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The Good Feet Store


Do your feet hurt?  Years of wear and tear can be hard on your feet caused by wearing improper footwear, walking on hard surfaces for long periods of time, sports injuries, or just being overweight. Good Feet wants to help make sure that your feet stay healthy.  Get a free doctor visit by Dr. Robert Geister at the Good Feet store in Tanasbourne on Saturday, August 6th from 11am-4pm. Call 503-546-4224 or online at GoodFeetPortland.com.

Legacy Community Wellness Fair


Join Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel and Legacy Emanuel Medical Center for free fun and educational activities for all ages on Saturday, August 6th from 10am-2pm! Event includes Bike helmets for $6, child car safety seat checks plus recycling of old seats, health & wellness ideas, and entertainment for the whole family! Details here.

Stuff the Pack Donation Drive


Cricket Wireless and The Salvation Army invite the Portland-area community to be part of “Stuff the Pack,” a school supply drive to help provides kids in the area with the tools they need to be successful this upcoming school year. From July 15 – Aug. 13, you can drop off school supplies and other items, like notebooks, pencils, paper, backpacks, binders, glue sticks, hand sanitizer and more at participating Cricket Wireless authorized retailers. And it’s easy to donate. Just spot the decorated donation bin at participating locations. The Salvation Army will give all items collected to children in need to equip them for the new school year.
The Fan's Top Stories

Former NFL coach Dennis Green dies at 67


(AP) Dennis Green, the trailblazing coach who led a Minnesota Vikings renaissance in the 1990s before a less successful run with the Arizona Cardinals, has died. He was 67. More.

J.J. Watt has back surgery


(AP) A person familiar with J.J. Watt's condition said the Houston Texans' star defensive end has had back surgery and will begin training camp on the physically unable to perform list. More.

Plenty of suitors for expanding Big 12


(AP) Commissioner Bob Bowlsby has referred to what the Big 12 is about to step into as it moves toward expansion as a seller's market. The conference is selling salvation for . . . more.

Talent runs deep on Pac-12 gridiron


(AP) The Pac-12 has one Heisman Trophy favorite in Stanford's Christian McCaffrey, another legitimate contender in Oregon's Royce Freeman and maybe the most talented . . . more.

Ivy League changes rule to move kickoff to the 40-yard line


(AP) The Ivy League will use an experimental rule this season to move kickoffs to the 40-yard line and touchbacks to the 20-yard line in an effort to reduce concussions and further . . . more.

Oregon, UNC lead Maui Invitational field


(AP) North Carolina and Oregon, No. 1 seeds from last season's NCAA Tournament, lead their respective brackets for the Maui Jim Maui Invitational. More.

Houston AD met with Pac-12 commissioner


(AP) University of Houston athletic director Hunter Yurachek met last month with Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott while on a trip to the West Coast as the school tries to . . . more.

Woods withdraws from PGA Championship


(AP) Tiger Woods withdrew from the PGA Championship, the first time he will go an entire year without playing a major. The decision, while not a surprise, also means he will go . . . more.

Baseball season in full swing


As the season heads down the back stretch, get real time gamecasts, in-depth news and stats for your team. Head to The FAN's Baseball Page for everything that happens in the major leagues!

The FAN's NFL Page


There is no off-season! From trades, to free agency and the draft, you can find the latest on your team and breaking pro football news on The FAN's NFL Page.

The FAN's Soccer Page


For the latest on the Timbers, Team USA and futbol news from around the globe, head to The FAN's Soccer Page. You'll get headlines, previews, recaps and real time gamecasts, here.