Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Garden Home Community Library to return to regular hours in…

Garden Home Community Library to return to regular hours in…

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No appointment will be required and masks for vaccinated visitors will be optional.
Diamondbacks' Carson Kelly set to play for Hops July 27-28

Diamondbacks' Carson Kelly set to play for Hops July 27-28

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The former Westview standout is rehabbing from a fractured wrist he suffered last month.
Man gets nearly 6 years in Washington County cab robbery

Man gets nearly 6 years in Washington County cab robbery

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Authorities say Josiah Johnson shot himself in the buttocks during a struggle with the driver.
WashCo to pay former employee $160k in discrimination…

WashCo to pay former employee $160k in discrimination…

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Glenda Quezada allegedly faced race discrimination, hostile workplace and retaliation working for the county.
Rising delta variant tosses wrench into state's COVID fight

Rising delta variant tosses wrench into state's COVID fight

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Health officials battling both vaccine hesitancy and 'a stubborn foe' in the virus
TriMet flying drone to monitor safety of MAX infrastructure

TriMet flying drone to monitor safety of MAX infrastructure

Beaverton Valley Times - News
A new pilot program will allow the regional transit agency to check overhead power wires using an aerial drone.
Apple adds 50,000 square feet of office space in Beaverton

Apple adds 50,000 square feet of office space in Beaverton

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The tech giant is leasing a 50,000 square foot building just outside Tualatin Hills Nature Park
Washington County OKs new addiction treatment center

Washington County OKs new addiction treatment center

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The next step will be finding a prime location within the county's already competitive market
Oregon pushes to help people find jobs as federal benefits…

Oregon pushes to help people find jobs as federal benefits…

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In-person meetings will supplement telephone calls and online help for job seekers in a recovering economy.
Beaverton Police Log: July 4-10, 2021

Beaverton Police Log: July 4-10, 2021

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This week's calls include: stolen instruments, a drunken driver trying to flee, and indecent exposure.
Hotter, bigger, faster: Oregon faces historic fire season

Hotter, bigger, faster: Oregon faces historic fire season

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Governor, officials push for more preparedness as huge fires burn hundreds of acres, COVID variant looms.
Redistricting fight begins with Dems battling Dems

Redistricting fight begins with Dems battling Dems

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In one corner is an unhappy congressional delegation; in other corner is deal-making House Speaker Tina Kotek
Ticket reservation system launched for Multnomah Falls

Ticket reservation system launched for Multnomah Falls

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New controlled entry attempts to curb traffic crunch at popular tourist destination
OLCC to become Oregon Liquor & Cannabis Commission

OLCC to become Oregon Liquor & Cannabis Commission

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Name change recognizes new responsibilities under legislation from House Bill 3000
'Back to normal' easier said than done at THPRD

'Back to normal' easier said than done at THPRD

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Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation facilities still aren't up and running back to pre-lockdown standards.
WCSO: FedEx driver accused of sexually abusing children

WCSO: FedEx driver accused of sexually abusing children

Beaverton Valley Times - News
One alleged victim reportedly told her parents about Alejandro Negrete after seeing his photo on the news.
Scoggins Dam upgrade delayed

Scoggins Dam upgrade delayed

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The three options to make the dam seismically safe are more expensive than the project team initially thought.
'Giddy with anticipation': WashCo Fair performers eager to…

'Giddy with anticipation': WashCo Fair performers eager to…

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After traveling performers' shows were canceled for more than a year, the Washington County Fair marks a comeback.
Women, minorities, young affected most in pandemic downturn

Women, minorities, young affected most in pandemic downturn

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Employment Department report finds implications for Oregon economic recovery now under way.
Applications open now for 81 affordable units in Tigard

Applications open now for 81 affordable units in Tigard

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Metro, the regional goverment, has neared the finish line for the first housing project funded by its 2018 bond.
West End District to welcome Portland Cider Co.

