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Cambrie Juarez

City Editor

Cambrie is a born-and-raised Oregonian who worked at a Portland TV news station before helping launch PDXtoday in December 2021. She loves horseback riding, burying her nose in a fantasy book, traveling near and far + finding a good chai tea latte.

The annual report outlines the state of the metro area’s water supply spanning the 2022 calendar year.
Many doughnut shops across the metro area will offer specials, discounts, and freebies on Friday, June 2, 2023.
Life Time’s first Oregon location features everything from lap pools to conference rooms.
Explore Portland’s past and discover your new go-to story to share with friends and visitors.
The Oregon Cultural Trust’s vibrant artwork showcases dozens of symbols representing the state’s diverse peoples and cultural traditions.
Incorporating native plants into the urban garden is a win-win for pollinators, the environment, and the gardener.
Two beams from Japanese torii gates washed ashore in Oregon after the devastating 2011 earthquake and tsunami, but it wasn’t the last time they would cross the Pacific Ocean.
The Oscar-winning actor was in the Rose City to promote his new novel, “The Making of Another Major Motion Picture Masterpiece.”
Wollemi pines are critically endangered with fewer than 100 adult trees known to exist in the wild.
Good news for Portland.
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