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Cities of Lake Oswego and Tigard asks residents to reduce…

Cities of Lake Oswego and Tigard asks residents to reduce…

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Oregon water suppliers brace for chlorine shortage but not all agencies in the state are affected by supply failures of the chemical critical for…
Community newspaper publisher Christine Moore dies

Community newspaper publisher Christine Moore dies

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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

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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

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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…

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Legislative leaders try to ferry a pile of proposals through votes as two parties strike unease balance on some issues.
Tigard Police Log: May 31-June 6, 2021

Tigard Police Log: May 31-June 6, 2021

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This week's calls include: a sabotaged Jeep, a deconstructed claw machine and conspicuous car thieves.
Tualatin Police Log: June 1-7, 2021

Tualatin Police Log: June 1-7, 2021

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This week's calls include: Black Lives Matter graffiti, threats at the hospital, and a 'dead end' collision.
Tualatin library partially reopens with express service

Tualatin library partially reopens with express service

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Library-users can browse collections inside, pick up holds and use computers
Video offers tips on buying salmon from Columbia River…

Video offers tips on buying salmon from Columbia River…

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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'

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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…

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Gaps remain in governor's push to reopen as parts of the state still have many people reluctant to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Sherwood High grad to deliver OIT remarks

Sherwood High grad to deliver OIT remarks

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Christian Gomez, along with two fellow grads, are commencement speakers at the Oregon Institute of Technology
Oregon House expels Rep. Nearman for role in Capitol breach

Oregon House expels Rep. Nearman for role in Capitol breach

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Mid-Valley Republican is first in state history to lose his seat for 'disorderly behavior.'
Volunteers needed to decorate bags for homeless

Volunteers needed to decorate bags for homeless

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Positive Charge! PDX wants help assembling lunch bags for Blanchet House June 13 in Tualatin
Tualatin police arrest noted equestrian trainer for sex…

Tualatin police arrest noted equestrian trainer for sex…

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Richard Rankin Fellers, 61, of Oregon City charged with four counts of alleged sexual abuse
Local author hopes to inspire creativity with new reads

Local author hopes to inspire creativity with new reads

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West Linn teacher and author Steve Davala releases children's book and sci-fi novel.
Longtime Virginia Garcia leader takes Multnomah County job

Longtime Virginia Garcia leader takes Multnomah County job

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After eight years as executive director of the Virginia Garcia Memorial Foundation, Serena Cruz will depart.
Tigard Police Log: May 24-30, 2021

Tigard Police Log: May 24-30, 2021

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This week's calls include: a disturbance at the bank, an aggressive dumpster diver, and a stolen dealership vehicle.
Tualatin Police Log: May 25-31, 2021

Tualatin Police Log: May 25-31, 2021

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This week's calls include: graffiti at the bathroom, a dangerous pursuit and burned clothing.
Good Neighbor Center fundraiser on tap

Good Neighbor Center fundraiser on tap

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Shelter for houseless families hosts 'In Other Words,' a June 16 virtual event set, which features three keynote speakers.
State song gets official makeover from Oregon lawmakers

State song gets official makeover from Oregon lawmakers

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Resolution adopts lyrics to change references that advocates say reflect a racist past in Oregon.
Oregon ends prescription for pseudoephedrine medicines

Oregon ends prescription for pseudoephedrine medicines

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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

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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

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Even as the pandemic remains a 'shadow,' governor expects state to 'fully open' if vaccination rates climb.
Goodhouse to challenge Snider in Tigard mayor race

Goodhouse to challenge Snider in Tigard mayor race

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John Goodhouse, a member of the Tigard City Council since 2014, will run against current Mayor Jason Snider in the 2022 election.
Lake Oswego's Stickmen Brewing plans to expand

Lake Oswego's Stickmen Brewing plans to expand

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Company opening two more taprooms in Happy Valley and Cedar Mill, creating a total of four locations.
Legislature OKs $9.3 billion for schools after partisan…

Legislature OKs $9.3 billion for schools after partisan…

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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

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The former school administrator, school board member, and Cornelius mayor is still missing.
Free COVID-19 shots offered in Tualatin

Free COVID-19 shots offered in Tualatin

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The 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. event is set for Tualatin High School and is open to those ages 12 and older.
Republican lawmakers take aim at new gun storage law

Republican lawmakers take aim at new gun storage law

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They start the petition process to gather signatures to compel a statewide vote in November 2022.

