Happy Valley Arts Academy wins national honor

Clackamas Review - News
Noon awards ceremony set for July 23 at 14654 S.E. Sunnyside Road with Happy Valley Mayor Lori Chavez-DeRemer

Clackamas cemetery gets state grant

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Clackamas Pioneer Cemetery's $950 grant will fund a workshop on the proper cleaning of cemetery tombstones and monuments

Happy Valley city councilors to run for mayor

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Tom Ellis, David Golobay to vie for seat being vacated by Mayor Lori Chavez-DeRemer

Happy Valley: 'Goal not to double-tax residents'

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Clackamas County declines city requests for NCPRD boundary change notice, tax delay

Lake Oswego attorney appointed to Clackamas County Circuit…

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Todd Van Rysselberghe will replace Judge Robert Herndon, who retired from the bench on June 30.

Police seize $45,000 in MDMA from Gladstone man

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Toren Flom booked and released after crashing into K9 police car at SE Portland Jack in the Box.

Clackamas Review school notes for July 18

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Beavercreek Elementary receives free paint job, repairs; Schoolyard Farms Summer Camp; Milwaukie teacher attends oceanography training;

Clackamas Review community calendar for July 18

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Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in July 2018

Stacie Moncrief appointed to Gladstone School Board

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Principal of Gilbert Park Elementary School in the David Douglas School District is a 13-year resident of Gladstone

Red Cross issues urgent call for blood donors

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To schedule an appointment to donate, visit RedCrossBlood.org or call 800-733-2767

OCPD, Gladstone cops make arrests during recent stings

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Oregon Impact funds recent high-visibility enforcement program in Gladstone, pedestrian safety enforcement operation in OC

William Blanas resigns from Clackamas River Water governing…

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Deadline for applications to the vacant seat is Monday, Aug. 6; those interested can apply at crwater.com

Beat the heat at Clackamas County cooling centers

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Clackamas County Health Officer Dr. Sarah Present: It's important for people to know the warning signs of heat-related illnesses

Brandon Paxton is back as face of Clackamas Fire District

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Lt. Steve Hoffeditz recently completed his three-year commitment as public information officer and has retired

Milwaukie garden wins Rose Festival award

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Sara Hite Memorial Rose Garden wins annual Royal Rosarian Rose Garden Contest

Milwaukie, PGE join forces for vehicle charging hub

Clackamas Review - News
Newest 'Electric Avenue' will be on Highway 99E between Southeast Jackson and Monroe streets

Oregon City pair arrested for dealing meth, child neglect

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Gregory Reddon and Tina Anderson charged after month-long investigation into home on Longview Way.

Free concert marks 175th anniversary of Oregon Trail

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Trail Band will play at 6 p.m. Friday, July 27, on the lawn of the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, 1726 Washington St., Oregon City

Clackamas County paramedic earns national honors

Clackamas Review - News
American Medical Response's Robert Aberle recounts dramatic rescue in local forest last year

Martha Spiers named leader of Clackamas Volunteers in…

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Licensed clinical social worker previously elected to a seat on the Oregon City School Board

Damascus pickup will shine on Sunday

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July 15 Concours d'Elegance in Forest Grove to celebrate '100 Years of Chevy Trucks'

Milwaukie Lions Club member collecting cans to support…

Clackamas Review - News
Can and bottle drive set for Saturday, July 14, in the parking lot at the Bomber Restaurant on McLoughlin Boulevard

Board mulls possible change in Clackamas County Sheriff's…

Clackamas Review - News
With the sheriff refusing to attend July 10 meeting, elected officials restricted in moving forward on CCSO changes

Clackamas Review community calendar for July 11

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Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in July 2018

Beavercreek teen attends prestigious medical conference

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Emerson Chase in top 3 percent of Oregon Connections Academy's 2018 graduating class

Projects underway to help Clackamas County's homeless

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Various groups unite to reopen, expand low-income services in urban areas of county

Police: Package thief arrested after crashing stolen car

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Dylan Leif Young, 20, was arrested on Friday, July 6, in Happy Valley, police say.

WinCo opens in Oregon City

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WinCo Foods opened its 123rd store - and it's 23rd in Oregon - on June 21 at 19701 Highway 213

Happy Valley juvenile driver seriously hurt at Gov't Camp

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The juvenile and several others were hurt on Saturday, July 7, while driving near Government Camp.

UPDATE: 60-year-old with dementia has been found

Clackamas Review - News
Mark Nylund walked away from his home in the 12000 block of Southeast Solstice Court, police say.

Clackamas County contributes $200,000 toward new Milwaukie…

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Water Environment Services finalizes agreement to help fund construction of $2.8 million project

Constituent calls police on canvassing lawmaker

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The incident spurred the creation of the hashtag CampaigningWhileBlack and made national headlines

Person wounded in Gladstone shooting

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The victim told police the assailant was a skinny Hispanic man with short hair.

