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Aloha

In 2014 Aloha was named in the top 10 “Cities on the Rise in Oregon” out of 53 Oregon cities with a population of 10,000 or more by NerdWallet, a financial analysis group. Although the exact origin of the cities name of Aloha is disputed among some, the general consensus is the name originated on January 9th, 1912 with the opening of a Post Office named “Aloha”.
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Beaverton

Settled in the 19th century Beaverton got its name from its close proximity to a large body of water resulting from beaver dams. Beaverton is known as one of the economic centers for Washington County & home to numerous corporations in a variety of industries. Located only 7 miles from downtown Portland, Beaverton allows for easy access to downtown Portland while still offering one of the most affordable communities in the area due to its wide diversity of housing.
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Cornelius

Located 26 miles west of Portland and 10 miles east of the Coast Range is a small but thriving city just discovering it’s potential. With a population of 12,161, Cornelius is a small city situated in the fertile Tualatin River Valley. At first glance, Cornelius is an agricultural paradise, where rolling hillsides, vineyards and farms abound. However, those in the know have discovered that beneath the rural exterior, Cornelius is home to hidden gems and world-renowned amenities, such as world-class wineries and one of the oldest golf courses in the Pacific Northwest.
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Forest Grove

Located in Washington County and a mere 25 miles from the heart of downtown Portland, Forest Grove is one of the fastest growing cities in Oregon. Originally a small farm town, it is now primarily a bedroom suburb of Portland. Settled in 1840 by European immigrants and named for the Oregon white oak tree that once flourished on the site, today Forest Grove attracts optimistic families, creative artists, entrepreneurs, academics and students.
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Hillsboro

As Oregon’s 5th largest city, Hillsboro is known for its hometown values and agrarian roots. Hillsboro is located in the beautiful Willamette Valley, just 20 minutes west of Portland and a short hour’s drive from the Pacific Ocean in the heart of the Silicon Forest.
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Lake Oswego

Until the mid-1800s, Lake Oswego was a sleepy assembly of homesteads and farms between the Willamette and Tualatin Rivers in Oregon. A small population of Native Americans–the Clackamas Indians–had occupied the land, but diseases brought by early explorers killed all but a few. Those who remained ceded their territory to the Federal Government in 1855, and moved to the Grand Ronde Reservation in nearby Yamhill County.
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McMinnville

Situated in the heart of the Willamette Valleys wine country, McMinnville is known for its surrounding lush rolling hills, historical charming downtown, wealth of wineries, eclectic boutiques and award-winning restaurants. In 2009 Sunset Magazine named McMinnville in its top 20 Best small towns, and Bon Appetit Magazine gave McMinnville the title of Second Best Foodie Town In America.
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Newberg

In 1869 the first postmaster, Sebastian Brutscher, named the area Newberg after his Bavarian hometown of Newburgh.
JaquithIn 1885, an eleven-year-old boy named Herbert Hoover moved to Newberg to live with his aunt and uncle, the Minthorns.
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Portland

Portland has a lot to boast. From being recognized as one of the most environmentally conscious cities in the world due to its public transportation networks and efficient land-use planning to being named Best City in America by Movoto in 2013. Known as the “City of Roses”, due to its many rose gardens – most prominently known is the International Rose Test Garden.
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Sherwood

Sherwood is a medley of juxtapositions – the old and the new creating a unique harmony. The protected wetlands of the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge and the rolling hills of fertile farmland surround Sherwood’s bustling roads and city center.The quiet of Old Town’s antique stores and tea shops are only minutes away from several new businesses.
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Tigard

Tigard was originally named Tigardville in 1886, but after experiencing rapid growth in the early 1900’s it was renamed Tigard in 1907 by the railroad to greater distinguish it from the nearby city of Wilsonville.
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Tualatin

Tualatin is a vibrant community in the heart of the Oregon’s Willamette Valley, featuring year-round fun –from exciting festivals and outdoor recreation to distinctive shopping and exceptional opportunities to experience the Ice Age history of this unique region.
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West Linn

Settlers first occupied the pioneer settlement now known as West Linn in the early 1840s when Robert Moore purchased 1,000 acres of land from the “Wallamut” (Willamette) Indians. He built his cabin high on a slope overlooking the Willamette Falls and set about building a town, calling it “Robin’s Nest.” The town was situated on property now occupied by the West Linn Paper Company.
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