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Linda Moholt Leaves Chamber Positioned for the Future

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As of Jan. 15, Linda Moholt is no longer the Tualatin Chamber of Commerce’s chief executive officer, but she plans to start volunteering promoting business and educational opportunities in the city, so...

Tualatin Athlete Signs Division 1 Lacrosse Scholarship

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Engaging in high school sports remains a staple for so many individuals, but to play in college brings a whole different meaning. Senior Sidney Dering, a Tualatin High School...

Rotary Cares About Washington County Residents

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The Tualatin Rotary Club has been committed to the advancement of local residents for the last thirty-five years.  In 2020, COVID-19 tried to derail the club’s focus. Members were unable to attend...

Food & Drink: Grab A Gyro

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What’s in a name? – the Bard once wrote in Romeo & Juliet, to decry what we may call a person or a thing as random, illogical or arbitrary in comparison to...

Tualatin Valley Elks Step Up for the Christmas Holiday

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It should come as no surprise that the need for generosity and giving has reached new heights in 2020.  That has certainly been the experience of the Tualatin Valley...
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Fate of High School Sports Remains Unclear

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As student-athletes throughout the Tigard-Tualatin School District (TTSD) attend practices and workouts through the winter, the fate of high-school sports remains unclear and many activities axed under current state guidance.

Tualatin News in Brief: January 2021

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TVF&R Moves Logistics Operations to Tualatin Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue’s Logistics Division announced it has moved into a new Logistics Service Center at 9991 SW Avery St. in...

Bridgeport Regal Cinemas Faces Eviction After Failing to Pay Rent for Nine Months

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The COVID-19 pandemic looks poised to potentially claim another giant of the entertainment industry, and this time around, the impact could be felt by Tigard and Tualatin moviegoers. The...

Women Now in the Majority on City Council

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Earlier this month, three new councilors were sworn onto the Tualatin City Council. Tualatin Life had the opportunity to ask each of the new councilors a few questions. Here are their answers:

More Mental Health Resources Needed for Police, Officials Say

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Many cities across the United States continue to grapple with the fallout of the killing of Minneapolis man George Floyd by police officers.  Floyd’s death last May brought the...