Leaders turn to prayers, solidarity after New Zealand…

Portland Tribune - News
'We aren't going to allow anyone to continue to target us out of hatred, out of bigotry, out of every phobia that you can think of.'

Tributes pour in for Norma Paulus

Portland Tribune - News
She was the first woman to win state constitutional office as secretary of state, also state schools superintendent.

Something to cheer about

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Competitors from several area high schools particiated in the 2019 OSAA Cheerleading State Championships. See a slide show of images from the event.

Curtain rises on behalf of ailing actor

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Friends will stage a play written by local actor Michael Allen as he listens from hospital bed.

TriMet mulls elevated light rail in Tigard, saving Village…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Last Thursday, TriMet officials released proposals to relieve congestion along Upper Boones Ferry Road

School committee's plan looks to transform K-12 education

Beaverton Valley Times - News
State tries to avoid one-size-fits-all improvement proposals by tailoring plans to districts' needs

Measles exposure locations identified

Portland Tribune - News
Public Health officials in Clark County, Wash., include potential locations including Portland International Airport, venues in Portland.

Five dead in domestic violence incident in Clackamas County

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Suspect and deceased victims in 'horrific' incident are identified, two injured victims are hospitalized.

Project will mean closures on Beef Bend Road

Regal Courier - News
Motorists should expect delays during the work, which will run Feb. 4 though March 5.

Ross Island Sand & Gravel closes concrete division

Beaverton Valley Times - News
A long-term business decision for Ross Island Sand & Gravel was announced Jan. 15 at a meeting of the Teamsters Local 162.

U.S Census needs you -- for American Housing Survey

Clackamas Review - News
90 locals in tricounty Metro area to be hired to help develop key funding statistics

Andy Duyck ends 24 years on Washington County board

Beaverton Valley Times - News
'It's difficult to walk away ... but I am excited about my future life,' outgoing board chairman says after unplanned political career.

District to collect unwanted pesticides

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Sign up by Friday for the collection, which takes place Saturday, Feb. 2, in Cornelius.

Legislature: Baby on Board

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Oregon could become first state with universal home visits for families of all babies.

Three take seats on Washington County board

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Each acknowledges challenges of population growth and diversity in the biggest turnover of seats in 24 years in Oregon's second most populous county.

Report: Legislative leaders failed to curb harassment

Beaverton Valley Times - News
UPDATE: Detailed report points to an atmosphere of fear that cast a pall over lawmakers and legislative staff.

Welcome the 2019 'class' of the Oregon Legislature

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The newspaper offers a wide array of stories as the next session gets ready to be gaveled-in, later this month.

Beer, wine 'sin taxes' won't be part of state budget brew

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Craft beer and fine wine are big business in Oregon, and they could avoid new taxes.

Governor sees big pay-off in bigger education bucks

Beaverton Valley Times - News
K-12 students, teachers are winners in Brown's ambitious proposed two-year budget.

Sherwood resident at center of health care battles

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Patrick Allen of Sherwood runs the Oregon Health Authority; he's expecting a hectic legislative session.

Salem prepares for Year of the Woman 2.0

Beaverton Valley Times - News
More than three dozen female lawmakers will take their places at the table as Oregon's 2019 session begins in January.

Who's who as Legislature reconvenes

Beaverton Valley Times - News
We take a look at the players, the leaders, the agenda and the challenges as the 2019 Legislature gets set.

Invasive pests may be lurking in your Christmas tree

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon Department of Forestry: Don't throw old trees in yards or forests where elongate hemlock scale could hatch

Hispanic candidates surging for elective offices

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Juan Carlos Gonzalez's election to Metro another step in a journey as new generation pushes to the forefront.

Washington County Sheriff's Office civilian employee…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The investigation stretches from Washington County to Idaho, to the United Kingdom.

New TVF&R chief rises through ranks

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Deric Weiss to replace Mike Duyck at the fire district; Duyck retires in June from the position.

New Year's resolutions: MAX route is a go; Beaverton and…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Metro, the regional government, OKs a train route for Tigard, Tualatin, while four cities will grow westward for more housing.

Jury convicts former Tigard resident for defrauding…

The Times - News
Harry Proudfoot faces decades in prison for fraud, money laundering regarding faux gold mine.

Former bus driver gets 25 years for child sexual abuse

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Kenneth Garcia of Aloha formerly drove bus for schools within the Tigard-Tualatin School District.

Community colleges balk at governor's budgets

Beaverton Valley Times - News
An 'investment budget' would hold the line for community colleges, they say, while Brown's 'base budget' would cut funding.

HOUSING FUNDS ON THE HORIZON

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Portland likely to get lion's share of Metro cash for affordable units because it will easily contribute the largest amount.

Sacred space

The Times - News
Meridian Park rededicates its labyrinth, patterned on one at Chartres Cathedral in France.

