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Oregon water suppliers brace for chlorine shortage

Oregon water suppliers brace for chlorine shortage

Not all agencies in the state are affected by supply failures of the chemical critical for treating tap water.
Community newspaper publisher Christine Moore dies

Community newspaper publisher Christine Moore dies

The longtime publisher and advertising director for the Pamplin Media Group had been battling cancer.
Sherwood city manager pool hits 34 applicants

Sherwood city manager pool hits 34 applicants

Those applying come from 13 different states. Officials hope to have someone on board by September.
Oregon 65,000 shots shy of lifting COVID-19 limits by July 4

Oregon 65,000 shots shy of lifting COVID-19 limits by July 4

Demand for vaccines slows as state makes a big push to reach its 70% vaccination goal.
Rent, fires, taxes and energy vie for votes as Legislature…

Rent, fires, taxes and energy vie for votes as Legislature…

Legislative leaders try to ferry a pile of proposals through votes as two parties strike unease balance on some issues.
Video offers tips on buying salmon from Columbia River…

Video offers tips on buying salmon from Columbia River…

Registered dietitian with OSU Extension in Clackamas County says fish are typically available through early October.
Sherwood's Riker named 'best of breed'

Sherwood's Riker named 'best of breed'

The Bernese mountain dog took home top honors at national competition in Estes Park, Colorado, in May.
Brown: 'Normalcy' in sight as Oregon approaches vaccination…

Brown: 'Normalcy' in sight as Oregon approaches vaccination…

Gaps remain in governor's push to reopen as parts of the state still have many people reluctant to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Oregon House expels Rep. Nearman for role in Capitol breach

Oregon House expels Rep. Nearman for role in Capitol breach

Mid-Valley Republican is first in state history to lose his seat for 'disorderly behavior.'
Longtime Virginia Garcia leader takes Multnomah County job

Longtime Virginia Garcia leader takes Multnomah County job

After eight years as executive director of the Virginia Garcia Memorial Foundation, Serena Cruz will depart.
Oregon ends prescription for pseudoephedrine medicines

Oregon ends prescription for pseudoephedrine medicines

New law, which starts Jan. 1, still keeps them behind the counter and requires photo ID for purchases.
Washington County detectives seek victims of alleged abuser

Washington County detectives seek victims of alleged abuser

Henry Stephen 'Steve' Bauer is facing four charges of first-degree sexual abuse.
Brown sets June 21 target to end COVID-19 limits in Oregon

Brown sets June 21 target to end COVID-19 limits in Oregon

Even as the pandemic remains a 'shadow,' governor expects state to 'fully open' if vaccination rates climb.
Legislature OKs $9.3 billion for schools after partisan…

Legislature OKs $9.3 billion for schools after partisan…

Amount is higher than Gov. Brown proposed six months ago; corporate kicker may boost it further.
Family, law enforcement continue search for Ralph Brown

Family, law enforcement continue search for Ralph Brown

The former school administrator, school board member, and Cornelius mayor is still missing.
Republican lawmakers take aim at new gun storage law

Republican lawmakers take aim at new gun storage law

They start the petition process to gather signatures to compel a statewide vote in November 2022.
Legislature OKs Juneteenth state holiday starting in 2022

Legislature OKs Juneteenth state holiday starting in 2022

Senator says 'sense of hope keeps the community going' as he shows family photos that tell Black history.
Series: How COVID made a bad situation worse in Oregon's…

Series: How COVID made a bad situation worse in Oregon's…

Pamplin Media Group and its partners examine the impacts that COVID-19 had on schools, and we sought solutions.
County-by-county impact of political redistricting to be…

County-by-county impact of political redistricting to be…

Legislative committees invite testimony from experts to live-streamed regional hearings.
Lawmakers grind their way toward 'sine die'

Lawmakers grind their way toward 'sine die'

With two dozen days are left in the 2021 session, a frenzy of activity expected to move legislation.
Legislature votes to continue to-go cocktails in Oregon

Legislature votes to continue to-go cocktails in Oregon

Service began as an economic lifeline for restaurants and bars during pandemic; new start date is Jan. 1.
Oregon legislature makes noose display an intimidation crime

Oregon legislature makes noose display an intimidation crime

Oregon House clears bill on 54-0 vote; three Republicans fail to respond to roll call despite repeated attempts.
Ethics of Summer Olympic Games called into question amid…

Ethics of Summer Olympic Games called into question amid…

Beaverton native Mariel Zagunis is ready for another chance at gold, but is Japan ready to host the Games?
Historic cemeteries want to leave Confederate flag out of…

Historic cemeteries want to leave Confederate flag out of…

Policy adopted in October 2020 recommends against placing controversial flag on graves of Confederate veterans buried in Oregon.
Sherwood High School student navigates life's changes,…

Sherwood High School student navigates life's changes,…

2021 Amazing Kids honoree Ayo Popoola, 15, has made Sherwood home after three years.
Pioneer cemeteries say 'enough' to vandalism, hope to…

Pioneer cemeteries say 'enough' to vandalism, hope to…

Several cemeteries in the greater Portland area are among 30 seeking state grants for repairs and preservation.
Ralph Brown's family holds press conference seeking help

Ralph Brown's family holds press conference seeking help

The former Cornelius mayor's family and friends are asking for your help to find Brown who's been missing since May. 16.
Senate OKs $9.3 billion in state aid to public schools

Senate OKs $9.3 billion in state aid to public schools

Budget goes to House as senator says 'there are more bills to come that add to stability.'
Gig workers sue Oregon Employment Department

Gig workers sue Oregon Employment Department

Lawsuit seeks to compel agency to continue federal benefits or be more specific about denials.
87,000 at risk of utility shut-offs as Oregon ends COVID ban

87,000 at risk of utility shut-offs as Oregon ends COVID ban

Oregon Public Utility Commission approves a resumption of power and natural gas disconnections beginning Aug. 1, 2021.

