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6 hrs ago | The Oregonian
Looking down from a nearby hill, the Ananda College buildings leave a large footprint in the small community of Laurelwood.
Should all gun buyers receive a background check?
Should we change our lifestyles to help reduce global warming?
10 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Six Washington County warming shelters will again open their doors this week with sub-freezing temperatures and possibly snow hitting the area .
Forest Grove Police Chief Janie Schutz, right, raised 1,435.69, nearly double the amount Fire Chief Michael Kinkade and Mayor Pete Truax raised combined.
Forest Grove City Council will consider Waste Management rate increases, city code changes and land annexation in the Dec. 9 meeting.
Students sit in the classroom, listening to their teacher for the most part. Concentration isn't easy for most five- and six-year-olds, though, especially when they have to do it quietly.
S.O.S. is hosted by Sonrise Church but has volunteers from many other churches to prepare the meals and stay overnight.
Forest Grove Fire Chief Michael Kinkade, right, will face off against Police Chief Janie Schutz and Mayor Peter Truax in the city's second annual Salvation Army bell-ringing competition on Saturday, Dec. 7. Forest Grove Police Chief Janie Schutz, Fire Chief Michael Kinkade, and Mayor Peter Truax will each stand in front of red kettles, and, bells ... (more)
DECEMBER 3, 2013 - The Cornelius Christmas tree won't be lighted until Friday but decorating the tree is well underway.
Five members of the Cornelius Fire Department were recognized Monday during a City Council meeting for their role in helping a woman, Shanell Proctor, deliver her baby boy in her car, the department said.
Every other year, a little bit of Dilley transforms into Storybook Lane during the holidays.
Eleven students at Forest Grove's Joseph Gale Elementary School were evaluated Dec. 4 after they ate ice-melting pellets that were on the ground around campus.
Smashed glass littered the windows and doorways of three Pacific Avenue businesses on Black Friday after Washington County got hit with a string of post-Thanksgiving burglaries last week.
Jessie Hixon and Arlo Gann rehearse a scene from "Shakespeare on Trial" at Gaston Jr/Sr High School.