Orange Line public art promotes pride

Orange Line public art promotes pride

“I have begun thinking of public art opportunities as research projects and chances to...

Willamette River canoe trip teaches about watershed health

Willamette River canoe trip teaches about watershed health

A misty day and a sudden rain shower did not dampen the spirits of the 24 people who gathered on...

Oregon City School District celebrates golden day for bus-barn project

Oregon City School District celebrates golden day for bus-barn project

Oregon City School District staff and school board members joined nearly 100 OCSD bus drivers and...

Oregon City's 1913 Carnegie Library finally to be expanded, renovated

Oregon City's 1913 Carnegie Library finally to be expanded, renovated

August will be an exciting time for the Oregon City Public Library, which will be breaking ground...

Milwaukie Mayor Mark Gamba shows Metro top spots for light-rail potential

Milwaukie Mayor Mark Gamba shows Metro top spots for light-rail potential

Big changes might be in Milwaukie’s future, if the city can find money to fund them. On...

OC Farmers Market celebrates 10th anniversary

OC Farmers Market celebrates 10th anniversary

To celebrate its 10th anniversary on July 18, the Oregon City Farmers Market gave out 250...

Oregon City's First City Celebration returns on Saturday

Oregon City's First City Celebration returns on Saturday

This year from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, July 25, the First City Celebration is the largest...

River of Life Earth Crusaders help Homewoods on the Willamette retirement center

River of Life Earth Crusaders help Homewoods on the Willamette retirement center

River of Life Earth Crusaders helped reclaim portions of historic woodland at Homewoods on the...

TriMet's Orange Line test train runs smoothly from Oak Grove to Portland

TriMet's Orange Line test train runs smoothly from Oak Grove to Portland

Extremes in temperature are not good for people, and, as riders on one of the MAX Orange Line...

Teen deaths inspire City of Angel5 safety program

Teen deaths inspire City of Angel5 safety program

A new campaign, which hopes to raise awareness about distracted and impaired driving, was...

Czech this out: Award-winning Oregon City author Hannah Gildea heads to Prague

Czech this out: Award-winning Oregon City author Hannah Gildea heads to Prague

Hannah Gildea knows that writers can write anywhere in the world, but she is a proponent of St....

Local real estate market as hot as the weather

Local real estate market as hot as the weather

Is it your imagination that it’s hot out there? Nope, this is especially true of the real...

Happy Valley resident Hailey Kilgore named Oregon's Outstanding Teen

Happy Valley resident Hailey Kilgore named Oregon's Outstanding Teen

The 16-year-old Clackamas High School student will move on to the national pageant in August - ...

North Clackamas County Chamber of Commerce presents awards to stellar volunteers

North Clackamas County Chamber of Commerce presents awards to stellar volunteers

The North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce held its 60th annual Awards and Installation Dinner on...

SOLVE, Elite Care join to clean up Stringfield Family Park

SOLVE, Elite Care join to clean up Stringfield Family Park

Children, their parents, grandparents, and even in some cases, their great-grandparents gathered...

Recreational marijuana due for rocky rollout?

Recreational marijuana due for rocky rollout?

The new state law to legalize recreational marijuana has remained controversial throughout its...

Lewis & Clark Bank building new offices in Oregon City

Lewis & Clark Bank building new offices in Oregon City

Lewis & Clark Bank last week began construction on its new Oregon City headquarters. Located on...

Geese labeled public enemy No. 1 in Milwaukie

Geese labeled public enemy No. 1 in Milwaukie

Milwaukie Riverfront Park is supposed to be a destination spot for people to relax, play and...

Clackamas Rep begins season with 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof'

Clackamas Rep begins season with 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof'

Big Daddy is celebrating his 65th birthday, but instead of a festive occasion, family members...

Journey through OC history with Aperture Scavenger

Journey through OC history with Aperture Scavenger

Oregon City children and their families will have a chance to learn about the history of their...

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Oregon City's Latest News

August 05, 2015

Gladstone, OC, West Linn advocate for Tri-City Service District…

by Raymond Rendleman
Clackamas County’s dreams for merging local sewer districts met with resistance from Gladstone and Oregon City at the Regional Wastewater Treatment Capacity Advisory Committee meeting last week.…
August 05, 2015

Clackamas County to award $250K to local nonprofits

by The Clackamas Review
Clackamas County commissioners announced the application process for the county’s Small Grants Program last month. This will be the seventh consecutive year that Clackamas County offers this…
STATE OF OREGON  - Steph Delage
August 05, 2015

Steph Delage hired to take stand against elder abuse

by Raymond Rendleman
Milwaukie resident Steph Delage will lead a volunteer advocacy team for assisted living sites in Clackamas County as the state’s new deputy long-term care ombudsman. Oregon’s Office of the…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Concerned neighbors walk the route from the Oak Grove Daycare at night on July 22.
August 05, 2015

