Doolittle announces impending retirement

Doolittle announces impending retirement

Estacada appears to be at the end of an era with the nearing retirement of Mike Doolittle, the...

Rep. Kennemer blasts 'anti business' bills

Rep. Kennemer blasts 'anti business' bills

State Rep. Bill Kennemer, R-District 39, took aim at “anti-business” legislation during...

Estacada Fire celebrates new engine

Estacada Fire celebrates new engine

Estacada Fire personnel and supporters gathered to welcome a new engine into their fleet on...

Timber Lake Job Corps bounces back

Timber Lake Job Corps bounces back

With enrollment at 186 students, just 14 shy of the center’s goal, Timber Lake Job Corps...

Farmer's Market announces move to new location

Farmer's Market announces move to new location

The Estacada Farmer’s Market has a new home. Organizers announced the market will move from...

Officials warn Broadway closure may be extended

Officials warn Broadway closure may be extended

Sidewalk work expected to start next week Anxious business owners gathered to hear officials give...

Everybody loves pi

Everybody loves pi

No, we’re not talking about dessert. “Once every century, pi day occurs,” said...


Estacada's Latest News

April 17, 2015

Hash oil fire seriously injures man

by Estacada News
Investigators believe the trailer fire on Southeast Wildcat Mountain Drive that resulted in a man being badly burned was caused by the manufacturing of hash oil. Clackamas County Fire District 1…
ESTACADA NEWS PHOTO: ISABEL GAUTSCHI - These Estacada High School students are headed to Camp Withycombe to compete in a state SkillsUSA competition April 17 and 18.
April 16, 2015

EHS students put their SkillsUSA skills to the test

by Estacada News
At least 24 Estacada High School students are preparing to compete in the SkillsUSA State Leadership and Skills Conference Friday and Saturday, April 17-18, at Camp Withycombe. According to the…
April 16, 2015

DEFY to host Internet safety presentation

by (none)
Officer Sara McClurg, a crime prevention coordinator with the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office, will give a guest presentation on Internet risks for youths. Her preentation will take place…
Elliott
April 15, 2015

Elliott announces retirement timeline

by Isabel Gautschi
Mayor Brent Dodrill made City Manager Bill Elliott’s plan to retire public in an announcement during the City Council meeting on Monday, April 13. After the meeting, Elliott said he hopes to…
April 15, 2015

News Briefs

by Estacada News
ODOT lifts restriction to Highway 224 traffic The Oregon Department of Transportation has lifted the “local traffic only” restriction on Highway 224 along a 7-mile stretch between Promontory…
Rep. Mark Johnson
April 14, 2015

Rep. Johnson introduces bill to boost school funding statewide

by Teresa Carson
House bill would place all added May revenue in school fund Oregon Rep. Mark Johnson, R-Hood River, has filed a bill in the Oregon Legislature aimed at boosting school funding after the…
April 14, 2015

Police Log

by Estacada News
Information for this column comes from Sandy Police Department public records. The Sandy Police Department provides service in Estacada. Officers recently filed reports on the following…
April 13, 2015

Get the "Kindergarten Connection" April 22

by Estacada News
Families with children looking to enter kindergarten in the Estacada School District are invited to Kindergarten Connection at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 22, at River Mill Elementary, 850 N.…
April 12, 2015

News Briefs

by (none)
Local students make Oregon State University honor roll Several Estacada and Eagle Creek Students have made the honor roll at Oregon State University, earning a 3.5 grade average or higher. To be…
April 09, 2015

Fire Calls

by (none)
The information for this column comes from the public records of the Estacada Rural Fire District No. 69. Employees and volunteers recently responded to the following incidents. Fire personnel…

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COURTESY OF THE MT. HOOD NATIONAL FOREST - Mt. Hood National Forest officials shared this photo as an example of  irresponsible target shooting and trash on the Clackamas River Ranger District.
Apr 08, 2015

Target shooting cleanup planned

by Estacada News
Mt. Hood National Forest and Northwest Firearms are inviting the public to take part in a clean-up of target shooting sites along Hillockburn Road from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 11. “We…
Apr 08, 2015

Music accompanist position will return next year

by Isabel Gautschi
Stephenson: Same number of teachers will be employed next year Superintendent Marla Stephenson said that the music accompanist position will remain in tact for next year. She said the…
Apr 07, 2015

Clackamas County Tourism and Cultural Affairs seeks award…

by The Clackamas Review
Clackamas County Tourism and Cultural Affairs (CCTCA) is seeking nominations from the public recognizing individuals and businesses that make a positive impact on the county’s tourism industry.…
Apr 06, 2015

News Briefs

by (none)
MacKae earns bachelor’s from Governors University Ross MacKae of Estacada has received a bachelor’s degree in information technology from Western Governors University, an online university based…
Apr 05, 2015

Police Log

by Estacada News
Information for this column comes from Sandy Police Department public records. The Sandy Police Department provides service in Estacada. Officers recently filed reports on the following…
COURTESY OF ESTACADA RURAL FIRE DISTRICT 69 - Estacada firefighters responded to a blaze at a Coupland Road home on Saturday, April 4. The residents, a family of six and their four dogs, were displaced but not injured in the fire.
Apr 08, 2015

Family, dogs displaced by fire

by (none)
Estacada firefighters responded to a fire in a single-family home at 34040 Coupland Road on Saturday, April 4. Two engines, two water tenders, a rescue vehicle, a rehab unit and two chief…
Apr 04, 2015

Fire Calls

by (none)
The information for this column comes from the public records of the Estacada Rural Fire District No. 69. Employees and volunteers recently responded to the following incidents. Fire personnel…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Security issues could make some vital state websites vulnerable to hackers or cybercrime, according to tests by the Pamplin Media Group/EO Media Group Capital Bureau in Salem.
Apr 03, 2015

Vital state websites a click away from security vulnerabilities

by Hillary Borrud/Capital Bureau
SALEM — Oregonians who used state websites to pay child support, file unemployment claims and renew their vehicle registration in recent months were vulnerable to attackers who could intercept…
Apr 03, 2015

Superintendent recommends Kristin Turnquist for junior high…

by Isabel Gautschi
Clackamas High administrator would take Tina Rhue's former role Estacada School District Superintendent Marla Stephenson announced she will recommend hiring Kristin Turnquist as the new…
Apr 02, 2015

FBI, CCSO investigate 'eco-terrorists' at Beavercreek farm

by Raymond Rendleman
Bird breeders in Beavercreek lost approximately 50 pheasants valued at $1,000 when an unknown number of suspects cut a lock to open up an aviary housing the animals last month. The Clackamas…




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