A farm-fresh debate

A farm-fresh debate

Oregonians love their farmers. Grocers tout their local cherry farmer cred on freeway...

Julie, Fred Nelligan rally community against ALS diagnosis

Julie, Fred Nelligan rally community against ALS diagnosis

Light-rail advocate for Oak Grove area given three to five years to live - In hindsight, Fred...

Kids can soar with free plane rides

Kids can soar with free plane rides

Young people ages 8 through 17 are invited to take to the skies at 10 a.m. July 12 at the Mulino...

Pentathlete seeks 'fun' at Special Olympics

Pentathlete seeks 'fun' at Special Olympics

Since running track during her first state competition in 2011, Gladstone resident Meagan Paxton...

Anderson crowned Miss Oregon 2014

Anderson crowned Miss Oregon 2014

For Rebecca Anderson, the fourth time was the charm, as the Oregon City resident was named Miss...

Chamber honors awardees, new members

Chamber honors awardees, new members

Jennifer Salvatore, the surprise 2014 Rohn Bly Volunteer of the Year, set the tone for the North...

Ragel to leave City Hall after nine years

Ragel to leave City Hall after nine years

Program manager put city arts, culture on track for growth - Beth Ragel’s last day with the...

Happy Valley in-fill project causes uproar

Happy Valley in-fill project causes uproar

A Happy Valley neighborhood is outraged about a proposed new development that observers are...

OC unites against common cancer foe

OC unites against common cancer foe

If you are in or near the Oregon City area on June 28 and 29, and you want to do something more...

OC keeps high hopes for former mill site

OC keeps high hopes for former mill site

Oregon City’s Legacy Project coordinators envision a return to prominence for the once...

PLUNGING into danger

PLUNGING into danger

Every summer, the deep waters, swift currents and cold temperatures of High Rocks attract...

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by: PHOTO COURTESY: KOIN LOCAL 6 - Dr. Kris Otteman, director of shelter medicine, talks with reporters at the Oregon Humane Society this week.
July 11, 2014

CCSO: Pets face neglect in Jennings Lodge

by Raymond Rendleman
Oregon Humane Society officials Thursday seized more than 40 cats and one dog from a man in Jennings Lodge, south of Milwaukie, who had been under investigation for animal neglect. The first…
July 10, 2014

Dust off your fans, the heat is coming

by Pamplin Media Group
Temperatures in metro area could hit 100 Weather expert Steve Pierce says the Portland area, and the Pacific Northwest, should prepare for brutal heat in the coming week. "The Pacific Northwest…
July 10, 2014

Milwaukie Lions raise money to benefit veterans

by Raymond Rendleman
Tired of hauling your redeemable cans around and feeding them into a machine, only to get sticky and a couple of bucks for your effort? Let members of the Milwaukie Lions Club lighten your load…
July 09, 2014

First Friday fun offered

by Ellen Spitaleri
The North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District RecMobile will set up shop at Milwaukie’s First Friday on July 11 in a prominent spot on Main Street to offer free crafts for kids ages 6 to 10.…
by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Jackie and Michael Henderson celebrated their marriage on the beach in Belize on May 5, 2012.
July 09, 2014

Taking steps to battle cancer

by Ellen Spitaleri
Everyone who participates in a Relay for Life has a story to tell, and they all want the same thing: to find a cure for cancer. In September 2011, a young woman named Jackie Swanson was assigned…
by: NCSD - Morris
July 09, 2014

Students win gold at national competition

by The Clackamas Review
Two “hard-working, smart, dedicated and well-deserving” Sabin-Schellenberg students each took home gold medals at the National Skills USA competition in Kansas City, announced Principal Karen…
by: PHOTO BY: ROXANDRA E. PENNINGTON - Museum of the Oregon Territory visitors contemplate Donation Land Claim border stone marking boundary between Larkin and Wingfield family plots in Molalla.
July 09, 2014

