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  • Grass fire near North Plains causes temporarily traffic delays A portion of westbound U.S. 26 was temporarily closed while crews extinguished a grass fire near North Plains Friday. The fire was reported about 4 p.m., near Northwest Jackson School Road and West Union Road. U.S. 26 was closed near Northwest Jackson ...
  • North Plains' Northwest String Summit bluegrass festival begins next week In one week, the 13th annual Northwest String Summit kicks off in North Plains, for four days of bluegrass music at Horning's Hideout. It runs from July 17 to 20.
  • North Plains hosts first state BBQ championship Hear, ye! Hear, ye! The North Plains Smokehouse Summit BBQ Championship Days are hereby proclaimed by the office of the governor of Oregon for this coming weekend, June 7 and 8. The free event will be Oregon’s first state barbecue championship and will ...
  • Falcon rescued from North Plains rooftop net NORTH PLAINS, Ore. -- Firefighters worked with volunteers from the Portland Audubon Society to rescue a trapped falcon at an Oregon concrete company on Wednesday. The female American Kestrel was tangled in netting used to hold insulation in place on a roof ...
  • Flags stolen from WWII memorial near North Plains NORTH PLAINS, Ore. -- You've probably driven by it plenty of times between Portland and the Oregon coast. A small weigh station along Highway 26 near North Plains with a grove of trees that looks out over nearby farmland and also has a small memorial.
  • North Plains trooper wins award Oregon State Police Trooper Patrick Peltier, based in North Plains, was recognized in April at the Oregon DUII Multi-Disciplinary Impaired Driving Training Conference for his efforts in DUII enforcement. Peltier, along with OSP Trooper Charles Rohlf ...
  • North Plains library hosts 'Cover Oregon' Q&A The North Plains Public Library is offering several free workshops and question and answer sessions for those interested in learning more about Cover Oregon, the state’s health insurance marketplace mandated by the Affordable Care Act. North Plains ...
  • North Plains celebrates 100th birthday Saturday The history really begins 200 years ago when Joseph Lafayette Meek, a colorful figure in Oregon’s history, settled on the North Tualatin Plains. Meek went on to become an important participant in the Champoeg meeting for an American provisional government.
  • North Plains chooses new mayor North Plains voters chose a new mayor in Tuesday's election, as well as four potential city councilors. In early returns in the mayor's race, David Hatcher had 72 percent of the vote compared with 25 percent for David Smith. Both Hatcher and Smith are ...
  • Grass fire near North Plains causes temporarily traffic delays A portion of westbound U.S. 26 was temporarily closed while crews extinguished a grass fire near North Plains Friday. The fire was reported about 4 p.m., near Northwest Jackson School Road and West Union Road. U.S. 26 was closed near Northwest Jackson ...
  • North Plains' Northwest String Summit bluegrass festival begins next week In one week, the 13th annual Northwest String Summit kicks off in North Plains, for four days of bluegrass music at Horning's Hideout. It runs from July 17 to 20.
  • North Plains hosts first state BBQ championship Hear, ye! Hear, ye! The North Plains Smokehouse Summit BBQ Championship Days are hereby proclaimed by the office of the governor of Oregon for this coming weekend, June 7 and 8. The free event will be Oregon’s first state barbecue championship and will ...
  • Falcon rescued from North Plains rooftop net NORTH PLAINS, Ore. -- Firefighters worked with volunteers from the Portland Audubon Society to rescue a trapped falcon at an Oregon concrete company on Wednesday. The female American Kestrel was tangled in netting used to hold insulation in place on a roof ...
  • Flags stolen from WWII memorial near North Plains NORTH PLAINS, Ore. -- You've probably driven by it plenty of times between Portland and the Oregon coast. A small weigh station along Highway 26 near North Plains with a grove of trees that looks out over nearby farmland and also has a small memorial.
  • North Plains trooper wins award Oregon State Police Trooper Patrick Peltier, based in North Plains, was recognized in April at the Oregon DUII Multi-Disciplinary Impaired Driving Training Conference for his efforts in DUII enforcement. Peltier, along with OSP Trooper Charles Rohlf ...
  • North Plains library hosts 'Cover Oregon' Q&A The North Plains Public Library is offering several free workshops and question and answer sessions for those interested in learning more about Cover Oregon, the state’s health insurance marketplace mandated by the Affordable Care Act. North Plains ...
  • North Plains celebrates 100th birthday Saturday The history really begins 200 years ago when Joseph Lafayette Meek, a colorful figure in Oregon’s history, settled on the North Tualatin Plains. Meek went on to become an important participant in the Champoeg meeting for an American provisional government.
  • North Plains chooses new mayor North Plains voters chose a new mayor in Tuesday's election, as well as four potential city councilors. In early returns in the mayor's race, David Hatcher had 72 percent of the vote compared with 25 percent for David Smith. Both Hatcher and Smith are ...

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