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Total population of residents2,151
White resident population recorded2,024
Black or African American resident population recorded7
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded27
Asian resident population recorded11
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded4
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded91
Resident population of some other race recorded17
Resident population of two or more races recorded61
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Forest Grove School District gets eight open enrollment requests, fewer than Gaston and Banks
Forest Grove received eight open enrollment requests. Forty-three students applied to attend Gaston, and 20 applied to attend Banks. The Forest Grove School District received eight applications to join the district through open enrollment, according to district Chief of Staff Connie Potter. Open enrollment allows students to transfer to another district no questions asked. Students must apply during the month of March, and districts have to accept students within a given number of seats. Districts know how many students asked to join their schools, but don’t know yet how many asked to leave.The district opened up 100 seats this year for open enrollment. The district also approved 100 seats last year, but only received four requests. Of the eight requests the district received this year, Potter said one student lives in the Banks School District and another in Vernonia. Two students live in Gaston and four are from Hillsboro. Three students applied for kindergarten, one for second grade, one for fourth grade, two for ninth grade, and one for 11th grade. Potter said the district didn't have any expectations about how many requests it would get.'It's always good news when people want to come in,' she said. Forest Grove received far fewer requests than neighboring districts Gaston and Banks, according to data from the districts. Gaston received 43 requests, enough to require the district to hire more staff. The board recently authorized administration to move forward with hiring so that the district can accept all of the students who applied. In Banks, the district received 20 requests. The district received about 47 requests the year prior. --Laura Frazier Connect with me on Facebook or Twitter
Happening April 21 2014 - Source:

Police identify David Moore of Woodburn as truck driver killed in Molalla
The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office has released the name of a truck driver who was run over by a forklift last week. The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office has released the name of a truck driver killed by a forklift last week north of Molalla. Police identified the man as David Moore, 57, of Woodburn, said Lt. Robert Wurpes, spokesman for the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office. Moore died when an employee of RSG Forest Products backed a forklift over him, police said. Moore, an employee of Blue Pacific Logistics Inc., arrived to the RSG lumber mill, 28890 S. Hwy. 213, around 1:30 p.m. March 20 to receive a shipment. As an RSG employee loaded lumber onto two flatbed semi-trailers, Moore left the truck cab and began to secure the load. That's when the RSG employee backed over him. Moore was pronounced dead on the scene. At this time, the police are treating this as an accident, Wurpes said. Employees on the scene called 911. A deputy medical examiner from Clackamas County responded to the site, along with investigators from the state Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Blue Pacific Logistics is based in Vernonia. --Byron Wilkes
Happening March 25 2014 - Source:

Oregon and SW Washington school closures and delays for Monday (latest updates)
Many school district leaders are announcing their decisions about Monday classes. Schools across Oregon and Southwest Washington are announcing their plans for Monday. Most schools across the region closed early Thursday and remained closed Friday. For a list of where schools and other institutions and agencies stand on winter-weather closures, visit OregonLive's closures page. Here's where things stand in and around the Portland area: Multnomah County: » PHAME Academy -- Closed Monday. » MLA Public Charter School -- Closed Monday. » Central Catholic High School -- Closed Monday. » West Hills Christian School -- All school activities canceled. » Belmont Academy -- Opening at 10 a.m. Monday. » Serendipity Center -- Closed Monday. » Centennial School District -- Closed Monday. » Corbett School District -- Closed Monday. » Gresham-Barlow School District -- Closed Monday. » Reynolds School District -- Closed Monday. » Portland Public Schools -- Closed Monday. » David Douglas School District -- Closed Monday. » Childpeace Montessori School -- Closed Monday. » Childswork Learning Center -- Closed Monday. » City Christian -- Closed Monday. » De La Salle North Catholic -- Closed Monday. » Hilltop Preschool/Kindergarten -- Closed Monday. » Holy Redeemer Catholic -- Closed Monday. » Parkrose School District -- Closed Monday. » St. Mary's Academy -- Clsoed Monday. » Portland Jewish Academy -- Closed Monday. Clackamas County: » Lake Oswego School District -- Closed Monday. » North Clackamas School District -- Closed Monday. » Christ the King Catholic -- Closed Monday. » Damascus Christian -- Closed Monday. » La Salle Catholic College Preperatory -- Closed Monday. » Oregon City School District -- Closed Monday. Washington County: » Gaston School District -- Closed Monday. » Banks School District -- Closed Monday. » Westside Christian High School -- Closed Monday. » Banks Christian Academy -- Closed Monday. » Sherwood School District -- Closed Monday. » Beaverton School District -- Closed Monday. » Forest Grove School District -- Closed Monday. » Tigard-Tualatin School District -- Closed Monday. » Hillsboro School District -- Closed Monday. » Northwest Regional ESD -- Closed Monday. » Beaverton Christian Preschool & Kindergarten -- Closed Monday. » Catlin Gabel -- Closed Monday. » Faith Bible Christian -- Both campuses closed Monday. » French American International School -- Closed Monday. » German American School of Portland -- Closed Monday. » Forest Hills Lutheran School -- Closed Monday. » Horizon Christian Schools-Tualatin -- Closed Monday. Clark and Cowlitz counties, Wash.: » Kelso School District -- Closed Monday. » Longview School District -- Closed Monday. » Cornerstone Christian Vancouver -- Closed Monday. » Three Rivers Christian -- Closed Monday. » Woodland School District -- Closed Monday. » Kalama School District -- Closed Monday. » La Center School District -- Closed Monday. » Ridgefield School District -- Closed Monday. » Vancouver School District -- Closed Monday. » Toutle Lake School District -- Closed Monday. » Camas School District -- Closed Monday. » Evergreen School District -- Closed Monday. » St. Joseph Catholic School -- Closed Monday. » Battle Ground School District -- Closed Monday. » Hockinson School District -- Closed Monday. » Washougal School District -- Closed Monday. » Castle Rock School District -- Closed Monday. Columbia County: » Vernonia School District -- Closed Monday. » Scappoose School District -- Closed Monday. » Clatskanie School District -- Closed Monday. » St. Helens School District -- Closed Monday. » Northwest Regional ESD: Columbia County -- Closed Monday. » Rainier School District -- Closed Monday. Marion and Polk counties: » Central School District -- Closed Monday. » Dallas School District -- Closed Monday. » Falls City School District -- Closed Monday. » Perrydale School District -- Closed Monday. » Salem-Keizer School District -- Closed Monday. &raqou; Mt. Angel School District -- Two-hour late start Monday. » North Marion School District -- Two-hour late start Monday. » North Santiam School District (Stayton) -- Two-hour late start Monday; no morning kindergarten. Yamhill County: » Willamina School District -- Closed Monday. » Dayton School District -- Closed Monday. » Amity School District -- Closed Monday. » Yamhill-Carlton School District -- Closed Monday. » McMinnville School District -- Closed Monday. » Newberg School District -- Closed Monday. » Sheridan School District -- Closed Monday. Linn County: » Sweet Home School District -- Closed Monday. » Greater Albany School District -- Closed Monday. » Lebanon Community Schools -- Closed Monday. Columbia Gorge: » South Wasco County School District -- Closed Monday. » Wishram School District -- Two-hour late start Monday. » Stevenson-Carson School District -- Two-hour late state Monday » Horizon Christian School -- Closed Monday » North Wasco County School District -- Closed Monday. » Mill A School District -- Closed Monday. » Mt. Pleasant School District -- Closed Monday. » Skamania School District 2 -- Closed Monday. Benton County: » Corvallis School District -- Closed Monday. » Alsea School District -- Two-hour late start Monday. » Philomath School District -- Closed Monday. Community colleges, colleges and universities: » Portland Community College -- Opening at noon on Monday. » Concordia University -- Opening at 11 a.m. Monday. » Corban University -- Closed Monday. » Everest College-Vancouver -- Opening at 10 a.m. Monday. » Heald College -- Classes canceled Monday; staff reports at noon. » Oregon College of Oriental Medicine -- Closed Monday. » Linfield College -- Classes in Portland and McMinnville canceled Monday; offices open at 10 a.m. » Mt. Hood Community College -- All campuses closed. » Columbia Gorge Community College -- All campuses closed Monday. » University of Western States -- Closed. » Western Oregon University -- Closed. » Chemeketa Community College -- All campuses closed. » National College of Natural Medicine -- Opening at 10 a.m. » Warner Pacific College -- Opening at 10 a.m. Don't see your school here? See all the closures for Oregon and Southwest Washington at OregonLive's closures page. -- The Oregonian
