Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Oregon officials: Wear cloth face mask when out in public

Oregon officials: Wear cloth face mask when out in public

Portland Tribune - News
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and officials in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington counties, share new guidelines.
Oregon governor avoiding the spotlight during health crisis

Oregon governor avoiding the spotlight during health crisis

Portland Tribune - News
Where is Gov. Kate Brown? It's been five days since her last press conference, and one scheduled for Thursday was canceled.
Washington County sheriff's employee tests positive for…

Washington County sheriff's employee tests positive for…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Patrol division worker reports, and other employees are advised; risk of public exposure is low.
Oregon reports 73 new COVID-19 cases, one new death

Oregon reports 73 new COVID-19 cases, one new death

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Daily report for April 3: Oregon authorities caution against reliance on fabric masks as cases inch toward 900
HomePlate Youth Services adjusts services for homeless youth

HomePlate Youth Services adjusts services for homeless youth

Beaverton Valley Times - News
HomePlate is still conducting outreach to an unhoused demographic that is even harder to reach amid the coronavirus.
Man arrested on rape warrant after hit-and-run with deputies

Man arrested on rape warrant after hit-and-run with deputies

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Police used spike strips, PIT maneuver on Cornelius suspect who fled sheriff's deputies
How to manage stress, anxiety in time of crisis

How to manage stress, anxiety in time of crisis

Beaverton Valley Times - News
NAMI Clackamas continues to support those experiencing mental health issues
Portland City Commissioner Hardesty voices concerns about…

Portland City Commissioner Hardesty voices concerns about…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Her comments cast a shadow on the funding proposal Metro may take to voters in November.
Oregon unemployment claims hit 90,000 in shutdown

Oregon unemployment claims hit 90,000 in shutdown

Beaverton Valley Times - News
State Employment Department hiring more staff to handled expected influx of claims.
Many Oregon hospitals have less than week's supply of…

Many Oregon hospitals have less than week's supply of…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
A chaotic supply chain has left the state's frontline health care workers scrambling to find PPEs.
Medicaid mental health providers see spike in demand

Medicaid mental health providers see spike in demand

Beaverton Valley Times - News
'It's a bit early to tell what the increase might be, but we know there is an increase, and we're prepared for it.'
Busy signals: Oregonians struggle to file for unemployment

Busy signals: Oregonians struggle to file for unemployment

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Oregon's Employment Department is finding it difficult to handle a record number of new claims.
Cats can get coronavirus and pass it to other cats; dogs…

Cats can get coronavirus and pass it to other cats; dogs…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Chinese scientists studying effects of COVID-19 found that the virus 'replicates poorly' in dogs.
Hillsboro to open temporary homeless shelter, COVID-19 home

Hillsboro to open temporary homeless shelter, COVID-19 home

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The city and county plan to convert a hotel near the Hillsboro Airport into a home for area homeless.
COVID-19: OHA reports 47 new cases, one new death

COVID-19: OHA reports 47 new cases, one new death

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Also notes that one new case reported yesterday was actually in Washington state
Survey: Oregonians stressed by COVID-19

Survey: Oregonians stressed by COVID-19

Beaverton Valley Times - News
DHM Research survey shows anxiety is widespread, with most afraid of getting sick and their financial future.
Commercial evictions won't be allowed in Oregon, Brown says

Commercial evictions won't be allowed in Oregon, Brown says

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The governor issued a strengthened executive order Wednesday placing a moratorium on evictions for nonpayment.
Why insurers won't cover businesses' coronavirus losses

Why insurers won't cover businesses' coronavirus losses

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Northwest small-business owners are bracing for a wave of insurance denials after closures.
Costco to limit number of shoppers admitted per membership…

Costco to limit number of shoppers admitted per membership…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The warehouse chain previously implemented other changes, including new weekday closing hours and special hours for members 60 and older.
Strong evidence seen that Oregon's coronavirus restrictions…

