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  • Mariota takes 'mental pictures' as Ducks take down Colorado favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - EUGENE — Marcus Mariota still wasn't announcing Saturday that he would depart Oregon after his junior season for the NFL, despite all signs pointing to the star quarterback having played his final game at Autzen Stadium in the Ducks' 44-10 win against Colorado. "If this...
  • A Mariota-fest again at Autzen favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Oregon QB shines, as Ducks cruise past Colorado EUGENE — Marcus Mariota added to his place in Oregon lore, Royce Freeman kept scoring touchdowns and the Oregon Ducks rolled past Colorado 44-10 Saturday afternoon at Autzen Stadium. Mariota threw three TD passes, dashed for a...
  • Urban Forestry Summit coming to Tualatin favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Tualatin Riverkeepers and others to discuss existing tree codes Look around any given town in Oregon, and chances are youÂ’ll see trees. Trees between sidewalks and roads, trees at the entrances of businesses, trees in the backyards of homes. What few people often think about...
  • Progress Ridge neighbors, merchants concerned about parking garage favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Resident appeals OK of two-story structure SheÂ’s not a Progress Ridge Town Center merchant, but Beaverton resident Sarah Yahna feels strongly enough about the character and feel of her neighborhood shopping, dining and leisure destination to want to stick her neck out in opposition to...
  • Beaverton, Hillsboro fugitives arrested after car, foot chase favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Two men face charges including burglary, hit-and-run, drug posession Two male fugitives wanted by U.S. marshals, one a Beaverton resident and another from Hillsboro, were arrested Thursday following a high-speed car chase that started in Bethany and ended on foot near Northwest 158th Avenue and...
  • Police search for hit-and-run driver favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Motorist in Dodge truck struck bicyclist and fled scene Tigard Police are investigating a hit and run after a bicyclist was struck by a truck on Southwest North Dakota Street on Wednesday. According to police, Brian Bledsoe, 37, of Beaverton, was riding a bicycle along...
  • Author to discuss book with Beaverton City Library group favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - 'Shape of the Eye' is about family and raising a child with Down syndrome “Pacific Northwest Reading CafĂ©,” a newly launched book and reading group at the Beaverton City Library, 12375 S.W. Fifth St., will feature a guest appearance by Corvallis author George Estreich, author...
  • Man indicted after Best Mart robbery arrest favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Store owners slowed suspect's progress before he fled police A man who apparently planned to steal two beers from a convenience store in Beaverton got far more than he expected when the storeÂ’s owners fought back. A Washington County Grand Jury on Thursday indicted Solomon...
  • Remembering Cathy Stanton: 'A heck of a lady' favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Memorial service is Sunday for passionate city leader, volunteer Cathy Stanton was never employed as a librarian, but based on her devotion to the Beaverton City Library — and time she spent there as a volunteer — a regular patron could be forgiven for assuming...
  • California man arrested on credit card counterfeit charges favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Police find credit card-making equipment, gift cards in hotel room A California man arrested in Beaverton over the weekend was running a “sophisticated counterfeit credit card operation,” Officer Mike Rowe, a Beaverton Police Department spokesman, confirmed Tuesday. Police arrested Thomas Geter, 40, of California, after...
  • Questions remain, but free full-day kindergarten is a go favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Staffing costs and teacher-student ratios need adjusting Registration is now open for free, full-day kindergarten at all elementary schools in the Beaverton School District, with sessions starting in September 2015. The kindergarten day will be the same length as first through fifth grades. Based on...
  • Not leaving it alone favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Volunteer groups fan out to help tidy Vose neighbors' yards As a volunteer coordinator, David Daly knows a thing or two about motivating kids to rake up leaves and yard debris on a cold, crisp Saturday morning. "I told them before I got here they...
  • Meals on Wheels People hosts Thanksgiving dinners favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Meals on Wheels People will deliver more than 1,000 turkey dinners to homebound seniors on Thanksgiving Day. The organization will also host community Thanksgiving dinners at several locations in the area. “A traditional holiday meal with turkey and all the trimmings will be delivered by...
  • Apollos battle to the very end against Tigard favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - TIGARD — The challenge certainly was daunting. But the Sunset High School football team wasnÂ’t about to back down from it. The early deficit very well could have been demoralizing. But not to the Apollos. With its season on the line, Sunset was determined...
  • Along for the ride favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Forward Stride volunteer earns regional award for work with therapeutic riding clients What is a good mother to do with a restless middle school-aged daughter who shies away from traditional after-school activities such as soccer, basketball and band? As Kathy Kelley quickly found out, riding...
  • BACK-TO-BACK CHAMPS favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Valiants take consecutive state titles in two different classifications It doesnÂ’t matter if youÂ’re 3A or 4A. Small student body or large, makes no difference. Gusting winds and wintry temperatures as the playing habitat? No need to fret. The Valley Catholic girlsÂ’ soccer team can...
