Portland News for April 29th 2013

Syracuse Crunch takes charge with 4-2 win over Portland Pirates
The Syracuse Crunch's game-breakers broke open the team's first-round playoff series against the Portland Pirates on Sunday night. Tyler Johnson and Ondrej Palat each recorded a goal and a helper to propel the Crunch to a 4-2 over Portland in Game 2 of More…

RECAP: Portland Timbers Lift the Curse
This game was going to be the toughest test for the new look Portland Timbers. Sporting Kansas City came into this game without giving up a goal at home and having only lost 5 times in 37 home games. They lead the Eastern Conference and every expert More…

Salem and Portland gardens offer year-round displays
June is prime time for roses, the fragrant flower that has led Portland to become known as the “Rose City.” The annual Portland Rose Festival has been an integral part of city life since it was first held in 1907. It comes as no surprise, then, that More…

Goals by Christine Sinclair and "super sub" Danielle Foxhoven lift Portland
The Red Stars came out with greater energy and a more aggressive attack in the second half, shifting the focus of the game back to Portland's half of the field and forcing goalkeeper Karina LeBlanc to make three saves after a more relaxed first half. More…

Sporting Kansas City 2-3 Portland Timbers: Goal glut outdoes Chance Myers
Portland flipped the script ion the second half and took the lead in the 58th minute. Rodney Wallace made an excellent run at goal from the left flank, and Diego Chara threaded a ball of matching quality. Wallace then showed great composure to finish More…

Sporting KC vs. Portland Timbers, 2013 MLS: Was this Caleb
Timbers come back from two separate deficits to hand Sporting KC a rare loss at home.
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Prison Planet.com >> Minority groups bought off in Portland as part of
J. D. Heyes Natural News April 28, 2013. Taking a page from national political parties and federal lawmakers, an Oregon group trying to convince Portland residents to approve adding fluoride to the city's drinking water has taken to buying off
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Feast Portland 2013: Bowien, Izard, Carmellini Confirmed – Eater PDX
Image of Feast 2012's Night Market courtesy Avila/EPDX The Feast Portland countdown officially starts now. The second installment of the now-annual PDX food More…

Sloppy Thunder fall to Portland
Portland stole five bases, including third three times. Trenton pitchers walked six. The four bases on balls issued by Thunder starter Francisco Rondon all scored. The most alarming play came in the Portland eighth when leadoff hitter Shannon Wilkerson … More…

FBI agents swarm SE Portland neighborhood | kgw.com Portland
A team of FBI agents dressed in combat gear accompanied by an armored vehicle executed a search warrant in Southeast Portland Friday afternoon. More…

Rentals in Portland hard to find, costly
PORTLAND — When Eva Bradford and her boyfriend began looking for an apartment in Portland's West End a few months ago, they didn't think the search would be difficult. Bradford, a 26-year-old medical student, and her boyfriend, a financial analyst More…

Police arrest woman on DUII charge after deadly Portland crash
PORTLAND, Ore. ??? Police arrested a 20-year-old Portland woman who they said was driving under the influence when she ran a red light and struck another car, killing the passenger and seriously injuring the driver. Investigators said LaShai Williams was … More…

Longtime Thornton Academy headmaster to lead Portland charter school
PORTLAND – The longtime headmaster of Saco's Thornton Academy has been named executive director of Portland's first charter school, Baxter Academy for Technology and Science. “I'm very, very excited about this opportunity,” said Carl Stasio, who More…

Red Sox option Bard back to Portland
The Red Sox optioned Daniel Bard back to Double A Portland after the game today. He appeared in two games, allowing one run on one hit with two walks and one strikeout. The Red Sox called Bard up on Tuesday to provide protection for the bullpen after More…

Portland Trail Blazers Should Demand Plenty If They Trade LaMarcus Aldridge
The latest rumor comes from the Cleveland Cavaliers who want to dangle young prospects and draft picks in front of the Blazers’ noses to lure Aldridge away from Portland. If that’s the direction the Trial Blazers want to take, it might be wise, but … More…

Portland man was prisoner of North Koreans
PORTLAND — We've all heard lots about North Korea lately, but few people have experienced that country's hospitality like Don Bailey has. You can thank God, fate or your lucky stars for that. Back on Jan. 23, 1968, Bailey was one of about 75 sailors More…

Sporting KC squanders two leads in 3-2 loss to Portland Timbers
Chance Myers staked Sporting Kansas City to leads in the first and 29th minutes Saturday at Sporting Park, but visiting Portland Timbers FC had an answer both times and claimed a 3-2 win on the strength of Rodney Wallace's 58th minute
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Portland Chiropractor Considers Nutritional Counseling Valuable to Care
PORTLAND, Ore., April 28, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Dr. Samantha Stuart, DC emphasizes that nutritional counseling can play just as vital a role in her patients' overall health as a spinal adjustment or other natural therapies. Dr. Stuart employs such More…

Portland museum displays collection of traditional paddling boats
PORTLAND — Missing are the walrus hide coverings and baleen lashings. But otherwise, the amazing kayaks on display in Southeast Portland are pretty much historically accurate. The 50 boats in the Lincoln Street Kayak and Canoe Museum, handmade in More…

Alcoholism disability claim: Can cop win this $6 million lawsuit?
Former Gresham, Ore., police officer Jason Servo in Portland, Ore.. Servo, fired for driving drunk in an unmarked police car while off-duty in January, 2011, has filed a $6 million lawsuit against the city, the police chief and others, alleging his … More…

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