Universal Plaza plans take shape in downtown Tigard

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Universal Plaza plans take shape in downtown Tigard
Designs for the plaza - which included input from 60 design advisors - include a water feature, overhead canopy

Legislature OKs Juneteenth state holiday starting…

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Legislature OKs Juneteenth state holiday starting…
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…

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Series: How COVID made a bad situation worse in…
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…

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County-by-county impact of political redistricting…
Legislative committees invite testimony from experts to live-streamed regional hearings.

Lawmakers grind their way toward 'sine die'

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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…

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Legislature votes to continue to-go cocktails in…
Service began as an economic lifeline for restaurants and bars during pandemic; new start date is Jan. 1.

Tualatin City Services building completed

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Tualatin City Services building completed
The new 9,500-square-foot structure, added to another building at the Tualatin Public Works site, consolidates departments

Oregon legislature makes noose display an…

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Oregon legislature makes noose display an…
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…

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Ethics of Summer Olympic Games called into question…
Beaverton native Mariel Zagunis is ready for another chance at gold, but is Japan ready to host the Games?

Tualatin Police Log: May 18-24, 2021

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Tualatin Police Log: May 18-24, 2021
This week's calls include: a car prowler at an apartment complex, illegal dumping, and a high-speed chase.

Tigard Police Log: May 17-23, 2021

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Tigard Police Log: May 17-23, 2021
This week's calls include: a stolen bicycle, a suspect tracked to a rooftop, and an agitated customer.

Historic cemeteries want to leave Confederate flag…

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Historic cemeteries want to leave Confederate flag…
Policy adopted in October 2020 recommends against placing controversial flag on graves of Confederate veterans buried in Oregon.

Tualatin High School senior rises to any and all…

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Tualatin High School senior rises to any and all…
2021 Amazing Kids honoree Clara Johansen's severe vision impairment hasn't held her back from achieving her goals.

Tigard High School student marches for justice,…

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Tigard High School student marches for justice,…
2021 Amazing Kids honoree Abdi Mohamoud helped organize a Student March for Black Lives last summer.

Ground broken on Art Rutkin Elementary School

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Ground broken on Art Rutkin Elementary School
Plans call for completion of the school in early 2023 with an opening set for that fall.

Sherwood High School student navigates life's…

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Sherwood High School student navigates life's…
2021 Amazing Kids honoree Ayo Popoola, 15, has made Sherwood home after three years.

Duplexes, triplexes slated for River Terrace

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Duplexes, triplexes slated for River Terrace
New housing units come in response to legislative mandates for more affordable housing

Tigard to receive $7.5 million in federal funding

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Tigard to receive $7.5 million in federal funding
That coronavirus money is expected to be used for housing stability issues and more

Ralph Brown's family holds press conference seeking…

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Ralph Brown's family holds press conference seeking…
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…

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Senate OKs $9.3 billion in state aid to public…
Budget goes to House as senator says 'there are more bills to come that add to stability.'

Gig workers sue Oregon Employment Department

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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…

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87,000 at risk of utility shut-offs as Oregon ends…
Oregon Public Utility Commission approves a resumption of power and natural gas disconnections beginning Aug. 1, 2021.

Tigard to provide $500,000 loan for affordable…

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Tigard to provide $500,000 loan for affordable…
Money would be used as part of land purchase for apartment construction next to Fred Meyer

In-person Shakespeare festival in Beaverton will…

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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.

Tigard Police Log: May 10-16, 2021

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Tigard Police Log: May 10-16, 2021
This week's calls include: an enterprising thief at Cook Park, a disturbing disturbance, and an accidental gunshot.

Tualatin Police Log: May 11-17, 2021

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Tualatin Police Log: May 11-17, 2021
This week's calls include: a collision at a package facility, missing jewelry, and a bleached porch.

Oregon AG: Petitioners could eliminate 90-day…

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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

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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

The Times - News
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,…

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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…

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