Will Portland-area freeways be tolled?

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Oregon Transportation Commission is expected to ask the Federal Highway Administration for permission to toll parts of I-5 and I-205 at its Dec. 6…

Lily, beloved elephant, dies

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Oregon Zoo officials believe the young elephant developed a fast-acting virus on Thursday and died Friday.

Portland Diamond Project picks Terminal 2 for ballpark

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Group signs agreement in principal with Port of Portland for 45-acre site along Northwest Front Avenue.

Crews battle house fire west of Sherwood

Sherwood Gazette - News
The Wednesday, Nov. 28, blaze left one Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue firefighter with minor injuries.

Luis Palau gets some good news, steps out for night of…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Beaverton-area evangelist says his stage-4 lung cancer has stabilized for now.

Brown's budget focus: Schools, schools, schools

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Proposal puts more money into classrooms, more troopers on the road and shifts climate issues to new agency.

State trooper shot on Christmas 2016 files $30 million…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Nic Cederberg was shot by James Tylka after a chase through Washington County.

Pamplin ordered to pay $55,000 in dispute with radio hosts…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Oregon's Bureau of Labor and Industries announced Tuesday its determination that Pamplin Media Group should have classified Margie Boulé and Carl…

Wyden slates town hall in Tualatin

The Times - News
Oregon's senior senator hits every county in the state annually for question-and-answer sessions.

Military-family fundraiser continues

Portland Tribune - News
KPAM 860 AM radio will raise money to benefit military families from Mov. 26 to 30.

Secretary of state quiet about battle with…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
During the summer, Dennis Richardson told officials that he decided to forego standard treatment

In the line of fire

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Crews from Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue helped battle the deadly wildifres in California.

Enforcement of concussion rules sometimes spotty in…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Private programs, camps and clinics present gray areas for Oregon's legislation designed to protect students.

County takes key role in Legislature

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Six of nine Senate leaders chosen for the 2019 legislative session serve in Washington County.

Deputies investigate dead, injured cats near King…

The Times - News
The incidents may be connected and the Washington County Sheriff's Office asks people with information to call.

Man shot, killed in Tigard

The Times - News
Police say Jose Luis Gonzalez Jr. was shot attempting to enter a home on Southwest Sage Terrace on Wednesday.

Smog alert lifted for Washington County

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Due to atmospheric conditions., an air-quality alert went from 'yellow' to 'red' and back to 'yellow' as of noon Thursday.

Sherwood-area man charged with animal neglect

Sherwood Gazette - News
Dog-fighting paraphernalia is found on the property; goats and donkeys also were rescued.

Tigard council approves Southwest Corridor light…

The Times - News
Despite some concerns, the council approves two measures that support the Southwest Corridor's preferred alternative route.

Brown likely to remain governor

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Tuesday results show the incumbent in a wide lead over Republican Rep. Knute Buehler.

Prospects good for regional affordable housing bond

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Early returns show voters supporting the $653 million measure for affordable housing.

Measures going down to defeat

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Oregon likely to maintain its 'sanctuary' status with predicted defeat of Measure 105.

Portland gives nod to MAX route

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Proposed light rail line would connect Portland, Tigard and Tualatin; construction could start in 2022.

Harrington celebrates victory, heads to work as new…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Metro councilor's big lead against Commissioner Bob Terry in race to succeed Andy Duyck held steady throughout election night.

Traffic altered around election office

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Traffic will be heavy Tuesday near the Beaverton site; voters are encouraged to use ballot drop-off sites instead.

Local police chiefs share thoughts on the homeless…

The Times - News
Four police chiefs and a captain gathered in Tigard Thursday to discuss how they deal with those who are homeless.

Election day finally arrives

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The Times will begin posting election results shortly after the polls close at 8 p.m. and will update results later tonight and into Wednesday. Many…

Deputies seek missing woman from King City area

The Times - News
Roxanne Slayton may have been missing since September and may not have access to medications.

Missing King City man has been found

The Times - News
The 60-year-old man, John Jackson, walked away from an adult care facility shortly before noon Wednesday.

Police chiefs to address homeless issues as part of…

The Times - News
The gathering of chiefs is set for Thursday morning at Symposium Coffee, 12345 S.W Main St., in Tigard

$8.5 million Megabucks jackpot claimed by Tigard…

The Times - News
Tina McClendon opted to take the bulk sum payment, which came out to $2.89 million.

PCC to buy property in Scappoose

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The facility will house a training center, part of the regional Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center.

Property tax statements are in the mail

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Most owners will see increases of 5 percent or less; voters in some communities have approved bonds or renewed local-option levies.

Beaverton Kmart, Washington Square Mall Sears will…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
They are among 142 stores nationwide affected by the Oct. 15 Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing by parent company Sears Holdings.

