ire district spokeswoman Tammy Robbins said firefighters were dispatched to 6398 Colgan Road SE in Marion just before noon on a fire burning across the river on Wiseman Island. Flames were seen on the island but did not cross the river.
The man did not suffer a life-threatening ailment and was outside when firefighters arrived at the scene. Damages are estimated at $15,100.
Forecasters with the National Weather Service in Portland say it's the beginning of trend that will see temperatures drop from the low 90s into the low 70s by the 3-day Labor Day weekend in the Portland metropolitan area.
Graham also praised recent diversity training for white city leaders including Hales.
Matt Long squinted skeptically at the Willamette River and fidgeted with the lime green swim cap he'd just received. Bold letters on the cap spell "RIVER HUGGER SWIM TEAM."
Janet Arenz, head of an umbrella group representing providers, described what happened in 1998 when the state introduced a new system of reimbursement using Medicaid dollars.
Before the next gubernatorial election is upon us, we're finishing up the last of the checks of claims and promises Gov. John Kitzhaber made during his last campaign.
All areas of the park reopened Wednesday about 7 a.m., according to the Washington County parks department.
The large fire tore through the building at 1015 Molalla Ave. The initial call came in about 5 a.m., said Clackamas County Fire District 1 Lt. Jed Wachlin. He said a passerby reported the fire to 911.
Fairview's three-way competition for mayor is just one indication that this year's races could be as hotly contested as the 2012 election, which resulted in some razor-thin finishes and produced a divided council that struggled to make decisions.
With the filing deadline approaching, the slate of candidates vying for three seats on the Lake Oswego City Council appears to be solidified.
Graham, fired in November, had threatened to sue for discrimination and defamation.
Portland Mayor Charlie Hales signed a letter of reference for Jack Graham.
Instructor Charles Vacca, 39, was standing next to the girl Monday at the Last Stop outdoor shooting range in White Hills, Arizona, about 25 miles south of Las Vegas, when she squeezed the trigger.
Rosemont Treatment Center, a 27-bed facility that provides mental health counseling, substance abuse treatment and schooling is terminating its contract with Oregon Youth Authority and the Department of Human Services due to a chronic lack of funding.
Prisoner Jason Michael Holden says in a lawsuit that he and other humanists deserve the right to gather inside the walls of the Federal Correctional Institution in Sheridan.
The parent company of the magazine High Times filed a lawsuit Monday against shop owner Richard Reimers and his business, previously called High Time Station. The Spokesman Review reports the magazine is claiming trademark infringement.
Economists are projecting that tax payers will not receive a kicker in 2015.
Troutdale has no mayoral race this year, but current council members David Ripma, Norm Thomas and Rich Allen all must out-poll an opponent to retain their seats.
Wood Village's roughly 4,000 residents will have a very quiet campaign season when it comes to City Council races this fall.
According to a news release from the Lebanon Fire District, firefighters were alerted to the blaze about 6 a.m. when a passerby saw the coop on fire at 40487 Snow Peak Drive.
Burger King executives insist they are not trying to escape U.S. taxes, but some members Congress aren't buying it.
Mumm said she recently bought a business and needs to devote her time to making it a success.
A lawyer representing the family said the stretch of Southwest Pete's Mountain Road where the crash occurred has been the site of "multiple motor accidents resulting in injuries and deaths" and that road design and signage may be to blame.
The cause of fire is still under investigation. No injuries were reported.
Portland debuted a very preliminary list of potential projects that could be accomplished in the first six years if the City Council approves a new street fee or other funding plan.
Plus, a look at Wilson's football season.
Winemakers in Napa and Sonoma continue to put the pieces back together after last Sunday's 6.1 magnitude earthquake. Oregon wine country, meanwhile, offers a trio of "surprises," while Australian vintners cope with declining exports to China -- all in the Wednesday Wine Roundup.
Check out area road conditions before heading out.
Voters in Fairview and Troutdale will have plenty of decisions to make with at least two candidates for every open position on their city councils.