West End District to welcome Portland Cider Co.

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The cidery's owners hope their first Westside location will draw guests seeking a more 'urban feel.'
Gaston Fire offers two-day academy for women

Gaston Fire offers two-day academy for women

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The program exposes women to fire service jobs and vast firefighting career opportunities.
Six Oregon mayors back Biden's infrastructure package

Six Oregon mayors back Biden's infrastructure package

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369 mayors of U.S. cities, including Portland, Gresham, Beaverton and Tigard, write to support the bipartisan bill.
Winterhawks adopt new logo, drop native imagery

Winterhawks adopt new logo, drop native imagery

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Portland's Western Hockey League club will no longer have Native American image as crest
Oregon Planned Parenthood leaders on victories from Salem…

Oregon Planned Parenthood leaders on victories from Salem…

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An Do and Lindsey Sadlou reflect on acheivements made locally and at the Legislature on social equity.
Biden's education secretary visits Beaverton, Hillsboro…

Biden's education secretary visits Beaverton, Hillsboro…

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U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona and Rep. Suzanne Bonamici visited schools to see federal money in action.
Oregon Capitol opens to public for first time in 16 months

Oregon Capitol opens to public for first time in 16 months

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Self-guided tours will be allowed as visitor services and Capitol Bookstore reopen.
Pandemic makes a big impact on Oregon workforce

Pandemic makes a big impact on Oregon workforce

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Survey says many Oregonians seek better opportunities, more job security as labor market heats up.
Hillsboro Chamber officially becomes 'Washington County…

Hillsboro Chamber officially becomes 'Washington County…

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After a member vote, the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce changed its name to the 'Washington County Chamber of Commerce.'
Beaverton Police Log: June 26-July 3, 2021

Beaverton Police Log: June 26-July 3, 2021

Beaverton Valley Times - News
This week's calls include: a wrong-way driver, mysterious smoke from downstairs, and an identity forger.

Extreme heat, early wildfires part of 'new normal,'…

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Extreme heat, early wildfires part of 'new normal,'…
More than 800 people sought help from heat-related medical issues; heat wave added to 18 months of catastrophes.

Local, national disasters seek TVF&R personnel,…

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Local, national disasters seek TVF&R personnel,…
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue crews are responding to multiple disasters, from Southern Oregon to Florida.

Broadway Rose reopens to live audiences

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Broadway Rose reopens to live audiences
The Tigard-based theater company opens with 'Analog & Vinyl,' its first live performance in 16 months.

Washington County Fair returns with some…

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Washington County Fair returns with some…
Fair officials say people can expect the fair to feature most of the fun, food and activities as in previous years.

Federal dollars flow to Washington County drop-in…

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Federal dollars flow to Washington County drop-in…
The American Rescue Plan will help fund the HomePlate Youth Services center for Washington County's unhoused youth.

Water now flows from Washington Park reservoir in…

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Water now flows from Washington Park reservoir in…
The Water Bureau has filled both underground vaults with drinking water, but finishing touches won't be done until 2025.

Disgraced Trump rival sentenced for trying to…

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Disgraced Trump rival sentenced for trying to…
Attorney Michael Avenatti was convicted of trying to extort millions from the multinational shoe company.

What the INVEST in America Act could mean for NW…

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What the INVEST in America Act could mean for NW…
$19.36 million in funds could help bolster five crucial infrastructure projects.

Free virtual marketing workshop offered to local…

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Free virtual marketing workshop offered to local…
National advertising expert Mike Blinder will host a 45-minute workshop on Wednesday, July 14, at 9 a.m., offering ideas to help local business…

Oregon lawmakers pump money, oversight into health…

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Oregon lawmakers pump money, oversight into health…
Residents will have to wait to see whether increased spending and regulation will yield results.

Prayer vigil for Ralph Brown set for July 11

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Prayer vigil for Ralph Brown set for July 11
The event will be held at 1 p.m. at the United Church of Christ in Forest Grove. Brown has been missing since May 16.

