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February 03, 2016

Our opinion: Next on the governor's list: a compromise on tax

by Editorial board
When it comes to the proposed gross receipts tax in Oregon, this state’s residents — and particularly their elected leaders — have a choice. They can quickly agree on a reasonable plan to raise…
February 03, 2016

Letter: Oak Lodge demands library representation

by The Clackamas Review
Once again the future of the Oak Lodge library issue has reared its ugly head. At back-to-back meetings of the Oak Grove and Jennings Lodge community planning organizations last week, heated…
January 27, 2016

Garbage combustion could be safe

by Tom Hughes
As residents of the greater Portland metropolitan area, we share a collective pride about our efforts to reuse, recycle and compost a lot of what we throw away. Metro is charged with managing…
January 27, 2016

Letters: Solar benefits Milwaukie business, environment; help…

by The Clackamas Review
As a business owner and beneficiary of solar technology, I thought it apropos to send this letter. In 2013, my business undertook the installation of 39 photovoltaic (solar) panels. In…
January 27, 2016

Burning waste is an unhealthy idea

by Joe Miller
As reported in the Jan. 7 Tribune, the Metro Council is considering sending “one-fifth of the tricounty area’s trash, about 200,000 tons a year,” to the Covanta Marion waste-to-energy…
January 20, 2016

Malheur occupiers need to face criminal charges

by Holly M. Gill
The occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Southeastern Oregon by armed militia that has riveted the nation’s attention since Jan. 2, is fascinating on numerous fronts. To begin…
January 20, 2016

Letters: Chamber's future home; county shouldn't have joined…

by The Clackamas Review
This has been a busy and exciting year for your chamber with rebranding and building a new website, but our changes aren’t done yet. The new year is upon us, and with it comes another big…
January 20, 2016

Principles making a difference for students

by Matt Utterback
At the Oregon Leadership Network Fall Leadership Institute, I shared how North Clackamas schools have embraced education equity as central to our strategic plan. The institute’s theme — How Do…
January 13, 2016

Malheur is a refuge, not a fortress

by Debby de Carlo
I’ve seen the pictures of armed men moving into buildings at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. These are buildings I know well, having visited the refuge many times, both as a camper and,…
January 13, 2016

Letters: Governor to occupiers; kudos; Waterboard Park tree…

by The Clackamas Review
To members of the Burns-Paiute Tribe and residents of Harney County who seek a return to normal life: I hear you, and I agree that what started as a peaceful and legal protest has become…

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Jan 13, 2016

Stay involved as CCC expands its offerings

by Greg Chaimov
Exciting things are happening at Clackamas Community College at the Harmony Community Campus. Thanks to a $90 million bond measure that voters approved in November 2014, we will soon be saying…
Jan 06, 2016

Letters: OC landslide relief; Donald Trump; Gladstone schools…

by The Clackamas Review
Thanks for helping OC in its time of need I would like to personally thank everyone in our community who has stepped forward to help our city in this time of need. I’m asking property owners…
Jan 06, 2016

Oregon City parks only one vote from development?

by Jesse Buss
The article “Neighbors appeal OC Public Works plan to LUBA,” published in the Dec. 23rd issue of Oregon City News, focused on the implications of Resolution 15-29 for Lower Waterboard Park.…
Dec 30, 2015

Trump could hand the election to Hillary

by Jim Pasero
Post-presidency, Richard Nixon’s advice to GOP candidates was to run to the right in the primary and steer back to the middle in the general election. This advice has not been lost on Donald…
Adam Davis
Dec 30, 2015

What do Oregonians 'freely associate' with party labels?

by Adam Davis
What would you write if you were asked to record the first thing (no more than 10 words) that comes to mind when you hear the words “the media.” Or the words “big business?” Or “teachers’…
SUBMITTED PHOTOS - North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce members celebrate after raising $5,370 for the Historical Outreach Foundation at the annual Christmas Giving Breakfast.
Dec 23, 2015

Letter: $5,370 raised for the Historical Outreach Foundation at…

by The Clackamas Review
This year’s Christmas Giving Breakfast was a huge success. We met our goals for fundraising on behalf of The Historical Outreach Foundation and none of it would have been possible without all of…
Dec 23, 2015

Holidays mean hard work behind the scenes

by Julie Hayden
During this holiday season, thousands of families will head to Portland International Airport, getting ready to board planes to celebrate the holidays at destinations all over the country. If…
Dec 23, 2015

Give the gift of listening during holidays

by Dr. Joseph Hullett
With the 2015 holidays upon us, it’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the season: there are meals to cook, gifts to find, social gatherings to attend and family obligations to…
Dec 16, 2015

Letters: Holiday tree sale; fond farewell to Milwaukie; renew…

by The Clackamas Review
The Greater Oregon City Watersheds Council-North Clackamas Urban Watersheds Council holiday tree sale on Dec. 5 at the Portland Aquarium was a huge success. We sold all but six of the cut trees…
PHOTO BY: RAYMOND RENDLEMAN - Milwaukie Mayor Mark Gamba delivers a speech at the Milwaukie Rotary Club on Dec. 8.
Dec 16, 2015

City should help make world a better place

by Mark Gamba
I’ve only been mayor for seven months, and already it feels like years... It’s been that intense. After literally years of planning and construction, the MAX Orange line opened on Sept. 12,…



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