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Brought to you by Rob Cook - Nancy's Floral - FLOWER INSIDER -

NANCY'S FLORAL - Rob CookIs there anything more intoxicating than the fragrant smell of freshly cut flowers? Before you answer that, take a look at our “Happy Hour” collection—available now at Nancy’s Floral!

It’s a great idea. We take a classic martini or margarita glass and fill it with brightly-colored blooms (and chocolate-covered fruit, depending on the item purchased). The result is a whimsical creation, beautiful to look at, to smell or to taste.

One of our best-selling arrangements is called “Here’s to 21.” An acrylic margarita glass is filled with a fresh fruit display, topped by pineapple slices in the shape of the number 21.

But don’t worry about it being too healthy. The strawberries, star-shaped pineapples and grape skewers are all dunked in a delicious chocolate confection with white drizzle on top. It’s a nice (and sober) way to celebrate a “legal adult’s” big day.

NANCY'S FLORAL - An intoxicating floral arrangement, available today at Nancy's Floral!Nancy’s Floral carries a variety of other “Happy Hour” options, each meant to mimic some of the most classic cocktail drinks around. Whether your drink of choice is an apple martini, blue Hawaiian, lemon drop, sangria, margarita or a cosmopolitan, Nancy’s Floral has a flowery concoction brewed just for you.

So don’t be a floral teetotaler—imbibe our flower displays today!

Nancy’s Floral

620 NE Burnside Rd, Gresham, OR 97030

(503) 716-4971

Brought to you by Deb-ee Jones - Bridge City Medical Aesthetics - AESTHETIC INSIDER -

BRIDGE CITY MEDICAL AESTHETICS - Deb-ee Jones, RNAre you looking to improve the appearance of lines and wrinkles? Does your face or neck feel saggy and need a lift? Does the thought of invasive surgeries and their long recovery times scare you? Then let me tell you about the wonderful Ulthera system, which offers minimal downtime and impressive, noticeable results, all without surgery!

Ultherapy was approved in 2009 by the FDA to non-invasively lift the brow and tighten the skin of the upper lid. Utilizing the power of sound waves, Ultherapy stimulates the body’s own response to produce new collagen. Ultherapy incorporates ultrasound imaging, allowing for visualization of the different layers of the skin. With precise targeting of the dermis at two different depths, results from Ulthera will continue to stimulate improvement for up to 6 months after treatment!

Ultherapy is commonly used to treat the brow, jawline, lips, neck and décolleté. While some bruising and swelling may occur, most patients experience little to no downtime; often patients express that they feel an immediate, tighter result.

As a certified trainer for Ulthera, I have extensive experience with Ultherapy. I know the latest techniques to alleviate discomfort while still producing the most effective results. Schedule a comprehensive, complimentary consultation today!

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1410 NE 106th Ave, Portland, OR 97220

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Brought to you by Cindy Passannante - C. P. Trips - TRAVEL INSIDER -

C.P. TRIPS - Cindy PassannanteWith jaw-dropping scenery and tons of recreational attractions, it’s no wonder that Travel Oregon named the Columbia River Gorge as part of the Seven Wonders of Oregon. With one of the iconic features of the region, the Historic Columbia River Highway, celebrating its 100th Anniversary this year, there’s no better time than now to explore the region.

The West Columbia Gorge Chamber of Commerce, of which I am a member, is putting on a number of great, family-friendly events to help celebrate. Troutdale’s 44th Annual SummerFest on July 23rd will feature a parade (including the kickoff of the Friends of the Historic Columbia River Highway Antique Car Tour) and will host live music and a variety of kid-friendly activities in Glenn Otto Park.

Troutdale, along with Cascade Locks, is also home to the 2nd Annual Fall Festival of The Arts. Running Friday, September 30th through October 2nd, the festival aims to present the thriving community of artists in the region, and will feature a silent auction, live bronze pouring, and lots of fine art displayed for sale.

Of course, with over 70 waterfalls, the Portland Women’s Forum State Scenic Viewpoint, and countless other recreational areas, the Gorge can certainly satisfy your hankering for the great outdoors. Businesses such as Rare Earth Adventures offer guided tours off the beaten path for the most adventurous of explorers.

If you’re ready to explore the Gorge, give me a call today!

C.P. Trips

Damascus, OR 97089

(503) 658-5646

Brought to you by Ken Mitchell-Phillips - The Law Offices of Ken Mitchell-Phillips - LEGAL INSIDER -

THE LAW OFFICES OF KEN MITCHELL-PHILLIPS - Ken Mitchell-PhillipsWhether you’re looking to raise capital, limit your personal liability or create a business that stands the test of time, there’s no better choice than filing articles of incorporation to form a corporation. Here are five steps to address first.

