Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

USPS mailing COVID-19 tests to Washington County

USPS mailing COVID-19 tests to Washington County

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Not everyone is satisfied. One advocate in Cornelius says requiring people to go online to order is 'a huge barrier.'
Hillsboro woman gets prison for stealing from adoption…

Hillsboro woman gets prison for stealing from adoption…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Melodie Ann Eckland was sentenced to 54 months in federal prison and ordered to pay over $1.6 million in restitution.
Washington County crafts Native land acknowledgement

Washington County crafts Native land acknowledgement

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The statement was prepared with the help of representatives from the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde.
New Oregon state senators to be sworn in Friday

New Oregon state senators to be sworn in Friday

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Sens.-designate Rachel Armitage and Janeen Sollman, both Democrats, were named to fill vacancies late last week.
PCC Foundation accepting scholarship applications

PCC Foundation accepting scholarship applications

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Awards range from $700 to $5,000 per year, and the average scholarship is $1,800.
Tigard native Dan Rayfield tabbed for Oregon House speaker

Tigard native Dan Rayfield tabbed for Oregon House speaker

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Rayfield, who represents a House district in Corvallis, is Democrats' choice to succeed Tina Kotek.
Beaverton couple shares 'chaat' through Khalsa Salsa

Beaverton couple shares 'chaat' through Khalsa Salsa

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Sukhdev Singh and Rippy Kaur created their Indian-Mexican salsa blends after falling in love with the fresh flavors of pico de gallo.
Service nonprofits could get grants from Beaverton church…

Service nonprofits could get grants from Beaverton church…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The Southminster Presbyterian Church Foundation has more than $13,000 to distribute to eligible organizations.
Rachel Armitage appointed to represent Oregon Senate…

Rachel Armitage appointed to represent Oregon Senate…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The Warren resident has experience working in the Oregon Legislature. She does not plan to run for a full term.
Oregon Capitol to start bag searches, use of metal detectors

Oregon Capitol to start bag searches, use of metal detectors

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Move follows 2020 entry by protesters and 2021 expulsion of lawmaker who aided them, and new ban on firearms.
Reser arts center represents 'house of hope' during COVID

Reser arts center represents 'house of hope' during COVID

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The unveiling of Beaverton's arts center will fall about the second anniversary of Oregon's first COVID-19 lockdown.
Washington County opens clinic at conference center in…

Washington County opens clinic at conference center in…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
County employees hope this new clinic will meet the increased vaccine demand in the region.
Biden names Oregon housing director to HUD regional position

Biden names Oregon housing director to HUD regional position

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Margaret Salazar spent 10 years at the federal agency before her 2016 appointment to lead Oregon's housing efforts.
John Dugger returns as Beaverton City Council candidate in…

John Dugger returns as Beaverton City Council candidate in…

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Dugger has received the endorsement of former councilor Mark Fagin, whom he ran against in 2020.
Oregon investigating private pop-up COVID-19 testing sites

Oregon investigating private pop-up COVID-19 testing sites

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Center for COVID Control under investigation after nationwide complaints of falsified, missing results
Marc San Soucie selected as Beaverton City Council president

Marc San Soucie selected as Beaverton City Council president

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Laura Mitchell nominated San Soucie for the role after serving as council president for two years.
Beaverton Police Log: Dec. 28, 2021-Jan. 1, 2022

Beaverton Police Log: Dec. 28, 2021-Jan. 1, 2022

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This week's calls include: a purse-snatching suspect, a man of many names, and two death investigations.
Rob Drake, Cornelius city manager, to retire from public…

Rob Drake, Cornelius city manager, to retire from public…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Drake has spent part of five decades in local government, including as mayor of Beaverton.
Man faces charges in Washington County for Oak Hills…

Man faces charges in Washington County for Oak Hills…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The Washington County Sheriff's Office said Aiden Samson is suspected of attacking his father with kitchen knives.
TriMet to limit 20 bus lines starting Monday