Building boundaries

by Roxandra E. Pennington
Museum exhibit, class explore history of state land claims - In the mid-1800s, the new state of Oregon was roughly mapped out at first — with hopeful land claims marked by movable stones, and…
July 09, 2014

Four Honor Flight trips funded

by Jean Braden
Delta Xi chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International held a garage sale June 6-8 at the home of Delta Xi members Carol Cookson and Laurie Stapleton in Milwaukie. All proceeds were donated to…
July 09, 2014

Dunk tank to enliven Sunnyside Farmers Market

by Ellen Spitaleri
School and community organizations are welcome to sign up for a slot at the dunk-a-teacher, dunk-a-coach event at the Sunnyside Farmers Market starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 12. The…
July 08, 2014

Neighbors block AT&T cell tower proposal

by Raymond Rendleman
State board decides on property's use, not its potentially declining value - Beavercreek neighbors will have plenty of cause to celebrate after the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals decision…

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by: PHOTO COURTESY: CCSO - Clackamas County cadets show off their hardware earned at this year's Explorer Conference by winning various law-enforcement-based tests.
Jul 08, 2014

County cadets clean up at Ex-Con competition

by Raymond Rendleman
Last month on June 14, the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office cadets travelled to a national competition called Explorer Conference in Las Vegas. This year’s competition, nicknamed “Ex-Con,”…
Jul 07, 2014

Lockdown clearing at Kraxberger Middle School

by Raymond Rendleman
UPDATE: Police discover body from suicide on Springhill Place - Police say that they had to block Webster Road in Gladstone until around 3 p.m. due to a SWAT situation. It started Monday at 8:56…
by: CCSO - Barker
Jul 07, 2014

County jail inmate strangles himself in cell

by Raymond Rendleman
A Clackamas County Jail inmate committed suicide in his cell on Friday, July 4, detectives and the Medical Examiner's Office reported. The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office identified the inmate…
by: SUBMITTED - Couzens
Jul 05, 2014

Couzens to join Gladstone School Board

by Raymond Rendleman
Following the resignation of Denise Browning, the Gladstone School Board had big shoes to fill. In unanimously voting for Nicole Couzens last month, they brought many new qualifications and…
Jul 02, 2014

Man sues over light-rail construction

by Raymond Rendleman
Bill Corti is suing TriMet for $279,679 over the lack of vehicle access to the house he owns in downtown Milwaukie. Due to light-rail construction, TriMet has left no way for cars to enter this…
by: PHOTO COURTESY: MPD - The 17-year-old driver involved in a July 2 chase was taken to a nearby hospital for minor injuries.
Jul 03, 2014

MPD: Teen rams two cop cars after setting off illegal fireworks

by KOIN Local 6
Two patrol cars were rammed into Wednesday night during a car chase, Milwaukie Police Department officials said. The incident started over a simple fireworks complaint just after 11 p.m., when a…
by: CONTRIBUTED - Waxenfelter
Jul 07, 2014

Clackamas County weighmasters ordered to halt traffic stops

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Review following shooting finds lack of training, oversight Clackamas County announced it is shutting down its highway weight enforcement program in the wake of the Feb. 6 shooting death of…
Jul 03, 2014

County development offices open July 3

by Raymond Rendleman
Clackamas County offices will be closed Thursday, July 3, except for the offices that are typically open on Friday. Clackamas County development services offices in the Development Services…
Jul 02, 2014

Oak Lodge districts to merge in 2016?

by Raymond Rendleman
The word “exciting” doesn’t usually come up when people think about the next Oak Lodge Sanitary District meeting, but the word has been spreading among community members in reference to…
by: OCSD  - Danner
Jul 02, 2014

OCSD selects next principal for Ogden Middle School

by Raymond Rendleman
Oregon City School District officials last week welcomed Pete Danner as the new Ogden Middle School principal. Danner came from Salem-Keizer School District, where he has been a middle-school…




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