King City Civic Association is at a crossroads

King City Civic Association is at a crossroads

A recall election is set for July 7 to determine the status of seven board members There is only...

Remodel causes a fire in two Summerfield condos

Remodel causes a fire in two Summerfield condos

No injuries were reported, but one person and a dog were displaced from the occupied unit Serious...

Tigard holds developers to stricter standards for water run-off

Tigard holds developers to stricter standards for water run-off

That is good news for the people who live below River Terrace, where 2,500 housing units are...

ODOT 99W construction project in Tigard moves toward completion

ODOT 99W construction project in Tigard moves toward completion

Adding turn lanes in the vicinity of McDonald and Gaarde is one of the improvements At the CPO 4K...


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JOE WILSON FOR THE REGAL COURIER - After a fir tree on the King City Golf Course was struck by lightning and burst into flames, a Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue crew arrived and knocked down the fire, but tree did not fall and have to be felled by a professional crew the next morning,
May 29, 2015

Flooding and fire hit King City

by Barbara Sherman
May 18 rain storm brings thunder and lightning that results in a tree fire and lots of debris King City survived a deluge of rain and a thunder-and-lightning storm late in the afternoon of…
April 30, 2015

King City council approves another marijuana law

by Barbara Sherman
City limits locations for medical marijuana facilities, regulates hours and other issues The King City City Council approved another marijuana ordinance April 15 related to licensing and…
April 30, 2015

Another King City subdivision will grow along 131st Avenue

by Barbara Sherman
Planning Commission recommends 36-home Maxwell Gardens project King City will be adding 36 homes if the Planning Commission has its way. Six planning commissioners voted unanimously April 22 to…
BARBARA SHERMAN - Dan Erpenbach, a project manager in Washington County's Land Use and Transportation Department, answers a question about the Fischer Road project following his presentation at the March 23 CPO 4K meeting.
April 30, 2015

Planning for Fischer Road improvement project is on track

by Barbara Sherman
Washington County project manager provides update to CPO 4K members Those who attended the CPO 4K (Citizen Participation Organization - King City) meeting March 23 got a bird’s eye view of…
BARBARA SHERMAN - Jim Armour checks over the petition he is circulating around King City, hoping to gather enough signatures to force a recall election of the four remaining KCCA board members.
April 30, 2015

KCCA board may be hit with recall

by Barbara Sherman
Former president Jim Armour starts a petition drive The seven-member King City Civic Association Board of Directors is currently short three members, and if former KCCA board president Jim…
BARBARA SHERMAN - Jennifer Lamaye, with her son Jordan playing on the floor at Tigard American Legion Post 158, instructs Scouts on how to pack boxes of cookies destined for overseas troops.
April 30, 2015

Mission Mahalo and Girl Scouts ship off more boxes to overseas…

by Barbara Sherman
Local Scouts donate 400 boxes of cookies plus $500 toward shipping costs Nearly three dozen Girl Scouts descended on Tigard American Legion Post 158 on April 3 to pack boxes with and other items…
BARBARA SHERMAN - The unusual sight of a giant bladder greeted both homeowners who live along the fifth fairway of the Summerfield golf course plus golfers on the course as it did its job of draining silt from the ponds that are used for irrigation.
April 30, 2015

What landed on the Summerfield golf course?

by Barbara Sherman
High-tech bladders drain silt from golf course ponds to increase water capacity No, the Hindenburg didn't land on the Summerfield golf course, but the blimps – or bladders, as they are called –…
April 01, 2015

Two Tigard Water Service Area partners aren't on board with the…

by Barbara Sherman
King City is the only partner to turn over its infrastructure to Tigard King City is the first to dip its toes into the water, so to speak, but its partners are not likely to follow. The cities…

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