Parents upset over cancellation of Oak Grove Daycare bus stop

by Raymond Rendleman
In advance of the Aug. 13 North Clackamas School Board meeting, neighbors are asking that the bus stop at Oak Grove Daycare be reinstated. Since there are sidewalks along students’ walking…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Pictured from left are Michele Veenker, Mary Frances Dietz, Judy Penny, Rob Lucke, Lowell Hootman, Cassie Eichenberger and Chris Wilhite.
August 04, 2015

Rotary/Elks groups donate $3,300 to local nonprofits

by Raymond Rendleman
Last month the Portland Metropolitan Rotary Club and the Milwaukie-Portland Elks Lodge presented more than $3,000 to local charities. Thanks to all of the community businesses that contributed…
August 03, 2015

City of Oregon City confiscates Oregon City News newspaper stands

by The Clackamas Review
UPDATE: After mix-up, city returning newsstands to streets on Tuesday - Wondering what happened to your newsstand in the core of Oregon City? The Oregon City News was notified this week that its…
August 03, 2015

Register now for CCC farm classes

by The Clackamas Review
Oregon State University’s Small Farms School is coming up Sept. 12 at Clackamas Community College’s campus in Oregon City. People can — and should — register soon since space fills up fast.…
MCSO - Bonsignore
July 29, 2015

Oregon City man injured during deadly shooting in Damascus

by Raymond Rendleman
UPDATE: Jeremy James Bonsignore arrested on murder charge CCSO investigators said Wednesday that Jeremy Bonsignore of Oregon City went to Andrae Fenner's residence just after 5:30 p.m. on…
FILE PHOTO - Wilda Parks
July 29, 2015

Milwaukie City Councilor Wilda Parks files to keep seat in…

by The Clackamas Review
Milwaukie City Councilor Wilda Parks announced Wednesday that she has filed to retain her seat in a Nov. 3 special election; potential opponents have until Aug. 25 to get on the ballot. Parks…
July 29, 2015

Oregon City School District gets green light for new…

by Raymond Rendleman
Construction is scheduled to start Aug. 17, with an official groundbreaking tentatively on Aug. 3, for the Oregon City School District’s new transportation maintenance facility. OCSD’s more than…

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Jul 29, 2015

Gladstone council continues to grapple with library/City…

by Raymond Rendleman
Combining a library with a police station is almost impossible in Gladstone, city officials concluded in a work session last week. MacKenzie consultants argued that the police station should be…
Jul 29, 2015

Neighbors to host National Night Out

by Raymond Rendleman
Don’t forget your lawn chair for local National Night Out celebrations on Tuesday, Aug. 4. This annual, nationwide neighborhood-watch program aims to promote involvement in local crime and drug…
Jul 29, 2015

National backpack giveaway scheduled Aug. 1 in Oregon City

by The Oregon City News
Oregon City residents are about to benefit from a national backpack giveaway campaign. Verizon retailer TCC will donate 100,000 backpacks full of school supplies to children through its annual…
CCSO - Police trainees focused on operating the personal watercrafts in various water conditions, including strong current and whitewater.
Jul 27, 2015

Police train in water near Willamette Falls

by Raymond Rendleman
On July 22, the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office partnered with the Oregon State Marine Board to provide a day of training next to Willamette Falls. Local law enforcement agencies came to train…
FILE PHOTO - Jim Bernard
Jul 29, 2015

Clackamas County Commissioner Jim Bernard throws hat into chair…

by Raymond Rendleman
Having served as a county commissioner for the past six and a half years, Jim Bernard believes he is “the best person to take on the challenges of leading this diverse and growing county” as…
Jul 27, 2015

Here a Pick, there a Pick for Happy Valley's Pickthon

by Rob Cullivan
Pickathon, a premier indie roots festival, takes place from Friday to Sunday, July 31 to Aug. 2, at Pendarvis Farm, 16581 S.E. Hagen Road, Happy Valley. Musicians and bands featured include Ty…
Jul 27, 2015

Clackamas County plan for Tri-City Service District backfires

by Raymond Rendleman
“We’re really moving toward making sure the electeds in Tri-City feel as if they have more input in terms of process,” said County Commissioner Martha Schrader as the commissioners unanimously…
GLADSTONE POLICE DEPARTMENT - These two suspects are wanted for robbing an Arco service station in Gladstone.
Jul 26, 2015

Gladstone armed robbery suspects sought

by Jim Redden
Gladstone police are looking for three suspects who robbed a gas station at gunpoint this weekend. No one was injured in the robbery, which took place at the Gladstone Arco Station at 810 E.…
Jul 23, 2015

Holistic Pet Center hosts grand reopening

by Raymond Rendleman
You may not have noticed the big changes that have happened at Holistic Pet Center in the past few months. Original owner Chip Sammons retired after 27 years in the business. Longtime customer…
OSP - A Mulino man died when his motorcyle crashed near Maupin Tuesday night.
Jul 22, 2015

Mulino man dies in motorcycle crash

by Peggy Savage
A Mulino man died Tuesday night after the motorcycle he was riding crashed on a road near Maupin in Wasco County. According to Oregon State Police, OSP troopers and emergency personnel responded…




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