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NATURE'S PET MARKET - Karen SottileWhen customers arrive at Nature’s Pet Market in Gresham, they’re greeted by the store’s long-haired ambassador, Grace.

The store cat “is the best thing that ever happened to our store,” says shop owner Karen Sottile. “She’s aggressively friendly, like a therapy cat. We have people who come by just to see her.”

Sottile opened Nature’s Pet about 18 months ago, one of a small, locally owned franchise of pet stores that offer natural foods, ethically produced toys and grooming (both self-service and professional).

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PRESTIGE CARE HUNTINGTON TERRACE - Gengee RamirezExercise and physical activity are important for everyone, including older adults. No matter your health and physical abilities, you gain a lot by staying active. In fact, in most cases you have more to lose by not being active.

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WESTON KIA - Dan SchofieldWith the Portland International Auto Show coming Jan. 26-29 at the Oregon Convention Center, Weston Kia is gearing up to show off what’s new, cool, green and awesome from this year’s Kia lineup.

Denny Joseph, product specialist with Weston, says there’s a lot of excitement about the brand-new Optima Plug-In Hybrid, a four-door available as Hybrid Premium and Hybrid EX.

The Optima Plug-In Hybrid “has a lot of safety features and gets about 50 mpg,” says Joseph. Both are fully parallel hybrid systems with 192 hp and 271 lb-ft of torque.

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Later in 2017, expect a new SUV/crossover called the Kia Niro.

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Kia is coming off a great year, said Joseph. JD Power ranked Kia No. 1 for initial quality and the fewest repairs needed of any manufacturer, stripping Porsche of the prize.

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MULTNOMAH COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - David Julian Sanchez
January 22, 2017

Portland and Gresham police respond to early Sunday gunshots

by Jim Redden
No one injured in incident where teenager fired gun into ground in violation of City Code.
OUTLOOK PHOTO: TERESA CARSON - Student protesters chanted slogans after walking out of Gresham High School Friday afternoon following the inauguration of Donald Trump as president.
January 20, 2017

Gresham High students march to protest Trump

by Teresa Carson
Students chant 'Love trumps hate' and other slogans in post-inauguration demonstration
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO: MULTNOMAH COUNTY SHERRIFS OFFICE - Chad Cameron Camp, 26, Gresham
January 20, 2017

Gresham groper pleads guilty

by Christopher Keizur
Chad Cameron Camp, who was accused of groping a 13-year-old girl in June while on a flight from Dallas to Portland, pleaded guilty Thursday, Jan. 19


CONTRIBUTED PHOTO: KOIN NEWS 6  - Gresham Police investigate
January 20, 2017

Police investigate homicide in Gresham

by Pamplin Media Group
Adult man was found dead at a home early Friday
FILE PHOTO - Metro
January 19, 2017

Projected cost to keep trail safe? $1 million

by Zane Sparling
Gresham halts work on trail linking Troutdale to Springwater Corridor.
GUSTAFSON
January 19, 2017

Eight make final cut for Clackamas board vacancy

by Peter Wong
Appointee will complete two years in Position 5, but would have to run in 2018.
OUTLOOK PHOTO: TERESA CARSON - Corbett Middle School before the storm.
January 19, 2017

Storms make a mess of Corbett schools

by Teresa Carson
Frozen pipe and leaky roofs keep schools closed on Thursday
FILE PHOTO - A lamprey ladder at Bonneville Dam snakes its way over the powerhouse.
January 19, 2017

Winter storms cause spike in power usage

by Pamplin Media Group
January's power surge equivalent to 1.6 million new homes in Pacific Northwest.
FILE PHOTO - Gresham police officers arrested 11 drivers during enhanced DUII patrols from Dec. 15 to Jan. 1.
January 19, 2017

Gresham officers conduct extra patrols

by Christopher Keizur
Driving intoxicated, cell phone use to be targeted during sting
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Gresham City Council approved increases to utility fees in order to match inflation and support an extensive road repair program that will begin this summer.
January 20, 2017

Utility fee increase will pay for road repairs, City Council decides

by Christopher Keizur
Gresham's new five year plan to begin Jan. 1, 2018.
CONTRIBUTED - Wayne Stone has been working in his family's business of logging since he was a teen.
January 19, 2017

