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Sports

Jan. 17 high school basketball scores are here

Jan. 17 high school basketball scores are here

January 23, 2020 Lake Oswego Review - Sports Miles Vance
Check out all the big scores and results from Jan. 17 play of the high school season
West Linn boys skiers fourth in Three Rivers League slalom

West Linn boys skiers fourth in Three Rivers League slalom

January 21, 2020 West Linn Tidings - Sports Miles Vance
The Lion girls team places sixth in the competition at Mt. Hood Meadows' Stadium run

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Community

Hosting foreign exchange students expands your life, too

Hosting foreign exchange students expands your life, too

January 23, 2020 Lake Oswego Review - My Community Mary Jean Rivera
Want to add culture to your life? Invite foreign exchange students to live with you. Several programs are available.
Thoughts  on writing  a last letter

Thoughts on writing a last letter

January 23, 2020 Lake Oswego Review - My Community Jo Ann Parsons
Do you have a bucket list of things you wish to accomplish in your life? You might want to add writing a Last Letter.

Education

Should women be drafted?

Should women be drafted?

January 17, 2020 West Linn Tidings - Education Reem Alharithi
If allowed longer and varied training, women could perform to the same rates as male recruits with lower chances of injury
How media trends take shape and morph over time

How media trends take shape and morph over time

January 16, 2020 West Linn Tidings - Education Asia Alvarez Zeller
Student Writers Advisory Group explores what's changed in the media this past decade and how it affects society
  • Education news in brief

    Education news in brief

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    There's still time to sign up for Wilsonville High Grad Party of Trail Blazers Night
  • SLIDESHOW: 2019 West Linn High School's Dance with the Debs

    SLIDESHOW: 2019 West Linn High School's Dance with the Debs

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    Future West Linn High School Debutantes kick, twirl and spin with the varsity during a full day workshop held Saturday, December 14, 2019
  • Girls just wanna have fun (building robots)

    Girls just wanna have fun (building robots)

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    Lake Oswego Rivergrove elementary rookie robotics team places fourth, qualifies for state
  • Buying back our childhood brings comfort

    Buying back our childhood brings comfort

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    Every day we are seeing the stars we grew up with entering the real world and all it is is a reminder that it's about to be our turn
  • Dance with the Debs

    Dance with the Debs

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    Annual fundraising dance camp held Saturday, Decemeber 14 at West Linn High School
  • Thoughts on Activism

    Thoughts on Activism

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    Student Writers' Advisory Group explores activism in the age of social media and globalization
  • 'Happy holidays' is not anti-Christmas

    'Happy holidays' is not anti-Christmas

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    Creating a 'holiday cup' instead of a 'Christmas cup' doesn't mean the cups are anti-Christmas - it means pro-inclusion
  • Passing on knowledge

    Passing on knowledge

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    Local high school students works with elementary school kids during robotics camp at West Linn High
  • Athey Idol is back

    Athey Idol is back

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    Middle schoolers take to the stage for fundraising event to benefit music program
  • Capturing a moment in history

    Capturing a moment in history

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    High School journalism students host StoryCorps, recording life of ordinary people
  • Finding common ground at Thanksgiving dinner

    Finding common ground at Thanksgiving dinner

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    The first step toward understanding and civil discussion is being willing to accept that we reside in the gray area
  • Welcome, Officer McCluskey

    Welcome, Officer McCluskey

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    Wilsonville's new student resource officer makes rounds, extends a hand to families
  • Entering the digital age

    Entering the digital age

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    Trillium Creek Parent Teacher Association hosts internet safety event for families
  • Education news in brief

    Education news in brief

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    Food drive organized for the needy at local school, save a life and donate blood
  • Give up screen time, get your life back

    Give up screen time, get your life back

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    I spent a lot of lunches that week staring blankly at a wall while my friends stared at their phones. I spent a lot of bus rides staring…
  • New data shows declining enrollment

    New data shows declining enrollment

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    Despite fewer students in school district, capital bond plans for anticipated growth
  • Translating passion into  progress

    Translating passion into progress

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    Kite performer, West Linn freshman Dylan Nguyen improves award-winning STEM project
  • Can we really be good people anymore?

    Can we really be good people anymore?

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    Obviously, we can't fret over every little decision that we make, but we can be conscious of the direct ones that have bigger social…
  • Pertussis cases on rise

    Pertussis cases on rise

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    County health officials see twice as many with whooping cough this year than they did in 2018
  • Learning to take the shots

    Learning to take the shots

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    My failures become a chance to try again. I will be taking my shots until the day I die. 
  • Teaching charity

    Teaching charity

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    West Linn High School marks its centennial with enchanced Canned Food Drive open to the community
  • Education news in brief

    Education news in brief

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    Cybersecurity program takes off , with bachelor programs now available at Oregon Tech
  • New cohort of SWAG writers introduce one another

    New cohort of SWAG writers introduce one another

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    The Student Writers Advisory Group has some new faces for the 2019-2020 school year.
  • Make a wish, count to three

    Make a wish, count to three

    West Linn Tidings - Education
    Middle schoolers try out for musical production of 'Willy Wonka' to debut in spring 2020

Entertainment

Meet the leader of the band

Meet the leader of the band

January 23, 2020 Lake Oswego Review - Entertainment Barb Randall
David Becker carries the baton for Lake Oswego Millennium Concert Band. Mark March 1 for the next free concert.
Things to do

Things to do

January 23, 2020 Lake Oswego Review - Entertainment the Review, Tidings
Check out this list of entertainment options for something fun to do this weekend.

Wheels

General Motors develops improved trailer brake technology

General Motors develops improved trailer brake technology

January 21, 2020 Jeff Zurschmeide
Improved eBoost system heading to the marketplace can shorten trailer braking by up to 40 feet from 60 miles per hour
2020 Honda CR-V to he given away at Portland International Auto Show

2020 Honda CR-V to he given away at Portland International Auto Show

January 21, 2020 Jim Redden
Drawings will be held every day of the show to select the finalists who have a chance to win the popular crossover

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