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Meet Beaverton’s Super Kids: Highlighting local kids who excel at school

| August 1, 2015 | 0 Comments
Meet Beaverton’s Super Kids: Highlighting local kids who excel at school

This month’s super kids features two sisters: Madelyn (grade 9) and Katelyn (grade 5) Stellingwerf. Both are super kids because they are working one year above grade level in math! Introducing Madelyn Madelyn Stellingwerf will be a Freshman at the International School of Beaverton this year. Madelyn is a 3rd year member of Teen Library […]

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How “Fresh” is Your Business? Beaverton Business: BUILD! MAINTAIN! GROW! THRIVE!

| August 1, 2015 | 0 Comments
How “Fresh” is Your Business? Beaverton Business: BUILD! MAINTAIN! GROW! THRIVE!

By Spencer “The Catalyst“ Rubin I’m not much of a baseball fan…but I am very impressed with the recent Major League Baseball All Star Game and the new changes. The biggest change was to the Home Run Derby format. Sports radio was raving about it the next day. FUN…MORE EXCITING…COOL…were just a few words used. […]

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Vendor Spotlights

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Vendor Spotlights

Vendor Spotlight: Gales Creek Garlic Gordon Dana talks about garlic the way a sommelier talks about wine. “It’s robust, with a bite up front,” he says, describing one of his varieties to customers at his booth at the Beaverton Farmers Market. Dana, 58, even sets up a “smell station” so passersby can compare whiffs of […]

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Keep Moving through Summer with Acupuncture for Sports Injuries! Beaverton Health Matters

| August 1, 2015 | 0 Comments
Keep Moving through Summer with Acupuncture for Sports Injuries! Beaverton Health Matters

By Dawn-Starr Crowther, L.Ac. From moving more fluidly to recovering from an injury, acupuncture and Oriental medicine can help you to stay active, boost your fitness level, and recover more quickly. Professional sports teams and top athletes often have an acupuncturist on staff to treat injuries and keep them performing at their peak. Practitioners of […]

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The American Thrift Movement In The 1920s: Local History: Our Town – Our Story

| August 1, 2015 | 0 Comments
The American Thrift Movement In The 1920s: Local History: Our Town – Our Story

By Ann Koppy, BHSoc Historian The Roaring 20’s were good times, an era of prosperity, strong economic growth, and consumer confidence. Social and political changes were everywhere in a time of an emerging culture of the consumption of goods. Employment was high as women transitioned into full-time jobs in retail, clerical, and teaching. Although some […]

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New Orangutan Kitra Debuts: Zoo News is Good News

| August 1, 2015 | 0 Comments
New Orangutan Kitra Debuts: Zoo News is Good News

By Oregon Zoo Staff Kitra, a 14-year-old female orangutan who arrived here from Cleveland Metroparks Zoo recently, made her Oregon Zoo debut this morning, joining 10-year-old Bob, another recent arrival, in the indoor portion of the zoo’s Red Ape Reserve. The two orangutans have already spent some time together behind the scenes, and are comfortable […]

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New Business Spotlight: Sanzen Acupuncture

| August 1, 2015 | 0 Comments
New Business Spotlight: Sanzen Acupuncture

By Kerry Morton Sanzen Acupuncture is a new clinic offering Chinese and Herbal Medicine in a locally owned space in downtown Beaverton. We offer the full scope of Chinese Medicine including acupuncture, Chinese Herbal medicine, cupping, Chinese nutritional guidance and East Asian bodywork. Kerry Morton, L.Ac. is a licensed acupuncturist with thousands of hours of […]

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Help Firefighters Quickly Find Your Home: Try a reflective address marker

| August 1, 2015 | 0 Comments
Help Firefighters Quickly Find Your Home: Try a reflective address marker

By TVFR Staff Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue firefighters responding to calls have noticed several homes in the community that do not have visible addresses. Having a visible address is vital to emergency responders’ ability to find the home where an emergency is taking place. Every second counts in the case of a fire or […]

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The Disease of Unforgiveness: Food for Thought

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The Disease of Unforgiveness: Food for Thought

By Celia Lambert Adapting a healthy lifestyle, losing weight and adding an exercise regime all contribute to the prevention of this disease. Fresh fruit and vegetables, lean proteins, high fiber, multi grains and good clean water are usually good lifestyle choices. Most of us know this so what if there’s more? What if we looked […]

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Business Spotlight: Massage SKHills

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Business Spotlight: Massage SKHills

By Scott Hills Hi I’m Scott, I am looking for new clientele. I am offering massage at a reduced rate as incentive to try me out. I am offering massage in my home or I can travel out to your home or office. I offer table or chair massage and am well versed on numerous […]

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