School notes for Oct. 17

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Gardiner program builds social, emotional learning; New technologies, strategies facilitate classroom inclusion; Volunteers invited to run a club,…

Clackamas Review community calendar for Oct. 17

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

Oregon City Woman's Club plans annual auction

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Event is 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21, at the Ainsworth House, 19130 Lot Whitcomb Drive, Oregon City

Clackamas County breaks ground on new sewage treatment…

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Expansion of wastewater plant in Oregon City seeks to ensure protection of health, environment amid future growth

Students seek Gladstone seniors who need help with yard work

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Gladstone senior citizens and homebound neighbors are invited to contact event organizers if they need help

Nine vie for four seats on Gladstone City Council

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Politically active citizens break record for number of candidates involved in single election

Gladstone police, fire levies get interesting this year

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Previously unopposed elections suddenly have opposition from city councilor, firefighter

Kraxberger Middle School wellness center combats teen stress

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Gladstone School District program developed in partnership with Trillium Family Services

Oregon City honors teachers for excellence

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This year's winners include Lynn Elliott, a second-grade teacher at Jennings Lodge Elementary, and Jennifer Bell, an instructional coach for…

After-school programs build student success at Kraxberger

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Middle school in Gladstone expanding the programs by adding an array of new activities

Oregon City Parks Foundation announces ivy pull

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In addition to event Oct. 20, advocates call on homeowners to check for invasives

Jennie Willoughby to keynote local Domestic Violence…

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Story of abuse at the hands of former White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter gained national media attention in February

Gladstone teacher receives supplies, thanks to Kristen Bell

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Actress' 10featuredteachers campaign on Instagram encourages fans to donate school supplies to public school students

Body found on Mount Hood

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Deceased man may have been missing Arizona hiker who was last seen on Monday, Oct. 8

Deputies, paramedics help save newborn at Clackamas Town…

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Week-old Audrey Harmon stopped breathing at a portrait studio, but CCSO, Clackamas Fire officials rush to scene

Volunteers needed to clear channel leading to Clackamette…

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Rivers of Life Center is joining forces with the community in Oregon City from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13

Clackamas Review community calendar for Oct. 10

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

24 affordable housing units being built for vets in Oregon…

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Northwest Housing Alternatives breaking ground on approximately $7 million project at 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, at 314 Pleasant Ave.

Hundreds of kids line up for fresh cider in Oregon City

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Families enjoy pressing apples the old-fashioned way at the Oregon City Farmers Market

2 seats in Happy Valley up for grabs on Nov. 6

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Voters now electing city councilors by position rather than in a top-two format

State leaders urged to address funding, mental health needs

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School leaders prompt discussion on funding, school safety with 10 sitting legislators and 12 candidates

Oregon City Together: Two free movies may help save lives

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'Suicide: The Ripple Effect' will show from 6:30 to 8:15 p.m. Oct. 10; 'Angst' will show from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Oct. 18

Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. honored with award from OSU

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Harvest dinner showcases best of Oregon State University agricultural extension services

New Happy Valley dental office opens

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Drs. Phillips Baik and Kristen Vogel's Sunridge Dental Care is at 14679 S.E. Sunnyside Road

Grand Ronde moves forward with fishing platform at falls

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Tribe begins site prep work Oct. 1 despite PGE warning about trespassing on property

Hear stories of LGBTQ veterans in Oregon City

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The public is invited to two free film screenings, 1 p.m. and 6 p.m., followed by a presentation from Nathanial Bohme, LGBT veterans coordinator for…

VIDEO: Jailers laugh as inmate fatally overdoses on meth

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A lawsuit targets the Clackamas County Jail after the death of inmate Bryan Perry in 2016.

