Bus driver seen defecating in Tigard parking lot

The Times - News
The First Transit bus driver was operating a TriMet LIFT bus at the time. He was reportedly removed from service.

West Linn police chief placed on administrative leave

The Times - News
City officials decline to specify the allegations of the alleged personnel policy violations.

Tigard/Tualatin Police Log: June 13-19

The Times - News
This week's calls for service include: a dangerous combo of fire, gasoline and alcohol, a menacing female deer, and a roommate's unlawful videotaping.

Sewer, surface water rates will go up in Washington County

Portland Tribune - News
Commissioners approve budget for Clean Water Services, which serves virtually all residents of county's urban areas.

Tigard High represented at National History Day

The Times - News
Tigard high sophomore Kennedy Parish's exhibit was shown at a Washington, D.C. museum last week.

Helping immigrants know their rights

The Times - News
Local school districts partner with Latino Network, a Portland organization, to provide resources and information for immigrant families.

Committee considers dumping new tax in favor of raising…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The most recent amendment to the tax bill could raise $530 million in additional revenue for the state in the next two years.

Fowler Middle School honors deceased student

The Times - News
Kendall Alexander, 13, drowned in the Little North Santiam River Sunday. Fowler Middle School is commemorating him with chalk drawings, posterboards…

Tigard Chamber of Commerce prepares for annual meeting

The Times - News
'Chamber Revealed' will give members and guests a chance to learn about Chamber activities and future plans.

Instant classical? Tualatin to adopt official overture

The Times - News
Arthur Breur composed the piece for the Tualatin Valley Symphony, inspired by Tualatin's history and attractions.

Loud and proud: Portland Pride festival celebrates love,…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
It was Pride Northwest's largest Pride festival and parade, with organizers expecting more than 60,000 during the weekend and an estimated 6,000 to…

Tigard marks 'independence' not with fireworks but…

The Times - News
June 9 marked a year since Tigard's taps began running Clackamas River water. The city used to buy water from Portland.

Democrats pitch revenue proposal

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Nine Washington County lawmakers attend Friday town hall at PCC Willow Creek Center in Beaverton.

Future of Metzger Park topic of meeting

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Patricia D. Whiting Hall is at 8400 S.W. Hemlock Street in Portland. For more information, call 503-359-5732

Guns and meth confiscated during arrests in Cornelius

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Deputies and interagency law enforcement personnel arrested five people in Cornelius Thursday, resulting in the seizure of drugs, guns and cash.

Meridian Park announces cash haul for new building

The Times - News
The Meridian Park Medical Foundation for the Tualatin hospital held a fundraiser that raised nearly $163,000.

No federal charges against Kitzhaber, Hayes

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Oregon Secretary of State Dennis Richardson denounces the decision regarding the case that cost Kitzhaber the governorship.

Willamette Falls Heritage Area group introduces lecture…

Lake Oswego Review - Entertainment
Talks will cover everything from Missoula Floods to Native American history. The next one is coming up Tuesday, June 20.

Chiefs: Diversity, sanctuary, outreach are goals

The Times - News
The Times' series with new police chiefs of Tualatin, Tigard and Beaverton continues. Topics this week: sanctuary cities and community relations.

Nike to cut 2 percent of workforce

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The region's second-largest private employer could see about 1,400 layoffs worldwide due to a corporate restructuring.

Kate Intile is taking it on the run

The Times - Sports
The cross country and track standout is named the Times' Tualatin High School Athlete of the Year

County reaffirms hands-off policy on immigration

Lake Oswego Review - News
Commissioners' symbolic gesture stops short of making Clackamas County a 'sanctuary' but does reaffirm a standard of supporting immigrants.

West Linn segment of LOT project sees slight delay

West Linn Tidings - News
But the end is still near and the project is expected to be complete by August, according to LOT representatives

Tigard/Tualatin Police Log: June 6-12

The Times - News
This week's calls for service include: teen girls wanting to party, a dramatic firing and foul play at a strip club.

