KCCA Board of Directors faces July 7 recall

KCCA Board of Directors faces July 7 recall

Residents will decide who stays and who goes among four members King City Civic Association...

KCCA Administrator J. Pat Moore leaves June 5

KCCA Administrator J. Pat Moore leaves June 5

His departure after six years is based on 'mutual agreement' J. Pat Moore’s six-year tenure...

Saavy senior wants to warn others about IRS scam showing up in inboxes

Saavy senior wants to warn others about IRS scam showing up in inboxes

Retired tax preparer Wanda Barcomb knows enough not to fall for it but others might not Wanda...

Patriotism is on parade at Crescent Grove Cemetery on Memorial Day

Patriotism is on parade at Crescent Grove Cemetery on Memorial Day

Tigard American Legion Post 158 honors veterans of all wars again The crowd gathered at Crescent...


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BARBARA SHERMAN - Sandy Brewer, chairwoman of the Summerfield Women's Golf Club's annual Charity Auction, sits with a few of the items that have been donated for the auction, which will be held in the Summerfield Clubhouse and is open to the public.
June 25, 2015

Summerfield charity auction to benefit two local organizations

by Barbara Sherman
Everyone is invited to Summerfield Clubhouse for silent auction July 11 that will benefit the Caring Closet and Washington County Domestic Violence Resource Center Over the past several years,…
June 25, 2015

King City council OKs 2015-16 budget after disagreement

by Barbara Sherman
One of the councilors complains that the council did not vet the budget enough, but he is overridden The King City City Council on June 3 adopted the 2015-16 budget, which has a general fund…
BARBARA SHERMAN - Rep. John Davis (R-Wilsonville) (right) chats with Jeff Grossman following his talk before the Southwest Corridor Republican Club in the King City Clubhouse on May 27.
June 25, 2015

John Davis visits King City Republicans on May 27

by Barbara Sherman
District 26 state representative tells group that with Democrat majority, it's a 'tough session' Rep. John Davis (R-Wilsonville) brought a hard-charging message about a dysfunctional Legislature…
BARBARA SHERMAN - King City Civic Association Administrator J. Pat Moore (far right) discusses a point during the May 12 KCCA Board of Directors meeting; from left are Bill Barber, Joe Wilson, Paul Downing, Terry Pittsley, Denny Gelfand, KCCA attorney Tom Johnson of Vial Fotheringham LLP, Mike Whitmarsh and Blair Wyatt.
May 29, 2015

King City Civic Association is at a crossroads

by Barbara Sherman
A recall election is set for July 7 to determine the status of seven board members There is only one candidate – Joe Wilson - officially running for the King City Civic Association Board of…
JOE WILSON FOR THE REGAL COURIER - After a fir tree on the King City Golf Course was struck by lightning and burst into flames, a Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue crew arrived and knocked down the fire, but tree did not fall and have to be felled by a professional crew the next morning,
May 29, 2015

Flooding and fire hit King City

by Barbara Sherman
May 18 rain storm brings thunder and lightning that results in a tree fire and lots of debris King City survived a deluge of rain and a thunder-and-lightning storm late in the afternoon of…
COURTESY OF TUALATIN VALLEY FIRE & RESCUE - These two condo units in Summerfield were damaged by a fire after a contractor dutting a stud for a bathroom remodel came in contact with an electrical wire, which shorted and started the fire.
May 29, 2015

Remodel causes a fire in two Summerfield condos

by Barbara Sherman
No injuries were reported, but one person and a dog were displaced from the occupied unit Serious fire and smoke damage occurred in two adjoining Summerfield condominiums on Greens Way near…
BARBARA SHERMAN - Lori Faha, a city of Tigard engineer, came armed with maps of Bull Mountain to the April 27 CPO 4K meeting, ready to discuss water run-off and other issues related to development in the area.
May 29, 2015

Tigard holds developers to stricter standards for water run-off

by Barbara Sherman
That is good news for the people who live below River Terrace, where 2,500 housing units are coming With Bull Mountain looming over us – along with its attendant water run-off issues – many…
BARBARA SHERMAN - This photo taken May 15 shows the new 99W northbound right-turn lane that drivers will use to turn east onto McDonald Street in Tigard, which is one of several parts of an Oregon Department of Transportation project to improve traffic flow.
May 29, 2015

ODOT 99W construction project in Tigard moves toward completion

by Barbara Sherman
Adding turn lanes in the vicinity of McDonald and Gaarde is one of the improvements At the CPO 4K (Citizen Participation Organization - King City) meeting March 23, Lili Boicourt, Oregon…

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