Tea party takes the cake

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Nonprofit organization Oral Hull Park for the Blind hosts elegant bash to raise funds for its center

The Mirror effect

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Paths of twins Michelle Emery and Jeannine Hokanson sometimes cross in their school district roles

Music Fair and Feast gains more family-focused time

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Leathers Fuels to sponsor family day festivities on Sunday, Les Schwab to sponsor event, give admission coupons

Shannon Brown: A life of publicity and pageantry

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Festival marketing maven takes place as member of five-generation Sandy Mountain Festival court

Noah's Quest reaches 12th year of grief support

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Run, walk fundraiser supports parents who have lost a child, provides information and family-friendly activities

Momma Made Goodness preserves joys of canning

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Moms Molly Cole, Korina LeClerc make homemade jams and jellies from their own gardens, kitchens

With 'Godspell,' SAT addresses Jesus as everyman

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Local theater group performs modest-but-magical musical production to end 2016-2017 season

Fathers look forward to active time with family on their day

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These dads plan outdoor activities and family fun such as gardening, playing baseball outdoors

School board recognizes retiring faculty

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Oregon Trail School District discusses 2008 general obligation bond refund, savings found for taxpayers

Pamplin launches new websites for dozens of communities

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Regular visitors to this website will see something quite different today: an updated digital presence from the only news organization that covers…

Clackamas County reaffirms support of diversity, hands-off…

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Board resolution follows up earlier stances, also reinforces state law and court decision curbing cooperation with federal enforcement efforts.

Daughter of Sandy Mountain Festival bear dons tiara for…

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Taylor Heller likes time with brothers, helping other people

Dance, dance, dance

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Cedar Ridge students team up with teachers to shimmy into summer

High school to host shelter simulation

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City calls on citizens to be prepared in event of a natural disaster

Girls just wanna go run

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Oregon Trail Academy joins program meant to empower elementary students

Welches teacher takes page from Google's book

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Fifth-grade students work on pet projects, follow their passions on class time

Nonprofit center asks for help with renovations

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Vandalism spurs Community Action Center to make improvements to building

Naas students stage story of Northwest explorers

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'Adventures of Lewis and Clark' makes Oregon history entertaining for children

La Bamba restaurant proves popular at new location

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Spiffy new digs already big draw, says owner Carlo Vicenttin

Sewing a new pattern for South Carolina native

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Peggy Price shows off aprons, other creations at farmers market

Ernie Roberts takes oath, promoted to chief of police

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City manager presents new fiscal year budget for council's approval

Clackamas budget one step away from approval

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On 9-1 vote advancing it, one member takes issue with priorities of sheriff; committee OKs spending plan for county and seven associated agencies.

Museum to host bingo night fundraiser

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Proceeds from event to help museum match $20,000 challenge grant

Sandy Historical Society faces a challenge

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Anonymous grant to match $20,000 to benefit museum projects and operations

Clackamas County panel eyes final budget review

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Proposed spending will go up, but slower property tax growth and rising personnel costs will result in no new employees or policy initiatives this…

Legislators, local lions commemorate Memorial Day on the…

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Cub scouts and boy scouts come together to retire, replace old flag

Hoodland firefighters exstinguish structure fire in Welches

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Sandy Fire and Clackamas Fire District aid Hoodland in five-hour effort

The more the berrier

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Burgerville partnership helps Liepold Farms thrive for over a decade

Wolf Pack on track to open with 'Chapter Two'

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Creative team at new local theater prepares for inaugural show

Men unsuccessful in robbing bank on Memorial Day

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Robert L. Eichler and Chad C. Harwood face charges of burglary

Barefoot and beading

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Leslie Lusk's design ideas on display at local farmers market

Kelso teacher carries on family P.E. tradition

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Nick Coburn's NBA aspirations led instead to teaching physical fitness

SLIDESHOW: Boy Scouts hold annual Memorial Day flag…

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Hundreds of scouts plant flags at grave sites in Willamette National Cemetery

No new services proposed in Clackamas budget

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Administrator notes rising personnel costs, slower property tax growth in a spending plan that will undergo review starting Tuesday

UPDATED: Missing Brightwood boy located by searchers

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Clackamas County Search and Rescue searches for 12-year-old Malic Martinez

When it comes to swine, knowledge is fine

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Sugar Maple Swine owner focuses on humane treatment, public education

Joshua Webb indicted for murder of mother in Colton,…

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Webb appeared in the Clackamas County courthouse by video on Tuesday, May 23. A trial is scheduled to begin Thursday, July 13.

Veterans to host Memorial Day ceremony

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Community invited to honor those who have served at Fir Hill Cemetery

Estacada community bands together after acts of violence

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Harvest Market employees honored with proclamation at Estacada City Council meeting

Panel considers rules for homeless shelters

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Clackamas County Planning Commission sets public hearing for July 10 as county seeks to set up a project for veterans without housing.

Middle school teacher aims for unique learning…

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Bob Farris teaches social studies, social skills in Boring Middle School classroom

Sandy Actors Theatre prepares a musical, religious…

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'Godspell' musical to grace local stage, close season for theater

Sandy students take on former teacher's musical

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'Road to Shambala' brings Three Dog Night tunes to 'Wizard of Oz'

Demolition set for downtown properties

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Happy Valley developer looks at mixed-use plan for site of old Hoffman Meat Market

Clackamas County sees rise in homeless count

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Totals increase even as unemployment drops; official says 'this should be a call to action for everyone in our community'

Incumbents take lead in school board election

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Incumbent Zone 3 Director Kurt McKnight leads over opponent Travis Brewster, Incumbent Zone 7 Director Randy Carmony leads against opponents

Couple finds Slice of Heaven with vegetable,…

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Relocation from Louisiana to Sandy outskirts lets Easleys revel in rural living

