'Aspens' is the people's choice

Sculpture by artist Reven Marie Swanson will now become a permanent part of Lake Oswego's Gallery Without Walls

PSU's Wiewel takes new job as Lewis & Clark College…

Newly retired Portland State University President Wim Wiewel starts his new job at Lewis & Clark College on Oct. 1.

Lake Oswego City Council looks at affordable housing

Accessory dwelling units and nonprofit developers get the most attention at an initial study session

Laugh, sing and start reading!

Zany comedian Alex Zerbe helps the Lake Oswego Public Library kick off its summer programs for all ages.

Peace, love and an open mic

Marylhurst students, administrators and faculty join members of the community in a discussion about equity, inclusion

Lake Oswego School District's internet costs to drop

New service will improve the LOSD's technological capabilities at a fraction of the cost it now pays to Comcast

Distracted driver's crumpled car on display in Lake Oswego

Nineteen-year-old Alexxyss Therwhanger was texting on her cellphone when she died in a February 2016 crash


Lake Oswego's Festival of the Arts is this weekend. What steps can I take to not lose my child in a crowd?

City Notes

A farmers market, a presentation on Oregon's Iron Jubilee and a performance by young thespians: Here's what's happening around Lake Oswego this week

Police Log

When it comes to fighting crime, there's no call too small for the Lake Oswego Police Department

News Briefs

Lake Oswego's George Glass named ambassador to Portugal; City seeks input on 'Lake Oswego style'; World Class Wines owner Rick Baldwin dies; LOPD…

Friend-of-the-court briefs argue against Oswego Lake…

Thirty-five lawyers and four nonprofits say public has a right to use the lake and urge the Oregon Supreme Court to review the legal challenge

The Slants rock the legal world as Supreme Court allows…

Band says decision means 'marginalized communities' can determine for themselves what's best, even if it involves words thought racially insensitive

Lake Oswego businessman nominated to be ambassador to…

George E. Glass is owner and managing partner of MGG Development LLC in Lake Oswego, which purchases and operates apartment complexes and rental…

Teachers' union and district reach tentative agreement

Final details of the Lake Oswego School District's contract with teachers' union will not be available until it is ratified by union members.

Lake Oswego's Youth Leadership Council looks to the future

Goals for the Youth Council include a Mental Health Awareness Day, a trip to a national conference and an 'LO Speaks' event.

A below-average fire season in Oregon?

Strong snowpack and cool weather ease concerns, but solar-eclipse watchers still could pose a threat

Clackamas County budget one step away from approval

The $1 billion spending plan includes no new services and a slight dip in the number of employees

County reaffirms hands-off policy on immigration

Commissioners' symbolic gesture stops short of making Clackamas County a 'sanctuary' but does reaffirm a standard of supporting immigrants.

Mecum Auctions revs up collector cars

Mecum Auctions' big sale in Portland this weekend will offer hundreds of classics and lots of auto-related vendors.

Trial date set in Lakeridge hazing case

A federal lawsuit filed by former Pacer dancer who alleges an initiation at Lakeridge involved hazing is now scheduled to begin on Oct. 31.

Creating 'a circle of belonging'

Panelists look at Oregon's juvenile justice system and the lasting impact it has on youth offenders

Pacers remember Michael Kraemer

Senior Michael Kraemer died unexpectedly, but not before finding a supportive home at Lakeridge High School.


Stunning variety awaits visitors to the Festival of the Arts, including curator Briana Thornton's portal between past and future.

City Notes

Activities in Lake Oswego that are coming up include a Father's Day luncheon, summer reading party, the weekly Farmers Market and more.

News Briefs

Site restoration completed around Waluga reservoirs; Meals on Wheels reimburses City for funding; 2017 City water quality report now available

Ask A Cop

This week's question: Can I use pepper spray to control someone else's pet after a warning to the owner?

Police Log

There's no call too small for the Lake Oswego Police Department. Here's what officers responded to this week.

Healing through the power of touch

Lake Oswego massage practitioner Ulyana Seryankina's work with veterans takes on added significance during PTSD Awareness Month

Health care, retirement costs drive teacher compensation

Educators in Oregon outpace their counterparts in Vancouver and Boise, a new study from PSU says

'Deeply troubling' incidents at Lakeridge Junior High…

Incidents involving 'racist, sexist or anti-immigrant imagery' found at Lakeridge Junior High School

Wilsonville Post Office to host passport fair

Appointments are required but weekend hours an unusual perk for passport seekers

Michael Musick to stay with school district

Administrator Michael Musick had announced intention to resign but chose to stay with the LOSD

Clackamas County reaffirms support of diversity, hands-off…

Board resolution follows up earlier stances, also reinforces state law and court decision curbing cooperation with federal enforcement efforts.