Appoint directors. Every corporation needs a board of directors to be considered legally valid, and their names should be included on the incorporation documents. Your board will have enormous influence over the future of your company, so choose wisely.

Issue stock. Every corporation must have shareholders. This means authorized (but unsold) stock must be listed in the articles of incorporation, and a formal resolution must be passed approving their sale.

Register an EIN. A Employer Identification Number (EIN) is like your business’s social security number. You’ll need it to file taxes, open a corporate bank account and (most importantly) get paid. The IRS makes it easy to obtain an EIN on their website.

Craft a shareholders’ agreement. Though not technically required, a shareholders’ agreement prevents co-founders from suddenly selling their shares to an outside interest, while also establishing contingencies if a founder loses control of their stock due to divorce or bankruptcy.

Hire a corporate lawyer. You need an experienced business attorney to draft your articles of incorporation. They will ensure your business is protected and ready to succeed.

Ken Mitchell-Phillips has decades of experience working with large Fortune 500 companies and small and medium-sized corporations. Call today!

The Law Offices of Ken Mitchell-Phillips, P.C.

1217 NE Burnside Rd, Suite 801, Gresham, OR 97080


Brought to you by Donivon McCord - McCord Construction - CONSTRUCTION INSIDER -

MCCORD CONSTRUCTION - Donivon McCordBuilding a deck is hard work, but when done right they can add tremendous value to your home. Here are five tips to get you started.

Check your codes. In Gresham, a building permit is generally not required for decks less than 30 inches above the adjacent grade (soil). There must also be three feet of clearance between the deck and the property line.

Plan your needs. Before you settle on a design, consider what size tables, chairs and grilling equipment you plan to use. Make sure you’ve adequately planned for your spacing needs.

Select a material. Cedar decks are beautiful, but need to be re-stained every few years to maintain their appearance. A composite material like Trex only needs to be power washed annually to protect your investment.

Consider trouble spots. In my experience, the No. 1 reason decks fail is when the builder improperly fastens the ledger (the horizontal board that connects the deck to your house). You also need to consider how far you can span framing joists and beams.

Now find a professional. When it comes to the safety of the friends and family who will be using your deck, “I’m pretty sure it’s safe” just doesn’t cut it. A misbuilt deck is an unsafe eyesore that subtracts value from your home, rather than adding to it.

McCord Construction is Gresham’s best choice for safe and stylish deck construction. Call today!

McCord Construction

500 NW 20th St STE 202, Gresham, OR 97030

(503) 348-2366

Brought to you by Randy Preston - Honke Heating - HEATING & COOLING INSIDER -

HONKE HEATING - Randy PrestonWhen most people think about heating their home, they imagine that they need to burn some sort of fuel (whether it's a gas-powered furnace or a wood-burning fireplace) in order to generate heat.

In reality, there’s an easy and simple way to move heat around that doesn’t require burning a fuel source. It’s called a heat pump.

Here’s how a heat pump works. In simple terms, a heat pump is a device that uses a small amount of energy to transfer heat from one place to another.

There are many types of heat pumps, but one of the most common is called an air-source heat pump. In the winter time, the outdoor condenser coil absorbs heat from the outside, (even when it is cold outside), and distributes it to the inside of your home.

There is a device in the outdoor system called a reversing valve, which in the summertime reverses the refrigerant direction. This in turn causes the refrigerant to absorb the heat from your house and then distribute it to the outside, which causes your home to cool down. When it is extremely cold outside, the heat pump is assisted by a backup heat source such as an electric or gas furnace.

There are heat pumps designed for homes with ductwork and for homes with no ductwork.

Honke Heating offers both ducted and ductless heat pumps from some of the best brands around. Give us a call today!

Honke Heating & Air Conditioning

840 NE Cleveland Ave, Gresham, OR 97030

(503) 666-3725

Brought to you by Randall Wilson, Prestige Senior Living Huntington Terrace - Retirement Living INSIDER -

RANDALL WILSON - Prestige Senior Living Huntington TerraceOlder couples sometimes find that running a household, taking care of themselves and each other has become too much of a burden.

Prestige Care communities offer options for couples, even when level-of-care requirements differ.

Couples can choose studio or one-bedroom apartments. All have kitchenettes with compact-sized refrigerator/freezers and microwaves. All meals are served in the dining room, unless a resident is unwell or requests to have room trays delivered to them as part of their service plan.

For each resident, regardless of marital status or cohabitation, a level-of-care assessment is done. A comprehensive service plan is tailored to each, with all activities of daily living considered — including dressing, bathing, grooming, elimination, mobility, reminders and medication management.

