Activists Gather in Downtown Tigard to Protest Police Killing

After Tigard Police officers shot dead a man reportedly experiencing a mental health crisis Wednesday night, protesters took to the streets the...

Bridgeport Regal Cinemas Faces Eviction After Failing to Pay Rent for...

The COVID-19 pandemic looks poised to potentially claim another giant of the entertainment industry, and this time around, the impact could be...

Educators Adapt to Teaching in a Pandemic

UPDATE – Jan. 15, 2021 Although Governor Kate Brown announced on Dec. 23 that she would give Oregon school districts local...

Walkers Boost Drivers’ Morale, Help Wildfire Victims

Many people in Tigard have by now noticed two or more men walking primarily around the southeast part of Tigard who enthusiastically...

Tigard-Tualatin Schools Re-Examining Role of Police in Schools

The Tigard-Tualatin School Board is re-examining its relationship with school resource officers, following a wide-ranging investigation into the pros and cons of...

Tigard City Council Selects New City Manager

The City Council concluded a nationwide city manager recruitment by selecting Stephen (Steve) Rymer as Tigard’s next city manager. His first day...

Heidi Lueb Retains Her Council Seat

Heidi Lueb. Tigard City Councilor Heidi Lueb is optimistic about the city’s future and having the opportunity to...

Jeanette Shaw Elected for First Time

Jeanette Shaw. Jeanette Shaw is the new face on the Tigard City Council and although she was just...

Top 4 Veterinary Questions from 2020

Q: Does my pet really need to come in for an exam? A:  Regardless if your pet seems perfectly...

Fate of High School Sports Remains Unclear

As student-athletes throughout the Tigard-Tualatin School District (TTSD) attend practices and workouts through the winter, the fate of high-school sports remains unclear...

Pet Talk: New Year’s Resolutions

As we end the second week of the new year, many of us are steadily working towards our New Year’s resolutions. The...

New Year…New Home?

This past year was a strong year for real estate, even amidst global and local challenges. If you are considering downsizing, re-sizing...

Tigard Senior Housing Project Moves Forward

With housing costs going nowhere but up in the Portland metro area, a planned senior housing project in Tigard should help provide...

Tigard Volunteer Makes Traffic Safety a Priority, Drives New City Speed...

Hit the brakes Tigard residents, neighborhood speed limits are about to get lower. The City of Tigard will soon...

Emergency Preparedness: Storage

As you travel on your preparedness journey, you’ll gradually accumulate items necessary in an emergency. Storing those items securely and in a...

Get Your Mojo Back with 35 Things to Look Forward To

I know many of you have not felt positive about life in general over the past year. Mostly because of a virus...

Mayor’s Corner: January 2021

From exercising more to eating healthier, many of you made a New Year’s resolution for 2021. I also made a resolution, but...

It Pays to Join a Committee When Living in a Community...

In active 55+ communities like Summerfield, King City and Highlands, committees serve important roles to the association process and the Board of...

Do More With Your Mortgage in 2021

Life has been a little unpredictable over the past year, to say the least. However, one positive thing that came out of...

Friends of Tigard Football Online Auction January 28-31

The Friends of Tigard Football is a non-profit group dedicated to supporting the Tigard High School Football...