From resistance to renovation of Concord Elementary School?

From resistance to renovation of Concord Elementary School?

Interest comes from same development company of Washington High School - More than 100...

Kellogg Bridge no longer has a 9-foot leap

Kellogg Bridge no longer has a 9-foot leap

Metro teams with Milwaukie to land the Kellogg Bridge - Thanks to Metro, the Kellogg pedestrian...

Blood forensics workshop follows the clues at Oregon City High School

Blood forensics workshop follows the clues at Oregon City High School

At a crime scene, witnesses may be untrustworthy, but “blood spatter doesn’t lie.”...

Oregon City moves forward on traffic roundabout at former Mt. Pleasant Elementary School

Oregon City moves forward on traffic roundabout at former Mt. Pleasant Elementary School

“As much I dislike the five-legged traffic circle, it seems to me that’s the only...

Lawnfield Road to close at 82nd Drive

Lawnfield Road to close at 82nd Drive

A segment of Southeast Lawnfield Road between the Union Pacific Railroad crossing and 82nd Drive...

Oregon City's Boy Scouts Troop 220 declares egg-hunt success

Oregon City's Boy Scouts Troop 220 declares egg-hunt success

After sponsoring Oregon City's Easter Egg Hunt at Rivercrest Park for the last few years, the...

Local Iraq vet Tina Kennedy seeks to end homelessness

Local Iraq vet Tina Kennedy seeks to end homelessness

After 22 years traveling the world, a 1992 Milwaukie High School graduate has returned to her...

Milwaukie native's fight against homelessness begins with herself, continues with blankets on Kickstarter

Milwaukie native's fight against homelessness begins with herself, continues with blankets on Kickstarter

Oregon City resident Ashleyann Burnett is creating handmade blankets designed to fit the...

Volunteers don't wait until Earth Day to restore watershed

Volunteers don't wait until Earth Day to restore watershed

Opportunities abound in April for work parties, recycling - Sunshine, rain, wind and mud —...

Merkley visits shuttered Blue Heron Paper Co. mill to highlight need for 'level playing field'

Merkley visits shuttered Blue Heron Paper Co. mill to highlight need for 'level playing field'

Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Oregon) stood in front of the abandoned Blue Heron paper mill in Oregon City...

Other Pamplin Media Group sites

Recent Comments


Oregon City's Latest News

COURTESY OF UNIVERSITY OF PORTLAND - Susie Campbell-Gross, women's tennis coach, takes her Portland Pilots into the West Coast Conference semifinals on Friday, looking for the program's first-ever berth in the league finals.
April 23, 2015

Thursday results

by Portland Tribune
UP WOMEN REACH WCC TENNIS SEMIS The University of Portland women's tennis team, ranked No. 53 in the nation, beat Loyola Marymount 4-0 Thursday in the West Coast Conference quarterfinals at San…
April 23, 2015

North Clackamas County Chamber to discuss state of U.S. economy

by The Clackamas Review
The North Clackamas County Chamber of Commerce will hold an Economic Forum luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Wednesday, April 29, at Gray Gables Estate, 3009 S.E. Chestnut St., Oak Grove.…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Guests fill the room for Parrott Creeks first annual luncheon last year; this year's event takes place on May 7 at the Abernethy Center.
April 22, 2015

Luncheon to raise funds for Parrott Creek Child & Family Services

by Ellen Spitaleri
The community is invited to attend a luncheon at 11:30 a.m. May 7 at the Abernethy Center to show support for Parrott Creek Child & Family Services, which has been providing a wide variety of…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Better Body Fitness NW is now a 24/7 access club, in addition to being a personal training and boot camp facility.
April 22, 2015

Better Body Fitness NW expands

by The Oregon City News
Oregon City personal training and boot camp facility Better Body Fitness NW doubled its size last week to become a 24/7 access club. Totaling 5,500 square feet, Better Body Fitness NW now offers…
April 22, 2015

Marilyn Louise Greenwood

by The Clackamas Review
May 4, 1940 - April 11, 2015 - Marilyn Louise Greenwood died on April 11 at the age of 74. She is survived by: her husband, John Greenwood; daughters, Ronda (Steve) Susbauer and Robin Richards;…
PHOTO BY: R.E. PENNINGTON - Mertie Stevens Concord grapevine is still highly productive a half-century after her death. Note the waxy bloom, on the grapes, containing ambient yeast, prized in fermenting homemade and European wines of old.
April 22, 2015

Historic plant sale benefits Stevens-Crawford House

by Roxandra Pennington
Some of Oregon’s oldest, hardy garden varieties will be featured this Saturday at the annual Historic Plant Sale at the Stevens-Crawford Heritage House, 603 Sixth St., Oregon City. Plants for…
CITY OF OC - Wuest
April 21, 2015