Local logger honored with regional award

by Brittany Allen
Wayne Stone named Oregon forestry department Operator of the Year
COURTESY PHOTO - Brianna R. Judge, 23
January 19, 2017

NEWS BRIEFS: Clatsop County authorities seek missing 23-year-old

by Pamplin Media Group
What's Inside: Submit now! Applications open for Gresham Arts Festival
COURTESY PHOTO - Gresham crews dechlorinate the water prior to flushing.
January 19, 2017

Water flushing begins in Gresham

by Pamplin Media Group
Annual water flushing program begins on Wednesday, Jan. 25 in Gresham
FILE PHOTO - The following information was compiled from the public records of the Fairview Police Department:
January 17, 2017

Fairview police log

by Pamplin Media Group
The following information was compiled from the public records of the Fairview Police Department:
OPB - H. B. Lee Middle School
January 19, 2017

LEARNING LOG: H.B. Lee school has small flood

by Teresa Carson
What's Inside: Reynolds recognizes black history, Centennial board vows to support students.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: PETER WONG - U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden told a town hall meeting Sunday, Jan. 15, at Hillsboro Civic Center, that he planned to work where he could with the new Trump administration. Seated at rear left is Hillsboro Mayor Steve Callaway, who is keeping tabs on ticket holders waiting to ask questions.
January 20, 2017

Wyden: Cooperation, challenges must go hand in hand

by Peter Wong
Oregon Democrat will press for progress on transportation funding, health care, but push back against Trump, GOP on other issues.
FILE PHOTO - Democrat Brad Avakian, center, speaks while Republican Dennis Richardson listens at a business-sponsored forum on Sept. 29, 2016.
January 19, 2017

Two proposals take aim at reducing PERS liabilities

by Claire Withycombe/Capital Bureau
Work group says Legislature needs to address the system's $22 billion unfunded liability.
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ADVOCATES OF OREGON - A demonstration sign by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon
January 19, 2017

Bill expands insurance mandate to cover abortions, other services

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
'All Oregonians need access to full reproductive health coverage for families to thrive, for a healthier state and for a stronger economy.'
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Mt. Hood Community College opens at 11 a.m. Wednesday.
January 18, 2017

Corbett schools closed, others on snow routes

by The Outlook
Most students are back to school today, some buses on snow routes.
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA  - Students taking advantage of one of the recent snow days.
January 16, 2017

Schools and agencies closed Tuesday, Jan. 17

by Pamplin Media Group
Nasty weather once again closes schools in East Multnomah County
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Don't Shoot Portland activists marched through Portland's snowy streets Sunday afternoon to bring attention to civil rights and other issues on the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday.
January 16, 2017

Activists aim to reclaim MLKing's legacy

by Lyndsey Hewitt
MLK marchers decry police brutality, racism, urge resistance to Trump.
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Code enforcement inspector Bob Bethmann, a former police officer, writes a citation calling for an illegally parked RV to be towed.
January 16, 2017

Going by the code

by Christopher Keizur
Gresham's code compliance enforcement team seeks to improve neighborhood livability.
FILE PHOTO - Troutdale City Councilor Rich Allen
January 16, 2017

Former councilor asks city to deny Allen's legal fees

by Zane Sparling
Troutdale city councilor faces $250,000 suit from Yoshida Group development firm.
PHOTO COURTESY GRESHAM FIRE DEPARTMENT  - Gresham Fire and Emergency Services works on car that slid off the icy roads Monday.
January 16, 2017

Car plunges off icy road, down embankment

by Pamplin Media Group
Gresham Fire has been unusually busy due to lingering snow and ice
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Jim Weston
January 16, 2017

Generosity defined life of local car dealer

by Zane Sparling
Estacada resident Jim Weston, 78, remembered for business success, humble giving.
FILE PHOTO - Physical books are still popular, but eBooks can help students and the bottom line.
January 16, 2017

E-books big hit in Gresham schools

by Teresa Carson
Readers checked out more than 44,000 electronic books at Gresham-Barlow.
FILE PHOTO - The following information was compiled from the public records of the Fairview Police Department:
January 16, 2017

Fairview police log

by Pamplin Media Group
The following information was compiled from the public records of the Fairview Police Department:
FILE PHOTO - Gresham Mayor Shane Bemis
January 16, 2017

