Oregon City police seek credit-card stealing fraudsters

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Anyone who has information about the suspects is encouraged to call 503-496-1616

Gladstone students chosen for Honor Band

Clackamas Review - News
Students honored included Gladstone High students Jordyn Layton, Sequoia Bumpus Sadie Klaus, Susie Beck, and Kraxberger Middle School student Grace…

Oregon City SD offers driver-ed class taken by Madison West

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Driver-ed classes still provide a measurable reduction in teen crashes, state statistics show

Jeremy Christian denied bail in MAX slayings case

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Christian is accused of killing Happy Valley resident and 2016 Reed College graduate

Downtown Oregon City Association again launches Snowflake…

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Shoppers making purchases on Saturday, Nov. 25, during the kickoff for the Snowflake Raffle, earn double raffle entries

Clackamas professional returns from South Africa service…

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Academy Mortgage volunteer Jonelle Knipe of Clackamas works to benefit school, kids

Playground safety highlighted in Oregon City schools

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Special training presented by Greg Jackson, the district's insurance representative and risk management consultant

In reversal, Milwaukie's Ledding Library building to be…

Clackamas Review - News
New 20,000-square-foot structure going in at 21st and Harrison will still be called Ledding Library

Oregon City library gets 3 design honors

Clackamas Review - News
Carnegie Library renovation includes self-checkout machines, automated materials handler

Clackamas County: Happy Valley should pay NCPRD $9.3M

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In Nov. 14 response to Oct. 9 lawsuit, total difference between competing claims grows to $22M

6 Oregon City High School students meet with state…

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Local students discuss obstacles to success with Advanced Placement education

Construction builds skills for Gladstone High School senior

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Alexis Bottcher builds a multi-level cedar produce display bin in her high school construction class

Dozens attend social-service fair at Barclay Park in Oregon…

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Resource Fair connects local homeless population with various resources within Clackamas County

School notes for Nov. 15

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Hundreds attend teen-brain seminar; GEF raises $68K; Another award for CCC president

Clackamas County DA sues state to block new sentencing law

Portland Tribune - News
According to the lawsuit, HB 3078 is unconstitutional because it was not adopted by 'two-thirds votes of the elected members of both houses of the…

More than 8,000 homeless students recorded in the Portland…

Portland Tribune - News
New state data reveals a growing trend of students without a fixed, stable place to sleep at night.

Kellogg sewage plant in Milwaukie to get update

Clackamas Review - News
The Kellogg facility treats what people flush down their toilets in northern Clackamas County

Dictionaries expand third grade knowledge

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Delivering dictionaries: annual tradition for the Gladstone/Oak Lodge Rotary Club

Vietnam War memorial dedicated in Milwaukie

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Mayor Mark Gamba honored to unveil a new memorial for those from the community who gave their lives

North Clackamas principals face off with public safety…

Clackamas Review - News
The Thanksgiving Shopping Challenge is back with a twist to include school principals

Gresham police find missing 12-year-old boy

Gresham Outlook - News
Maliki Isreal Skutley has found at 1 p.m. Tuesday after he ran away from his family

Gladstone Councilor Linda Neace voting not illegal 'at this…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County Elections Office, Secretary of State end inquiry into voter registration of Gladstone elected official

Carol Pauli files to replace Metro Councilor Carlotta…

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Former Oregon City commissioner sees priorities in livability, connected bike path/sidewalks, investments in core urban areas

Dog dragged by car 100 feet in downtown Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - News
The dog is expected to make a full recovery and the woman walking the dog was not injured, police said

Gresham man killed, Milwaukie teen held in shooting

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Victim and suspect are identified by the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office.

'Indigo, Olive and Brick Red' exhibit opens at CCC

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In show Nov. 13 through Dec. 8, self-taught artist Ben Gilbert's abstract drawings based on his daily life

SLIDESHOW: It's a dirty job ...

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Firefighters, guardsmen take advantage of the Oswego Lake drawdown to lead rescue drills in waist-deep mud

Oregon City High School students pose burning questions to…

Clackamas Review - News
For the first time, OCHS students get up close, personal with local military in honor of Veterans Day

Rotary Club hands out dictionaries, smoke detectors

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The Rotary Club of Milwaukie had a busy October, handing out more than 350 dictionary/thesauruses to third-graders at five North Clackamas elementary…

Connecting homeless with resources in Clackamas County

Clackamas Review - News
OCPD, Clackamas Fire, American Medical Response partner on new community paramedic program

Clackamas County program aids schools

Portland Tribune - News
Students benefit from distribution of computers no longer needed by county, which saves on auction and shipping costs.

Are you prepared for flood season?

