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WashCo to use $4M grant to improve health literacy for…

WashCo to use $4M grant to improve health literacy for…

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Washington County is the only county in Oregon to receive this federal grant.
Brown: Students, teachers, state employees, office visitors…

Brown: Students, teachers, state employees, office visitors…

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UPDATE: The Oregon governor announces new mask requirements over two days to slow the spread of COVID-19 .
Oregon once again tops 1,000-per-day COVID cases.

Oregon once again tops 1,000-per-day COVID cases.

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Some rural counties now surge ahead of metro area, where vaccination rates are higher.
COVID-exhausted Oregon swamped by virus surge

COVID-exhausted Oregon swamped by virus surge

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State health officials push to vaccinate more people each day as delta variant cases increase.
Tualatin Police Log: July 13-18, 2021

Tualatin Police Log: July 13-18, 2021

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This week's calls include: graffiti on a vehicle, an injured nose and a long-lost firearm.
Oregon Health Authority: Everyone should wear masks indoors

Oregon Health Authority: Everyone should wear masks indoors

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State health officials change recommendations after meeting with Oregon Gov. Kate Brown.
Gov. Brown: Oregon leads push for carbon-free power

Gov. Brown: Oregon leads push for carbon-free power

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Ceremony on Portland's 'Electric Island' recognizes package of bills that also aid low-income households.
Tigard Police Log: July 12-18, 2021

Tigard Police Log: July 12-18, 2021

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This week's calls include: keeping the kids too long, a suspicious $100 bill and mysterious rocks.
WashCo to pay former employee $160k in discrimination…

WashCo to pay former employee $160k in discrimination…

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Glenda Quezada allegedly faced race discrimination, hostile workplace and retaliation working for the county.
Man arrested for harassing teens in Tigard

Man arrested for harassing teens in Tigard

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Tigard police say one of the girls called 9-1-1 after Deshon Pratt reportedly touched one of their legs.
EPA settles with Tigard firm for alleged violations

EPA settles with Tigard firm for alleged violations

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Also, Oregon DEQ fines levied by businesses in Tigard, Sherwood, Wilsonville are appealed
Rising delta variant tosses wrench into state's COVID fight

Rising delta variant tosses wrench into state's COVID fight

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Health officials battling both vaccine hesitancy and 'a stubborn foe' in the virus
TriMet flying drone to monitor safety of MAX infrastructure

TriMet flying drone to monitor safety of MAX infrastructure

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A new pilot program will allow the regional transit agency to check overhead power wires using an aerial drone.
What's a vaccine worth? Try a $100,000 scholarship

What's a vaccine worth? Try a $100,000 scholarship

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Beaverton girl one of five winners of statewide drawing for receiving COVID inoculation
Washington County OKs new addiction treatment center

Washington County OKs new addiction treatment center

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The next step will be finding a prime location within the county's already competitive market
Kiddie Academy breaks ground in Tigard

Kiddie Academy breaks ground in Tigard

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Early-learning childcare center, located at 16145 S.W. Upper Boones Ferry Road, opens in January 2022
Oregon pushes to help people find jobs as federal benefits…

Oregon pushes to help people find jobs as federal benefits…

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In-person meetings will supplement telephone calls and online help for job seekers in a recovering economy.
Big dreams abound for Tigard youth councilor

Big dreams abound for Tigard youth councilor

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Tigard High School junior Aishiki Nag has her eye on science, civics, social justice - and the U.S. Senate.
Tigard Police Log: July 5-11, 2021

Tigard Police Log: July 5-11, 2021

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This week's calls include: a determined would-be car thief, a bloody trespasser and pilfered merchandise.
Tualatin Police Log: July 6-12, 2021

Tualatin Police Log: July 6-12, 2021

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This week's calls include: missing documents from a towed vehicle, mystery trash, and stolen trailers.
Hotter, bigger, faster: Oregon faces historic fire season

Hotter, bigger, faster: Oregon faces historic fire season

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Governor, officials push for more preparedness as huge fires burn hundreds of acres, COVID variant looms.
Redistricting fight begins with Dems battling Dems

Redistricting fight begins with Dems battling Dems

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In one corner is an unhappy congressional delegation; in other corner is deal-making House Speaker Tina Kotek
OLCC to become Oregon Liquor & Cannabis Commission

OLCC to become Oregon Liquor & Cannabis Commission

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Name change recognizes new responsibilities under legislation from House Bill 3000
'Back to normal' easier said than done at THPRD

'Back to normal' easier said than done at THPRD

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Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation facilities still aren't up and running back to pre-lockdown standards.
WCSO: FedEx driver accused of sexually abusing children

WCSO: FedEx driver accused of sexually abusing children

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One alleged victim reportedly told her parents about Alejandro Negrete after seeing his photo on the news.
Scoggins Dam upgrade delayed

Scoggins Dam upgrade delayed

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The three options to make the dam seismically safe are more expensive than the project team initially thought.
'Giddy with anticipation': WashCo Fair performers eager to…

'Giddy with anticipation': WashCo Fair performers eager to…

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After traveling performers' shows were canceled for more than a year, the Washington County Fair marks a comeback.
Women, minorities, young affected most in pandemic downturn

Women, minorities, young affected most in pandemic downturn

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Employment Department report finds implications for Oregon economic recovery now under way.
Applications open now for 81 affordable units in Tigard

Applications open now for 81 affordable units in Tigard

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Metro, the regional goverment, has neared the finish line for the first housing project funded by its 2018 bond.
Gaston Fire offers two-day academy for women

Gaston Fire offers two-day academy for women

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The program exposes women to fire service jobs and vast firefighting career opportunities.

