Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Tualatin Valley Ale Trail highlights Washington County…

Tualatin Valley Ale Trail highlights Washington County…

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The promotion encourages people to explore 22 breweries, both new and old, in Washington County.
Keeping Your Kids Safe on the Internet While Distance…

Keeping Your Kids Safe on the Internet While Distance…

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Sponsored story brought to you by Xfinity - Comcast's xFi app offers a number of parental controls that parents can use every single day to monitor…
A day at the Oregon State Fair

A day at the Oregon State Fair

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Fried food, traditional crafts, rides, animals and even vaccines attract Oregonians to Salem for the state fair's return.
Thayer's wild ride with KISS

Thayer's wild ride with KISS

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Tommy Thayer, an Oregon Music Hall of Fame inductee, marks 20th year as 'The Spaceman' in the great rock 'n' roll band.
It's almost time: Scappoose Centennial kicks off Friday

It's almost time: Scappoose Centennial kicks off Friday

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Aug. 13-14 will be chock-full of fun community events as Scappoose celebrates 100 years as an incorporated city.
Edwards Center awarded $10,000 donation

Edwards Center awarded $10,000 donation

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The Fournier Group and a 2021 'Make More Happen' award sponsored by Safeco and Liberty Mutual will help the Center care for its vulnerable population…
Broadway Rose reopens to live audiences

Broadway Rose reopens to live audiences

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The Tigard-based theater company opens with 'Analog & Vinyl,' its first live performance in 16 months.
DIY photog studio 'Selfie WRLD' comes to Oregon

DIY photog studio 'Selfie WRLD' comes to Oregon

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Washington Square newest shop lets visitors pose in ultimate DIY photography studio.
The Meadowlark Mercantile mixes eco-friendly with vintage…

The Meadowlark Mercantile mixes eco-friendly with vintage…

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The fun, boutique store in Sherwood features eco-friendly products and some funny signs
FGUCC's new pastor arrived amid the pandemic. How's he…

FGUCC's new pastor arrived amid the pandemic. How's he…

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Pastor Brendan Curran's first year in Forest Grove has had its share of challenges.
Watercolor exhibit at Hillsboro Civic Center spurs…

Watercolor exhibit at Hillsboro Civic Center spurs…

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Katelyn Goldstein's exhibit 'Moments of Tranquility' depicts fragile but resilient structures, officials said.
Sexton Mountain trail connection planned

Sexton Mountain trail connection planned

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Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District says it will use the Sexton Mountain Drive right-of-way for the trail.
Beaverton Police Log: June 7-13, 2021

Beaverton Police Log: June 7-13, 2021

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This week's calls include: a doused phone, a stolen tip jar and a carjacked john.
Valley Catholic senior named Rose Festival queen

Valley Catholic senior named Rose Festival queen

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Lili Rosebrook was crowned as Queen of Rosaria, joining her mother, the 1989 queen, with top honor.
BUSINESS NEWS UPDATE: Home Remodeling is the thing for…

BUSINESS NEWS UPDATE: Home Remodeling is the thing for…

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Sponsored story brought to you by Custom NW Remodeling & Floors offering you the highest quality of workmanship, paired with the highest quality…
A slice of paradise for seniors: Beaverton Lodge

A slice of paradise for seniors: Beaverton Lodge

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Sponsored story brought to you by Beaverton Lodge Retirement Residence. Make lasting friendships at Beaverton Lodge Retirement Residence.
MorningStar: Our Residents are Our Pride

MorningStar: Our Residents are Our Pride

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Sponsored story brought to you by MorningStar Senior Living in Beaverton. Learn how their residents are living their golden years in a community…
Business News Update: MorningStar Beaverton

Business News Update: MorningStar Beaverton

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Suggested reading brought to you by MorningStar Beaverton Senior Living: Our Residents are Our Pride!
Wildfire-damaged logs find new life near Happy Valley

Wildfire-damaged logs find new life near Happy Valley

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Nonprofit organization uses partially burned cedar to make new trails along Mt. Scott Creek.
Beaverton woman a contestant on ABC's 'The Bachelor'