Watercolors and websites

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Digital era challenges local artists who want to share works and make a living

Cedar Ridge students get a glimpse of job…

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A group of 33 professionals share experiences with students at career day

Mt. Hood college honors Suburban Auto's Jaksich

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Tireless volunteer, student supporter named Patron Saint of local college

Students build to preserve memories

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Members of class of 2018 design new Sandy High School time capsule

Police: Colton man carries mother's severed head…

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Community rallies behind Mother's Day stabbing victim at Harvest Market; Joshua Lee Webb, 36, charged in murder, knife attack

CLACKAMAS FIRE DISTRICT: Trotter passes Hawes by…

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Race for position 4 on county fire board proves a close call

Beer Den growing into nearby space

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Additional room should allow for more seats, beverages and business opportunities

Update: Carnival back on for Sandy Mountain Festival

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Members of several parts of the community met to discuss the attraction in late April

Seattle man dies while climbing Mount Hood

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Injuries from steep fall in Hogsback climbing area proves fatal

Gravity, nature inspire Naas Elementary teacher

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When not snowboarding, Chris Goede thrives on mentoring young students

District commits to preserving beloved 'Moby Dick'…

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Sandy Union High graduate's artwork to withstand renovations of new middle school

Moms about town look forward to special day

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Working mothers talk balance between life and children, Mother's Day plans

Changes loom as Sandy River Gorge preserve faces…

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Nature Conservancy to divide already preserved acreage - most of it going to Metro.

Fine art to fund brighter futures

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Friends of Red Lodge show to benefit Native Americans re-entering society

Broken pipe releases sodium hypochlorite

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Environmental impact being investigated after chemical released from Sandy Wastewater Treatment Plant

Festival Queen Sandy Poutala among this year's…

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Ladies to represent city during July celebration in Meinig Park

Student artists hope creative shoes will win $50K

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Sandy High in top 50 for Vans Custom Culture contest

LT Travel chosen as 'sensational' business

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Sandy area travel consultant Lisa Foster wins quarterly chamber award

Family event runs into fourth year

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Sandy Helping Hands organization gears up for Mother's Day run

First Buddy Walk scheduled for Saturday

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Eighth-grade OTA student invites Sandy community to walk with Buddy

Missing Estacada resident found deceased

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Clackamas Community College student Brandon Powell had been missing since March 12

Rebranding survey open for public input

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Encuesta a crear una nueva marca para la ciudad abrir para publico comentario

Friends, family rally to preserve Sandy High artwork

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Roman Scotts' stunning 'Moby Dick' mural is safe for now

City seeks to enhance Meinig park's accessibility…

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Renovations, costing $462,406, set to begin in fall of this year

A technical retirement

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After 35 years, school board pillar Terry Lenchitsky calls it quits

Mi casa es new casa

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La Bamba to open at new Strauss Avenue location soon

Retired - but not literally

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Veteran elementary educator Jeri Malin can't quite quit the classroom

Community comes together to celebrate Children's Day

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Sandy Public Library to host second-annual Día de los Niños celebration

Blazing a trail

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Nancy Enabnit's career with the city was a natural affair

Two seats contested and three unopposed in Oregon…

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Zone 5 board member Lenchitsky opts out of another term on board

Food cart stop soon to open up shop

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New outdoor eatery expected to start serving meals this week

Sample farm foods at 'Taste of Local' event

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Bushue's Family Farm hosts fourth festival for tasty area eats

Talk about trees

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The detailed process of paper making isn't just pulp fiction

Middle school principal promoted

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Tim Werner to replace retiring teaching and learning director Debbie Johnson

Shannon Montgomery keeps the festival running and…

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Sandy Mountain Festival has been a family affair for 45 years

Cultivating team spirit

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Tami Guttridge follows family tradition with Springwater Grange, 4-H Group

Diane Noriega: Breaking the mold

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Rotarian president has storied career and passion for higher education

Bobbi Gene Culter: Dedicated to helping kids grow

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Gresham resident's pediatric therapy business and nonprofit sits high in the saddle

Judy Alley: The poster child for bootstrap success

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SnowCap's executive director knows well the challenges facing agency's clients

Serving God's people no matter where they are

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Tami Jo Saling-Caldwell founded charity to help widows and orphans

Clackamas leaders lay out ambitious goals

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Road repairs and planning for new courthouse, plus economic development and help for rural areas and people 'left behind'

SLIDESHOW: Guide dog puppies meet their new families

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Boring-based Guide Dogs For The Blind introduces its newest batch of trainees

Planting to provide

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Sandy community members celebrate Arbor Week by carrying out green projects

First Friday kicks off despite winds

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Businesses offer craft brews, activities at season's first street fair

New community services director benefits from…

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Tanya Richardson looks forward to breaking ground on pool project

Theater depicts play about grief with grace

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'The Shadow Box' enters final two weeks at Sandy Actors Theatre

Teacher brings love for outdoors into classroom

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Rachel Jumago has passion for sharing scientific knowledge with students

Clackamas County considers federal block grants

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Board told that $3 million for housing and community improvements is in jeopardy under Trump budget plans, but Congress will decide fate of program…

Not just milling about

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Sandy High senior Hailey Richards hopes to channel local success into engineering career

A one-stop shop - for designs that pop

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RedBoot Branding nominated for Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce quarterly business award

Love of music inspires 31-year educator

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With experience teaching, administrating and working as a specialist, Don Brown is a triple threat

Mayor Bill King proclaims April 2-8 Arbor Week

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City Council OKs purchase of new public-use wood chipper with grant

State water supply in fine shape with deep snowpack

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Statewide, Oregon's mountain snowpack is 125 percent of normal conditions, according to the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).

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