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Sports

Mountainside softball gets back on track, beats Aloha

April 18, 2019 Beaverton Valley Times - Sports Matt Singledecker
Mavericks win Metro League debut by breaking out the bats against the Warriors

Jesuit baseball begins year hot

April 18, 2019 Beaverton Valley Times - Sports Matt Singledecker
Crusaders are the top-ranked team at the Class 6A level and continue to improve

Friends to Follow

Social media posts from your local merchants

Opinion

Opinion: Bowman is best choice for school board

April 18, 2019 Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion Barry Albertson
Former school board member backs nominee for a seat on the Tigard-Tualatin School Board.

Opinion: Give young Oregonians a voice at polls

April 18, 2019 Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion Alexandria Goddard
Sunset alumna and PSU student Alexandria Goddard says lowering the voting age to 16 makes sense.

Features

People of Providence - Meet Dan Oseran, M.D.

April 18, 2019 Portland Tribune - Features Brought to you by the Providence Foundation
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Dance done right

April 18, 2019 Beaverton Valley Times - Features The Times
Local students will hit the stage at Portland State University in May for a production of The Portland Ballet.
  • Culture & Community

    Beaverton Valley Times - Features
    Applications accepted for the 2019 Beaverton Arts Mix event, also known as BAM!
  • Out & About

    Beaverton Valley Times - Features
    A listing of theater, arts and musical events, along with things to do, throughout our communities.
  • Out & About

    Beaverton Valley Times - Features
    A listing of theater, arts and musical events, along with things to do, throughout our communities.
  • Out and About

    Beaverton Valley Times - Features
    A listing of theater, arts and musical events, along with things to do, throughout our communities.
  • Out & About

    Beaverton Valley Times - Features
    A listing of theater, arts and musical events, along with things to do, throughout our communities.
  • Out & About

    Beaverton Valley Times - Features
    A collection of theater, art, music and things-to-do listings throughout our community.
  • Creekside Village: A senior living experience in Beaverton

    Beaverton Valley Times - Features
    SUGGESTED CONTENT: Come make your home with us today at Creekside Village in Beaverton
  • Maryville: Service with Love

    Beaverton Valley Times - Features
    SUGGESTED CONTENT: For over 55 years, Maryville has provided service with love at our warm and homelike facility in Beaverton.
  • THS Theatre to present 'Lend Me a Tenor'

    Beaverton Valley Times - Features
    Directed by Jean Hunter Tindle, the shows are set for March 7-9 in the Tualatin High School Theatre.
  • Out & About

    Beaverton Valley Times - Features
    A look at the arts, entertainment and fun events on the calendar throughout our region.
  • Discover Beaverton Lodge

    Beaverton Valley Times - Features
    SUGGESTED CONTENT: Beaverton Lodge Retirement Residence is an oasis of richness in the city of Beaverton.
  • People of Providence - Meet Lisa Vance

    Portland Tribune - Features
    The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon
  • New Kiwanis clubs started in Beaverton

    Beaverton Valley Times - Features
    The newly formed group will focus on programs designed to help youths throughout the area.
  • Audiobook features 50-years-later collaboration between high school pals

    Beaverton Valley Times - Features
    Stevan Allred and Dan Rhiger graduated from Sunset High School in 1970; now they're collaborating on an audio book.
  • Our Table Cooperative founder says it's relationships that make the business a success

    Beaverton Valley Times - Features
    The rural Sherwood store and farm, located at 13390 S.W. Morgan Road, marks five years in business.
  • People of Providence - Meet Robert F. (Bob) Dwyer Jr.

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

Wheels

Pacific Power funds regional EV charging station grants

April 18, 2019 Jeff Zurschmeide
Pacific Power also announced a new technical assistance program. The free program provides advice to non-residential customers interested in installing charging equipment.

2019 Mazda CX-5 Signature AWD: More power, luxury

April 12, 2019 Jim Redden
A new turbocharged 2.5-liter engine addresses the only complaint about the highly-rated compact crossover SUV.

Dr. Pamplin's corner

Insiders

Start your day off with a nut

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Jimmy Tomato gets saucy

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What's at the Winter Market?

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