Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Survey: 93% of pets are part of 'family' for Oregonians

Survey: 93% of pets are part of 'family' for Oregonians

Gentle and quiet, fat and toothless, old and set in their ways - we love our pets anyway.
Washington County WIC program helps families of young…

Washington County WIC program helps families of young…

The county is looking to spread the word about this resource, which could lose funding if more people don't sign up.
Games & Puzzle Corner

Games & Puzzle Corner

Looking to play some games? We've got you covered with mini-crosswords, word searches, and sudoku!
Survey: Wildfire fears eased after spring rains soak Oregon

Survey: Wildfire fears eased after spring rains soak Oregon

Nearly 80% of respondents had moderate or great concern about the loss of public forestland.
Teen's stabbing in Cook Park a rarity for Tigard

Teen's stabbing in Cook Park a rarity for Tigard

The most serious violent incident at Cook Park prior to the June 23 stabbing was an alleged assault in 2005.
Risky pastime: Fireworks season woes

Risky pastime: Fireworks season woes

Fire risk, runaway pets and impacted vets are all consequences of fireworks displays. Some are trying to change that.
New Washington County Elections manager appointed

New Washington County Elections manager appointed

Dan Forester, who previously worked at Multnomah County Elections, will now head the Washington County department.
East vs. west meets left vs. right in 5th District race

East vs. west meets left vs. right in 5th District race

Abortion likely to be big issue in the election after the U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.
Ridwell files second lawsuit against WashCo over recycling

Ridwell files second lawsuit against WashCo over recycling

The Seattle-based company says Recycle+ violates state law. Pride Disposal has jumped to the county's defense.
Minimum wage will increase July 1 in Oregon

Minimum wage will increase July 1 in Oregon

Wages will increase to $14.75 for much of the Portland area, $13.50 for outlying areas.
Survey: Majority of Oregonians support stricter gun laws

Survey: Majority of Oregonians support stricter gun laws

Residents of state are more polarized on issue than nationally based on political party affiliation.
New Hatfield biography focuses on early years, governorship

New Hatfield biography focuses on early years, governorship

With Senate papers due to open, historian praises 'admirable leadership,' but also touches on later scandals.
U.S. Supreme Court overturns reproductive rights

U.S. Supreme Court overturns reproductive rights

Oregon reactions roll in on the ruling that ends federal guarantees of a woman's right to choose.
SLIDESHOW: Hot-air balloons on display in Tigard

SLIDESHOW: Hot-air balloons on display in Tigard

The Tigard Festival of Balloons is underway, restoring a time-honored tradition after two years of cancellations.
Oregonians send aid to Ukrainians, with love

Oregonians send aid to Ukrainians, with love

Happy Valley woman mobilizes friends to create nonprofit, provide supplies and bread for war-ravaged country
Deja Fitzwater crowned Miss Oregon's Outstanding Teen 2022

Deja Fitzwater crowned Miss Oregon's Outstanding Teen 2022

Tigard High School student, 17-year-old Clackamas County resident will attend national pageant in August
TriMet to cancel some bus lines in September

TriMet to cancel some bus lines in September

The regional transit agency is reducing service again because of its worst driver shortage.
Fun and flying: Tigard Festival of Balloons returns

Fun and flying: Tigard Festival of Balloons returns

There will be as many as 20 balloons taking flight June 24-26 at Cook Park; tethered rides are available for all ages.
WashCo Jail deaths highlight larger trend and previous jail…

WashCo Jail deaths highlight larger trend and previous jail…

The Washington County Jail in Hillsboro has never had a stretch quite like the recent three deaths in under two months.
WashCo approves $1.6B budget, though larger work remains

WashCo approves $1.6B budget, though larger work remains

County officials say they must take a microscope to county budgets and operations in order to avoid future shortfalls.
Oregon senators: Only Congress can safeguard gay rights

Oregon senators: Only Congress can safeguard gay rights

Advocates join Merkley and Wyden to say state laws and Supreme Court decisions are not enough to end legal bias.
Oregon House speaker shuffles committee assignments

Oregon House speaker shuffles committee assignments

Economic Development, Housing, Judiciary and others get new lineups in a potential preview of 2023.
Not all public employees get Juneteenth as paid holiday

Not all public employees get Juneteenth as paid holiday

Oak Lodge Water workers formally encourage district to follow most other public-sector employers in area
Tigard man indicted in federal court over school shooting…

Tigard man indicted in federal court over school shooting…

Braeden Richard Riess was previously arrested by the Sherwood Police Department for the emailed threats.
Proof of eligibility for 'Safe Harbor' eviction protection…

Proof of eligibility for 'Safe Harbor' eviction protection…

Moratorium for tenants with pending rent assistance applications expires Sept. 30.
Developer eyes second hotel for Sherwood

Developer eyes second hotel for Sherwood

Sherwood's first hotel within its city limits was the Hampton by Hilton Sherwood Portland, which opened in 2020
Washington County's legal battle with Ridwell explained

Washington County's legal battle with Ridwell explained

The Seattle-based company is suing, saying the county violated state law to protect regional monopolies.
Portland-area cousins recall WWII and Japanese internment

Portland-area cousins recall WWII and Japanese internment

Native Oregonians talk about their families' experiences during world's deadliest conflict, as Oregon honors them.
Alleged sex abuse reported to Sherwood school resource…

Alleged sex abuse reported to Sherwood school resource…

A 29-year-old man was recently indicted on 18 charges stemming from the alleged victim's report.
A top GOP primary candidate bolts party to back Betsy…

A top GOP primary candidate bolts party to back Betsy…

Top three Republican finisher says unaffiliated Johnson has best chance to be elected Oregon governor.

