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Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon will build new elementary school on Valley Catholic's Beaverton campus 6:57 PM
The 79-year-old convent is outdated. A new, 67,000-square-foot school is estimated to cost around $18 million and be open by Fall 2011.
- Audit shows businesses owned by white men dominated Portland minority contract program 12:00 AM
- Portlander uses plastic bottles to build classrooms, community in Guatemala 8:22 PM
- Southern Oregon soldier among four killed in Afghanistan 7:51 PM
- Oregon motorists hang up and drive 7:45 PM
- New management means Tualatin Valley Housing Partners complex in Tigard may avoid wrecking ball 6:40 PM
- Oregon among national leaders in number of assisted living facilities 1:01 AM
TODAY'S NEWS STORIES
Keoki Rosimo lost his footing and fell off the platform in front of the train as it began to leave the station. He landed between the track and the platform, and the train's two cars passed over him.
Wednesday biz roundup: PUC shuffle, banks face fresh trouble, Adidas closes Pearl District store 6:56 AM
Also: Minority businesses aren't getting the lion's share of city contracts steered toward them, and Oregon motorists appear to be taking the cell-phone driving ban seriously.
The Grizzlies end the game on a 13-1 run, leaving the Blazers locker room stunned and angry.
THE STUMP -- OPINION
Of all times, of all things, the Democrats in the Oregon Legislature chose now, in the throes of one of the worst recessions in history, to make business an enemy. Measure 66 and Measure 67 insist that Oregonians pick a side, to accept one lousy, harmful choice or the other. No, we won't do it. You shouldn't, either.
A half-dozen Web sites, most of them fairly new, guide visitors around the best of the Northwest outdoors.
Lingering problems from a fire spur chef Daniel Mondok to search for a new home for his celebrated Portland restaurant.
Staffers and contributors reveal what food finds we're obsessed with, what restaurants we can't stay away from, what's cooking on TV and the Web, and a whole lot more. We also offer a deja vu of our best recipes from 2009.
HOMES & GARDENS
Deer-resistant plants 5:29 AM
The list of deer-resistant plants is quite extensive. But remember, what deer eat depends on the deer and how hungry it is. We've listed some of our favorites, plus where to go for more help.
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