School supply donations help Oregon City kids

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Goshorn family gets their neighbors involved in gathering and sorting supplies

Milwaukie Chor Anno gives choir directors their due

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This year, the group will perform in concert at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Milwaukie Lutheran Church

Iconic 10-foot Tony Lama boot stolen in Milwaukie

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Canby Asparagus Farm Casa De Tamales owner Charles Maes on Main Street wants his antique back

Final design effort launched for Milwaukie Bay Park

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North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District, in partnership with the city of Milwaukie, launches project

Clackamas Review community calendar for Sept. 19

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

Gladstone honors school employees with cash awards

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$250 cash prizes go to Thank a Teacher, Making a Difference award winners to recognize excellence in instruction, employees who make a positive impact

Changes coming to Oregon City utility bills

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Potential interruptions to payments on city utility accounts are related to a plan to streamline automatic payments

Clackamas man charged with fraud at Oregon National Guard

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Dominic Caputo, 46, was indicted on four counts of wire fraud in federal court on Monday, Sept. 17.

Clackamas County farm tries out 207 veggies

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VIDEO: Oregon State University's organic vegetable trials help breeders create seed varieties

Fugitive surrenders for alleged Clackamas County sex crimes

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Incidents involving young girls reportedly took place in 1993, but Barrett Preston Busschau fled U.S. before trial could take place

Homeless Veterans Village opens in Clackamas

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County offers 15 sleeping pods, plans to construct 15 more in unincorporated area near Happy Valley off of Highway 212/224

Clackamas County offers $216,000 to improve public health

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All grant applications are due by noon Thursday, Sept. 20 at bit.ly/BlueprintGrants

Oregon City's Jennifer Bell wins statewide award

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Instructional coach is the 2018 winner of the Mildred Bennett Elementary Math Education Award

Oregon City's McLoughlin Elementary embraces conservation

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Milk cartons are a thing of the past as the school implements new milk dispenser

CCSO believes Clackamas pornographer exploited minors

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Nicholas Stacy, 24, of unincorporated Milwaukie, allegedly impersonated police officer to lure victims

School notes for Sept. 12

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Gladstone schools boost safety programs; SMART program expands to John Wetten Elementary; Help CCC tackle hunger; Gladstone launches monthly…

Sister act: Oregon City-Tateshina partnership celebrates

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In 2019, sister-city relationship will celebrate the 45th anniversary with a visit to Japan; last month's visit to OC was a success

Clackamas Review community calendar for Sept. 12

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

Experience science at the source in Milwaukie

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Science in the Park is from noon until 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 16, at Mill Park, 6201 S.E. Overland St.

Drunk driving blamed in fatal crash near Oregon City

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20-year-old Douglas M. McCann of Oregon City charged with manslaughter, driving under the influence

Clackamas County Cultural Coalition announces funding…

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A total of $40,375 was awarded last year to 23 organizations; deadline for grant applications is Oct. 15 at…

Teen survives 60-foot fall down Happy Valley embankment

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The boy reportedly fell on some rocks Sept. 5 near Southeast 152nd Drive and Ranger Drive

Learning through doing: Locals showcase at Maker Faire

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Myles de Bastion and Jessica Hebert, who live in the Milwaukie area, plan to demostrate their craft at OMSI

North Clackamas Chamber announces Women in Leadership awards

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Lifetime Achievement awards go to Alice Norris of Rediscover the Falls and Vickie Edwards, resident of Clackamas County

OHA says tobacco sales to under-age smokers are widespread

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The Oregon Health Authority says that in the first six months of 2018, 18 percent of attempts to buy tobacco products by minors were successful.

Oak Lodge Water Services gets Peak Performance Award

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Recognition is to public wastewater treatment facilities for their outstanding compliance records in the 2017 calendar year

Oregon City Chamber of Commerce plans leadership training

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Cohort will meet the second Wednesday of the month from September through May 2019

Happy Valley chili cookoff to benefit first responders

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Sunnyside Little Chapel of the Chimes will host inaugural Five-Alarm fundraiser Saturday, Sept. 8

Milwaukie resident's 'Iliad' plays to a captive audience

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Reworked classic tale staged at state prisons examines violence; the tour starts Oct. 2 at Oregon State Penitentiary and visits seven other prisons

Clackamas Review community calendar for Sept. 5

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

Willamette View Board elects three new members

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The new board members include Deidra Krys-Rusoff and Sam Vigil Jr. and Gary Aas

Jeremy Christian charged for assaulting black inmate

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Christian stands accused of killing two people and wounding a third on a MAX train in 2017.

Clackamas Community College offers to help vets start…

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Free course from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5, at Harmony West, 7726 S.E. Harmony Road

How could tolling revenue be used?

