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The Foundation for Tigard-Tualatin Schools Kicks Off Annual Fundraiser

“The struggle is real.” This is a phrase being repeated by our students this year. The...

Students to Return to Schools, In-person Classes for Elementary Students

Tigard and Tualatin students could be headed back to school later this month, at least in limited numbers, as school staff receive...

Tualatin’s First Virtual CIO Annual Meeting

Last November, Martinazzi Woods Community Involvement Organization (CIO) held its first virtual annual meeting on Zoom. Usually, CIO annual meetings are held...

Rotary Cares About Washington County Residents

The Tualatin Rotary Club has been committed to the advancement of local residents for the last thirty-five years.  In 2020, COVID-19 tried...

Tualatin Valley Elks Step Up for the Christmas Holiday

It should come as no surprise that the need for generosity and giving has reached new heights in 2020. 

Bridgeport Regal Cinemas Faces Eviction After Failing to Pay Rent for...

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

Women Now in the Majority on City Council

Earlier this month, three new councilors were sworn onto the Tualatin City Council. Tualatin Life had the opportunity to ask each of...

It Took a Pandemic for School Choice to Shine

As the Coronavirus descended last March, we moved the 220 students and staff at MITCH Charter School, the only public charter elementary...

Local Churches Provide Sanctuary from the Cold

The winter season is always hard on our neighbors who do not have shelter. Being outside during cold, rainy, nasty weather is...

City COVID-19 Relief Grant Funding Still Open to Local Businesses

The City of Tualatin has found itself this fall in the strange position of having trouble giving away no-strings-attached aid money to...
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