Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

OHA: COVID-19 cases, death continue to rise

OHA: COVID-19 cases, death continue to rise

Hillsboro Tribune - News
State health officials said more virus vaccines are being given throughout the state.
Oregon high schools prepare for uncertain restart of sports

Oregon high schools prepare for uncertain restart of sports

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Soccer and cross country may begin competition in March; football, volleyball, water polo still in doubt.
COVID-19 cancels 2021 Portland International Auto Show

COVID-19 cancels 2021 Portland International Auto Show

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The Metro Portland New Car Dealers Association, which owns and produces the show, promises it will return in February 2022.
Hillsboro's Bag&Baggage theater creates extensive equity…

Hillsboro's Bag&Baggage theater creates extensive equity…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Bag&Baggage's detailed list of 12 goals was a response to calls to action by theater communities of color nationwide.
Hillsboro schools lay out 'tentative' reopening timetable

Hillsboro schools lay out 'tentative' reopening timetable

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Some younger students could return to classrooms as soon as next month, the Hillsboro School District says.
Washington County emergency radio service looking for…

Washington County emergency radio service looking for…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Amateur Radio Emergency System (ARES) offers communication when all else fails.
Oregon high schools prepare for uncertain restart of sports

Oregon high schools prepare for uncertain restart of sports

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Soccer and cross country may begin competition in March; football, volleyball, water polo still in doubt.
BOLI: Employers can require vaccinations

BOLI: Employers can require vaccinations

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The state agency released new information this week about the news, saying that workplaces may also make exceptions.
Portland, six other local districts reopening schools

Portland, six other local districts reopening schools

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Suburban and rural school districts across several counties plan a return to class in some limited way within weeks.
Oregonians ages 65+ can soon get vaccine

Oregonians ages 65+ can soon get vaccine

Hillsboro Tribune - News
As state ties COVID-19 death record, Brown says seniors will get doses. Meanwhile, feds ship doses faster.
Casino revenue helps Washington County nonprofit with funds

Casino revenue helps Washington County nonprofit with funds

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The Spirit Mountain Community Fund awarded thousands to the Sexual Assault Resource Center in Beaverton.
Applications open for Hillsboro Community Arts & Culture…

Applications open for Hillsboro Community Arts & Culture…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The Hillsboro Arts & Culture Council has provided more than $460,000 in grant funding since 2008.
Not enough doses: Salem COVID-19 clinic closes early

Not enough doses: Salem COVID-19 clinic closes early

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Vaccination rollout problems surface again as the Oregon Health Authority reports more cases and deaths on Monday.
At least 3 Oregonians appear to join U.S. Capitol…

At least 3 Oregonians appear to join U.S. Capitol…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The men appear to have also tried to storm the Oregon Capitol building in December, according to OPB.
Legislature opens 2021 session with a heavy infusion of…

Legislature opens 2021 session with a heavy infusion of…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Ritual and rhetoric are subdued; members of color reach historic high in Oregon.
Virginia Garcia receives first COVID-19 vaccines

Virginia Garcia receives first COVID-19 vaccines

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The nonprofit healthcare provider primarily serves groups who have been among the hardest hit by the coronavirus.
Oregon vaccination rate rises slightly

Oregon vaccination rate rises slightly

Hillsboro Tribune - News
State health officials also report 1,225 more cases and two additional deaths from the virus.
Brown calls out National Guard to help vaccination push

Brown calls out National Guard to help vaccination push

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Efforts are underway to speed up the slow start to inoculate Oregonians against COVID-19.
SunPower to close Hillsboro's former SolarWorld factory,…

SunPower to close Hillsboro's former SolarWorld factory,…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
SunPower purchased the 47-acre solar panel manufacturing facility in 2018 after its former owner faced challenges.
Public comment sought for 192nd Avenue sidewalk project

Public comment sought for 192nd Avenue sidewalk project

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Washington County is asking for comments on a planned sidewalk project along Southwest 192nd Avenue in Aloha.
Kyle Allen elected Hillsboro City Council president

Kyle Allen elected Hillsboro City Council president

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Hillsboro City Council President Kyle Allen says he hopes to help his colleagues be the best councilors they can be.
Rep.-elect Wlnsvey Campos of Aloha discusses age,…

Rep.-elect Wlnsvey Campos of Aloha discusses age,…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Campos will soon be sworn in as the youngest female state legislator in Oregon's history.
Report: Hillsboro Hops facing delays in 2021

Report: Hillsboro Hops facing delays in 2021

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Not holding a playoff tournament at the end of the season is on the table as well, according to Baseball America.
Learning new tools to engage students from home

Learning new tools to engage students from home

Hillsboro Tribune - News
At Banks High School, teachers employ a variety of strategies to ensure that students don't log in and then tune out.
Siege of nation's Capitol shocks Oregon: 'Is this really…

Siege of nation's Capitol shocks Oregon: 'Is this really…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Portlanders and others react with anger and sadness seeing pro-Trump extremists attempt to overturn November's election.
Local elected officials react to violence in nation's…

Local elected officials react to violence in nation's…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Most blame President Trump for claiming, without evidence, that the November election was stolen from him.
Oregon delegation caught in evacuation of U.S. Capitol

Oregon delegation caught in evacuation of U.S. Capitol

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Bonamici, Merkley describe scary moments as Trump supporters storm the building and Washington, D.C., goes into curfew.
One arrested at Oregon Capitol, but building was not…

One arrested at Oregon Capitol, but building was not…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Competing groups clashed Wednesday in Salem as a months-long lockdown was tightened.
Hillsboro Airport critic receives threatening anonymous…

Hillsboro Airport critic receives threatening anonymous…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Miki Barnes, founder of Oregon Aviation Watch, says the letter won't stop her from speaking out about the airport.
ODOT to assume control of Cornelius Pass Road

ODOT to assume control of Cornelius Pass Road

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Signs for the new Oregon Route 127, which will officially be a state highway, will be posted this year.