Gresham council looks at 2017 federal, state and regional priorities

by Christopher Keizur
Transit fixes, rent hikes, evictions among topics addressed by Gresham City Council.
FILE PHOTO - Schools have canceled classes multiple days this winter.
January 16, 2017

LEARNING LOG: Centennial mulls extending year

by Pamplin Media Group
What's Inside: Tweens learn origami, teens can learn to code with robots
KOIN PHOTO - The fire destroyed eight apartments in the building.
January 16, 2017

NEWS BRIEFS: Firefighters respond to Gresham blaze

by Pamplin Media Group
What's Inside: Groups needed to support Main City Park in Gresham.
FILE PHOTO - A mock funeral is planned for St. Valentine's Day.
January 16, 2017

Mock funeral arrangements day scheduled at MHCC

by Teresa Carson
Program to help people practice planning for final resting place.
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Snow way!
January 12, 2017

Friday, Jan. 13 snow closures

by Teresa Carson
Snow hangs around and gives students another day off, other agencies also closed
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Winter weather at the Gresham Heroes Memorial.
January 12, 2017

A sunnier weekend to move into a warmer week

by Brittany Allen
MLK is likely to bring rain, but be followed by warmer temperatures.
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - A boy enjoys the snow at Main City Park Wednesday on a day off from school. Now, however, local school districts have to decide whether or not to make up classroom days canceled by the inclement weather.
January 12, 2017

Schools ponder how to make up snow days

by Teresa Carson
Gresham-Barlow has been out seven days district-wide as of Thursday, Jan. 12, and anything over two days will have to be made up.
OUTLOOK PHOTO - Metro Councilor Shirley Craddick (center, with umbrella) is a proponent of the new trail system.
January 12, 2017

Bemis joins opposition to Troutdale Trail

by Zane Sparling
Neighbors vow to resist Springwater Corridor extension linking Gresham and Troutdale.

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OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - More fun in the snow is on the schedule for Thursday with more school and agency closures looming.
Jan 11, 2017

UPDATE: Closures announced for Thursday, Jan. 12

by The Outlook
School districts and agencies will be closed again Thursday due to heavy snow
JAIME VALDEZ/PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP - Gov. Kate Brown takes the oath of office Monday from Oregon Supreme Court Justice Thomas Balmer. Brown was elected in November to finish the remaining two years of former Gov. John Kitzhaber's term. She succeeded him to the post when he resigned in February 2015.
Jan 12, 2017

Brown takes oath as Oregon's elected governor

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
Calls on lawmakers for unity in tackling $1.7 billion revenue shortfall.
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Bailey Reed Jones, 16.
Jan 12, 2017

Third teen arrested in fatal park stabbing

by Pamplin Media Group
Police arrested Bailey Reed Jones, 16, on Dec. 29, according to court documents.
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Elizabeth Anne Stuart (Cottingham) was an influential member of the Gresham community, establishing organizations and projects that supported everyone.
Jan 13, 2017

Stuart helped shape community into a better place

by Christopher Keizur
Founder of People for Parks helped create Red Sunset Park.
FILE PHOTO - The following information is from the public records of the Gresham Police Department:
Jan 12, 2017

Gresham police log

by Pamplin Media Group
The following information is from the public records of the Gresham Police Department:
OUTLOOK PHOTO - A $1.87 million renovation in 2010 replaced the roof, upgraded restrooms and created a new locker-room and arms vault for the Gresham Armory in 2010.
Jan 06, 2017

In quieter times, local armory serves range of community roles

by Zane Sparling
Division Street facility home base of 125 citizen soldiers in National Guard.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: PETER WONG - From left, former Oregon Chief Justice Paul De Muniz, moderator; Jeff Ellis, Josh Marquis at Oregon State Bar discussion of death penalty Dec. 22 in Tigard
Jan 12, 2017

Lawyers argue Oregon's death penalty

by Peter Wong
Oregon Bar hosts session to hear both sides of debate on Dec. 22.
Bill King
Jan 13, 2017

Sandy mayor applies for second chance at commissioner position

by Brittany Allen
Among the 77 applicants for the vacant Clackamas County Commission position 5 seat is Sandy's own mayor, Bill King.
FILE PHOTO - Should smoking be banned in Gresham parks?
Jan 12, 2017

NEWS BRIEFS: Should Gresham parks be smoke-free?

