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Vaccine mandates stoked fears of labor shortages. But hospitals s...

Officials say they have very high vaccination rates they attributed to the requirement and that they have seen coronavirus infections – and sick leaves – noticeably drop.

News
Interview: In Five Days, Daniel Garcia W...

CM Punk, Davey Richards, Alex Shelley, Minoru Suzuki. Dream matches for most, all four were part of a wild four days for Daniel Garcia.

Sports
Hotline on Hold

CHRISTOPHER KEIZUR - Emily Vidal and Monica Weitzel have been the creative force behind MetroEast Community Medias Community Hotline for the past 11 years. A decade ago, the creative team behind a long-running television program produced in the heart of Gresham came to a realization — they needed a host.

Professional
U.S. Winter Olympians Take Flight at Timberline Lodge

The summer of 2021 saw nonstop action on Mt. Hood’s Palmer snowfield ahead of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. As the only year-round ski resort in North America, Oregon's Timberline Lodge is a perpetual summertime training destination for Olympic hopefuls with dedicated alpine,

News
Q&A: Japanese Legend Minoru Suzuki on Wo...

One of wrestling’s truly unique performers faces Bryan Danielson on Friday night in a highly anticipated match.

National News
It’s now Halloween all year long at Gres...

Csazar, owner of Books Around the Corner at 1217 N.E. Burnside Road in Gresham, is going all in on her favorite holiday with a year-round Halloween theme as she settles her business into its new space.

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St. Louis Park gardens nurture in more ways than one

The gardens of Perspectives Inc. not only feeds families emerging from homelessness but serves as educational and nutritional tools too.

National News
Road to COP26: The investment impact on ...

As investors continue to connect their desire for a better planet with their investment decisions, fund managers say there is a lot financiers can do about climate change, but governments need to act too.

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East County News Briefs - Cities recogni...

Gresham, Troutdale, Wood Village all celebrate Native American peoples; Gresham Lilac Run seeks funds recipient

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East County is about to get real spooky

All the ghosts and ghouls, vampires and zombies, princesses and superheroes, and everything else that goes bump in the night will shamble toward East Multnomah County for a month filled with festive activities.

Local News
Bears name Cocoa Chili as Small Business...

The Bears will recognize Cocoa Chili as their second Small Business All-Pros Gameday Eats Edition winner presented by Visa from Oct. 13-Nov. 16.

Events
UPDATE: Suspect in deadly hit-and-run of...

The Athens-Clarke County Police Department has confirmed that the suspect in a hit-and-run crash that killed a 20-year-old UGA student is behind bars.

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Twitter rips apart Jimmy Lake after 2-4 ...

Twitter roasted Jimmy Lake, who is in danger of missing a bowl game with a lot of players Chris Petersen recruited.

National News
Commentary: College football Saturday review: UCLA can beat Orego...

After UCLA edged Washington and Oregon held off California, the Bruins are set to host the Ducks in what should be the Pac-12 game of the year.

News
Frederick remembers loved ones lost to s...

Julie Robinson kept a 100-year-old poem folded up in her wallet on Saturday morning as she strolled the perimeter of Baker Park. "Death is nothing at all," it begins. "It doesn't count." The verse in Robinson's hand had been altered a bit from its original form.

Attractions
Me & My Car: ’55 Studebaker truck gets ‘...

It’s especially sad to me as Studebaker Corp. was the first automobile manufacturer that I worked for in my many years in the auto industry. Many of us who live in the Golden State probably have some Studebaker history in our family.

National News
Notre Dame alumni, economy and South Bend policy change drive a b...

About 14 years after crews broke ground on Eddy Street Commons, developers have set their sights on another area for new housing, retail and offices

News
Former Weller Elementary student Maurice...

Maurice Downey may not be able to walk the proverbial mile in his students' shoes, but he knows the sidewalks, sign posts and shortcuts they use to get to his classroom each morning at Weller Elementary.

Lifestyle
Utah scores 28 straight to rally past AS...

Right now it is currently 1:45 am as I write this. I got home from Rice-Eccles not all that long ago, and I just caught up on my Twitter timeline. I stopped checking Twitter at the game when

Wellness
Bridal Yoga: 5 exercises for brides to release tension, get vibra...

As wedding season kicks off in high spirits, here are 5 Yoga asana for brides or brides-to-be to feel good, look great, lift up body and spirit, bring back alignment in the fascia, release tension fro

Local Culture
The River: Catching up and reporting on ...

While I was away, Cappy Bobby Clayton Lischkge, an esteemed boatman from along the broad bend of the Middle Ohio River, at Aurora, Indiana, passed from this life at age 94. Bobby and his son, Captain Rob Lischkge,

National News
IDNR announces sites for youth waterfowl...

As part of the Youth Hunt, hunters age 17 or younger may hunt ducks, geese, coots and mergansers as long as they are accompanied by an adult at least 18

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Amy Dixon: Botanical leaf castings a creative addition to any gar...

I unabashedly admit that I am perhaps the least creative or artistic person you’ll ever meet. Growing up, art class was a chore, a place where I never fit in

News
Interfaith Voices: Repair, not forgivene...

The Jewish High Holiday season is now behind us, but we are well-served to remember the lessons it teaches us throughout the rest of the year.

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Popeyes and Megan Thee Stallion Kick Off...

Popeyes has unveiled a special collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion, and the first order of business is a brand-new hot sauce.

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Halloween Isn’t the Only Horrifying Holi...

Whether you’re naughty or nice, we’ve discovered that Christmas has a serious dark side. Let’s set aside that warm and cozy fireside scene and take a look at the horrifying side of Christmas.

Local Culture
TikTok Hack Claims to Remove the Taste of Alcohol

The latest TikTok hack sees users adding a small amount of baking soda, a pinch of salt, and some water to vodka or tequila, and having it remove the taste of alcohol!

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4 'Squid Game' Masks for Your Last-Minut...

Did you love the Korean horror thriller, "Squid Game?" Check out these inexpensive masks that will have you looking like you're part of the show.

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Former US president Bill Clinton in hosp...

Former US president Bill Clinton was in hospital with an infection on Thursday, a spokesman for the 75-year-old said. Doctors said Clinton was responding well at the center in Irvine, California. The infection was not connected to the coronavirus.

National News
Trick-or-Treaters With Special Needs: An All-Inclusive Halloween ...

How to make sure all the kids, especially those with special needs, enjoy Halloween night.

Wellness
7 Wild Conspiracy Theories We Can't Stop...

We can't get enough of it. Portals to another dimension, lizard people, hoaxes, and secret government spying made our list.

Local Culture
Friday Office Cocktail: Aviation Cocktai...

The OCN Drinks crew is serving up something purple, pretty, and powerful in support of Domestic Violence Awareness month.

Recipes
2022 Awards Season Schedule: Oscars, Emmys, And More!

The 2022 awards season is just around the corner, and we've got the list of dates you're gonna want to keep in your back pocket as things start to roll out—even as early as this October!

Entertainment
Wendy's, Kellogg's Team Up for Frosty Ch...

Wendy's and Kellogg's are partnering together on the new Wendy's Frosty Chocolatey Cereal, set to debut in December.

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Nostradamus' Predictions for 2021 Includ...

Nostradamus has made many predictions about the future of humanity and he predicted 2021 will be worse than 2020. These predictions included a global famine, asteroids, a devastating earthquake, and a Zombie Apocalypse.

Local Culture
Easy DIY Halloween Costumes You Can Make at Home

Here are a few ways you can whip up a creative costume with stuff from around the house or your local thrift store.

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