Our editorial: It's time to stop false attacks on the media

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Newspapers across the nation, including The Times, take an opportunity to push back against the 'fake news' nonsense.

Law enforcement leaders back sanctuary law

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Washington County Sheriff and District Attorney both oppose Measure 105 on November ballot.

King City is getting ready for housing challenge

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Mayor Ken Gibson: The population increase is coming for every city in the metro area; King City has a plan.

Our Opinion: Independent party must prove viability

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
We don't blame the IPO for using this unexpected bit of leverage. After all, the political deck in Oregon is stacked heavily in favor of the…

Letters to the editor

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Topics range from the White House border policy, to Alzheimer's research, to election lawn signs.

In November, vote to maintain Oregon's sanctuary status

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Current law is supported by many in law enforcement, encourages immigrants to trust police.

People are being heard on light rail plan

The Times - Opinion
My opinion: More need to get involved, and the deadline to do so is Monday, July 30.

Fire season requires attention from all of us

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Smokey skies over the region last year remind us that living so close to the forests is a blessing but has its impacts, as well.

Residents came together out of love

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Citizens' view: In response to a federal policy taking children from people seeking asylum, a community comes together.

Our Opinion: Compromise immigration bill needed

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
We call on our state's congressional delegation, Democrats and the lone Republican, to work toward a compromise immigration reform bill, rather than…

Participate when education task force comes to town

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
The Legislature proved that the 'road show' concept worked in 2016-17 to create a transportation package of bills; here's hoping lightning strikes…

Tigard takes first step toward smart zoning option

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Our opinion: It's time to reconsider strict zoning throughout Washington County in light of a shortage of affordable housing; to reduce transit; and…

Reflecting on Marylhurst

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Marylhurst trustees reflect on bittersweet last commencement for historic college.

Oregon leads nation in encouraging people to vote

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Credit Secretary of State Dennis Richardson for being on the correct side of voters rights.

Unhappy about vehicle registration fee? Blame the feds

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Our view: When Congress stopped increasing the federal gas tax in 1993, cities, counties and states had to step up.

Is Metro right agency to lead on housing?

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Our opinion: A lot more information is needed before moving forward with a massive housing vote.

We're not yet prepared for next big disaster

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Infrastructure Week reminds us that maintaining what we have is a key component for readiness.

Fighting to overcome the opioid crisis

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Congresswoman: Tour of state has led to analysis of our opioid crisis in Oregon.

Breakdown of voting in Washington County

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Our opinion: Two lessons to be learned from Tigard and Tualatin; new Washington County Commission still taking shape.

Our list of endorsements

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Tuesday is the dealine to vote; The Times will begin posting election results shortly after 8 p.m. Tuesday.

Ogden gets nod in BOLI race; position shouldn't be elected

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
The time has come for Gov. Brown and the Legislature to make this an appointed directorship.

Treece gets nod for District 2

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Our opinion: Director of Westside Economic Alliance would bring vision to county.

Citizen's View: 'Smart guns' aren't so smart

Regal Courier - Opinion
An experienced engineer questions the idea of using technology to solve social problems.

Give Deckert top job in county

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Our opinion: Former legislator would be the right fit to help a well-run county pivot toward the next challenges.

Letters to the editor

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
May 15 election dominates the mail bag this week, including DA and county races.

Letters to the editor

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
The Tuesday, May 15, primary election dominates the newspaper's mailbag this week.

Letters to the Editor

Regal Courier - Opinion
Support for Washington County DA candidate Kevin Barton; appreciation for Rep. Vial.

Collaboration connects students to their futures

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Portland Community College, Bank of America support the Future Connect program.

Letters to the editor

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Only two letters this week: Rep. Rich Vial gets kudos, and e-cigarettes get burned.

Let's praise student activism - from left or right

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Our opinion: From walkouts to nationwide marches, students are becoming activists; that's a good thing.

'Yes' votes will expand fire services westward

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Measures 34-280 and 34-281 shouldn't be on the ballot, but since they are, voters should approve them.

Tigard-Tualatin board got it right on contraceptives

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Our opinion: School leaders get an A+ for how they handled the issue in high school health clinics.

Column: Deactivate and participate

Regal Courier - Opinion
'I'm done with being virtually social by clicking on a posting and hoping it passes as actual sympathy or empathy.'

It's time to ban assault-style weapons

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Our opinion: Military-style weapons have no purpose in the hands of civilians.

Lessons in resignation of Sen. Kruse

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Our opinion: Not every agency handles harassment cases as well as Beaverton's chamber.

Editorial: Governor right to focus on jobs in her address

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Our opinion: Unemployment may be at record lows right now, but not everybody is experiencing the boom times.

My View: What's the chance of a woman president?

The Times - Opinion
Studies also have found that, for the voice of a collective group to be heard, that group must achieve a critical mass - around 30 percent. If we're…

Our community at crosshairs of national news

The Times - Opinion
Our opinion: Affordable Care Act (Measure 101) and DACA make news right in our backyards.

Our Opinion: Vote yes on Ballot Measure 101

The Times - Opinion
A 'yes' vote on Measure 101 allows the democratic process to work, gives lawmakers a year to monitor the new financing package they passed last…

Statewide road show for education: 'A' for effort

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Our opinion: Statewide road shows for transportation in 2016-17 resulted in an ambitious, bipartisan bill. Can legislators do the same for education?

PCC enters 2018 with optimism

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
President Mark Mitsui says college remains community leader in environmental movement.

Health care tax doesn't pass fairness test

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Voters should reject Measure 101 and force lawmakers to craft better funding plan.