Care needs are assessed and a service plan is developed for each of our residents. Certain services cannot be supported in Assisted Living and require Skilled Nursing or Alzheimer’s care. When in search of a community to live in, make sure to ask for details about next-level care.

We invite you to visit our community for a free tour. Call today to reserve a time!

Prestige Senior Living - Huntington Terrace

1410 NE Cleveland Ave, Gresham, Oregon 97030

(503) 465-1404

Brought to you by Dr. Ryan Thomas - Hillcrest Chiropractic - CHIROPRACTIC INSIDER -

HILLCREST CHIROPRACTIC - Dr. Ryan ThomasIt is another ordinary day and you are idling in traffic when—out of nowhere—another vehicle crashes into your rear bumper.

At the moment of impact, your head immediately begins to lag behind the rest of your body as your body lunges forward with your car. Your body quickly stops due to your seatbelt but your head is now coming forward catching up to your body’s new position. The whipping motion your neck experiences is similar to a whip being cracked, hence the term “whiplash.”

The whipping motion you experienced is over in microseconds. You step out of your car, already worrying about damage to your vehicle. Thankfully, you were at a full stop and the other driver was slowing prior to impact, so there is no visible damage. If your car is fine, you must be too, right?


Many people assume they cannot have whiplash if their car was not severely damaged. In reality, the material in your car is designed to absorb energy from impacts at low speeds. If your rear bumper did not crumple, that energy was directly transferred to you and may result in a neck injury.

If you have developed neck or back pain after a “minor” car accident, please consider scheduling a consultation at Hillcrest Chiropractic Clinic. With his advanced training, Dr. Thomas is able to diagnosis, treat and manage your injuries, and put you on the path toward optimal health.

Hillcrest Chiropractic Clinic

329 NE Hood Ave, Gresham, OR 97030

(503) 491-0388

Brought to you by Doug Lepper - Crown Carpets - CARPET INSIDER -

CROWN CARPETS - Doug LepperGetting a rough idea of how much carpet you will need for a project is pretty simple, but a precise figure can be more difficult to come by. Unless you're experienced with carpet you should get a professional to give you a precise estimate.


Let's say your room is 10 feet by 10 feet. That's 100 square feet. But if you bought 100 square feet you would have to do a lot of cutting and seaming to cover this room. Here's why: Carpet normally comes 12 feet wide, so buying 100 square feet would mean the length would be 8 feet 4 inches (100 divided by 12 = 8.33 feet). So purchasing 100 square feet of carpet would require cutting the extra 2 feet off the side and then seaming it onto the end of the 8 foot 4 inch length as five pieces, each 2 feet wide by 1 foot 8 inches wide, to fit the 10 X 10 room. To avoid all those seams, the better method is to buy a piece of carpet that is 12 feet wide and 10 feet long—120 square feet—and discard the 2 foot excess.

Confused? No worries… just call Crown Carpets. We’ll send out an estimator who will measure your rooms and calculate the amount of carpet needed. This service is absolutely free and you are not obligated to buy anything unless you are ready to.

Crown Carpets

21655 SE Stark, Gresham, OR 97030

(503) 665-4162

Brought to you by Randy and Dori DeLaunay - Creative Visions Landscapes - LANDSCAPING INSIDER -

CREATIVE VISIONS LANDSCAPES - Dori and Randy DeLaunayOrnamental ponds and water gardens make an excellent addition to any yard. However, ponds require a delicate touch (and common sense) to ensure proper equilibrium. Here are five tips to get you started.

Plan before you dig. Don’t start digging before you have a complete game plan in mind. Many people get in over their heads without knowing the final cost first. We can help you build a pond that fits your budget and expectations.

Know your equipment. Essential pond equipment includes a liner, pump, filter and pipe. Skimmers can be used to significantly reduce pump clogging, making pond maintenance easy and convenient. UV lights can be used to eliminate green water without chemicals.

Beware predators. Ponds are frequently visited by hungry critters such as herons and raccoons. To keep your fish safe, plan for at least part of your pond to be three feet deep. For shallower ponds, you can easily build a hiding tube or fish cave out of bricks and rock.

Go for green. Plants are a fantastic way to enhance your pond. They absorb harmful nutrients from the water, shade the pond and attract other wildlife.

Let us troubleshoot. Ponds may have issues from time to time. Luckily, we’ve seen and heard it all. We provide water tests and pond advice at no cost. Mention this ad and get 20 percent off your next purchase!

