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Cat rescue organization will host holiday event

Cat rescue organization will host holiday event

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Kittens and cats will be in attendance for cuddles; pet vendors on hand as well
Creative Impact Workshops aim to help artists and…

Creative Impact Workshops aim to help artists and…

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This year, all workshops will be offered virtually via Zoom. The programs will also be available for free.
Sherwood Give n' Gobble goes virtual

Sherwood Give n' Gobble goes virtual

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Participants will be encouraged to 'walk, run, jog, mosey or waddle' on their own from Nov. 21 to Dec. 1.
SPONSORED: The City of Tualatin launches COVID-19 grant…

SPONSORED: The City of Tualatin launches COVID-19 grant…

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The City of Tualatin has launched the final round of the $1.2 million economic grant programs for COVID-19 affected Tualatin business and households
Inside the battle against COVID-19 with ER doctor

Inside the battle against COVID-19 with ER doctor

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Dr. Cameron Klug, who works for Legacy Meridian Park in Tualatin, has been treating COVID-19 patients since spring.
Adelante Mujeres to hold virtual grand opening

Adelante Mujeres to hold virtual grand opening

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The Oct. 30 event will celebrate the renovation of the Forest Grove-based nonprofit's building.
New winery Amaterra planned in picturesque West Hills

New winery Amaterra planned in picturesque West Hills

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It'll feature a 12-acre vineyard, winemaking facility, chef-driven restaurant, and indoor/outdoor event spaces.
People of Providence - Meet Robin Henderson

People of Providence - Meet Robin Henderson

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Actors tie knot at Broadway Rose Theatre Co.

Actors tie knot at Broadway Rose Theatre Co.

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Malia Tippets and Joe Theissen are performing in a two-person play this month.
Washington County pumpkin patch farms adapting to COVID-19…

Washington County pumpkin patch farms adapting to COVID-19…

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Roloff Farms and Plumper Pumpkin Patch and Tree Farm are following Washington County's Phase 1 guidelines.
Terry King sets pace in Columbia County Racing Association…

Terry King sets pace in Columbia County Racing Association…

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King, a Warren resident, ended the year with a win in the Sportsman Division main
Dr. Scott Pike gives gift of sight in Guatemala

Dr. Scott Pike gives gift of sight in Guatemala

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The Hillsboro optometrist and Pacific University graduate has been operating a clinic for more than 20 years.
'Timber Wars': OPB looks back at environmentalists vs.…

'Timber Wars': OPB looks back at environmentalists vs.…

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It all started with the northern spotted owl's threatened designation, which changed Oregon forever.
The Spirit of Halloweentown is alive in St. Helens

The Spirit of Halloweentown is alive in St. Helens

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A Columbia County commissioner described holding the festival during the pandemic as 'a terribly stupid idea.'
Wilsonville reinvents the Harvest Festival

Wilsonville reinvents the Harvest Festival

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The event will include virtual programming, drive-throughs and other interactive activities
Cornelius residents participate in first-ever chalk art…

Cornelius residents participate in first-ever chalk art…

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Participants were asked to draw chalk art outside their homes on the sidewalk to promote social distancing.
New art exhibit at Hillsboro Civic Center comments on…

New art exhibit at Hillsboro Civic Center comments on…

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Pacific University professor Tyler Brumfield's exhibit 'Everyday Abstractions' reinvents iconic brand images.
Broadway Rose teams up with All Classical Portland

Broadway Rose teams up with All Classical Portland

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A Sherlock Holmes radio drama featuring classical music and turn-of-the-century celebrities will air Oct. 5-6.
Scappoose restaurant Mark's on the Channel to close

Scappoose restaurant Mark's on the Channel to close

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The floating restaurant has offered seafood meals and picturesque views of the Multnomah Channel for 18 years.
Tualatin Lions to host drive-thru Oktoberfest Oct. 9-10

Tualatin Lions to host drive-thru Oktoberfest Oct. 9-10

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In somewhat of a a departure from the club's previous events, it will be held over two days instead of just one.
Business News Update: Thills Water Polo

Business News Update: Thills Water Polo

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Suggested reading brought to you by Thills Water Polo:Tualatin Hills Water Polo Club organizes training
A force for good

A force for good

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Baby Yoda brings smiles to firefighters across Oregon with his visits as they work on multiple wildfires
How will wildfire smoke impact Oregon's wine industry?

