Up close and personal

West Linn Tidings - News
Police, fire and public works teamed up to put on 'Touch a Truck' event last weekend

WL council approves two annexations

West Linn Tidings - News
'This is still a very difficult decision for us, because our charter still says we would put this to voters.'

Clackamas County commissioners call border separations…

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

WL council approves waste, recycle rate hike

West Linn Tidings - News
The average single family residential customer will see a $.92 increase in their monthly bill

Police log

West Linn Tidings - News
Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the West Linn Police Department.

A new era

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn formally welcomed a new police chief June 7, as Terry Kruger was sworn in during a ceremony at the police station.

WL-WV School Board adopts 2018-19 budget

West Linn Tidings - News
Business office is confident in current budget and revenue projections for next school year

Photojournalist Jim Vincent dies at 86

West Linn Tidings - News
Longtime Lake Oswego resident covered stories of every kind in a career that spanned four decades

Aspen Meadow Band to play benefit for local foster kids

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

Planning to occupy much of early bond spending

West Linn Tidings - News
Construction of West Linn transportation projects expected to begin in mid-2019

Portion of Rosemont Road to close June 18-30

West Linn Tidings - News
Road will be closed between Salamo Road/Santa Anita Drive intersection and Wild Rose Drive

ODOT hosts open house on 205 widening

West Linn Tidings - News
$460 million project remains unfunded, but agency pushing ahead with planning

Police log

West Linn Tidings - News
Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the West Linn Police Department.

A granny flat in every yard?

West Linn Tidings - News
Despite a new state law regarding accessory dwelling units (ADUs) that's set to go into effect July 1, West Linn officials don't expect to see much…

WLPD tightening up on leash laws

West Linn Tidings - News
In a Facebook post May 23, WLPD announced it would ramp up patrols at local parks with the help of mountain bikes

Park plan shows desire for community hubs

West Linn Tidings - News
'Finding the balance between what people say they want and what's important to the city is what we considered in this plan.'

Bill sacrifices Willamette Falls sea lions to save salmon

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

WL Council faces key decision on bond spending

West Linn Tidings - News
Deadline approaching to adopt a supplemental budget that reflects bond spending in fiscal year 2019

'West Linn strong, West Linn united'

West Linn Tidings - Education
West Linn High School graduates 434 students at the University of Portland's Chiles Center

Martin returns to City Council

West Linn Tidings - News
Apologizes to harassment accuser, public after four-month leave of absence

Police log

West Linn Tidings - News
Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the West Linn Police Department

2018 Rose Festival VIP winner chosen

Portland Tribune - News
The lucky winner in the Ultimate Rose Festival Experience Contest is from Aloha

Starlight Parade flashes through downtown Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Some 300,000 watch illuminated floats during Portland Rose Festival event on Saturday, June 2.

New Peace Pole installed at City Hall

West Linn Tidings - News
Representatives from the City, the West Linn High School Interact Club and the West Linn Rotary Club came together to install the pole

WL City Council evaluates future attorney services

West Linn Tidings - News
'What really is the question is: If you bring in someone in-house, can you save money?'

News briefs

West Linn Tidings - News
Keep your dogs on leash at local parks; New mobile app available for national forest

Students sue Marylhurst University, seek class-action status

Lake Oswego Review - News
Lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court asks for the refund of tuition paid 'under false pretenses' in April

For Sale: a 49,200-square-foot blank slate

West Linn Tidings - News
Hollywood Video mogul Mark Wattles' never-finished mega-mansion is up for auction

County evaluating future of Canby Ferry service

West Linn Tidings - News
Transporation and development services wants to hear from area residents on Canby Ferry service

'I want to reach people's expectations.'

West Linn Tidings - News
For Terry Kruger, the West Linn police chief role was a perfect fit after two years of retirement

Lake Oswego School District approves proposal for recovery…

West Linn Tidings - News
Facility for students in grades 9-12 will be the first of its kind in Oregon when it opens its doors in August 2019

WLHS parking dispute heading to court

West Linn Tidings - News
Student also filing petition to repeal residential parking zone, needs 2,829 signatures to get on ballot

Students, faculty hope Marylhurst University can still be…

Lake Oswego Review - News
'Resistance' says school kept them in the dark, but officials call the decision to close the 'only viable course of action'

National Parks on board with Willamette Falls Heritage Area

West Linn Tidings - News
Feasibility study submitted in February met all criteria; Congress has final say

WL council evaluates new code of conduct

West Linn Tidings - News
Code would set a clear policy for future allegations against city volunteers

Parallel projects by WL couple unearth Maddax boat-making…

West Linn Tidings - News
'You've got memory threads, documentary threads, picture threads - as you put them all together, they just create this person.'

