Day of Prayer in King City

Regal Courier - News
Local faith leaders and community members observed the national tradition earlier this month.

County housing authority nets extra funds

Beaverton Valley Times - News
U.S. Sens Merkley, Wyden announce 13 grants statewide, including to Washington County.

Law enforcement leaders call for pre-kindergarten funding

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Current and next DA are joined by Beaverton police chief in bid for education investment

Lawmakers convene in special session

Beaverton Valley Times - News
State lawmakers start their special session to consider a proposal by Gov. Kate Brown to expand a business tax break.

Providence executive talks about health care trends

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Medical Group chief says rising costs, changing mix of patients will lead to even more change in the next decade.

Buehler wins GOP nomination for governor

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Rep. Knute Buehler of Bend, Portland retired pilot Greg Wooldridge and Bend businessman Sam Carpenter ended a bitter battle for the GOP nomination…

Marylhurst's legacy of growth & renewal

Lake Oswego Review - News
The college campus on the Willamette River has always adapted to the needs of the surrounding community

Washington County budget gets an OK

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Budget committee action sends plan to commissioners for June 19 adoption; $1.2 billion plan is down 3 percent from current spending, although it adds…

Firefighters 'fill the boot'

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Money raised in coming weeks will go toward fight against muscular dystrophy.

Incumbent judge wins, another fills open seat

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Charles Bailey turns back challenge from Steven Charles Burke; Kathy Proctor wins newly created judgeship

People of Providence - Meet R. Bryan Bell, M.D., D.D.S.,…

Portland Tribune - News
SPONSORED CONTENT: The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon

Barton claims victory in Washington County DA's race

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Barton, a prosecutor with the Washington County District Attorney's Office, will take office in 2019

November races set for House, Senate in south county

Beaverton Valley Times - News
November contests are lining up for Rep. Richard Vial in the House and Sen. Kim Thatcher in the Senate.

Harrington, Terry in runoff for Washington County chair

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The Metro councilor will face the District 4 commissioner; neither won a majority in the four-way race.

Barton claims victory in Washington County DA's race

Forest Grove News-Times - News
Barton, a prosecutor with the Washington County District Attorney's Office, will take office in 2019.

Diller in strong lead for Democratic spot SD 13

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
With 60 percent of the vote in early returns, Wilsonville's Paul Diller appears to have defeated Sarah Grider for the Dem ticket on Sen. Thatcher's…

King City Police Log

Regal Courier - News
Here's a look at what King City police were dealing with from April 11 through May 8, 2018.

Rep. Richard Vial leading in House District 26 Republican…

The Times - News
Incumbent Rep. Richard Vial currently leads opponent Dan Laschober by 2-1 margin.

Hoyle rolls to victory in labor commissioner race

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Lane County legislator tops longtime Tualatin Mayor Lou Ogden by winning in Willamette Valley and I-5 corridor. Ogden won Eastern and…

Washington County recognizes Asian heritage month

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Consuls from Japan, Korea take part in ceremonial resolution adopted by county commissioners to honor Asians and Pacific Islanders, who constitute 11…

Ramadan begins Tuesday

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Islam's holy month runs through June 14, with Muslims throughout the world fasting from dawn to sunset.

Soccer star recalls her Habitat for Humanity home

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Adrianna Franch and her mother speak at a fundraiser for Willamette West affiliate in Tigard; two local aid recipients also talk.

Good hands

The Times - News
Tom McGuire of Tigard found a funny little niche for himself, fixing baseball gloves.

Washington County budget proposed at $1.2 billion

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Spending up only slightly from current year; public comments to be heard May 17 before adoption scheduled June 19.

PCC Rock Creek nets new president

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Christopher Villa comes from Los Angeles Mission College to lead campus in Washington County.

Getting back to their roots

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Wilsonville Garden Club's plant sale benefits CCC horticulture program, aims to promote garden education

New business brings cheer to Sherwood

Regal Courier - News
StyleShock, a competitive cheer training center, has relocated to Sherwood.

Arguments fly in judgeship race

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Incumbent Judge Charles Bailey faces challenger Steven Charles Burke for Position 6 on the Washington County Circuit Court.

Summer drops into town

Regal Courier - News
The Sherwood Saturday Market opened this weekend for year with new and long-term vendors.

Tigard-Tualatin gets new superintendent

The Times - News
School board signs three-year contract for Susan Rieke-Smith, who has worked in Salem-Keizer and Springfield districts.

A 'Promise' to help homeless students

The Times - News
New nonprofit to house Tigard-Tualatin, Sherwood and Lake Oswego families.

Lively contest for Washington County chair

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Four seek position being vacated by Andy Duyck after eight years; runoff will occur Nov. 6 if no one wins a majority in May 15 primary.

