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Tualatin Defeats Rival Tigard for First Time in Six Years

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Helmets on, lights up and stands filled. Dawning the field were two rivals ready to clash, one more prosperous in recent years than the other. In...

COVID-19 Vaccination Effort Ramps Up in Washington County

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The COVID-19 vaccination campaign looks different in every city in Oregon right now.  Some cities, like Tigard and Beaverton, have publicly available clinics open to eligible persons, while others,...

Middle/High-School Students to Return to Classrooms April 19

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On March 12, 2020, the Tigard-Tualatin School District (TTSD) gave the order to shut down schools for two weeks in response to the new virus in town, SARS-Cov-2. Little...

I-205 Tolling Project Continues to Raise Concerns

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Equity and Mobility Advisory Committee seeks wider input An Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) plan to toll portions of Interstate 205 is moving forward despite strong public opposition and...

Seventh Generation is Now Part of 1869 Lee Farms in Tualatin

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Craig Lee hasn’t strayed far from his family roots – or land. He is part of the fifth generation of Tualatin farmers in a family tree that also includes...

Now Playing! April 2021

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Blinded by the Light (2019) Dir. Gurinder Chadha - Free with Cinemax Free Trial on Amazon Prime Gurinder Chadha’s 2019 film...

Tualatin Football, Getting Back to Normal

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The sun had just set on an early-March Friday night. Around this time of year, one would expect the basketball season to be coming to a close, but no, the Friday Night...

Sustainability Network Launches in Tualatin

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In response to the threat presented by climate change and the increasing importance of environmental awareness, City Councilor Bridget Brooks is launching the Tualatin Sustainability Network (TuSN). TuSN is a new non-profit...

Roy Gugliotta Leads Tualatin Chamber into Post-COVID Era

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New Tualatin Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Officer Roy Gugliotta has been so busy since starting work Jan. 11 that he hasn’t yet had time to change his voice mail message that...

Tualatin Council Outlines 2021 Policy Priorities

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The Tualatin City Council’s priorities for 2021 not surprisingly read like they are dealing with all of the issues that faced the city, state and country over the past year.