Tigard-area woman dies in early morning fire

The Times - News
The 69-year-old woman lived in a duplex in the 9000 block of 91st Ave, her brother survived.

Police logs

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The following reports were received by police in Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin.

Bonamici Town Hall: Working on immigration, health care and…

The Times - News
The U.S. representative talks to a crowd of about 80 area residents in the auditorium at Tualatin High School

Tualatin Scouts host information night

The Times - News
Tualatin Boy Scout Troop 35 is hosting an information night at Living Savior Luthern Church on Sept. 25.

Shuck It: First responders gobble raw oysters for charity

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

Measure 105 opponents launch statewide campaign

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Initiative would repeal 1987 law barring state and local police agencies from assisting in federal immigration enforcement; foes argue that repeal…

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.

Official says WashCo would receive $184.3 million if…

The Times - News
That money could be used to construct up to 1,600 units in the county, part of a bond that goes to voters in November.

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.

Police logs

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The following incidents were reported to police in Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin.

Two dancers head to East Coast programs

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Both of the talented youths from this area have performed with The Portland Ballet.

Event celebrates Virginia Garcia clinic

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

'Chat with the Chief' set at Symposium

The Times - News
Tigard Police Chief Kathy McAlpine will chat with the community on the evening of Sept. 19 at Symposium Coffee

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.

Stafford Family Fest a chance to build community

Lake Oswego Review - News
Second-annual gathering returns to Fiala Farms on Saturday with food, games and more

Police, firefighters compete in oyster-eating contest for…

The Times - News
Beaverton and Lake Oswego police, along with TVF&R firefighters, will compete in the Saturday event in Tualatin.

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.

Bonamici to host town hall at Tualatin High

The Times - News
Bonamici will take questions from residents and provide an update about her current work in Congress.

City plans to move forward with plaza but has questions

The Times - News
Town Center Development Agency Board wants to eventually build a large plaza but worries about maintenance costs.

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

Police Logs

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The following reports were taken by police in Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin

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 plan

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.

Cook Park site for walk/run for two rare disorders

The Times - News
A fundraising walk and run is set for picnic shelter No. 4 at Cook Park on Sept. 9 to bring attention to GBS/CIDP

Beaverton police logs

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The following calls were reported by police in Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin.

Beaverton, King City: Housing and expansion plans are a go

Beaverton Valley Times - News
A Metro executive paved the way for both plans, along with those of Hillsboro and Wilsonville; the Metro elected council takes up the issue on…

Just Compassion Resource Center designed to aid homeless in…

The Times - News
The new center opened in May, designed as a day shelter that could also become a severe weather shelter as well.

Quiet Sherwood race expected: One candidate for mayor,…

The Times - News
The race is set for November, the first uncontested races in years for the community

Two run for Tualatin mayor, four for open council seats

The Times - News
Mayor Lou Odgen can't run again because of term limit restrictions in the Nov. 6 election

Progressives rally in Sherwood

The Times - News
Group represents wide array of political issues, including opposition to President Trump's Supreme Court nominee.

Metro exec gives green light to Beaverton, King…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
They, along with Hillsboro and Wilsonville, hope to expand and create more housing.

Southwest Corridor MAX route recommended

The Times - News
The next light rail line proposed for the region is currently estimated at $2.64 billion to $2.86 billion, with half the money expected to come from…

Police logs

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The following reports were given to police in Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin.

Latest measles patient visited Multnomah Village…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
It's the latest Oregon case of the illness diagnosed in the region since early July.

Tigard mayor receives leadership award

The Times - News
Tigard Mayor John Cook was given the Oregon Mayors Association's Leadership Award on July 28 in Florence.

Bond sale means fast-track for some Tualatin road…

The Times - News
Last spring, Tualatin voters approved the sale of $20 million in bonds to fund transportation improvements.

Six file for two seats on Tigard City Council

The Times - News
Deadline to file for the seats was Monday with an election set for November; top two vote-getters win seats.