  • Harvest Market supports Basket of Joy food and toy drive favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Saturday marks the end of the regular 2014 season of the Beaverton Farmers Market, but it also opens the Basket of Joy food and toy drive for the Tualatin Valley Gleaners, which partners with the Oregon Food Bank. Held in conjunction with the Beaverton Cares...
  • Brisbee garners second Metro MVP award favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Two years ago, Austin Brisbee was a sophomore superstar on WestviewÂ’s JV team, learning the WildcatsÂ’ no-rest, no-letup offensive, patiently biding his time to shine on the varsity level. Two seasons later, the spiral-flinging, searingly accurate signal caller has found himself in rarefied air....
  • Skyhawk water polo fights, can't make it four straight favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - The mighty has fallen. Three-time defending state boysÂ’ water polo champion Southridge came within striking distance of a rarefied fourth consecutive title on Saturday against archrival Newberg. Yet, the tormenting Tigers — motivated by three straight state championship setbacks at the hands of the...
  • 66-year-old travelers share tales from Route 66 jaunt favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - In-laws traveled 'America's Main Street' in 1966 Thunderbird Joe Roberts and Jim Pickett have heard the EaglesÂ’ infamous line about “standing on a corner in Winslow, Arizona,” from “Take It Easy” countless times since the song emerged in the summer of 1972, but they never...
  • Jesuit, Tigard prepared for quarterfinal clash favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Prizefights such as FridayÂ’s Jesuit-Tigard sure-to-be 15-round bout are normally saved for state championship games, not quarterfinal contests. Be that as it may, the Crusaders and Tigers — two talent-rich, blue-blooded programs with similar storied traditions, legendary coaches and deep rosters — will clash...
  • Skyhawks maximize potential, reach second round favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - The tears stung for a few minutes in West SalemÂ’s bone-chilling setting on Friday night. Sudden ends to seasons in the second round of the postseason always burn regardless of how much of an underdog a team is going into the contest. Southridge unquestionably...
  • Bicyclist killed in crash at Cornell and Barnes roads favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Kirke Johnson, 70, of Portland, collided with FedEx truck driven by Gresham man A Portland resident riding a recumbent bicycle died of injuries on Thursday morning following a crash at Northwest Cornell Road and Barnes Road in Cedar Mill. Washington County sheriff's deputies responded to...
  • Mayor praises Frontier for 1-gigabit service speed upgrade favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Digital service provider connects to 26,000 homes in Beaverton Cable TV and Internet service provider Frontier Communications recently announced 1 gigabit speeds are now available to residences in select Beaverton neighborhoods. Beaverton Mayor Denny Doyle recently met with Jeanne Danielson, Frontier's general manager of Washington...
  • Retaining history through architecture favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - The Aloha Farmhouse earns place on the National Register due to its 1940s remodel from renowned architect Pietro Belluschi On the corner of the doorframe inside the kitchen pantry are faint pencil markings that youÂ’d be lucky to notice if you didnÂ’t know they were...
  • Student is 'a perfect fit' for Doernbecher fundraiser favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Tigard student turns cancer diagnosis into Nike apparel line. Tim Haarmann isnÂ’t your average 15-year-old. What high school sophomores, after all, have their own clothing line? Haarmann, a Tigard resident who attends Jesuit High School, is one of six young designers selected to contribute to...
  • Friday's winners and losers favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - WINNERS Blazers Portland 105, Chicago 87 • Portland is 9-3 overall, 8-1 at home and has won six in a row after the victory at Moda Center on Friday night. Winterhawks Portland 4, Kelowna 3 • Portland rallied from a 3-0 deficit and knocked off the WHL-leading...
  • Union Gospel Mission prepares Thanksgiving baskets for area hungry favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Volunteers at PortlandÂ’s Union Gospel Mission have been busy. On Saturday, volunteers with the organization put together 500 Thanksgiving food baskets for the hungry, which they plan to distribute next week. A network of churches and organizations will join the mission in distributing the meals...
  • IN PHOTOS: Central Catholic clubs Lions favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Central Catholic marched into the Class 6A semifinals Friday, beating West Linn 42-7 in a quarterfinals game at Hillsboro Stadium. The defending state champion Rams will meet Sheldon next week. Tigard and West Salem are set to play in the other Oregon School Activities Association...
  • Portland Police arrest 16-year-old in August shooting favicon Portland Tribune (Yesterday) - Boy charged with attempted murder for shooting outside Shady Lady Tavern. Portland Police have arrested a 16-year-old boy in connection with an August shooting outside a Northeast Portland bar. On Friday, Nov. 21, members of Portland Police BureauÂ’s Gang Enforcement Team arrested the boy at...

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