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Test scores slide, but stay above state average in BSD, TTSD

Test scores slide, but stay above state average in BSD, TTSD

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Oregon Department of Education testing shows the effects the COVID-19 pandemic had on assessment scores.
Tualatin Lions to host in-person Oktoberfest

Tualatin Lions to host in-person Oktoberfest

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The event, held as a combination dine-in, take-out during the pandemic, is set for the Tualatin Valley Elks Lodge.
Electric scooters coming to Tualatin

Electric scooters coming to Tualatin

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Tualatin is partnering with Lime to launch electric scooters around the city next week.
Tualatin mayor a shoo-in, one council race challenged

Tualatin mayor a shoo-in, one council race challenged

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Frank Bubenik is unchallenged in the November election. Octavio Gonzalez and Kelly Horsford vie for a council seat.
Coming soon: More community health workers

Coming soon: More community health workers

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The funding will help community organizations turn volunteers earning a stipend into full-time salaried staff.
WashCo judge rules against county's flavored tobacco ban

WashCo judge rules against county's flavored tobacco ban

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Judge Andrew Erwin says that the county does not have the authority to enact an outright ban.
Tour of local shelter programs set for Friday, Sept. 23

Tour of local shelter programs set for Friday, Sept. 23

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The public can learn more about the shelters built using Supportive Housing Services funds.
Alleged victims pan investigation into disgraced former…

Alleged victims pan investigation into disgraced former…

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Former patients who say David Farley abused them are now asking Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum to step in.
Project underway to honor fallen heroes

Project underway to honor fallen heroes

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Oregon is the only state without a Gold Star Family Memorial that honors those killed in the line of duty.
Games & Puzzle Corner

Games & Puzzle Corner

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Looking to play some games? We've got you covered with mini-crosswords, word searches, and sudoku!
In-N-Out to appeal denial of Beaverton-area restaurant

In-N-Out to appeal denial of Beaverton-area restaurant

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Meanwhile, the burger chain is moving forward with land-use permits for a Hillsboro site off of Evergreen Parkway.
Tualatin voters will weigh in on $25M park bond in November

Tualatin voters will weigh in on $25M park bond in November

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The bond would pay for a pedestrian trail across I-5, new athletic fields and waterfront access.
Open Studios Tour gives view inside the creative process

Open Studios Tour gives view inside the creative process

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The free tour hosted by the Washington County Art Alliance is back Oct. 15-16.
OnPoint Credit Union donates more than $100K to local…

OnPoint Credit Union donates more than $100K to local…

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One of them was Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Columbia Northwest, which pairs youth with mentors.
Tigard Police Log: Overdose victim revived at fast food…

Tigard Police Log: Overdose victim revived at fast food…

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The Tigard Police Department provides a rundown of calls for service from Sept. 4-10, 2022.
Tualatin Police Log: Valuable packages swiped from driveway

Tualatin Police Log: Valuable packages swiped from driveway

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The Tualatin Police Department tackles reports of disturbances, crashes, thefts and more from Sept. 6-12, 2022.
Coffee-drinkers asked to vote on favorite caffeinated brew

Coffee-drinkers asked to vote on favorite caffeinated brew

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Seventeen coffee shops participate in a first-ever Washington County Coffee Week, awarding prizes to winning cups.
Oregon Supreme Court declines to hear state timber lawsuit

Oregon Supreme Court declines to hear state timber lawsuit

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Justices let stand Court of Appeals ruling that tossed out a $1 billion judgment won by counties for past losses.
Flu making strong comeback as pandemic safeguards discarded

Flu making strong comeback as pandemic safeguards discarded

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Flu vaccines are currently available at pharmacies and health care centers throughout the state.
Potential Tigard land swap details set for discussion

Potential Tigard land swap details set for discussion

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Metro to host upcoming meetings to narrow down sites, allowing River Terrace 2.0 into the urban growth boundary faster
ODOT: Two closed lanes on Highway 217 to reopen Monday

ODOT: Two closed lanes on Highway 217 to reopen Monday

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That includes southbound lanes between Hall Boulevard and Scholls Ferry Road and the southbound Hall on-ramp.
Sherwood's Regal Cinemas shuts its doors

Sherwood's Regal Cinemas shuts its doors

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The announcement was made on the Sherwood theatre's website on Thursday, Sept. 15
PHOTOS: Special Olympics torch run tours Tigard

PHOTOS: Special Olympics torch run tours Tigard

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The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Oregon is a major fundraiser and public awareness event.
Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center to host job fair

Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center to host job fair

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The Sept. 21 event is open to those seeking employment in food service, environmental services and housekeeping
Levy means five new Tigard officers on patrol, three in…

Levy means five new Tigard officers on patrol, three in…

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The COVID-19 pandemic has delayed the process but Tigard has hired eight new officers along with an SRO.
Storm clouds on the horizon for Oregon housing industry

Storm clouds on the horizon for Oregon housing industry

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Developers struggle statewide with inflation, rising interest rates, supply-chain issues, lack of developable land.
No rowing required: Tualatin Library to host 'Shrunken…

No rowing required: Tualatin Library to host 'Shrunken…

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Introduced in 2021 when that year's West Coast Giant Pumpkin Regatta was canceled, the artistic contest is returning.
Power shutoffs, smoky skies: Is this the new normal?

Power shutoffs, smoky skies: Is this the new normal?

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Climate change is creating longer, drier fire seasons with more high wind dangers.
Longtime civic booster to retire from Les Schwab in Sherwood

Longtime civic booster to retire from Les Schwab in Sherwood

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Cam Durrell, who has helped schools and the Cruisin' Sherwood car show, is set to retire early next year.
West Linn man pleads guilty in $11.5 million COVID-19…

West Linn man pleads guilty in $11.5 million COVID-19…

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Former dentist Salwan Adjaj also faces charges for drug possession and distribution.

