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Crews extinguish portable fire at Highland Park Middle School

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Miss Oregon returns to LifeChange Center

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Pacific community reeling after crash kills students

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Findley students share smiles, food with homeless

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by: CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Cheryl Twete, Metro regional government's senior development adviser, was named the city of Beaverton's new community development director on Tuesday.
April 15, 2014

Metro executive to fill citys economic development director role

by Beaverton Valley Times
Cheryle Twete takes over job formerly held by Don Mazziotti Cheryl Twete, Metro regional government's senior development adviser, was named the city of Beaverton's new community development…
April 15, 2014

Two suspects arrested in human trafficking investigation after…

by Beaverton Valley Times
Suspects hospitalized, 17-year-old girl victim taken to safety A Tuesday afternoon traffic stop on Southwest 173rd Avenue related to a human trafficking investigation led to the arrest of two…
April 15, 2014

Spokane-based company to acquire Mercer Industries' window…

by Shannon O. Wells
Sale to save 'a majority' of employees who faced layoffs by this summer VPI Quality Windows signed a letter of intent to acquire all window and door manufacturing assets of Beaverton-based…
April 11, 2014

Beaverton libraries accept food donations in place of fines

by Beaverton Valley Times
To celebrate National Library Week, the Beaverton City Library, 12375 S.W. Fifth St., will accept non-perishable foods in place of fines from Saturday, April 12, through Sunday, April 20. With…
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April 11, 2014

Tigard woman charged with throwing flares at Beaverton Police…

by Geoff Pursinger
Beaverton Police arrested a Tigard woman after she allegedly threw lit road flares into a police station parking lot. Brenda Adams, 28, was arrested at 8 a.m. on Friday after police say she…
April 11, 2014

You can be a bone marrow match

by The Times
TVF&R crews invite public to join them for national registry drive Saturday Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue invites the community to participate in a bone marrow registry drive on Saturday from 11…
April 10, 2014

Community members invited to Arbor Day tree-planting event on…

by Beaverton Valley Times
Beaverton to be recognized as Tree City USA for 20th year The city of Beaverton and Friends of Trees will host a tree planting ceremony and Arbor Day celebration on Saturday at 9 a.m. at…
April 10, 2014

Ridgewood Elementary students tackle projects

by Beaverton Valley Times
Cancer, pet care, deforestation among issues addressed As part of the school’s Primary Years Programme at Ridgewood Elementary School, first- through fifth-grade students will take action…
April 10, 2014

April 16 Sunset High seminar focuses on post-high school options

by Beaverton Valley Times
Students invited to explore careers, alternatives to college Sunset High School’s College and Career Center will host an event designed to provide information and resources about post-high…
April 09, 2014

Council moves toward Dec. 31 pot dispensary ban

by Shannon O. Wells
Two councilors, high school student support longer moratorium Beaverton-area residents looking to acquire medical marijuana close to home would be advised to find sources outside city limits, at…

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Apr 09, 2014

Man will serve 17 years for sex trafficking Beaverton teen

by Beaverton Valley Times
Keith Lawrence McMurray recruited girl for prostitution A U.S. district judge sentenced a Portland man on Monday to 17 years in prison for sex trafficking involving a 17-year-old Beaverton girl.…
by: BEAVERTON POLICE DEPARTMENT - A motorcycle driven by Adam Jarman, 35, of Beaverton, crashed into the rear of a vehicle on Monday morning and propelled Jarman to the pavement, where he was struck by another vehicle. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Apr 07, 2014

Beaverton motorcyclist killed in Cedar Hills Boulevard crash

by Beaverton Valley Times
Adam Jarman, 35, was thrown from his motorycle and struck by a vehicle A Beaverton man died Monday morning in a crash involving a motorcycle and two vehicles near the intersection of Southwest…
by: WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE  - Larry Coates, the band teacher at Whitford Middle school, was arrested on two counts of harassment of a female student and lodged at the Washington County Jail.
Apr 04, 2014

Whitford band teacher charged with harassing student, placed on…

by Beaverton Valley Times
Accusations against Larry Coates not sexually related, police say The band teacher at Whitford Middle School was arrested on April 3 after a female student accused him of twice pulling her hair.…
by: TIMES PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Interim Aloha Library Director Terry Palmer, right, talks with volunteer Barbara Scillian in January as they try to figure out the layout of the library's new location.
Apr 04, 2014

Aloha library to celebrate new home

by Shannon O. Wells
Parade, storytelling, Shakespeare on tap for opening After closing for the day on Monday, the Aloha Community Library — as visitors have come to know it since September 2012, at least — is gone.…
by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Kristen Grompone and Fish are part of the Geese Guys team. The King City business helps remove geese from golf courses, business complexes and other place where they are not wanted.
Apr 03, 2014

Daze, the Border collie, is a geese wrangler

by Barbara Sherman
Geese Guys team clears golf courses and more of unwanted visitors James Kuri started Geese Guys out of desperation in 2010: An avid golfer, he became frustrated by all the goose poop covering…
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Apr 02, 2014

Our newspapers won't be downsizing staff or shrinking in size

by Mark Garber
Local news — news about your city, your community, your neighborhood — is the future of journalism. No one in the media business disputes that notion. Investors as savvy as Warren Buffet are…
Apr 03, 2014

Two council incumbents face challengers

by Shannon O. Wells
Lacey Beaty, Alton Harvey Sr. set sights on King's seat, as John Somoza takes on San Soucie All three Beaverton City Council incumbents up for re-election this year have filed to run, while two…
by: TIMES PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Lynn Robbin, fitness instructor for Wellness on Wheels, works with residents of Holly Tree Village on Southwest Murray Boulevard during a Tuesday morning exercise class. Robbin is one of two instructors in the new mobile fitness program.
Apr 03, 2014

Door to door fitness

by Shannon O. Wells
New mobile wellness program brings fitness classes to seniors When Lynn Robbin pulls up to Holly Tree Village in a multicolored, fitness-themed van on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, Gail…
by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Oregon Gymnastics Academy's Level 7 Team earned first place in the Men's State Gymnastics Championships held in Eugene.
Apr 03, 2014

Oregon Gymnastics Academy boys bring home medals

by Julia Rogers
Level 7 Team takes state title Brad Bridgewater has been working with gymnasts at the Oregon Gymnastics Academy in Beaverton for two years as the boys’ team program manager and coach. On March…
by: CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Blake DeWeese, a sergeant major with Cascade Young Marines Division 6, poses with his fellow Young Marines during an eight-day Reunion of Honor Trip to Iwo Jima Island and Guam. The fledgling soldiers were there to assist World War II veterans and hear their battle stories first-hand.
Apr 03, 2014

Young Marine learns from veterans

by Shannon O. Wells
Westview High junior competes for national recognition Blake DeWeese revealed his passion for the military when, at age 11, he joined the Young Marines. If that decision left any doubt about his…




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