Clackamas County: Christopher Kalonji family should pay for damage in deadly police shooting

Clackamas County: Christopher Kalonji family should pay for damage in deadly police shooting

Clackamas County is refusing to pay the parents of a 19-year-old who was killed by police for the...

Drills help Clackamas Fire, AMR, CCSO, LOFD and TVF&R rescue crews perfect skills

Drills help Clackamas Fire, AMR, CCSO, LOFD and TVF&R rescue crews perfect skills

It happens. Drivers on unfamiliar rural roads can cross over an embankment and end up in the...

Milwaukie home invasion robbery leads to injuries, 6 arrests

Milwaukie home invasion robbery leads to injuries, 6 arrests

Six people were arrested Wednesday in connection with an armed home invasion. Douglas Tyler...

A prehistoric delicacy

A prehistoric delicacy

Year after year, Native American tribes head to Willamette Falls for lamprey harvest To...

Military honors Clackamas Community College Associate Vice President Shelly Parini

Military honors Clackamas Community College Associate Vice President Shelly Parini

Clackamas Community College Associate Vice President Shelly Parini was honored at the Northwest...

BaconFest: Bikers urged to ride against melanoma from Oak Grove to Beavercreek camp

BaconFest: Bikers urged to ride against melanoma from Oak Grove to Beavercreek camp

Those who enjoy bacon or motorcycles will feel at home at BaconFest NW. The annual event includes...

Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission tours former Blue Heron paper mill

Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission tours former Blue Heron paper mill

Many local tribal leaders recently got their first opportunity to tour the former Blue Heron...

Jo Becker of Oregon City starts pets-in-disasters business

Jo Becker of Oregon City starts pets-in-disasters business

Oregon City resident Jo Becker, who is well known locally for spreading the word about emergency...

Get cash for submitting photos of Milwaukie

Get cash for submitting photos of Milwaukie

How do you see Milwaukie? The city invites amateur and professional photographers of all ages to...

Former Oregon City Recorder Nancy Ide announces run for city commissioner

Former Oregon City Recorder Nancy Ide announces run for city commissioner

Nancy Ide, a former city recorder for Oregon City, now wants to serve the city of the other side...

Gladstone councilors take varying views of meeting/interview with Jacque Betz

Gladstone councilors take varying views of meeting/interview with Jacque Betz

Gladstone City Council this week decided not to reprimand Councilor Neal Reisner for his...

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June 29, 2016

Watch: Local news reporters discuss lamprey harvest, development…

by Pamplin Media Group
Raymond Rendleman, news editor for the Clackamas Review/Oregon City News, interviewed Patrick Malee, West Linn Tidings reporter, about recent visits by tribes to Willamette Falls. Umatilla,…
June 29, 2016

Oregon City antique fair gets a new image

by The Oregon City News
The Downtown Oregon City Association has announced a partnership with Red Dog Events LLC to produce the popular, long-running Oregon City Antique Fair & Vintage Market (formerly known as the…
June 28, 2016

Clackamas County Board approves asking citizens to vote on gas…

by The Clackamas Review
On June 28 the Board of County Commissioners approved directing staff to start the necessary paperwork to place a gas tax measure on the Nov. 8 ballot. The proposed gas tax would be six cents…


TRIBUNE PHOTO: BIANCA PAHL - Helensview School, leased to Multnomah Education Service District from Parkrose School District, houses an alternative high school program in Northeast Portland.
June 28, 2016

Multnomah district finds lead in water at Helensview alternative…

by Shasta Kearns Moore
A third of the fixtures at an alternative high school program serving students from five school districts have tested above federal limits for lead in drinking water. There were 17 Helensview…
TIDINGS PHOTOS: VERN UYETAKE - The 1968 administration building has sat adjacent to the new building as it went up but before summer's end all trace of the older structure will be gone.
June 29, 2016

LOT project reaches 'final phase'

by Patrick Malee
Demolition of old filters, administration building underway Final phase. At one point, residents and government officials alike may have felt as if those two words would never be associated with…
Representing the Quilts of Valor Foundation, Faith Holloway on April 30 presents a quilt to Verland Huff, who served in the Navy during WWII.
June 28, 2016

Milwaukie's American Legion Post 180 stays busy

by Raymond Rendleman
It’s been a busy time of year for the Milwaukie American Legion Post 180, with Memorial Day and lots of other activities. On the 100th anniversary of Flag Day, June 14, the Honor Guard conducted…
JOHN KITZHABER
June 28, 2016

McDonnell Supreme Court ruling may be 'good day' for Kitzhaber…

by Pamplin Media Group
It’s probably too early to celebrate, but former Gov. John Kitzhaber might benefit from Monday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning the September 2014 bribery conviction of former Virginia…
June 27, 2016