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Clackamas County to host free 'Flood of Information' event at Milwaukie Center

Oregon City police: Homeless woman dies in Abernethy Park…

Clackamas Review - News
UPDATE: 45-year-old Rachael Renee Edwards found dead in an encampment on hillside near Washington and 16th streets

Happy Valley voters reject Prestige Senior Living annexation

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Senior-living facility blocked from going into hilly area in unincorporated Clackamas County's Altamont neighborhood

La Salle Prep junior collects coats to give to the needy

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Lucas Van Wagner requesting people donate at school, 11999 S.E. Fuller Road, unincorporated Milwaukie

77 homes to replace south Oregon City tree farm

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Oregon City officials vote 4-1 to allow zone change for subdivision developer

Milwaukie to dedicate Vietnam memorial

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At 11 a.m. on Nov. 11 the community is invited to attend a dedication ceremony in Scott Park

Oregon City students create Magic Wheelchair Halloween…

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Oregon City Service Learning Academy partners with nonprofit organization based out of Keizer

TriMet considers local bus service changes

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Proposed bus-line changes starting in 2018 could affect Oregon City, Gladstone and Clackamas

Teenager injured in Holly Acres Apartments shooting

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Deputies found an injured 17-year-old boy in the same apartment complex where a teenager had last year been shot by police

Father's Heart readies as winter shelter

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Homeless resource center in Oregon City seeks paid workers, volunteers for various shifts

Oregon City-area resident coordinating Oregon…

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Beavercreek resident Beth Dehn brings years of museum experience to state agency

'Local Portraits Northwest' exhibition opens at CCC

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Clackamas Community College's Alexander Gallery in Oregon City to host range of artworks

Best-selling author to speak in Milwaukie

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Andra Watkins is a National Book Award nominee and a New York Times best-selling author

Bill Bradbury: 'World depends on' tackling global…

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Former secretary of state in Milwaukie to boost efforts to slow climate change

Mitch Wall joins Providence Milwaukie Foundation…

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Oak Grove resident who has practiced business law since 1977 recently joined the board of directors

Oregon City taxpayers' total bill to fire manager:…

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Oregon City pays legal fees, administrative leave, payoffs and settlement to former city manager who had sued in federal court

Milwaukie Housing Fair to help seniors connect to…

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Housing Fair on Nov. 9 at the Milwaukie Center is 'not just for the elderly,' said Amy Kendall

Rex Putnam tells Anne Frank's story onstage

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'And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank' opens Nov. 3 in Black Box Theater at Rex Putnam High School

Women in leadership recognized by North Clackamas…

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The North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce's first Women In Leadership awards ceremony was a success last week.

School notes for Nov. 1

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La Salle's 'Almost, Maine' almost open; Gladstone hosts regional Robotics Fair

Gladstone students turn out for community service

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Athletes and student leaders from Gladstone High School volunteered on a rainy Saturday, Oct. 21, taking on outside chores for seniors across the…

Bicyclist critically injured running red light in…

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29-year-old Milwaukie resident cooperates with investigation after hitting bicyclist, 67, from OC

Oregon City's Matt Powlison named pavement manager…

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Northwest Pavement Management Association identifies Oregon City's street work as best in region

Dozens of volunteers make Elk Rock Island work…

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Milwaukie work party sponsored by the North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District attracts 25 volunteers

Milwaukie HS counselor Roberto Aguilar named best…

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Milwaukie High School employee coordinates programs with direct impact on graduation and college-entrance rates for students of color

Endangered Milwaukie man found safe

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Rason Kentta found safe in Salem. He was last seen getting on an Amtrak train it Portland.

CCSO launches webpage, graffiti reporting line

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clackamas.us/sheriff/graffiti.html provides different ways for Clackamas County residents to report

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Industry Day scheduled…

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The corps' Portland district civil-works programs award contracts of more than $150 million annually

Providence Milwaukie executive Keith Hyde to retire

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Hyde began his career as a dishwasher/dietary aide and eventually became COO of Milwaukie hospital

Give the gift of warmth this season

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Clackamas Fire District No. 1's fifth-annual Winter Warming Drive continues through Nov. 17

Grano Bakery named best new business in state

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Downtown Oregon City Association wins promotional awards from statewide organization

Local teens get to 'Drive With a Cop'

Lake Oswego Review - News
Annual event at PIR aims to improve the driving abilities and decision-making skills of young motorists

Clackamas County sends out tax bills

Portland Tribune - News
Total collections will increase by 6.5 percent in 2017-18, even as real market value jumps by 10 percent and assessed (taxable) values by 4.7 percent.

