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Native Plant Sale returns to Nature Park

October 4, 2013 in Beaverton Oregon by admin

Proceeds benefit park improvements and programs Fall is officially here, and there’s no better time to get native plants into the ground to spruce up any home garden. Shoppers can select from a wide variety of trees, shrubs and flowering plants for every corner of the garden at the annual Fall Native Plant Sale on Saturday from 10 a.m. to
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Beaverton Leader Scoreboard Page: Thursday, Sept. 5

October 4, 2013 in Beaverton Oregon by admin

The Beaverton Leader scoreboard page is now online. View the complete Beaverton Leader scoreboard page for Thursday, Sept. 5, here - BL Scoreboard 9-5-13.pdf. Visit our scoreboard for all your latest Metro League, Lewis & Clark League and District 1 standings, scores, results and upcoming games for the fall 2013 season. The scoreboard includes information on football, volleyball, boys soccer, girls
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Confused about the new cellular phone ban?

February 5, 2010 in Beaverton Oregon by admin

At the beginning of the year, a new Oregon Law went into effect that is meant to make the roads a safer place for all.

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Murder Mystery at Aloha High School

January 29, 2010 in Beaverton History, Beaverton Oregon, Student Reporters by admin

Murder Mystery at Aloha High School Who murdered two Aloha students in 1974? by Brianna Epstein Aloha High School Student Reporter Beaverton, OR- Aloha High School, December 3rd 2009 about 11a.m. A young hispanic man enters the Aloha High School main office and turns in an Aloha class ring on a gold chain from 1975 to secretary Ms. Nieslanik. He
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Beaverton City Park Fountain

January 28, 2010 in Beaverton Oregon by jlocke

The City Park fountain opens the day of the Farmer’s Market. It shuts down for the season with Farmer’s Market, or when the weather starts getting cooler. Hours: daily, 8 a.m. to dark.