by Pamplin Media Group
What's Inside: Help tend to Nadaka Nature Park, Red Cross helps Gresham family after fire
LOGO - Janus Youth Programs
Jan 12, 2017

Janus Youth Programs opens services in Gresham

by Christopher Keizur
Harry's Mother East center offers services to fulfill youth and family needs.
FILE PHOTO - Students at CAL learn technical skills.
Jan 12, 2017

LEARNING LOG: Gresham sets high school fair date

by Teresa Carson
What's Inside: Hear stories from Africa at Troutdale Library on Jan. 14.
FILE PHOTO - Tina Kotek
Jan 12, 2017

House convenes, disagrees over committee appointments

by Claire Withycombe/Capital Bureau
$1.8 billion budget shortfall, unfunded PERS among issues to be debated.
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - A woman and her dog enjoy sledding today at Main City Park after nearly a foot of snow fell on the region overnight.
Jan 10, 2017

sNOw more?

by The Outlook
Depending on your responsibilities, substantial snowstorm proves a blessing or a curse.
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Main City Park was filled with sledders and other revelers enjoying the conditions after nearly a foot of snow fell overnight and into this morning.
Jan 11, 2017

IN PHOTOS: East Multnomah County gets a foot of fresh powder

by Pamplin Media Group
Here is a photo gallery of what we found out there.
COURTESY PHOTO - Commissioners hope to conduct public interviews with nine and appoint someone to Position 5 by end of January.
Jan 10, 2017

Record 77 apply for Clackamas board vacancy

by Peter Wong
Commissioners hope to conduct public interviews with nine and appoint someone to Position 5 by end of January.
OUTLOOK PHOTO - Secretary of State Dennis Richardson mugs for the camera with Stephanie Martin-Seawall, an American citizen born in France, and her husband. She did not arrive at the ceremony wearing the hat.
Jan 09, 2017

Richardson to target I-5 bridge, Cover Oregon for audits

by Zane Sparling
Republican Secretary of State to 'close loop' with previous administration
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - A thick sheet of ice coats the sculpture in front of the Gresham History Museum Monday.
Jan 09, 2017

Icy blast = dicey conditions

by OUTLOOK STAFF
Wintry blast, slippery slopes once again affect schools, businesses, hospitals.
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - The Outlook will keep you updated on additional announcements as they are made.
Jan 08, 2017

Closures and delays for Monday, Jan. 9

by The Outlook
East Multnomah County schools and MHCC are closed Monday, Jan. 9, other agencies closed, delayed
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Gresham-Barlow School Board Vice Chair Kris Howatt makes a point with another board member during a break in a recent school board meeting.
Jan 09, 2017

Class is never over for schoolboard members

by Teresa Carson
May is a big election year for East County school board seats.
FILE PHOTO - Gresham Mayor Shane Bemis
Jan 09, 2017

Gresham Council approves 2017 work plan

by Christopher Keizur
Agenda will provide guidance on life quality, safety through 2017.
Taurus Robinson
Jan 09, 2017

Police seek help finding missing teenager

by Christopher Keizur
Family believes Taurus Robinson may be in the Bend-Redmond area
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Troutdale Mayor Casey Ryan addresses a crowd on Friday, Jan. 6,  at the Sam Cox Building at Glenn Otto Park. '(I want) to be there for each and every councilor and set the tone for the rest of the Council,' he said.
Jan 09, 2017

A vow to stay positive from new Troutdale council

by Zane Sparling
Troutdale City leaders promise end to divisions at swearing-in ceremony.
FILE PHOTO - Sen. Laurie Monnes Anderson
Jan 09, 2017

Monnes Anderson starts fourth term

by The Outlook
Senator Monnes Anderson will focus on improving health care for all Oregonians.
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Wilson High School teacher Morgan McFadden shares a big laugh with a young student from the Community Transition School Friday at the Inverness Jail.
Jan 09, 2017

Sheriff's Office brings holiday cheer to local children

by Christopher Keizur
Event geared toward kids without homes and at risk of school failure.
FILE PHOTO - Mt. Hood Community College President Debra Derr
Jan 09, 2017

LEARNING LOG: MHCC President Derr signs climate letter

by Teresa Carson
What's Inside: Listen to STEAM story time, Celebrate Slavic New Year