Creative Visions Landscapes and Water Garden Center

9965 SE Orient Drive, Boring, OR

(503) 663-5483

Brought to you by Marie Nicholson - Cherry Park Plaza - SENIOR LIVING INSIDER -

CHERRY PARK PLAZA - Marie NicholsonAt Cherry Park Plaza, we believe that giving active, independent seniors the option to eat well and work out regularly is crucial to supporting a healthy community.

One thing we focus on particularly is diabetes. If you don’t know, diabetes is a chronic condition that hampers the body’s ability to process blood sugar (type II) or drastically decreases the amount of insulin produced by the pancreas (type I).

By age 60, one out of four Americans has some form of diabetes, while perhaps another 50 percent of seniors have unhealthy levels of glucose in their blood (also known as prediabetes).

These numbers are growing. Over 400,000 seniors age 65 and older are diagnosed with diabetes annually.

At Cherry Park, we take the health of our residents seriously. That’s why our chef ensures that every meal comes with healthy substitutions and diet-friendly options like fruit, sugar-free desserts and whole grain bread.

Cherry Park also offers professionally-led, senior-oriented exercise programs. I always tell our newer residents to forget about the exercise—it’s really just a great way to meet people.

But, in reality, studies show that diet and exercise are key to warding off prediabetes, or lessening your symptoms if you already have it.

At Cherry Park, we truly care about the health and wellness of all our residents. But when we say “independent” living, we mean it. And that includes the freedom to cheat on your diet.

Cherry Park Plaza

(503) 491-1661

1323 SW Cherry Park Rd, Troutdale, OR 97060

Brought to you by Dan Schofield, Weston Kia - Automobile INSIDER -

WESTON KIA - Dan SchofieldAre you a recent college graduate, or expect to toss your mortarboard in the next six months?

Weston Kia congratulates you on your achievement and invites you to check out its Kia College Grad Program at

We offer lots of incentives for you to get into a new Kia — perfect for job interviews, commuting to work — or first, maybe a road trip to enjoy your freedom.

Because you’re used to living on a budget, we’re offering a $400 discount incentive and 90-day deferred payments when you buy a car. Special deals for grads are also offered on leased vehicles.

Just visit Weston Kia with the following items:

· A copy of your diploma or a letter from your college or university’s registrar’s office stating that you graduated within the past two years, or will graduate within the next six months.

· Proof of employment (such as a pay stub) or an offer letter from a potential employer.

Jim Weston founded the dealership in 1975. It grew over the years, but maintained its tradition of superior customer care. Sixteen years ago, Weston added Kia to its lineup and has become one of the top Kia dealerships in the nation.

Weston Kia opened a new state-of-the-art dealership in 2007. Its parts and service department is among the largest in the region. Offering service and parts for all makes and models of vehicles, Weston is a great choice for all your vehicle’s needs.

Weston Kia

22309 SE Stark St.

Gresham OR 97030


Gresham's Sports

July 22, 2016

Lee returns home to shape next generation

by Parker Lee
Since my first day as a sports reporter for the Outlook, Sandy Post and Estacada News, I figure I have written somewhere in the neighborhood of about 1,000 articles. This one has been the toughest to write, by far. When I loaded up the moving van…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - GreyWolves starter Zach Robinson fires a throw to the plate, while Corvallis runner Zak Taylor takes off to steal second base.
July 22, 2016

Knights even series with GreyWolves

by David Ball
Gresham does all of its scoring in the seventh inning WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLThursday, July 21 Team Score Corvallis Knights7Gresham GreyWolves3 The Gresham GreyWolves failed to produce timely hits during a 7-3 loss to Corvallis on Thursday night.…
July 21, 2016

GreyWolves walk past Knights

by Parker Lee
Corvallis pitchers walk home four runs and issue 14 total base on balls to the GreyWolves A night after participating in Tuesday’s West Coast League All-Star Game, Gresham center fielder Ryan Smith had a little all-star flare left to flash. With two…

THE OUTLOOK: PARKER LEE - Greshams Konnor Zickefoose fires a throw across the infield.
July 21, 2016

GreyWolves walk past Knights

by Parker Lee
Corvallis pitchers walk four runs home and issue 14 total walks to the GreyWolves WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLWednesday, July 20 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves6Corvallis Knights4 A night after participating in Tuesday’s West Coast League All-Star Game,…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - GreyWolves coach Justin Barchus has Gresham in contention for a WCL playoff spot heading into the final weeks of the summer season.
July 20, 2016

Barchus Family Matters

by Parker Lee
GreyWolves head coach Justin Barchus and infielder Jordan Barchus strike a balance in their coach-player, brother-brother relationship Just a few weeks into the Gresham GreyWolves’ season, head coach Justin Barchus knew the team needed to make…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Cody Anderson fires a pitch during Advanced Metals 11-7 win over Rex Putnam on Saturday.
July 20, 2016

