Volunteers bring nature into play at kindergarten

Volunteers bring nature into play at kindergarten

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Beaverton Farmers Market welcomes Ten Tiny Dances

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Merchants see signs of things to come

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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.
July 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 are investigating an auto versus pedestrian crash that sent a 16-year-old girl to the hospital with potentially…
July 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.
July 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: 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.
July 10, 2014

TVF&R crews extinguish shed fire in Aloha

by Beaverton Valley Times
Flames spread to nearby trailer home An investigation continues into the cause of an early Thursday afternoon shed fire that spread to a trailer home. Just after 1:30 p.m., a resident heard…
July 09, 2014

Reserve a seat today for Service to Beaverton luncheon

by Beaverton Valley Times
Award winners will be announced on July 18 The Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce and city of Beaverton invite the public to join them in recognizing those who have made a significant…
by: TIMES PHOTO: LACEY JACOBY - Aloha resident Brandon Wynne is participating in softball competitions through Special Olympics Oregon.
July 09, 2014

Getting his turn at bat

by Shannon O. Wells
Aloha outfielder ready to earn third gold medal with Special Olympics When appraising the relative sportsmanship of his fellow Special Olympics competitors, Brandon Wynne is directly honest, but…
July 09, 2014

Animal shelter reunites 45 of 55 fireworks-spooked dogs with…

by Shannon O. Wells
Shelter hopes to send 13 cats home It all started with a dog so spooked by Fourth of July explosions he chewed through two fences to escape his yard. By Friday at 9:45 a.m., the dog was reunited…
July 09, 2014

Meadow Park Middle School earns distinction as an IB World School

by Beaverton Valley Times
Meadow Park Middle School has been authorized as an International Baccalaureate World School for a three-year Middle Years Programme. The authorization process typically takes two to three years…
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July 09, 2014

Deputies capture suspect during home burglary

by Beaverton Valley Times
Beaverton woman accused of breaking into occupied Aloha house Washington County sheriff's deputies arrested a woman who burglarized an Aloha home on Sunday while the owner was inside. The woman…
July 07, 2014

Reser's expands into Hillsboro

by Kendra Hogue
Strong demand for fresh salad products prompts food company to increase output by 35 percent Reser’s Fine Foods of Washington County, best known for its salsa and other freshly prepared foods,…

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Jul 06, 2014

Beaverton Arts Commission names six Community Grant recipients

by Beaverton Valley Times
Symphony orchestra, theater series, Irish music concert among events to benefit The Beaverton Arts Commission has announced winners of the group's second cycle of Community Grants for 2014. Here…
Jul 05, 2014

Beaverton seeks Celebration Parade participants

by Beaverton Valley Times
Entries for free event must be received by Friday, Aug. 15 The city of Beaverton invites local businesses, groups and nonprofits to submit entries to participate in the 57th annual Beaverton…
by: TVF&R - Lt. Dale Johnson
Jul 04, 2014

Off-duty TVF&R lieutenant dies following kitesurfing accident

by Christina Lent
Fire chief says 'Dale Johnson was a good firefighter, a good lieutenant and a good man' A 49-year-old Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue firefighter died Thursday afternoon following a kitesurfing…
Jul 04, 2014

Deputies search for Subway robbery suspect

by Beaverton Valley Times
Man ordered sandwich, displayed weapon and demanded cash from Raleigh Hills clerk Washington County sheriff's deputies are asking for the public's help in locating a man who reportedly robbed a…
Jul 04, 2014

Providence St. Vincent earns recognition for stroke care

by Beaverton Valley Times
Stroke patients who are treated at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center receive some of the best care on the nation. The Joint Commission has just confirmed that by certifying Providence St.…
by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Cyan Perry is a graduate of the Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerces Young Entrepreneurs Academy, a program launched last November for eighth-graders through high school seniors.
Jul 04, 2014

Young Entrepreneur Academy graduates launch enterprises

by Julia Rogers
Buying a greeting card used to be considered impersonal, an inexpensive way to avoid purchasing a gift or an envelope for gift cards. Not anymore. A new start-up created by 15-year-old artist…
Jul 03, 2014

Beaverton police, TVF&R target illegal fireworks during holiday

by Beaverton Valley Times
Extra neighborhood patrols to enforce laws against bottle rockets, firecrackers Beaverton police officers will work with Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue crews to focus on reducing the use of…
by: WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE  - Mitchell Alan Douglas Kelly, 17, of Beaverton, was arrested on June 30 on allegations of sexually abusing two girls while employed as a swim coach at Sunset Athletic Center.
Jul 02, 2014

Swim coach arrested on sex abuse allegations

by Beaverton Valley Times
Two girls identified as victims of inappropriate contact at Sunset Athletic Center Washington County Sheriff's Office child abuse detectives are searching for additional sex abuse victims…
Jul 02, 2014

July 4 fireworks not a blast for pets

by Shannon O. Wells
Animal shelter to be open to reunite owners with spooked dogs, cats While many look forward to this year’s Independence Day falling on the last day of the week, dogs, cats and other household…
by: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: KENDRA HOGUE - Bethany Village Biscuits Café waitress Savannah Baske serves lunch customers Rebecca Blumberg Wednesday afternoon after a power outage left thousands of Washington County residents without power.
Jul 02, 2014

Biscuits Cafe server steps up when power goes out

by Kendra Hogue
Savannah Baske had no idea when she arrived at work at 6 a.m. Wednesday that a squirrel across town would soon turn her workday upside-down. The 18-year-old has been a waitress at the Bethany…




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