Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Service nonprofits could get grants from Beaverton church…

Service nonprofits could get grants from Beaverton church…

The Southminster Presbyterian Church Foundation has more than $13,000 to distribute to eligible organizations.
Sherwood police chief candidates narrowed to three

Sherwood police chief candidates narrowed to three

Candidates include Ty Hanlon, police captain who has been with city since 2009
Oregon investigating private pop-up COVID-19 testing sites

Oregon investigating private pop-up COVID-19 testing sites

Center for COVID Control under investigation after nationwide complaints of falsified, missing results
Sherwood to add monuments to Veteran's Park

Sherwood to add monuments to Veteran's Park

The city received $20,183 from Oregon Parks and Recreation Department to help fund monuments to nation's wars
TriMet to limit 20 bus lines starting Monday

TriMet to limit 20 bus lines starting Monday

The regional transit agency will reduce service 9% on Jan. 10 because of severe staffing shortage.
Bonamici: Build Back Better 'will make a difference'

Bonamici: Build Back Better 'will make a difference'

Oregon Democrat says she maintains hope for final approval of President Biden's plan, which passed the House on Nov. 19.
Oregon legislator seeks to give citizens voice on tolling

Oregon legislator seeks to give citizens voice on tolling

Clackamas County Republican Bill Kennemer hopes measure will tap into increasing voter frustration with planned tollways.
Tigard, Tualatin officials watch for flooding

Tigard, Tualatin officials watch for flooding

Both cities are closely watching the Tualatin River as it approaches flood stage, which will likely be reached Sunday.
Clackamas meat distributor issues mass recall over E. coli…

Clackamas meat distributor issues mass recall over E. coli…

Over 28,000 pounds of ground beef recalled Thursday by Interstate Meat Distributors
Microchip reunites Ella Bella, owner four years later

Microchip reunites Ella Bella, owner four years later

Ella Bella went missing in 2017 while the family was moving from Canby to Portland. Fortunately, she was microchipped.
SoS: Nick Kristof does not qualify to run for governor

SoS: Nick Kristof does not qualify to run for governor

The Yamhill native and former New York Times columnist criticized the decision and said he will appeal.
Kotek to step down early as Oregon House speaker

Kotek to step down early as Oregon House speaker

Democratic candidate for governor sets Jan. 21 for departure as leader and member; succession is unclear.
2021 boating deaths remain above pre-pandemic levels in…

2021 boating deaths remain above pre-pandemic levels in…

From 2010 to 2019, an average of 14.1 people died yearly in boating accidents.
Mental health expert to aid officers in four WashCo cities

Mental health expert to aid officers in four WashCo cities

A clinician and officer will respond to mental health/behavioral calls in Tigard, Tualatin, Sherwood and King City.
Peter Courtney will leave Legislature after record 38 years

Peter Courtney will leave Legislature after record 38 years

The Salem Democrat championed mental health and the institution itself; he has led the Senate for a record 20 years.
Washington County could get windfall for drug treatment

Washington County could get windfall for drug treatment

Officials may put money from a settlement with opioid manufacturers toward programs in Hillsboro and Beaverton.
Brian Clem wraps up 15 years in the Oregon House

Brian Clem wraps up 15 years in the Oregon House

Salem Democrat took lead role in land use issues, including Washington County reserves and Metolius headwaters.
Tigard moves forward with plans for new reservoir

Tigard moves forward with plans for new reservoir

The city will build the 3 million gallon facility off of Bull Mountain Road to help meet River Terrace water demands
Sherwood resident reaching out to brand new moms

Sherwood resident reaching out to brand new moms

Maria Berglund is founder of In Kind Boxes, an organization that supports new mothers
Pandemic: Entering Year 3

Pandemic: Entering Year 3

In Oregon, COVID-19 infections are rising as the latest variant of the novel coronavirus sweeps through the state.
Medical Teams International makes 1,500 hygiene kits for…

Medical Teams International makes 1,500 hygiene kits for…

Volunteers for the Tigard-based nonprofit packed the kits for victims of the Kentucky tornadoes.
2021 IN REVIEW: Transformative times for WashCo schools

2021 IN REVIEW: Transformative times for WashCo schools

K-12 schools are almost back to normal after a tumultuous year. Getting there has been a journey.
Sams' moment: 'Front-row seat to the U.S. Constitution'

Sams' moment: 'Front-row seat to the U.S. Constitution'

Eastern Oregon man settles into his new role as head of the National Park Service.
Omicron variant has a grip on hospitals, state concerns

Omicron variant has a grip on hospitals, state concerns

Legislative session could be delayed as Oregon wrestles with rising COVID cases
Washington County Kids announces grant awards, poster…

Washington County Kids announces grant awards, poster…

Recently awarded grant funding will help support after-school programming for youth in Washington County.
With more snow in Portland area, officials urge travel…

With more snow in Portland area, officials urge travel…

Some government offices in northwest Oregon are closed all day, while others will open two hours late.
Sunday snow sparks fun, few problems

Sunday snow sparks fun, few problems

A Winter Storm Warning is in effect through 4 a.m. Monday with the most snow at the higher elevations.
Infrastructure plan pumps money into Oregon's drinking water

Infrastructure plan pumps money into Oregon's drinking water

The Beaver State is slated to receive more than $92 million in 2022 for clean drinking water projects.
Washington County lends hand up to Afghan refugees

Washington County lends hand up to Afghan refugees

Officials dropped off almost 1 ton of food at the Muslim Educational Trust in Tigard.
Washington County family wins two Oregon Farm Bureau awards

Washington County family wins two Oregon Farm Bureau awards

Jacque Duyck Jones won the 2021 County Farm Bureau Woman Award, while her father, Larry Duyck, was also honored.