Strong evidence seen that Oregon's coronavirus restrictions…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
A model by University of Washington researchers forecast that Oregon's hospital system will be capable of handling the flow of patients with the…
How many Oregonians have recovered from coronavirus? State…

How many Oregonians have recovered from coronavirus? State…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The state can't offer the metric that might offer a small consolation to many in the face of a deadly pandemic.Because it has no clue.
TVF&R firefighter contracts COVID-19

TVF&R firefighter contracts COVID-19

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The fire district says the firefighter was off duty at the time and has self-isolated for more than a week.
Unemployment insurance claims skyrocket in Washington County

Unemployment insurance claims skyrocket in Washington County

Beaverton Valley Times - News
A weekly report paints a dire picture, with a record number of unemployment claims statewide in Oregon.
Oregon schools shifting to 'distance learning'

Oregon schools shifting to 'distance learning'

Beaverton Valley Times - News
State education department says districts are unlikely to re-open this school year
COVID-19 projections improve for Oregon, not for Washington

COVID-19 projections improve for Oregon, not for Washington

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Peak resource use also predicted to happen later than originally projected, probably early May.
Mt. Scott Community Center to become coronavirus homeless…

Mt. Scott Community Center to become coronavirus homeless…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Advocates are increasingly calling for it as a way to protect homeless people and enforce social distancing for people living outdoors.
Goodwill lays off more than 2,600 workers, hopes to…

Goodwill lays off more than 2,600 workers, hopes to…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Well-known local companies such as McMenamins and Powell's Books have laid off most of their employees.
Portland restaurants face panic, frustration as rents come…

Portland restaurants face panic, frustration as rents come…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The risk of evictions looms, groups are asking for various forms of financial relief.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has (just) a cold

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has (just) a cold

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The governor consulted a doctor who 'has advised her that the symptoms do not align with that of coronavirus and has not recommended that she be…
Here's what first look at symptoms of some Oregon…

Here's what first look at symptoms of some Oregon…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Just more than 100 people in Multnomah County have tested positive, trailing Washington and Marion counties.

Your local park is still open, despite COVID-19…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Your local park is still open, despite COVID-19…
Parks managers say getting outdoors is good for the body and the mind, so long as you do it smartly.

Police, firefighters tackle COVID-19 in new way:…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Police, firefighters tackle COVID-19 in new way:…
Two local agencies are reading to young children online to help pass the time during governor's Stay Home order.

Beaverton authorizes $90 million in bonds for civic…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Beaverton authorizes $90 million in bonds for civic…
Property taxes not involved for urban renewal, Reser Center, Public Safety Center and park fountain.

Beaverton Police Log: March 22-29, 2020

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Beaverton Police Log: March 22-29, 2020
This week's calls include: a 134-mph joyride, an illegal chokehold and clothing thieves.

Family Promise of Beaverton makes one goal, but…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Family Promise of Beaverton makes one goal, but…
Group raises $300,000 to buy a home, but needs more to renovate it and to offer emergency relief.

At Wells Fargo call center, employees fear for…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
At Wells Fargo call center, employees fear for…
Wells Fargo workers contemplate using sick time to avoid dangerous office conditions

Officials: Self-service at Oregon gas pumps not…

Portland Tribune - News
Officials: Self-service at Oregon gas pumps not…
Self-service may be coming to a gas station near you, but it likely won't be completely unattended, Energy Department says.

Frustrated workers: 'I will be infected' without…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Frustrated workers: 'I will be infected' without…
Union-organized video conference highlights problems facing state workplaces, medical care professionals on frontlines of the COVID-19 fight.

Are you suddenly your child's teacher? You're not…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Are you suddenly your child's teacher? You're not…
We've compiled, with the help of teachers, a list of free local and national online resources.

Oregon will begin inspecting workplaces over…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Oregon will begin inspecting workplaces over…
Hundreds of Oregon workers say their employers are failing to heed the governor's call for social distancing.

