Chris Bouneff

Chris Bouneff is a native east-sider of Portland. He started his professional life as a newspaper reporter in California covering the U.S. Navy and its advanced aircraft weapons systems. He worked in Idaho covering public policy and enterprise stories before making the shift into media relations. After 12 years living in exile, he returned to Portland and resettled on the east side, where he continues his lifelong suspicion of anything west of the Willamette River.

PublishedTitle Comments
Sep. 17, 2012Something I'd Like to Vote For
Oct. 17, 2011A tip of the legislative hat
Jul. 11, 2010Please, Not Another Monument
Jun. 22, 2010Thank you Big O
May. 30, 2010The Language of Illness
Apr. 29, 2010Dying of neglect in Oregon
Aug. 07, 2009Ah, now I see....
Feb. 23, 2009When trust is broken
Mar. 27, 2008Now this is funny
Mar. 04, 2008At least I get a coupon
Jun. 10, 2007For Sheila H., Hope All Is Well Out East
Oct. 28, 2006My Brush With Ron
Oct. 03, 2006But is it ethical?
Apr. 27, 2006Some Considerations, Please
Feb. 24, 2006An Open Letter to Steve Patterson
Jan. 19, 2006Slumbering Through Salem
Sep. 14, 2005My Favorite Amendment
Jun. 14, 2005Parity, Not Parody
Apr. 25, 2005What's a Little Confusion Among Friends?
Apr. 02, 2005They're Kidding, Right?
Mar. 08, 2005Another School Down
Nov. 04, 2004Reconciliation, the 48-Hour Sale
Nov. 02, 2004Some Good News, Possibly
Oct. 27, 2004The O Disappoints Again
Aug. 16, 2004Crowd? What Crowd?
Jul. 29, 2004Al's the Man
Jul. 19, 2004The Beginning

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