Since Nov. 7, Brian Stout, R-Columbia City, has been subject to a five-year order of protection from a former campaign volunteer who reported that he had sexually assaulted her and threatened her life. A Columbia County judge will continue hearing arguments over whether the order should remain in place later this spring.
A crash near the summit of the Coast Range on Highway 6 Saturday has resulted in a closure at milepost 33 until law enforcement and road crews can clear the crash and ODOT deems the highway safe to travel on.
Kotek plans to declare a homelessness state of emergency and sign an executive order calling for more housing on her first full day in office Tuesday.
Forest Grove Fire & Rescue took nearly 5,000 calls in 2022, with about 13% of them in the Forest Grove Rural Fire Protection District, which includes Gales creek, Glenwood, Dilley, and more.
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Live in Gales Creek, qualify for SNAP benefits, and pay for garbage and recycle service directly? You may qualify for 75% off your garbage bill.
More than 40% of Oregon adults say the state’s forests are overlogged, but most also believe that harvesting timber is part of maintaining healthy forests, according to a recent survey.
In Washington County, constituents will have an opportunity to see, hear from, and ask questions of Oregon’s senior Senator Thursday, January 12, starting at 2 pm at the Conestoga Recreation
Center, located in Beaverton at 9985 SW 125th Ave.
Rep. Julie Fahey, D-Eugene and the House majority leader, recently met with White House officials and more than dozen lawmakers from other states to discuss a housing crisis that exists across the nation but is felt most acutely on the West Coast.
As Oregon gears up for a legislative session in two weeks, several local legislators will be sworn in January 9. Find out who’s representing your interests in Salem.