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Independent Party of Oregon faces major/minor test next week
Author: Claire Withycombe/Oregon Capital Bureau
Oregon's third-largest political party expected to go back to minor status - for now. That's OK with them.

The Independent Party of Oregon is preparing for a return to the minor leagues.

Four years ago, the party became the state's third major political party, having accrued the needed share of ...

Sunday TV, radio
Author: Portland Tribune
The Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of sports on the air locally on Aug. 18

Timbers

Atlanta at Portland, 7 p.m., FS1, KXTG (750 AM, 102.9 FM)

Mariners

Seattle at Toronto, 10 a.m., Root Sports NW, KXTG (750 AM, 102.9 FM)

Hops

Tri-City at Hillsboro, 4 p.m., KPOJ (620 AM)

MLB

L.A. ...

Sunday sports events
Author: Portland Tribune
The Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings for Aug. 18

Timbers

Atlanta at Portland, 7 p.m.

Mariners

Seattle at Toronto, 10 a.m.

Hops

Tri-City at Hillsboro, 4 p.m.

WCL

Championship series — Victoria at Corvallis, 5 p.m., Game 3

Seahawks

Seattle at Minnesota, 5 p.m.

College men's soccer

Oregon ...

Beavers start to believe in their rebuilt defense
Author: Kerry Eggers
By Kerry Eggers/Portland Tribune/One linebacker says against the run Oregon State '10 times better'

CORVALLIS — The feel is better. The look is better. The depth is greater. The confidence runs deeper.

And, man, were members of the Oregon State defense in high spirits during Friday night's scrimmage at Reser Stadium. ...

Project ends, MAX trains back on schedule
Author: Jim Redden
TriMet completes wok on the Lloyd MAX Improvements project that disrupted light rail travel for two weeks

All MAX trains went back to regular schedules Sunday following a two-week disruption for the Lloyd MAX Improvements project.

The project had affected on MAX trains in TriMet's service district.

TriMet said crews ...

Gresham police investigating Sunday homicide
Author: Jim Redden
Public is asked for any information on man whose body was found near Northeast Wilkes Road and Northeast 181st Avenue

Gresham police are investigating the apparent killing of a man whose body was found near an intersection Sunday morning.

Police did not immediately release the name of the victim or any ...

Beavers start to believe in their rebuilt defense
Author: Kerry Eggers
By Kerry Eggers/Portland Tribune/One linebacker says against the run Oregon State '10 times better'

CORVALLIS — The feel is better. The look is better. The depth is greater. The confidence runs deeper.

And, man, were members of the Oregon State defense in high spirits during Friday night's scrimmage at Reser Stadium. ...

Public asked to help find missing Gresham boy
Author: Jim Redden
Dominic Guenther, 12, was last seen late Saturday night and may be trying to reach family in Salem

Gresham police are asking for the public's help in locating a missing 12-year-old boy who left his home in the late evening hours of Saturday, Aug. 17.

Dominic Guenther is a white male, ...

Independent Party of Oregon faces major/minor test
Author: Claire Withycombe/Oregon Capital Bureau
Oregon's third-largest political party expected to go back to minor status - for now. That's OK with them.

The Independent Party of Oregon is preparing for a return to the minor leagues.

Four years ago, the party became the state's third major political party, having accrued the needed share of ...

Public asked to help find missing Gresham boy
Author: Jim Redden
Dominic Guenther, 12, was last seen late Saturday night and may be trying to reach family in Salem

Gresham police are asking for the public's help in locating a missing 12-year-old boy who left his home in the late evening hours of Saturday, Aug. 17.

Dominic Guenther is a white male, ...

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