landfills produce methane, a harmful gas.
Join the Community at Old Apple Tree Festival in Vancouver this Saturday, Oct. 7
The Old Apple Tree Festival in Vancouver is scheduled for Saturday, October 7. The festival will take place at Old Apple Tree Park, east of the Interstate 5 Bridge. This family event, running from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., will feature live music, tours, and apple tastings. Food and apples will also be on sale.
Thieves win big as Target says goodbye to Portland
Retail giant Target recently announced the closure of three stores in Portland, Oregon citing rampant theft and organized retail crime as the driving factors. This development casts a spotlight on the growing scourge of larceny and sophisticated criminal networks plaguing retailers in Portland and beyond.
Marijuana magazine seeks pot-tential judges for Oregon’s Cannabis Cup
Judging for the competition is open to any resident over the age of 21.
Progress: Broadleaf Arbor set to finish in January
Amid construction delays, developers of the new housing community Broadleaf Arbor expect the project to be done in the first quarter of 2024. What's missing? In an interview with the Chronicle in March of this year, developers stated that they expected the project would be done in October. Unfortunately, supply chain issues have disrupted the arrival of electrical equipment and delayed the project’s completion. ...
Take a Tasty Trip Down Memory Lane at This Iconic Portland Diner
Ah, the iconic Skyline Restaurant! Just hearing its name whisks us back to the good ol’ days in Portland, Oregon. Ever wondered what nostalgia tastes like? Well, strap on your time-traveling taste buds and let’s embark on a delicious journey through time. Once Upon a Skyline…. Way back...
Navigating an addiction in public safety
This article was originally posted Nov. 20, 2019. It has been updated. Despite the increased focus on first responder wellness and resilience in the past decade, little attention is paid to the significant, ongoing problem of substance abuse within these professional communities. According to the Addiction Center, appoximately 30% of...
Portland went 30 days with no reported homicides, longest streak in years
PORTLAND, Ore. — Thursday morning broke Portland's 30-day streak of no homicides, the longest period of time the city has gone without a killing in years. According to the Portland Police Bureau, the last reported homicide the Bureau received was on August 28. On Thursday morning, September 28, a...