Canby Lions deliver flags

Canby Herald - News
Canby Lions Club continues its tradition of handing out U.S. Flags to first-graders in Canby schools

Canby Council makes additions to boards

Canby Herald - News
City Council looking at changing the start time of meetings from 7:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Spring Flea Market

Canby Herald - News
The Canby Historical Society will hold its Spring Flea Market March 23 at the Event Center

Very Revolutionary

Canby Herald - News
Canby Public Library will host a discussion on the Revolutionary War on March 21 at 4 p.m.

CAT sets new schedule, route changes

Canby Herald - News
Canby Area Transit announces change of Route 99 to Route 99X, as well as other tweaks

Portland's Kabir Muthu crowned spelling champ

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon's Regional Spelling Bee in Portland is presented by the Pamplin Media Group and Comcast.

Helping hand with a pump

Canby Herald - News
Canby American Legion receives a grant from the Siletz Tribe to help fix its pump system

Report: Quake will devastate Clackamas County

Clackamas Review - News
State geologists analyze projected impacts of Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake, magnitude 9.0, and expect tens of thousands of casualties in the…

Tim Cook named next president of Clackamas Community College

Clackamas Review - News
Dr. Joanne Truesdell, who has served as president since 2007, announced her retirement last year effective July 1

The curious case of Canby's ex-chamber director

Canby Herald - News
Liz Marcum called it a 'forced resignation,' the chamber says it was a 'mutual decision'

A little help

Canby Herald - News
Oregon Renaissance Faire in Canby is looking for volunteer help for this year's show in June

Students say 'Enough' during walkouts

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler: 'We need our federal leaders and state leaders across the country to step up to protect our citizens from these entirely…

City council seeks vision, sets goals

Canby Herald - News
The council recently finished up a goal-setting and visioning meeting as they look to the future

Canby Council explores subdivision issue

Canby Herald - News
Council decides, after debate, to send the Redwood Landing application back to Planning Comission

North Marion All-Schools Auction

Canby Herald - News
The district's major fundraiser is set for Saturday at Woodburn Legacy Health Center

FFA qualifiers

Canby Herald - News
Canby's FFA program had a trio of students qualify for the state competition at a recent event

Prepping for the FINALE

Canby Herald - News
A large number of guys tried out for North Marion's production of 'You can't Take It With You'

City unveils new website

Canby Herald - News
The new-look website was designed by a Canby company and offers a fresh look, better functionality

Art exhibit runs through March

Canby Herald - News
The works of Salem artist Tara Choate will be on display at the Canby Library through March 30

Canby woman, 65, dies in plane crash

Canby Herald - News
Mary H. Rosenblum was the only occupant of the Piper Super Cub that crashed near Daybreak Field.

Library Life

Canby Herald - News
A look at the programs the Canby Public Library will have for the remainder of March

Tuesday class

Canby Herald - News
A look at Canby women's civic clubs and how they impacted the town set for March 13

Castletown is next up

Canby Herald - News
Canby Library's music program returns March 10 with the sounds of Castletown in the stacks

Hunter education classes on tap

Canby Herald - News
There are a host of hunter education classes set for the local area, including Canby and Molalla

CHS academic specialist Jodi Gelder gets February CARE Award

Canby Herald - News
'I can confidently say you have become a lifesaver to a lot of our kids.' -Canby High School Principal Greg Dinse

Community garden opens at Baker Prairie

Canby Herald - News
Baker Prairie Middle School has opened its yearly community garden and is looking for growers

Trial date set for Canby woman in manslaughter case

Canby Herald - News
Vasilissa Kuzman, 20, is axccused of killing two men in a DUII accident on Feb. 15

Ante goes up for 'Froggy Robber' suspect

Canby Herald - News
The reward for information and arrest of bank robber who hit a Canby branch continues to increase

Spinning wheels got to go round

Canby Herald - News
The annual Spinning Wheel Showcase will be march 10-11 at the Old Aurora Colony Museum

Local teachers receive grant

Canby Herald - News
Two Carus Elementary School teachers will share the funds for a joint project with their classes

Court coronation on tap

Canby Herald - News
The Clackamas County Fair and Canby Rodeo court coronation will be Saturday in Canby

Legislative session ends, HB4092 dies in committee

Canby Herald - News
A bill that would have opened to door to runway expansion at Aurora Airport comes up short

Knights lend a financial hand

Canby Herald - News
Canby's Knights of Columbus raise more than $18,000 to aid the local pregnancy care center

A look at the American Revolution

Canby Herald - News
Voices from the American Revolution will take a three week look at this country's formation

A look at TV

Canby Herald - News
DirectLink will hold a free community education class at three separate times on March 8

Tree School schedule set

Canby Herald - News
The OSU Extension Service's annual program has an expanded schedule and plenty to learn

Knight Elementary students earn school's first district…

Canby Herald - News
Last week, Canby students in grades 6-8 competed in a district OBOB tournament

Rydmark to vie for HD39 seat

Canby Herald - News
He becomes the fourth Republican to register for the coming primary to replace Bill Kennemer

People of Providence - Meet Ty J. Gluckman, M.D.

