It's Tuesday, Oct. 16, World Food Day. Happy birthday to Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas (1890-1980), Yakima's finest and a Whitman College grad. Today in 1920, Republican Gov. Ben W. Olcott said he planned to ask the Oregon Legislature to preserve the state's scenic areas. The governor was already working with businesses to preserve forests along state highways and other natural areas. Expect more sunshine and a high in the upper 70s. Here are a few things to do after celebrating our farmers today:




• Register to vote. Today is the deadline. sos.oregon.gov/voting/pages/voteinor.aspx

• Hear four Northwest poets read works published in the fall 2018 "Windfall" magazine, 7 p.m., Broadway Books, 1714 N.E. Broadway. www.broadwaybooks.net

• Hear Slightly Spooky Stories and Songs at the Happy Valley Library, 6:15 to 7:15 p.m., 13793 S.E. Sieben Park Way, Clackamas. www.happyvalleyor.gov/services/happy-valley-library/childrens-programs/

• See a spooky yard at the annual Davis Graveyard, dusk to 10 p.m., 8703 S.E. 43rd Ave., Milwaukie. davisgraveyard.com/about/

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Sports

NBA WEST PREVIEW: HOW THE TEAMS STACK UP

October 16, 2018 Portland Tribune - Sports
ON THE NBA/BY KERRY EGGERS/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Will continuity make Blazers better in 2018-19?

JASON SAYS: Cougars, game are big deal

October 16, 2018 Portland Tribune - Sports
BY JASON VONDERSMITH/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Washington State has its own highly producitve quarterback, while Ducks have to fight human nature
  • KERRY SAYS: Beavers find a team they can beat in Cal

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    BY KERRY EGGERS/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Cal defends better than Oregon State, but OSU has shot to end Pac-12 skid
  • Ex-Timber has fun comeback in Reno

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    ON SOCCER/BY PAUL DANZER/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Homegrown Richards settles in as USL defender for playoff team
  • Winterhawks, Silvertips neck-and-neck

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    SCORESHEET/After back-to-back wins, Portland State football takes a break; Pilots men may be kicking themselves, but big games remain
  • Main events

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    The Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings for Oct. 16-17
  • TV, radio

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    The Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings on the air locally on Oct. 16-17
  • Ducks, Beavers sweep Huskies

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    OREGON SPORTS HISTORY/Buckaroos split WHL games vs. Gulls, Roadrunners; set of aluminum shaft golf clubs on sale for $150
  • Oregon Fishing Forecast - October 11, 2018

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    The Guide's Forecast provides timely and accurate fishing information so you can catch more fish!
  • Monday sports events

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    The Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings for Oct. 15
  • Monday TV, radio

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    The Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings on the air locally on Oct. 15
  • Portland Trail Blazers owner Paul Allen dead at age 65

    Portland Tribune - News
    The billionaire co-founder of Microsoft passed away Monday, Oct. 15 from cancer.
  • Enjoy the legacy of Paul Allen

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    BY STEVE BRANDON/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Trail Blazers owner was a man of many interests and a love for the NBA game and his team
  • Pac-12 honors Oregon's Verdell

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    MONDAY LOCAL SPORTS NEWS/Ducks sweep men's tennis titles at ITA Northwest Regional Chanpionships in Seattle
  • Sunday sports events

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    The Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings for Oct. 14
  • Sunday TV, radio

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    The Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings on the air locally on Oct. 14
  • Seventh-ranked UP men's soccer escapes with 1-1 WCC draw

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    SUNDAY LOCAL SPORTS NEWS/Portland State pulls off key road victory in women's soccer; shorthanded UO volleyball falls at Utah
  • Seahawks back to .500

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Wilson's three touchdown passes help Seattle beat Oakland, 27-3, before record crowd in London
  • Everett downs Winterhawks

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    BY PAUL DANZER/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Portland goes 0 for 10 on power plays Sunday as 4-2 loss ends five-game win streak
  • Saturday sports events

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    The Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings for Oct. 13
  • Saturday TV, radio

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    The Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings on the air locally on Oct. 13
  • Vikings win again, and easily this time

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    BY STEVE BRANDON/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/One week after upset at Montana, Portland State puts together an efficient effort at Providence Park
  • SLIDESHOW: Oregon 30, Washington 27 (OT)

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    Scenes from Saturday afternoon's Pac-12 football game at Autzen Stadium between the Ducks and Huskies
  • Verdell's OT run gives Oregon its biggest win of the Cristobal era

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    BY PAUL DANZER/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Ducks dodge a late bullet as Huskies miss their field-goal attempt to win in regulation
  • Huskies lament one that got away

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    BY STEPHEN ALEXANDER/FOR THE PORTLAND TRIBUNE/'They're a good team,' Washington coach Chris Petersen says of Ducks
  • Oregon puts it on the line, and wins

    Portland Tribune - Sports
    BY JASON VONDERSMITH/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Ducks take pride in their ability to run, and play defense, as they make up for recent losses to…

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OPINION

Politics

Gladstone police, fire levies get interesting this year

October 15, 2018 Clackamas Review - News Raymond Rendleman
Previously unopposed elections suddenly have opposition from city councilor, firefighter

