Portland attorney pours heart into brew-pub project

Portland attorney pours heart into brew-pub project

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A load off his shoulders

A load off his shoulders

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Southridge Community Plaza takes shape

Southridge Community Plaza takes shape

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Softball player lifts team to third gold medal

Softball player lifts team to third gold medal

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Taking the stage

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by: STATE OF OREGON - Oregon Gov. Vic Atiyeh
July 21, 2014

Former Gov. Atiyeh dies at 91

by Peter Wong
Led Oregon out of 1980s recession. Tributes are being paid to Vic Atiyeh, the governor who led Oregon out of the 1982 recession and laid the economic foundations for international trade and high…
July 21, 2014

South Cooper Mountain draft plan to be reviewed at open house

by Beaverton Valley Times
Public invited to event at Scholls Heights school on Thursday The city of Beaverton continues the planning process for the South Cooper Mountain annexation area with a final open house on…
July 18, 2014

Service to Beaverton Award winners include Vernier Software, Sub…

by Shannon O. Wells
Businesses, civic leaders, students, teachers recognized at annual luncheon ceremony When referred to as the "mayor" of Southwest Broadway Street while he's assembling submarine sandwiches in…
July 18, 2014

Farmers Market to accept donations for Tualatin Valley Gleaners

by Shannon O. Wells
Patrons asked to bring food and hygiene products to donate on Saturday The Beaverton Farmers Market will hold its annual summer food drive to support the Tualatin Valley Gleaners on Saturday,…
by: CONTRIBUTED PHOTO: TUALATIN VALLEY FIRE & RESCUE -  - A fire engulfed a Beaverton residence early Tuesday morning. The man who escaped the fire later committed suicide at a park in Fairview.
July 17, 2014

Fairview suicide linked to Beaverton house fire

by Cari Hachmann
A Beaverton man shot and killed himself at Chinook Landing Tuesday A 57-year-old Beaverton man is suspected of burning down his house early Tuesday morning before turning a rifle on himself…
July 18, 2014

Stuff the sousaphone on Saturday at Beaverton Community Business…

by Beaverton Valley Times
Beaverton Band Together initiative is collecting musical instrument donations for students The Beaverton Education Foundation and the Beaverton Friends of Music are collecting musical…
July 17, 2014

Ingredients listed for Reser's $18 million plant

by Kendra Hogue
After Beaverton-based Reser’s Fine Foods announced July 7 that it planned to build a new $18 million, 310,000-square-foot food-processing plant in Hillsboro, speculation ran high. The…
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July 17, 2014

Washington County Jail employee arrested for sexual misconduct

by Nancy Townsley
Eight days after learning of possible criminal conduct by a civilian jail services technician, Washington County Sheriff’s deputies arrested the employee, Jill Curry, and booked her into the…
July 16, 2014

Washington County considers ending tax discount

by Kendra Hogue
Transportation tax benefit for builders being removed Washington County’s Board of Commissioners unanimously decided Tuesday to move forward with an amendment to remove a 20 percent discount on…
by: SUBMITTED ART - Here is an artist rendering of what the development will look like.
July 16, 2014

Beaverton City Council moves on First and Angel project

by Shannon O. Wells
Rembold Properties to start work on residential-retail complex in 2015 Property the city of Beaverton owns at Southwest First Street and Angel Avenue has been little more than a vacant expanse…

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by: TUALATIN VALLEY FIRE & RESCUE - A Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue investigator is working to determine the cause of a fire that engulfed a Beaverton residence early Tuesday morning,  displacing an adult resident and his pet and causing approximately $250,000 in damages.
Jul 15, 2014

Resident escapes unharmed when morning fire damages home

by Beaverton Valley Times
Cause of blaze that caused $250,000 in damage is under investigation A Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue investigator is working to determine the cause of a fire that engulfed a Beaverton residence…
by: WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - Washington County Sheriff's deputies apprehended Bret T. Davis, 46, of Hillsboro on Saturday afternoon after the burglary suspect fell out of a tree in which he was apparently hiding.
Jul 14, 2014

Burglary suspect arrested after falling out of tree

by Beaverton Valley Times
Aloha resident says man assaulted him in his home before fleeing Washington County sheriff's deputies arrested a Hillsboro man after he allegedly assaulted an Aloha resident who entered his home…
Jul 10, 2014

Dust off your fans, the heat is coming

by Pamplin Media Group
Temperatures in metro area could hit 100 Weather expert Steve Pierce says the Portland area, and the Pacific Northwest, should prepare for brutal heat in the coming week. "The Pacific Northwest…
by: FILE ART - From June 12 through July 7, four substation outages on the Westside and in North Portland were caused by adorably nimble, fluffy-tailed and unintentionally suicidal squirrels.
Jul 10, 2014

Pesky squirrels knock out power on Westside

by Kendra Hogue
Critter-related outages on rise, eclipsing falling limbs as culprits When the power goes out on a hot day, most people assume overuse of air conditioning is to blame. But from June 12 through…
by: TIMES PHOTO: KEITH SHEFFIELD - Emergency crews respond to the scene of a vehicle versus pedestrian crash along Southwest Hall Boulevard at Greenway on Thursday night.
Jul 10, 2014

16-year-old girl is seriously injured after being struck by…

by Beaverton Valley Times
Girl reportedly ran across Hall Boulevard against the light Beaverton police did not issue any citations in an auto versus pedestrian crash that sent a 16-year-old girl to the hospital with…
by: SUBMITTED PHOTO: TVF&R - Investigators are working to determine what caused a storage shed at 6900 S.W. 195th Ave. to catch fire on Thursday.
Jul 10, 2014

TVF&R crews extinguish shed fire in Aloha

by Beaverton Valley Times
Flames spread to nearby trailer home A Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue fire investigator ruled the cause was undetermined of an early Thursday afternoon shed fire that spread to a trailer home,…
by: CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Volunteers help break ground on the the nature playscape project at Cedar Hills Kindergarten and Preschool on Southwest Park Way on June 28.
Jul 10, 2014

Volunteers bring nature into play at kindergarten

by Shannon O. Wells
Innovative playscape to feature nature-oriented activities for children in Cedar Hills A volunteer-fueled project at a private Cedar Hills school will provide a way for children in the…
by: TIMES FILE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Priya Judge and Nandita Vanka perform 'Anandha Tandav: The Joyous Dance of Shiva and Shakthi' at the Beaverton Farmers Market as part of the annual Ten Tiny Dances event.
Jul 10, 2014

Beaverton Farmers Market welcomes Ten Tiny Dances

by Beaverton Valley Times
The sixth annual Ten Tiny Dances cultural event returns Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to the Beaverton Farmers Market. Hosted by the Beaverton Arts Commission and the city, Ten Tiny Dances…
by: TIMES PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Chuck Wilson, owner of Beaverton Sub Station, and Amy Koski, the city of Beaverton's economic development project coordinator, describe what signs might look like for a proposed sign ordinance variance on the iconic Fisher-Rossi Building.
Jul 10, 2014

Merchants see signs of things to come

by Shannon O. Wells
Proposal would allow variance for projecting signs for tenants of Broadway Street building Regular visitors to Southwest Broadway Street in downtown Beaverton could probably find their way to…
by: TIMES PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Aloha author Clayton Callahan talks about his military service and how it influenced the story of his science fiction ebook, 'Tales of Screaming Eagle, The Legend of Kilroy.'
Jul 10, 2014

The more things change ...

by Shannon O. Wells
Aloha author combines Iraq experiences, science-fiction in futuristic war novel A preponderance of rocket ships, lasers and alien raider attacks clearly marks Clayton Callahan’s second novel,…




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