Beaverton woman a contestant on ABC's 'The Bachelor'

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Abigail Heringer, 25, is vying for Matt James' heart on the dating and relationship reality television series.
2020: A year of disruptions, for good and ill

2020: A year of disruptions, for good and ill

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A dramatic year's major developments weren't confined to the national stage.
Beaverton's Shoshana Bean to host streaming holiday concert

Beaverton's Shoshana Bean to host streaming holiday concert

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'Sing Your Hallelujah' features performances from Gavin Creel, Connie Talbot, Jeremy Jordan and more.
To compete is a gift for runner Kimmie Champion

To compete is a gift for runner Kimmie Champion

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New prosthetic foot helps Kimmie Champion chase her goals as a distance runner, inspire others.
Providence Festival of Trees goes virtual with 'Home for…

Providence Festival of Trees goes virtual with 'Home for…

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SPONSORED CONTENT: It's still as awesome as ever but just virtual. Check out the awe inspiring Christmas trees, attend the gala on Thursday, Dec. 3…
Tualatin Valley Creates installs musical bench in Cedar Mill

Tualatin Valley Creates installs musical bench in Cedar Mill

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TVC says the project at Timberland Park is part of its Musical Benches Public Art Collection.
Organizations planning interpretive center at Korean War…

Organizations planning interpretive center at Korean War…

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The center to be located in parks and rec administration building at Town Center Park
Beaverton resident creates an all people of color studio

Beaverton resident creates an all people of color studio

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Swordsfall Studios released its first graphic novel based on an Afropunk sci-fantasy universe.
Beaverton Winter Lights display starts Dec. 4

Beaverton Winter Lights display starts Dec. 4

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From Friday, Dec. 4 through Jan. 3, 2021, people can enjoy various light displays at multiple locations in Beaverton.
Libraries host 'Parenting During The Pandemic' virtual…

Libraries host 'Parenting During The Pandemic' virtual…

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On Dec. 10, the Cedar Mill and Bethany libraries will hold a Zoom session to help parents during COVID-19.
Beaverton Girl Scout helps homeless population during…

Beaverton Girl Scout helps homeless population during…

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At 18, Caitlin Anderson has been working toward earning the highest award offered by the Girl Scouts, the Gold Award.

Cat rescue organization will host holiday event

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Cat rescue organization will host holiday event
Kittens and cats will be in attendance for cuddles; pet vendors on hand as well

Business News Update: Moonstruck Chocolate

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Business News Update: Moonstruck Chocolate
Suggested reading brought to you by Moonstruck Chocolate - Moonstruck Chocolate Co. Innovates With New Plant-Based Oat Milk Chocolate Truffles

Beaverton Arts Mix! announces winners of virtual…

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Beaverton Arts Mix! announces winners of virtual…
BAM! was held online through the entire month of October, in celebration of arts and humanities month.

Creative Impact Workshops aim to help artists and…

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Creative Impact Workshops aim to help artists and…
This year, all workshops will be offered virtually via Zoom. The programs will also be available for free.

Two downtown groups in Washington County receive…

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Two downtown groups in Washington County receive…
The Beaverton Downtown Association and the Hillsboro Downtown Partnership are among the winners.

Beaverton School District offers free food boxes to…

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Beaverton School District offers free food boxes to…
The district says there are no requirements to pick up a box and distribution is open to all.

Sherwood Give n' Gobble goes virtual

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Sherwood Give n' Gobble goes virtual
Participants will be encouraged to 'walk, run, jog, mosey or waddle' on their own from Nov. 21 to Dec. 1.

In-N-Out eyes location in Beaverton for a possible…

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In-N-Out eyes location in Beaverton for a possible…
The burger chain submitted pre-application materials to Washington County officials to review back in August.

Two Beaverton nonprofits receive thousands of…

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Two Beaverton nonprofits receive thousands of…
In4All and the St. Mary's Home for Boys in Beaverton will have new funds to expand their programming.

