Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Gaps in oversight found in Metro affordable housing bond

Gaps in oversight found in Metro affordable housing bond

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Metro Auditor Brian Evans said the regional governing agency ignored some protocols for approving projects.
Tualatin woman seeks to make positive change in world

Tualatin woman seeks to make positive change in world

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Michaela Loggins will compete in Miss Black International Ambassador Pageant in The Bahamas
Oregon's patchwork of pandemic rules raises ethical issues

Oregon's patchwork of pandemic rules raises ethical issues

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'Why are elderly in group homes vaccinated, but the elderly living on their own must wait? Why are teachers more important than the grocery store…
Gov. Brown extends COVID-19 state of emergency until May

Gov. Brown extends COVID-19 state of emergency until May

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The officially declared state of emergency will last another 60 days, until May 2, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced.
Compassion is key for Templeton teacher

Compassion is key for Templeton teacher

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DeeAnn Albaugh teaches her students to persevere during tough times that include the current pandemic.
Ensuring students are safe and cared for

Ensuring students are safe and cared for

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Matt Courtney wants his first-graders to know they can trust him, 'everything else follows from there.'
Tualatin declares emergency related to storm

Tualatin declares emergency related to storm

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The resolution could make the city eligable for state or federal funding related to damage caused by earlier snow and ice storm
Oregon COVID-19 county risk levels drop as virus takes dive

Oregon COVID-19 county risk levels drop as virus takes dive

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'We are seeing great progress in stopping the spread of COVID-19 across Oregon and saving lives.'
State parks expand window for reserving campsites, yurts,…

State parks expand window for reserving campsites, yurts,…

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The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is now accepting new reservations from one day to six months prior.
Fabric artwork goes up on Burham Street

Fabric artwork goes up on Burham Street

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Artist David Buckley Borden completed 'Universal Beacon,' a piece of temporary artwork last week in Tigard.
State tax collections buck pandemic unemployment trends

State tax collections buck pandemic unemployment trends

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Legislative economists tell lawmakers that federal aid has made a difference, but growth will slow.
Tri-county agency head to discuss Metro's expanding role

Tri-county agency head to discuss Metro's expanding role

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Metro leader Lynn Peterson on Friday will discuss agency serving Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties.
Stafford sports complex still tied up in planning appeals…

Stafford sports complex still tied up in planning appeals…

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Willamette United Football Club hopes to have permits for Southlake Park by year's end.
Tigard council approves lower speed limits

Tigard council approves lower speed limits

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On Tuesday, the Tigard City Council approved a measure that would reduce speeds in many residential neighborhoods to 20 mph.
Fry's Electronics is closing permanently

Fry's Electronics is closing permanently

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The retailer, which has a location in Wilsonville, cites the pandemic and 'changes in the retail industry.'
Oregon redistricting mess could be headed to court

Oregon redistricting mess could be headed to court

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Delayed federal Census data is gumming up the works for state lawmakers, other legislatures across the nation.
COVID-19: Washington, Clackamas, other counties lowered to…

COVID-19: Washington, Clackamas, other counties lowered to…

The Times - News
The latest update comes as Oregon is showing a decrease in reported COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
20 mph could be new norm on many Tigard streets

20 mph could be new norm on many Tigard streets

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A proposed ordinance could drop 25 mph roadways to 20 mph if certain criteria is met
Tigard Police Log: Feb. 8-14, 2021

Tigard Police Log: Feb. 8-14, 2021

The Times - News
This week's calls include: a roommate dispute, a laundromat tantrum and a gift card scam.
Tualatin Police Log: Feb. 9-15, 2021

Tualatin Police Log: Feb. 9-15, 2021

The Times - News
This week's calls include: stolen pants, stolen painting supplies and domestic violence.
Hundreds take aim at Senate gun bill

Hundreds take aim at Senate gun bill

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Hearing on legislation allowing jurisdictions to ban legally carried firearms in public buildings draws some praise, a lot of criticism.
Wounded Washington County sergeant returns to full duty

Wounded Washington County sergeant returns to full duty

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Sgt. Jeremy Braun returns 18 months after being shot on the job near Henry Hagg Lake.
Oregon reports low rate of COVID-19 cases and deaths

Oregon reports low rate of COVID-19 cases and deaths

The Times - News
The newest official figures are well below the state's percent of the national population, case count and fatalities.
Lawmakers will seek outside help for redistricting questions

Lawmakers will seek outside help for redistricting questions

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Lack of census data, tight deadlines spur Legislature to consider its limited options.
Bonamici: Change in immigration laws is long overdue

Bonamici: Change in immigration laws is long overdue

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Oregon Democrat urges 11 groups to back renewed effort by President Biden in Congress.
Portland Community College continues free On-Ramp services

Portland Community College continues free On-Ramp services

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The community college's free classes through the Willow Creek Center provide skills training for community members.
Report: Ethnic groups have harder access to COVID-19 testing

Report: Ethnic groups have harder access to COVID-19 testing

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The Oregon Health Authority releases the report on the same day it reports 492 new cases and no new deaths.
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue opening vaccination site in…

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue opening vaccination site in…

The Times - News
The site, which opens Monday, is for qualified residents and city and county employees.
Large-scale temporary fabric artwork set for plaza

Large-scale temporary fabric artwork set for plaza

The Times - News
'Universal Beacon' - vibrant fabric stretched over scaffolding - opens to public this weekend at Universal Plaza.
Applications now open for $150M Oregon landlord relief fund

Applications now open for $150M Oregon landlord relief fund

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Oregon Housing and Community Services is now accepting applications online for Landlord Compensation Fund program.

