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Medical teaching clinic finds natural fit in Beaverton

Medical teaching clinic finds natural fit in Beaverton

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Heart of a Lion

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OES research shows teens are adept at multitasking

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Edgewood Downs residents knit caps for newborns

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October 17, 2014

Urban vote key to GMO campaign

by Mateusz Perkowski
Opponents see a tough time in some areas, but could win The fate of Oregon’s genetically modified organism labeling initiative will hinge on whether heavy spending by opponents can overcome the…
October 17, 2014

Forum explores GMO labeling issue

by Pamplin Media Group
Newspaper groups, campaign reps focus on public's questions Is Ballot Measure 92 a straightforward proposal that gives consumers basic information they need about genetically modified organisms,…
October 16, 2014

Washington County news briefs

by Kendra Hogue
Mortell is new county public health manager Patricia Mortell has joined the Washington County Department of Health and Human Services as its public health division manager. Mortell replaces…
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October 16, 2014

Convicted murderer Conrad Engweiler released from prison

by Saundra Sorenson
Former Lake Oswego resident Conrad Engweiler, who has served 24 years for the aggravated murder of a classmate in 1990, was released from prison and into lifelong parole Thursday. Engweiler, who…
October 16, 2014

Trust government? Fuhgeddaboudit

by Peter Wong
New poll reveals most voters are dissatisfied as crucial election nears Oregonians, like other Americans, do not trust their government even as they prepare to elect new officials Nov. 4. By a…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Dr. Jon Buchanan is a key physician in the new Concussion Program in Legacy Healths Sports Medicine and Orthopedics division.
October 16, 2014

Getting ahead of the game

by Shannon O. Wells
Legacy's new concussion program provides range of services for student-athletes When it comes to appropriate treatment for sports-related concussions, teenage and young adult patients — whose…
October 16, 2014

Library hosts Beaverton Voters' Forum on Monday

by Beaverton Valley Times
Candidates for state office and representatives of ballot measures will participate The Beaverton Committee for Community Involvement will host a Voters’ Forum on Monday from 6:15 to 9 p.m. in…
October 15, 2014

City Council grapples with pot taxation

by Shannon O. Wells
Beaverton moves toward tax on recreational marijuana A spirited City Council discussion on the impending presence of medical marijuana dispensaries and the possibility of recreational pot sales…
October 15, 2014

Murrayhill tree planting seeks more volunteers

by Kendra Hogue
Tree for All, which recently launched an effort to plant 1 million trees along the Tualatin River and its tributaries, plans a tree planting in Beaverton on Saturday in the Murrayhill community.…
October 15, 2014

Learn how to prepare for natural disasters at expo

by Beaverton Valley Times
The Beaverton School District and Mountain View Middle School will host Washington County’s inaugural resilience fair and preparedness exposition on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Called…

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Oct 15, 2014

Cooper Mountain neighbors unite over 175th concerns

by Kendra Hogue
Public can learn more about road issues at Oct. 23 meeting Fran Warren, an Intel retiree who lives on a three-acre lot on Cooper Mountain in Beaverton, didn’t like what she saw when…
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Oct 14, 2014

Merkley focuses work on economy

by Peter Wong
Senate re-election bid pushes for funds to fix roads, bridges Democrat Jeff Merkley says he will continue to pursue economic issues — and prod the U.S. Senate to act on them — if he is elected…
Photo Credit: WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - Nathan Tyler Corzine, 22, of Beaverton, was recently indicted on various sex-crimes charges involving five juvenile victims.
Oct 14, 2014

Beaverton man indicted for sex crimes involving juveniles

by Beaverton Valley Times
Police seeking possible victims after Corzine indictment on five counts Following the indictment of a Beaverton man on sex-crime charges related to five juvenile victims, Beaverton police are…
Photo Credit: CONTRIBUTED GRAPHIC: CITY OF BEAVERTON - A $300,000 metro regional government grant will help facilitate construction of Lombard Plaza, a five-story, mixed use complex at Southwest First Street and Lombard Avenue in Old Town Beaverton. Construction could begin this fall on the project.
Oct 10, 2014

Metro awards $300,000 to First and Lombard project

by Beaverton Valley Times
Complex to include workforce housing, commercial space A Metro regional government financial award will help move a five-story mixed-use development on city-owned land at Southwest First Street…
Oct 10, 2014

Cornelius woman arrested after vehicle injures pedestrian

by Beaverton Valley Times
Verbal altercation preceded hit-and-run on Allen Boulevard An eyewitness report led to the arrest of a Cornelius woman in a hit-and-run incident Thursday night that injured a 39-year-old female…
Oct 10, 2014

Beaverton Education Foundation Phone-a-thon returns for 16th year

by Caitlin Feldman
Hundreds of student volunteers place calls for school programs Over the last decade and a half you may have received a call from excited Beaverton School District students asking for donations.…
Oct 09, 2014

Washington County tries to balance districts

by Kendra Hogue
Charter change would spread population growth among commission positions Leave it to Washington County Commissioner Roy Rogers, a former accountant, to zero in on the unequal number of residents…
Photo Credit: TRIBUNE PHOTO: KENDRA HOGUE - After receiving Spanish-language housing counseling from the Portland Housing Center, the Flores family moved to a brand-new, four-bedroom home in Beaverton eight months ago. From left, David, Martha and David Benjamin Flores, 14.
Oct 09, 2014

Housing Center extends Hispanic outreach westward

by Kendra Hogue
Program opens doors to home ownership for local families On Southwest Griffith Drive in Beaverton, Humberto Carlos is directing subcontractor traffic at Portland Housing Center West, the first…
Oct 09, 2014

It's a three-way race in Senate District 15

by Doug Burkhardt
As part of our ongoing election coverage, we asked the three candidates in the Senate District 15 race to respond to several questions covering a variety of issues. The three — incumbent state…
Photo Credit: TIMES FILE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Michael Perry throws a ball to his two dogs Sally and Mya at Paul and Verna Winkelman Park near Cooper Mountain. The Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District and Metro plan to purchase a parcel of land to expand the park.
Oct 09, 2014

Park district, Metro join forces to expand Winkelman Park

by Shannon O. Wells
Parcel could lead to link with Cooper Mountain Nature Park A new agreement between Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District and Metro to purchase a parcel of land next to Paul and Verna…



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