Lake Oswego's Hazelia Field hit by string of car break-ins

Lake Oswego Review - News
Thieves have been swiping credit cards and using them to quickly buy gift cards before the thefts are discovered

Police log

West Linn Tidings - News
Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the West Linn Police Department.

WL council evaluates next steps on bond

West Linn Tidings - News
City must finalize projects, decide on how to divide funding before adopting supplemental budget June 25

Schools rush to help Marylhurst students affected by closure

Lake Oswego Review - News
University will host a transfer information session on campus Thursday, with 23 colleges expected to attend

WL council president Brenda Perry not seeking…

West Linn Tidings - News
Says she and husband want to travel more in retirement; council also discusses annexations at work session

Police log

West Linn Tidings - News
Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the West Linn Police Department.

Historic cash register finds home at WL bank

West Linn Tidings - News
'It's a fabulous way for us to connect in with the community and history of the place.'

WL announces Terry Kruger will be next police chief

West Linn Tidings - News
Kruger, a native Oregonian and longtime West Linn resident, spent 28 years with the Portland Police Bureau

Report released on alleged harassment by councilor

West Linn Tidings - News
Investigator found claims against Councilor Bob Martin were 'unsubstantiated'

Are short-term rentals on rise in WL?

West Linn Tidings - News
Moving forward, the City could update its transient lodging tax language to include short term rentals

Marylhurst's legacy of growth & renewal

Lake Oswego Review - News
The college campus on the Willamette River has always adapted to the needs of the surrounding community

Emma tops the charts for baby names - again

West Linn Tidings - News
Oregon's most popular baby names for 2017 look a lot like those for 2016...and for several years before that

For OIT students, green means go (solar)

West Linn Tidings - News
'Green Zero Design' created by students calls for the installation of 500 solar panels across West Linn's parks

People of Providence - Meet R. Bryan Bell, M.D.,…

Portland Tribune - News
SPONSORED CONTENT: The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon

A comedy of errors

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
WilsonvilleSTAGE to perform comedic farce 'Flaming Idiots' at three venues in or near Wilsonville

Schrader leading Wright in Democratic race for 5th…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Incumbent ahead with 86.5 percent of votes; Mark Callahan leads the field in the Republican primary

Buck, Lewis headed for Metro Council runoff

Lake Oswego Review - News
Lake Oswego city councilor wins primary handily, but margin isn't enough to avoid a showdown in November

Clackamas County Clerk Sherry Hall will face runoff…

Clackamas Review - News
Sherry Healy and Pamela White, the two candidates trying to unseat incumbent, now down to just White

Paul Savas wins third term on Clackamas County…

Sandy Post - News
Savas - who was challenged by Oak Grove resident Peter Winter and Louise Lopes of Mulino - came in at 60 percent

Initial returns show West Linn bond passing

West Linn Tidings - News
Bond that would raise as much as $20 million for capital projects passed by 56-44 margin among 6,196 votes

Buehler wins GOP nomination for governor

Portland Tribune - News
Rep. Knute Buehler of Bend, Portland retired pilot Greg Wooldridge and Bend businessman Sam Carpenter ended a bitter battle for the GOP nomination…

In full bloom

West Linn Tidings - News
Just in time for Mother's Day, the West Linn Adult Community Center held its annual plant sale Thursday, May 10 and Friday, May 11

Kathy Wai: 'Get ready for change' with TriMet

Clackamas Review - News
North Clackamas School Board member, 31, would replace retired Tigard City Manager Craig Prosser, who was first appointed to the TriMet Board in 2011

Police log

West Linn Tidings - News
Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the West Linn Police Department.

Opening the canopy at White Oak Savanna

West Linn Tidings - News
Three different crews of arborists and more than 70 hours of work later, the White Oak Savanna Nature Park in West Linn was the beneficiary of a…

Grassroots WL group forms intolerance response team

West Linn Tidings - News
'Sometimes it's just support. Sometimes it's to help them know where to go next.'

Sip, then stamp your passport on new wine trail

West Linn Tidings - News
'Our area offers an incredibly diverse range of family-run and operated wineries.'

Mother's Day event highlights bond between mothers,…

West Linn Tidings - News
Dinner hosted by Chamber of Commerce will include fashion show and awards for exceptional youth

Skeletal remains found near Hart family crash site

West Linn Tidings - News
Two of six children have remained missing since the March crash in California

PGE, WL partnering in waterfront master plan

West Linn Tidings - News
For PGE, the decision to get involved was driven by a significant change on its property

Getting back to their roots

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Wilsonville Garden Club's plant sale benefits CCC horticulture program, aims to promote garden education

West Linn-Wilsonville makes Top 10 in prestigious…

West Linn Tidings - Education
2018 U.S. News and World Report releases list of best high schools in the state and nation

New rec center, waterfront space targeted in parks…

West Linn Tidings - News
A 2017 survey showed that residents generally hoped to see a greater variety of recreation activities in the city