Happening February 09 2014 - Source:

Oregon and SW Washington school closures: Latest closures & delays for Friday
A winter storm steadily made its way south down I-5 from Seattle Friday morning, forcing a handful of Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington schools to delay and cancel classes. A winter storm steadily made its way south down I-5 from Seattle Friday morning, forcing a handful of Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington schools to delay and cancel classes. The National Weather Service issued a special weather statement warning of potential snowfall in the Portland metro area, but by 8:45 a.m. the wintry mix had turned to rain in most areas. Here's a rundown of the Oregon and Southwest Washington school closures and delays for Friday. You can bookmark our Oregon school closures page for real-time updates directly from the schools. 7:15 a.m.: The Molalla River School District in Clackamas County announced a two-hour delay with all buses on snow routes. 7 a.m.: Sherwood School District has several buses running on snow routes this morning: routes 2, 3, 4 and 7. 6:45 a.m.: Tigard-Tualatin School District announced a two-hour delay and no morning kindergarten. 6:25 a.m.: Oregon Episcopal School in Southwest Portland announced a two-hour delay. 6:20 a.m.: The Green Mountain School District in Clark County announced a two-hour delay. 6:15 a.m.: Two school districts in Columbia County have closed: Rainier and Clatskanie. Vernonia announced it's running one hour late. 6 a.m.: All Clackamas County public school districts plan to hold classes today, although that could change with the weather. More Oregon and Southwest Washington school closures.
Happening December 20 2013 - Source:

Longtime Forest Grove doctor, Sheridan Thiringer, retires from practice after 50 years
"The harder you work, the luckier you get," Thiringer said. "I feel like the luckiest guy in the world." On a hazy Tuesday morning, Dr. Sheridan Thiringer walked down a narrow hall alongside his fourth patient of the day, his stethoscope dangling from his neck. He spoke in a hasty, genteel tone and held two picture frames in hand.Mike Clock, a former wrestling coach at Pacific University, felt a numbing sensation in his hands in the last three weeks. He needed his doctor’s advice, and this might be his last chance to get it. For the past 50 years, Thiringer, 75, practiced medicine in Forest Grove. He worked half days for the last six months to ease into retirement from treating patients at Maple Street Clinic. But on Tuesday, Dec. 17, he handed in his key to the shop.Thiringer had known Clock for more than 40 years. The doctor specialized in treating diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. He knew that Clock’s father had suffered a stroke.“If you save somebody’s life, it’s because you were aware of some hazard,” Thiringer said. “I thought, ‘We can’t let this happen to you.’”Thiringer served as the wrestling team’s physician during Clock’s stint at Pacific. When Clock coached the U.S. national wrestling team during the 1987 world championships in the Soviet Union, he invited Thiringer to tag along for the trip as the team physician. Thiringer paid his own way.“He’s that kind of guy,” Clock said. “I could call him at odd times, and he’d be there. He’s more than just another doctor.”Clock, 78, brought his doctor a retirement present: two pictures — one of the duo encircled by wrestlers clad in light blue and white jumpsuits, another a collage of moments from the trip.“He was supposed to last until I was gone,” Clock said.View full sizeMike Clock, a former wrestling coach at Pacific University, brought Thiringer two pictures from their trip to Russia in 1987 as a retirement gift. (Edwin Rios/Forest Grove Leader) Thiringer worked out of a nondescript office inside the clinic. His back table was cluttered with articles on the latest innovations in the medical field, from journals and newspapers alike.Flowers settled atop the doctor’s desk, red petals fading. A pink note stuck to his computer monitor on his desk. It was a message from a past patient, thanking him for his years of service to her and her family.Larry Epling, another patient of Thiringer’s, built an airplane out of recycled beer cans for his doctor.Thiringer grew up in Spokane, Wash. His parents owned a restaurant in his hometown. His father Henry worked as a chiropractor, while his mother Inez ran the shop.When he was a kid, he wanted to be an elevator operator, but he later changed his mind and wanted to be a doctor. A week after graduating high school, he started an apprenticeship as an ironworker in 1956. He continued his apprenticeship into his first year at Gonzaga. He married his first wife Charlotte in August 1956. When Thiringer was 18, just out of high school, his daughter Sherri was born. Two years later he had his son Kim. While pursuing his medical degree at College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery in Des Moines, Iowa, he spent nights and weekends bar tending at a local country club. In the summer he would work as an ironworker to build bridges to pay for his degree and to support his family.