Nine vie for four seats on Gladstone City Council

October 15, 2018 Clackamas Review - News Raymond Rendleman
Politically active citizens break record for number of candidates involved in single election

Features

Pioneers in sustainability take a bow

October 16, 2018 Portland Tribune - Features Jennifer Anderson
Jeanne and Dick Roy retire as leaders of earth-friendly living; they have led or helped lead local organizations and initiatives for the past 25 years

SNOWVANA GEARS UP FOR WINTER FUN ON THE SLOPES

October 15, 2018 Portland Tribune - Features Jason Vondersmith
Celebration of skiing, snowboarding returns to Memorial Coliseum, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 19-20; celebrities expected to attend include Olympic gold medalist Red Gerard
  • Pig's blood ice cream a scream for Halloween at Salt & Straw

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Scoop shops dip up Spooktacular flavors (mmm, mealworms) through Nov. 1; being creative to make Halloween ice cream treats was fun for them
  • Bits & Pieces

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Here are some notes on this and that and the other thing - including Movie Madness, Best Foodie city and Teddy Roosevelt
  • Movie Time

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Here's a look at big screen releases, home movie rentals and documentary and movies of interest - including 'Halloween,' 'Ocean's 8' and…
  • Portland named No. 1 'Foodie City' in America

    Portland Tribune - News
    The 2018 report by WalletHub says Portland beat out 181 other cities for the top honor.
  • 2019 Honda Insight: A better kind of hybrid

    Portland Tribune - Wheels
    The new compact is a well designed and refined car that happens to get exceptional mileage while not calling attention to itself
  • 'DREAMGIRLS' STAR LIVES HER OWN DREAM

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Johnson-Weiss stays busy with concerts, charities, teaching; she sees a lot of symbolism in 'Dreamgirls' with her own busy life
  • Poetry takes visual form at PAM

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Stunning collection of Asian artists' work spans centuries; it's maybe the most 'ambitious' Asian collection at the museum, curator says
  • Musicians get due in hall of fame

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Portugal. The Man, Ural Thomas, The Rats, Freak Mountain Ramblers and others to be feted Oct. 13 at the Aladdin Theater
  • Visit artists in their natural habitat

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Dozens welcome visitors on 20th annual Portland Open Studios tour; there's a new app available to help people navigate the tour
  • Fermentation Festival froths with ideas for food DIYers

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Learn to make your own cheese, chutney, sauerkraut and more at the event, Oct. 18 at Ecotrust Building in the Pearl District
  • Bits & Pieces

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Here are some notes on this and that and the other thing - including Will Vinton, library movie streaming, The Circus Project and 'Free…
  • Short List

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Events and happenings taking place in the next week in Portland and surrounding areas - including 'Humans,' 'Bloodyvox: Deadline October,'…
  • Live Music

    Portland Tribune - Features
    The places to be in the next week in Portland and beyond for local and national music acts - including Luke Bryan, 'Boo Bomb 5,' KT…
  • Binge watcher? Library streaming 30,000 films for free

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Multnomah County library cardholders can now watch six movies a month online via Kanopy.
  • The plight of steelhead

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Rock opera puts focus on elusive sea-going trout ; it's called 'The Last Steelhead: An Eco Rock Opera,' by Chris Santella
  • Taking a page from Chicago's songbook

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Danny Seraphine, CTA to play concert to fight cancer Oct. 21 at Revolution Hall; Seraphine is 70 and still feeling strong
  • Bits & Pieces

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Here are some notes on this and that and the other thing - including 'Meet the Producers,' 'Corteo' and 'All American'
  • Movie Time

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Here's a look at big screen releases, home movie rentals and documentary and movies of interest - including 'Goosebumps 2: Haunted…
  • A tap house with a twist

    Lake Oswego Review - My Community
    Abbott family's new not-for-profit restaurant in downtown Lake Oswego will benefit local charities
  • Lake Oswego's laughing over 'Spilt Milk'

    Lake Oswego Review - News
    Comedy show moves from Southwest Portland to a new home at the Lake Theater & Cafe
  • BRINGING 'NAPOLI' TO LIFE

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Oregon Ballet Theatre presents August Bournonville's full-length classic, which was developed in 1842 and has remained traditional in…
  • Off to tell tall tales in Tennessee

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Anne Rutherford chosen for National Storytelling Festival; she has been a storyteller for 20 years, and her alter ego on stage is…
  • Head out to catch Halloween spirit

    Portland Tribune - Features
    October is filled with haunted houses, fall fests, pumpkins galore; a new attraction is The Beneath at Veterans Memorial Coliseum
  • Bread & Brew: McMenamins has secrets you don't know

    Portland Tribune - Features
    Check out Kalama Harbor Lodge, Zeus Cafe, Grand Lodge, Imbrie Hall, Hotel Oregon and Kennedy School, among the other popular places

Sustainable Life

Fall weather perfect for tree planting

October 16, 2018 Cynthia Orlando
Brighten up your yard, provide shade and habitat with these suggested varieties

EARTHTALK: Lending a hand to access public land

October 14, 2018 Roddy Scheer and Doug Moss, EarthTalk
Dear EarthTalk: Are Any Environmental Groups Working Specifically To Increase Access To Nature And The Outdoors?-Mary Pelletier, Macon, GA

 

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