Northwest Labor Press

Best wishes to Mallory … and welcome to Grant

Reporter Mallory Gruben has left for a job as a union organizer. Grant Stringer joins us after writing for The Oregonian and Willamette Week.

Labor Press editor to retire 

Michael Gutwig, 65, is retiring Dec. 31 after 35 years as editor of the Northwest Labor Press.

TriMet: Labor Press can observe bargaining, but bloggers out

Local 757 president adds former rival Heintzman to bargaining team in show of unity

Where’s the love? Is TriMet planning to bar access to the Labor Press?

ATU wants bargaining to be public. TriMet wants it limited to certain media. A judge will decide.

U.S. House resolution recognizes Labor Press

Oregon Congressman David Wu (D-1st District), introduced a resolution in the U.S. House of Representatives recognizing the 110th anniversary of the Northwest Labor Press. It has one co-sponsor, U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-3rd District).

Host of unionists served on Labor Press board

Many, many union leaders over the last 110 years have served the Labor Press as members of its board of directors.

Talented staffers keep Northwest Labor Press humming

Over the last 110 years the Labor Press has had many staffers.

Northwest Labor Press celebrates its 110th anniversary

Portland unions in 1900 started the Labor Press because of the lack of coverage of labor activities by the commercial press. Today, a decade into its second century, the Labor Press pursues the same objectives.