Portland Tribune - News
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House Bill 4092 dead in committee

Canby Herald - News
Bill targeting Aurora Airport runway extension won't get a committee hearing, essentially killing it

A parade of 'Hope'

Canby Herald - News
The Superheroes Day Parade will be Saturday, March 3, in downtown Canby beginning about 1 p.m.

New insurance agency opens doors

Canby Herald - News
HealthMarkets Insurance Agency opens its new office in Canby on March 1, celebrating opening all month

Bingo on tap

Canby Herald - News
District 63 firefighters will hold their annual bingo night on Saturday at the Donald Fire Station

HAM radio licensing class set

Canby Herald - News
Always been curious about HAM radio? A HAM radio licensing class is set for Saturday in Molalla

Eccles kids win OBOB trophy

Canby Herald - News
The third-fifth grade Oregon Battle of the Books district tournament is in the books

Reward increased for bank robber to $30,000

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Suspect who threatened tellers in six local banks with a knife should be considered armed and dangerous

Honoring the memory of a special day

Canby Herald - News
The annaul Iwo Jima flag-raising ceremony celebrates one of WWII's most iconic moments

Aurora Airport extension sits in legislative…

Canby Herald - News
House Bill 4092, which would open the door to the Aurora Airport runway expansion, awaits its fate

Support group welcomes speaker

Canby Herald - News
Thelma's Place support group will hear from Dr. Mario Seyer on Feb. 28 to discuss coping tools

Kaleidoscope of quilts

Canby Herald - News
Zion Mennonite's annual Quilting Workshop drew large crowds interested in creating something special

Redwood Landing development under review

Canby Herald - News
Councilors confused regarding several items in previously approved Redwood Landing development

Faire volunteers sought

Canby Herald - News
The Oregon Renaissance Faire is looking for volunteers to be part of the fun; meeting set for March

New artist on display at library

Canby Herald - News
The works of Tara Choate will be on display at the Canby Public Library through March 30

Essay contest celebrates women

Canby Herald - News
Students in elementary through high school are invited to submit essays about women who have made a difference

Spirit of Rotary award

Canby Herald - News
Johnson Controls was awarded a Spirit of Rotary award recently in the business category

CAT sets public meeting for Thursday

Canby Herald - News
Meeting will look at proposed route changes, simplifying the schedule and expanded service hours

Concerns over a local highway expressed

Canby Herald - News
Could the whole hill go crashing down? County and ODOT address concers with Highway 213 at meeting

Countryfest set for July

Canby Herald - News
Another music festival, this one focusing on country music, will debut at Pat's Acres July 20-21

A welcome donation

Canby Herald - News
The Canby High School art department gets funds from the Charbonneau Art Association

Pregnancy center in new spot

Canby Herald - News
The Pregnancy Care Center of Molalla and Canby is now located at 158 SW Second Ave. in Canby

Library offers a little extra

Canby Herald - News
Friends of the Canby Public Library spearheading a 'cultural passport' program for patrons

Bingo night set

Canby Herald - News
The PTO at Baker Prairie Middle School will have a fundraising bingo night on Friday, Feb. 23

New doctor joins Hartwell

Canby Herald - News
Dr. Andrea Greiner recently joined the staff at Hartwell Chiropractic & Wellness Center

Clackamas County, ODOT begin safety improvements at…

Canby Herald - News
The agencies have teamed up to make improvements to Highway 213 and South Union Mills Road in an effort to reduce traffic crashes

Council set public hearing on subdivision

Canby Herald - News
Canby City Council will hold public hearing Wednesday on the Redwood landing subdivision

Quilting Workshop

Canby Herald - News
Zion Mennonite Church wil feature all types of quilting classes and displays during anual event

Creature Feature coming

Canby Herald - News
The Canby Library will host a program that looks at some of the world's most fascinating creatures

Canby minor woman charged with manslaughter, DUII…

Molalla Pioneer - News
Police report indicates 20-year-old Vasilissa Kuzmin had a blood alcohol content of 0.21 percent

Investigators: Kitzhaber violated ethics law 11…

Portland Tribune - News
An investigation report released Wednesday will be used as the basis for an ethics violation case against former Gov. John Kitzhaber.