CCC opens new Industrial Technology Center

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Clackamas Community College will host activities all day on National Manufacturing Day on Oct. 5; community is invited to the grand opening, which…

Input sought for sign marking former Jennings Lodge…

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Interpretive and photographic display will be discussed at public meeting on Oct. 20

Oak Grove Boy Scout raising money for Africa

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From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 6 gather at New Hope Church for a Family Fun and Food Truck Rally

Gallia looks to increase engagement, collaboration

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Candidate for State Senate District 20 has a background in healthcare and public policy

Olsen hopes to advocate for Clackamas County

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The Republican candidate for Oregon State Senate District 20 has served since 2010

Community calendar for Oct. 4

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

2 vie for Clackamas County's top assessor position

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Mike Grant, Tami Little offer varied backgrounds, similar priorities for taxation management

Crash reignites safety concerns outside school

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Gresham-Barlow charter school wants more protections for students as they are dropped off and picked up

Oregon City, Milwaukie libraries both closed next week

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UPDATE: Temporary library opening in Milwaukie delayed at least until Oct. 22 'due to unforseen delays' according to city officials

Oregon City candidates divided on annexations, growth

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Brian Shaw, Rocky Smith Jr. take on future of city's housing development strategy

Oregon City auctions provide funding to end child…

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Unique solution to growing problem partners estate services with nonprofit foundation

Oregon City painter displays 50 years of work

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Leland John's works in Clackamas Community College's Alexander Gallery through Oct. 26

Jerry Deas takes helm as Kiwanis governor for Pacific…

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Pacific Northwest District, now based in Jennings Lodge, is made up of more than 7,900 Kiwanis Club members in 309 clubs

Oregon City mayoral campaigns hit speed bumps

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Debate video online: All three candidates for city's top position experience setbacks

StarCycle Happy Valley charity ride raises $3,000

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Clackamas Emergency Services Foundation benefits from second-annual 'Cycle Under the Stars' event

Grocery Outlet donates to Oregon City's Pioneer…

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Pantry provides free food to high school students attending OCHS, Clackamas Academy of Industrial Sciences and the Oregon City Service Learning…

Concord School site of Netflix filming through…

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Issuing the permit was the North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District, which last March became site's owner

North Clackamas manufacturing students win again

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Dozen students from the Sabin-Schellenberg Professional Technical Center Manufacturing program compete at SkillsUSA

Spicer Brothers Produce closes after 30 years in…

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UPDATE: Iconic family business in Oregon City closes Oct. 6 after going through some major changes, adding a waffle/smoothie bar as one of the two…

School notes for Sept. 26

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Kraxberger Rising celebrates middle school's 50th year; Statewide TAG conference scheduled locally; Job fair in Oregon City; Fall gardening at CCC

Clackamas Review community calendar for Sept. 26

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

Lot Whitcomb Elementary gets new look, new principal

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Assistant leader moves up to top position, starts North Clackamas School District's newest dual-immersion program

Happy Valley, not county, gets taxes for parks

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On Sept. 18, the Oregon Tax Court rules that the city can begin collecting taxes for park maintenance and contruction, at the same tax rate…

North Clackamas schools ask taxpayers for $30 more…

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Local option levy proposed to close estimated $17M budget gap if nothing is done

Milwaukie City Council candidates disagree on issues

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Elvis Clark, retired economist, running against City Council President Lisa Batey

Clackamas County water coalition to test emergency…

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Riverside County Park to close on Thursday, Sept. 27, for drill in the Clackamas River

'Suspicious activity' causes Clackamas High School…

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Clackamas County Sheriff's Office resolves situation in about 15 minutes on Monday

McLoughlin Elementary creates wildlife habitat

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Oregon City school designated a Certified Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation and the Association of Northwest Steelheaders

Gladstone Robotics Club members learn while they…

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Kraxberger Milddle School's Gearheads Robotics Club donate extra money to various programs at their school

ODFW ends cougar capture operations

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DNA evidence inconclusive, but ODFW deems it highly probable cougar killed is the one that attacked Diana Bober

Local lands largest marlinin Hawaiian tournament

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Howard Dietrich, co-owner of the Mill End Store in Milwaukie, recently won three awards for catching a 652.1-pound Pacific blue marlin

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

Cougar shot, killed near attack site Friday

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'We don't know if this is the cougar responsible, but we do know that this cougar was at the attack site today.' -ODFW official Brian Wolfer

Clackamas man charged with fraud at Oregon National…

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

Honoring first responders who serve Clackamas County

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Firefighters get special recognition during recent National Day of Service and Remembrance during 9/11 events in Oregon City

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…

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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…

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

'A return of part of our lives'

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Grand Ronde tribe celebrates approval of fishing scaffold that will be placed at Willamette Falls

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…

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

CCSO believes Clackamas pornographer exploited…

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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…

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

Sister act: Oregon City-Tateshina partnership…

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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 County Cultural Coalition announces…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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

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