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Tigard Police Log: April 19-25, 2021

Tigard Police Log: April 19-25, 2021

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This week's calls include: trying to return an item with a gun, a phony Amazon scammer, and golf cart cookies.
Washington County sets up 24-hour ballot dropsites

Washington County sets up 24-hour ballot dropsites

The Times - News
Of 21 official dropsites throughout the county, the only indoor drop box is in Garden Home.
Tualatin Police Log: April 20-26, 2021

Tualatin Police Log: April 20-26, 2021

The Times - News
This week's calls include: pilfered perfume, stolen ceremonial rifles and an arrest over pepper spray.
Group has ambitious plan for Portland Botanical Gardens

Group has ambitious plan for Portland Botanical Gardens

The Times - News
Founders Sean Hogan, Paige Witte and Dan Pogust envision all-encompassing campus for plants and flowers.
Owners get more time to rebuild after 2020 Labor Day…

Owners get more time to rebuild after 2020 Labor Day…

The Times - News
Two bills, both passed by Oregon House, also ease requirements for replacement homes and businesses.
TTSB candidate forum set Thursday

TTSB candidate forum set Thursday

The Times - News
Candidates vying for three positions on the Tigard-Tualatin School Board will appear via Zoom at 6 p.m.
Winona Grange to distribute free seeds

Winona Grange to distribute free seeds

The Times - News
The seed giveaway is set for Saturday, May 8, and Tuesday, May 11 at the grange, 8340 S.W. Seneca St.
Rep. Nearman faces two criminal charges in Capitol breach

Rep. Nearman faces two criminal charges in Capitol breach

The Times - News
Republican lawmaker is indicted after surveillance footage and State Police investigation of December incident.
Tigard commercial fire extinguished

Tigard commercial fire extinguished

The Times - News
A sprinkler system in the building located on 72nd Avenue, quickly douses Sunday morning fire.
Brown's new orders stir fight: 'I chose to save lives'

Brown's new orders stir fight: 'I chose to save lives'

The Times - News
As Oregon leads nation with rate of new COVID-19 infections, some push back on new restrictions.
Summer bike camps are back at WashCo Bikes

Summer bike camps are back at WashCo Bikes

The Times - News
After canceling youth bike camps last summer, WashCo Bikes instructors are looking forward restarting camps.
House OKs gun storage combined with partial ban on public…

House OKs gun storage combined with partial ban on public…

The Times - News
Bill heads back to Oregon Senate, which previously approved a broader ban on firearms in public places.
Hospital crosswalk, Herman Road improvements planned

Hospital crosswalk, Herman Road improvements planned

The Times - News
Residents split on location of flashing beacon crosswalk planned for 65th Avenue at Meridian Park Medical Center.
Prescription would no longer be needed for pseudoephedrine

Prescription would no longer be needed for pseudoephedrine

The Times - News
Oregon House passes bill that would require people to show photo ID and obtain it behind the counter.
Agency gears up for more unemployment benefit claims

Agency gears up for more unemployment benefit claims

The Times - News
But acting director says he does not expect new lockdowns to result in an influx similar to pandemic onset.
Tigard Shining Stars awards night set Friday

Tigard Shining Stars awards night set Friday

The Times - News
Annual event, sponsored by Chamber of Commerce, honors local citizens, businesses
Tigard Police Log: April 12-18, 2021

Tigard Police Log: April 12-18, 2021

The Times - News
This week's calls include: stink bombs in a store, a stolen vehicle on fire, and a child who fell out of a window.
Tualatin Police Log: April 13-19, 2021

Tualatin Police Log: April 13-19, 2021

The Times - News
This week's calls include: a scammed senior citizen, a stolen vaccination and a wild motorcyclist.
Amid investigation, Tigard officer who killed man starts…

Amid investigation, Tigard officer who killed man starts…

The Times - News
The DA's office has not cleared Officer Gabriel Maldonado in the shooting of Jacob MacDuff.
Bill proposes dental therapists to extend care in Oregon

Bill proposes dental therapists to extend care in Oregon

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House passes plan to create state-licensed occupation between hygienists and dentists.
Lionel Domreis turns 102

Lionel Domreis turns 102

The Times - News
Former real estate company owner helped push construction of King City, Summerfield
COVID-19 restrictions imposed on Multnomah, Clackamas, 13…

COVID-19 restrictions imposed on Multnomah, Clackamas, 13…

The Times - News
The 15 counties will move into the Extreme Risk category for at least three weeks on Friday, April 30.
Bill gives homeowners two years to rebuild after wildfires

Bill gives homeowners two years to rebuild after wildfires

The Times - News
House plan requires insurance companies to allow more time after the 2020 Labor Day blazes.
Washington County looks to vaccine event for homeless in May

Washington County looks to vaccine event for homeless in May

The Times - News
County officials say logistical problems and the Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause have hindered vaccinations for homeless.
Senate clears bill to ease motel conversions to housing

Senate clears bill to ease motel conversions to housing

The Times - News
Plan limiting land use challenges goes to Gov. Brown; federal money being used for purchases.
Oregon House passes bills to change policing

Oregon House passes bills to change policing

The Times - News
Five from official package, plus four related measures, move on to the Senate after weeks of work.
Oregon gets sixth congressional district, but where?

Oregon gets sixth congressional district, but where?

The Times - News
Oregon is one of the winners, California a loser, in U.S. Census announcement about population increases and representation.
Bonamici hears concerns of community colleges, students

Bonamici hears concerns of community colleges, students

The Times - News
Federal aid is coming, but lawmaker is told that colleges would like help to maximize benefits.
Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine OK'd for Oregon use soon

Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine OK'd for Oregon use soon

The Times - News
The Western States Scientific Safety Review Workgroup gave the thumbs up following approval from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Tualatin High's first week goes smoothly

Tualatin High's first week goes smoothly

The Times - News
The high school reopens one year after the pandemic with many students opting for online classes

Sherwood Area Chamber of Commerce adjusts to…

The Times - News
Sherwood Area Chamber of Commerce adjusts to…
While COVID-19 has been hard on local businesses, iconic MudPuddles toy store expects to survive.

