Overcoming a hurdle to walk again

Overcoming a hurdle to walk again

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Author imagines a life with mastodons

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Tigard Police take on the business beat

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Photo Credit: TIGARD POLICE - Two men have been charged after allegedly blowing up a gas station bathroom while trying to make hash oil, a highly potent extract of marijuana.
December 19, 2014

Federal charges filed after Tigard explosion

by Geoff Pursinger
Two men burned in a hash oil explosion in a Tigard gas station bathroom are facing federal charges. Jose Rios-Soto, 23, and Dennis Tapia-Garcia, 18, are charged with endangering human life while…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTTED - Three Albertsons supermarkets in Tigard and Sherwood are poised to become Haggens after an acquisition of 146 stores across Oregon, Washington, California, Nevada and Arizona
December 25, 2014

Haggens to take over Albertsons stores in Tigard, Sherwood

by Geoff Pursinger
Grocery store chain plans major acqusition of 146 stores across the West Haggens Food and Pharmacies is about to make a major comeback in Oregon. The Washington-based grocery store chain…
December 19, 2014

Coastal Farm & Fleet joins the fight against hunger

by (none)
People who want to help fight hunger in Washington County can double their contribution through the end of the year, thanks to a partnership between Coastal Farm & Ranch and Oregon Food Bank…
Google Fiber has delayed an announcement about whether or not the ultra-high-speed Internet will be coming to Portland and several neighboring cities. A decision is expected in early 2015.
December 18, 2014

Google Fiber delays decision on Portland-area expansion

by Geoff Pursinger
Don't pop the champagne just yet, Google-lovers. The Internet giant announced Thursday that it was delaying a decision on whether or not to bring its ultra-high-speed Internet and cable services…
Shambry
December 18, 2014

Tigard Police arrest armed robber

by Geoff Pursinger
Tigard Police have arrested a man accused of robbing a Subway restaurant early Wednesday morning. Alexander Shambry, 24, of Tigard, faces second-degree robbery charges after police say he walked…
Photo Credit: COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE - A National Weather Service map shows the potential for heavy rain and flooding in Northern Oregon and Southwest Washington.
December 23, 2014

We're dreaming of a . . . soggy Christmas?

by Pamplin Media Group
A deep trough of moist, cold air blasting down from the Gulf of Alaska is going to soak the region during the next few days, pushing a few local rivers and creeks over their banks. The National…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Tualatin High School seniors Paige Spalding, Christie Coder and Andrew Hashberger pretend to stuff classmate Lars Bates in a bucket as Maria Cooley documents the moment on a cellphone to post on social media.
December 18, 2014

School district navigating a new age of harassment

by Caitlin Feldman
Anonymous accounts across TTSD target and harass peers and faculty A note is passed across a classroom with two columns: one for names, one for numbers. It’s a list of girls in the class with…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: GEOFF PURSINGER - Westside Christian High School basketball player Grant Shearer, 17, tours the schools new gymnasium, which should be completed by the end of the year. Westside plays Horizon Christian at the school on Jan. 6.
December 18, 2014

New gym means more than just athletics for Westside Christian

by Geoff Pursinger
From games to graduation, school will have place to gather Basketball players at Westside Christian High School are preparing for something they’ve never experienced before: A home-court…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO: ANGELA BOHLKE - Santa listens to the Christmas wishes during at stop at Community Partners For Affordable Housings annual holiday party.
December 18, 2014

Food, cookies and Santa abound at CPAH celebration

by Geoff Pursinger
CPAH celebrates the holidays with gifts, fun More than 100 people flocked to Colossae Church in Tigard on Tuesday night. They came from across Tigard, Beaverton and Southwest Portland. But they…
Rasmussen
December 16, 2014

Six arrested in prostitution sting

by Geoff Pursinger
Washington County sheriff’s detectives arrested six men in a prostitution sting last week aimed at stopping human trafficking. On Thursday, Dec. 11, sheriff’s detectives and the FBI arrested…

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Dec 11, 2014

Locals arrested in online child-sex sting

by The Clackamas Review
Clackamas County deputies conducted a child-sex sting late last week and arrested men from Milwaukie, Oregon City and Tigard. Three suspects in online child-sexual-corruption charges include…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - David Thompson, Sr., owner of TEC Equipment, talks about how his company was started with his son's, Chris and David Jr., sitting next to him.
Dec 11, 2014

Meridian Park receives a $5 million donation

by Caitlin Feldman
TEC Equipment leader pledges funds for new building Standing outside of TEC Equipment in Portland, speculation ensues over where David Thompson, Jr. is. His younger brothers Chris and William,…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: VIRGINIA WERNER - Dwaine and Lamara Rhea serve families pulled pork at Hope's Table. The outreach program happens every Monday night at Rolling Hills Community Church.
Dec 11, 2014

A place at the table, haven for rest

by Caitlin Feldman
Rolling Hills Community Church makes impact with its Community Life Center Families, friends, volunteers and neighbors sat around tables in the basement of Rolling Hills Community Church on…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Aaron Ross of Portland has found a way to allow Tualatin Mayor Lou Ogden to be himself on his talk show with a recurring theme: Meet Your City's Boss.
Dec 11, 2014

A web series that hits home

by Caitlin Feldman
'Meet Your City's Boss,' captures character of area mayors, including Lou Ogden and Denny Doyle On a 100-degree day this past spring, Tualatin Mayor Lou Ogden, comedian Aaron Ross and a…
Dec 11, 2014

Tigard will see water bills increase

by Geoff Pursinger
Starting Jan. 1, 2015, residents in Tigard, Bull Mountain, King City and Durham can expect to see the fifth straight year of double-digit increases to their water bills. On Tuesday, the Tigard…
Jane Schuster
Dec 11, 2014

A healthy reminder to eat (relatively) well

by Caitlin Feldman
Meridian Park diabetes program coordinator offers tips for holiday meals Right in the middle of the holiday season, most people have probably already had their fair share of carbohydrates and…
Rose Money, director of the Caring Closet, says the organization is in need of several specific itms this holiday season.
Dec 11, 2014

Caring Closet calls for help

by Geoff Pursinger
Group seeks clothes for families and children in need High demand has left cupboards bare at the Caring Closet. Since 1999, the Caring Closet has been donating much-needed items to families…
Photo Credit: TIMES FILE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Tim Esau went door-to-door in Tigard last year to put an anti-transit petition on the ballot in Tigard. Now, hes set his sights on all of Washington County.
Dec 09, 2014

Anti-light rail bill could head to county vote

by Geoff Pursinger
Petitioner calls for Washington County residents to have say on Southwest Corridor Plan The man who brought about sweeping changes in the way the city of Tigard handles light rail is at it…
Dec 09, 2014

Light-rail talk gets heated in Tualatin

by Caitlin Feldman
City ponders plan to define limits of voter-approved measure Whenever light rail is mentioned in the south metro area, it's likely to evoke some kind of discussion, and it's probably going to be…
Bill Middleton
Dec 08, 2014

Mayor pushes for measure that would require voter approval on…

by Ray Pitz
If sent to voters and approved, measure would kick in July 1, 2015 Sherwood Mayor Bill Middleton hopes to send voters a measure that would allow them to vote on future city fees and taxes.…




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