Washington County’s government has a new website, unveiled officially to the public Monday.
Tina Kotek, Betsy Johnson and Christine Drazan sparred before an audience of college students at OSU-Cascades Tuesday evening.
The city of Banks is accepting nominations for the 2022 Banks Citizenship Award with a deadline of September 30.
Rain has finally doused the region, and fire danger in Oregon Department of Forestry-protected lands in and around the Tillamook Forest is now listed at “moderate” as of Wednesday, but that doesn’t mean the risk is gone.
The Oregon State Police are seeking public help in finding the killer—or killers— of a bull elk shot with a rifle on private property just outside of Vernonia last week.
In this column, we take a look back one hundred years ago in western Washington County. This week, a “tin lizzie” collision with a motorcycle, the Banks Hog and Dairy Show starts, and more from 1922.
A three-acre wildfire near Timber is under control, Banks Fire District 13 said.
Oregon’s housing shortage is worse today than it was before the start of the Covid pandemic, a state economist told lawmakers Wednesday during a hearing to discuss ways of easing the statewide crunch.
Completion of a project to replace the 85-year-old bridge over West Fork Dairy Creek just outside Banks city limits has been delayed without a known reopening date, ODOT said Thursday.
Four positions on the Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Directors are up for election this year, and there will be several familiar names to western Washington County readers on the ballot on November 8.