A new kind of resolution: recycle

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
There are two main ways we can ruin recycling, writes editor Leslie Pugmire Hole.

Our Opinion: Vote 'yes' on Ballot Measure 101

The Times - Opinion
A 'yes' vote on Measure 101 allows the democratic process to work, gives lawmakers a year to monitor the new financing package they passed last…

Secretary of State: Oregon fails 1 in 4 students

The Times - Opinion
An audit of education procedures shows much more action is needed in this state.

Sexual harassment dialogue is overdue

The Times - Opinion
Powerful men are beginning to be outsted because of their inappropriate actions ... finally.

My View: Give to the arts by year-end

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Oregonians may get a 2017 tax credit for giving to the Oregon Cultural Trust and qualifying arts organizations by Dec. 31.

It's time for West Coast leaders to talk traffic

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Rep. Richard Vial: Bipartisan plan needed to address transportation issues.

My View: Kids' health shouldn't be a budget…

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Congress has cut funding to the Children's Health Insurance Program; Sen. Ron Wyden vows to fight for funding to allow the program to continue.

Superintendent Brown deserves kudos for district…

The Times - Opinion
Our opinion: As he gets ready for retirement next summer, Brown will be remembered for passage of the 2016 bond measure.

Voters renew PCC's $185 million bond by wide margin

Portland Tribune - News
Funds will improve PCC's job training centers, increasing the lifespan of facilities and reducing long-term costs, according to college officials.

Festivals bring out best in communities

Regal Courier - Opinion
Festivals bring communities together, and a slew of local ones involving onions and giant pumpkins and international cuisine are proof positive

Fall at refuge full of surprises

Regal Courier - Opinion
Trees are changing color, critters are scurrying for cover, birds are flying south, and volunteers are needed to work in the gift shop

Be visible when walking or biking on city streets

Regal Courier - Opinion
King City police chief warns residents to be careful when outside after dark and explains new distracted driving law

How to lose weight - instantly

Regal Courier - Opinion
People who can't 'adjust' their bodies can adjust their scales as a starter to a whole new body

Oregon's A.G. is right in suing over DACA decision

Regal Courier - Opinion
Trump Administration was wrong in terminating program after Obama Justice Department ruled it was within White House purview

Fall could be best time to visit refuge

Regal Courier - Opinion
From bats to birds to learning how to photograph wildlife, there is something for everyone at refuge

Summerfield crafters try rug hooking

Regal Courier - Opinion
The ancient technique is fairly easy to do, and the group also got a lesson in the craft's history

Our cities benefit from block grant program on…

Regal Courier - Opinion
These are tangible programs that benefit our families, our blocks, our neighborhoods, our cities, our Oregon

Some 'lost causes' are worth conversation,…

Regal Courier - Opinion
Oregon keeps making voting easier, not harder, unlike many other states

Drug drop-off and shredding day coming up

Regal Courier - Opinion
King City police chief says farewell to an officer and reminds people of upcoming opportunites to ditch old drugs

Are seniors an endangered species?

Regal Courier - Opinion
Summerfield resident laments scams that hit vulnerable seniors particularly hard

Wildlife refuge really comes alive in May

Regal Courier - Opinion
Many classes and activities are on tap, including the Tualatin River Bird Festival and work parties

My opinion: KCCA resident questions many of board's…

Regal Courier - Opinion
Questions include mysterious disappearance of administrator, why HOA attorney came to April meeting, and costs the board is running up

Legislature should require more transparency

Regal Courier - Opinion
Oregon Senate bill calls for more timely response to public records requests

Keep Fido on leash and pick up after him

Regal Courier - Opinion
Police chief reminds King City residents of ordinance regarding dogs; drug drop-off day is April 29

Beware of the low-flying crows

Regal Courier - Opinion
Columnist remembers crafty crows from her childhood and how they outsmarted her parents

KCCA board wrong to close committee meetings

Regal Courier - Opinion
KCCA resident questions some of Board of Directors' methods for running meetings and limiting residents' input

KCCA resident seeks to open lines of communication

Regal Courier - Opinion
Peg Beckwith is concerned that residents can't provide input during meetings and that KCCA records are not adequate

Refuge never looked so good after rainy winter

Regal Courier - Opinion
Tualatin River National Wildife Refuge is full of signs of spring at this time of year

Losing sense of smell is good and bad

Regal Courier - Opinion
She lost all sense of smell after sinus surgery but sometimes it's good not to be able to smell

Protests are great but now let's turn that into…

Regal Courier - Opinion
Protests around the region show that people are fired up about issues, but voting is not enough

Captain offers winter survival guide

Regal Courier - Opinion
TVF&R King City station crews want local residents to be safe on the roads and at home

Do marches make a difference?

Regal Courier - Opinion
The generations change but the marches seem to continue for a variety of causes

Advice offered for lawmakers as Legislature starts

Regal Courier - Opinion
Whatever the issues, Oregon Legislature should run more smoothly than the 2017 Congress

Back yard is full of entertaining creatures

Regal Courier - Opinion
Snakes, squirrels, crows and skunks in back yard all bring joy to wildlife observer

Police are a resource for homebound seniors

Regal Courier - Opinion
King City police chief encourages neighbors to look out for each other

Birds are big topic at this time of year

Regal Courier - Opinion
Bird count, Owl Prowl and industrious eagles are all part of refuge visit

King City can't afford to maintain streets

Regal Courier - Opinion
Highlands resident wonders why King City is annexing more areas when it already can't afford to maintain existing streets

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