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Stories in our November Issue

COVER STORY: Blake Peterson, Character Counts – November 2020

By ERIKA TOWNE, Contributor —  With the election day just a few days away at the time of this publication, there will be a lot of changes in Gresham. Voters are being asked to choose a new mayor and three city council seats need to be filled. Depending on how the election goes, it could mean a significant change in the way the city of Gresham is run.  However, the one thing that will not change after November 3 is the Gresham-Barlow School Board. None of the seats on the board are on the ballot this election this November and

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Publisher’s Perspective: A Patriotic November

A Patriotic November Being an American is a wonderful privilege. Spaced throughout this month, we have three key dates to celebrate what it means to be Americans. November 3rd — Election Day On Tuesday, November 3rd, we vote in an election to determine the leaders of our nation for the next two, four, or six years depending on the office. American liberty was founded on several key principles. One of these key principles was that government could govern legitimately only if it had the “consent of the governed.” Voting is the way that we Americans give our consent. Today, we

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LETTERS: – November 2020

Son praises Sue Piazza When I was growing up, I was taught that through Christ all people are equal and loved, good luck is on the other side of hard work, and to be kind to others especially to those who themselves are not so kind. These values were instilled into me by my parents. Today I watch as my mom, Sue Piazza, runs her campaign for Gresham City Council Position 5, and nothing has changed. I have watched as she has addressed nasty individuals who have been slanderously led to believe she has hate in her heart, and have

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LOCAL PROFILE: Timberline Meat in Sandy

Sandy’s Timberline Meat offers quality meats and delivery The Sandy-based business has expanded its services during the pandemic By ERIKA TOWNE, Contributor — “It’s not just a normal steak shop.” It’s something the owners and managers of Timberline Meat Company in Sandy hear a lot. On the outside, the building looks like a lot of the other businesses located on Proctor Avenue. But inside, there’s something for just about everyone. “The specialty of cuts are delicious,” said Bryce Finnman, a long-time customer of Timberline Meat Company. “They’ve expanded so what was just thought of as a meat shop is so

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Taming the On-line Advertising Ball of Confusion

Make direct mail print advertising the foundation of your marketing.  Social media marketing for local businesses is often confusing, time consuming and overwhelming. You have to stay on top of it almost daily or pay someone to do it. Plus, there are millions of social media profiles and web pages out there. Can your customers find your business? Are the other guys getting ahead? What to do? Here are some issues

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