Advanced Metals takes two in league finale

by David Ball
The eastside summer squad earns a share of the area title AAA LEGIONSummer baseball Team Score Advanced Metals11Taylor Electric7 MILWAUKIE — The Advanced Metals AAA legion baseball team kept knocking the ball to the outfield fence to power past…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Greshams Ben Klenke connected on a two-run double for the teams only hit in a six-run, eighth inning Friday.
July 16, 2016

GreyWolves erupt in 8th at Volcanoes Stadium

by David Ball
Gresham rallies past the Perth Heat in an exhibition game in Salem WEST COAST LEAGUEExhibition game — Friday, July 15 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves11Perth Heat, Australia9 The Gresham GreyWolves kept their strong second half moving with an 11-9…
July 14, 2016

What you need to know about Turner and Ezeli

by Kerry Eggers
Evan Turner’s four-year, $70 million contract is the second-most lucrative in Portland history behind that of teammate Damian Lillard (five years, $139 million). Brandon Roy made $68.7 million on a deal that covered four years (2011-15). LaMarcus…
THE OUTLOOK: JOSH KULLA - Mark Cardinalli slaps hands with Matt Karo after coming in to score for a brief 2-0 GreyWolves lead in the second inning.
July 14, 2016

HarbourCats split first two with Gresham

by Parker Lee
WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLWednesday, July 13 Team Score Victoria Harbourcats12Gresham GreyWolves4 The Gresham GreyWolves started the second half of the West Coast League summer season hotter than anyone, winning six of their first seven games, but…
July 14, 2016

HarbourCats slash Gresham

by Parker Lee
The GreyWolves allow five unearned runs and leave 13 runners on base in blowout loss The Gresham GreyWolves started the second half of the West Coast League summer season hotter than anyone, winning six of their first seven games, but the Victoria…
THE OUTLOOK: PARKER LEE - Members of the 1971 team met for a reunion last weekend at Gresham Golf Course - from left, Jill Mickeleit-Barnett, Katherine Young-Robyn, coach Mike Galloway, Joyce Bush-Allen and Paula Nelson-Rice.
July 14, 2016

Where are they now? 1971 Reynolds girls golf

by Parker Lee
Where Are They Now?Summer series Team Score 1971 Reynolds girls golf team0 To say the first girls golf team in Reynolds High history was inexperienced when it started out in 1969 would be more than generous. “We didn’t know what we were doing,”…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Sam Crouser returned home to entertain the Hayward Field crowd once more, finishing fourth in the javelin and gaining a spot on Team USA.
July 09, 2016

Sam Crouser claims Olympic javelin spot

by Howie Stalwick
EUGENE -- American javelin throwers like Cyrus Hostetler and Sam Crouser earn little respect outside the United States. It’s difficult for Hostetler and Crouser to protest too loudly, since the 18 leading javelin throwers in the world are…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DAVID BLAIR - Ryan Crouser celebrates his triumph in the shot put and Olympic team berth.
July 09, 2016

Ryan Crouser, Galen Rupp share center stage

by Kerry Eggers
EUGENE — The Mt. Hood Conference couldn’t have been better-represented during Friday’s opening day of the U.S. Olympic track and field trials before a sun-splashed Hayward Field throng of 20,897. Two champions were crowned, and both were Portlanders…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Greshams Ryan Smith made a team-high seven catches in center field during the GreyWolves 3-1 win in Kelowna on Friday.
July 09, 2016

GreyWolves claim season's first sweep

by David Ball
Gresham takes three from Kelowna to begin the second half of the WCL schedule WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLFriday, July 8 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves3Kelowna Falcons1 The Gresham GreyWolves scored its first series sweep of the season last week in…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Meadow McWhorter talks with Tiara Champ before an at-bat during Mt. Hoods run to the Northwest tournament title in May.
July 12, 2016

McWhorter makes move to the Big Sky

by David Ball
Mt. Hood CC's championship coach fills the head softball vacancy at Portland State Meadow McWhorter is jumping on board with Portland State for what she hopes is a long voyage with the Vikings' softball program. McWhorter established a perennial…
July 08, 2016

GreyWolves on verge of a series sweep

by David Ball
Rilyn Lewchuk improves to 3-0 on the mound WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLThursday, July 7 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves6Kelowna Falcons4The Gresham GreyWolves turned away a two-out rally in the ninth inning to defeat Kelowna 6-4 on Thursday night.…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Gresham coach Justin Barchus waits at third for the arrival of Ryan Rodriguez, who connected for two hits, including a double Wednesday night against Kelowna.
July 06, 2016

