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Tigard News In Brief: July 2020

Council thanks first youth city councilor, Meghan Turley The City Council on June 16 unanimously passed a resolution thanking...

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Oregon’s classic salmon license plate gets a new look

A new salmon plate design will be on the road September 1st, with limited time left to purchase classic salmon plate design

Tigard continues drive-thru graduation for Class of 2021

Last year, Tigard High School saw its first iteration of what they called their drive-thru graduation for the class of 2020. Seniors,...

Tigard High hosts special Senior Celebration for 2021 Graduates

After a trying school year in which the vast majority of time for both students and staff was spent at home, Tigard...
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King City Manager Mike Weston chats with a city employee in the police parking lot while in the background, City Hall is undergoing a total transformation with construction slated to be completed in April.

King City Urban Growth Boundary takes shape

As a prospective developer watches Mike Weston’s computer monitor, the King City city manager moves his cursor over a map of properties within the...

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Tigard High School 40th Reunion

1979 was a mighty fine year! KGON and KISN ruled the airwaves. Disco sucked (or did it?)  Washington Square was new had Farrells! We...