Beaverton men rescue woman from alleged assault

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Beaverton men rescue woman from alleged assault
Police say two bystanders intervened when a woman was sexually assaulted on a MAX platform.

Move Idaho border? Not so fast, say many Oregonians

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Move Idaho border? Not so fast, say many Oregonians
Greater Idaho movement finds some support, and some opposition, in latest Oregon Values poll.

Beaverton Chamber officials resigned amid possible…

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Beaverton Chamber officials resigned amid possible…
Personnel disputes and frustrations with leadership may have hindered merger discussions between the two chambers.

Oregon minimum wage jumps to $14 an hour in…

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Oregon minimum wage jumps to $14 an hour in…
Entry-level workers in the metro area just got a 75-cent raise, but those outside the Portland region will make less.

What went wrong? Few answers as 'terrifying' heat…

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What went wrong? Few answers as 'terrifying' heat…
The Oregon State Medical Examiner released another stark tally of those who perished during the historic heat wave last month.

Grocers push to put liquor sales on 2022 ballot

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Grocers push to put liquor sales on 2022 ballot
A majority of Oregonians support a proposal to sell liquor in grocery stores, but two previous ballot fights failed.

Shakespeare Festival returning to Beaverton

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Shakespeare Festival returning to Beaverton
The three-day festival begins July 16 at the Beaverton City Library. Performances will be held outside.

Beaverton Chamber lobbies against Hillsboro Chamber…

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Beaverton Chamber lobbies against Hillsboro Chamber…
The Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce is telling members not to support the 'Washington County Chamber' renaming.

Beaverton Police Log: June 19-25, 2021

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Beaverton Police Log: June 19-25, 2021
This week's calls include: distinctive tattoos, asleep at the wheel and a lengthy 'test drive.'

Affordable housing coming 'round South Cooper…

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Affordable housing coming 'round South Cooper…
Starting in 2023, Wishcamper Development Partners and BRIDGE Housing will add nearly 400 low-income apartments.

Oregon Legislature wrestles big issues ahead of…

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Oregon Legislature wrestles big issues ahead of…
Gun control initiative, Capitol reopening and redistricting on the state menu for a busy legislative off-season.

How Westside fire agencies dealt with brutal heat…

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How Westside fire agencies dealt with brutal heat…
Columbia River Fire & Rescue, Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue, and Hillsboro Fire log several heat-related calls.

Future 'will be even hotter': Oregon heat deaths…

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Future 'will be even hotter': Oregon heat deaths…
A 3-day blast of summer became the region's deadliest single incident in decades. It's supposed to be a once-in-a-lifetime event. Meteorologists…

During COVID, libraries had to go virtual. They…

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During COVID, libraries had to go virtual. They…
Librarians across the county say virtual programs have helped them expand access in ways never imagined.

Tigard Council bans fireworks this Fourth

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Tigard Council bans fireworks this Fourth
The Tigard City Council joined Tualatin banning fireworks in the wake of hot, dry weather and 100-degree temperatures

Beaverton Police Log: June 14-18, 2021

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Beaverton Police Log: June 14-18, 2021
This week's calls include aggressive MAX riders, counterfeit Elmers trips and loud hotel guests.

The Meadowlark Mercantile mixes eco-friendly with…

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The Meadowlark Mercantile mixes eco-friendly with…
The fun, boutique store in Sherwood features eco-friendly products and some funny signs

New Oregon recycling plan awaits Gov. Brown's OK

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New Oregon recycling plan awaits Gov. Brown's OK
Bill requires makers of plastics, paper, other materials to help reduce, reuse and recycle waste.

Mayor to residents: Please don't light fireworks…

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Mayor to residents: Please don't light fireworks…
Beaverton mayor Lacey Beaty and Tigard state Rep. Dacia Grayber are urging residents to avoid fireworks this Fourth

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