Man dies a week after hit-and-run on I-5 north of Aurora

Woodburn Independent - News
One of two construction workers in the hit-and-run crash last week on Interstate 5 north has died.

PCC divests for the future

The Times - News
Students and college leaders at Portland Community College worked together to develop a new policy on investments.

Emerson prepares to join school board

The Times - News
Tigard-Tualatin School District board newcomer Karen Emerson talks bond, boundaries and budget.

Bank robbery suspect identified as 'Sporty Spice Bandit'

The Times - News
The armed man police in Vancouver, Wash., arrested on Tuesday, June 13, is the suspect in recent Tigard and Wilsonville Key Bank robberies.

Tigard police: More downtown parking enforcement

The Times - News
Two-hour parking limits are now being enforced where posted, the Tigard Police Department said.

Tigard adopts $218.3M budget for fiscal year 2017-18

The Times - News
While the newly adopted budget is 23.3 percent richer than the FY 2016-17 budget, city officials are concerned about growing expenditures.

Summer activity guide published for Tigard residents

The Times - News
Community events are coming up this weekend and into the summer season. The guide also includes information on seasonal recreation opportunities.

RV park redevelopment clears hurdle as council approves…

The Times - News
The Tualatin City Council unanimously approved a high-density residential zone that conforms to the rest of the property north of Nyberg Lane.

Washington County lawmakers hold joint budget town hall

Beaverton Valley Times - News
State Reps. Barker, Doherty, Helm, Malstrom, McLain, Sollman, Greenlick and Witt to meet with constituents about recent revenue proposals and budget…

Skyhawks fly high at 2017 commencement

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Students, friends and family gather Sunday, June 11, at the University of Portland's Chiles Center.

Wilsonville Post Office to host passport fair

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Appointments are required but weekend hours an unusual perk for passport seekers

Pamplin launches new websites for dozens of communities

Portland Tribune - News
Regular visitors to this website will see something quite different today: an updated digital presence from the only news organization that covers…

SLIDESHOW: Sherwood High School grads head into the future

Sherwood Gazette - News
Students, their families and friends celebrated as 417 seniors earned their diplomas Friday evening at the high school.

Tualatin High Class of 2017 celebrates a great turning point

The Times - News
The graduating class of seniors was cheered on by friends and family at Portland's Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Saturday, June 10.

Accused MAX killer investigated for another attack

The Times - News
Jeremy Christian now suspected of stabbing in January at Voodoo Doughnut as well as May 25 assault on TriMet prior to killings

Tigers don't fear rain as 480 walk Friday at Tigard High…

The Times - News
Cold winds and occasional downpours didn't dampen the mood at the graduation ceremony on the football field Friday, June 9.

Sign dedicated at Tualatin Heritage Center with…

The Times - News
The interpretive sign tells the history of the Kalapuya people, who inhabited what is now western Oregon long before the pioneer days.

FBI looking for "Sporty Spice" suspect after…

The Times - News
FBI, Tigard Police Department, Wilsonville Police Department look for suspect after pair of Key Bank branches are robbed

Police seek missing/endangered Sherwood teenager

The Times - News
Effie 'Nikki' Shaha-Walberg left her residence Sunday and was last seen in downtown Portland on Monday

Chiefs: New police heads talk shared resources,…

The Times - News
The Times sat down with the new chiefs of police for Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin. The following is Part 1 of a four-part series.

Tigard library cafe to close as lease talks fail

The Times - News
The cafe's proprietors said the new lease offered by the city was unacceptable.

Former co-owner of newspaper dies

The Times - News
Randalyn Clark and her husband, Steve Clark, owned and ran the weeklies from Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin, as well as Lake Oswego and West Linn, in…

Dan Lever takes over the Timberwolves

The Times - News
He becomes just the fourth head football coach at Tualatin High School

Who is to blame for SolarWorld struggles? Oregon's…

The Times - News
An emphasis on non-renewable energy, they say, has left green technology blowing in the wind.

In Durham, citizen volunteers are bracing for the…

The Times - News
The whole region is susceptible to a massive earthquake that could strike at any time. Durham's geography poses some unique challenges for residents.

Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center moves toward…

The Times - News
The hospital's new patient care tower will take up space now occupied by the main parking lot.

Budget adoption on Tigard City Council's upcoming…

The Times - News
The proposed budget is $218.3 million, including $80.9 million in reserves. Next fiscal year begins July 1.

Tigard/Tualatin Police Log: May 30-June 5

The Times - News
This week's calls for service include: a brawl involving pickup trucks, a rendezvous at a hotel that took a bad turn and a drive-through misadventure.

TTSD education briefs

The Times - News
TTSD hears budget comments and plans a summer lunch program.

At MET, a graduating class of three

The Times - News
Oregon Islamic Academy's tight-knit senior class prepares for graduation and beyond.

Signal lights to come on soon at Walnut and 135th…

The Times - News
Activation is anticipated by the end of June, replacing the last all-way stop on the Murray Boulevard-Walnut Street corridor.

Tigard's John L. Cook fetes winners of 'If I Were…

The Times - News
The mayor said Tigard's youth have produced 'some amazing quality' in the contest, laying out what they would hope to accomplish as mayor of the city.

Car show returns to Bridgeport Village on June 25

The Times - News
The event will feature a 1950s/1960s theme, with live music and dance, a fashion show, and games and prizes for children.

Tualatin City Council to consider rezoning request…

The Times - News
The property-owner has applied for the 0.64-acre piece of land to be rezoned to high-density residential, paving the way for apartment construction.

Five proposals submitted to run Sherwood YMCA

The Times - News
Interested agencies include the YMCA of the Columbia-Willamette, which has run the facility since 1998, and Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District.

Beaverton man sentenced for sex abuse, coercion…

The Times - News
Police say Sean Spaulding tried to blackmail a Tigard woman for explicit pictures and 'tricked' a girl into sending him nude photos.

Bull Mountain Park boosters to hold evening…

The Times - News
The 'Party for the Park' will be held at the Blakeslee Vineyard Estate in Sherwood.

Crash, arrest in Tualatin leads to 'human…

The Times - News
Roman Culver, 18, faces assault, eluding and drug charges, according to the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office.

Older storytellers hold audience spellbound

The Times - News
Washington County event at Beaverton library observes Older Americans Month and Mental Health Awareness Month.

Bob Terry seeks Washington County board chairmanship

The Times - News
District 4 commissioner has had long civic involvement and county experience, seeks seat open by pending retirement of Andy Duyck.

Voters approved Tigard Triangle urban renewal ...…

The Times - News
The city is preparing to seek grant funding for an 'implementation project' to determine how to move forward.

Local educators react to Trump decision on Paris…

The Times - News
Environmental professors weigh in on the short- and long-term implications of Thursday's decision.

Stabbing suspect defiant during court arraignment

The Times - News
Jeremy Christian's next court appearance was announced for June 7.

Women make their mark on Oregon's highest bench:…

The Times - News
When Judge Rebecca Duncan becomes Justice Duncan in July, Oregon will have its first-ever women-majority Supreme Court.

June is a summer festival month in Tigard

The Times - News
Festivals celebrating hot air balloons and local food and drink are set for this month.

Tigard/Tualatin Police Log: May 23-29

The Times - News
This week's calls for service include: a lot of complaints about dogs, an unusually attired bicyclist and a lot of unsuccessful shoplifts at Cabela's.

Trump proposal to eliminate Community Development…

The Times - News
Tigard, Tualatin, Sherwood, Beaverton and all of Washington County have leveraged local dollars and used block grants to benefit low- and…

Student, Soldier, Teacher, Board Member

The Times - News
Valdez Bravo is preparing to join Portland Community College's board.

Exhibiting an enthusiasm for history

The Times - News
Tigard High sophomore Kennedy Parish is headed to a national history competition in D.C.

Grand Ronde drummers to help dedicate interpretive…

The Times - News
The Tualatin Heritage Center has been working with the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde to develop the signage.

Fox prepares to take TTSD seat

The Times - News
Sharon Fox will replace Barry Albertson on the Tigard-Tualatin School District's board.

