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Tualatin Police Log: Sept. 7-13, 2021

Tualatin Police Log: Sept. 7-13, 2021

The Times - News
This week's calls include: a stolen high-end vacuum cleaner, speeding at rush hour and a recovered bicycle.
Tigard Police Log: Sept. 6-12, 2021

Tigard Police Log: Sept. 6-12, 2021

The Times - News
This week's calls include: a Fanno Creek Trail stickup, using drugs near a child, and a deceased hotel guest.
Juvenile hearings referee named to circuit judgeship

Juvenile hearings referee named to circuit judgeship

The Times - News
Governor names Michele Rini, who has spent 15 years in her position and succeeds the retiring Jim Fun on Oct. 1.
Tualatin asking residents to chronicle city pollinators

Tualatin asking residents to chronicle city pollinators

The Times - News
Photograph plants, animals and insects throughout September to help city find ways to improve pollinator habitats.
Tigard Park Passport to focus on 18 parks

Tigard Park Passport to focus on 18 parks

The Times - News
Through Oct. 31, the city is offering residents the chance for residents to really get to know their parks.
Tigard assistant city manager search moves forward

Tigard assistant city manager search moves forward

The Times - News
The plan is to hire a second assistant city manager who would be in charge of finance and infrastructure
Tigard assesses homeless issue firsthand

Tigard assesses homeless issue firsthand

The Times - News
Police look at the entire city, making observations and reporting them back to the Tigard City Council.
Beaverton cop appointed to Gladstone School Board

Beaverton cop appointed to Gladstone School Board

The Times - News
Gladstone resident Jeremy Shaw sworn in to district representative role on Sept. 8
Organizers turn creative to bridge vaccine gaps

Organizers turn creative to bridge vaccine gaps

The Times - News
Washington County leads the state in vaccination rate while disparities persist.
No indictment for former Tigard officer who killed Jacob…

No indictment for former Tigard officer who killed Jacob…

The Times - News
A grand jury declined to indict Gabriel Maldonado, who shot and killed Macduff on Jan. 6.
Specter of COVID-19 deaths moves to southern, northeastern…

Specter of COVID-19 deaths moves to southern, northeastern…

The Times - News
Cases and deaths had been clustered in the most populous counties before; now hot spots include Wallowa.
New U.S. attorney for Oregon will be nominated

New U.S. attorney for Oregon will be nominated

The Times - News
U.S. senators, others nominate people to fill position left vacant by Billy Williams' resignation.
Lawmakers shuffle redistricting plans as special session…

Lawmakers shuffle redistricting plans as special session…

The Times - News
Legislative plan must get a final vote by the end of September or courts could step in and draw state, federal districts
Few surprises as Oregon starts 2022 election season quietly

Few surprises as Oregon starts 2022 election season quietly

The Times - News
Candidates ready to run for variety of offices as secretary of state opens public office filing window
How delta disrupted return to office plans in Washington…

How delta disrupted return to office plans in Washington…

The Times - News
Employers are quiet on the vaccine mandate, but they have come up with ways to encourage their workers to get the shot.
Tigard Police Log: Aug. 30-Sept. 5, 2021

Tigard Police Log: Aug. 30-Sept. 5, 2021

The Times - News
This week's calls include: an annoying customer, a dishonest shoplifter and an oddly timed gun inspection.
Tualatin Police Log: Aug. 31-Sept. 6, 2021

Tualatin Police Log: Aug. 31-Sept. 6, 2021

The Times - News
This week's calls include: drugs in a bra, stolen materials, and an unsuccessful attempt to elude police.
Kingston Terrace master plan work gets underway

Kingston Terrace master plan work gets underway

The Times - News
Mike Weston is putting the pieces together as King City looks to a spike in population.
Brian Decker announces bid for Washington County DA

Brian Decker announces bid for Washington County DA

The Times - News
The Beaverton resident and public defender has support from several prominent Oregon progressives.
Tigard to mandate COVID-19 vaccine for employees

Tigard to mandate COVID-19 vaccine for employees

The Times - News
City still negotiating with unions, but requirement likely in place by mid-November
Sen. Wyden urges improved access to mental health care

Sen. Wyden urges improved access to mental health care

The Times - News
On World Suicide Prevention Day, he calls for federal intervention to fix insurance practices and address a worker shortage.
Washington County first to hit 80% threshold for vaccinated…

Washington County first to hit 80% threshold for vaccinated…

The Times - News
The county has been leading the state in adult vaccinations for months, officials said.
Public weighs in on redistricting, but will it matter?