Inside the battle against COVID-19 with ER doctor

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Inside the battle against COVID-19 with ER doctor
Dr. Cameron Klug, who works for Legacy Meridian Park in Tualatin, has been treating COVID-19 patients since spring.

Adelante Mujeres to hold virtual grand opening

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Adelante Mujeres to hold virtual grand opening
The Oct. 30 event will celebrate the renovation of the Forest Grove-based nonprofit's building.

Beaverton student named finalist in 3M Young…

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Beaverton student named finalist in 3M Young…
Ekansh Mittal began researching cancer detection methods and later developed a device for his project.

Beaverton dance studio adjusts to COVID-19…

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Beaverton dance studio adjusts to COVID-19…
ENCORE Performing Arts Center offers in-person and online dance classes for students during COVID-19.

Beaverton theater company presents an online…

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Beaverton theater company presents an online…
Experience Theatre Project's 'The Tower of Terror' brings a mix of live streamed and pre-recorded adventures.

New winery Amaterra planned in picturesque West…

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New winery Amaterra planned in picturesque West…
It'll feature a 12-acre vineyard, winemaking facility, chef-driven restaurant, and indoor/outdoor event spaces.

People of Providence - Meet Robin Henderson

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People of Providence - Meet Robin Henderson
SUGGESTED CONTENT: The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon. Learn how philanthropy is ensuring all…

Actors tie knot at Broadway Rose Theatre Co.

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Actors tie knot at Broadway Rose Theatre Co.
Malia Tippets and Joe Theissen are performing in a two-person play this month.

Washington County pumpkin patch farms adapting to…

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Washington County pumpkin patch farms adapting to…
Roloff Farms and Plumper Pumpkin Patch and Tree Farm are following Washington County's Phase 1 guidelines.

Terry King sets pace in Columbia County Racing…

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Terry King sets pace in Columbia County Racing…
King, a Warren resident, ended the year with a win in the Sportsman Division main

Dr. Scott Pike gives gift of sight in Guatemala

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Dr. Scott Pike gives gift of sight in Guatemala
The Hillsboro optometrist and Pacific University graduate has been operating a clinic for more than 20 years.

Westview High School student plans blood drive on…

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Westview High School student plans blood drive on…
Vicky Siah, 17, hopes 50 donors step up to give blood with new COVID-19 precautions in place.

Beaverton Restaurant Week continues through Oct. 4

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Beaverton Restaurant Week continues through Oct. 4
More than 30 independently owned downtown restaurants will present a specialty menu item during the week.

'Timber Wars': OPB looks back at environmentalists…

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'Timber Wars': OPB looks back at environmentalists…
It all started with the northern spotted owl's threatened designation, which changed Oregon forever.

Two sisters organize Black Lives Matter vigil in…

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Two sisters organize Black Lives Matter vigil in…
The BLM vigil, organized by Carol Halvorson and her sister Roberta Colas, follows nationwide and local protests.

The Spirit of Halloweentown is alive in St. Helens

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The Spirit of Halloweentown is alive in St. Helens
A Columbia County commissioner described holding the festival during the pandemic as 'a terribly stupid idea.'

Wilsonville reinvents the Harvest Festival

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Wilsonville reinvents the Harvest Festival
The event will include virtual programming, drive-throughs and other interactive activities

Cornelius residents participate in first-ever chalk…

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Cornelius residents participate in first-ever chalk…
Participants were asked to draw chalk art outside their homes on the sidewalk to promote social distancing.

New art exhibit at Hillsboro Civic Center comments…

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New art exhibit at Hillsboro Civic Center comments…
Pacific University professor Tyler Brumfield's exhibit 'Everyday Abstractions' reinvents iconic brand images.

Broadway Rose teams up with All Classical Portland

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Broadway Rose teams up with All Classical Portland
A Sherlock Holmes radio drama featuring classical music and turn-of-the-century celebrities will air Oct. 5-6.

Scappoose restaurant Mark's on the Channel to close

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Scappoose restaurant Mark's on the Channel to close
The floating restaurant has offered seafood meals and picturesque views of the Multnomah Channel for 18 years.

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