How will wildfire smoke impact Oregon's wine industry?

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Linfield professor and researcher outlines what air quality will do to grapes, industry timeline
Business News Update: Oregon Trail Recovery and Pacific…

Business News Update: Oregon Trail Recovery and Pacific…

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Suggested reading brought to you by Oregon Trail Recovery and Pacific Crest Trail Detox - helping people with addiction and recovery
Steampunk Furniture now open in Rainier

Steampunk Furniture now open in Rainier

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The new furniture/art store features unique pieces from the steampunk genre
Mountainside High School senior trains mustang

Mountainside High School senior trains mustang

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Macy Montgomery has spent her summer working with a once-wild horse named Annie Oakley outside Sherwood.
People of Providence - Meet  Kevin J. Koomalsingh, M.D.

People of Providence - Meet Kevin J. Koomalsingh, M.D.

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Cornelius to host 'Color Cornelius' chalk art event

Cornelius to host 'Color Cornelius' chalk art event

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On Tuesday, Sept. 8, people can pick-up a drawing kit and register at Cornelius City Hall from 9 to 5 p.m. through Friday.
Amazing Kids: The play's the thing for Tigard High grad

Amazing Kids: The play's the thing for Tigard High grad

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Performing pushed 2020 alumna Cait Smith to attend classes and achieve her goals.
Amazing Kids: Tualatin teen is all about volunteering

Amazing Kids: Tualatin teen is all about volunteering

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From the Girl Scouts to TEAM Tualatin to the food bank, Tualatin High School junior Taryn Coulson gives back.

Amazing Kids: Sherwood skater is a role model on,…

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Amazing Kids: Sherwood skater is a role model on,…
Oregon Connections Academy alumna Danika Lee enjoys being a mentor at the Sherwood Ice Arena.

Business News Update: Woodland Heights Assisted…

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Business News Update: Woodland Heights Assisted…
Suggested reading brought to you by Woodland Assisted Living Residence - Woodland Heights' commitment to it residents

Forest Grove Rotarians donate time, money to local…

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Forest Grove Rotarians donate time, money to local…
The Daybreak club works together with community organizations to serve Forest Grove and Cornelius.

Cruise-In finds a home in Cornelius

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Cruise-In finds a home in Cornelius
Both classic and modern cars are welcome at free weekly summer Cruise-In, Friday nights in Walmart parking lot.

1980s-themed Hillsboro arcade opens amid pandemic

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1980s-themed Hillsboro arcade opens amid pandemic
Arcade 2084 owners Eric Milavetz and Shana Nelson had to delay opening the business due to the coronavirus.

Oregon Mandolin Orchestra posts online concerts for…

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Oregon Mandolin Orchestra posts online concerts for…
Due to COVID-19, the orchestra is posting concerts and performances online for others to enjoy.

Happy Lemon Tea Shop opens in Bridgeport Village

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Happy Lemon Tea Shop opens in Bridgeport Village
Franchise owner Tao Huang says they will serve a salted cheese drink, a favorite in the U.S. market

Online cast interviews, performances help Broadway…

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Online cast interviews, performances help Broadway…
The Tigard theater has been offering summer classes for teens, online interviews with actors talking and singing.

Business News Update: Oregon Trail Recovery and…

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Business News Update: Oregon Trail Recovery and…
Suggested reading brought to you by Oregon Trail Recovery and Pacific Crest Trail Detox - helping people with addiction and recovery

Lake Oswego smoke/vape shop opens during pandemic

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Lake Oswego smoke/vape shop opens during pandemic
Paradox, which has two other locations, opened in downtown Lake Oswego on March 30.