New Washington County Dairy Princess-Ambassador begins her…

Regal Courier - News
Sherwood High student takes the title, educates others on the dairy industry.

New general manager sought for clean water agency

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Washington County commissioners set in motion a process for hiring a successor to Bill Gaffi, who has led Clean Water Services for nearly half of the…

Tigard High students hold walkout in support of Second…

The Times - News
The local event, organized at THS by Bonifacio Yuzon, was part of nationwide Stand for the Second movement

Deadline looms for May primary

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Ballots must be mailed by Thursday, May 10; Washington County releases list of drop-off sites.

Here's the story

Regal Courier - News
Sherwood Public Library will host the finale of a countywide storytelling festival.

Region participates in National Drug Take Back Day

Portland Tribune - News
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day occurs on Saturday, April 28 across Oregon.

Bonamici releases plan to combat opioid abuse

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Congresswoman proposes self-funding grants to encourage pharmacies to set up safe disposal sites for unused medications; report also endorses steps…

Eleven displaced in Beaverton apartment fire

Beaverton Valley Times - News
No one is injured in the Thursday, April 26, fire on Southwest Teal Boulevard.

Two seek open judgeship

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Todd Huegli, Kathy Proctor started legal careers after working elsewhere; both are candidates for newly created position

BOLI: 'The most important race you've never heard…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Republican Tualatin Mayor Lou Ogden and Democrat Val Hoyle, former majority leader for the Oregon House of Representatives, face off for election May…

Washington County takes one more step toward event…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Commissioners approve exemption from bidding requirements, invite competitive proposals for a combination construction manager/general contractor to…

Labor commissioner: Elected or appointed?

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Some question the wisdom of electing the nonpartisan state labor commissioner, but Oregon is the only state in which the labor commissioner is…

Tigard High introduces 'The Drowsy Chaperone'

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Spring musical comedy production harkens back to 'Golden Age' of entertainment.

Wild horses couldn't keep her away

Regal Courier - News
Sherwood High School student Natalie Driscoll trained a wild mustang in 100 days.

Ron Wyden to host Washington County town hall April…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Wyden, a Democrat, will be at Five Oaks Middle School in Beaverton this weekend to speak with constituents.

Sherwood High students protest for gun reform, gun…

Regal Courier - News
Students took part in national school walkout for gun reform, and counter-demonstrators supported the Second Amendment.

King City Community Notes: April and May

Regal Courier - News
King City Police Department to host two community events; King City women's golf scores; and more.

Five weeks after brutal assault, Mohammadi goes home

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Doctors were forced to amputate part of Afghan immigrant's leg; attacker remains in Lincoln County Jail

King City progresses with growth, with some…

Regal Courier - News
The City Council approved a Concept Plan, but one resident wants to put it to a city-wide vote.

Sherwood's growth plan comes to a halt, for now

Regal Courier - News
The City Council unanimously voted to withdraw a planned growth ask from Metro.

County puts off exotic-animal ban

Beaverton Valley Times - News
New hearing date is June 5; board says potential changes will be reviewed at May 8 work session, which is open to the public but not for offering…

Tigard plays host to county commission debate

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Eight candidates on May 15 ballot gather Friday, April 20, at Tigard Public Library.

King City Police Log: Late March through early…

Regal Courier - News
Graffit; stolen property; traffic violations; shoplifting; arrests on outstanding warrants; and more.

Beaverton deputy superintendent resigns following…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Steve Phillips retweeted a post expressing views critical of undocumented immigrants; the superintendent and school board denounced the sentiments.

Eye-popping costumes take Wizard World by storm

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Thousands gather at Oregon Convention Center in Portland on Saturday, April 14, for celebrity event.

Sherwood City Council keeps possibility of…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The council will address the question of whether to submit a growth ask to Metro in another meeting next Tuesday.

Candidates make their case for labor post

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Val Hoyle and Lou Ogden speak at Washington County Public Affairs Forum; third candidate on May 15 ballot is absent.

New Washington County Dairy Princess-Ambassador…

Sherwood Gazette - News
Sherwood High student takes the title, educates others on the dairy industry.

Three groups team up for candidate fair

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Washington County Public Affairs Forum joins League of Women Voters and League of United Latin American Citizens in first-time event that drew a…

More forums scheduled for Washington County…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Two of them will have the candidates for board chair, who is elected countywide; one will have candidates for Districts 2 and 4.

Sherwood Community Briefs: April 2018

Sherwood Gazette - News
Sherwood Cruisers accepting scholarship applications; Two Kilts to hold family fun fest; and more.

Southwest Washington expansions mark OAME's growth

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Beaverton, Southwest Washington expansions mark OAME's next stage of growth

Some Washington County offices will move temporarily

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Continuing seismic work on the Public Services Building in downtown Hillsboro will require relocation of some Health and Human Services offices to a…

Garbage rates go up this month

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Surcharges of $2 for residential and 4 percent for commercial service apply outside cities; increases prompted by China's more restrictive standards…

Update: Stolen puppy recovered

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Jedi, a 5-month-old Yorkshire terrier, went missing Monday and hasn't been seen since.