Hall Boulevard to be closed at Bonita Road just two…

The Times - News
Signs for the roadwork initially suggested a more extensive and much longer closure.

Hackers stole customer data from Oregon Chipotle…

The Times - News
Nearly 30 Chipotle restaurants across the state were hacked in March and April, with potentially thousands of credit card data stolen, according to…

Tigard police to hold first-ever open house

The Times - News
The event will include tours, demonstrations, and opportunities to meet and take photos with police dog Diesel.

Bonamici and other elected officials honor the…

The Times - News
The congresswoman also acknowledged the victims of Friday's MAX stabbings, as did Mayor Lou Ogden and state Rep. Julie Parrish.

Hundreds gather at Muslim Center in wake of deadly…

The Times - News
Vigil for fatal attack on MAX train coincides with first night of holy month of Ramadan.

Vigil set tonight in Tigard, following deadly MAX…

The Times - News
The Muslim Educational Trust will host an 8:30 p.m. vigil and interfaith dinner/breaking of the fast at the center, 10330 S.W. Scholls Ferry Road, in…

Tigard High students hospitalized after fainting…

The Times - News
UPDATE: A hazmat team found no evidence of a chemical exposure, according to a Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue spokeswoman.

Democrats: Medicaid concerns haven't derailed…

The Times - News
Oregon Secretary of State Dennis Richardson released a memo saying that the state, has not verified everyone covered by the Oregon Health Plan still…

Pay equity bill heads to governor's desk

The Times - News
Gov. Kate Brown is expected to sign the bill next week.

SolarWorld files notice of expected mass layoffs,…

The Times - News
The Washington County high-tech firm is one of the region's largest employers.

Legislators pursue changing appointment authority…

The Times - News
Many of the proposed projects on the list would benefit westside commuters.

Hazelbrook teacher honored by Tigard-Tualatin…

The Times - News
Jared Summers was named Teacher of the Year by the Tigard-Tualatin Education Association.

Tigard/Tualatin Police Log: May 16-22

The Times - News
This week's calls for service include: the wolf of Wall Street, a traffic incident involving mayonnaise and a stolen book of law.

TTSD passes conservative budget, bolstered by…

The Times - News
The district's budget is based on a worst-case state funding scenario.

Art in the burbs, for the burbs

The Times - News
Tualatin High School students create art to benefit local organizations.

Sidewalks, bike lanes, stop signs studied for…

The Times - News
Tualatin city officials have listed the 108th Avenue-Blake Street-105th Avenue corridor among the city's top transportation and safety priorities.

Book could close on Tigard's library cafe

The Times - News
The city is terminating Literary Feast's lease. While the sides expect to negotiate over a new lease, the cafe's future at the library is unclear.

Clackamas board reaffirms Stafford as an urban…

The Times - News
Votes on findings, agreement conclude decade-long debate over designation of area surrounded by Tualatin, Lake Oswego and West Linn.

Libraries halt fines for overdue children's books

The Times - News
Library officials said they hope the change removes a 'barrier' to low-income families checking out materials, especially as summer reading…

Tualatin an 'inclusive city,' City Council declares…

The Times - News
The resolution does not use the word 'sanctuary' but met with broad support at Monday's meeting.

Handel's Homemade Ice Cream set to open June 14

The Times - News
The Ohio-based franchise, the first in the state, will feature ice cream made fresh daily

Young musicians produce the sounds of Stafford

The Times - News
The Stafford Chamber Orchestra practices weekly and performs throughout the South Metro area.

Pedestrian dies crossing Highway 99W on Sunday

The Times - News
A Gresham woman, Norma Alicia Mendoza, was pronounced dead at the scene after being struck by a car.

Shallow-water option is favored for Wapato Lake

The Times - News
The Wapato Lake National Wildlife Refuge near Gaston is administered from the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge near Sherwood.

Memorial Day events scheduled in Beaverton, Tigard,…

The Times - News
The programs feature flyovers and guest speakers and will honor the nation's fallen.

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