David Marquardt, Oregon City bus driver, wins safety awards

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Winner of competitions transports students from Beavercreek Elementary, Oregon City High School and Ogden Middle School

Board's review of sheriff's office report won't include…

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Craig Roberts says lawsuit prevents him from attending July 10 session on review of shortcomings and recommendations for sheriff's office.

Ban on food taxes would be a first

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What will soon be titled Measure 103 could affect taxes on fuel, bottle deposits and even state Medicaid funding, according to a recent analysis.

Merkley: Bipartisan opposition only hope to derail Trump…

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Oregon Democrat tells town hall attendees in Clackamas that Democrats and their allies lack the votes to block a replacement for Justice Anthony…

Nonprofit recognized for helping veterans

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Tina Kennedy, executive officer and retired Army first sergeant, receives U.S. flag flown over Capitol from Sen. Jeff Merkley at start of town hall…

Cook takes over as new CCC president

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As the chief academic officer at Clark College, Cook led a team of more than 600 faculty and staff, oversaw 120 degrees and programs and managed a…

Clackamas Review community calendar for July 4

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Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in July 2018

Milwaukie First Friday to showcase Rose Villa…

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artMOB presents a group exhibition composed of arts and crafts created by members of the Rose Villa community, opening 5-8 p.m. Friday, July 6

Oregon City wineries featured on new trail

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Mt. Hood Territory Wine Trail free mobile passport that offers discounts at 16 wineries, from the Willamette Valley to the base of Mt. Hood

Hoping for Bigfoot in Clackamas County?

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Guy Edwards shares his lifelong passion for researching and searching for Sasquatch

Bill expanding sea lion killing passes U.S. House

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Rep. Kurt Schrader warns winter steelhead face 90% extinction risk in Willamette River.

DMV worker who made migrant comment leaves ODOT

Clackamas Review - News
Lori McAllen, a Linn County DMV worker, purportedly wrote on Facebook that migrants should be shot at the border.

Protest continues near ICE's Portland headquarters

Lake Oswego Review - News
Lake Oswego will defer to TriMet regarding protesters camped on the Willamette Shore Trolley track

Cannabis Nation rolls into Oregon City

Clackamas Review - News
Downtown Oregon City now has two dispensaries, including the Five Zero Trees shop at 719 Main St.

La Salle Prep taps its principal to serve as next…

Clackamas Review - News
Andrew Kuffner will lead the faculty and academics at the 700-student co-ed Catholic high school in unincorporated Milwaukie

Local women to compete for Miss Oregon crown

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On June 30 in Seaside, young women competing will wear swimsuits and gowns one last time

Gladstone kicks off Portland Avenue civic project

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Police station, city hall, municipal court to be built next to current public works location

Motorcyclist dies in Happy Valley crash with SUV

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Crews attempted lifesaving efforts on the man, but said there was too much trauma to prevent him from succumbing to his injuries

State reversal throws Happy Valley park plans a…

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County officials refunding higher fees that city residents had been paying for recreation activities starting July 1

Homicide investigation underway in Oregon City

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Clackamas County man who was killed found along Intersate 205 near Highway 213

County to distribute excess funds from Damascus…

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Property owners can expect average of $850 from Clackamas County starting July 23

Clackamas Review community calendar for June 27

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Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in late June, early July 2018

200 Providence Milwaukie Hospital employees form…

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Certified nursing assistants, phlebotomists, dietary aides and environmental service workers vote June 14 to join SEIU

See eye-popping autos July 15 at nation's 'best'…

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Murderer sentenced to state hospital

Estacada News - News
Psychologists consulted say Joshua Webb meets criteria for schizophrenic disorders

Southpaws raise $150 for Doernbecher Children's…

Clackamas Review - News
Inaugural left-handed pool tournament at the Midway Historic Public House inspires regular Southpaw Sundays

Trash-filled boat dumped in Willamette River at…

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1988 Bayliner abandoned near the Sportscraft Landing with the engine removed and boat's identifying information largely scratched off

Mark Pinder leaves Milwaukie with record-high…

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Milwaukie High School principal shouldn't just be remembered for 'Trophy-gate'

Clackamas County deputy sees big changes in Oak…

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Trail Watch group changes name to Friends of the Trolley Trail to be more positive

Milwaukie Garden Club wins statewide award

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Local group honored for its landscaping work at the Milwaukie Museum's grounds

Inclusion Council members sought in Clackamas County

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Commissioners' deadline for applications is Aug. 24; apply in person at the Clackamas County Public Services Building, 2051 Kaen Road, Oregon City

AMR rescue lifeguards back at High Rocks

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Swift water rescue teams will start guarding the Clackamas River at High Rocks Park

NAMI Clackamas welcomes 3 new board members

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Laura Canida, Mary Clark and Heather Canahai joined what is now a 13-member NAMI Clackamas Board

MHS Jazz Band ends year on upbeat note

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Group wins four awards, including sweepstakes, at Clackamas Community College competition

