Washington County board goes back to Plan A for winery…

Portland Tribune - News
Plan will drop added conditions for outright permitted uses such as tastings; industry will withdraw challenge pending with state board.

Deckert will seek Washington County board leadership

Portland Tribune - News
Former state legislator and business association president is fourth to seek position being vacated by Andy Duyck in 2018.

Hillsboro High grad excels at Boeing, clings to local roots

Hillsboro Tribune - News
From soda to airliners, Hillsboro-born Katie Merrill is a leader in her field

Storytelling picnic builds bridges between cultures

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Anne Rutherford and Norme Brecke use spoken word and stories to tie people together

Hillsboro prepares for Monday's total solar eclipse

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Expect heavy traffic and increased police presence over the next several days

Eclipse: Here's where to watch sky close to home

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Whether you're watching from Hagg Lake, a parking lot or your own backyard, there's no bad way to view Monday's eclipse.

Kidnapping phone scam targets Washington County

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Callers claim to be holding a loved one hostage; no actual kidnappings reported.

Hillsboro police investigating shooting with possible gang…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Shots were fired near S.E. 10th Avenue and E. Main Street early Saturday morning, according to police.

Hillsboro residents rally after Charlottesville

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The rally was one of several in the Portland area after a woman was killed and several others injured in Virginia.

Man arrested for allegedly touching himself at Buffalo Wild…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The man is accused of touching himself in the restaurant's bar while staring at a woman.

North Plains celebrates 20 years of Elephant Garlic Festival

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Annual festival expected to bring in 25,000 people to North Plains this weekend.

North Plains residents invited to learn about TVF&R upgrades

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Firehouse fun: the North Plains fire station will be open to the public during the garlic festival this weekend.

Hillsboro teen to star in Broadway Rose's 'Godspell'

Hillsboro Tribune - News
A theater workshop in Tigard will culminate with the production of a Broadway musical.

Suicide attempt shuts down MAX in downtown Hillsboro

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Police response coaxes man down from ledge Friday morning near the Civic Center

North Plains begins search process for new city manager

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Since the North Plains City Council voted out the city manager in 2015, but is just now looking for a permanant replacement.

Local author, firefighter was a baseball trailblazer

The Times - News
Back in the 1990s, Ila Borders was one of the first women to play in men's professional baseball.

Cornelius says pot growing operations block higher-paying…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Cornelius's war on 'condo grows' hurts energy efficiency, says Hillsboro grower

Hillsboro gives homeless youth summer camp experience

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Camp Eagle attendees get their first boat ride, meet politicians, hunt for insects

It's official: You have to be 21 to buy tobacco

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Gov. Kate Brown signed legislation on Wednesday to raise the age to buy tobacco and nicotine products from 18 to 21.

Nora the polar bear cub hits the road in September

Portland Tribune - News
In Utah, Nora's caregivers plan to introduce her to Hope, who is moving from the Toledo Zoo and is about the same age.

Wyden talks immigration, healthcare in Cornelius

Hillsboro Tribune - News
U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden believes undocumented immigrants should have path to citizenship

DOJ unlikely to target Hillsboro for santuary city status

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Hillsboro doesn't operate a jail and doesn't use federal funding for police operations, but Washington County may take heat.

City will 'request' grocery option in proposals for Block 67

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Developers can begin submitting ideas for a downtown mixed-use project this week

Four railroad crossings along TV highway will close for…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Century Boulevard, West Main Street and Brookwood Parkway will close for one day in August.

Hillsboro water rate will rise 11 percent Oct. 1

Hillsboro Tribune - News
An increase of 11 percent will help pay for major infrastructure upgrades to Hillsboro's water supply.

Hillsboro schools win matching grant for fall construction…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Hillsboro School District will get $6 million in matching funds if the November construction bond passes.

Lawsuit: Sheriff falsely imprisoned two men after…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Two men allege they should have been allowed to walk freely after being aquitted of attempted murder.

Oregon Health Authority Director Lynne Saxton resigns in…

Portland Tribune - News
Plan supported by Saxton to influence Legislature by planting negative news about local nonprofit leads to her sudden resignation.

Metro dumps waste-to-energy plan

Portland Tribune - News
Council backs staff recommendation that cost outweighs benefits, but members say distant landfills for garbage are 'abhorrent'

Missing Rock Creek woman found safe in Roseburg

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Authorities found a phone and vehicle belonging to Demi Helenius on Monday, and located Helenius on Tuesday.

World's largest bouncy house coming to Hillsboro

Hillsboro Tribune - News
A 10,000 square foot bouncy house will take over Hillsboro's Shute Park on Sept. 1

New bill would streamline access to federal public land

Hillsboro Tribune - News
U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden introduces a bill making recreation a priority on public land managed by the U.S. Government

Slideshow: Hillsboro Heroes Day at Ron Tonkin Field

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The Hillsboro Fire and Police Departments were honored on Saturday at Ron Tonkin Field

City council to decide fate of historic house in September

Hillsboro Tribune - News
A developer hopes to subdivide the lot where the Emmott House stands. Neighbors want to save it.