Public weighs in on redistricting, but will it matter?

The Times - News
Legislative committees get an earful from skeptical citizens about the proposed maps.
Lam Research to open Sherwood facility

Lam Research to open Sherwood facility

The Times - News
The facility, which supplies semiconductor manufacturing equipment, will hire 300 people for the new site.
First day back at Tigard-Tualatin schools goes smoothly

First day back at Tigard-Tualatin schools goes smoothly

The Times - News
Teachers and staff greeted students across the Tigard-Tualatin School District on Wednesday.
Westside Economic Alliance names new executive director

Westside Economic Alliance names new executive director

The Times - News
Gail Greenman, a West Linn resident and former Oregon Farm Bureau lobbyist, will lead the regional group.
Hillsboro, Beaverton, Tigard adopt city employee mask rules

Hillsboro, Beaverton, Tigard adopt city employee mask rules

The Times - News
Unvaccinated employees of Hillsboro, Beaverton and Tigard will be required to wear a KN95 mask or similar.
Governor: Curtailing school activities could speed drop in…

Governor: Curtailing school activities could speed drop in…

The Times - News
'We're in a dire state, but I am seeing some signs that this is going to level out in the next week.'
Lori Baker to head finances at Northwest Regional ESD

Lori Baker to head finances at Northwest Regional ESD

The Times - News
She comes to the education service district with more than 30 years of experience in public finance and auditing.
Washington County promotes new public health manager

Washington County promotes new public health manager

The Times - News
Marie Boman-Davis has been an integral part of the county's COVID-19 response.

I-205 improvement work slated for next spring

The Times - News
I-205 improvement work slated for next spring
First phase to include Abernethy seismic improvements, realignments of on- and off-ramps.

Washington County commissioners to hold town hall

The Times - News
Washington County commissioners to hold town hall
The meeting will cover the county's allocation from the American Rescue Plan Act and plans for spending relief money.

Police identify body found along Fanno Creek

The Times - News
Police identify body found along Fanno Creek
He was Preston Joshua Vermillion, 46, of Wyoming; foul play not suspected but ME investigating cause of death.

Tigard Police Log: Aug. 23-29, 2021

The Times - News
Tigard Police Log: Aug. 23-29, 2021
This week's calls include: a fight over masks, a wanted caller, and an injured and insulted bicyclist.

Tualatin Police Log: Aug. 24-30, 2021

The Times - News
Tualatin Police Log: Aug. 24-30, 2021
This week's calls include: unmasked and highly caffeinated, a water bottle assault, and a lot of stolen cash at Motel 6.

Team to look at homeless issues in downtown Tigard

The Times - News
Team to look at homeless issues in downtown Tigard
Role of police in enforcement expected to be limited with new homeless group, CHART, to make recommendations.

Sherwood man dies in rollover crash

The Times - News
Sherwood man dies in rollover crash
Alexander Haluk, 26, was ejected from a vehicle traveling along Interstate 5 Sunday near Eugene.

Are you ready for more politics? It's…

The Times - News
Are you ready for more politics? It's…
Candidates begin to line up for many statewide offices as summer semi-officially draws to a close.

Beaverton Food Project brings mutual aid ethos to…

The Times - News
Beaverton Food Project brings mutual aid ethos to…
Inca Gutner took inspiration from Portland Free Fridge to start a mutual aid network in Beaverton

Kingston Terrace master plan work gets underway

The Times - News
Kingston Terrace master plan work gets underway
Mike Weston is putting the pieces together as King City looks to a spike in population.

