New Clackamas Urban Watersheds Council coordinator Andrew Collins-Anderson at planting party

New Clackamas Urban Watersheds Council coordinator Andrew Collins-Anderson at planting party

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Former county commissioner, state legislator apologizes for unauthorized tree cutting

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TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO  - GED student Marquez Goldsby works in the lobby of Londer Learning Center last April.
February 11, 2016

Oregon GED students still struggling

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Critics say easier passing score isn't enough of a change Masked in Oregon’s recent celebration of higher graduation rates was the fact that 26 percent of the state’s students did not graduate…
February 10, 2016

Don't buckle up? Prepare to get a ticket in Oregon City

by Raymond Rendleman
Oregon City police sent out an extra reminder to buckle up before driving this week. OCPD — along with several Oregon sheriff's offices, local police departments and Oregon State Police — are…
February 10, 2016

Oregon City's Portland Cider Co. moving to Clackamas

by Raymond Rendleman
The Portland Cider Co. announced last month that it is moving its cider production facility to a new, larger location in Clackamas in order to meet the growing demand for its cider products. The…
AUSTIN BOLTZ - CHS's routine wins first place in the Show Division.
February 10, 2016

School notes: Dancers gear up; NCSD bond; NUHS farm; Google…

by Raymond Rendleman
All three North Clackamas high schools placed well at Canby’s Winter Festival of Dance 2016 on Jan. 30, the first competition for the state championship season. The second half of the season…
PHOTO BY KATHY SCHAUB - Clackamas High School was the surprise recipient of a $1,000 at Monday's groundbreaking of the Happy Valley Crossroads shopping complex, which Fred Meyer said would be the first of many to the community. Pictured from left are Jeff Betts, CHS band director; band member Elliott Howard; Melinda Merrill, Fred Meyers manager of community affairs; band member Christian Kerr; and Barry Cain, president of Gramor Development.
February 08, 2016

Fred Meyer, Gramor Development donate to Clackamas High School

by The Clackamas Review
Clackamas High School was the surprise recipient of a $1,000 check at Monday's groundbreaking of the Happy Valley Crossroads shopping center; Fred Meyer and Gramor Development each contributed…
February 08, 2016

Climate changes push Milwaukie to consider tripling solar-power…

by Raymond Rendleman
Milwaukie shouldn’t have to replace a crucial bridge that became unusable after the extreme rains in December, Mayor Mark Gamba said. The city doesn’t know where it will find the estimated $1…
February 08, 2016

Wesley Lynn Park plan sent to Oregon City voters

by Raymond Rendleman
Oregon City commissioners are asking voters to sign off on a nine-house development that would abut the northwest corner of Wesley Lynn Park. Last week, city commissioners approved asking voters…
PHOTO BY: LYNDA ORZEN - People walk next to a flooded McDonald's sign near Oregon City's Clackamette Park during the 1996 flood.
February 08, 2016

'Oregon City Floods' book to be released at Museum of Oregon…

by Raymond Rendleman
Many locals remember the great flood of 1996 that inundated much of Oregon City 20 years ago this month. A new book highlights how that flood was part of a pattern of similarly large floods in…
SUBMITTED - From left Gladstone H&R Block Office Manager Angela Bierman, Derek Taylor and Michel Thorsteinson.
February 08, 2016

Derek Taylor is first Gladstone H&R Block $1,000 winner

by The Clackamas Review
At a celebration featuring cupcakes, congratulations and cheers, Angela Bierman, office manager of the Gladstone H&R Block office, on Sunday, Jan. 31, presented a $1,000 check to Derek Taylor,…
February 07, 2016

'Clackamas Porch Pirate' and accomplice arrested

by Jim Redden
Tips from the public have led to the arrest of a suspected thief dubbed the "Clackamas Porch Pirate" and his accomplice. According to the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office, Amanda Kanthack, 27,…

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CLACKAMAS FIRE DISTRICT - No one was hurt in a fire at Lake Crest apartments on Feb. 6.
Feb 06, 2016

Two escape Milwaukie apartment fire

by Pamplin Media Group
Red Cross assists four displaced residents A man and his son escaped an apartment fire on Saturday morning that damaged Lake Crest Apartments on Lake Road. An apartment unit fire was reported…
Feb 04, 2016

Milwaukie Center to host Linda Hardison, director of the Oregon…

by Raymond Rendleman
What constitutes a native plant for gardeners in the Portland metro region? Native to North America? The Pacific Northwest? Or a Douglas fir forest on Mount Hood or the banks of the Clackamas…
Feb 04, 2016

Master Recycler course comes to Clackamas County

by The Clackamas Review
Are you a champion for recycling at your home or workplace? Would you like to help our community throw away less? Are you itching to learn what happens to your recycling after the truck drives…
Feb 10, 2016

Oak Grove citizens call foul on Clackamas County's library deal…

by Raymond Rendleman
The Oak Grove Community Council has thrown a potential monkey-wrench into the Board of County Commissioners’ plan to get out of providing library services. In a Feb. 3 letter to Clackamas…
Feb 03, 2016

North Clackamas mayors find areas of agreement at Chamber State…

by Raymond Rendleman
A cooperative spirit among local mayors was evident at the State of the Cities luncheon last week, attendees said. Mayors didn’t agree on everything during the North Clackamas Chamber of…
Feb 03, 2016

Two new exhibits at Museum of the Oregon Territory highlight…

by The Oregon City News
On Feb. 3, the Museum of the Oregon Territory, 211 Tumwater Drive, Oregon City, will open two new exhibits. "Preserving Places: Local Stories of Conservation, Restoration and Preservation" tells…
COURTESY PHOTO: PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY - Portland State University matriculates about 28,000 students annually, but officials say the cost of education is much too high. A proposed payroll tax would go primarily to a regional scholarship program.
Feb 02, 2016

PSU supporters push ahead with Metro-wide payroll tax plan

by Shasta Kearns Moore
One-tenth-of-1-percent plan may still have uphill battle Portland State University supporters aim to find out how valuable the university is to local voters with an initiative petition to raise…
Feb 01, 2016

Clackamas Review/Oregon City News seeks Amazing Kids nominations

by The Clackamas Review
The Clackamas Review/Oregon City News and partner newspapers are seeking submissions to our 2016 Amazing Kids contest. The deadline for submission is Feb. 29. This annual April special section…
PHOTO COURTESY: GINNY VAN LOO - Pictured from left are Elks Exalted Ruler Jim Knauff; Jared Bott; Heather Loughridge; Elks Scholarship Chair Karma McDowell; Leah Olson; Hunter Teel and Maurice Harbick.
Feb 01, 2016

School notes: Graduation rates increase; OC Elks scholarships;…

by Raymond Rendleman
Local school districts continued to surpass the state graduation rate, according to the latest data released last week. Statewide, Oregon’s more than 33,000 high school graduates bumped the…
Jan 28, 2016

Mentally disturbed man dies after SWAT standoff at Holly Acres…

by Raymond Rendleman
The 19-year-old suspect who died as result of his injuries from a CCSO SWAT standoff on Thursday in Oak Grove was identified as Christopher Kalonji. According to the Clackamas County Sheriff’s…



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