Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Hair stylist: Put scissors down during stay-at-home order

Hair stylist: Put scissors down during stay-at-home order

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Erin Wanderscheid, the owner of Twyst Salon in Beaverton, advises people to wait on cutting their hair.
Tigard distillery mixes up hand sanitizer for first…

Tigard distillery mixes up hand sanitizer for first…

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Nearly 4,000 bottles were delivered by the start of the week to agencies across northwest Oregon.
Hillsboro theater company Bag&Baggage to start season in…

Hillsboro theater company Bag&Baggage to start season in…

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Plays usually begin in the summer, but concerns over the spread of the novel coronavirus have pushed them back.
Tualatin Valley Garden Club cancels plant sale due to…

Tualatin Valley Garden Club cancels plant sale due to…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The club was planning on holding the event at the Washington County Fair Complex in Hillsboro.
Sterile techniques will help keep food safe, healthy

Sterile techniques will help keep food safe, healthy

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YouTube video shows how to sterilize grocery packages so you aren't bringing coronavirus into your home. Take a look and share this widely, as it…
Portland photographer captures families during stay-at-home…

Portland photographer captures families during stay-at-home…

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Natalie Gildersleeve is documenting families while they social distance during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sherwood urologist offers relief for those who need it

Sherwood urologist offers relief for those who need it

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
A new, minimally invasive procedure can address urinary issues due to enlarged prostate.
Broadway Rose Theater Co. cancels performances due to…

Broadway Rose Theater Co. cancels performances due to…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The Tigard theater announced on March 16 that it will no longer perform 'Ain't Misbehavin'' on stage.
Sherwood celebrates its best and brightest

Sherwood celebrates its best and brightest

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The Sherwood Area Chamber of Commerce cast its spotlight on local individuals and businesses at its MVP Dinner.
King City Kicks Cancer to proceed in 'virtual' form

King City Kicks Cancer to proceed in 'virtual' form

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5K won't be held as originally planned, but organizer will set up 'virtual' race so people can run or walk individually
'The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show' opens in Portland, March…

'The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show' opens in Portland, March…

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Oregon Children's Theatre will present the show through May 17 at the Winningstad Theatre.
State FFA Convention canceled in wake of new coronavirus…

State FFA Convention canceled in wake of new coronavirus…

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The gathering won't be rescheduled, but students will still get to compete in rescheduled competitions.
A&E podcast: Dancing in Downtown

A&E podcast: Dancing in Downtown

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This week Gabby interviews Bailey Wilkerson, Hillsboro Downtown Partnership's lead volunteer, about Dancing in Downtown.
'Murder in the Rain' podcast takes deeper look at horrific…

'Murder in the Rain' podcast takes deeper look at horrific…

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Longtime friends get together and discuss heinous crimes in the region's history.
Emler Swim School locations to open in Beaverton and…

Emler Swim School locations to open in Beaverton and…

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The school will provide swim lessons people of all ages, including adults in the community.
Honoring a life and a community, one 'Refutee' at a time

Honoring a life and a community, one 'Refutee' at a time

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A Washington County business owner honors his late father, an artist, in his labor of love.
A&E podcast: artist Edyta Salak

A&E podcast: artist Edyta Salak

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Edyta Salak won the Picture Hillsboro Purchase award for her piece titled 'FALL in love with Hillsboro.' She appears on this week's A&E podcast.
Hillsboro's Edyta Salak wins Picture Hillsboro Purchase…

Hillsboro's Edyta Salak wins Picture Hillsboro Purchase…

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The piece shows a view of the Jackson Bottom Welands from the artist's back door.
Starting a Food Cart Business workshop in Beaverton, March…

Starting a Food Cart Business workshop in Beaverton, March…

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The Beaverton City Library will host the workshop with the help of the nonprofit SCORE.
Bread & Brew: 20 questions for Portland's favorite mother

Bread & Brew: 20 questions for Portland's favorite mother

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Lisa Schroeder dishes up wit, wisdom gleaned from two decades in kitchen at Mother's Bistro & Bar
'Body Worlds & The Cycle of Life' opens at OMSI on March 7

