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Drivers heading east on Tualatin Valley Highway may catch the occasional glimpse of Mount Hood, but far more often they see only taillights and bumpers.
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Ken Norris, the opening chef at Riffle NW , the since-closed Pearl District seafood restaurant, has spent the past year fishing, falling deeper in love with Oregon and, he hopes, figuring out what makes Portland's restaurant scene tick.
Two-plus years of commuting to Hillsboro comes to an end after today. Argus Opinion Editor George Rede says the daily ride exposed him to a range of behaviors and a cast of interesting characters.
Hawthorne Boulevard's having a street fair , and that means Happy Knits is ready to whoop it up.
The giant coastal redwoods are so high in tanins, that they have no known pest: Just too high in tanins.
Aloha High football field sits complete but empty on August 14 about 10 days after it was expected to be ready for play.
Oregon Health & Science University just boosted its capacity for "big data" biomedical research with a new geodesic-dome-shaped data center on its West Campus.
THPRD's annual summer concert brought thousands to Beaverton to see The Robert Cray Band, Shemekia Copeland and Thad Beckman on Saturday, Aug. 9. Sen. Elizabeth Steiner Hayward: Oregon State Sen. Elizabeth Steiner Hayward spoke about Cover Oregon and medical marijuana at a Citizen Participation Organization 6 meeting in Aloha last week.
Beaverton City Council on Tuesday will vote on an agreement that clears part of the path to expansion of Nike's sprawling Washington County campus.
Saturday night will get smoother as five-time Grammy Award winner Robert Cray takes the stage as the headliner in Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District's fourth annual Groovin' on the Grass concert.
A 36-year-old man faces criminal charges after allegedly using counterfeit credit cards to pay for stays at hotels in Beaverton, Portland and Vancouver.
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Updated: Tue Aug 19, 2014 09:56 pm
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