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Hillsboro

[ hilz-bur-oh, -buhr-oh ]

noun

  1. a town in NW Oregon.


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More vibrant is the artsy town of Hillsboro, where the General Store is a must-stop café—order green chile with whatever you buy.

The project, the culmination of a nearly two-decade campaign, not only rebuilt Hillsboro’s main street but also modernized other aging infrastructure.

Hillsboro, she said, made the case that an investment in town infrastructure was an investment in the region.

Hillsboro, he said, shows how a small town can make design improvements with safety in mind.

The steamy heat didn’t darken the mood of Hillsboro residents waiting expectantly for neighbors and other bargain-hunters to show up at their doorsteps.

He drove stage from Hillsboro to Washington, and subsequently kept tavern in Hillsboro.

Hillsboro is a small place, containing something more than 3,000 people.

The early settlers of Hillsboro were mostly from Virginia, and brought with them the old-fashioned ideas of hospitality.

About two miles west of Hillsboro the famous old tavern of Charley Miller is reached.

On their arrival in that state they settled in Washington county, near Hillsboro, and their later years were spent in Oregon.

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