Bonamici launches campaign for housing measures,…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Beaverton, Hillsboro officials join volunteer canvassers at gathering at Beaverton Wellness Center of Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Clinic

Jennie Willoughby to keynote local Domestic…

Clackamas Review - News
Story of abuse at the hands of former White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter gained national media attention in February

Measure 105 stirs debate in Washington County

Beaverton Valley Times - News
District attorney, sheriff say repeal of 1987 law would complicate efforts to fight crime and ensure public safety, contrary to what repeal…

SKATING ALLOWED

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Sherwood is approved for a skate park grant; construction to start next year.

Two decades of 'impacting people's lives'

Sherwood Gazette - News
YMCA celebrates 150 years in the great Portland area, and 20 years in Sherwood.

Metro Council moves ahead with expansion

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Final vote planned Dec. 13 on requests by Beaverton, Hillsboro, King City and Wilsonville to provide more land for housing.

No 'Ordinary' musical at Tigard's Broadway Rose

Sherwood Gazette - News
A Broadway Rose actress talks about the unconventional musical 'Ordinary Days.'

BROWN: VISION AS 'CONSENSUS BUILDER'

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Incumbent governor helped forge huge transportation bill, passed gun-safety rules.

BUEHLER: REJECTING 'PARTISAN LABELS'

Beaverton Valley Times - News
GOP moderate from Bend is in his second term in the Oregon House of Representatives.

Economic Alliance hosts debate for county chair

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Kathryn Harrington, Bob Terry to address questions at Tualatin event on Thursday.

'Back to tradition' for Sherwood's 125th

Sherwood Gazette - News
The city marked a major milestone with a festive farm-to-table dinner at the Center for the Arts.

Unicorn with a cue

Sherwood Gazette - News
Sherwood resident Hope Elizabeth Jensen takes top spot in Vegas pool competition.

Shuck It: First responders gobble raw oysters for…

The Times - News
Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue takes first in competition with Lake Oswego, Beaverton police.

Area voters will soon face candidates, measures

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Ballots will reach mailboxes in late October; Tigard and Tualatin voters have the most choices to make.

PCC takes critical look at space through racial lens

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The Sylvania Campus project asked participants to take a critical new study of resources.

District seeks to re-up its operating levy

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Tigard-Tualatin will ask voters in November to support a levy they said yes to in four previous elections.

Event celebrates Virginia Garcia clinic

Beaverton Valley Times - News
¡Prospera! acknowledges the opening of the new, much-larger health-care facility in Beaverton.

Circuit court blocks some homeless camping laws

Beaverton Valley Times - News
It's unknown if local cities' ordinances will need revision; ACLU doubts they will pass legal muster.

King City Expo back, with new name

Regal Courier - News
The annual senior services convention will be held at nearby Calvin Presbyterian Church.

Vial holds town hall before Nov. election

Regal Courier - News
Rep. Rich Vial covered housing, transportation, education and health care at a King City event.

First-responder trainer charged with sexual abuse

Sherwood Gazette - News
Sheriff's investigators say the incident occured in May at a Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue facility near Sherwood.

A new 'Casa' on Pacific Highway

Sherwood Gazette - News
Popular Portland Mexican spot opens second location in old Nacho Mama's building.

Tualatin police find missing woman

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Officers found Tualatin resident Cheryl Anne Loop who went walking Wednesday but was found safe on Friday

Diesel: Returning home

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Diesel had lived with a family before joining the Portland Mounted Patrol Unit ; now he's back home.

Olin: Building Bonds, healing others

Beaverton Valley Times - News
No longer on patrol, now he works at Forward Stride in Beaverton, which uses therapies in which clients interacting with horses.

Zeus: Familiar faces

Beaverton Valley Times - News
He's back home, the historic Lake Oswego Hunt Club, where the mounted patrol horses were stationed previously.

Major: Pieces of the legacy

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Not on patrol with the police, today he's pampered with baths, conditioned hoofs and full-body grooming.

Trainer Jennifer Mack

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The former trainer of the Mounted Patrol horses got to each one arrive ... and then leave.

History of the mounted patrol unit

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Portland's history with the Mounted Patrol includes the group being disbanded more than once.

Beaverton, King City get tentative 'yes' for growth…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Metro leaders applaud proposal by those cities, as well as Hillsboro, Wilsonville.

The last round-up

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Portland's Mounted Patrol Unit is no more, but the horses have found new homes and new roles,post retirement.

Campaigns kick off at annual Labor Day picnic

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Several Washington County candidates, incumbents spent Monday celebrating at Oaks Park in Portland.

Disaster preparedness event slated for Tigard

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Washington County's annual Quake Up! offers tips on how to prepare, respond to crisis events

Wyden fears foreign election meddling in November

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Senator speaks in Tigard on Friday and also touts bills for first-time homebuyers, renters.

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