Gresham opens second half with a win

by David Ball
WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLWednesday, July 6 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves3Kelowna Falcons2 The Gresham GreyWolves started the second half of the West Coast League season in the right foot with a 3-2 road win in Kelowna on Wednesday night. GreyWolves…
THE OUTLOOK: PARKER LEE - GreyWolves pitcher Gabe Benavides fires a throw to the plate during Sunday nights 5-3 loss to Walla Walla in a series opener.
July 03, 2016

Gloves betray GreyWolves

by Parker Lee
Walla Walla scores two unearned runs on three Gresham errors in Sunday's series opener WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLSunday, July 3 Team Score Walla Walla Sweets5Gresham GreyWolves3 GreyWolves left-hander Gabe Benavides limited the Walla Walla Sweets to…
July 02, 2016

Ryan Crouser ready for shot at Rio Olympics

by Kerry Eggers
There’s no better indication of Ryan Crouser’s readiness for the U.S. Olympic trials than his performance Sunday during a qualifying meet at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California. The former Barlow High standout threw the shot…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Sam Crouser won two NCAA javelin titles while an Oregon Duck.
July 02, 2016

Despite injury, Sam Crouser takes javelin aim at U.S. Olympic team

by Kerry Eggers
There is an element of both good and bad to Sam Crouser’s bid for a berth on the U.S. Olympic team that will compete at Rio de Janeiro in August. The good part is the national prep javelin record-holder out of Gresham High holds one of three Olympic…
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Gresham High graduate Ryan Jacobs zeroes in on a target. He finishes second in the three-position event at last weeks U.S. Nationals.
July 02, 2016

Jacobs secures spot on Team USA rifle squad

by David Ball
The Gresham High graduate takes second at the U.S. Nationals meet Gresham High graduate Ryan Jacobs, a junior at the Air Force Academy, earned his red, white and blue jacket picking up a spot on the Team USA rifle team after his silver medal finish…
PHOTO COURTESY: THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA - Barlow High graduate Nick Thorne finished 18th in his opening event, the 400 medley, at the U.S. Olympic swim trials in Omaha, Nebraska.
July 02, 2016

Thorne dives into his first U.S. swim trials

by David Ball
The water was still blue and the goggles were still snug, but something was different when Nick Thorne stepped onto the starting blocks for his first appearance at the U.S. Olympic swim trials earlier this week. “It's electrifying,” he said. “To be…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - GreyWolves manager Justin Barchus keeps his eye on the action. Gresham is tied for third place in the South Division heading into the weekend.
July 01, 2016

GreyWolves start series in Kitsap with a win

by David Ball
Konnor Zickefoose delivers the winning runs in a pinch-hit appearance WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLWednesday, June 29 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves4Kitsap Bluejackets1 The Kitsap Bluejackets went to the bullpen over and over again in the eighth inning,…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Centennials Trevor Thornton lays out to try and block a point-after attempt. The South won the all-star game 16-14.
July 09, 2016

Kicker delivers win for South

by David Ball
LES SCHWAB BOWLAll-star football Team Score South16North14 HILLSBORO — The South all-stars relied on their no-so-secret weapon to score a 16-14 win in Saturday’s Les Schwab Bowl football game. Trailing by one and stuck inside its own 10-yard line,…
June 25, 2016

AppleSox drop GreyWolves again

by Parker Lee
Wenatchee scores five two-out runs in the sixth inning on its way to taking Game 2 of the three-game set Gresham GreyWolves starter David Wallum had tip-toed around trouble all night. He allowed three hits and a few walks in the first five innings…

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THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Corbett High junior Rhiley Fritz was a main player in soccer, basketball and track for the Cardinals in 2015-16.
Jun 30, 2016

Fritz brings a fire to the arena

by David Ball
Corbett High junior Rhiley Fritz was about to take the biggest shot of her life when she stepped onto the basketball court and stood next to Michael Jordan — the Hall-of-Fame, six-time NBA…
THE OUTLOOK: PARKER LEE - Jeffrey Mitchell Jr. makes a diving attempt to get in front of a ball in the outfield.
Jun 20, 2016

Ninth inning is kind to GreyWolves

by Parker Lee
Gresham rallies for six runs in the bottom of the ninth to shock Kelowna WEST COAST LEAGUESaturday, June 18 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves6Kelowna5 The Gresham GreyWolves notched their most…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - GreyWolves shortstop Michael Breen leans in to apply the tag on Kelownas Lane Lacrone during Fridays 3-2 home win.
Jun 18, 2016

