Annual political rivalry on Tualatin River ends with first-time race winner

Annual political rivalry on Tualatin River ends with first-time race winner

State representatives Doherty and Davis compete in mile race for bragging rights Politics can be...

New King City business is going to the dogs

New King City business is going to the dogs

Corinna Stouffair has always loved dogs, and they ended up becoming her careers Corinna Stouffair...

TVF&R King City Station 35 captain leaves after nine years

TVF&R King City Station 35 captain leaves after nine years

Troy Spisla is moving to Station 60 on Northwest Cornell Road Aug. 1 will be both a sad and happy...

TVF&R chief presents annual report to the King City City Council

TVF&R chief presents annual report to the King City City Council

Mike Duyck brings council members up to speed on fire district statistics Tualatin Valley Fire &...

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August 27, 2015

Decades-old Sherwood railroad trestle nearly destroyed by fire

by Geoff Pursinger
TVF&R investigates what caused the 85-year-old train trestle to burn Days after it began, smoke still rose from the smoldering remains of the Portland & Western Railroad train trestle in…
August 27, 2015

King City has openings on City Council and Planning Commission

by Barbara Sherman
Two councilors and three commissioners are needed to fill empty seats The King City City Council has another opening: City Manager Dave Wells announced at the Aug. 19 council meeting that City…
August 27, 2015

Pacific Highway project in Tigard is coming along right on…

by Contributor
Drivers going through the area can see almost daily progress on $10.9 million project Construction has been underway all summer on the Oregon Department of Transportation project to improve…
BARBARA SHERMAN - In a four-way handshake following the announcement that all four KCCA members were retained, audience members congratulate Mike Whitmarsh (left) and Denny Gelfand (second from left).
July 30, 2015

KCCA residents practice 'democracy in action' during recall…

by Barbara Sherman
They reject recall of four board members by 3-to-1 ratio About 400 civic-minded King City Civic Association residents showed up at the Clubhouse on July 7 to participate in a recall election of…
BARBARA SHERMAN - Beth Freeman, who is already a teacher and faculty advisor at Portland State University and runs her own consulting business, is the new part-time King City Civic Association administrator, replacing J. Pat Moore.
July 30, 2015

New KCCA administrator's first day was day before recall…

by Barbara Sherman
Chance connection leads Beth Freeman to her new position in King City Kismet is the only word to describe how new King City Civic Association Administrator Beth Freeman came to the job. The…
July 30, 2015

Medical marijuana dispensary is coming to King City area

by Barbara Sherman
New owners plan for former Lil Brick Deli site to be open for business by October A new medical marijuana dispensary will be opening this fall in the former Lil Brick Deli location on Pacific…
July 30, 2015

Suzan Turley leaves King City and resigns from City Council

by Barbara Sherman
Longtime city councilor sells her home and can't find an apartment within the city limits King City City Councilor Suzan Turley resigned from the position July 1, saying in an email to the mayor…
July 30, 2015

King City's garbage rates are going up slightly

by Barbara Sherman
Pride Disposal has raised rates in Tigard, and now King City's are increasing too King City residents will see a small rate increase in their Pride Disposal Company bills as Summerfield…
July 30, 2015

King City council decides to adopt rules for its conduct

by Barbara Sherman
'Issue has never come up before,' one councilor says King City councilors have been put on notice to be on their best behavior going forward after they voted 5 to 0 at the July 1 meeting to…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - The Moving Wall visits Camden, Tenn., in 2011.
July 20, 2015

Milwaukie parade to honor Vietnam service, Moving Memorial Wall

by Raymond Rendleman
On Saturday, July 25, American Legion Post 180 and the Milwaukie Rotary Club will help organize the city of Milwaukie’s Honoring Military Service & Sacrifice Parade that coincides with the 50th…

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