Stories From Our September 23rd Publication:
Tualatin Resident Releases Debut Album Mild-Mannered UPS Driver by day, Hard-Driving Rocker by Night…
Tualatin local resident Steven Whitaker has just released his first full album, Edge of Oblivion – No small feat, considering he spends the majority of his day out delivering packages in a UPS truck to Lake Oswego businesses and residences – something that he’s been doing for the last 27 years.
As intense as it may seem, we should be grateful this information is out there. It’s drawn a lot of attention to Oregon’s plan (or lack thereof) to prepare itself in the event of a major earthquake.
I am coming up to my 6th year as “Soccer Mom” in the West Coast Giant Pumpkin Regatta in Tualatin and I would love to think that practice makes perfect in this sport of the gourds. I have learned many important lessons following the yearly paddle through the Lake of the Commons.
Perception is highly personal, made from our life experiences and our temperaments. It’s almost as if each of us goes through life wearing a pair of glasses that alters the world so that we see it the way we need, want, or expect it to be. In other words, most of us don’t experience situations as they really are, but as we are. Two people could be in the exact […]
Sharing the front page of the Oregonian was the swearing in of King George Vl of England, who took over the reins when his brother Edward Vlll abdicated, and a photo story of the luxurious and notorious Spinning Wheel roadhouse resort on the south side of the Tualatin River which burned to the ground on its site during […]
My new bedroom does not come with the cute nurses of Randall Children’s Hospital but it is still great. I finally moved in on Sept. 2nd and spent the first night in my room with my cat Simba sleeping next to me.