A Jaguar filled with memories

A Jaguar filled with memories

WL resident Dave Adams parting ways with car that changed his life During his senior year at...

Finding the 'old'  in the Old Time Fair

Finding the 'old' in the Old Time Fair

Drones, lumberjacks and water skiers connect past, present and future at the annual event The...

Arch Bridge debate reignited

Arch Bridge debate reignited

Councilors, residents spar in discussion of how to move forward with waterfront concept plan When...

An iron determination to defeat diabetes

An iron determination to defeat diabetes

West Linn's Dan Loriaux goes all out to bring cure for disease When is too much too much? Dan...

Queen Bella to rule over Old Time Fair

Queen Bella to rule over Old Time Fair

Congratulations to Bella Deeb who was crowned queen of the 2015 Old Time Fair Court tonight. Her...

2015 West Linn Old Time Fair

59 years and going strong, the Old Time Fair returned to West Linn with all the favorites we've come to love!


 


West Linn's Latest News

FILE PHOTO - Jim Bernard
July 29, 2015

Clackamas County Commissioner Jim Bernard throws hat into chair…

by Raymond Rendleman
Having served as a county commissioner for the past six and a half years, Jim Bernard believes he is “the best person to take on the challenges of leading this diverse and growing county” as…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - See what its like to live off a disaster kit for one night by camping out - whether its pitching a tent in the backyard or packing up camping gear and heading to a state park - during Camp Prepare!
July 24, 2015

Will you be ready when The Big One hits?

by The Review
For one night, American Red Cross's 'Camp Prepare!' will show you what it's like to live off a disaster kit Over the past two weeks, much attention has been given to the Cascadia Subduction Zone…
July 24, 2015

Music, movies in the park successfully underway

by Andrew Kilstrom
West Linn concert, movie goers enjoy free shows hosted by city Chris Baum Project kicked off 2015’s series of Music in the Park July 23 as the first of six acts this summer, performing at Tanner…
Andrew Kilstrom
July 23, 2015

Paper welcomes new team members

by The Tidings
Recent college grads bring energy, ideas to both community papers Finally, the West Linn Tidings editorial team is in place. After what seemed like an eternity to Tidings Publisher J. Brian…
July 23, 2015

Council roundup: Update on residential construction delay,…

by Patrick Malee
Though much of Monday’s West Linn City Council meeting was focused on the Arch Bridge Area concept plan, a number of residents also spoke about disruptions from the ongoing development of a home…
July 23, 2015

Tidings wins prize for General Excellence

by The Tidings
Newspaper publishers group honors staff with 9 awards for writing, photography West Linn Tidings was recognized last week with multiple awards at the Better Newspaper Awards ceremony in…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - The open house's main attraction is a hayride across the 160-acre farm complete with educational lessons along the way.
July 23, 2015

NWREC provides education at upcoming open house

by Andrew Kilstrom
Oregon State's extension center will open its doors to the public July 29 For almost 60 years North Willamette Research and Extension Center — an Oregon State University farming research…
July 23, 2015

OIT transitions to autonomy

by Jake Bartman
School intends to take an active role in Wilsonville as Board of Trustees assumes control On July 9 and 10, the Board of Trustees of the Oregon Institute of Technology (also known as Oregon…
July 23, 2015

Police Log

by The Tidings
Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the West Linn Police Department. Authorities recently filed reports on the following incidents: LIFE IN WEST LINN 7/11 1:30…
July 23, 2015

Project Start Right collects school supplies for students in need

by Kelsey O'Halloran
Clackamas County program helps students in low-income families, foster care, go back to school It may be mid-summer, but the back-to-school season is already in full swing — and a group of local…

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Jul 21, 2015

Summit to prepare county for disaster

by Raymond Rendleman
Clackamas Fire and the Clackamas County Office of Emergency Management will host the first-ever Community Emergency Response Team summit this weekend. The summit is intended to improve…
Jul 16, 2015

OC franchise fees legal, judge rules

by Patrick Malee
Clackamas County sued Oregon City in 2014, claiming new fees were unlawful forms of taxation A prolonged legal battle between Oregon City and Clackamas County ended July 6, as a Clackamas County…
TIDINGS PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - A group of canoers hosted by the Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership heads out from the Willamette Park docus to tour the Willamette River narrows.
Jul 16, 2015

Nonprofit hosts free canoe trip on Willamette in West Linn

by Patrick Malee
McKenzie Miller is sitting at the front of a canoe as it glides along the Willamette River, her back to the water as she tests out a bird caller on her iPhone. The canoe, fittingly named…
Jul 16, 2015

Library to add fiber network, 'Mobile Learning Lab'

by Patrick Malee
Project uses leftover funds from library district With about $258,000 left to spend from a $1 million Clackamas County Library District capital project fund, the West Linn Public Library is set…
SUBMITTED PHOTO: ROBERTA SCHWARZ - Julie Parrish's Clackamas Forest Product Cooperative Project was approved by the state Legislature and now awaits signature on Gov. Kate Brown's desk.
Jul 16, 2015

Parrish-sponsored initiative moves forward

by Patrick Malee
Legislature passed bill to provide $400K for new program More than a year after State Rep. Julie Parrish (R-West Linn) introduced her urban forest and lumber co-op program at a West Linn City…
ANDREW KILSTROM - TACE founder John Ludlow interacts with a child at Saturday's event.
Jul 16, 2015

Successful TACE event takes many hands

by Andrew Kilstrom
Coffee Creek Correctional Facility, Wilsonville Rotary Club host 13th annual "Through a Child's Eyes" Event The first thing you notice when you enter the visitor’s waiting room of Coffee Creek…
Jul 16, 2015

Council to discuss Arch Bridge area, Bolton Reservoir

by Patrick Malee
Councilors at odds on how to move forward with Arch Bridge area concept plan In the midst of a slower summer season, the West Linn City Council will reconvene July 20 to go over a packed agenda.…
Jul 16, 2015

Police Log

by The Tidings
Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the West Linn Police Department. Authorities recently filed reports on the following incidents: LIFE IN WEST LINN 7/3 1:26…
TIDINGS PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - Revelers enjoy the annual Street Dance on Saturday evening.
Jul 16, 2015

Annual Street Dance a success

by Jake Bartman
Hundreds gathered in Old Town West Linn on Saturday for the annual event, which featured music by The Touchables. West Linn’s annual Street Dance was a hit as hundreds converged Saturday evening…
COURTESY PHOTO - King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Tour Victoria, B.C., in the Packard in 1939.
Jul 16, 2015

Packard has a royal link

by Allen Stephens
Car used to chauffeur Queen Elizabeth, King George VI on display It’s not every day you see an automobile that is literally fit for a king and queen. A 1930 Packard Model 740 with a Super 8…


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