Sukkah to Your Door

Sukkot is a week-long Jewish holiday typically filled with community events and family parties, alongside traditional rituals. On account of COVID-19, however,...

Mask-Making Efforts Lead to $5,900 in Donations

As the owner of Gentog for the past 12 ½ years, Marcie Jones was used to keeping a lot of plates spinning...

Council Looks to Boost Pandemic Aid for Vulnerable Residents

The economic challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic show few signs of lessening in the immediate future.  In response,...

Is Telemedicine Here to Stay?

So much has changed so fast with the arrival of the Sars-CoV-2 (COVID-19) pandemic.  With the early shutdowns and uncertainty how the...
Tigard Police

Valuable Tips for Police Investigations

Nearly 50 tips came in through email, social media and by phone after Tigard Police issued a press release about an attempted...

Emergency Preparedness

Why should you be prepared for an emergency? FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Agency) says that: “Being prepared can...

There are No Benefits to Light Rail in Tigard – Vote No on Measure...

In My Opinion - Tigard Life welcomes Letters to the Editor on various topics affecting Tigard. Letters should be limited to 500...

City Manager Marty Wine Departs after Nearly 9 Years

Tigard has changed over the last decade, and a good part of the credit goes to City Manager Marty Wine, who is...
Jason Snider, Mayor's Corner

Mayor’s Corner – October 2020

As Americans, we have the opportunity and privilege of voting. Not only is it our right, it is our duty. It’s a...

The Home Loan Timeline

We know that buying a home is one of the most important transactions of your life. We also understand that it can...