'Body Worlds & The Cycle of Life' opens at OMSI on March 7

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The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry continues through Sept. 13 in Portland.
'Birds, Beasts and Burls' exhibit opens at Tigard church

'Birds, Beasts and Burls' exhibit opens at Tigard church

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The exhibit will feature three local artists at Calvin Presbyterian Church through April.
Washington County Sheriff's Office's new K-9 tracking team

Washington County Sheriff's Office's new K-9 tracking team

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K-9 Bolo is an energetic pup ready to hit the streets with his partner deputy Michael Zaugg.
A&E Guide: Take our brew tour

A&E Guide: Take our brew tour

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Small-scale ales: Take our tour of westside microbreweries. Plus gallery shows, concerts, theater and more. Read the spring edition of Washington…
Ninja Ramen opens in Hillsboro, offers authentic Japanese…

Ninja Ramen opens in Hillsboro, offers authentic Japanese…

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The restaurant is located near the Hillsboro Airport on 2020 N.E. Cornell Road, Suite D.
New sandwich shop, Which Wich, opens at Brookwood Parkway

New sandwich shop, Which Wich, opens at Brookwood Parkway

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Co-owners Dan Hamby and Scott Bean opened Oregon's first Which Wich location in Tigard in 2016.
Sherwood High School alumna Gina Williams publishes poetry…

Sherwood High School alumna Gina Williams publishes poetry…

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The collection called 'An Unwavering Horizon' is available for pre-order through March 6.
Beaverton's Kirk Hansen creates giving circle, helps…

Beaverton's Kirk Hansen creates giving circle, helps…

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100 People-X is a giving circle hoping to get 100 people to each give $100 to local charities.
Christian radio host in Wilsonville uses airwaves to inspire

Christian radio host in Wilsonville uses airwaves to inspire

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David Harms tries to offer approachable and scripturally grounded programming.
Oregon Symphony music director Carlos Kalmar leaves symphony

Oregon Symphony music director Carlos Kalmar leaves symphony

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Kalmar has been with the Oregon Symphony since 2003, and the 2020-21 season will be his last.

Portland Art Museum honors Mount St. Helens…

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Portland Art Museum honors Mount St. Helens…
The museum chronicles the changing perception of the mountain's peak with 'Volcano! Mount St. Helens in Art' exhibit.

A&E podcast: Willy Wonka. The Oompa Loompas aren't…

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A&E podcast: Willy Wonka. The Oompa Loompas aren't…
NEW: This week Gabby chats with the director, and the lead actor in Glencoe High's version of 'Willy Wonka.' The Oompa Loompas are creepy and it's…

New sandwich shop, Which Wich, opens at Brookwood…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
New sandwich shop, Which Wich, opens at Brookwood…
Co-owners Dan Hamby and Scott Bean opened Oregon's first Which Wich location in Tigard in 2016.

Oregon Children's Theatre presents play with dark…

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Oregon Children's Theatre presents play with dark…
OCT show relives WWII internment of Japanese Americans and will open on Feb. 29.

Bull Mountain-based online roleplaying podcast…

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Bull Mountain-based online roleplaying podcast…
'Inglorious Bards' is a podcast of a fantasy roleplaying game. The weekly event has a devoted following.

Tigard's Ryan Hunter creates an electric vehicles…

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Tigard's Ryan Hunter creates an electric vehicles…
'Electrified - The Current State of Electric Vehicles' is being promoted by Forth, a Portland-based nonprofit.

Pacific University professor asks if birds…

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Pacific University professor asks if birds…
A recently published study by biology professor Christopher Templeton provides insight into animal communication.

Date doctor's advice: Unplug phones, plug into life

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Date doctor's advice: Unplug phones, plug into life
As Valentine's Day approaches, Portland's Alma Rubenstein breaks down thoughts on dating and love.

From Hillsboro headquarters, DeMarini's bats…

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From Hillsboro headquarters, DeMarini's bats…
With 30 years under its belt, the local company has held its own against bigger competitors.

Local breweries celebrate Zwickelmania on Feb. 15…

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Local breweries celebrate Zwickelmania on Feb. 15…
Participating breweries will celebrate the state's craft beer scene with public tours and tastings.

