Rowe Middle School students making an difference for Kellogg Creek with grant from the North Clackamas Education Foundation

Rowe Middle School students making an difference for Kellogg Creek with grant from the North Clackamas Education Foundation

Urban creeks need lots of love these days, and Jeff Young and his sixth-grade science students at...

Radio's 'good guys' aim to get oldies back

Radio's 'good guys' aim to get oldies back

Milwaukie-based Good Guy Radio launched its Kickstarter campaign last week to raise funds to...

Vets honor those who served, but died homeless

Vets honor those who served, but died homeless

Upon the request of a deceased veteran’s family, U.S. law requires every eligible veteran...

CHS junior receives grant to make lockdown kits

CHS junior receives grant to make lockdown kits

A National Guardsman training with a simulated rifle caused a 10-minute lockdown March 8, 2012,...

Taproom set to open below Municipal Elevator

Taproom set to open below Municipal Elevator

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Plans for military museum take shape

Plans for military museum take shape

The public is getting a better sense of the vision for the Oregon Military Museum’s...

Before going 'Wild,' heed advice of couple who hiked Pacific Crest Trail

Before going 'Wild,' heed advice of couple who hiked Pacific Crest Trail

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HISTORIC TRACTION

HISTORIC TRACTION

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Dedicated to healing veterans

Dedicated to healing veterans

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Fighting to save a life

Fighting to save a life

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OCPD's best in blue recognized

OCPD's best in blue recognized

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March 05, 2015

State senate passes bill for study of expansion of natural gas…

by Isabel Gautschi
Estacada officials support Senate Bill 32 The Oregon State Senate passed a bill Wednesday, March 5, establishing a study of how public utilities that supply natural gas may expand service to…
March 05, 2015

CCSO hopes two arrests put stop to string of thefts

by The Clackamas Review
The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office, along with Happy Valley, Canby and Oregon City police departments, worked together to recover a massive haul of stolen items from a single Redland…
Photo Credit: FILE PHOTO - Angier
March 04, 2015

Clackamas River Water Patricia Holloway recall petitioner Naomi…

by Raymond Rendleman
Angier wants seat currently held by Grafton Sterling - The recall campaign she led against Grafton Sterling wasn’t the main reason that Naomi Angier filed for election as a commissioner on the…
March 04, 2015

'Get in the van' man approaching Ardenwald Elementary students

by Raymond Rendleman
Milwaukie police took a second report in less than a month about a man in a white van approaching a student at Ardenwald Elementary. The student was walking alone to school Wednesday, March 4,…
Photo Credit: CCSO - Neil
March 04, 2015

Missing elderly men from Happy Valley, Gladstone found

by Raymond Rendleman
Two elderly Clackamas County were found safe after both were reported missing March 3. Carl Neil, 81, disappeared on the morning near Southeast Sunnyside Road and 122nd Avenue in Happy Valley.…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Dr. Rahel Nardos (right) celebrates a recovery with a patient at Mekelle Univerity's Ayder Hospital.
March 04, 2015

Clackamas doctor focuses on childbirth complication

by Raymond Rendleman
Dr. Rahel Nardos, a urogynecologist at Kaiser Permanente in Clackamas, recently returned from a humanitarian trip to train more Ethiopian doctors to prevent and treat the devastating childbirth…
March 04, 2015

Clackamas Community College students to practice skills at…

by The Clackamas Review
Students in the Health Sciences programs at Clackamas Community College will get hands-on experience assisting at the Clackamas County Dental Fair. The fair will take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.…
March 04, 2015

Master Gardeners offer free tips

by Raymond Rendleman
Begin gardening season March 7 with 12 seminars - OSU Extension Master Gardener Sherry Sheng says no one should miss the sixth-annual Garden Discovery Day on March 7, when in just one morning,…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED - Smokin Joe Kubek and Bnois King
March 04, 2015

Winter Blues Fest heads to Milwaukie Elks Lodge with Smokin' Joe…

by Raymond Rendleman
Expanding from its previous smaller venues in Portland, this year’s Winter Blues Fest will be on two stages at the Milwaukie Elks Lodge on March 14. All proceeds from the seven acts aiming to…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Cornelia Hoppenbrouwers celebrates her 100th birthday at the Miramont Pointe senior living community where she lives with her husband, Jack.
March 04, 2015

