Tualatin's summer concerts come to end with a Big Night Out

Tualatin's summer concerts come to end with a Big Night Out

Rain and wind stayed away Friday night long enough for Big Night Out to rock Tualatin’s...

Sen. Ron Wyden talks trade, transportation at Westside Economic Alliance forum on Thursday

Sen. Ron Wyden talks trade, transportation at Westside Economic Alliance forum on Thursday

Senator touts 'trade done right,' argues for transportation bill, Scoggins Dam upgrades When it...

Tualatin teens make local library go during summer months

Tualatin teens make local library go during summer months

A select group of teens volunteer countless hours As summer winds down and school looms on the...

It's playtime for the Chelsea Hicks Foundation

It's playtime for the Chelsea Hicks Foundation

Tigard's Alison and Jason Hicks turn tragic loss into foundation devoted to imagination and fun ...

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue firefighters do their part to tackle wildfires

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue firefighters do their part to tackle wildfires

Local firefighters battle fires in locales across the state When Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue...

Art Walk takes its last lap at Bridgeport Village

Art Walk takes its last lap at Bridgeport Village

Organizer: Event to return, in modified form, next year Art Walk Tuesdays at Bridgeport Village...

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August 27, 2015

Las Vegas Police explain shooting Tigard man

by Geoff Pursinger
Police claim Anthony Moore was high when he pulled a gun on officers at Rio hotel More information has come to light about what happened after a former Tigard resident was shot by police in a…
August 27, 2015

Majority on Tualatin council unwilling to consider changing…

by Mark Miller
Bubenik, Davis, Truax fail to get support for proposed forum Four months after quietly adopting an elections ordinance without public input, a majority of Tualatin city councilors were still…
TIMES FILE PHOTO - The cities of Tigard and Tualatin are - as of now - taking very different approaches to their regulation of legal marijuana sales.
August 26, 2015

Tigard, Tualatin consider different pot pathways

by Geoff Pursinger and Mark Miller
Tualatin considers ban on marijuana while Tigard allows for early sales Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em? That’s the question on the mind of city leaders all over the state this week as they grapple…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - My New Red Shoes is providing  new, never-been-worn pairs of shoes for more than 490 students across the Portland area this week, ahead of the first day of school.
August 26, 2015

My New Red Shoes helping homeless children

by Geoff Pursinger
The group offers clothes, shoes for school's first day If you’ve spoken with Tigard resident Kim Marshall lately, she’s likely brought up “my new red shoes.” She talks about them a lot. But…
August 26, 2015

THS, TuHS prepare for later start time this fall

by Geoff Pursinger
Tigard and Tualatin high schools will start 15 minutes later, cut 'late start' days. If you’re a student at Tigard or Tualatin high school, we have good news. The Tigard-Tualatin School District…
August 26, 2015

Party to celebrate summer reading in Tualatin

by Mark Miller
Live music, refreshments at Martinazzi Avenue library The Tualatin Public Library is wrapping up its summer reading program by throwing an all-ages party on Sunday. From 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., the…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Four Beaverton Boy Scouts, front left, Jacob Ingalls, Hamilton Beard, Kyle Blaich and Leon Mosley, recently received their Eagle Scout badge, the highest honor in Scouting.
August 26, 2015

Two area Boy Scouts complete Eagle Scout projects in Tigard

by Ray Pitz
The Boy Scouts are in action in Tigard. Out of a group of four Beaverton boys who were recently honored for their efforts in attaining the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest award given in Boy…
COURTESY - Boundary Option 3 for the Basalt Creek area, as presented with this map at a Monday work session of the Tualatin City Council, would give Wilsonville the land south of the red dashed line and Tualatin the land north of it.
August 25, 2015

Third option for Basalt Creek division discussed at Tualatin…

by Mark Miller
Tonquin Road mooted as partial boundary With the first two options for dividing up the area known as Basalt Creek between Tualatin and Wilsonville — an area both cities want to develop —…
Southwest Corridor
August 24, 2015