GreyWolves steal home for the win

by David Ball
Gresham emerges over Kelowna in a 12-inning thriller WEST COAST LEAGUEFriday, June 17 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves3Kelowna Falcons ... 12 innings2 The Gresham GreyWolves had stranded 15 runners…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: TAL VOLK - Liam Ridgewell attempts to score for the Portland Timbers.
Jun 16, 2016

Timbers nearly perfect

by Nathanael Meadowcroft
Things could not have gone much better for the Portland Timbers on Tuesday night. Behind a youthful attack and a near-perfect defensive effort, they defeated the San Jose Earthquakes 2-0 before…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Mike Barrett (left) and Mike Rice wont be back behind the mike as Trail Blazers broadcasters.
Jun 16, 2016

A dark day for Blazers; now, what's next?

by Kerry Eggers
After Wednesday’s somewhat stunning palace coup of the broadcasting team of the Trail Blazers, what next? And why? Let’s address the latter first. Television play-by-play man Mike Barrett and…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Greshams Drew Curtis went 3-for-9 at the plate during the first two games of a road trip in Victoria, B.C.
Jun 17, 2016

GreyWolves drop first two in Victoria

by David Ball
WEST COAST LEAGUEWednesday, June 15 Team Score Victoria Harbourcats9Gresham GreyWolves5 The Gresham GreyWolves caught fire in the late innings, but it was too late to erase a big early deficit…
PAMPLIN MEDIA: CHRIS ONSTOTT - Barlow High basketball coach Tom Johnson was honored for outstanding sportsmanship at the Oregon Athletic Coaches Association banquet last month.
Jun 18, 2016

Johnson honored with sportsmanship award

by David Ball
Barlow High boys basketball coach Tom Johnson is among Oregon’s leaders when it comes to all-time wins, but last month he was honored for something far beyond victories when he received the…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Greshams Jordan Barchus returns to the dugout with the handle of a broken bat after scoring on Ty Wyatts grounder through the right side for the teams first run.
Jun 11, 2016

Pippins erupt in the seventh inning

by David Ball
Yakima Valley scores seven runs in the last three innings to beat Gresham 9-3 WEST COAST LEAGUEFriday, June 10 Team Score Yakima Valley9Gresham3 The Gresham GreyWolves held the upper hand most…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Greshams Ryan Smith went 1 for 5 at the plate and scored a run in Thursdays 4-3 loss to Yakima Valley.
Jun 10, 2016

Promising rally comes up short

by David Ball
GreyWolves leave the winning run at second base in 4-3 loss to Yakima Valley WEST COAST LEAGUEThursday, June 9 Team Score Yakima Valley Pippins4Gresham GreyWolves3 The Gresham GreyWolves took a…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Greshams Ryan Rodriguez turns to the dugout after coming home with the teams first run in the fourth inning Wednesday night.
Jun 08, 2016

GreyWolves rally comes up one hit short

by David Ball
Gresham suffers a 7-5 loss to Cowlitz in the series finale WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLWednesday, June 8 Team Score Cowlitz7Gresham5 The Gresham GreyWolves struggled to get started Wednesday night…
THE OUTLOOK: PARKER LEE - GreyWolves starter Andrew Heideman scattered six hits through eight innings during the teams 3-1 home win over Cowlitz on Tuesday night.
Jun 07, 2016

GreyWolves halt Cowlitz to stay perfect

by Parker Lee
Gresham starter Andrew Heideman goes eight innings to lead the GreyWolves to their fourth straight win to opan their first season WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLTuesday, June 7 Team Score Gresham…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - GreyWolves left fielder Jeffrey Mitchell hit 4-for-5, bringing in the winning run with a bases-loaded single in the sixth inning.
Jun 07, 2016

GreyWolves claim West Coast opener

by David Ball
Cowlitz suffers its first loss of the summer WEST COAST LEAGUEMonday, June 6 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves9Cowlitz Black Bears4 The Cowlitz Black Bears had their eyes on maintaining a perfect…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - More than 500 fans turned out to take in Opening Night with the Gresham GreyWolves, which ended in a 4-2 win over Thurston County.
Jun 06, 2016

Break out the growls and CrackerJacks

by Parker Lee
It was a night filled with water balloons, licorice ropes and a good share of howling, as Gresham welcomed its newest team to town Friday night at Oslund Field. A long line of ticket buyers…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Greshams Marc Mumper supplied a two-run double as part of the teams six-run burst in the third inning.
Jun 04, 2016

Curtis hits a homer to power GreyWolves rally

by David Ball
Gresham completes a sweep over Thurston County with a 9-2 win Saturday. WCL BASEBALLNonleague game Team Score Gresham GreyWolves9Thurston County Senators2 The Gresham GreyWolves finished off a…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Gresham's Marc Mumper attempts to slide in during the team's fourth-inning rally. He was tagged out on the play, but not before the GreyWolves had built an early 4-0 lead.
Jun 04, 2016

