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10 hrs ago | The Oregonian
The city of Cornelius has reached a settlement with a Hillsboro police detective who filed a tort claim alleging a Cornelius lieutenant caused her distress during an after an off-duty road rage incident in 2012.
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14 hrs ago | The Oregonian
18 hrs ago | The Courier Mailer
Did Washington County Commissioner Bob Terry make an innocent mistake or try to mislead the public when he described his educational background in his 2014 Voters' Pamphlet? Now he's the target of a state investigation .
22 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Dozens of students who live in Forest Grove catch the bus to attend class in Gaston.
Jaiden Hall plays a math game on an iPad at Cornelius Elementary. Sonrise Church donated iPads to the school and will use the school's gym for Sunday church services.
K&S Wholesale owner Scott Page has cleared the vehicles from his lot, but the used car business isn't gone for good.
The former Grendel's restaurant location at 2004 Main St. in Forest Grove will reopen soon as The King's Head.
OCTOBER 10, 2013 - The Cornelius Library is in a small building next to city hall, the police, and the fire department.
Sarah Phillips, a sociology professor at Pacific University in Forest Grove, grew up as the daughter of a college professor and has taught at places as diverse as Yale University, the University of Minnesota and now Pacific.
APRIL 8, 2014 - This is a memorial on the northwest corner of Oregon 47 and Northwest Verboort Road, north of Forest Grove, the scene of the crash that killed two people Monday April 7th.
Sunday's Latino Cultural Festival in downtown Hillsboro drew an estimated 5,000 people - not bad at all for a 10-year birthday party.
When a box truck slammed into his 18-year-old daughter as she drove to Forest Grove last week, Sam Dilla was on the other side of the world, visiting his native South Sudan.
The family of a girl who fell onto the kickstand of her bicycle is suing Tuality Forest Grove Hospital for $850,000, claiming that a doctor brushed off the girl's injury as a bruise and didn't give her antibiotics that could have prevented flesh-eating bacteria from attacking her.
Long-time friends Dorothy Calhoun, left, of Cornelius, and Betty Smith, visiting from Goodyear, Ariz., came out to Harleman Park lasy July a city-hosted ice cream social.
Delaney Aleshire works on her iPad during science class. With the devices, the class has gone paperless.
No one was injured in the crash at Oregon 47 and Southwest Spring Hill Road, said Sgt.