Mayor Lou Ogden all but rules out downtown Tualatin station for…

by Mark Miller
Cost would be 'more than is feasible to fund,' mayor says Metro's beleaguered Southwest Corridor project hit another curb Monday evening when Tualatin Mayor Lou Ogden announced that his city’s…
COURTESY OF PAUL HENNON - Construction workers put down concrete footings for the section of the Greenway Trail under construction beneath Interstate 5 in Tualatin.
August 24, 2015

First concrete poured in Greenway Trail project

by Mark Miller
Crews construct footings as Tualatin moves toward gap completion The Tualatin River Greenway Trail Gap Completion Project is a concrete reality as of Monday. Several months of work are still…

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Aug 22, 2015

Smoky haze prompts calls to 911

by Geoff Pursinger
Washington County fire departments have received several calls about smokey haze around the Portland area. It appears that winds have pushed smoke from wildfires in Eastern Oregon toward…
TIMES PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Luke Engelman is looking forward to the next weekend that he can set up his lemonade stand once again.
Aug 20, 2015

7-year-old steps up to raise money for mother's cancer treatments

by Geoff Pursinger
On Saturday, Luke Engelman did what any business-savvy 7-year-old would do to beat the summer heat: He set up a lemonade stand in front of his house and quenched people’s thirst for $1 a glass.…
TIMES PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Daniel Lacy, executive director  at Bobs Auto Cafe, shows off part of the warehouse in Tualatin that will eventually be transformed into a training ground for new mechanics.
Aug 20, 2015

'Auto Cafe' hopes to service community by servicing cars

by Caitlin Feldman
Remodeling at Tualatin's Bob's Auto Cafe is underway with a grand opening planned for this fall Row after row of vending machines fill a warehouse in Tualatin. Bike frames, milk crates and…
TIMES PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Ed Casuga and his son Kurtis will be participating this weekend in the Tualatin Riverkeepers paddle trip for those with disabilities.
Aug 20, 2015

Paddle trip planned for people with disabilities this Saturday…

by Geoff Pursinger
Radford Bean believes that everyone can have fun on the Tualatin River. Now, he’s working to make that dream a reality. The paddle guide is working with the Tualatin Riverkeepers and Adventures…
TIMES PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Tigard Police officer April Keller gives Jamil Scamarone a sticker while he and his father watch the officers bike training at Cook Park.
Aug 20, 2015

Tigard Police launch bicycle patrol team to protect trails,…

by Geoff Pursinger
This summer, more than a dozen of Tigard’s finest have traded in their standard police uniforms and patrol vehicles for something a bit less conspicuous — bikes. The city’s bicycle patrol team…
Aug 20, 2015

Tigard/Tualatin Police Log: Aug. 12 - 18

by Geoff Pursinger
TIGARD The Tigard Police Department made the following arrests between Aug. 12 and 18. Tuesday, Aug. 18 • A construction worker in the 9000 block of Washington Square Road saw two men in the…
Aug 20, 2015

Cat Adoption Team joins up with The Filling Station to find…

by Miles Vance
The event is set for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Aug. 29 in Tigard For almost 20 years, the Cat Adoption Team has been helping our feline friends find safe and loving homes. Indeed, over that period,…
GAZETTE PHOTO: RAY PITZ - Annie Ballard and Shauna Zobrist will soon compete in the Ironman 70.3 World Championship where they will swim 1.25 miles, bike 56 miles and run 13 miles.
Aug 20, 2015

Two area women will soon compete in Ironman 70.3 World…

by Ray Pitz
Two women — one from Tualatin and one from Sherwood — will soon compete in one of the world’s toughest races, a grueling combination of swimming, biking and running all rolled into a single day.…
Josh Soper
Aug 20, 2015

Sherwood hires Josh Soper as its city attorney

by The Times
The Sherwood City Council announced Friday morning that it has hired Josh Soper as its next city attorney. The selection comes at the end of an extensive recruitment process over the past three…
Aug 20, 2015

Public Safety Academy returns on Sept. 1

by The Times
The program teaches the public about many aspects of law enforcement The Times It isn’t always easy being in law enforcement, but teaching people about the challenges therein is definitely a…



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