Tualatin Municipal Court Judge Jack Morris (left) swears in Octavio Gonzalez at the Jan. 5 City Council meeting.

Octavio Gonzalez is only new member on City Council

Octavio Gonzalez was sworn in as a Tualatin city councilor on Jan. 5, but he already felt comfortable with many of the...
Jack Broome and Althea Pratt-Broome walk through the Wetlands Conservancy land at Hedges Creek in Tualatin.

Althea Pratt-Broome’s Legacies Live On

with contributions from Rebecca Pratt and Melissa Stephens Not quite 101 years old, a Tualatin icon quietly departed her...

Tualatin Winter Brew Festival returns for 4th Annual Celebration of Craft Brewing

Tualatin’s best event for brews, music and friends is back!  Stickmen Brewing in Tualatin partners with the Tualatin High School PackBackers to...
Delaney Hoyle and Maddie Holly, age 10, at the annual Tualatin Softball Mudslide.

Tualatin Youth Softball Preps for the Coming Season with a Nod to Past Leaders

Hot dry summer nights at the ballfield may feel like a far-off daydream washed in steady winter rain, but the crew at...

Juanita Pohl Center to hold Billiard Tournament Series for Veterans

The City of Tualatin’s Juanita Pohl Center (Tualatin’s Active Aging Center) has partnered with Washington County Disability, Aging and Veterans Services (DAVS)...
Members of the group Norwood For Smart Zoning oppose a potential zone change that would shift zoning in the outlined area from commercial to high density residential.

Grassroots Group Opposes Possible SW Norwood Road Zoning Change

Neighbors of an 8.2-acre property along SW Norwood Road are working to preemptively oppose a coming zone change request that, if passed,...

The Winter Rollercoaster

The post-holiday season… the downhill crumble from the excitement and energy that culminated in what many consider to be winter’s peak. It...

My child has bad acne!  What’s a parent to do?

This is a story about a new solution to an old problem.  If you had moderate to severe acne as a child,...
Hedges Creek Preserve in Tualatin, largely bound by industrial and commercial development, provides habitat for deer, fox, river otter, beaver and great blue herons.

Tualatin among 13 cities suing oregon to halt new climate regulations

Tualatin joined 12 other Oregon cities and one county in a lawsuit against the state seeking to stop or slow the implementation...

Mayor’s Corner: January 2023

2023: Year of Transportation Construction Back in May of 2018 Tualatin voters approved a $20 million bond measure to...