West Linn author memorializes labor rights pioneer

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West Linn author memorializes labor rights pioneer
Deborah Hopkinson's picture book, to be released in August, chronicles life of Frances Perkins

North Clackamas Christian School choir performs…

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North Clackamas Christian School choir performs…
State champions from last four years running united virtually to sing 'Nearer My God to Thee,' followed by 'Stand By Me'

Forest Grove's ReStore chosen for DEQ grant

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Forest Grove's ReStore chosen for DEQ grant
The store is one of 13 recipients across the state awarded a total of $125,000.

Tualatin's West Coast Giant Pumpkin Regatta canceled

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Tualatin's West Coast Giant Pumpkin Regatta canceled
The annual event draws thousands to the Lake at the Commons each year to watch races involving the giant squash.

Bethany woman coordinates 10,000 meal donations to…

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Bethany woman coordinates 10,000 meal donations to…
Aishwarya Sreenivasan's first donation of a few pizzas to her local hospital has turned into a movement.

Business News Update: Oregon Trail Recovery

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Business News Update: Oregon Trail Recovery
Suggested reading brought to you by Oregon Trail Recovery and Pacific Crest Trail Detox - helping people with addiction and recovery

"Keep Classical Weird" podcast shows classical…

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Casey Bozell's podcast examines the 'bizarre, eccentric and quirky parts' of the classical music world.

Famous Portland drag show may close due to virus…

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Famous Portland drag show may close due to virus…
Due to the combination of COVID-19, rioting and homelessness, the famous drag show may close.

Portland musician Michael Allen Harrison creates…

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Portland musician Michael Allen Harrison creates…
The longtime Portland musician has put videos and music online every day since the COVID-19 forced show cancellations

Mythical Mini Donuts brings sugary splendor to…

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Mythical Mini Donuts brings sugary splendor to…
A George Fox student's two passions combine in a food stand dishing out doughnuts

Rice Museum names new executive director

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Rice Museum names new executive director
Garret Romaine stepped into the 'interim' job a year and a half ago. He'll be succeeded by Aurore Giguet.

Theatre in the Grove, Vault Theater get federal…

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Theatre in the Grove, Vault Theater get federal…
Federal money is intended to help large and small organizations survive pandemic shutdown.

Tualatin cowboy poet Tom Swearingen writes first…

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Tualatin cowboy poet Tom Swearingen writes first…
The 106-page book titled, 'Reflection,' is a collection of 46 poems by Swearingen.

Portland's Rose City Rollers focus on safety as…

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Portland's Rose City Rollers focus on safety as…
The organization is focused on safety first as program plans for resuming skating at The Hangar at Oaks Park.

Ovation Coffee & Tea brings a taste of Morocco to…

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Ovation Coffee & Tea brings a taste of Morocco to…
The third location opened at the Mary's Woods retirement community last month.

Beaverton teens build platform for youth artists

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Beaverton teens build platform for youth artists
Youth Artists Unite is helping young artists whose performances have been canceled by COVID-19.

A silent retirement: OBT's Capizzi marks end of…

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A silent retirement: OBT's Capizzi marks end of…
The principal dancer joined Oregon Ballet Theatre in 2003 and ended her tenure earlier this year.

Portland graphic novelist Greg Rucka's movie debuts…

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Portland graphic novelist Greg Rucka's movie debuts…
'The Old Guard' by Rucka is about immortal soldiers and includes famous faces like Charlize Theron.

Beaverton 2D4D changes annual chalk art festival,…

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Beaverton 2D4D changes annual chalk art festival,…
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the nonprofit had to re-imagine the annual La Strada dei Pastelli Chalk Art Festival.

Imagine Possibilities receives $10,000 grant from…

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Imagine Possibilities receives $10,000 grant from…
The center, which is located in Aloha, was one of 23 winners from more than 400 that applied for the grant.

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