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Gov. Kate Brown says she wants tolling revenue to help pay for seismic upgrades to the state's bridges, but a lot of other ideas also are under…

Portland State releases unique total eclipse video of…

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Portland State University engineering students and alumni sent weather balloons 100,000 feet in the air to capture the stunning photos.

TriMet study: Fare evasion, disproportional citations still…

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Portland State University research presented to agency Board of Directors at Aug. 8 meeting.

Measure requiring voter approval of tolls moves forward

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Initiative Petition 10, amending the state Constitution, would require voter approval for tolling existing roadways.

Clackamas County to close Vogel Road on Sept. 1

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Road between 172nd Avenue and Foster Road east of Happy Valley closing from 7 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 1, through 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1

Volunteers needed for Down the River Clean Up

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Launch from four parks on Clackamas River - Milo McIver, Barton, Carver and Riverside - ending up at Clackamette Park in Oregon City

Clackamas Rep's 'Ripcord' relates to all generations

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Play runs from Sept. 6 through 30 in the Osterman Theatre at Clackamas Community College in Oregon City

Voters to consider $158M for Oregon City school…

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Would you pay about an extra $30 a year in property taxes for OCSD's educational facilities?

Motorhome crash closes railroad in Milwaukie for…

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Angela Feemster, 32, faces charges of reckless driving for Aug. 29 incident in which she was driving vehicle without brakes

TriMet: Big service expansion coming Sept. 2

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Regional transit agency says increased service will provide better connections throughout Portland region.

McLoughlin Elementary pilots entrance security…

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Upgrade would be funded for every district school if Oregon City voters approve the bond on the November ballot

Recalled official's lawsuit against Gladstone…

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Recall proponents call dismissal of former City Councilor Kim Sieckmann's lawsuit a victory for free speech

Sara Deboy named to develop curriculum in Oregon…

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Educator for the past 21 years served as a principal for the past 11 years in Lake Oswego schools

Clackamas Review school notes for Aug. 29

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Recreation program offers classes for all ages; Gladstone summer program provided free lunch, activities

4 Milwaukie High School students get $2,500…

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Scholarships named for the mustang, the mascot of MHS; winners all demonstrated 'a sense of purpose for serving or giving back to others in some way'

Clackamas Review community calendar for Aug. 29

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

Oregon City cops catch 46 traffic violators in two…

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Future home of OCPD station, End of Oregon Trail host police officers serving as pedestrian decoys

August Wilson Red Door Project at Rex Putnam High…

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'Hands Up: 7 Playwrights, 7 Testaments' production Sept. 1 to reflect black community's post-Ferguson reaction

150 church volunteers help Gladstone schools

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Effort part of annual Servant Sunday effort, with volunteer projects taking the place of 6 congregations' regular worship service

Meighan Cordie found dead from 'blunt-force trauma'

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Daughter of a Clackamas Fire captain had been attending wedding in Yamhill County

Sexually transmitted infection 'epidemic' in…

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Rise of diseases like chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis locally mirrors national trends

Donate your unwanted apples to Clackamas 'community…

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Edible-quality apples can be dropped off from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily through Oct. 31 at Portland Cider's Clackamas Taproom and Cidery, 8925 S.E.…

Milwaukie first city in Clackamas County to ban…

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Fairview mayor Ted Tosterud leads local charge to phase out plastic bags in three other nearby cities

Rex Putnam High School grad nabs new music…

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Miranda Seghers awarded the Leo Lester Browne Instrumental Music Scholarship

Rotary grant helps Gladstone Clothes Closet

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The facility, run by the Gladstone Ministerial Association, provides free clothing to youths from birth to age 18

Milwaukie southpaws donate leftovers to Oregon Food…

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The second Southpaw Shoot-out in Clackamas County raises another $250 for Doernbecher Children's Hospital

Dan Holladay's re-election bid has new hope for…

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Incumbent Oregon City mayor promises more timely progress on project to redevelop former Blue Heron paper mill

Oregon City wants to help lay groundwork for 205…

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This November, voters will be asked to approve construction access on properties in city parks

Recent administrative changes in North Clackamas

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Some of these individuals are new to district, while others previously occupied different positions within NCSD

SUV plows into side of Oregon City house

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Driver cited for careless driving after incident on Molalla Avenue causes no injuries

Clackamas Review community calendar for Aug. 22

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

Gladstone High School team hosts middle school…

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Students from Kraxberger Middle School benefit from project funded by a grant from the Gladstone Education Foundation

Organizers plan Johnson Creek cleanup

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Last year, volunteers removed 5.3 tons of trash from habitat between Milwaukie and Gresham

