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Past articles by Jamie:

Protesters pull down Thomas Jefferson statue in front of Portland high school

Sunday night protesters took down a statue of the namesake of Jefferson High School, Thomas Jefferson, America's third president who was also a slave owner. → Read More

Coronavirus in Oregon: How to properly care for and clean homemade masks

Here's how to wear and clean your homemade mask during the coronavirus pandemic in Oregon. → Read More

Shoppers don’t need to put off their grocery shopping until April 4 to help low-income Oregonians

People that participate in the federal food stamp program can receive their benefits on a range of different days during the month. → Read More

Airbnb aims to provide housing to 100,000 coronavirus responders

Airbnb is aiming to provide housing for 100,000 first responders during the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

Major League Soccer extends season postponement for another month

MLS originally announced last Thursday that it would suspend its season for at least 30 days due to the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

Kevin Durant, 3 other Brooklyn Nets players test positive for coronavirus

Kevin Durant told The Athletic’s Shams Charania that he was one of the players who tested positive. → Read More

NBA preparing for possibility of season resuming in mid-to-late June as best-case scenario: Report

The league is also not ruling out the possibility of canceling the remainder of the season, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. → Read More

Portland Thorns fans boo Donald Trump during halftime military swearing-in ceremony

A United States Armed Forces swearing-in ceremony at Wednesday’s game between the Portland Thorns and North Carolina Courage drew boos from fans at Providence Park after enlistees were asked to pledge to “obey the orders of the President of the United States.” → Read More

Portland Timbers remain above red line after critical 4-2 win over rivals Seattle Sounders

Steven Taylor and Vytas both scored their first goals for the Timbers as Portland beat the Seattle Sounders 4-2 in a key rivalry game in front of 21,144 fans at Providence Park. → Read More

Hope Solo suspended from U.S. Women's National Team for six months

Hope Solo has been suspended from the U.S. Women's National Team for six months. → Read More

Two players sent off as Portland Timbers beat Sporting Kansas City 3-0

The Portland Timbers beat Sporting Kansas City 3-0 Sunday afternoon in a game where both Timbers midfielder Diego Chara and Sporting Kansas City's Soni Mustivar were issued red cards and sent off. → Read More

Portland Timbers vs. Sporting Kansas City: Players to watch, TV channel, how to watch online

For the Portland Timbers, the players to watch are Jake Gleeson, Jermaine Taylor and Diego Valeri. For Sporting Kansas City, the players to watch are Dom Dwyer, Benny Feilhaber and Jacob Peterson. → Read More

Portland Timbers examining new stadium expansion plan that could add 3,500 seats

The Portland Timbers are in the process of examining the feasibility of a new stadium expansion plan that could add up to 3,500 seats to Providence Park. → Read More

Tobin Heath embracing leadership role with USA women's soccer ahead of third Olympic Games

Tobin Heath has always been one of the most skillful and fun-loving players on the U.S. Women's National Team, but she is also now embracing a role as a leader on the team ahead of her third Olympic games. → Read More

Portland Timbers at Sporting Kansas City: Live updates, score, TV channel, how to watch online

The Portland Timbers (7-7-8, 29 points) have kicked off against Sporting Kansas City (9-10-4, 31 points) at Children's Mercy Park in Kansas City, Kansas. Follow live updates here. → Read More

MLS suspends injured Timbers captain Liam Ridgewell for Kansas City game for missing All-Star Game

Portland Timbers captain Ridgewell will be suspended for Portland's next game against Sporting Kansas City Sunday due to a new MLS rule enacted last year to deter players from flat out skipping the All-Star Game. → Read More

ESPN's TV ratings for Major League Soccer are up 32 percent this year

MLS games on ESPN and ESPN2 have produced an average viewership of 312,000 this season, up 32 percent from 2015, the network announced Tuesday. → Read More

Nat Borchers out for remainder of Portland Timbers' season, will have surgery for Achilles injury

Portland Timbers center back Nat Borchers will undergo surgery to repair a ruptured left Achilles tendon and miss the remainder of the 2016 season. → Read More

Portland Timbers transfer goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey to Norwegian club Rosenborg BK

The Portland Timbers have transferred goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey to Norwegian club Rosenborg BK. → Read More

Portland Timbers-Seattle Sounders games always a memorable affair

The Portland-Seattle rivalry is the most storied rivalry in MLS, and the Portland Timbers are expecting an intense and physical match Sunday with some memorable moments. → Read More