Oregon City seeks applicants for vacated seat on City Commission

by Raymond Rendleman
New commissioner expected to be appointed on June 3 - Oregon City Commission Position No. 4 is currently vacant and commissioners are accepting applications for appointment until 5 p.m. on…
Valentina Galindo, Rachel Kimbrow inviting people to participate and learn English.
April 21, 2015

Padres Latinos and Ardenwald Elementary to teach English

by Pamplin Media Group
Following a similar program developed in Whitcomb Elementary by Rachel Kimbrow, Valentina Galindo will be teaching English to Spanish speakers. The program will start on April 27th at 6:30PM and…
KOIN 6 NEWS - Southbound 99E in Milwaukie after fatal crash.
April 20, 2015

Southbound 99E reopens after fatal Milwaukie crash

by Pamplin Media Group
UPDATE: Victim identified The southbound lanes of Highway 99E in Milwaukie reopened Monday morning after a fatal overnight crash. Michael Seamus McCoy, 38, was pronounced dead at the scene.…
April 20, 2015

Clackamas Community College to get start on bond projects

by Raymond Rendleman
With voters in the Clackamas Community College district approving a $90 million bond measure in November to update and modernize college recources, planning now is underway to construct and…

Don't miss the local news

Apr 18, 2015

Oregon Library Association presents year's top supporter award…

by Raymond Rendleman
The OC Backs the Carnegie Political Action Committee received the Oregon Library Association's Library Supporter of the Year Award, given annually to an Oregonian or a group of Oregonians for…
NCEF - Olivia Thomas
Apr 17, 2015

North Clackamas Education Foundation announces Olivia Thomas as…

by The Clackamas Review
A resident of Clackamas County for 20 years, Olivia Thomas is excited to continue fulfilling her lifelong passion to help children and communities in her new role as executive director of the…
PHOTO BY: MICHAEL READ - Oak Grove Cub Scout Pack #181 joins North Clackamas Urban Watersheds Council volunteers in helping plant trees at William J. Wild Memorial Park.
Apr 16, 2015

Trees connect community to heritage

by Raymond Rendleman
Cub Scouts make their mark to honor Oak Grove leader - Oak Grove and Jennings Lodge volunteers planted over three dozen mixed conifers during its most recent project at William J. Wild Memorial…
Apr 16, 2015

Neighborhood Economic Development Corporation workshop set for…

by Clackamas Review
Need to better understand how to manage your money? The Neighborhood Economic Development Corporation will hold a free one-day session that includes both LifeLine and Credit Recovery workshops,…
KOIN 6 NEWS - A baby suffered a skull fracture and died at a house in the 1700 block of Ninth Street in Oregon City on April 6.
Apr 15, 2015

Izaak Gillen, 7 months old, dies after skull fracture at Oregon…

by KOIN 6 News
A 7-month-old died from a skull fracture suffered at a babysitter’s house this week, and investigators have ruled it a homicide. The baby, identified as Izaak Gillen, was taken to Randall…
SUBMITTED  - Ohler
Apr 15, 2015

Vernie Ohler, turning 100 in Oregon City, leads life of adventure

by The Oregon City News
Vernie B. Ohler will have outlived her husband, brother, sister and her two children when she turns 100 next week at Avamere Living at Berry Park, an Oregon City retirement facility that she has…
FILE PHOTO - Barbara Roberts
Apr 15, 2015

Former governor Barbara Roberts to speak at Museum of the Oregon…

by The Clackamas Review
Barbara K. Roberts, the only woman elected as governor in Oregon, will speak about her life and political experiences next Wednesday at a joint meeting of the Oregon City and West Linn Rotary…
U.S. NAVY - Timmothy Erdt
Apr 14, 2015

Rex Putnam High School graduate Timmothy Erdt sailing to Japan…

by The Clackamas Review
A 2010 Rex Putnam High School graduate and Clackamas native is serving on one of the world’s largest warships, the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan. Timmothy Erdt is a mass…
Apr 13, 2015

School notes: Turnquist leaving Clackamas High School?; Oregon…

by Raymond Rendleman
Estacada School District Superintendent Marla Stephenson announced she will recommend hiring Kristin Turnquist as the new principal of Estacada Junior High School. Turnquist, a former English…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - A2 Fabrication in Milwaukie won an international award for its railings at the Oregon Zoo's new condor exhibit.
Apr 13, 2015

Milwaukie firm recognized for condor-exhibit work

by Raymond Rendleman
A Milwaukie fabricator was recognized last month for outstanding craftsmanship in an international competition among 500 firms sponsored by the National Ornamental & Miscellaneous Metals…




Local Weather

Light Rain

54°F

Oregon City

Light Rain

Humidity: 72%

Wind: 7 mph

  • 26 Apr 2015

    Showers 60°F 49°F

  • 27 Apr 2015

    Partly Cloudy 83°F 54°F