From The Oregonian, October 2, 2008 This seems to be three or four stories written all on the same day and published over a duration in the Washington County Edition in 2008.
From The Oregonian – November 19, 1992. Not available elsewhere online. Portland Mayor Bud Clark is considering many ideas for his life after politics, but one could stir as much controversy as anything he did in office: opening a tavern that would cater to late-stage alcoholics. “It sounds contradictory,” Clark said Wednesday. But he said […]
Published in The Counselor, July 1989 By J. Renaud We want you to stop using the inaccurate, biased and judgmental term “substance abuse” now. The expression “substance abuse” perpetuates ignorant and moralistic attitudes toward people with chemical dependency. Few health professionals have the nerve to openly oppose the disease nature of chemical dependency. The facts […]
From The Oregonian, October 1, 1987 – by columnist Phil Stanford At the Old Town Market, on the corner of Northwest Third and Couch, the word is definitely Thunderbird. A pint (or more precisely, 375 milliliters) costs $1. That’s not much for wine, but it’s a lot for kerosene. The wholesale price for the same […]
From The Oregonian, February 16, 1986 – not available elsewhere online READ – A Night on the Town (PDF)
From The Oregonian, December 2, 1985 – not available elsewhere online READ – There’s hope, but road back for alcoholic is steep (PDF)