Election 2018: Bond, annexation proposals go to…

West Linn Tidings - News
Everything West Linn voters need to know as they fill in their May primary ballots

Awards honor Lake Oswego-Tigard Water Partnership

Lake Oswego Review - News
Industry recognizes the $254 million project's innovative engineering and use of concrete; plant manager Kari Duncan also honored

WL Lions install three new benches at city parks

West Linn Tidings - News
Benches were put in at Fields Bridge Park, Mary S. Young Park and McLean House as part of a Community Legacy Project

WL Eagle Scout builds viewing shelter for…

West Linn Tidings - News
The shelter looks out at a Douglas fir tree at the White Oak Savanna Park, and also boasts a pristine view of the 10th Street area

Amazing Kids: A friendly face in the hallway

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn's Anthony Varga dedicates his life to helping peers who need support

Camas in bloom

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn's Camassia Nature Preserve is alive with blooming wild camas this month; find out more at https://tinyurl.com/y8u2h5cp.

Axelrod signs on with Climate Mayors

West Linn Tidings - News
'Trump has basically abandoned the Paris Agreement, but the rest of the country is saying, 'No.''

Police log

West Linn Tidings - News
Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the West Linn Police Department.

Metro District 2 race focuses on transportation,…

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Buck, Dominguez, Lewis and Pauli will face off for a full term in the May 15 primary election

Youth Philharmonic features WL students

West Linn Tidings - News
'Pictures at an Exhibition' is the featured piece at the concert, but the orchestra will also play two other compositions

Peter versus Goliath

Lake Oswego Review - News
Lake Oswego resident Peter Wright takes on the role of underdog in a challenge he hopes will 'nudge' U.S. Rep. Kurt Schrader

Gray retires from Pacific West Bank

West Linn Tidings - News
Succeeding Gray as president and CEO is Pacific West's current chief financial and operating officer Bob Seiber

Sherry Hall faces two opponents for clerk

West Linn Tidings - News
VIDEO: Sherry Healy, Pamela White to challenge incumbent in May primary for Clackamas County Clerk

Region participates in National Drug Take Back Day

Portland Tribune - News
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day occurs on Saturday, April 28 across Oregon.

Archival editions of WLHS student newspaper online

West Linn Tidings - News
600 pages of the newspaper from the years 2006-2011, as well as 1983, are now fully digitized, searchable and printable

Police log

West Linn Tidings - News
Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the West Linn Police Department. Authorities recently filed reports on the…

ODFW gives up on trapping Willamette sea lions

Clackamas Review - News
State: Relocation of Willamette Falls sea lions to Oregon Coast not enough to protect local fish runs

Hometown Proud

West Linn Tidings - News
See our tribute to all the things we love about our communities inside the April 26 issue of the West Linn Tidings

Assistant city attorney resigns to take job in…

West Linn Tidings - News
Due to budget constraints, city manager plans to leave position unfilled for as long as six months

Metro District 2 race focuses on transportation,…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Buck, Dominguez, Lewis and Pauli will face off for a full term in the May 15 primary election

Rogerson Clematis collection in Lake Oswego earns…

Lake Oswego Review - News
American Public Gardens Association will honor the garden at Luscher Farm during a May 2 celebration

For WL, possible bond approval only first step

West Linn Tidings - News
If voters approve GO bond, plenty of decisions remain to be made regarding where, when and how funds are spent

West Linn residents meet candidates for police chief

West Linn Tidings - News
Hourlong reception prompted finalists to go in-depth on skills, experience

Oregon City company makes wake over potential…

Clackamas Review - News
Active Water Sports worries about new version of House Bill 4099 to prohibit wake-enhancing devices between river mile 30 and 50 of the Willamette

Treat her right

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn honors Mother Earth with myriad events and plenty of work for volunteers

Youth Music Project, World of Speed co-founder…

West Linn Tidings - News
David Bany left legacy in West Linn, his hometown as well as his adopted community of Wilsonville

Voices from the Past returns to honor Oregon Trail

West Linn Tidings - News
Event will mark 175th anniversary of trail with stories from local travelers

Newcomer Louise Lopes hopes to bring fresh…

West Linn Tidings - News
'I don't have a magic wand, and for me being new it would be a learning curve, but I'd just love to jump in and do what I can.'

WL youth board votes to remove Cummings

West Linn Tidings - News
Vote to oust liaison came amid frustrations over parking issue at West Linn High

Volunteer opportunities abound as city celebrates…

West Linn Tidings - News
Gone is Take Care of West Linn Day, which generally took place in May, and in its place is a citywide Earth Day Work Day

News briefs

West Linn Tidings - News
Apply for Youth Advisory Council; Spring plant sale approaching; Public safety job fair scheduled; Dig safe this spring

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