Another COVID-19 case reported in Oregon Capitol

The Times - News
Another COVID-19 case reported in Oregon Capitol
No additional shutdowns planned, but Senate president urges refresher on infection protocols.

Mother of man shot by Tigard police asks for answers

The Times - News
Mother of man shot by Tigard police asks for answers
Tort claim lodged against city as prosecutors continue to investigate Jan. 6 shooting

Agency would gain more leeway on recouping…

The Times - News
Agency would gain more leeway on recouping…
Senate bill would let Employment Department waive or reduce excess amounts paid to unemployed workers.

Community Action, Energy Trust provide no-cost…

The Times - News
Community Action, Energy Trust provide no-cost…
A free energy efficiency program has helped weatherize more than 200 homes in Washington County.

Washington County gives update on program to help…

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Washington County gives update on program to help…
County officials met with the Beaverton City Council to discuss the implementation of the program.

House panel ponders linking firearms storage,…

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House panel ponders linking firearms storage,…
Senators say proposal weakens restrictions for public buildings they have already approved.

COVID-19 infections rise, but not all county risk…

The Times - News
COVID-19 infections rise, but not all county risk…
Governor says variants and increase spread of virus force some counties into the high-risk category.

Tigard library to offer partial in-building services

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Tigard library to offer partial in-building services
Beginning Monday, patrons can use inside services for 15 minutes at a time; more time added as risk decreases.

Tualatin Police Log: April 6-12, 2021

The Times - News
Tualatin Police Log: April 6-12, 2021
This week's calls include: a roommate assault, a laundromat disturbance and a citizens' arrest.

Tigard Police Log: April 5-11, 2021

The Times - News
Tigard Police Log: April 5-11, 2021
This week's calls include: a prolific thief, a two-way stabbing and a defiant speeder.

Anti-Semitic fliers target West Linn Rep. Rachel…

The Times - News
Anti-Semitic fliers target West Linn Rep. Rachel…
Oregon State Police trooper is looking into an incident that targeted a state legislator.

Verdict: Guilty in Chauvin trial

The Times - News
Verdict: Guilty in Chauvin trial
Ex-police officer is convicted of killing George Floyd, which touched off a year of Black Lives Matter protests.

An epitaph for Portland's Alpenrose Dairy

The Times - News
An epitaph for Portland's Alpenrose Dairy
Despite talk of keeping open the Little League fields, velodrome, Dairyville and more, the venue may be closed forever.

COVID-19 case shuts down Oregon House a third time

The Times - News
COVID-19 case shuts down Oregon House a third time
Floor sessions scheduled to resume April 26; committees will continue to meet virtually.

Big loss for Portland's sports enthusiasts

The Times - News
Big loss for Portland's sports enthusiasts
Generations of families competed at the Southeast Portland venue, which likely will close for good this year.

Washington, Columbia counties move to higher…

The Times - News
Washington, Columbia counties move to higher…
Gov. Kate Brown announced Tuesday she will re-impose restrictions over high case counts.

Tigard asks for input on possible bridges across…

The Times - News
Tigard asks for input on possible bridges across…
City wants residents to weigh in on crossings as part of Washington Square Regional Center Plan

Former Congresswoman Elizabeth Furse dies at age 84

The Times - News
Former Congresswoman Elizabeth Furse dies at age 84
Friends and colleagues recall Washington County congresswoman's push to resolve tough issues.

Oregon works to shrink COVID-19 vaccine disparity

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Oregon works to shrink COVID-19 vaccine disparity
Racial and rural disparities are the focus of a new state push to get doses in hard-to-reach places.

Ginny Burdick will leave Oregon Senate after 25…

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Ginny Burdick will leave Oregon Senate after 25…
Veteran Portland Democrat will delay her next post on the Northwest Power Council until Nov. 1.

Residents get health help and locals-only RV rates…

The Times - News
Residents get health help and locals-only RV rates…
GOP slowdown ends and legislation begins moving quickly through Oregon chamber.

Lloyd's of London could once again pay for Oregon…

The Times - News
Lloyd's of London could once again pay for Oregon…
The state's valuable timber resources are on a long list of unusual things the global company has insured for many years.

PCC announces retirement of Mark Mitsui, Sylvia…

The Times - News
PCC announces retirement of Mark Mitsui, Sylvia…
Mitsui, the president of Portland Community College, will retire after the 2021-22 school year.

Hillsboro addiction support center to see Measure…

The Times - News
Hillsboro addiction support center to see Measure…
The director of Bridges to Change says the early release of addiction support funds will help mitigate a crisis.

Cities, counties must reassess rules against…

The Times - News
Cities, counties must reassess rules against…
Oregon House bill is intended to comply with 2018 federal appeals court decision against blanket bans.

Sherwood urologist known for his hair, cowboy boots…

The Times - News
Sherwood urologist known for his hair, cowboy boots…
Dr. Charles Edward Skeeters was known for his sense of humor and calming bedside manner.

Oregon legislative logjam lifted in redistricting…

The Times - News
Oregon legislative logjam lifted in redistricting…
Minority Republicans get a voice on redrawing districts; majority Democrats can proceed with more than 80 bills.

Early season fire danger prompts Washington County…

The Times - News
Early season fire danger prompts Washington County…
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…

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Oregon Senate extends grace period for past-due…
Bill anticipates millions in state and federal aid for renters, landlords by new deadline of Feb. 28, 2022.

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