After recent attacks, how safe is TriMet?

Though crime on buses and trains has dropped overall, the TriMet transit agency is beefing up its security measures

Lake Oswego's Wizer Block is now 'The Windward'

Mixed-use development's new name reflects it prime location next to Oswego Lake

Forest Highlands ruling upheld

Forest Highlands neighbors had sought to overturn DRC's approval of a development that they view as oversized.

Project would replace culvert under Highway 43

Federal officials are working on a plan that would allow endangered salmon to access Tryon Creek near Lake Oswego


Seniors at Lakeridge High and Lake Oswego High School celebrate at joyous graduation ceremonies

Willamette Falls Riverwalk designs unveiled

Willamette Falls Riverwalk project will include construction of a public square and pathways.

Older storytellers hold audience spellbound

Lake Oswego's John Wylder shares his tale of resilience at a program called 'Age Out Loud'

Lake Oswego Corporation to add second story to…

Project would also slightly expand the boathouse and add solar panels and stormwater retention features to both buildings

'They were trying to pin this on me'

OHSU initially linked the wrong oral surgeon to a 52-year-old patient's death, the doctor says

Kids Get Creative at Festival of the Arts

Four-hour Kids Get Creative event at Festival of the Arts will feature kid-friendly painting, crafts, theater, dance and music.

An inside look at politics

Fourteen local high schoolers are participating in Rep. Ann Lininger's Student Leadership Cabinet

Former co-owner of The Review loses battle with…

Randalyn Nickelsen Clark, who owned the parent company for The Review, died earlier this week.

City Notes

What's happening in the City of Lake Oswego? There's the Farmers Market, a tree-pruning workshop and more.

Police Log

There's no call too small for the Lake Oswego Police Department

News Briefs

Vandalism spree targets LO homes, cars; construction to close part of Bryant Road; LOPD arrests nine for impaired driving in May


Despite the heat, people still leave their dogs in cars. What are the signs a dog would exhibit if it was dehydrated or in distress?

Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center moves toward…

The hospital's new patient care tower will take up space now occupied by the main parking lot.

Pete Mark: 'Leave the last nickel on the table.'

Jim Mark remembers his father, Pete, who died June 1, as a businessman.

Local middle-school bands march to Junior Parade…

More than 30 middle-school bands marched in the annual parade on Southeast Sandy Boulevard in the Hollywood neighborhood.

Lake Oswego School Board approves changes to…

Popular offering will expand in 2018-19, and a magnate program is under consideration

Clackamas budget one step away from approval

On 9-1 vote advancing it, one member takes issue with priorities of sheriff; committee OKs spending plan for county and seven associated agencies.

MAX operator injured in scuffle with disruptive…

Police say other passengers came to the aid of the TriMet employee after passenger screamed about 'First Amendment' and refused to get off train

Crash, arrest in Tualatin leads to 'human…

Roman Culver, 18, faces assault, eluding and drug charges, according to the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office.

Older storytellers hold audience spellbound

Washington County event at Beaverton library observes Older Americans Month and Mental Health Awareness Month.

Police catch man suspected of stealing bag, ring…

UPDATE: Homicide detectives say a transient caught wearing wedding ring. TriMet observes moment of silence; Congressional delegation introduces…

Lake Oswego author Brian Doyle dies

Beloved writer succumbs at 60 to complications related to a brain tumor

'There was no reason why he needed to die'

Larry Dean Black's family is suing OHSU, alleging negligence by doctors and a cover-up to hide their mistakes during surgery to remove 12 teeth

Clackamas County panel eyes final budget review

Proposed spending will go up, but slower property tax growth and rising personnel costs will result in no new employees or policy initiatives this…

Freshening up the facades in Lake Oswego

State Street buildings between A and B avenues are getting a facelift

County reaffirms Stafford status as urban reserve

Board's action and an agreement with three cities ends a decade-long debate over development

Two programs, one mission: Special education

Expanded programming and greater inclusion create more opportunities for students in special services.

TWO PROGRAMS, ONE MISSION: Response to Intervention

Response-to-intervention program's message to struggling students: 'You are not alone'

City Notes

What's happening in Lake Oswego? Well, there's a blood drive, a Coronation Day Luncheon, First Tuesday Music and more

News Briefs

Lake Oswego's Lynn Peterson to run for Metro president; Chipotle says hackers stole customer information;

Police Log

There's no call too small for the Lake Oswego Police Department


Any advice you can offer about dealing with online fraud?

