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Volume 9, Issue 12
December 2011

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Pars Market

Faces by Vivian

Intergrative Pediatrics


Second Edition

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Cornell Cobbler


Mad Hatter

Pet Barn

Meghan's Pen


Mountain Man


Electronics Unlimited

Peninsula Insurance

burnt ends

Mike's oil

Leedy Flea Market

Dean Shade Attorney at Law

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Featured Business
Tazza Café

When we want to go out for lunch or a beverage, treat our family, see friends or have a small meeting, most of us think first of heading to town. But there’s another great option...

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Beaverton planners approve zoning changes to Peterkort properties

When the Peterkort family corporation requested to annex its land around the intersection of Cedar Hills Bl and Barnes into Beaverton last February...

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Bales Thriftway

Bernie Young 1933-2011

Bernard “Bernie” Young was born June 20, 1933 in Portland to Frank and Hazel (Plant) Young. He passed away Nov. 29, 2011 at his home in Tillamook at age 78....

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Walgreen’s move on hold

In August, we reported that the east end of the shopping center at the southwest corner of Murray and Cornell had been purchased by Walgreens from the previous owner...

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Grape Vine Sultanov Ballet


Shell station expansion proposed

The owners of the Shell gas station on Cornell and Barnes Road have submitted a development application to Washington County to construct a *new 1,875 square foot building to replace...

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Gold Award

Bike and pedestrian improvements—your input needed

Washington County is currently conducting a Bike and Pedestrian project prioritization study, targeted for completion in October 2012....

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World of Smiles

Tire Factory


Cedar Mill Cider Festibal

It’s cold outside

When it gets colder, we put away our shorts and flip-flops and find the hats, gloves and coats...

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Library News and Events

Winter concert, Santa at Second Edition, Join your library....

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Aesthetic Smiles

Anna's hummingbird

Sunset News
With One New Season Comes Another

The holidays have arrived! The cheer is contagious, but not for every boy and girl....

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Sunset Yoga

Poppa's Haven

Tesla Electric


Park Dental

NW Organizing


Timberland add Houses

Now that the apartment development is complete, Polygon Northwest is getting ready to build...

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Tint Impact Sign
Cornell Farm Hanger Prosthetics

Community Announcements

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Cedar Mill Business News

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Extract Away Carpet Cleaning

Understanding My Medicare

Sunset Animal Clinic

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UPS Store
Cornell Family Medicine

Mountain Man

Joanne Hollister realized that many potential Cedar Mill area customers don't work in offices that get visited on her Mountain Man route. So she's setting up a "tent store" in the Miller Paint parking lot, on Murray just north of Cornell. Her son Dylan, and his friend Brian McKittrick, both juniors at Sunset High, will man the booth most Saturdays—weather permitting—to sell Mountain Man snacks (including all those great chocolates), fall baskets and mixed nut packs on Saturdays, 10-3 through December 17. They can also take orders for holiday gift shipping

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