TriMet to limit 20 bus lines starting Monday

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The regional transit agency will reduce service 9% on Jan. 10 because of severe staffing shortage.
Bonamici: Build Back Better 'will make a difference'

Bonamici: Build Back Better 'will make a difference'

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Oregon Democrat says she maintains hope for final approval of President Biden's plan, which passed the House on Nov. 19.
Oregon legislator seeks to give citizens voice on tolling

Oregon legislator seeks to give citizens voice on tolling

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Clackamas County Republican Bill Kennemer hopes measure will tap into increasing voter frustration with planned tollways.
What to know about BSD's new restrictions on…

What to know about BSD's new restrictions on…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Beaverton has set guidelines for after-school activities as COVID-19 cases in Washington County hit a record high.
$25,000 in scholarships available for Beaverton student…

$25,000 in scholarships available for Beaverton student…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Applications for the annual Youth Arts Awards will be accepted until Friday, Feb. 18.
Clackamas meat distributor issues mass recall over E. coli…

Clackamas meat distributor issues mass recall over E. coli…

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Over 28,000 pounds of ground beef recalled Thursday by Interstate Meat Distributors
SoS: Nick Kristof does not qualify to run for governor

SoS: Nick Kristof does not qualify to run for governor

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The Yamhill native and former New York Times columnist criticized the decision and said he will appeal.
Omicron could wreck public life. Here's what you can do.

Omicron could wreck public life. Here's what you can do.

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Number of COVID-19 cases is likely much higher than reported due to the prevalence of at-home testing.
Kotek to step down early as Oregon House speaker

Kotek to step down early as Oregon House speaker

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Democratic candidate for governor sets Jan. 21 for departure as leader and member; succession is unclear.
2021 boating deaths remain above pre-pandemic levels in…

2021 boating deaths remain above pre-pandemic levels in…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
From 2010 to 2019, an average of 14.1 people died yearly in boating accidents.
Beaverton chiropractor seeks Fagin's seat on council

Beaverton chiropractor seeks Fagin's seat on council

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Edward Kimmi says he wants to amplify the voices of Beaverton's immigrant community.

Peter Courtney will leave Legislature after record…

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Peter Courtney will leave Legislature after record…
The Salem Democrat championed mental health and the institution itself; he has led the Senate for a record 20 years.

Local Democrats name Oregon Senate District 16…

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Local Democrats name Oregon Senate District 16…
Party leaders chose to nominate three political newcomers to succeed Betsy Johnson in the Oregon Senate.

Washington County could get windfall for drug…

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Washington County could get windfall for drug…
Officials may put money from a settlement with opioid manufacturers toward programs in Hillsboro and Beaverton.

Schools asked to halt extracurricular activities as…

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Schools asked to halt extracurricular activities as…
Health advisory recommends pausing practices or reinstating masks; warns of 'serious threat' to in-person learning

Beaverton launching more grants for businesses in…

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Beaverton launching more grants for businesses in…
The city is rolling out two new grant programs to offer relief to business owners as well as help them construct outdoor seating.

How you can help support homeless services in…

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How you can help support homeless services in…
Just Compassion is seeking volunteers and supplies at its Tigard and Beaverton locations.

Brian Clem wraps up 15 years in the Oregon House

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Brian Clem wraps up 15 years in the Oregon House
Salem Democrat took lead role in land use issues, including Washington County reserves and Metolius headwaters.

Pandemic: Entering Year 3

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Pandemic: Entering Year 3
In Oregon, COVID-19 infections are rising as the latest variant of the novel coronavirus sweeps through the state.

2021 IN REVIEW: Publisher Christine Moore leaves a…

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2021 IN REVIEW: Publisher Christine Moore leaves a…
The Times' longtime leader, who died in June, was community-minded and dedicated to her craft for decades.

2021 IN REVIEW: Washington County chambers clash

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2021 IN REVIEW: Washington County chambers clash
Attempts to move the Hillsboro and Beaverton Area Chambers of Commerce closer together backfired.