Portland-area crafters begin making masks for…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Portland-area crafters begin making masks for…
Stuck-at-home Portlanders take matters into their own hands to combat a medical mask shortage.

Intel reports first coronavirus case among Oregon…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Intel reports first coronavirus case among Oregon…
Intel CEO Bob Swan said its factories in Oregon and elsewhere 'continue to operate on a relatively normal basis' during the outbreak.

Oregon unemployment-claims staff says agency not…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Oregon unemployment-claims staff says agency not…
Workers there have been spending their days fielding a tsunami of requests from at least 76,000 Oregonians who have been laid off.

Critics warn coronavirus rules could mean sharp…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Critics warn coronavirus rules could mean sharp…
Advocates say the OLCC left public health out of the equation when alcohol regulations were loosened.

How can we manage the stress of the coronavirus…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
How can we manage the stress of the coronavirus…
Three OSU academics have created a course to help people understand this stress and to find coping methods.

Beaverton extends its shelter through May 31 in…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Beaverton extends its shelter through May 31 in…
Priority goes to homeless 60 and older or with underlying health conditions; enrollment is by phone.

COVID-19: 548 total cases in Oregon, no new deaths…

Portland Tribune - News
COVID-19: 548 total cases in Oregon, no new deaths…
Oregon Health Authority clarifies that most recent fatality had an underlying health condition

How Asian and Chinese businesses are dealing with…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
How Asian and Chinese businesses are dealing with…
The Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon hopes to help Asian business owners during the coronavirus pandemic.

Trump approves major disaster declaration for Oregon

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Trump approves major disaster declaration for Oregon
The president ordered federal assistance at the state, local and tribal levels for the coronavirus outbreak.

'Don't accidentally kill someone,' Oregon COVID-19…

Portland Tribune - News
'Don't accidentally kill someone,' Oregon COVID-19…
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown launched the new ad campaign Saturday with the help of Portland agency Wieden+Kennedy

Oregonians to pump own gas during COVID-19 outbreak

Portland Tribune - News
Oregonians to pump own gas during COVID-19 outbreak
Oregon State Fire Marshal Jim Walker suspends rules prohibiting self service at gas stations for next two weeks.

COVID-19: 479 total cases in Oregon, one new death…

Portland Tribune - News
COVID-19: 479 total cases in Oregon, one new death…
Oregon Health Authority says a Yamhill County man has died, with new infections reported in 13 counties.

Oregon's order to support remote health may not be…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon's order to support remote health may not be…
Doctors, clinics and other providers struggle as Oregonians stay home. 'Telehealth' spreading, but unprofitable.

Oregon attorney general targets four stores for…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Oregon attorney general targets four stores for…
The Oregon Justice Department has sent letters to four convenience stores, three in the Salem area and one in Portland, in response to multiple…

Police: No stopping motorists to query why they're…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Police: No stopping motorists to query why they're…
Local police departments are staying busy quelling rumors, checking closed businesses, protecting officers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Beaverton extends city closures and emergency…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Beaverton extends city closures and emergency…
Services available by phone and online, but coronavirus pandemic has prolonged shutdowns.

Bonamici praises quick House OK of federal aid plan…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Bonamici praises quick House OK of federal aid plan…
Action on Friday sends $2 trillion bill, largest in U.S. history, to President Trump for his signature.

Oregon delegation seeks federal disaster…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Oregon delegation seeks federal disaster…
Bipartisan letter to White House comes in support of governor's COVID-19 disaster request.

Oregon projections: ‘Significant surge, PPE…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Oregon projections: ‘Significant surge, PPE…
Doctors say if social distancing requirements are lifted, the state could see about 15,000 people sick with COVID-19 by May 8.

Unemployment claims hit 76,500 in mid-March

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Unemployment claims hit 76,500 in mid-March
State Employment Department hired new people and shifted staff to deal with expected massive increase in claims.

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