Fundraiser aims to help abused dogs

Donations for Misunderstood Mutts Rescue will be collected Saturday in Lake Oswego, during an event that's the brainchild of Lake Oswegan Anna Swain.


MAX train stabbing stirs of memories of 1988 killing of Ethiopian immigrant by racist skinheads

Lake Oswego to clean up on Saturday

PHOTO COURTESY OF CITY OF LAKE OSWEGO - Volunteers help sort through waste, furniture and donated items at last year's Clean-up Day in Lake Oswego. This year's event is scheduled for 9 a.m.-noon on Saturday.
The city's Youth Leadership Council is collaborating with eight recycling and donation groups for annual event

Lake Oswego School District should face negligence…

Former Lakeridhe High School dancer's hazing lawsuit could go to trial within a year, attorney for plaintiff says

Hackers stole customer data from Oregon Chipotle…

Nearly 30 Chipotle restaurants across the state were hacked in March and April, with potentially thousands of credit card data stolen, according to…

All aboard the Willamette Shore Trolley!

First trip of the summer season departed last week from an upgraded and repainted station depot

Lake Oswego's Lynn Peterson to run for Metro…

Former city councilor and longtime transportation administrator would replace Tom Hughes, who is prohibited by Metro's charter from running again

Victims stabbed by white extremist on MAX train…

Ricky John Best, 53, and Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche, 23, died after attack. 21-year-old Micah David-Cole Fletcher still being treated.

Lake Oswego girls beat Oregon Episcopal 13-3 to win…

The Lakers shut out the Aardvarks for the final 36:20 to win a second straight title

No new services proposed in Clackamas budget

Administrator notes rising personnel costs, slower property tax growth in a spending plan that will undergo review starting Tuesday

Clackamas County sees rise in homeless count

Evictions are the third-leading cause after affordability and unemployment, study finds


More than 60 volunteers fan out across Lake Oswego to hang Village Flower Baskets

Will Lake Oswego find a home for short-term…

A rise in the number of under-the-table 'hosts' prompts City officials to look at rules for services like Airbnb

'Trees of Lake Oswego' winners announced

Six young participants in the City's month-long Arbor Day art contest were honored Saturday at the Farmers Market

Showing off their skills

REVIEW PHOTO: KELSEY O'HALLORAN - Lake Oswego 8-year-olds Dannika and Andre Auduong play the cello during a Stafford Chamber Orchestra concert at the Wilsonville Public Library April 26.
Lake Oswego students hit the right notes as part of the Stafford Chamber Orchestra

Pocklington, Wagner reflect on election's mandate…

After impressive wins, new Lake Oswego School Board members look ahead to their first terms, which begin July 1.

City Notes

Here's what's happening around Lake Oswego this week, including holiday closures at City Hall

News Briefs

Seely, Bussanich honored for fighting cancer; DEQ fines LO resident over abatement project

Police Log

No call is too small for the Lake Oswego Police Department

Funeral Notices

Memorial services set for Sandra Clayton-Pate and Dorothy Ruth Martin


With the vertical stage of construction all but done, crews remove the tallest of two Wizer Block cranes in downtown Lake Oswego

DEQ grant will help promote residential composting…

Former Timbers player Nat Borchers will serve as a 'composting celebrity' in four educational videos

Lake Oswego girls win second straight Class 6A…

The Lakers edge Sunset by one point to claim the 2017 state championship

Clackamas board reaffirms Stafford as an urban…

Votes on findings, agreement conclude decade-long debate over designation of area surrounded by Tualatin, Lake Oswego and West Linn.

Panel considers rules for homeless shelters

Clackamas County Planning Commission sets public hearing for July 10 as county seeks to set up a project for veterans without housing.

School Board assesses Spanish Immersion changes

Lake Oswego School Board weighing whether to add a second strand of the Spanish Immersion Program at River Grove or elsewhere.

Clackamas County sees rise in homeless count

Totals increase even as unemployment drops; official says 'this should be a call to action for everyone in our community'

School district chooses new communications director

Christine Moses, a professional consultant with more than two decades of experience, will step into the role being vacated by Nancy Duin

Neighbors get first look at D Avenue concepts

Feedback from neighbors will help decide whether to keep the road straight or adopt a meandering design to slow down traffic for D Avenue.

'Everything looks so fresh and wonderful'

The Lake Oswego Farmers Market opens Saturday with 17 new vendors and longtime favorites like Rose Hubler.

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