Nicholas Deshais

Nicholas Deshais is a former news editor and staff writer for The Inlander. He has reported on city, county and state politics, as well as medical marijuana, transportation and development. In May 2012, he was named as a finalist for the prestigious Livingston Award for an Inlander story about (now former) Assistant City Attorney Rocky Treppiedi and his involvement in the Otto Zehm case. Previously, Deshais reported for Portland’s altweekly, Willamette Week, and the daily Times Herald in Port Huron, Michigan.

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