Sherwood man missing, possibly without necessary…

Sherwood Gazette - News
If you have information on the whereabouts of Scott Roth, 58, contact the SPD.

Red in the morning....

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Area residents might be seeing the last of the reddish sunrises and sunsets, plus smoggy daytime skies, caused by smoke from wildfires.

Garbage pick-up not affected by Labor Day

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Waste Management says it will be business as usual for its trucks, transfer station, landfill and waste-recovery facility.

Stabbing investigated between Tigard, Beaverton

The Times - News
According to police, a three-person confrontation ended with one man stabbed and hospitalized.

Crisis and Care

The Times - News
Tigard-based teams help Rohingyas despite monsoons in Bangladesh. Go to MedicalTeams.org to volunteer or to donate.

Our editorial: It's time to stop false attacks on…

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Newspapers across the nation, including The Times, take an opportunity to push back against the 'fake news' nonsense.

Southwest Corridor MAX route recommended

Portland Tribune - News
The next light rail line proposed for the region is currently estimated at $2.64 billion to $2.86 billion, with half the money expected to come from…

Police logs

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The following reports were given to police in Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin.

Red-White Scrimmage postponed to Saturday

The Times - News
Sherwood High School's annual football scrimmage and fundraiser has been postponed due to air quality concerns.

Tigard council to wait until next year to make…

The Times - News
The council agreed Monday night to wait to fill seat to be vacated by Jason Snider, who is running for mayor.

Red sky at morning means more smoky haze for…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Smoke from Northwest wildfires hangs around the metro area as wildfires continue to burn in Southern and Central Oregon.

Hit Machine slate for Tigard Concert in the Park…

The Times - News
The popular band plays Cook Park on Wednesday as part of the Concert in the Park series, which is in its second year.

Tigard High: $62 million construction, remodel…

The Times - News
Two separate stacks of 2-story classrooms (one built to the north, the other to the south of the school) are planned

Fiesta en el Parque makes its debut Aug. 19

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Parks District's newest celebration will include food, music, more at Evelyn M. Schiffler Memorial Park.

Police logs

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The following reports were given to police in Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin

Law enforcement leaders back sanctuary law

Beaverton Valley Times - Opinion
Washington County Sheriff and District Attorney both oppose Measure 105 on November ballot.

National Night Out

Beaverton Valley Times - News
National Night Out was celebrated throughout Washington County on Tuesday, and The Times sent journalists to several events.

Senior community expands in Old Town

Sherwood Gazette - News
The Springs Living at Sherwood will add 120,000 square feet and 80 new full-time equivalent jobs.

Tualatin residents observe National Night Out

The Times - News
The evening included appearances from Tualatin's police chief, officers, firefighters and McGruff the Crime Dog

The heat hangs around

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Another in a series of heat waves is anticipated for this week and next throughout Washington County and the rest of the metro area.

Stage set for renewed debate on westside bypass

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Planning commission, on 4-3 vote, includes study requirement in updated transportation plan recommended to Washington County commissioners.

Crawfish Festival draws hundreds to Community Park

The Times - News
A medical doctor wins the annual crawfish eating contest, consuming three pounds of the red crustaceans

Beaverton Chamber opposes Metro affordable housing…

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Washington County-based business organization supports state ballot measure intended to ease restrictions on funding such projects.

PCC hosts health care job fair

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Event set for Thursday, Aug. 9, at Portland Community College's Willow Creek Center in Beaaverton.

Final Basalt Creek decision nears for industrial…

The Times - News
The city reaffirmed recently it's not in love with the plan to place industrial land where they want residential.

Put on your lobster bib - Tualatin Crawfish…

The Times - News
The annual event is set from Friday through Sunday at Tualatin Community Park.

Westside bypass is on commission agenda

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Planning Commission chairman wants to add language promoting its discussion in proposed update of transportation system plan; vice chairman says it…

Police logs

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The following incidents were reported to police in Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin.

