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Beaverton’s Super Kids: Meet Super Kids Aia and Callum McInnes

| July 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Beaverton’s Super Kids: Meet Super Kids Aia and Callum McInnes

Highlighting Local Kids Who Excel at School Introducing two super kids who  are doing fantastic in school. Aia is a super student because as a sophmore in ACMA, she completed the math program which includes differential calculus. Callum is super for working three years above grade level. About Aia Aia is a sophomore at ACMA […]

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Literary Corner: Liars, Inc.

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Literary Corner: Liars, Inc.

About Liars, Inc. Published by HarperTeen in 2015, Liars, Inc. is a YA novel with a crossover adult audience. This dark, fun story should appeal to fans of traditional mystery books, as well as watchers of TV programs like How to Get Away With Murder and Pretty Little Liars. It all starts with one little […]

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Catalyst – The Newsletter: Are You Becoming a Phone-Zombie?

| July 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Catalyst – The Newsletter: Are You Becoming a Phone-Zombie?

By Spencer “The Catalyst“ Rubin Recently, my wife was out of town, and it was up to me to get the kids to school. I got my high schooler to school, but along the way, the super highway that cuts through my neighborhood was packed with parents driving their kids as well. Know what I […]

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Travel Beaverton & Beyond: Croatia’s Charms

| July 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Travel Beaverton & Beyond: Croatia’s Charms

Croatia is an Eastern European county with more than 1,000 miles of Adriatic coastline dotted by nearly 1,200 sun-splashed islands. It’s no wonder Croatia is fast becoming one of the world’s most popular travel destination. Luxury cruise vacationers and the adventure travelers are attracted by the intriguing blend of Roman ruins and rugged mountain ranges, […]

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Local History: Our Town – Our Story, History of Law Enforcement in Beaverton

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Local History: Our Town – Our Story, History of Law Enforcement in Beaverton

by Ann Koppy, BHSoc Historian Permanent organized law enforcement wasn’t a priority of early Oregon Country settlers. They knew how to take care of themselves, and besides that, establishing homes and proving up land claims came first. They did, however, want an imposing individual to protect neighbors from criminals and disorder. Mountain man, farmer, and […]

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Build You Own Dream Ring: Part 1

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Build You Own Dream Ring: Part 1

By Kaaren Bedi Have you ever been shopping for something and just couldn’t find all the elements you wanted in one place? Jewelry, especially wedding jewelry is a very personal expression. Have you ever been frustrated looking for that ‘perfect’ piece but not been able to find all you want? While it seems intimidating to […]

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(Dis)abilities + Work + Beaverton = No Problem! Beaverton Community Transition Program

| July 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
(Dis)abilities + Work + Beaverton = No Problem! Beaverton Community Transition Program

By The Dirkse CC Team Finding that first job can be difficult, but imagine how exciting it is for young adults with a disability. In Beaverton, the Beaverton Community Transition Program (BCTP) is for 18-21 year old students with disabilities who have graduated with a modified diploma. BCTP provides special education services until the end […]

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64th Annual Oregon Sports Award

| July 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
64th Annual Oregon Sports Award

By Fox 12 Staff The state’s top athletes gathered in the Beaverton area for the 64th annual Oregon Sports Awards. The event was hosted at the Nike World Headquarters in the Tiger Woods Center and honored the peak performers at the prep, collegiate and professional levels. Among the highlights of the night, Hall of Famer […]

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Preventing Dehydration in Older Adults

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Preventing Dehydration in Older Adults

By Regina Ford Having enough water in the body helps keep systems functioning well. Dehydration can lead to problems such as urinary tract infections and blood pressure disturbances. This is particularly challenging for seniors in the hot summer weather. Seniors are more prone to dehydration for several reasons: As people get older, their body water […]

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Beaverton Committee on Aging: Beat the Heat

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Beaverton Committee on Aging: Beat the Heat

By Pam Rinehart Now that the dog days of summer are upon us, here is some advice on how to cope with the heat. While everyone is affected by extreme heat, it’s important to know that the older generation is affected differently and an extended period of very hot days can lead to serious health […]

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