“I chose my mother and father well. They taught me to work hard and stay honest,” Thiringer said. “The harder you work, the luckier you get. I feel like the luckiest guy in the world.”In 1963, he planned to start a residency in internal medicine in Portland. But the residency, he said, would not start for another six months. He found out about an opening at a hospital in Vernonia, where he worked for three years. During that time, he helped at the Forest Grove Community Hospital, now known as Tuality Forest Grove Hospital. With the hopes of moving to a bigger city, Thiringer moved to Forest Grove in 1967 to join the hospital. Throughout the years, he worked as an assistant county coroner, an assistant medical investigator, U.S. Navy Reserve corpsman, an aviation medical officer, and team physician. Two years ago, he even compiled a long list of jobs from years past. It filled two sheets of paper. In 1973, Thiringer and Charlotte separated. He met his second wife Judy, who he calls 'the best wife in the world', three years later. Thiringer says it was the perfect time to stop seeing patients. He grew up in a time where doctors did everything. Now, he says, there are enough specialists who handle patients’ needs.“I was raised where we did everything. Now with all this technology, you don’t do that anymore,” he said. Thiringer plans to continue working as a medical director at Tuality Home Health. He will have friends over to his ranch in Vernonia. But he will spend more time at his cattle ranch, where he grows cauliflowers, broccoli, apples, and tomatoes and raises grass-fed angus to sell.“I’ve been busy all my life, but I’ve never been without a patient to see,” Thiringer said. “What kept me going were guys like Mike.”-- Edwin Rios 
Happening December 19 2013 - Source:

Oregon & SW Washington school closures: Latest delays and closures for Tuesday
The Portland area is cold and icy Tuesday morning, but there has been little to no snow accumulation, allowing most schools to remain open. All Portland Public Schools are running on time, with buses on snow routes, while several schools in the Vancouver area are running two hours late. The Portland area is cold and icy Tuesday morning, but there has been little to no snow accumulation, allowing most schools to remain open. All Portland Public Schools are running on time, with buses on snow routes, while several schools in the Vancouver area are running two hours late. The Eugene and Corvallis areas continue to deal with freezing temperatures and ice accumulation, and most districts in Lane, Benton and Linn counties will be closed on Tuesday. We'll keep this story updated with the latest Oregon and Southwest Washington school closures for Tuesday, and you can bookmark our Oregon school closures page for real-time updates directly from the schools. 7:15 a.m.: Several school districts in the Salem area will start two hours late on Tuesday, including Cascade, Central, Dallas, Falls City and North Santiam. The Jefferson School District is closed. 7 a.m.: Several Columbia County school districts are closed Tuesday, including Clatskanie, Scappoose, St. Helens and Vernonia. The Rainier School District is on a two-hour delay. 6:30 a.m.: The David Douglas and Reynolds school districts have their buses running on snow routes Tuesday morning. 6:15 a.m.: All Portland Public Schools are running on schedule Tuesday morning, with buses on snow routes. 6 a.m.: Clackamas County school districts all plan near-normal operations Tuesday after a dusting of snow slickened roads overnight. Plans could change, including early releases, if conditions change. 5:45 a.m.: In Clark County, the Battleground, Hockinson and Washougal school districts are closed Tuesday. All other districts -- including the Vancouver School District -- are on a two-hour late start. 5:35 a.m.: The Hillsboro School District announced that buses in Zones 1, 2, 8, 9 and 10 will be on snow routes for both Tuesday morning and afternoon. All schools are on schedule. 5:30 a.m.: All schools in the Corvallis, Albany and Lebanon school districts will be closed on Tuesday. 5:15 a.m.: All schools in Lane County will be closed on Tuesday, including the Eugene and Springfield school districts. Earlier updates: In Southwest Portland, Stephenson Elementary students will not have classes Tuesday due to broken water pipes and lack of heat in many of the classrooms. More Oregon and Southwest Washington school closures.
Happening December 10 2013 - Source:

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