Wyden town hall set for Tuesday in Cornelius

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The U.S. Senator will answer questions from visitors for about 90 minutes on Aug. 8 at Cornelius Elementary.

Missing high-risk sex offender arrested in Linn County

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Dustin Westling removed his tracking bracelet on Aug. 3 in Hillsboro and was arrested the next day near Lebanon, Ore.

Sentencing reforms seek to reduce incarceration rate,…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Two laws passed by the Oregon Legislature reduce sentences for drug and property crimes.

Court denies challenge to environental impact of Hillsboro…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The opinion upholds a previous study by the Port of Portland finding little environmental impact from a new runway.

Kids flock to Hillsboro parks for free lunch, summer…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Hillsboro expanded its drop-in summer activity program to a third park this year.

Dry conditions likely to blame for two Aloha house fires

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Some ashes can smolder for days before growing into dangerous fires, TVF&R warns.

Pups to get pampered on special wine tour Saturday

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Proceeds from this weekend's dog and wine tour go to the Oregon Humane Society.

Local youth show off year-long animal projects to…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Annual Washington County Fair runs through Sunday with project animals, carnival rides, food and more

Police, sheriff adopt new tool to combat opioid…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Police in Beaverton and Forest Grove, in addition to the county sheriff, will soon have an anti-overdose drug on hand.

Prader-Willi Walk becomes beacon of hope for…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The fourth-annual Prader-Willi Walk raised $30,000 to help fight a genetic disease affecting several local families.

TriMet crime statistics low but murky under new…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Trains and busses are safe, officials say, but it's hard to compare recent stats to previous years.

TriMet busses, trains free today due to tech glitch

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Extreme heat is expected to slow light rail and commuter trains, but riders won't need to pay on Wednesday.

Wednesday, Thursday markets closed due to heat

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The markets will resume next week when temperatures are forecast to cool off.

County seeking used tires for recycling

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Standing water in tires helps mosquitoes breed; project keeps tires out of landfill.

Interim Chief Magers among finalists for fire chief…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Hillsboro has released the names of four finalists to take over the city's fire department.

Hillsboro fire station becomes Pokemon Go hot spot

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Pokemon Go players began to gather outside the Ronler Acres fire station last week.

Hillsboro man drowns Sunday at Hagg Lake

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Sheriff's deputies found no evidence of alcohol or foul play, but said the man was not wearing a life jacket.

TVF&R to host open houses at former county fire…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Stations in North Plains and Midway will showcase expanded staff and give visitors a chance to use a firehose.

Hillsboro man killed in weekend motorcycle crash

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Oregon State Police are considering fatigue as a possible factor in the death of a Hillsboro man last week.

Five places in Hillsboro with free air conditioning

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The city of Hillsboro is offering several buildings to help escape extreme temperatures this week.

Manufacturing jobs surge dispite Intel, SolarWorld…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Washington County has added 4,500 jobs in the last year, including a bump in the manufacturing sector.

County: be on the look out for 'pavement bleeding'…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Extreme temperatures can cause the binding in the surface of the road to melt, making for a slippery surface.

SLIDESHOW: Hillsboro Hops Party in the Park

Hillsboro Tribune - News
This Hillsboro Hops hosted a Party in the Park event on Monday night as part of its Fan Fest for the All Star Game on Tuesday. Craft beer, live music…

SLIDESHOW: Hillsboro Hops Fan Fest - July 30th, 2017

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The Hillsboro Hops invited fans to come out to Hillsboro Stadium and take part in festivities on the field in celebration of the All Star Game on…

Board OKs land transfer for Clover Court project

Portland Tribune - News
Next step is for mental health provider to seek approval of duplexes to house six people near Beaverton; opponents vow fight.

Portland Community College to seek voter OK on bond…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
If renewed, bond would fund improvements to PCC job training centers, access to modern technology, facilities upgrades

Hillsboro grads take charge at Ron Tonkin Field

Hillsboro Tribune - News
A partnership between the city and the school district aims to build up the next generation of bilingual teachers.

Changing the face of suicide

Hillsboro Tribune - News
By empowering the public, Washington County aims to support people in the throes of a mental health crisis.

Elks mull long-term support of K9 program

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Hillsboro Elks donated $10,000 to the city's K9 program, and are considering a long-term budget item.

SLIDESHOW: Washington County Fair - July 27th

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Thousands flocked to the opening day of the Washington County Fair. Lots of animals were on display as well many rides for fair goers to enjoy.

Bonamici: Banning transgender military members is…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Bonamici, Wyden and Merkley released statements in opposition to the ban announced by the White House.

Warning: don't touch animals at the county fair

Hillsboro Tribune - News
A handful of E. coli cases last summer are propting a stronger stance on bio safety at the fair.

Helvetia Road re-opens after trestle crash

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The road was closed after a truck crashed into a railroad trestle near Helvetia Tavern.