2021 IN REVIEW: Aloha commissioner sways Washington…

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2021 IN REVIEW: Aloha commissioner sways Washington…
Newly elected Nafisa Fai won majority support for stricter measures to limit tobacco sales.

2021 IN REVIEW: Beaverton school board race makes…

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2021 IN REVIEW: Beaverton school board race makes…
Conservative challenger Jeanette Schade lost by a wide margin, but she scored an appearance on 'Fox & Friends.'

2021 IN REVIEW: Police shooting sparked riot in…

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2021 IN REVIEW: Police shooting sparked riot in…
Jacob Macduff was shot and killed while apparently having a mental breakdown. Investigators say he had a knife.

Beaty: Despite challenges, 'Beaverton had an…

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Beaty: Despite challenges, 'Beaverton had an…
Beaverton's first female mayor spent her first year in office navigating the city's new charter and council-manager structure.

2021 IN REVIEW: Virus still dominates life in…

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2021 IN REVIEW: Virus still dominates life in…
Entering its third year in circulation, COVID-19 remains a challenge for hospitals, businesses and everyone else.

2021 IN REVIEW: Climate change affects Washington…

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2021 IN REVIEW: Climate change affects Washington…
A deadly heat wave claimed lives in Washington County, while the Bootleg Fire grabbed national headlines.

2021 IN REVIEW: Transformative times for WashCo…

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2021 IN REVIEW: Transformative times for WashCo…
K-12 schools are almost back to normal after a tumultuous year. Getting there has been a journey.

Sams' moment: 'Front-row seat to the U.S.…

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Sams' moment: 'Front-row seat to the U.S.…
Eastern Oregon man settles into his new role as head of the National Park Service.

Omicron variant has a grip on hospitals, state…

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Omicron variant has a grip on hospitals, state…
Legislative session could be delayed as Oregon wrestles with rising COVID cases

Washington County Kids announces grant awards,…

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Washington County Kids announces grant awards,…
Recently awarded grant funding will help support after-school programming for youth in Washington County.

Beaverton Police Log: Dec. 13-17, 2021

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Beaverton Police Log: Dec. 13-17, 2021
This week's calls include: a child abuse case, a stolen vehicle and an elusive shoplifter.

With more snow in Portland area, officials urge…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
With more snow in Portland area, officials urge…
Some government offices in northwest Oregon are closed all day, while others will open two hours late.

Beaverton schools shifting quarantine policies in…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Beaverton schools shifting quarantine policies in…
The district will implement a test-to-stay program, providing on-site tests for students who are exposed to COVID-19

Sunday snow sparks fun, few problems

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Sunday snow sparks fun, few problems
A Winter Storm Warning is in effect through 4 a.m. Monday with the most snow at the higher elevations.

Defendant charged in Portland riot pleads guilty to…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Defendant charged in Portland riot pleads guilty to…
The defendant still faces prosecution for weapons and riot charges from Multnomah County

Infrastructure plan pumps money into Oregon's…

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Infrastructure plan pumps money into Oregon's…
The Beaver State is slated to receive more than $92 million in 2022 for clean drinking water projects.

Washington County lends hand up to Afghan refugees

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Washington County lends hand up to Afghan refugees
Officials dropped off almost 1 ton of food at the Muslim Educational Trust in Tigard.

Washington County family wins two Oregon Farm…

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Washington County family wins two Oregon Farm…
Jacque Duyck Jones won the 2021 County Farm Bureau Woman Award, while her father, Larry Duyck, was also honored.

Oregon governor extends pandemic emergency…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Oregon governor extends pandemic emergency…
Kate Brown says the step is required to prepare for a surge in the omicron variant; she rescinded most others in June.

League of Oregon Cities head resigns after profane…

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League of Oregon Cities head resigns after profane…
Mike Cully was placed on paid administrative leave after sending abusive Twitter messages to the Beaverton mayor.

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