Clackamas County commissioners call border…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Sonya Fischer reads a statement into the official record, denouncing the treatment of immigrant families

Jazz ukulele workshop puts a twist on standards

Clackamas Review - News
Acclaimed musicians Chee, Maisel make one local stop to teach at Milwaukie Center on June 28

Clackamas Review community calendar for June 20

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in June 2018

Providence names Joe Yoder as COO for hospitals

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Clackamas County locations in Oregon City, Milwaukie served by the hospitals

Abernethy Performing Arts to present 'Goblin Market'

Clackamas Review - News
The piece combines song, ballet and various styles of dance in a magical setting

Clackamas Fire participates in training conference

Clackamas Review - News
Firefighters raise $100,000 to help burn vicitims at Legacy's center for Oregon

Milwaukians call for fast passage of relocation…

Clackamas Review - News
Tenants, advocates, speak out in favor of policy to help people struggling in the city's housing crisis

'The Shape of Speed' to open at Portland Art Museum

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1937 Lincoln Zephyr coupe owned by man with ties to Oregon City is part of exhibit opening June 16

Damon Mabee wants to be Oregon City's next mayor

Clackamas Review - News
OC substitute teacher, planning commissioner files for election in November

Aspen Meadow Band to play benefit for local foster…

Clackamas Review - News
Free outdoor country music concert celebrating the innocence of childhood at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 16, at 24232 S. Upper Highland Road, Colton

Clackamas County's graduating scholars rack up…

Clackamas Review - News
This year's graduates from OC, North Clackamas, Gladstone, La Salle Prep earn scholarships, commendations

Former Milwaukie police officer raising money for…

Clackamas Review - News
Butch Bondietti's brother-in-law has been identified as willing, eligible donor

Oregon City Heritage Days returns for second year

Clackamas Review - News
Rose Festival partners with local historians to offer free tours of interesting sites

Former state rep, neighbors to settle Oregon City…

Clackamas Review - News
Illegal tree-cutting epidemic continues as commissioners set to consider settlement agreement

Clackamas Review community calendar for June 13

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in June 2018

North Clackamas Chamber announces winners

Clackamas Review - News
State Rep. Bill Kennemer being honored for lifetime achievement; Galli Murray of Clackamas County Behavioral Health to get the Joseph Krumm…

CCHS premieres history lecture series in Oregon City

Clackamas Review - News
At 7 p.m. on June 13 author and retired journalist Gregory R. Nokes will present 'The Troubled Life of Peter Burnett'

Help advise the Clackamas County's Arts Alliance

Clackamas Review - News
Deadline for applications is June 13; contact Cheryl Snow at 503-720-0662 or [email protected]

Clackamas firefighters train with night-vision tools

Clackamas Review - News
During summer, more people drown in fast-moving waterways like the Clackamas River

Grand Floral Parade splashes through the wet weather

Portland Tribune - News
Kiara Johnson crowned Rose Festival queen, the first ever to attend Parkrose High School.

Operation Kidsafe plans Gladstone safety event

Clackamas Review - News
Visit Kidsafe's booth from noon to 6 p.m. June 12 through June 15, and from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 16, at Town & Country Honda of Gladstone

'FedEx Faker' strikes in Happy Valley, police say

Clackamas Review - News
Woman wearing disguise steals packages on porches in Clackamas and Happy Valley on June 6.

Clackamas Fire collecting life jackets for Meg's…

Clackamas Review - News
Free 9 a.m. giveaway Saturday, July 7, at Barton Park, 19009 S.E. Barton Park Road, Boring

Beavercreek artists open studios for 15th year

Clackamas Review - News
Open Studios of Beavercreek event set to run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 8, 9 and 10

Oregon City resident returns to dance in Portland…

Clackamas Review - News
Naomi Rux performs 'Up Close' June 8-10 at 6250 S.W. Capitol Highway, Portland

Bill sacrifices Willamette Falls sea lions to save…

Portland Tribune - News
Schrader calls for 100 mammals to be killed each year by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

School notes for June 6

Clackamas Review - News
Memorial Day inspires students; CCC offers summer music camp, free accelerated program that is designed to get students jobs in just three months

Judge to decide fate for Milwaukie library, Pond…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County court to interpret May 2016 ballot measure authorizing $9.2M for library 'improvements' now proposed to be used for tearing down,…

Oak Lodge garden tourreturns for second year

Clackamas Review - News
Oak Lodge Public Library Garden Tour set to run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 9

Environmental Learning Center to celebrate…

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Restoration of Clackamas Community College's 5-acre outdoor lab, amenities complete

Clackamas Review community calendar for June 6

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in June 2018

50 years later, local recalls Robert Kennedy visit

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City's Tom Geil took iconic photographs of RFK prior to senator's assassination

Governor appoints 23-member Willamette Locks…

Clackamas Review - News
Next Willamette Falls Locks Commission meeting is scheduled for June 6 at West Linn City Hall

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