The last of the beat cops

Beaverton Valley Times - News
School resource officers are a little-known but integral part of solution for keeping schools safe.

Sherwood kid is pedaling to Azerbaijan

Sherwood Gazette - News
A Sherwood Middle School student will compete in an elite BMX world competition.

Homeless program official gets public health award

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Recognition by Washington County is a first for a county employee outside Health and Human Services Department; three others honored during National…

Inside Sherwood's first craft cidery

Sherwood Gazette - News
'When we say local, we mean it,' says the head of Xylem Cider Works in Sherwood.

OPINION: Governor should veto bill that hurts small…

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Rep. Julie Parrish: Disconnecting Oregon from federal tax code will hurt many small businesses.

Pamplin Media rolls out its press plant expansion

Regal Courier - News
Parent company of The Regal Courier has invested in weekly and monthly newspapers throughout region.

Applications for Robin Hood courts, scholarships…

Sherwood Gazette - News
Planning for the annual Sherwood festival's 65th year is already in high gear.

Sherwood photographer captures local scenes

Sherwood Gazette - News
Joel Pruitt Thompson is a local photographer whose work was displayed at Symposium Coffee in March. Here's a selection of his work and a statement…

As Mohammadi recovers from brutal attack, online…

The Times - News
Want to help? A GoFundMe account at bit.ly/FawadsFund will support the Mohammadi family.

Coming home to Patsy Cline

Regal Courier - News
Broadway Rose veteran performer Sara Catherine Wheatley returns to Oregon to reprise a favorite role.

Sherwood teen leader works to prevent school…

Sherwood Gazette - News
Sherwood High junior, state association president Hailey Hardcastle creates nonpartisan student guide.

Police logs

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The following police calls were reported in Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin.

Candidate forums coming up next week

Beaverton Valley Times - News
April 5 event will feature hopefuls for Washington County board chair and two commissioner positions, plus Metro Council presidency and District 4…

KCCA Notes

Regal Courier - News
A roundup of notices from the King City Civic Association, submitted by Dee Schiavone.

On the Refuge

Regal Courier - News
A roundup of what's happening this month at the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge.

Tax information offered

The Times - News
Panel discussion is set for Tuesday, April 3, in the library of Tigard High School.

Duyck: 'We need to work together'

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Departing board chairman after eight years describes progress and prospects for Washington County in final state of the county talk at Westside…

King City moves closer to growth

Regal Courier - News
An urban expansion request will be considered in April city council meeting.

Promises of change made at 'March for Our Lives'

Portland Tribune - News
The largest protest since last year's Woman's March drew thousands to Pioneer Courthouse Square.

Students, others take to streets over gun violence

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Thousands fill downtown Portland to protest gun violence in schools and lack of action by lawmakers.

April and May events at Sherwood Center for the Arts

Sherwood Gazette - News
Upcoming events include an art walk in Old Town and a screening of 'An American in Paris.'

Dance Done Right

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Tigard and Valley Catholic take top honors at the state dance and drill championships.

Our Opinion: Time is now to prepare for big quake

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
A recent study reveals that we can no longer afford to postpone local efforts to prepare for the next major earthquake.

King City Police Log: Feb. 12 to March 7

Regal Courier - News
The press log is a summary of some of the calls-for-service that result in a police report being written. The press log does not include all…

Updated: Radio station KUIK to cease operation…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
After decades on the air, Washington County's only talk radio station will close its doors

Initiative would ban the sale of assault weapons

Portland Tribune - News
A petition proposed for November would ban assault firearms and high-capacity magazines in Oregon.

Sherwood PD hosts prescription drug take-back event

Sherwood Gazette - News
The department also will hold a free community traffic safety class in March.

Report: Knowing prices could slash health care…

Sherwood Gazette - News
A report released Tuesday by two policy research groups found that giving patients, providers and insurers prices before health care decisions are…

Students at Sherwood High walkout,…

Sherwood Gazette - News
Students protested school violence and advocated for gun control; counter-demonstrators supported Second Amendment.

Portland's Kabir Muthu crowned spelling champ

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon's Regional Spelling Bee in Portland is presented by the Pamplin Media Group and Comcast.

Family Justice Center will open

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Beaverton location will provide single stop for multiple services, except shelter, for survivors of domestic violence in Washington County.

Earthquake devastation will be far worse

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Locals say cities are working to protect the region, but a massive quake will still cause havoc.

Students make their move at Chess for Success

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Annual tournament, now in its 51st year, gathers 500 student-players from across Oregon.
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