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PCC announces retirement of Mark Mitsui, Sylvia Kelley

PCC announces retirement of Mark Mitsui, Sylvia Kelley

Mitsui, the president of Portland Community College, will retire after the 2021-22 school year.
Cities, counties must reassess rules against camping,…

Cities, counties must reassess rules against camping,…

Oregon House bill is intended to comply with 2018 federal appeals court decision against blanket bans.
Sherwood urologist known for his hair, cowboy boots passes…

Sherwood urologist known for his hair, cowboy boots passes…

Dr. Charles Edward Skeeters was known for his sense of humor and calming bedside manner.
Oregon legislative logjam lifted in redistricting compromise

Oregon legislative logjam lifted in redistricting compromise

Minority Republicans get a voice on redrawing districts; majority Democrats can proceed with more than 80 bills.
Early season fire danger prompts Washington County burn ban

Early season fire danger prompts Washington County burn ban

After last year's devastating wildfires, fire agencies are being cautious while continuing to educate the public.
Oregon Senate extends grace period for past-due rents

Oregon Senate extends grace period for past-due rents

Bill anticipates millions in state and federal aid for renters, landlords by new deadline of Feb. 28, 2022.
Shuckerow named new Archer Glen Elementary principal

Shuckerow named new Archer Glen Elementary principal

Patrick Shuckerow, a former SSD teacher and administrator, will replace Tim Smith
Sandy mayor announces consideration of 2022 gubernatorial…

Sandy mayor announces consideration of 2022 gubernatorial…

Stan Pulliam forms exploratory committee with focus on viability of run for governor
State budget hearings start. Here's how to participate

State budget hearings start. Here's how to participate

Testimony will be taken online and in writing during Joint Ways & Means Committee sessions.
Oregon waits for 'green light' after halting Johnson &…

Oregon waits for 'green light' after halting Johnson &…

State health officials worry that vaccine troubles could fuel anti-vax sentiments.
Three Oregon COVID deaths reported among those vaccinated

Three Oregon COVID deaths reported among those vaccinated

Oregon Health Authority says 168 vaccinated Oregonians have tested positive for the virus, including three who died.
Health official: Feeling we're at pandemic 'finish line'…

Health official: Feeling we're at pandemic 'finish line'…

Rise in COVID-19 variants puts Oregon in a tight spot as it continues to vaccinate residents.
Q&A: Sherwood School Board candidates

Q&A: Sherwood School Board candidates

In the Sherwood School District, candidates with different ideas and views face off for three board seats.
Senate backs civics requirement for graduation in Oregon

Senate backs civics requirement for graduation in Oregon

Bipartisan bill adds one-semester mandate to English and math standards starting in 2025.
Oregon House panel finishes 10 bills to overhaul policing

Oregon House panel finishes 10 bills to overhaul policing

Democratic governor and House GOP leader praise work, but member says 'we have more work to do.'
Washington County Visitors Association announces new head

Washington County Visitors Association announces new head

Dave Parulo will take over as president and chief executive officer on June 1.
House extends narrower foreclosure moratorium in Oregon

House extends narrower foreclosure moratorium in Oregon

Bill would set June 30, but allows Gov. Brown to continue it up to six months through executive orders.
COVID-19 vaccines open to all 16 and older on April 19;…

COVID-19 vaccines open to all 16 and older on April 19;…

UPDATE: 'We are locked in a race between vaccine distribution and the rapid spread of COVID-19 variants.'
Multnomah, Clackamas counties return to 'High Risk'…

Multnomah, Clackamas counties return to 'High Risk'…

Additional restrictions on indoor dining and gatherings will take place on Friday, April. 9.
Virginia Garcia receives major boost from American Rescue…

Virginia Garcia receives major boost from American Rescue…

$10 million awarded to the health center via President Joe Biden's legislation.
Washington County to hold virtual State of the County event

Washington County to hold virtual State of the County event

The annual presentation about the current state of affairs in Washington County will begin at 6 p.m. on April 19.
Oregon SenateAires chorus selects new artistic director

Oregon SenateAires chorus selects new artistic director

With weekly practices resuming, Will Fox to lead acapella barbershop members to 2021 performances throughout Willamette Valley.
Prosecutors consider charging two more Forest Grove officers

Prosecutors consider charging two more Forest Grove officers

Washington County District Attorney Kevin Barton is examining the handling of a Black Lives Matter incident.
Governor: Oregon fighting fourth wave of 'resilient enemy'

Governor: Oregon fighting fourth wave of 'resilient enemy'

Relaxed mask use and warmer weather could be a bad combination as state continues to vaccinate people for COVID-19.
Taking the rap in Sherwood

Taking the rap in Sherwood

Malachi Tishendorf, AKA 2Flight$, is set on becoming a name in rap and hip-hop music with plans to move to L.A. to make it big
Report: Officer was shielded after Black Lives Matter…

Report: Officer was shielded after Black Lives Matter…

After the Forest Grove family was frightened, police didn't tell the victims their alleged intruder was a fellow cop.
Fed stimulus drops $4.26 billion in Oregon cities, counties

Fed stimulus drops $4.26 billion in Oregon cities, counties

American Rescue Plan funds could be used to shore up shaky budgets and pay for some projects.
Center for unhoused extends operation days

Center for unhoused extends operation days

The Tigard Resource Center is now open Monday, its severe weather shelter will remain open until June 30.
Bill eases conversion of Oregon motels for low-cost housing

Bill eases conversion of Oregon motels for low-cost housing

House vote sends legislation to the Senate to ward off potential legal challenges
Gun storage requirement heads for vote in Oregon House

Gun storage requirement heads for vote in Oregon House

Bill emerges on a party-line vote from the Health Care Committee; violations would carry fines.

