K-9 Zoey will stay on the scent, continues to be an asset even as weed legalizes

K-9 Zoey will stay on the scent, continues to be an asset even as weed legalizes

With the legalization of marijuana, many police departments are retiring their drug dogs, but...

Tualatin passes ordinance on marijuana regulations

Tualatin passes ordinance on marijuana regulations

On Monday, the city council passed regulations on marijuana facilities to much dissent and...

Tigard-Tualatin plans for the worst with drill

Tigard-Tualatin plans for the worst with drill

Students evacuate school in mock drill to practice district readiness in the event of an...

Haggen to begin converting Tigard, Sherwood, Beaverton stores within the week

Haggen to begin converting Tigard, Sherwood, Beaverton stores within the week

Haggen Food and Pharmacy, the Washington-based grocery chain poised to make a major splash in the...

A visual history of Tualatin, created by high school students

A visual history of Tualatin, created by high school students

A record number of participants in Tualatin's Student Visual Chronicle means more recollections...

The perfect basketball shot on repeat sends Tigard's Graham Oelke to Massachusetts

The perfect basketball shot on repeat sends Tigard's Graham Oelke to Massachusetts

Tigard's 13-year-old Graham Oelke heads to the East Coast next month after winning regionals for...

Tigard, Tualatin take opposing views on pot  regulation

Tigard, Tualatin take opposing views on pot regulation

The clock is ticking for Tigard and Tualatin to make up their minds about how to deal with...

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March 26, 2015

Differing opinions about Southwest Corridor planning erupt at…

by Caitlin Feldman
The Tualatin City Council and some community members disagree about what 'planning' and 'design' mean in relation to light rail Tualatin voters gave themselves the right to vote before city…
March 26, 2015

TTSD not happy with proposed budget

by Geoff Pursinger
After a year of adding back, district worries it may have to make cuts again already The 2014-2015 school year was supposed to be the start of something good. It was the first time in several…
March 26, 2015

Mid-week farmers market to set up shop next week

by Geoff Pursinger
Tigard's first-ever Wednesday farmers market kicks off Wednesday April 1, and you're all invited. Starting April 1, the Tigard-Area Farmers Markets will run a mid-week market on Wednesday…
March 26, 2015

Constituent Coffee planned for Saturday

by Geoff Pursinger
Rep. Margaret Doherty wants to chat. The Tigard Democrat — who represents District 35 in the Oregon House of Representatives, is planning a "Constituent Coffee" on Saturday, March 28 at…
March 25, 2015

TTSD comments on racist, doctored photo

by Caitlin Feldman
Screen shot of Tualatin High's website was manipulated to look like it was hacked The Tigard-Tualatin School District released a statement this week condemning racist comments that were doctored…
Martin
March 25, 2015

Serial masturbator sentenced to 18 years in jail, maximum…

by Caitlin Feldman
Robert Martin, a former Sherwood resident who exposed himself to women in Tigard and Tualatin, received 18 years in jail last week Robert Ray Martin, the serial masturbator who pleaded not…
Gensler
March 24, 2015

Chamber names 2015 Shining Stars scholarship winners

by Geoff Pursinger
Three Tigard High students will receive $1,000 college scholarships The Tigard Area Chamber of Commerce has announced the first of its annual Shining Stars community award winners; three high…
Gresham High School
March 22, 2015

IN PHOTOS: State Dance - Large and Small Dance Division

by Brian Monihan
Gresham and Valley Catholic High Schools take top honors at this weekend's state dance championships. Photos by J. Brian Monihan (unless otherwise noted) Local high school dance teams did well…
March 20, 2015

THS to hold emergency drill Friday

by Geoff Pursinger
Tigard High School will be practicing a mock emergency reunification drill at the school on Friday morning between 8:45 a.m. and noon. Select students will participate in a mock evacuation and…
March 26, 2015

Tualatin man killed on Interstate 5

by Caitlin Feldman
A Tualatin man walked into a lane of southbound traffic this morning, pronounced dead at scene A Tualatin man died Thursday morning after being struck by a semi-truck on Interstate 5, near…

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TIMES PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Delivery Nurse Jeni Fitzpatrick listens to the heartbeat of baby Levi Vial as mom, Kennebec, watches on at the Family Birth Center at Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center.
Mar 19, 2015

A day in the life of a labor and delivery nurse at Meridian Park

by Caitlin Feldman
Labor and delivery nurses have to be experts in everything, and Meridian Park's Jeni Fitzpatrick has seen it all For Jeni Fitzpatrick, a time never existed when she didn’t know that she wanted…
SUBMITTED ART - It will cost thousands more than expected to install Tigards large public art sculptures, about $40,000, city officials estimate. Brian Borrello, a Portland artist, constructed the two large public art sculptures for downtown.
Mar 19, 2015

Main Street art hits $400,000 bump in road

by Geoff Pursinger
It will cost far more than estimated to install large public art pieces in downtown Tigard. Standing 16 feet tall, the large bulb-like flower sculptures will surely catch the eye of travelers…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Tigard High Schools Tigerettes dance team are headed to the Memorial Coliseum Friday and Saturday for the OSAA state dance championships
Mar 19, 2015

Local high schools shine at state dance championships

by Geoff Pursinger
Let’s get ready to tumble. Local high school dance teams are competing at the OSAA Dance & Drill state championships at Veterans Memorial Coliseum this week. The competition, which began…
Mar 19, 2015

Thirsty Lion raises money for children in need

by Geoff Pursinger
If you were looking to get your hair cut last weekend, you should have been at Thirsty Lion bar and grill at Washington Square. The Tigard restaurant spent the day shaving the heads of…
Wyatt
Mar 19, 2015

ELGL spreads across country

by Geoff Pursinger
Tigard's local public sector work group is growing, and its expanding its mission to match Think of it as a cross between The Atlantic magazine and Buzzfeed. Equal parts issues on public policy…
Mar 18, 2015

WL resident files legal complaint in response to LOT delay

by Patrick Malee
Asks for City Council to 'enforce terms of conditional use permits' A West Linn resident has filed a formal legal complaint to the city of West Linn regarding the Lake Oswego-Tigard Water…
Mar 19, 2015

Police investigate Monday stabbing

by Geoff Pursinger
Tigard Police are investigating a stabbing that left a man with life-threatening injuries on Tuesday night. According to Jim Wolf, a spokesman with the Tigard Police Department, a bystander…
Pouncey
Mar 18, 2015

Details emerge in Orlando Pouncey's slaying of Jerry Duy Nguyen…

by Geoff Pursinger
Jerry Duy Nguyen and Orlando Pouncey fought before January shooting, court documents say. Jerry Duy Nguyen and Orlando Pouncey were involved in a heated argument on the night that Nguyen was…
TIMES PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Station 51 is one of the busiest fire stations in Tigard, responding to calls all over TVF&R's 210-square-mile service district, and beyond.
Mar 17, 2015

Tigard fire station reopens downtown

by Geoff Pursinger
Seismic upgrades and new women's accomodations kept station closed since June. Downtown Tigard’s fire station is up and running after being closed for nearly a year. Last summer, Tualatin Valley…
Doherty
Mar 16, 2015

House to vote on Tigard ZIP code

by Geoff Pursinger
Committee approves plan calling on Congress to make distinction between Tigard and Portland It looks like the Oregon House of Representatives will vote on whether to give Tigard its own ZIP…




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