Good morning, it’s Friday, May 2. Here are this morning’s headlines:
- The Damascus City Council has denied some residents’ request to annex from the city in a 4-1 vote.
- A phone system outage left about 400 Wilsonville residents unable to place 911 calls to the the Clackamas County Communications Center. Those residents are customers of Frontier Communications.
- Central Oregon cable and Internet provider BendBroadband is being sold for $261 million to Chicago’s Telephone and Data Systems Inc.
- The Oregon Health Authority released a list of 128 cities and 25 counties that have voted for moratoriums against medical marijuana dispensaries.
- The Portland Trail Blazers hope to name a local street after Dr. Jack Ramsay, a former coach for the NBA team in the 1970s who died earlier this week.
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