National Guard to build new Hillsboro Armory...…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
A new National Guard Readiness Center is in the works, but likely not for several years.

Big Fair Fun returns to Hillsboro

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Washington County Fair, a summertime staple, runs July 27-30 at complex on Northwest Cornell Road

Sold-out Farm to Table dinner will need business,…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The Hillsboro Downtown Partnership will wait to hear from visitors before comitting to a 2018 dinner.

Council mulls tools to fight affordable housing…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
A report recommends Hillsboro explore land banking, tax programs and reduced parking requirements.

State to take over Cornelius Pass Road

Hillsboro Tribune - News
State transportation budget calls out new access roads to manufacturing center, gives Corn Pass to ODOT

Cornelius Library offers exotic creatures and…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Kids go wild for, 'Penelope,' 'Seymour Teeth' and 'Severus Snake' at Cornelius library

Tribune staff wins awards for journalism

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Honors from the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association include Best Writing.

Clover Court project faces opposition

Portland Tribune - News
Washington County board considers land transfer to mental health provider, which proposes independent housing for six people near Beaverton.

City, schools plan to continue sharing facilities

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Hillsboro schools use city parks for sports, while the city uses district tracks and gyms.

Intel volunteers to work at Hillsboro Schools on…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Volunteers will be at Glencoe High, Evergreen Middle School and Quatama and McKinney elementary schools on July 26.

Get into the 'schwing' of things at 100th annual…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Swiss are gathering in Helvetia this Saturday to celebrate their 100th annual cultural festival.

Hillsboro Police arrest man for animal abuse,…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Hillsboro Police say the dog will remain in protective custody until the case is completed.

Hillsboro grant funds expansion at Community Hands…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Currently a weekly food pantry, Community Hands Up will soon expand to financial assistance and vouchers.

Tuality CEO to retire in January

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Manny Berman has been at Tuality Healthcare in Hillsboro since 1983. His last day is in January.

SLIDESHOW: Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter Dogs on Parade

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter hosted a dog event at the Hillsboro Civic Center during the Tuesday Night Market. Dozens of dog owners came out to…

Helvetia Road expected to remain closed for days

Hillsboro Tribune - News
A dump truck caused considerable damage to a trestle bridge north of Hillsboro on Monday morning

TriMet launches Hop Fastpass on Monday

Hillsboro Tribune - News
In the next iteration, riders will be able to use smart phones to pay for trips on buses, MAX, WES and more.

Dogs on Parade to invade Hillsboro Tuesday Market

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Annual fundraiser for Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter will bring plenty of four-legged friends to downtown for an evening of fun.

Firefighters battle blaze in North Plains

Hillsboro Tribune - News
TVF&R officially merged with Fire District 2 last month, adding additional resources to the North Plains and Midway fire stations.

Ethics investigation of Kitzhaber, Hayes to move…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Oregon Ethics Commission voted unanimously to pursue an up to 180-day investigation of former governor and first lady on allegations of using office…

A perfectly elegant day for Forest Grove's Concours…

Forest Grove News-Times - News
Car lovers flocked to the Forest Grove Concours d'Elegance Sunday to admire cars of many makes, models, colors and eras.

A story in photos: 2017 Celebrate Hillsboro festival

Hillsboro Tribune - News
There was plenty to do at the annual Celebrate Hillsboro event in downtown, and we've got the photos to prove it.

Bill to raise state smoking age to 21 heads to…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Tobacco sellers would be penalized for selling to underage smokers, who would not be penalized themselves

Ethics investigation of Kitzhaber, Hayes to move…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Ethics Commission voted unanimously to pursue an up to 180-day investigation of former governor and first lady on allegations of using office…

Fence debate divides Washington County

Portland Tribune - News
Board sets Aug. 1 hearing to consider change for how infill development should be separated from some existing homes.

Sheriff's deputies not liable in Hillsboro-area…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The lawsuit claimed deputies should have arrested Kenneth Van Patten the day before he shot his wife

Sheriff searching for suspects in Aloha burglary

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Sheriff: Two men broke in and stole a Mercedes SUV and $22,000 in personal items from an Aloha home

Agencies set countywide burn ban in motion

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Burning of brush or agricultural debris is prohibited, but fire officials will allow small, recreational fires.

Police rule Intel worker's death an accident

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Jay Elwell, 50, died on Wednesday at Intel's Ronler Acres campus while working on a storage carousel.

Abused as a child, Hillsboro resident finds escape…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Ammon Knight is a custodian at PCC Willow Creek Center and a brilliant artist at his Hillsboro home.

1930 Cadillac a rare gem at Forest Grove show

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The Concours d'Elegance will include several cars from Washington County in the show on July 16 in Forest Grove

Washington County will reassess local vehicle…

Portland Tribune - News
Recent state legislation 'pretty good,' but commissioners want to consider a backlog of road and bridge maintenance needs.

Would-be helicopter hijacker bounced from state to…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Holden Gorka has ties to Florida, Hawaii, Oregon, Texas and Washington. He attempted to hijack a helicopter on July 3.

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