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There are 41 students in teacher Holly Dottarar's freshman English class at Glencoe High in Hillsboro.
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Kids from the Inukai Family Boys & Girls Club in Hillsboro enjoy a January 2014 visit with the Seattle Mariners.
Dojie, a 9-year-old river rescue dog, had her eye surgically removed March 5 after being hit in Hillsboro by a Washington County Animal Control Officer the previous week.
A massage therapist is accused of sexually abusing a teen girl and Washington County deputies believe there may be more victims.
The Tualatin Valley Rock and Gem Club is hosting its annual Rock and Mineral show, which featured Fred Flinstone in years past.
There's no doubt that the Cover Oregon website has been dogged with problems since it launched last October, but the exchange's IT problems are overshadowing a major policy success.
Liliana Luna, 23, of Hillsboro took part in the May 1, 2012 rally for immigrant rights.
The awards ceremony, along with reception, entertainment and dinner, are set for 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 22, at NW Events & Environments, 2900 N.W. 229th Ave., Suite 100, Hillsboro.
Laika, Phil Knight's Hillsboro animation studio, issued a new trailer today for its forthcoming feature film - "The Boxtrolls."
Bethany's Team AFOOFA helped start a Lego robotics program in Hillsboro two years go.
Mel Finegan, 80, of Finegan Farms Inc., has seen a lot of rain in his decades of farming.
Hillsboro School District officials, including board chairwoman Kim Strelchun, in green T-shirt, and Superintendent Mike Scott behind her, wait to see the results of the bond measure, which ultimately failed on election night last November.
Hillsboro resident Michael O. Stevens is the newest member of the Argus Community Writers program.
Lawmakers in Salem are rushing to complete a so-called land-use grand bargain before the 2014 Legislature ends on March 5. Hearings on the agreement were expected this week.
A mosaic titled "Frog" is part of a set of mosaic pavers designed by Hillsboro artist Lynn Adamo for the remodeled Shute Park branch library, scheduled to reopen Saturday, March 15. The pavers are based on nature and Native American art themes and put together by community volunteers.