Rotary makes a most difficult decision

America is the land of choice. We pride ourselves with the freedom to make decisions. We act at will and choose what is best for each person or situation. 

Summer Reading at Tualatin Public Library

Summer’s here, and that means it’s time for Summer Reading at Tualatin Public Library!  This year, Tualatin Library is challenging readers of all ages to complete a bingo card,...

Friends of the Tualatin Library Used Book Sale returns after long hiatus

After a long break from selling used books in the library and at bigger sales to the wider community due to the pandemic, the Friends of the Tualatin Library are back in...

Sammi the clinic cat provides Arthritis advice

Dear Diary, Day #7 of rain and impending winter gloom. The cool mornings have begun, oh how I miss basking in the warmth of the Sun’s rays. As a...

MVP Flag Football is back!

MVP Youth Sports, a family-run business in Tualatin for the last 12 years offering youth flag football and basketball, is expanding to offer flag football through 12th grade in the fall. There...

Prepare your pets for disasters

Tualatin Neighborhood Ready volunteers will meet with you, your neighbors, your church, or other organizations to discuss readiness for your entire household, neighborhood or organization, but this Tualatin Life article focuses on...

Thyroid 101: Digging a little deeper

I frequently hear stories from patients that start with “I had my thyroid tested and everything was normal but I’m still not feeling well” OR “I’m not feeling any better since starting...

Tualatin’s Borland Free Clinic provides medical care to those who need it most

On the outskirts of Tualatin, tucked away in the basement of the Rolling Hills Church, is one of the most unique medical clinics in Washington County.  The Borland Free...

T-Wolves Girls Basketball Return with Senior Team

The sun’s out, so why not step inside and start some winter sports? At least that’s the case for Tualatin this year. After 14 months, a veteran Tualatin girls’...

State of the City: Busy

“It takes a village” is a common expression used for raising children, but the same could be said for Mayor Frank Bubenik’s 2021 virtual State of the City presentation May 12. He...