House GOP lets budget bills squeeze past wordy…

House GOP lets budget bills squeeze past wordy…
Clock is ticking as political slowing tactic pushes legislative session into its third month.

Oregon's Regal Cinema theaters reopening in April,…

Oregon's Regal Cinema theaters reopening in April,…
Under Oregon Health Authority guidelines, movie theaters are considered a moderate risk in the Portland metro area.

Tenants could get another break on past-due rent

Tenants could get another break on past-due rent
Oregon Senate committee advances plan as federal funds pour in for rental assistance.

Wyden: Stop Asian hate crimes, provide vaccines and…

Wyden: Stop Asian hate crimes, provide vaccines and…
Senator speaks after roundtable discussion with leaders at SE Portland health center

Second COVID case forces Oregon House to cancel…

Second COVID case forces Oregon House to cancel…
Lawmakers planned a full week of in-person votes; several people await COVID-19 test results.

Oregon literary legend Beverly Cleary dies

Oregon literary legend Beverly Cleary dies
Oregon lawmakers were poised to honor the Yamhill native with a resolution for her 105th birthday.

Oregon frontline workers, 16+ with underlying…

Oregon frontline workers, 16+ with underlying…
Gov. Kate Brown accelerates the vaccination schedule as supplies become more available.

Space debris lights up night sky

Space debris lights up night sky
Remains of Falcon 9 rocket launched by SpaceX re-entered Earth's atmosphere above the Pacific Northwest.

FBI arrests two Oregon men on charges in riot at…

FBI arrests two Oregon men on charges in riot at…
Agents with the FBI's Portland office said they arrested Matthew Klein, 24, in Sherwood, and Jonathanpeter Klein, 21, near Heppner.

Legislative budget writers come up with 2021-23…

Legislative budget writers come up with 2021-23…
Plan, boosted by $2.6 billion in federal aid, will guide decisions on state spending for next two years.

Oregon State University president F. King Alexander…

Oregon State University president F. King Alexander…
The resignation will be effective April 1, and follows critical reports of Alexander's handling of a sexual misconduct investigation at a different…

Struggling movie theaters see state grants as right…

Struggling movie theaters see state grants as right…
Lawmakers focus on legislation that many see as a financial lifeline during pandemic closures.

Virus variants, vaccine deliveries challenge…

Virus variants, vaccine deliveries challenge…
Health authority was on track to meet a goal of having 75% of all those age 65 and older vaccinated by April 1.

Jobless benefits flowing to 27,000 Oregon gig…

Jobless benefits flowing to 27,000 Oregon gig…
But state agency says federal law tightens proof of income from current and future recipients.

Sherwood city manager heads to Clean Water Services

Sherwood city manager heads to Clean Water Services
After nine years in Sherwood, Joe Gall will become the first-ever chief utility relations officer for Clean Water Services.

COVID risk levels continue to improve for Oregon…

COVID risk levels continue to improve for Oregon…
Gov. Kate Brown: 'We are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel get a little brighter.'

Bonamici backs bills for Dreamers, migrant…

Bonamici backs bills for Dreamers, migrant…
Oregon Democrat prefers comprehensive approach but votes for bills aimed at smaller groups.

Three Sherwood School Board seats draw eight…

Three Sherwood School Board seats draw eight…
Two of those are three-way races for the May 18 election, ballots will be mailed out on April 28.

COVID-19 trends down as schools prepare to reopen

COVID-19 trends down as schools prepare to reopen
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has ordered that public schools be open to all students by April 19.

Sherwood center features 'Oregon, My Oregon' exhibit

Sherwood center features 'Oregon, My Oregon' exhibit
The exhibit features the paintings of local artist D.K. Boljat who has accomplished her goal of traveling and painting

Governor speeds up COVID vaccine eligibility

Governor speeds up COVID vaccine eligibility
Don't expect to get a shot right away, Brown says, because vaccine supply might not keep up with accelerated timeline.

Summer school, education could get a pile of cash…

Summer school, education could get a pile of cash…
Legislative panel packs a lot into a routine budget rebalancing bill, including wildfire and addiction recovery funds.

Compromise frees up $20 million for addiction…

Compromise frees up $20 million for addiction…
Oregon lawmakers propose shift to start new centers by Jan. 1 instead of Oct. 1 under Measure 110

Lawmakers may legalize speed cameras in many Oregon…

Lawmakers may legalize speed cameras in many Oregon…
A pair of bills by Happy Valley lawmaker Jeff Reardon would allow for fixed radar speed enforcement, and no longer require police to write the ticket.

Feds order Oregon to open eligibility to all by May…

Feds order Oregon to open eligibility to all by May…
Getting COVID-19 vaccinations could be 'first come, first served' after the federally imposed requirement.

Legislative logjam rolls on toward do-or-die day…

Legislative logjam rolls on toward do-or-die day…
Most policy bills that are not scheduled for a work session by Friday go into the trash can for this year's regular session.

Oregon relaxes rules for re-opening schools

Oregon relaxes rules for re-opening schools
A limit on the number of contacts students can have has been eliminated but distancing requirements stand.

Oregon bill requires free feminine products in…

Oregon bill requires free feminine products in…
Tampons and pads would be available in school bathroom dispensers under proposed legislation

No new COVID-19 deaths reported on anniversary of…

No new COVID-19 deaths reported on anniversary of…
Case and hospitalization are also down while vaccinations continue to increase.

Proposed settlement would end dispute over aid to…

Proposed settlement would end dispute over aid to…
Pending applicants would benefit if federal judge approves, but state must commit to more data.

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