Westside state reps get gavels, committee…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Westside state reps get gavels, committee…
Ken Helm, Susan McLain, Rachel Prusak, Andrea Salinas and Brad Witt are all committee chairs.

Gina Roletto prepares to serve on Hillsboro City…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Gina Roletto prepares to serve on Hillsboro City…
Roletto said she looks forward to advancing the city's efforts to better serve marginalized groups.

Hillsboro schools to consider return to in-person…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Hillsboro schools to consider return to in-person…
Hillsboro School District officials plan to meet with state agencies and local stakeholders following new guidance.

Washington County receives $8.8 million from timber…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Washington County receives $8.8 million from timber…
Fish habitat restoration on Gales Creek is a project funded in part by revenue from timber harvests on state land.

Hillsboro announces student art competition

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Hillsboro announces student art competition
The winner's artwork will be featured on reusable tote bags to be distributed at the Hidden Creek Community Center.

2020: A year to remember(?)

Hillsboro Tribune - News
2020: A year to remember(?)
It was a strange year in western Washington County, as it was everywhere else.

Pacific University sports still await the word 'go'

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Pacific University sports still await the word 'go'
Boxer administrators, coaches and athletes remain hopeful athletics will take place.

Business owner's active life KO'd by coronavirus

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Business owner's active life KO'd by coronavirus
COVID-19's affect on the elderly and people with preexisting conditions is well known; one young Oregonian shares how her life is beset by it.

Oregon tobacco tax jumps $2 per pack, 65% vape tax…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon tobacco tax jumps $2 per pack, 65% vape tax…
After voters approved the tax hike of tobacco products in November, the new taxes take effect Jan. 1 across Oregon.

Oregon journalists who got COVID tell their…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Oregon journalists who got COVID tell their…
Pamplin Media Group Managing Editor Vance Tong of Oregon City and former Forest Grove News-Times editor Jill Smith of Gaston experience different…

Hillsboro nonprofit brings solar panels to Haiti…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Hillsboro nonprofit brings solar panels to Haiti…
Hillsboro-based nonprofit Brighten Haiti plans to provide solar panels to every household in a village within a year.

Sleep Safe RV program to close as federal relief…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Sleep Safe RV program to close as federal relief…
A Washington County-managed facility providing space for people to safely park RVs due to the pandemic will close.

78-day hospital stay makes believer out of…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
78-day hospital stay makes believer out of…
Joe Gutierrez hopes sharing his COVID-19 story more widely will help people understand virus' seriousness

COVID-19 survivor remembers how virus pushed him to…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
COVID-19 survivor remembers how virus pushed him to…
Quality of life will never be the same for 40-year-old member of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation

COVID hijacked my mom's brain and didn't want to…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
COVID hijacked my mom's brain and didn't want to…
Oregon resident shares story about 83-year-old mother who loses mental function after contracting coronavirus

Small businesses speak out on pain, opportunities…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Small businesses speak out on pain, opportunities…
CEOs, founders turn companies in directions they couldn't have imagined 12 months ago

Oregon drug overdose deaths spiking 40% in 2020

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon drug overdose deaths spiking 40% in 2020
The Oregon Health Authority links rise in preventable drug deaths to disruption caused by the novel coronavirus.

Gov. Brown changes course with re-opening of schools

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Gov. Brown changes course with re-opening of schools
The surprise announcement, the day before Christmas Eve, leaves decision up to districts

Essential workers reflect on struggles and triumphs…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Essential workers reflect on struggles and triumphs…
Pandemic has stretched many Oregon employees with long hours and heightened expectations, but they push on

Washington County's new administrator arrives at…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Washington County's new administrator arrives at…
Tanya Ange, who became Washington County's administrator this year, is focused on delivering county priorities.

Hillsboro reduces speed limits on 67th Avenue

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Hillsboro reduces speed limits on 67th Avenue
The city will officially begin to update its Transportation Safety Action Plan in 2021.

Five Oregonians share impact of 'long-haul' COVID…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Five Oregonians share impact of 'long-haul' COVID…
KGW tells stories of those experiencing lasting impacts from virus, months after they first got infected.

Oregon woman's death poses questions about health…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Oregon woman's death poses questions about health…
As hospitals fear being overwhelmed by COVID-19, do disabled people get the same access?

Dr. Ritu Sahni: 100% comfortable receiving COVID-19…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Dr. Ritu Sahni: 100% comfortable receiving COVID-19…
Medical director for Clackamas, Washington counties gets shot on Dec. 18, speaks about experience Dec. 21

Oregon reports less than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Oregon reports less than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases…
The state now has a total of 103,755 cases since the outbreak began, along with 1,347 deaths.

Portland bartender, COVID-19 survivor: Being…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Portland bartender, COVID-19 survivor: Being…
Soccer player Jonny Wessels survived COVID-19 with ease, and learned a lot about symptoms

Beware COVID-19 vaccine 'fraud schemes,' federal…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Beware COVID-19 vaccine 'fraud schemes,' federal…
As two vaccines against the coronavirus begin deployment, the FBI says scammers are already cashing in.

Water treatment facility approved in Sherwood

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Water treatment facility approved in Sherwood
Planning commission gives go-ahead to build plant on 46 acres off 124th Avenue

Washington County funds body-worn camera program…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Washington County funds body-worn camera program…
All Washington County Sheriff's Office patrol deputies will soon use body cameras at a cost of $1.4 million.

Oregon lawmakers get business done despite protests

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Oregon lawmakers get business done despite protests
They extend evictions deadline and set aside $800 million for pandemic and wildfires.

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