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SOLVE, Subaru team for 1st-ever Willamette River cleanup

KOIN Community 8/9 11:00A Tim Steele
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- For the better part of 50 years, SOLVE has been at the forefront of cleaning up Oregon, organizing volunteers to help keep the state beautiful. Now SOLVE is calling all boaters, kayakers, stand-up paddleboarders and other...

Northwest Children's Theater eyes Broadway

Portland Tribune 7/20 9:00P Joseph Gallivan
Longtime Portland children's theater will start 2023 in a slick new space downtown dubbed The Judy When Northwest Children s Theater and School ( NWCTS )announced it was moving from the former church...

Stuart Wells Joins Portland Audubon as New Executive Director

Portland Monthly (News & Profiles) 7/18 1:30P Michelle Harris
Wells is looking to increase community involvement in wildlife conservation and education. The location set beside Forest Park is one of the oldest Audubon chapters in the country.

Daily Life: 'Black in Oregon' opens at Pittock Mansion

Portland Tribune 7/17 9:00P Jason Vondersmith
Check back here for daily updates on happenings in the Metro Life entertainment and cultural world. WEDNESDAY, JULY 20 Black in Oregon The Oregon Black Pioneers traveling exhibit Black in Oregon:...

Sisters of the Road to honor Genny Nelson July 27

Portland Tribune (News) 7/11 9:00P Joseph Gallivan
Cofounder of the café in Old Town that still serves meals for $1.25 will be memorialized at 5 p.m. at Temple Beth Israel in Northwest Portland.

Sisters of the Road to honor Genny Nelson July 27

Portland Tribune 7/11 9:00P Joseph Gallivan
Cofounder of the café in Old Town that still serves meals for $1.25 will be memorialized at 5 p.m. at Temple Beth Israel in Northwest Portland. Staff at the famous Old Town caf Sisters of the Road...

Portland Pride, a KOIN 6 Special

KOIN Community 6/28 3:30P Tim Steele
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- Pride has been on full display in Portland throughout the month of June. Join 'Everyday Northwest' host Ashley Howard for a 30-minute special with highlights from the 2022 Pride Parade in Portland. The special airs at 7...

Union Gospel Mission to break ground on new facility

KOIN Community 6/22 5:00A Tim Steele
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- Ground will be broken Wednesday afternoon for the Union Gospel Mission's new home for women and children. The $17.8 million project, slated to open in 2023, will allow the Union Gospel Mission to double their capacity in...

STREET LIVES: Homeless youth prepare for summer

Portland Tribune 6/21 9:00P Joseph Gallivan
Swept again, ice fishing tent trans threesome lands under the freeway, with cat Bass, a trans man (he/him), moved to Portland from Ohio five years ago. I heard there was a lot more trans care and a...

A Celebration of Portland Parks

Portland Monthly (News & Profiles) 6/17 8:06A Michelle Harris
A thank-you note to the hiking trails of Forest Park, the playground of Wilshire and Arbor Lodge, the smell of roses in Washington and Peninsula Parks, and more

Nexstar cares: KOIN, SOLVE team up for Portland

KOIN Community 6/17 6:49A Tim Steele
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — KOIN 6 staff and employees join together with SOLVE on Friday to cleanup downtown Portland, the waterfront and the surrounding neighborhood. The downtown cleanup event is part of Nexstar Nation’s Founder’s Day of Caring...

'Bee City U.S.A.' designation brings Tualatin community together

KOIN Community 6/16 2:48P Elizabeth Dinh
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- In 45 states, there are cities and school campuses that are part of what's called Bee City USA. We have a few of them here in our area, including Tualatin. Tualatin City Councilor Bridget Brooks -- affectionately called...

Five Things for Thursday, including Buoy's rebound and a best bar in the US

Portland Business Journal 6/16 5:25A Christopher Bjorke
Good morning. Here we go with Five Things for Thursday. Buoy Beer is down but not out. The photo of the Astoria brewery's collapsed roof was dramatic, but the company said Wednesday it is working on plans to keep the beer flowing. Despite the...

How Meals on Wheels People are working with Blues Fest

KOIN Community 6/15 8:01A Emily Burris
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- As the countdown continues to the 35th Annual Waterfront Blues Festival, we're focusing on one of the organizations benefitting from the event - Meals on Wheels People. The organization works to feed thousands of...
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