Michelle's Love pitches in to aid Beaverton mom…

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Michelle's Love pitches in to aid Beaverton mom…
The nonprofit group offers three months' rent to Veronica Sandoval, who will undergo major surgery this week.

Tigard Police Log: Scammers swindle woman out of…

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Tigard Police Log: Scammers swindle woman out of…
The Tigard Police Department describes calls and offers advice to avoid scams in logs from Aug. 28-Sept. 3, 2022.

Tualatin Police Log: Driver flees after striking…

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Tualatin Police Log: Driver flees after striking…
The Tualatin Police Department reports calls for service from Aug. 31-Sept. 4, 2022.

Tigard game store owner running for City Council

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Tigard game store owner running for City Council
Derrick Wright, a member of the Town Center Advisory Commission, among four candidates running for a four-year seat.

A look at the Washington County Jail's medical…

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A look at the Washington County Jail's medical…
The jail is seeing an 'unprecedented' number of inmate deaths this year, after four have died in five months.

Oregon senators secure funding for local food system

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Oregon senators secure funding for local food system
The USDA is providing a $366,150 grant to Washington County nonprofits Centro Cultural and Working Theory Farm.

PGE: All power now restored

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PGE: All power now restored
UPDATE: Pacific Power also restored all service cut to prevent wildfires over the weekend.

One dead, six injured after two crashes near…

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One dead, six injured after two crashes near…
A reportedly drunken driver crashed head-on into another vehicle hours after a man died in a single-vehicle crash.

Bonamici: 'We have to buck history' with women in…

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Bonamici: 'We have to buck history' with women in…
Three open-seat contests could result in a record four in Oregon's eight-member congressional delegation.

Milo McIver State Park fire out, but evacuation…

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Milo McIver State Park fire out, but evacuation…
The Red Cross has set up a shelter at Clackamas Community College because of a fire near Estacada.

Red Flag Warning: High fire danger through weekend

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Red Flag Warning: High fire danger through weekend
Portland Fire and Rescue contains a 2-alarm brush fire along I-205 around noon.

Air quality poor because of wildfire smoke in region

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Air quality poor because of wildfire smoke in region
UPDATE: Multnomah County bans burning wood because of wildfire smoke in the metropolitan region.

More resource centers open for those who lose power

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More resource centers open for those who lose power
UPDATE: PGE and Pacific Power are shutting off electricity in high-risk areas to prevent wildfires.

PGE says power could be restored by Saturday night

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PGE says power could be restored by Saturday night
Some 30,000 customers are currently without power as a result of shutoffs intended to reduce fire risk.

County commissioners blast I-205 tolling proposal

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County commissioners blast I-205 tolling proposal
Washington County's Roy Rogers and Clackamas County's Paul Savas made it clear they are not fans of the ODOT plan.

TVF&R says it's ready for windy weekend

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TVF&R says it's ready for windy weekend
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue has staffed additional four-wheel-drive brush rigs and set up an operations center.

Tualatin insurance agent donates school supplies

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Tualatin insurance agent donates school supplies
On Aug. 31, Jennifer May surprised Bridgeport Elementary with a delivery of 20 backpacks and 20 school supply kits.

Brian Bement found guilty of 2010 murder, again

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Brian Bement found guilty of 2010 murder, again
Following a retrial, Bement was found guilty of killing a Tigard naturopathic doctor outside Cornelius.

Where to find new COVID-19 booster shots in…

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Where to find new COVID-19 booster shots in…
Local health officials say the new shots offer better protection because they target the omicron variant.

Helt endorsed in BOLI race by two candidates for…

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Helt endorsed in BOLI race by two candidates for…
The labor commissioner position is officially nonpartisan but has drawn split endorsements.

PGE to shut off power to approximately 30,000…

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PGE to shut off power to approximately 30,000…
Utility announces schedule for shutting off power starting early Friday morning.

Power could be cut in Portland area because of fire…

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Power could be cut in Portland area because of fire…
Burn bans have been imposed throughout the metropolitan area ahead of the most dangerous conditions.

Four Sherwood seats ready, four candidates willing

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Four Sherwood seats ready, four candidates willing
Meanwhile, Council President Tim Rosener is the lone candidate to become Sherwood's next mayor.

Gubernatorial candidates on tap for Oct. 10 growth…

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Gubernatorial candidates on tap for Oct. 10 growth…
The event, hosted by the Tigard-based Westside Economic Alliance, will be streamed live online.

Deer Creek Elementary School welcomes back students

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Deer Creek Elementary School welcomes back students
Students dropped off by parents or on buses received a welcome that included a mayor, a city manager and a police chief.

Stafford Family Fest returns to West Linn Sept. 10

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Stafford Family Fest returns to West Linn Sept. 10
The event showcases farms and businesses from all around the Stafford Hamlet

Clackamas County DA won't charge ex-doctor in…

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Clackamas County DA won't charge ex-doctor in…
David Farley, who operated a private practice in West Linn, has been accused of abuse by more than 120 former patients.

African market will be swan song for organizer

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African market will be swan song for organizer
After 15 years helping to organize an annual open-air African market, Grace Kuto is moving to North Carolina

Tigard Police Log: Wanted man passes out with fake…

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Tigard Police Log: Wanted man passes out with fake…
The Tigard Police Department reports on calls for service from Aug. 21-27, 2022.

Tualatin Police Log: Manager sprayed with stolen…

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Tualatin Police Log: Manager sprayed with stolen…
The Tualatin Police Department describes calls for service between Aug. 23-29, 2022.

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