FBI honors Tigard police chief's strategic planning

The Times - News
FBI honors Tigard police chief's strategic planning
Chief Kathy McAlpine is given an FBI coin as an award for the department's achievement

Portland hospitals bring in temporary morgue trucks

The Times - News
Portland hospitals bring in temporary morgue trucks
Two hospitals will use refrigeration trucks to keep COVID-19 fatalities as hospital morgues fill up.

In-N-Out Burger could slide into Bridgeport Village…

The Times - News
In-N-Out Burger could slide into Bridgeport Village…
The retro fast food joint just officially bought the old Village Inn spot in Tualatin.

Competing plans unveiled for legislative,…

The Times - News
Competing plans unveiled for legislative,…
Lawmakers see drafts and plan public hearings Sept. 8-13 before special session later this year.

Portland hospitals bring in temporary morgue trucks

The Times - News
Portland hospitals bring in temporary morgue trucks
Two hospitals will use refrigeration trucks to keep COVID-19 fatalities as hospital morgues fill up.

Former TVF&R chief helped revolutionize public…

The Times - News
Former TVF&R chief helped revolutionize public…
Jeff Johnson says 9/11 shed light on the flaws in communications systems used by the nation's first responders.

Indigenous practice could be key to taming wildfires

The Times - News
Indigenous practice could be key to taming wildfires
Controlled burns have proven effective in combating wildfires, both before the Oregon Trail and in modern times.

Sherwood's Robin Hood Festival canceled

The Times - News
Sherwood's Robin Hood Festival canceled
COVID-19 concerns dash festival plans for second year in a row; hopes are to hold the Holiday Festival on Dec. 4.

Body found along Tigard's Fanno Creek

The Times - News
Body found along Tigard's Fanno Creek
Police and medical examiner are investigating body found off of Burham Street in downtown Tigard

WashCo libraries get tens of thousands in…

The Times - News
WashCo libraries get tens of thousands in…
In Tualatin, officials plan to bolster Spanish-language collections with grant money from federal ARPA funding.

COVID-19 cancels Tigard's 60th anniversary events

The Times - News
COVID-19 cancels Tigard's 60th anniversary events
Delta surge blamed as Tigard scraps plans for outdoor festivities with alternative observations set

Oregon Health Authority recommends approval of new…

The Times - News
Oregon Health Authority recommends approval of new…
The approval would be conditioned on the hospital having fewer beds than requested and treating underserved groups.

Co-located domestic violence, child abuse center…

The Times - News
Co-located domestic violence, child abuse center…
Officials have long hoped to bring a joint domestic violence and child abuse resource center to Washington County.

Tualatin Police Log: Aug. 17-23, 2021

The Times - News
Tualatin Police Log: Aug. 17-23, 2021
This week's calls include: weapons fired at an apartment complex, a broken elevator button, and a would-be smuggler.

Tigard Police Log: Aug. 16-22, 2021

The Times - News
Tigard Police Log: Aug. 16-22, 2021
This week's calls include: a violent trespasser, a fake gun, and a pepper-spray response to a racist assault.

Rules protect workers from smoke and heat, but just…

The Times - News
Rules protect workers from smoke and heat, but just…
Local leaders say they want protections for workers on Washington County farms and wineries made permanent.

Medical Teams International offers help for Haiti

The Times - News
Medical Teams International offers help for Haiti
The Tigard nonprofit steps in as the Caribbean country struggles with political upheaval and natural disasters.

A day at the Oregon State Fair

The Times - News
A day at the Oregon State Fair
Fried food, traditional crafts, rides, animals and even vaccines attract Oregonians to Salem for the state fair's return.

Flying drones that plant trees now have their own…

The Times - News
Flying drones that plant trees now have their own…
Former Beaverton tech startup DroneSeed purchases tree seed company Silvaseed to speed up wildfire reforestation.

Oregon sets grim one-day record for COVID cases

The Times - News
Oregon sets grim one-day record for COVID cases
With 20 new deaths, the coronavirus now has claimed the lives of 3,115 people in Oregon.

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