Hillsboro News Times

Hillsboro News Times The Hillsboro News-Times is a weekly newspaper serving the cities of Hillsboro and North Plains, Ore., and western Washington County. The Hillsboro News-Times is a weekly newspaper serving the communities of Hillsboro and North Plains, Oregon, and rural Washington County.
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The News-Times is published every Friday, with breaking news available online every day at www.hillsboronewstimes.com. You can also follow the News-Times on Twitter at: www.twitter.com/HillsboroNT The News-Times office is located at 2038 Pacific Ave., in Forest Grove. Have a story idea? Contact Editor Geoff Pursinger at 503-357-3181 or email [email protected]. The paper is owned by Pamplin Media Group, which also publishes the Portland Tribune, the Forest Grove News-Times and more than 20 other Oregon newspapers. To advertise in Hillsboro News-Times or any of the Pamplin Media Group’s products, including our website, contact Publisher Nikki DeBuse at 503-357-3181 or email [email protected], or Advertising Manager Toni Ashby, 971-762-1167, or email [email protected]

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The Washington County Sheriff's Office cited, searched or arrested 32% of the Latinx people it stopped compared to only ...
12/09/2020
Portland Tribune

The Washington County Sheriff's Office cited, searched or arrested 32% of the Latinx people it stopped compared to only 26.6% of white people.

Do you support tolls on Interstate 205? ODOT has taken another big step toward tolling I-205
12/08/2020
Portland Tribune

Do you support tolls on Interstate 205? ODOT has taken another big step toward tolling I-205

OSAA moves high school sports back start to February, keeps three-season plan. Altered calendar shortens seasons to six ...
12/07/2020
OSAA moves high school sports back start to February, keeps three-season plan

OSAA moves high school sports back start to February, keeps three-season plan. Altered calendar shortens seasons to six weeks; football practices begin Feb. 8 with first games on March 1. https://pamplinmedia.com/lor/52-sports/490366-394347-osaa-moves-high-school-sports-back-start-to-february-keeps-three-season-plan

Altered calendar shortens seasons to six weeks; football practices begin Feb. 8 with first games on March 1.

The suspect allegedly exposed himself to a boy outside an apartment complex in Aloha and a girl at a Dollar Tree in Hill...
12/07/2020
Hillsboro man arrested for allegedly exposing himself to children

The suspect allegedly exposed himself to a boy outside an apartment complex in Aloha and a girl at a Dollar Tree in Hillsboro two days later.

Surveillance video footage led to the arrest of Brady Overacre after he allegedly exposed himself to childen twice.

A firm hired to review use of force policies, practices and data at the Washington County Sheriff's Office will present ...
12/07/2020
Washington County Sheriff's Office hires firm to review use of force

A firm hired to review use of force policies, practices and data at the Washington County Sheriff's Office will present its findings and make recommendations in April.

Polis Solutions Inc. was awarded a nearly $150,000 contract in November to review policies and data.

With 24 more Oregon lives claimed by COVID on Saturday, Gov. Brown says the worst is yet to come:
12/06/2020
Portland Tribune

With 24 more Oregon lives claimed by COVID on Saturday, Gov. Brown says the worst is yet to come:

Oregon set a new record — with 30 deaths and 2,100 cases — as officials say the disease is growing exponentially and thr...
12/05/2020
Portland Tribune

Oregon set a new record — with 30 deaths and 2,100 cases — as officials say the disease is growing exponentially and threatening to overwhelm the state's hospitals.

SUGGESTED READING BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE PROVIDENCE FOUNDATIONS OF OREGON:Tune in TONIGHT to KATU Channel 2 at 8:30 p.m. ...
12/05/2020

SUGGESTED READING BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE PROVIDENCE FOUNDATIONS OF OREGON:

Tune in TONIGHT to KATU Channel 2 at 8:30 p.m. for Home for the Holidays – our Safeway Providence Festival of Trees Christmas Special.

You’ll learn what it takes to create the incredible trees on display every year, meet some of our talented designers, and enjoy special performances by Storm Large, Amos Lee and Train – all in support of Providence Children’s Health.

SUGGESTED READING FROM PROVIDENCE FOUNDATIONS OF OREGONTune in TONIGHT to KATU Channel 2 at 8:30 p.m. for Home for the H...
12/05/2020

SUGGESTED READING FROM PROVIDENCE FOUNDATIONS OF OREGON
Tune in TONIGHT to KATU Channel 2 at 8:30 p.m. for Home for the Holidays – our Safeway Providence Festival of Trees Christmas Special.

You’ll learn what it takes to create the incredible trees on display every year, meet some of our talented designers, and enjoy special performances by Storm Large, Amos Lee and Train – all in support of Providence Children’s Health.
https://providencefoundations.org/events/safeway-providence-festival-of-trees-portland/homeholidays/

With the first night of Hanukkah less than a week away, the Chabad Jewish Center of Hillsboro is adapting typical celebr...
12/04/2020
Hillsboro's Hanukkah celebration will look different this year

With the first night of Hanukkah less than a week away, the Chabad Jewish Center of Hillsboro is adapting typical celebrations to the pandemic.

The Chabad Jewish Center of Hillsboro will hold a live-streamed menorah lighting and other events due to the pandemic.