WWII resistance fighter celebrates 100

by Raymond Rendleman
Cornelia Hoppenbrouwers, who recently celebrated her 100th birthday at the Miramont Pointe senior living community, has led a phenomenal life. Hoppenbrouwers supported the Dutch resistance…

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Mar 04, 2015

Chamber to host Public Safety Forum

by The Clackamas Review
The North Clackamas County Chamber of Commerce will host a Public Safety Forum Breakfast from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Thursday, March 19, at the Monarch Hotel. Top leadership will attend from…
Photo Credit: PHOTO BY MICHELLE LEIGH - Georgia Hatch, Kimmie Christensen and Alexis Davis work together to create Ka, a menacing and enormous snake.
Mar 04, 2015

Turn pages, share adventures in 'Jungle Book'

by Ellen Spitaleri
Show will be Oregon City Children's Theatre's last one at Jackson Campus site - If you have ever wanted to take a trip through the jungle, the cast and crew of “The Jungle Book,” the latest…
Photo Credit: FILE PHOTO - Leonetti
Mar 04, 2015

Joey Leonetti clears his name in abuse case

by Raymond Rendleman
Former West Linn High School girls soccer coach Joe Leonetti’s battle to prove his innocence against false allegations of sexual abuse of a minor ended last month, but his family paid a…
Photo Credit: FILE PHOTO - Shari Anderson
Mar 04, 2015

Shari Anderson joins Children's Center board

by Raymond Rendleman
Clackamas County treasurer Shari Anderson, of Oregon City, recently joined the board of directors of the Children’s Center, the only organization providing medical assessments and family-support…
Mar 04, 2015

School notes: Community-college funding; mental health first…

by Raymond Rendleman
State Sen. Alan Olsen (R-Canby) last week introduced a bill to increase funding for community colleges in Oregon. The bill, co-chief sponsored by Representative Andy Olson (R-Albany), has…
Photo Credit: FILE PHOTO - Master of ceremonies Rae Gordon is Cascade Blues Association's Best Female Vocalist for 2014.
Mar 04, 2015

Famed Oregon City musicians continue charity concerts

by Raymond Rendleman
Attendees of the fifth annual 20/20 Celebration of Sight & Sound on Saturday, March 21, will be treated to three award-winning Northwest musicians who make Oregon City their home, including a…
Mar 03, 2015

Oregon City Police Department finds cell phones in seat-belt…

by Raymond Rendleman
The Oregon City Police Department Patrol Division had five officers participate in the first Safety Belt Overtime Campaign Blitz of the year from Feb. 9 to 22. These officers focused on drivers…
Photo Credit: PHOTO COURTESY: CCSO - A black bag containing multiple bolt-cutters and a crowbar was found in the vehicle
Mar 03, 2015

Happy Valley Police Chief Shane Strangfield helps arrest robbery…

by The Clackamas Review
On Monday, March 2, Happy Valley police arrested two suspects accused of burglarizing a vacant home. At approximately 7:18 a.m., a neighbor called 911 to report a possible burglary in progress,…
Photo Credit: GPD - Pryde
Mar 02, 2015

Gladstone Police Chief Jim Pryde's sudden exit leaves lingering…

by Raymond Rendleman
Gladstone Police Chief Jim Pryde retired suddenly on Sunday, March 1, only a month after he had announced that he wouldn’t retire until July 1. In a Friday, Feb. 27, letter to Gladstone…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Celebrating a successful fundraiser are, from left, Thomas Joseph of the Rotary Club Foundation; Barbara Peschiera, Children's Center executive director; Ed Hacmac, Rotary Club president, and Clackamas County District Attorney John Foote.
Mar 02, 2015

Clackamas Rotary donates $17,000 to local causes

by The Clackamas Review
Last year’s annual fundraiser at Stone Creek Golf Club was a sell out, so Rotary Club of Clackamas this year was able to grant $17,000 to help four nonprofit organizations that work with…




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