GreyWolves greet Gresham with a win

by David Ball
WEST COAST LEAGUEBaseball Team Score Gresham GreyWolves4Thurston County Senators2 It was a night packed with licorice ropes, a water balloon toss and a victory, as the Gresham GreyWolves scored…
THE OUTLOOK: PARKER LEE - Gresham GreyWolves coach Justin Barchus addressed his team for the first time during Wednesdays practice session.
Jun 04, 2016

GreyWolves seeking unity early in season

by Parker Lee
In most cases, baseball teams two days away from opening day will discuss topics such as hit-and-run situations or pitching matchups. With their first game about 48 hours away, the Gresham…
PAMPLIN MEDIA: JAIME VALDEZ - Drew Eubanks will join Beavers teammate Stevie Thompson Jr., as part of a Pac-12 all-star team on a tour through Austrailia this summer.
Jun 01, 2016

Eubanks headed overseas for summer

by Kerry Eggers
CORVALLIS — At Oregon State, life without Gary Payton II began on March 19, the day after a 75-67 loss to Virginia Commonwealth in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Payton II was OSU’s…
SANDY POST: PARKER LEE - Mt. Hoods Mitchell Rose accepts the teams South Region championship trophy before their quarterfinal loss to Pierce in Thursdays NWAC tournament.
Jun 01, 2016

Gloves betray Mt. Hood in opener

by Parker Lee
NWAC BASEBALLQuarterfinals Team Score Pierce10Mt. Hood CC2 One nightmare inning delivered a major blow to the Mt. Hood Saints’ hopes at a title run before that run ever really got started. Mt.…
THE OUTLOOK: PARKER LEE - The GreyWolves are ready to play their first game in franchise history Friday night at Oslund Field.
Jun 01, 2016

GreyWolves ready for first pitch

by David Ball
The Gresham GreyWolves are ready to throw out the first pitch in franchise history when they take to Oslund Field at Mt. Hood CC on Friday night to open the 2016 summer baseball season. The…
TIMES PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Westview's Luke Pilat and the second-ranked Wildcats host No. 10 West Salem in the Class 6A state quarterfinals at 5 p.m. Friday at Westview High School on Friday.
May 27, 2016

Check out the baseball and softball playoff games we'll cover…

by Miles Vance
Now it gets real. With the state's best high school baseball and softball teams moving into state quarterfinals today, it really is the best of the best playing for the biggest stakes of the…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Barlows Katie Ostgarden looks to out run an infield hit during Mondays 1-0 playoff win over Roosevelt.
Jun 01, 2016

Bruins post shutout during opening round

by David Ball
6A SOFTBALLFirst-round playoff Team Score Barlow1Roosevelt0 DELTA PARK — Third base had been swallowing up runners all day, but Barlow’s Nisha Khatewoda escaped that fate in the late stages of…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Mt. Hood CC rookies Maddy Newkirk, left, Jazmayne Williams keep things loud and fun in the Saints dugout.
Jun 01, 2016

The 'Auz and Jazz' Show

by David Ball
The Delta Park public address system was blaring dance music while officials lined the field before Monday’s NWAC softball championship game. Mt. Hood CC’s Jazmayne Williams heard the beat and…
SANDY POST: DAVID BALL - Mt. Hood CC catcher Darian Lindsey jumps into the arms of pitcher Kayla Byers after a strikeout ended Mondays 7-2 championship game victory.
Jun 01, 2016

No doubt - Saints take title

by David Ball
NWAC SOFTBALLChampionship game Team Score Mt. Hood CC7Douglas College2 Mt. Hood CC’s softball team finished with a flourish to take down Douglas College 7-2 and claim its fifth Northwest title…
THE OUTLOOK: PARKER LEE - The Raiders Caleb Nutting puts the tag on a Tualatin runner at second base.
Jun 01, 2016

Raiders break first-round curse

by Parker Lee
6A BASEBALLFirst-round playoff Team Score Reynolds4Tualatin0 Qualifying for the playoffs hasn’t been much of an issue for the Reynolds baseball team in recent years. The Raiders have been a…
SANDY POST: DAVID BALL - Mt. Hood CC teammates Danelle Woodcock and Kinnah Rhodes come to the finish line for a 1-2 finish in the 100-meter dash.
Jun 01, 2016

Mt. Hood's Woodcock earns top-point honors

by David Ball
Danelle Woodcock’s opponents at the Northwest Athletic Conference track championships learned that the only way to beat her was to not allow her to run. The Barlow High product, a rookie a Mt.…