Oregon's temporary halt to residential evictions, which has been in effect since spring, would continue to July 1 under ...
12/04/2020
Portland Tribune

Oregon's temporary halt to residential evictions, which has been in effect since spring, would continue to July 1 under a new proposal

Gov. Brown has proposed a $25.6 billion budget for the next two years. That's roughly a $2 billion increase from the las...
12/02/2020
Portland Tribune

Gov. Brown has proposed a $25.6 billion budget for the next two years. That's roughly a $2 billion increase from the last budget

12/02/2020
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SUGGESTED READING FROM OUR FRIENDS WITH PROVIDENCE FOUNDATIONS OF OREGONDid you know Providence Children’s Health which ...
12/02/2020

SUGGESTED READING FROM OUR FRIENDS WITH PROVIDENCE FOUNDATIONS OF OREGON
Did you know Providence Children’s Health which cares for more than 112,000 babies, children and teens every year including thousands with special needs?

You can support this care by participating in the Safeway Providence Festival of Trees online auction and raffles – open now! Start bidding today on amazing items – from wreaths and mini-trees to our spectacular Christmas trees – and you can also purchase tickets for incredible raffle packages including the chance to win your own decked out Festival tree and much more. https://fot2020.ggo.bid/bidding/package-browse

Oregon set an unwelcome new record: 24 additional deaths were reported today, for a total of 936. The state also saw 1,2...
12/01/2020
Portland Tribune

Oregon set an unwelcome new record: 24 additional deaths were reported today, for a total of 936. The state also saw 1,233 new confirmed or presumptive cases.

Four winter shelters across Washington County opened up with 120 beds for homeless people, as the county was forced to c...
12/01/2020
Washington County transitions campers into winter shelters

Four winter shelters across Washington County opened up with 120 beds for homeless people, as the county was forced to close an outdoor camping facility due to weather.

A temporary outdoor camping facility closed early due to cold weather, as winter shelters immediately filled up.

Detectives are awaiting forensic results that may link the suspect to other commercial burglaries in Aloha, the Washingt...
11/30/2020
Suspect in Aloha Baskin Robbins burglary arrested in stolen car

Detectives are awaiting forensic results that may link the suspect to other commercial burglaries in Aloha, the Washington County Sheriff's Office said.

Mauricio Cesar Castro-Moreira, 28, was arrested in a stolen car nearly two weeks after becoming a burglary suspect.

11/30/2020
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Nobody could have predicted all that 2020 has thrown at us, and as we wind down this year, we’re looking to help tell some of those stories through a new podcast. Reporter Gabby Urenda will dig into how the 2020 school year has impacted students of color, who already face uphill battles with test scores and graduation rates.
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Will you support local media? More than 33,000 readers have answered our call to sign up for digital subscriptions — whi...
11/29/2020
Portland Tribune

Will you support local media? More than 33,000 readers have answered our call to sign up for digital subscriptions — which are currently 50% off!

The Oregon Legislature's top leaders disagree about whether lawmakers should meet in a third special session this year, ...
11/28/2020
Portland Tribune

The Oregon Legislature's top leaders disagree about whether lawmakers should meet in a third special session this year, this time under a never-invoked provision for "catastrophic disaster."

Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties are among the 21 in Oregon that will be considered as "extreme risk" for sp...
11/25/2020
Portland Tribune

Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties are among the 21 in Oregon that will be considered as "extreme risk" for spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Twenty more people have died from COVID-19 in Oregon, according to the Oregon Health Authority, and the state also annou...
11/25/2020
Oregon reports 20 new deaths, 1,189 new cases of COVID-19

Twenty more people have died from COVID-19 in Oregon, according to the Oregon Health Authority, and the state also announced 1,189 new cases Wednesday.

The state now has a total of 68,503 cases since the outbreak began, along with 867 deaths.

Among those condemning the lawsuit against the Oregon Cares Fund for Black Relief was Forest Grove / Hillsboro Metro Cou...
11/25/2020
Portland Tribune

Among those condemning the lawsuit against the Oregon Cares Fund for Black Relief was Forest Grove / Hillsboro Metro Councilor Juan Carlos Gonzalez

11/25/2020
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For the past six months, the News-Times of Forest Grove and Hillsboro have been part of a collaboration examining the impact of COVID-19 and distance learning on Oregon’s Latino students. We would like to turn this collaboration of local reporting into a weekly bilingual podcast, which we would also share with Spanish-language broadcast outlets throughout the state.

Detectives believe Brenton Voorhies, driving the getaway truck, pulled a gun on an Autozone employee before driving off.
11/25/2020
Hillsboro man sought for Cedar Mill armed robbery

Detectives believe Brenton Voorhies, driving the getaway truck, pulled a gun on an Autozone employee before driving off.

Washington County detectives believe Brenton Voorhies was driving the getaway truck.

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Forest Grove, OR
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Tuesday 10:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 16:00
Thursday 10:00 - 16:00
Friday 10:00 - 16:00

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The Hillsboro News-Times is a weekly newspaper serving the communities of Hillsboro and North Plains, Oregon, and rural Washington County. The News-Times is published every Wednesday, with breaking news available online every day at www.hillsboronewstimes.com. You can also follow the News-Times on Twitter at: www.twitter.com/HillsboroNT The News-Times office is located at 2038 Pacific Ave., in Forest Grove. Have a story idea? Contact Editor Geoff Pursinger at 503-357-3181 or email [email protected]. The paper is owned by Pamplin Media Group, which also publishes the Portland Tribune, the Forest Grove News-Times and more than 20 other Oregon newspapers. To advertise in Hillsboro News-Times or any of the Pamplin Media Group’s products, including our website, contact Publisher Nikki DeBuse at 503-357-3181 or email [email protected], or Advertising Manager Toni Ashby, 503-357-3181, or email [email protected].

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