Want to volunteer to be a firefighter in western Washington County? Both Banks Fire District and Forest Grove Fire & Rescue have openings in their volunteer programs, and more ways to get involved this season.
Drive along Highways 47 and 26 between Banks and Buxton this month and notice heavy equipment working on the site of the proposed Salmonberry Trail?
That’s because the tracks are coming out.
The rescheduled Washington Co. town hall with U.S. Rep. Bonamici has been rescheduled—as a telephone town hall
Those following along with an attempt to hold a town hall in Hillsboro for Washington County constituents of U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici have already seen the event postponed. It’s now scheduled as a telephone and online town hall for November 6 at 6 p.m.
Those looking to score a deal on a used book while aiding the efforts of the friends group supporting the Banks Public Library are in luck: The group has a book sale in the library’s Jane Moore Community Room starting Thursday, November 2.
The Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District will be hosted virtually by a Forest Grove civic group Wednesday evening for an overview of the district’s efforts in rural Washington County.
As part of a county-by-county tour of the state, Oregon Governor Tina Kotek made a visit to Roy on Monday during her Washington County leg, the 33rd portion of the One Oregon Listening Tour.
The comings and goings of people in Banks, Kansas City and more fill this snapshot of life from 1923.
When Eazy Peazy Eatz opens at 8 a.m. Saturday, October 21, it will mark the one year anniversary since the breakfast and lunch cafe opened on Main Street in Banks.
A man hit another man in the face at the racetrack, a driver blew through town at 80 miles per hour, and the Secret Service is investigating a string of counterfeit bills passed in western Washington County.
100 years ago, someone lost their Nash wire wheel “with tire and cover” between Forest Grove, Banks, and Timber.
Was it ever found? Could it still be out there?