Tualatin Lions set food bank donation site

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Tualatin Lions set food bank donation site
Because of COVID-19 concerns, food items won't be accepted, but monetary donations will be gladly accepted.

Two juveniles arrested in Tigard man's murder

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Two juveniles arrested in Tigard man's murder
The juveniles were allegedly involved in a targeted drug-related robbery where Leroy Xavier Wass-Morill was stabbed

Tualatin offers storm debris drop-off sites

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Tualatin offers storm debris drop-off sites
Tualatin-only residents can bring branches, shrubs and more to three park sites starting Thursday.

Tualatin names IT manager 'employee of the year'

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Tualatin names IT manager 'employee of the year'
Bates Russell help led the city's early response to the COVID-19 pandemic, getting ahead of the crisis.

Infant among COVID-19 deaths reported Feb. 18

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Infant among COVID-19 deaths reported Feb. 18
In a statement, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown and husband Dan call the death a 'tragedy.'

Agency shows how to lessen disruption to…

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Agency shows how to lessen disruption to…
Automated phone line is a backup to internet access in aftermath of winter storms.

Restaurants welcome back indoor diners

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Restaurants welcome back indoor diners
Restaurants say they are ready and waiting for customers to return to inside dining

PGE plans indoor training facility in Washington…

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PGE plans indoor training facility in Washington…
The state-of-the-art training center in Sherwood will be used to produce realistic training scenarios.

Tigard Police Log: Feb. 1-7, 2021

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Tigard Police Log: Feb. 1-7, 2021
This week's calls include: streaking past a gas station, a jewelry store smash-and-grab, and an accident on the bus.

Tualatin Police Log: Feb. 2-8, 2021

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Tualatin Police Log: Feb. 2-8, 2021
This week's calls include: a strong-arm mattress theft, an arguing couple and stolen shoes.

Beaverton, Tigard-Tualatin schools cancel Tuesday…

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Beaverton, Tigard-Tualatin schools cancel Tuesday…
Due to icy roads and lingering power outages, students will get at least a four-day weekend.

COVID-19 continues trending down

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COVID-19 continues trending down
The Oregon Health Authority releases the latest statewide figures on Sunday, Feb. 14.

Snow and ice take down tree in Tigard

The Times - News
Snow and ice take down tree in Tigard
Crews were waiting mid-morning for PGE workers to shut off power line to clear Ventura Court debris.

PHOTOS: Snow and ice hammers Portland region

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PHOTOS: Snow and ice hammers Portland region
All transit service is canceled, major roadways are closed. and hundreds of thousands are without power.

Hearts in parks: Glass artist sculpts 150 glass…

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Hearts in parks: Glass artist sculpts 150 glass…
Tualatin hides the artwork in parks and along trails throughout the city; finders allowed to take home the keepsakes.

Small-clinic healthcare workers face vaccine…

The Times - News
Small-clinic healthcare workers face vaccine…
Hillsboro healthcare workers not at large hospitals have struggled to get vaccine appointments with provided tools.

Police seek robber who stole $30,000 in gold…

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Police seek robber who stole $30,000 in gold…
A man smashed a jewelry counter at the Washington Square Macy's Wednesday, stealing two dozen gold necklaces

First recreational marijuana business opens in…

The Times - News
First recreational marijuana business opens in…
For Sheri Ralston, the push to sell marijuana in Sherwood was an uphill battle with a measure that took three times to pass.

Sherwood schools to start reopening March 8

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Sherwood schools to start reopening March 8
The Sherwood School District plans for elementary students to attend every day schools are open.

TTSD cancels in-person activities through weekend

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TTSD cancels in-person activities through weekend
Distance learning will continue as scheduled for Tigard-Tualatin schools, with snow and ice in the forecast.

Oregon district attorneys pan proposed Measure 11…

The Times - News
Oregon district attorneys pan proposed Measure 11…
DA association takes umbrage with three bills the group says would weaken sentencing for serious crimes.

KOIN: 'Significant winter event' to hit Portland…

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KOIN: 'Significant winter event' to hit Portland…
Meteorologist Joseph Dames says snow and freezing rain are expected to hit sometime Thursday.

Washington County's new cold case detective gets to…

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Washington County's new cold case detective gets to…
Detective Kevin Winfield, who is tasked with investigating violent cold cases, was sworn-in Tuesday, Feb. 9.

PSU: 90,000 Oregon COVID evictions loom, at $3…

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PSU: 90,000 Oregon COVID evictions loom, at $3…
A new report from Portland State University suggests the evictions could be prevented using just $400 million in state and federal funds.

COVID restrictions easing for a dozen Oregon…

The Times - News
COVID restrictions easing for a dozen Oregon…
Gov. Kate Brown's decision means some Portland-area businesses can return to indoor activities.

COVID-19 restrictions relaxed in Portland…

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COVID-19 restrictions relaxed in Portland…
But some fear a 'yo-yo' effect in Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas could cause another surge in infections.

Tigard Police Log: Jan. 25-31, 2021

The Times - News
Tigard Police Log: Jan. 25-31, 2021
This week's calls include: a teenage standoff, eviction unhappiness, and an armed and angry driver.

Tualatin Police Log: Jan. 25-Feb. 1, 2021

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Tualatin Police Log: Jan. 25-Feb. 1, 2021
This week's calls include: unsuccessful eluding, wrestling brothers and calling 9-1-1 for beer.

Record Portland Community College board seats up…

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Record Portland Community College board seats up…
Five of the seven positions on the PCC Board of Directors will be on the May 21 special election ballot.

Tigard, ODOT work on Hall Boulevard transfer plan

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Tigard, ODOT work on Hall Boulevard transfer plan
The city hopes to take over three miles of roadway in effort to control and create future streetscape design.

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