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Academic Trailblazers Pass Away
Optometrists L. Allen Fors and William R. Baldwin died February 3 and February 14, respectively.
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Sidewalk construction near Harvey Clarke Elementary delayed, Gaston School Board meeting, Banks School District budget committee: School Notes
Gaston students head towards the Jr/Sr High. The district's board meeting is March 13. This is part of a series of short posts titled "school notes," with the goal of sharing updates on education news, events and themes.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
The Courier Mailer
Michael Mallery trial: Defense case continues for Pacific University vice president accused of sex abuse
Defense attorney Richard Cohen has indicated in court that the girls' reports of abuse are not valid and stem from a bad relationship between Mallery and their mother.
Editorial comment: Response to chapel proposal
It's very likely that Seattle Pacific University is going to start requiring chapel for students, faculty, staff and administrators.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Contact Lens Spectrum
Contact Lens Case Reports
She underwent a penetrating keratoplasty OS only at age 43. She has since struggled with a wide range of corneal lens designs.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
The Forest Grove News-Times
In our culture-wartorn landscape, "science" could be added to that old adage about maintaining harmony by never discussing politics or religion.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
The Courier Mailer
Forest Grove, Banks school board meeting previews, Gaston basketball recap: School Notes
This is part of a series of short posts titled "school notes," with the goal of sharing updates on education news, events and themes.
Trial continues for Michael Mallery, Pacific University vice president charged with child sex abuse
Mallery, 48, went to trial Wednesday in Washington County Circuit Court on five counts of first-degree sexual abuse.
The Honolulu Advertiser
Hanohano reprimanded, warned about future misconduct
Souki told Hanohano in a letter released publicly by the House that he found the complaints against her by a Hawaii Pacific University student and by staff at the state Department of Land and Natural Resources to be valid.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
'50 Theme Songs In Under 5 Minutes', Kiwanis annual breakfast and FEAST: Forest Grove...
Want to hear "50 Theme Songs in Under 5 Minutes"? Check out music and comedy duo Dakaboom at Pacific University at 7:30 p.m. tonight and cross your fingers that they sing "Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?" song.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Michael Mallery, Pacific University vice president, on trial in child sex abuse case
Michael Mallery, vice president of Pacific University in Forest Grove, went to trial Wednesday on charges of sex abuse involving two child relatives.
Chamber auction brings in about $35,000 - Wednesday, 05 March 2014 10:34
A year after the Forest Grove Chamber of Commerce agreed to merge with Cornelius, only 15 of Cornelius' 400-some businesses have joined the organization.
TABOR: Tabor hires experienced cross-country coach
Tabor College announced Thursday that it has hired Eric Schwab as the new cross-country coach and assistant track coach.
The Dining Room a series of vignettes
Andrew Haskell/THE FALCON Junior Gabe Adams and Senior Laura Nile act in The Dining Room, in McKinley Hall's studio theatre.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
On Native GroundTHE $700 Billion Mistake
The Sunbird Conservatives, a student group, put out some pro-McCain literature at a recruiting table at Fresno Pacific University a week ago.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Read Across America at Dilley Elementary, Forest Grove career conference, upcoming 70th anniversary for Viking alumni: School Notes
Students listen as Forest Grove Fire Chief Michael Kinkade reads "Oh, the Places You'll Go" by Dr. Seuss Feb. 28. This is part of a series of short posts titled "school notes," with the goal of sharing updates on education news, events and themes.
Tickets Now Available for Good Friday Breakfast with Keynote Speaker Gayle Beebe
Dr. Gayle Beebe, Westmont College's eighth president, will be the keynote speaker at the 37th Annual Good Friday Breakfast on April 18, and tickets are now available.
The Honolulu Advertiser
HPU joins group seeking to double number of U.S. students abroad
Hawaii Pacific University students, from left, Sami Alamran, Salam Alrakah, Mohammed Bahaffi, Naif Alquthami, Abdul Karem Alarifi and Sultan Alghamdi posed for their Saudi Student Club Advisor Shirley Zhuang at HPU's 29th annual Intercultural Day at Fort Street Mall last year.