Dance Like a Star!

Ever watch your favorite dance show and think, “I wish I could do that!”? You don’t need to know how to dance before you...

Mayor John L. Cook: ‘It was important to get involved in...

John L. Cook, who is retiring at the end of the year after serving as Tigard’s mayor for six years, knew he wanted to...

Kathy Norris Crochets over 200 Blankets for Veterans

  Kathy Norris started crocheting blankets called afghans for Military Veterans over nine years ago. For one lap blanket, it takes her 72 hours...

Medicare: Getting your money’s worth

Thankfully, all of the political ads are over for this year and on December 7th, most of the ads regarding Medicare Insurance will end...

Food Variety For Your Cats & Dogs: Is It The “Spice...

If you have a dog or cat, it’s likely that you have heard somewhere that once you find a food that works for your...

Diabetes in Cats and Dogs

Learning your dog or cat has diabetes can be overwhelming. The learning curve is steep and there is often a sense of urgency, particularly...

Shelter at Last!

After a long wait, students at Mary Woodward Elementary finally parked their bikes under new covered parking last month.  The two structures were built...

Tips to Reduce OR Eliminate Heel Pain

By Dr. William F. Faddock, DPM and Sylvia Doctor, Board Certified Pedorthist If you wake up in the morning, step out of bed and feel...

More Than Lupus helping this Holiday Season

By  Kelli Roseta, More Than Lupus “The marvelous richness of human experience would lose something of rewarding joy if there were no limitations to overcome....

Be A Hunger Hero: Volunteers Needed at Bethlehem House of Bread

For many, December signals a time of reflection and an opportunity to look ahead to the New Year. If you’ve been looking for a...

‘Tis the Season of Colds and Flu

Winter brings the season of candy canes, holiday music, evergreen and sparkling lights.  Unfortunately it also brings the season of colds and flu. We...

Annie Spiak: Hats & Hearts

  People in need will be a bit warmer this winter because of Tigard resident, Annie Spiak. For the past few years, she has been...

Tigard Rotary Club Helps Purchase Ambulance for Chwele

Members of the Rotary Club of Tigard gathered recently for dinner at the home of Paul and Judy Miller. They were there to celebrate...

A Park is Born

By  Heather Coston, Community Engagement Coordinator You know that wooded lot that looks like a scary jungle of prickly blackberry bushes, and overgrown weeds? If...

Calvin’s Art Gallery Presenting Third Art Exhibit

By  Dee Rommel, TIGARD LIFE Calvin’s new Art Gallery is excited to present it’s third fine art exhibit which runs for the months of December...

Community Awards Nominations and Scholarship Applications opening soon for Tigard Shining...

The annual Shining Stars Community Awards Celebration (now in its’ 45th year) will be held this year on Friday May 3rd.  This gala event ...

Treasures of the Sea Opens in Tigard

Treasures of the Sea may have opened just two months ago, but it is already making a splash in the heart of Tigard. The...

Tigard Police Adopts Procedural Justice Principles

By Stefanie Kouremetis, Community Engagement Program Coordinator Most people will not write a commendation for an officer who issues them a speeding ticket.  One motorist, who...

Tigard Mayor John Cook’s Last Mayor’s Corner

Well the time has come to end my term as Mayor. The last six years have gone by fast and this is my last...

Volunteers Fill Backpacks for Intern’s First Day of Work

Well and Good Coffee House hosted Omega Espresso Bar (OEB) as the group of volunteers packed backpacks for OEB’s interns’ first day of work...