Oregon governor extends pandemic emergency…

Oregon governor extends pandemic emergency…
Kate Brown says the step is required to prepare for a surge in the omicron variant; she rescinded most others in June.

League of Oregon Cities head resigns after profane…

League of Oregon Cities head resigns after profane…
Mike Cully was placed on paid administrative leave after sending abusive Twitter messages to the Beaverton mayor.

State parks plan for First Day Hikes

State parks plan for First Day Hikes
On Jan. 1, day-use fees will be waived and guided walks will be offered at several Oregon state parks

Forecast: Another big COVID wave could hit in…

Forecast: Another big COVID wave could hit in…
Gov. Kate Brown 'calling on 1 million Oregonians to step up and get a booster shot.' Doctors say surge may not be severe

Kathryn Harrington accused of 'explosive…

Kathryn Harrington accused of 'explosive…
Washington County paid out over $70,000 to settle with the county chair's former chief of staff this fall.

Upgrades planned at Gaston wildlife refuge

Upgrades planned at Gaston wildlife refuge
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is adding recreational opportunities to the Wapato Lake National Wildlife Refuge

Former West Linn dentist charged with stealing…

Former West Linn dentist charged with stealing…
Suspended dentist Salwan Adjaj was already under investigation by the Oregon Board of Dentistry.

Santa's Front Porch activities return, businesses…

Santa's Front Porch activities return, businesses…
Children can visit a feative home with local businesses benefiting by purchase of gift cards.

Oregon announces first confirmed COVID-19 omicron…

Oregon announces first confirmed COVID-19 omicron…
The omicron variant has been detected in three Oregonians so far, the Oregon Health Authority says.

Bonamici, childcare providers talk gaps in Build…

Bonamici, childcare providers talk gaps in Build…
Some advocates aren't satisfied even as it remains far from clear the bill can win Senate moderates' support.

Metro opens Chehalem Ridge Nature Park south of…

Metro opens Chehalem Ridge Nature Park south of…
The 1,260-acre park located a 15-minute drive from Forest Grove includes 10 miles of trails and large gathering areas.

EMILY's List throws support behind Kotek

EMILY's List throws support behind Kotek
National political group is ready to raise big money for House speaker's run for governor

Biden's bill would pay for summer meals in…

Biden's bill would pay for summer meals in…
'Build Back Better' establishes a program for continued access to food when school is not in session for the summer.

Harrington says record of results will continue if…

Harrington says record of results will continue if…
The chair of the Washington County Board of Commissioners says she has been an effective leader during crisis.

Sherwood resident was first pilot to fly into…

Sherwood resident was first pilot to fly into…
On other occasions, Col. John Pease also bailed out of a stalled plane and broke twice the speed of sound.

WashCo Chair Kathryn Harrington to provide end of…

WashCo Chair Kathryn Harrington to provide end of…
The chair of the Washington County Board of Commissioners will provide remarks at 4 p.m. Dec. 14.

Ron Noble launches congressional bid

Ron Noble launches congressional bid
Noble, a Republican state representative from Carlton, served as chief of police in McMinnville from 2006 to 2014.

Buehler endorses Betsy Johnson for next Oregon…

Buehler endorses Betsy Johnson for next Oregon…
Knute Buehler, who ran for governor in 2018 against Kate Brown, is lending a big hand to the Scappoose independent.

Portland metro doctor addresses COVID-19 vaccine…

Portland metro doctor addresses COVID-19 vaccine…
Dr. Ritu Sahni joined ClackCo TV for 'mythbusting' session refuting concerns gathered from social media

Where to get your COVID booster shot in Washington…

Where to get your COVID booster shot in Washington…
A third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is recommended for maximum protection against the coronavirus.

Everybody loves a parade (and tree lighting)

Everybody loves a parade (and tree lighting)
The parade attracted several floats, a marching band and more before mayor illuminated the Christmas tree

Sherwood police chief search progressing

Sherwood police chief search progressing
Seven initial candidates throughout the country apply for the chief position, city could select someone in January

Omicron variant still a question mark in OHSU…

Omicron variant still a question mark in OHSU…
Projection points to a decline in virus cases and a drop in hospitalizations across the state

Sherwood district's new equity director outlines…

Sherwood district's new equity director outlines…
Demographics show 44 languages represented throughout the Sherwood School District, up from 28 in 2016-2017

Sherwood School District pleased with its new high…

Sherwood School District pleased with its new high…
The new building, constructed for 2,000 students, was made possible by the passage of a bond measure in 2016.

So long delta, hello omicron

So long delta, hello omicron
New COVID-19 variant, which Oregon has so far avoided, alters state pandemic planning

State commission mandates production of cleaner…

State commission mandates production of cleaner…
Rule change could benefit Oregon environment and public health, but some think it would raise vehicle prices

Rosenblum decides against run for governor

Rosenblum decides against run for governor
Attorney general decision leaves Democratic campaign wide open for handful of candidates

Hillsboro Councilor Beach Pace to run for…

Hillsboro Councilor Beach Pace to run for…
Beach Pace will face Chair Kathryn Harrington to lead Washington County Board of Commissioners.

Bonamici forum focuses on apprenticeship expansion…

Bonamici forum focuses on apprenticeship expansion…
Oregon Democrat says more women and minorities should be encouraged to enter high-skill, high-paying trades.

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