Oregon City, Metro to review grant proposals, award funds locally

by Raymond Rendleman
Metro and Oregon City’s Enhancement Grant Committee will meet Wednesday, June 29, to review 18 proposals totaling $285,683 for the 2016-17 grant cycle and approve $210,000 in funding. The…
June 27, 2016

Redland area head-on crash kills 3 people

by KOIN 6 News
UPDATE: CCSO releases names of victims Three people died and two others were rushed to the hospital following a crash near the intersection of South Redland Road and Bradley Road shortly after…
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: MILES VANCE - Titania (Sara Fay Goldman) sleeps while her fairies dance in Experience Theatre Project's production of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' at The Round in Beaverton on Friday, June 24.
June 25, 2016

Shakespeare heads outdoors, with some timely political drama

by Bianca Pahl
Lo, tradition wafts solftly through Portland's nature, with gentle, warm summer nights graced by fair ensemble, hastening a season of performance that spills into the eve' beginning this…

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GLADSTONE PD - Lt. Colonel Frank Wilson's medals, found with a historic news article.
Jun 25, 2016

Gladstone police returning WWII medals to family

by Raymond Rendleman
Gladstone police have located the daughter of a U.S. Army colonel so they can return to the family several WWII medals that were found in a home in Gladstone. Frank Wilson earned the Purple…
Jun 24, 2016

Funding available for projects to boost Clackamas County tourism

by Raymond Rendleman
Tourism officials with Clackamas County announced that they are increasing the amount of tourism development-grant funds that will be available this coming fiscal year, and a pair of workshops…
OREGON CITY - Renate Mengelberg
Jun 23, 2016

Oregon City Commissioner Renate Mengelberg enthusiastic to…

by Raymond Rendleman
Renate Mengelberg says she’s enthusiastic about continuing to serve on the Oregon City Commission and has filed to run for the remaining two years of the term originally held by Daphne Wuest.…
Jun 22, 2016

Oak Lodge officials take on details of consolidation

by Anyi Wong-Lifton
At a joint meeting last Wednesday, the 10 elected officials of the Oak Lodge Water and Oak Lodge Sanitary districts selected from among themselves five leaders for the board of the consolidated…
PHOTO BY ELLEN SPITALERI - Father Jim Kolb, second from left, officiated at Stanley Fafara's funeral and here at the blessing of his gravestone. Also in attendance were, from left, Elizabeth Duncan, Beverly Jeppesen and Margie Tosi.
Jun 22, 2016

'Whitey' actor Stanley Fafara of 'Leave it to Beaver' finally…

by Ellen Spitaleri
The rainclouds parted and the sun shone as a mourning dove called from a nearby tree and nine people gathered at the Redland Pioneer Cemetery last week to watch the blessing of a gravestone for…
PHOTO COURTESY: CCSO - A photo of the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office dogs donning their vests.
Jun 22, 2016

Clackamas County Sheriff's Office police dogs get body armor

by The Clackamas Review
Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office canine deputies recently received body armor. CCSO dogs Kilo, Spencer, Vito, Nero, Marco and Grimm each received their bullet- and stab-protective vest thanks…
Jun 22, 2016

School notes: Free lunches; diversity on TV; engineering skills;…

by Raymond Rendleman
Local schools will sponsor free, hot, nutritious meals for youths age 1 to 18. Lunches will be served Monday through Friday, except Monday, July 4. Locations include: Ardenwald Elementary…
Jun 22, 2016

Fourth Friday event returns to Oregon City on June 24

by The Oregon City News
Head to downtown Oregon City on Friday, June 24, for local artists, beer and wine samplings, deals at participating businesses, a scavenger hunt and music on many street corners. Fourth Friday…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Pictured above are Audra Dominguez and Charles Gesik, who announced their engagement; they will be married on Sept. 17. They both graduated from Canby High School.
Jun 22, 2016

Engaged! Audra Dominguez and Charles Gesik of Milwaukie

by Raymond Rendleman
Audra Dominguez and Charles Gesik of Milwaukie have announced that they are engaged to be married on Sept. 17 at I Do! I Do! Garden Weddings in Hubbard. Dominguez, who plans to attend the…
Jacque Betz
Jun 21, 2016

Ex-Newberg city manager Jacque Betz hired in Gladstone

by Tim Becker/KOIN 6 News
Former Newberg City Manager Jacque Betz was hired last week by the City of Gladstone on an interim basis as the assistant city administrator. On June 14, the Gladstone City Council voted 4-3 in…