Stories From Our July 15th Publication:
An Open Letter to Tualatin Citizens from City Councilors Joelle Davis and Frank Bubenik
It has been another great year for the Tualatin High School Instrumental Music program under the direction of Reggie Stegmeier. Since taking the job two years ago and starting with 120 students, Mr. Stegmeier’s music program has grown with almost 300 students expected next year! It’s rewarding to review the highlights of this year and look forward to more exciting opportunities to come! […]
It was only a year ago that Eileen found herself leaving her beloved South Dakota. A move prompted to be closer to family in the twilight of her life. She said her goodbyes to lifelong friends, sold her home and packed her bags for Tualatin, Oregon. She was born and raised in the rural endless grass plains of South Dakota during the years of […]
Have you had “the talk” with your kids yet? You know the one that’s usually difficult for any parent to have… the Smartphone talk. Technology is changing so fast and we have to keep up with it and our kids.
ArtSplash Art Show and Sale has been one of the most anticipated summer events in Tualatin for the past twenty years! From July 24 through 26 large white canopies will be set up next to the sparkling lake of the Tualatin Commons to create the perfect setting for this juried art show. ArtSplash features Northwest artists showcasing their works in jewelry, […]
Gardening season is in full swing, and several churches in Tualatin now sponsor community gardens. Chad Darby’s Neighbors Nourishing Community grows produce for the needy at several business locations. The bounty from these gardens that utilize unused space is such a blessing, both for the growers, as well as those that consume the fresh produce. Where once pesticides were used to boost harvests, organic gardening is becoming more prevalent.