Lending a line at Laurel Ridge

Sherwood Gazette - News
Laurel Ridge teacher Travis Simpson gives families free access to fishing supplies.

Is GOP candidate for governor living in Tualatin?

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Update: Deschutes County Clerk satisfied Buehler lives in Bend; can still represent his district in the Legislature.

Dems name candidate for HD26 race

The Times - News
Courtney Neron will face off against Hillsboro area legislator Rich Vial for the seat in November.

King City man paying it forward

Regal Courier - News
King City resident, Comcast employee Randall Rene was named Oregon's Big Brother of the Year.

Girl Scout hosts ivy pull in Tigard on Aug. 4

Sherwood Gazette - News
Rachel Guthrie, a local Girl Scout Gold Award Candidate, will host an environmental cleanup at Dirksen Nature Park this weekend.

Man pleads guilty in death of 2-year-old child

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon City man Taylor Kraig gets 10 years in prison for death of Zackariah Daugherty in Portland.

Henderson is fourth candidate to file for Tigard…

The Times - News
Marland Henderson jumps into race that includes himself, Linda Monahan, Jason Snider and Marc Woodard.

Tolling initiative refiled as IP 10

Portland Tribune - News
Chief petitioners added clarification to an initiative that would require voter approval for tolling existing roadway lanes and bridges and added…

Rooftop blaze forces evacuation of Washington…

The Times - News
A fire in the food court 'grease vent' was extinguished sometime after 4 p.m. on Saturday, July 28.

'Big Fair Fun' returns to 2018 Washington County…

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
The Washington County Fair is back in Hillsboro this Thursday through Sunday.

Sherwood brush fire quickly extinguished Friday

The Times - News
The fire burned brush on Dahlke Lane, which is near Tualatin-Sherwood Road and Oregon Street on Friday.

Fire displaces two 76th Avenue residents Friday

The Times - News
One condo unit sustains significant fire, water and smoke damage, while an adjacent one is still habitable.

Hillsboro's Street of Dreams opens Saturday

Beaverton Valley Times - Features
Monthlong open houses showcase the latest and greatest from local area builders.

Oregon wildfires have cost state $25.3 million so…

Portland Tribune - News
The federal government will reimburse the state for some of that cost, but it can take years for the reimbursements to come through.

Curtis Tigard, whose grandfather was city's…

The Times - News
Friends and acquaintances remember a life well live for a man who still drove a car until giving it up only recently.

New Tualatin parks director hits the ground running

The Times - News
Ross Hoover, who came from Issaquah, is coordinating the parks department's master plan, seeking community input.

Armed standoff near Sherwood ends without violence

Sherwood Gazette - News
Sheriff's deputies attempted to arrest a woman on charges of drunken driving; her armed husband refused to allow it.

Police logs

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The following incidents were reported by police in Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin.

Newspaper nets statewide honors

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The Times newspapers take home top honors including 'General Excellence,' ranking it among the best newspapers in the state.

Pressure on state to expand road tolling

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon transportation officials are urged to impose tolls on other highways besides I-5, I-205.

Sources: Duyck bucks trend, opposes affordable…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, many other local elected officials have already lined up behind Metro's bond and Max Wall's biggest supporters are finally revealed.

Pedestrian in wheelchair killed crossing Pacific…

The Times - News
A 32-year-old man was struck and killed early Wednesday morning when he tried to cross Pacific Highway.

High court, local impact

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Last-minute rulings from the U.S. Supreme Court on reproductive rights, the president's travel ban and union dues all affected people in Washington…

A WEEKEND IN SHERWOOD FOREST

Sherwood Gazette - News
The 65-year tradition of the Robin Hood Festival continues, enjoyed by residents and newcomers.

Still time to sign up in Tigard for National Night…

The Times - News
Tigard will join communities throughout the nation in observation of National Night Out, set for Tuesday, Aug. 7.

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