Tigard's Elora Powell named finalist in DC Comics…

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Tigard's Elora Powell named finalist in DC Comics…
Fans get a chance to pitch their original ideas with one winner becoming a streaming series on DC Universe.

One Motorcycle Show at Veterans Memorial Coliseum…

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One Motorcycle Show at Veterans Memorial Coliseum…
The One Moto Show expands to a new venue in Portland, which will feature about 200 customized motorbikes.

Portland International Auto Show hosts Sneak Peek…

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Portland International Auto Show hosts Sneak Peek…
The party has raised millions for local charities and will take place on Feb. 19.

Noble Hop expands craft beer scene in downtown…

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Noble Hop expands craft beer scene in downtown…
Unlike most taprooms, customers are welcome to bring food from outside the bar into Noble Hop.

Forest Grove woman names business after her lazy eye

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Forest Grove woman names business after her lazy eye
Melinda Yeargin is legally blind and has a lazy eye, so she named a pool hall after it.

'Southern Rites' photos tackle racial tensions,…

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'Southern Rites' photos tackle racial tensions,…
This photography exhibit examines racism in America. See it when it opens Feb. 5.

'Much Ado About Nothing' at Forest Grove High…

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'Much Ado About Nothing' at Forest Grove High…
The light hearted comedy is part of the high school's annual Shakespeare series.

Westview High School students give back to local…

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Westview High School students give back to local…
The Bonnie L. Hays Animal Shelter in Hillsboro will be getting handmade training tables from students.

Cat Adoption Team in Sherwood celebrates 50,000th…

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Cat Adoption Team in Sherwood celebrates 50,000th…
Slinky, now known as Mrs. Bigglesworth, was adopted at age 2 by a loving family.

Sherwood Center for the Arts offers one-of-a-kind…

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Sherwood Center for the Arts offers one-of-a-kind…
Manager Chanda Hall likes to think of the services the center provides as a 'three-legged stool.'

Beaverton's 'Kid Governor,' others from Washington…

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Beaverton's 'Kid Governor,' others from Washington…
People from Portland's Westside suburbs were well-represented at the Royal Rosarians' award ceremony.

A&E podcast: Special guests Kristin Bair and Kevin…

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A&E podcast: Special guests Kristin Bair and Kevin…
NEW: Gabby interviews the writers of 'Up and Away,' a superhero musical playing at Broadway Rose Theatre in Tigard.

Hillsboro studio Laika on Golden Globes win and…

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Hillsboro studio Laika on Golden Globes win and…
'Missing Link' was released last year and is the animation studio's fifth film.

Portland pastor rendered quadriplegic able to walk…

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Portland pastor rendered quadriplegic able to walk…
After a near fatal motorcycle accident, Steve Ruetschle broke his neck and had to regain movement in his body.

Tigard non-profit gets $350,000 to help Venezuelan…

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Tigard non-profit gets $350,000 to help Venezuelan…
Medical Teams International acquired a $350,000 grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Somali author to speak at Beaverton City Library

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Somali author to speak at Beaverton City Library
Abdi Nor Iftin will speak on Saturday, Feb. 1 to conclude the One Book, One Beaverton reading program.

WilsonvilleSTAGE is more optimistic it will stick…

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WilsonvilleSTAGE is more optimistic it will stick…
With volunteer help, the theatre company in Wilsonville expects to continue putting on plays

Broadway Rose Theatre Company's 'Up and Away'

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Broadway Rose Theatre Company's 'Up and Away'
The company's new show opens Friday, Jan. 24, at 12850 S.W. Grant Ave. in Tigard.

Hillsboro student grows 24-pound cabbage and wins…

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Hillsboro student grows 24-pound cabbage and wins…
Shaivi Bathija is the Oregon state winner for the national Bonnie Plants Cabbage program.

Sherwood Foundation for the Arts' winter musical,…

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Sherwood Foundation for the Arts' winter musical,…
The comedic musical runs through Sunday, Jan. 26, at 22689 S.W. Pine St. in Sherwood.

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