More than 40,000 Native American residents live in Multnomah County, representing more than 380 tribal nations.
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Test results negative for recent traveler to affected country. No Ebola cases in Oregon, state Health Officer says.
Song, dance and heartfelt memories shared as week is dedicated to former county health worker and “Diva of Soul” Linda Hornbuckle.
Open houses on Nov. 5 and 6 will kick off Multnomah County's update of its rural Comprehensive Plan.
On Oct. 21, Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords led a roundtable discussion on the intersection of domestic violence and guns with Commissioner Shiprack and other local women leaders.
Multnomah County is seeking volunteers for a new Community Advisory Committee (CAC) that will assist with updating the county’s Comprehensive Framework Plan and Transportation System Plan.
In Multnomah County alone, eight private plans will be leaving, five new plans will be available, and many will make changes in name, cost, and benefits.
A Portland child who was evaluated after vomiting on an incoming flight on Wednesday, Oct. 15, is at no risk of having Ebola. Health officials say there is also no risk to other passengers.
Multnomah County invites the public to review and comment on its annual report regarding its stormwater management plan by October 27.
One of the largest crowds since the Judge Herrell Award Ceremony began eight years ago showed up to honor community members making strides towards ending family violence.
Community outpouring following the passing of Portland blues great Linda Hornbuckle didn't end at family and music lovers. Linda's former colleagues at the Health Department mourned an added loss.
Multnomah County helps citizens get coverage through presentations and enrollment events