Scotland's Tannahill Weavers heads to Oregon City

Clackamas Review - News
Celtic music to come Oct. 28 to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Willamette Falls

Oregon City settles lawsuit with former manager…

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Oregon City pays $439,500 settlement to former city manager who had sued in federal court

Metro Councilor Carlotta Collette to step down in a…

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Collette and her husband have purchased house in Corvallis that they want to enjoy

School notes for Oct. 25

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NFS honored for school partnership; Gladstone High robotics team wins grant; Oregon Connections Academy in Clackamas; Gladstone schools expand…

Oregon City Woman's Club fundraiser kicks offs…

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This year's fundraiser takes place from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, at the Ainsworth House

John Wetten still visits his namesake school

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John Wetten retired as principal 25 years ago, but he's still working with students at the Gladstone elementary school named in his honor

Gem show to light up Clackamas County fairgrounds

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Clackamette Mineral & Gem Club presents 53rd annual Mineral & Gem Show on Oct. 28 and 29

Officials, experts reflect on sudden end of West…

West Linn Tidings - News
Company was doomed by perfect storm of unexpected problems in short period of time

Meth, murder charges filed against Beavercreek man

Clackamas Review - News
Detectives originally arrested Howard D. Bunnell Jr. in August, but manslaughter charges were dropped

Clackamas County liquor-law compliance at 70 percent

Clackamas Review - News
Ten establishments in Oregon City were frequented by minor decoys on Sept. 22

Election heats up to annex property in Happy Valley

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Senior-living facility would go into hilly area in unincorporated Clackamas County's Altamont neighborhood

Oregon City Commission approves subdivision at…

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Rejected by voters twice, West Linn-based Icon Construction succeeds in third try

Democratic State Rep. Janelle Bynum plans…

Clackamas Review - News
House District 51 encompasses the cities of Happy Valley, Damascus and Boring in Clackamas County, Gresham in Multnomah County

2 men wounded in 'accidental' shooting at Pioneer…

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UPDATE: Trailer had been shot once in a nearby parking lot in related incident

Check out this spooky display in Oregon City

Clackamas Review - News
Three men build a spooky environment to delight the neighborhood children on Halloween

Lewis & Clark Bank donates to Oregon City Pioneer…

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Pioneer Pantry's board chair says Lewis & Clark's $2,500 check will make a big difference for the nonprofit

CCC provides Spanish-language Early Childhood…

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Clackamas Community College is the only community college in Portland metro area offering early childhood courses in Spanish

CCC to screen gothic/vampire movie 'Angels of…

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Clackamas Community College teacher co-directs story predating 'Dracula' about a female vampire seducing a young girl

Oregon City child abuser sentenced to 75 months

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Ryan Phillip Fridlund sentenced to over six years in prison after pleading guilty in Clackamas County Circuit Court

Oregon City Parks Foundation plans 'mammoth'…

Clackamas Review - News
Volunteers will gather for refreshments at 9 a.m. and work until noon Saturday, Oct. 28, at Waterboard Park

Construction begins on Hilltop Fire Station

Clackamas Review - News
Station protects approximately 8 square miles and serves a population of nearly 17,500 residents

Amazon HQ chase: Region submits four offers

Portland Tribune - News
Portland, Beaverton, Milwaukie and Clark County all say Seattle-based company should build second headquarter here

Person of interest in Happy Valley area crash…

Clackamas Review - News
Ana Wakefield, 20, critically hurt in Oct. 18 crash east of Happy Valley along Highway 212

Love Inc. celebrates grand opening of building

Clackamas Review - News
Bridge of Hope walk-in community center has mission to connect people to local resources

Oregon City's 300 homeless students tackle…

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OCSD has two homeless education liaisons, Julie Baumann and Mary Ellen Winterhalter, who work to identify and support students in transition

Jerry Deas named Kiwanis governor for Pacific NW

Clackamas Review - News
Pacific Northwest District, now based in Jennings Lodge, is made up of more than 7,900 Kiwanis Club members in 309 clubs

Gladstone Girls robotics team takes second place

Clackamas Review - News
Team from Gladstone High School 2nd out of 20 teams at this month's Girls Generation competition

State police seek driver who fled Highway 212…

Clackamas Review - News
UPDATE: Troopers say a St. Helens man is a 'person of interest' in the collision that left 20-year-old Ana Wakefield of Damascus seriously injured at…

Board briefed on courthouse planning

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County gets $1.25 million state grant to start work on building to replace 80-year-old structure that is inadequate and likely to collapse…

TriMet General Manager announces retirement

Portland Tribune - News
Neil McFarlane will leave in early 2018 after 26 years, including the last seven as general manager

Ledding Library joins national celebration

Clackamas Review - News
Milwaukie is celebrating the Friends of Ledding Library as part of the 12th annual National Friends of Libraries Week from Oct. 15-21

Free talk by experts in keeping kids safe in Oregon…

Clackamas Review - News
Oct. 26 talk at Oregon City High School to help prevent underage drinking and youth drug use

School notes for Oct. 18

Clackamas Review - News
Gladstone Food Pantry receives grant; Subaru-U founded at CCC; Bomb threat closes Putnam; CCC seeks Budget Committee applicants

Kurt Schrader: Still optimistic on health care

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Democrat sees potential two-year deal on insurance premium subsidies; has doubts on a tax-code overhaul that Republicans, Trump say is top…

WES seeks 16 members for new advisory committee

Clackamas Review - News
Board of County Commissioners formally approves new Water Environment Services Advisory Committee

West Linn Paper Company will close after 128 years

West Linn Tidings - News
'Unforeseeable events' led to reduction in pulp, forcing city's only industrial business to close

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