Hill named Milwaukie's Officer of Year

Hill named Milwaukie's Officer of Year

Milwaukie High School Resource Officer Crystal Hill will be named the city’s Police Officer...

Dedicated to healing veterans

Dedicated to healing veterans

Jan. 1 dawned clear and cold, and while most people stayed home to recover from New Year’s...

Main Street demolition plan draws protests from Milwaukians

Main Street demolition plan draws protests from Milwaukians

Reliable Credit has created an outcry in Milwaukie over the company’s plan to demolish...

Fighting to save a life

Fighting to save a life

Six-year-old Ethan Waddell of incorporated Milwaukie has MPS1 (Hurler syndrome), a rare,...

OCPD's best in blue recognized

OCPD's best in blue recognized

Police Chief Jim Band calls out officers for 'great' work in force - The Oregon City Police...

Grand opening set for nonprofit providing free books

Grand opening set for nonprofit providing free books

The Clackamas Bookshelf was founded to help address the documented lack of early literacy...

Exceed Enterprises works to improve environment

Exceed Enterprises works to improve environment

“One man’s trash is another man’s treasure” applies to the work of...

Films to focus on restoration, dam removal

Films to focus on restoration, dam removal

Greg Baartz-Bowman wants people to realize that on this planet we live in “one enormous...

Tomei reflects on 14 years in state health advocacy

Tomei reflects on 14 years in state health advocacy

As many as 24 people meeting in Rep. Carolyn Tomei’s dining room in Milwaukie made the magic...

New local group makes mission to educate about drug addiction

New local group makes mission to educate about drug addiction

Getting up in front of the winter’s Clackamas County Drug Court graduating class, Gail...

Local dance teams qualify for state championship

Local dance teams qualify for state championship

Clackamas High School and Milwaukie High School dancers each earned first-place finishes this...

Fulfilling her promise

Fulfilling her promise

OC resident, to be honored in Pasadena Rose Parade, donated her remains for organ and tissue...

Oregon City man arrested for murdering his wife

Oregon City man arrested for murdering his wife

An Oregon City man has been arrested for allegedly murdering his wife last month. Raymond Joseph...

Willamette Falls project wins statewide award

Willamette Falls project wins statewide award

At their Nov. 14 Design Awards, the Oregon Chapter of the American Society of Landscape...

Talented dancers head to fall championship

Talented dancers head to fall championship

Rex Putnam High School’s Royal Crowns tore up the Clackamas High School main gym this month...

Orange Line's GOLDEN SPIKE

Orange Line's GOLDEN SPIKE

Crews last week welded the final section of rail for the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Transit...


Oregon City's Latest News

January 25, 2015

Get involved: Serve on a county advisory board or panel

by The Clackamas Review
Clackamas County commissioners are seeking citizen volunteers to fill new vacancies on three Clackamas County Advisory Boards and Commissions. A person knowledgeable in human resources and…
Photo Credit: OCPD - Porter
January 23, 2015

OCPD: Wanted shooter escapes quick police response

by The Oregon City News
UPDATE: Suspect turns himself in Friday morning Oregon City police Friday morning were still looking for a suspected shooter who apparently fled out a downstairs side door of the home as…
January 22, 2015

Man falls to death off Goat Mountain cliff

by Peggy Savage
A man fell to his death off a 230-foot cliff on Goat Mountain southeast of Colton early Thursday morning. Crews from Molalla Fire District and the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office search and…
January 22, 2015

Classroom space offered in OC

by Raymond Rendleman
Three Rivers Gallery & Gifts recently began booking class and workshop rental space in Oregon City at 502 7th St. Cherilyn SunRidge, spokeswoman for the Three Rivers Artist Guild nonprofit that…
Photo Credit: CITY OF MILWAUKIE - Lisa Batey
January 28, 2015

Mayoral resignation causes political stir in Milwaukie

by Raymond Rendleman
Usually a city’s council president just fills in running meetings when the mayor can’t attend, but when there’s suddenly no mayor, the position takes on an increased level of importance — and…
January 21, 2015

Low-cost dog licensing, spay/neuter services offered in Clackamas

by The Clackamas Review
Clackamas County Dog Services is partnering with Good Neighbor Vet to offer low-cost vaccine, exam and microchipping clinics from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. every fourth Saturday at 13141 S.E. Highway…
January 20, 2015