In-person Shakespeare festival in Beaverton will…

In-person Shakespeare festival in Beaverton will…
Experience Theatre Project announced that this would be its first in-person outdoor theatrical event for all ages.

Oregon AG: Petitioners could eliminate 90-day…

Oregon AG: Petitioners could eliminate 90-day…
Federal judge to consider constitutionality of deadlines, whether city recorders can grant extensions.

Vaccinated? Get ready to cheer on your favorite team

Vaccinated? Get ready to cheer on your favorite team
Moda Center, local theaters and other venues could have 'vaccinated sections' for some patrons.

Search for Ralph Brown continues

Search for Ralph Brown continues
Local authorities, family and volunteers continue their search for the former Cornelius mayor, missing since May 16.

Urban renewal funds could aid instrastructure,…

Urban renewal funds could aid instrastructure,…
The city wants to push through an urban renewal plan that will help fund infrastructure off 124th Avenue and help build a pedestrian bridge across…

Judge Jim Fun to retire from Washington County…

Judge Jim Fun to retire from Washington County…
Gov. Kate Brown will appoint a replacement for judge who has served on the court for 15 years.

Urban/rural Oregonians split on COVID-19 school…

Urban/rural Oregonians split on COVID-19 school…
Many people supported aid to low-income students, others wanted schools funds to pay for other things.

Request to delay paid family leave draws criticism

Request to delay paid family leave draws criticism
Agency seeks to put off deadlines until 2023, but lawmaker says 'they failed in their duty.'

'Take your shot Oregon' - Cash prize drawings for…

'Take your shot Oregon' - Cash prize drawings for…
State announces $1 million lottery drawing for vaccinated residents and scholarship opportunities for students.

Survey: Oregonians worried about future wildfires

Survey: Oregonians worried about future wildfires
Oregon Values and Beliefs Center says people see wildfires as 'a somewhat or very serious threat'

Is health care a right? Oregon voters will decide

Is health care a right? Oregon voters will decide
Legislature clears ballot measure championed by the late Mitch Greenlick for November 2022 on a party-line House vote.

Newberg-area residents asked to look out for…

Newberg-area residents asked to look out for…
The former Cornelius mayor and longtime Hillsboro school administrator has been missing since Sunday.

Gov. Brown signs extension of grace for past-due…

Gov. Brown signs extension of grace for past-due…
Senate Bill 282 allows time for renters to obtain state and federal aid, including a new $204 million fund.

Lawmakers continue residential foreclosure ban…

Lawmakers continue residential foreclosure ban…
House sends final version to Gov. Brown for her signature as moratorium was set to expire in late June.

Oregon: Masks not needed where vaccination status…

Oregon: Masks not needed where vaccination status…
The Oregon Health Authority loosens mask restrictions following the CDC announcement last week.

Washington County, four others cleared for 'lower…

Washington County, four others cleared for 'lower…
Benton, Deschutes, Hood River and Lincoln counties will also move to the more permissive COVID-19 risk category.

Nyang'oro edging out Allen, initial board results…

Nyang'oro edging out Allen, initial board results…
Krista Thorne leads in Position 2 and Abby Hawkins is ahead in Position 3 in Sherwood School Board race.

Bonamici: Factors other than jobless benefits…

Bonamici: Factors other than jobless benefits…
Congresswoman points to lack of child care, lingering fear of virus, training for better-paying jobs.

Cornelius' Ralph Brown missing

Cornelius' Ralph Brown missing
The former mayor and school administrator was last seen Sunday evening drving a navy blue Nissan Sentra.

As vaccine demand drops, Washington County…

As vaccine demand drops, Washington County…
Vaccine providers have a plan to close gaps in vaccination rates among racial and ethnic groups, officials say.

Pandemic uncertainty curtails Westside winery events

Pandemic uncertainty curtails Westside winery events
Owners are wary about scheduling events, not knowing when customer limits could change.

Oregon's congressional delegation stacks up…

Oregon's congressional delegation stacks up…
Democrats offer dozens of proposals as 2022 federal budget process opens to 'community project requests.'

Library receives $3,000 antiracist grant

Library receives $3,000 antiracist grant
The national award will allow for the purchase of books for the Sherwood Public Library that discuss race, racial justice

TVF&R: Barn destroyed in Sherwood-area fire

TVF&R: Barn destroyed in Sherwood-area fire
Firefighters reported they were able to contain the fire and protect nearby structures.

Robin Hood Festival set for September

Robin Hood Festival set for September
The annual event, which attracts hundreds to Sherwood's Old Town area, is a go after being cancelled last year.

Beauty, scent of lavender captivate Sherwood-area…

Beauty, scent of lavender captivate Sherwood-area…
Carriage House Lavender, located on the outskirts of Sherwood, provides many products containing lavender

Brown: Oregon could lift COVID restrictions when…

Brown: Oregon could lift COVID restrictions when…
Governor: 'It looks like we've crossed the tipping point of the fourth surge.'

Tigard moves to address homeless issues

Tigard moves to address homeless issues
Community service officer has made inroads addressing needs of the unhoused while still enforcing codes

Oregon Convention Center to end mass vaccinations

Oregon Convention Center to end mass vaccinations
Second-shots only to be given in June, with an end date set for June 19, organizers say.

Oregon COVID-19 trends slowing, but Central Oregon…

Oregon COVID-19 trends slowing, but Central Oregon…
Multnomah County showed a small drop in cases, cases in Clackamas rose and Washington County's metrics showed mixed results.

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