Snow has heavily obscured portions of western Washington County, rapidly clogging area highways.
A survey to gather input from community members, staff, students and other stakeholders in the Forest Grove School District as the district begins a search for a new superintendent has opened as of Monday, January 8.
For thousands of Portland General Electric customers, high winds meant power outages across the region, some overnight and into Tuesday morning.
Washington County has a new circuit court judge as of last week. Hafez Daraee has been a mayor, an Oregon State Bar member for 31 years, and served on the board of the foundation that operates Gales Creek Camp.
An upcoming event hosted by the Banks Public Library will see Anne Berblinger of Gales Meadow Farm joining forces with Forest Grove’s Charlene Murdock, of Foodways at Nana Cardoon, for a hands-on class on harvesting and saving heirloom seeds.
Catch live music at two venues this weekend and next in Gales Creek.
On July 1, 2024, a new superintendent will have their first day on the job, leading the administration of schools in Gales Creek, Dilley, Cornelius, and Forest Grove. But before that, a series of interviews, outreach, meetings, and more will be held to find the next Forest Grove School District superintendent.
In 1924, Gales Creek started off strong with yet another moonshine still being raided near Soda Springs Road. This and more in the news clips from one century ago. (No subscription required for this one-Happy New Year!)
Dozens of free hikes sponsored by Oregon State Parks are on the books to ring in the new year.
In 1923, oats led the way in rural Washington County, while filberts were a growing market. This and more in the news of a century ago.