Report: Climate crisis negatively impacting youth…

Report: Climate crisis negatively impacting youth…
The Oregon Health Authority finds fires, drought, rising temperatures are chronic stressors for young people.

Less than half of Oregonians say they're familiar…

Less than half of Oregonians say they're familiar…
Survey finds only 38% of residents have knowledge of 1972 law banning sex bias in school.

Hillsboro Hawthorn Walk-in Center to stop taking…

Hillsboro Hawthorn Walk-in Center to stop taking…
Washington County announced that staffing shortages are impacting services at the mental health crisis resource.

SLIDESHOW: Time for celebration in Sherwood for…

SLIDESHOW: Time for celebration in Sherwood for…
Sherwood High School's graduating seniors braved the rain for commencement Friday, June 10.

Longtime Sherwood School Board member steps down

Longtime Sherwood School Board member steps down
Sue Hekker, who joined the school board in 2007, has weathered a recession and the stubborn COVID-19 pandemic.

Wild west will settle partisan power in Salem

Wild west will settle partisan power in Salem
Both parties say they are confident of gains in the Oregon Legislature in the 2022 general election.

Sherwood approves interim superintendent, bids…

Sherwood approves interim superintendent, bids…
On Wednesday, the Sherwood school board approved hiring Jeremy Lyon as interim superintendent for 2022-23.

WashCo recycling program under fire before launch

WashCo recycling program under fire before launch
A California company demanded its name be removed from a county website for Recycle+.

Sherwood Police Chief Ty Hanlon getting to know…

Sherwood Police Chief Ty Hanlon getting to know…
Hanlon has been chief of police since January, replacing longtime chief Jeff Groth, who served 14 years.

Redistricting roils legislative races east of the…

Redistricting roils legislative races east of the…
The 2022 races for the Oregon Legislature will determine the mix of lawmakers the next governor will deal with for the next two years. 

Tualatin's Ice Age visitor center to be dedicated…

Tualatin's Ice Age visitor center to be dedicated…
The Tualatin Public Library will be the city's temporary stopover on the Ice Age Floods National Geologic Trail.

Milk bank donations surge amid ongoing formula…

Milk bank donations surge amid ongoing formula…
Out-of-stock rates for formula recently topped 85% in Oregon as communities and public agencies look to help.

Sherwood moves to hire interim superintendent

Sherwood moves to hire interim superintendent
Pending a formal vote Wednesday, the Sherwood School Board wants to hire former Hillsboro superintendent Jeremy Lyon

Polling: Oregonians split on Title IX laws for…

Polling: Oregonians split on Title IX laws for…
Oregon Values & Beliefs Center survey shows research does little to sway public opinion on bathroom access or sports

WashCo Jail: Third inmate death in two months…

WashCo Jail: Third inmate death in two months…
A third inmate has died while in custody at the Washington County Jail, mirroring a nationwide trend.

Oregon poised to commit last of its emergency…

Oregon poised to commit last of its emergency…
Officials tell lawmakers $30 million remains; $363 million paid during past year helped 55,000 families.

Oregon politics: New poll, Legislative Days and…

Oregon politics: New poll, Legislative Days and…
An early poll of the race for governor shows a tight race among the trio of major candidates.

Sherwood to interview interim superintendent…

Sherwood to interview interim superintendent…
Jeremy Lyon formerly worked in the Hillsboro School District, and would served for at least one year if hired.

Metro President Lynn Peterson wins second term

Metro President Lynn Peterson wins second term
Incumbent will receive more than 50% of the vote even though ballots are still being counted

New and very different USS Oregon joins the U.S.…

New and very different USS Oregon joins the U.S.…
The commissioning ceremony for the Virginia-class submarine will be live streamed at 8 a.m. Saturday. May 28.

Washington County to end contract for ambulance…

Washington County to end contract for ambulance…
The county board voted to end its deal with Metro West, the county's ambulance service provider for more than 20 years.

Westside mayors talk progress at forum

Westside mayors talk progress at forum
After two years of Zoom calls, 10 area mayors met in-person to discuss progress in their cities.

Washington County concludes homeless count

Washington County concludes homeless count
This year's point-in-time count shows that Washington County has more homeless in shelters than on the streets.

Amazing Kids: Sherwood student eyes law career

Amazing Kids: Sherwood student eyes law career
Sofia Maciejewski, a junior at Sherwood High School, seeks to stand up for other people.

Oregon officials are monitoring monkeypox, avian…

Oregon officials are monitoring monkeypox, avian…
Monkeypox is not a new virus, and health officials are prepared if it arrives in Oregon.

Decluttering leads to new book by former Oregon…

Decluttering leads to new book by former Oregon…
Barbara Roberts focuses on themes of public life over decades; 'my passion is still strong for those causes'

Teens & Oregon Mustangs program matches horses,…

Teens & Oregon Mustangs program matches horses,…
100-day competition and conservation effort to culminate in Adoption Challenge event

Shemia Fagan pledges accurate count amid…

Shemia Fagan pledges accurate count amid…
Secretary of state to maintain 'oversight' role of Clackamas County election, of which Sherry Hall remains sole legal conductor

Centro Cultural has big plans for its 50th birthday…

Centro Cultural has big plans for its 50th birthday…
Celebration is a big focus, but Centro is also looking to the future by listening to young residents.

Oregon politics taking shape post primary

Oregon politics taking shape post primary
National parties and political observers assess the results of the May 17 election.

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