Clackamas County fair ends on high note

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Grow it, sew it, show it: Reagan Schwenk, 10, wins Reserve Champion Junior Beef Showman award

Clackamas Soil and Water 'hits reset' on…

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Beavercreek facility would only have offices for 20 officials, smaller floor plan

County: 'Small' sewage spill reaches Willamette…

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UPDATE: Water Environment Services is planning additional repairs after sewage leak enters river from former paper plant in Oregon City

Oregon City park name down to four finalists

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Public asked to vote on name of park at the intersection of Glen Oak Road and High School Avenue

Clackamas Fire prepares for milestone in hands-only…

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50,000th person likely to be taught lifesaving technique on Aug. 23 in Happy Valley

Gladstone's dynamic duo: Officers Dustin Olson,…

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Police officers make a difference, catching drunken drivers, reviving canine program

Birth announcement: Jeremiah David Harrison of…

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Newest resident born to Sharon and John Harrison of unincorporated Oregon City

Bike rides abound along Clackamas River

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End of summer cycling events offer various shorter, more advanced opportunities

Oregon City's Holcomb Elementary cleaned up by…

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Over 30 volunteers from SouthLake Church spent a day of service spiffing up Holcomb Elementary for the return of students this fall

Happy Valley student wins statewide contest

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Araya Quanesisouk was announced as the winner of her age group's 'If I Were Mayor, I Would ...' contest

School notes for Aug. 16

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Gladstone High School robotics team builds T-shirt launcher; Metro grant to expand middle school band programs

Bilingual program becomes Oregon City district…

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Jennings Lodge families face choice to attend Spanish program, transfer to Gladstone, transition to Holcomb Elementary

Judge: Milwaukie officials can proceed with library…

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Clackamas County court interprets May 2016 ballot measure authorizing $9.2M for library 'improvements' can be used for tearing down, rebuilding

City Hall critic files for Oregon City mayor

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Mark Matheson says he's filed recall petitions against current mayor to protest city administration in general

Clackamas Review community calendar for Aug. 15

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

Free admission at Clackamas County Fair on…

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OSU Extension marking its centennial year of service with free fair admission for everyone from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Award-winning Hawaiian ukulele player coming to…

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Bryan Tolentino's workshop, concert will appeal to more advanced players at Milwaukie Center

Arsonist strikes again on Oregon City Park Place…

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UPDATE: 14-year-old boy suspected of causing more than $15,000 of damage at Park Place Elementary School

Clackamas County seeks new board members

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Commissioners are seeking to fill eight openings on the Board of Property Tax Appeals and two openings on the Milwaukie Center Community Advisory…

Nutmobile rides into Portland area, Clackamas…

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102-year-old Mr. Peanut Planters mascot will also make appearances with the 26-foot Nutmobile

New Century Players announces season of plays

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2018-19 season begins with staged reading directed by Sara Gustafson McNaughton of Agatha Christie's 'Mousetrap'

Oregon City library patrons can stream movies for…

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Librarians expand offerings by including the on-demand film-streaming service called Kanopy

Gladstone fire chief passing torch to take…

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Tom O'Connor's last day Aug. 14; Training Chief Jeff Smith to take interim command of department

Narcan saves Clackamas County canine deputy exposed…

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Reversal drug for overdoses on opioids successfully stabilizes Abbie, who specializes in detecting drugs

Youth Theatre for Change celebrates seven seasons

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Play will be performed at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 14, at Osterman Theatre in the Niemeyer Center on the CCC campus in Oregon City

Milwaukie High School demolition begins

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North Clackamas officials offer lesson as Portland Public Schools learn that budgets can be blown when contractors can name their price

Oregon City charity golf project fueled by happy…

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Candlelighters For Children With Cancer benefits from Golf to Give Challenge

WL Paper opening 50 pay-to-park spots

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'Oregon City seems starved for parking ... We'll see how much of a need there really is.'

Clackamas native trains at Navy's largest aviation…

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Airman Ivan Leontyuk serves as an aviation ordnanceman out in Florida air station

Oregon City, Clackamas Community College partner to…

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Cost-sharing agreement to extend Meyers Road from Highway 213 to Oregon City High School

School notes for Aug. 8

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Oregon City High School to offer three new courses; Grant brings new tools to Gardiner Middle School wood shop

Movie filmed in Oregon City premieres in OC

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Director Mary Knight draws on social work, her own past for dramatic comedy 'Sister Mary's Angel'

Clackamas Review community calendar for Aug. 8

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

Clackamas firefighters receive international award…

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Fire district will receive the 2018 International Association of Fire Chiefs' Ben Franklin Award for Valor

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