Class offered for domestic violence victims

by The Clackamas Review
If you have experienced abuse by a current or former intimate partner, the free Women’s Empowerment Project class series can help you break the cycle. Sponsored by Clackamas County Community…
January 19, 2015

DEQ fines Battin Power in Milwaukie; company appeals

by Raymond Rendleman
Milwaukie-based generator sales and service business Battin Power, 5004 S.E. Johnson Creek Blvd., this month appealed its penalties from the state for alleged water-quality violations. The…
Photo Credit: FILE PHOTO - CVIM Lab Supervisor, Tami Staley, and volunteer, Jean Taylor, discuss lab tests to be performed with patient, Debbie Fredrick.
January 19, 2015

Volunteers to descend on OC clinic in honor of MLK

by Raymond Rendleman
Doctors, health pros needed Tuesday to donate time - Kaiser Permanente gave Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine Founders Clinic a $7,500 “Martin Luther King Day of Service” Grant, making it…
Photo Credit: COURTESY PHOTO - Former House Speaker Dave Hunt, now executive director of the Pacific Northwest Defense Coalition, is sworn in at a Jan. 14 meeting of the Clackamas Community College Board of Education.
January 19, 2015

Hunt joins CCC board

by Shasta Kearns Moore
The longtime legislator can run for election to the seat in May. Dave Hunt, former speaker of the Oregon House and majority leader, took a seat on the seven-member Clackamas Community College…

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Jan 19, 2015

Volunteers needed to serve on local health board

by The Clackamas Review
Clackamas County commissioners are seeking volunteers to serve on the Clackamas Health Centers Board, which works with county residents and patients to ensure that health care services continue…
Photo Credit: FILE PHOTO - Ferguson
Jan 16, 2015

Ferguson steps down as Milwaukie mayor

by Raymond Rendleman
Jeremy Ferguson announced Thursday evening that is stepping down as Milwaukie mayor after he “was offered a great job opportunity that involves a considerable amount of time out of state.”…
Jan 15, 2015

December was good month for real estate sales

by Pamplin Media Group
Portland Realtors closed more deals in December than they had in the past nine years, according to a new RMLS report released Thursday morning. The regional listing service reported that closed…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Marie Henderson prepares to celebrate her 100th birthday.
Jan 15, 2015

100-year-old local shares views on 21st-century 'comforts'

by Raymond Rendleman
Born Jan. 6, 1915, the middle child among four brothers in Astoria, Marie Henderson of Clackamas, who lives with her son and daughter-and-law, celebrated her 100th birthday last week.…
Jan 15, 2015

Concord Elementary building's future to be decided this spring

by Raymond Rendleman
In a recent letter to the community from Assistant Superintendent Ron Stewart, the North Clackamas School District has expressed its interest in the public’s ideas and concerns regarding the…
Jan 14, 2015

Main Street OC to renew funding by April?

by Raymond Rendleman
Jonathan Stone, executive director of Main Street Oregon City, said last week that he and his board are “still regrouping” after a blow to the funding for downtown renewal, but boosters are…
Photo Credit: PHOTO COURTESY: CCC - Andy Mingo, a Clackamas Community College instructor, accepts his award last week from Gov. John Kitzhaber.
Jan 14, 2015

School notes: Governor's award; bowlers excel; transfer day; etc.

by Raymond Rendleman
Clackamas Community College instructor Andy Mingo received the Governor’s Award for Innovation last week for his work educating students for careers in the rapidly growing film industry in…
Photo Credit: FILE PHOTO - Stafford
Jan 13, 2015

Happy birthday, William Stafford

by Raymond Rendleman
This week, the Oregon City Library will hold its annual William Stafford Commemorative Birthday Reading, honoring the life of a Clackamas County resident who served as both a state and national…
Photo Credit: PHOTO BY VERN UYETAKE - Surja Tjahaja demonstrates how he can use his mindful meditation techniques to achieve stress-reduction and increase happiness in his everyday life.
Jan 13, 2015

Meditation classes help with life's challenges

by Ellen Spitaleri
Surja Tjahaja has been teaching Mindfulness Meditation classes for six years in Milwaukie, Lake Oswego and West Linn, because he’s happy he can “help others in need and provide them a strong…
Jan 12, 2015

Alpine Foods expands in Milwaukie

by The Clackamas Review
With the help of an economic stimulus program operated by Clackamas County and the city of Milwaukie, Alpine Foods is investing nearly $1.8 million to expand and upgrade its location since 2011…




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