Six Oregon mayors back Biden's infrastructure…

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Six Oregon mayors back Biden's infrastructure…
369 mayors of U.S. cities, including Portland, Gresham, Beaverton and Tigard, write to support the bipartisan bill.

Sherwood welcomes new interim high school principal

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Sherwood welcomes new interim high school principal
Adam Mitchell takes the helm at Sherwood High School, replacing Melissa Baran.

Oregon Planned Parenthood leaders on victories from…

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Oregon Planned Parenthood leaders on victories from…
An Do and Lindsey Sadlou reflect on acheivements made locally and at the Legislature on social equity.

COVID-19 vaccines offered Saturday in Tualatin

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COVID-19 vaccines offered Saturday in Tualatin
The clinic will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Tualatin High School, 22300 S.W. Boones Ferry Road

Oregon Capitol opens to public for first time in 16…

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Oregon Capitol opens to public for first time in 16…
Self-guided tours will be allowed as visitor services and Capitol Bookstore reopen.

Pandemic makes a big impact on Oregon workforce

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Pandemic makes a big impact on Oregon workforce
Survey says many Oregonians seek better opportunities, more job security as labor market heats up.

Hillsboro Chamber officially becomes 'Washington…

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Hillsboro Chamber officially becomes 'Washington…
After a member vote, the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce changed its name to the 'Washington County Chamber of Commerce.'

Tigard Police Log: June 28-July 4, 2021

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Tigard Police Log: June 28-July 4, 2021
This week's calls include: a prematurely mailed dress, a stolen generator, and a motorcycle versus mailbox.

Tualatin Police Log: June 29-July 5, 2021

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Tualatin Police Log: June 29-July 5, 2021
This week's calls include: a dog rescue burglar, a threatening gunman and a high-speed chase.

Extreme heat, early wildfires part of 'new normal,'…

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Extreme heat, early wildfires part of 'new normal,'…
More than 800 people sought help from heat-related medical issues; heat wave added to 18 months of catastrophes.

Students will (not quite) fill halls of new…

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Students will (not quite) fill halls of new…
The coronavirus pandemic fouled the 2020-21 school year for which it was scheduled to open.

Tualatin weighs 'urban renewal' in commercial core

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Tualatin weighs 'urban renewal' in commercial core
A decision may be years off, as city officials want to gather input and determine the area's needs.

Broadway Rose reopens to live audiences

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Broadway Rose reopens to live audiences
The Tigard-based theater company opens with 'Analog & Vinyl,' its first live performance in 16 months.

Washington County Fair returns with some…

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Washington County Fair returns with some…
Fair officials say people can expect the fair to feature most of the fun, food and activities as in previous years.

Research into mass bee deaths in Wilsonville…

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Research into mass bee deaths in Wilsonville…
Study by Xerces Society, others shows heavy application of pesticide caused event at Argyle Square

Wilsonville lawmaker recaps legislative session

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Wilsonville lawmaker recaps legislative session
Rep. Courtney Neron focused on education, child care and other pressing issues

Free virtual marketing workshop offered to local…

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Free virtual marketing workshop offered to local…
National advertising expert Mike Blinder will host a 45-minute workshop on Wednesday, July 14, at 9 a.m., offering ideas to help local business…

Just Compassion gets $4M boost for shelter

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Just Compassion gets $4M boost for shelter
Money expected to help build sheltIner next to current facility on Hall Boulevard in Tigard.

Oregon lawmakers pump money, oversight into health…

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Oregon lawmakers pump money, oversight into health…
Residents will have to wait to see whether increased spending and regulation will yield results.

DIY photog studio 'Selfie WRLD' comes to Oregon

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DIY photog studio 'Selfie WRLD' comes to Oregon
Washington Square newest shop lets visitors pose in ultimate DIY photography studio.

Prayer vigil for Ralph Brown set for July 11

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Prayer vigil for Ralph Brown set for July 11
The event will be held at 1 p.m. at the United Church of Christ in Forest Grove. Brown has been missing since May 16.

Hillsboro Hops partner with Lam Research to honor…

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Hillsboro Hops partner with Lam Research to honor…
The partnership seeks 'Community Champions' who have shown the true spirit of empathy and human kindness.

Move Idaho border? Not so fast, say many Oregonians

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Move Idaho border? Not so fast, say many Oregonians
Greater Idaho movement finds some support, and some opposition, in latest Oregon Values poll.

Beaverton Chamber officials resigned amid possible…

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Beaverton Chamber officials resigned amid possible…
Personnel disputes and frustrations with leadership may have hindered merger discussions between the two chambers.

What went wrong? Few answers as 'terrifying' heat…

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What went wrong? Few answers as 'terrifying' heat…
The Oregon State Medical Examiner released another stark tally of those who perished during the historic heat wave last month.

Grocers push to put liquor sales on 2022 ballot

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Grocers push to put liquor sales on 2022 ballot
A majority of Oregonians support a proposal to sell liquor in grocery stores, but two previous ballot fights failed.

Beaverton Chamber lobbies against Hillsboro Chamber…

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Beaverton Chamber lobbies against Hillsboro Chamber…
The Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce is telling members not to support the 'Washington County Chamber' renaming.

Tigard Police Log: June 21-27, 2021

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Tigard Police Log: June 21-27, 2021
This week's calls include: a strange request from Cote d'Ivoire, a Social Security scam, and a stolen necklace.

Tualatin Police Log: June 22-28, 2021

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Tualatin Police Log: June 22-28, 2021
This week's calls include: smashed windows at the country club, a 'peeping Tom,' and a broken video poker machine.

Oregon Legislature wrestles big issues ahead of…

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Oregon Legislature wrestles big issues ahead of…
Gun control initiative, Capitol reopening and redistricting on the state menu for a busy legislative off-season.

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