OSP launch easy-to-remember *OSP for non-emergencies

Canby Herald - News
Oregon State Police worked with ODOT and cell phone providers to provide *OSP service

Relay for Life combining efforts

Canby Herald - News
Canby and Molalla are joining forces to create the South Clackamas County Relay for Life event

Council gives OK to annexation

Canby Herald - News
The 22.4 acres is located between S. Ivy and S. Elm streets and could be part of something larger

Airport runway issue continues to draw discussion

Canby Herald - News
House Bill 4092 and what it could mean for the Aurora Airport have become hot topics in the area

CHS robitics teams get season rolling

Canby Herald - News
A pair of Canby High squads enjoyed success in the season's opening competition in Salem

Iwo Jima honors

Canby Herald - News
The annual Iwo Jima flag-raising event will be Saturday at the Canby Adult Center

Get your 'Mojo' on

Canby Herald - News
Canby Library's Music in the Stacks program will feature the music of Bigfoot Mojo on Feb. 17

Baker Prairie students raise funds for DC trip

Canby Herald - News
Eighteen Baker Prairie Middle School students will travel to Washington, D.C. and New York City in June.

Canby Republican Christine Drazan runs for House…

Canby Herald - News
Christine Drazan wants to help improve Oregon's graduation rate and reform state spending and budgeting

'Equifax bill' requires faster data breaches notices

Portland Tribune - News
A bill in the Legislature comes at a time when Equifax is under fire for failing to fully reveal the extent of a data breach last year.

Trost celebrates first-grade bilingualism with…

Canby Herald - News
Trost's first-graders crossed a literal bridge at the ceremony last month to celebrate their journey to becoming bilingual

New attack ad slams Brown on day care issues

Portland Tribune - News
The ad, scheduled for debut Sunday, attacks Gov. Kate Brown for her response to failures at the state's day care system.

Oregon 'uplists' marbled murrelet to endangered

Portland Tribune - News
The change to endangered status will likely result in stricter logging limits on state forestland.

Momentum grows for making strangulation a felony

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon legislator representing Milwaukie sponsors bill increasing penalties for crime

Before MeToo movement, there was Bob Packwood

Portland Tribune - News
Women made history when they accused U.S. Sen. Bob Packwood, R-Oregon, of sexual harassment.

Pints and history return

Canby Herald - News
Clackamas County Historial Society and Canby Public Library will present and Pints from the Past

Canby mourns teen deaths

Canby Herald - News
Canby High School is now decorated with a plethora of hearts and posters that read: 'You matter' and 'Eres importante.'

Could more space be found for Clackamas community…

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City campus loses more than a dozen community-garden plots; full occupancy needed for college to consider an expansion elsewhere

Pressure mounts as Kruse stays away from Legislature

Portland Tribune - News
'Building into this idea that this is somehow political games or a political process demeans the victims who waited to be able to speak up until…

State auditors see potential trouble in marijuana…

Portland Tribune - News
Among other issues auditors found, data in the cannabis tracking system was self-reported by cannabis businesses, raising auditors' concerns about…

Donna Kriegshauser

Donna Kriegshauser of Charbonneau died Sept. 5, 2017. A Celebration of Life will be held at 1 p.m. Feb. 10 at Charbonneau Country Club, 32000 S.W.…

Poll shows Brown has early lead over Buehler

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon governor leads Republican challenger with nearly 25 percent of voters undecided.

Letter to the editor

Canby Herald - News
Holding out hope that an historic cruise opportunity will find plenty of interesting in Canby

Event center tabbed for Rotary 'spirit' award

Canby Herald - News
Canby Rotary's Spirit of Rotary for 2017 goes to the Clackamas County Event Center and Fairgrounds

Amazing Kid noms sought

Canby Herald - News
The Canby Herald is part of the annual Pamplin Media Group's program to honor kids in the local area

Ken Kraft eyes Kennemer's seat

Canby Herald - News
Oregon VFW commander says he understands the hardship many Oregon veterans undergo first-hand

Field-to-Market series set

Canby Herald - News
Local farmers can learn how to safely and effectively offer a taste of their farms with this series

Canby Rodeo Association helps fight cancer

Canby Herald - News
A recent gift by the organization will help Providence Willamett Falls buy a 3-D mammography machine

Canby High School English language development…

Canby Herald - News
January recipient Chris Gilbert is Canby High's head English language development teacher and migrant coordinator for the school

Poster contest offered for Oregon kids

Canby Herald - News
The Fair Housing Council of Oregon opens their 20th annual Fair Housing Poster Contest

Pitchpipers set annual show

Canby Herald - News
The Oregon Trail Pitchpipers will host Oregon Tral Harmony in Canby at the fine arts center



The Gresham Outlook welcomes calendar notices for weekly public events and support group meetings in East County. To submit an item, simply send the information to Dateline, The Gresham Outlook, P.O. Box 747, Gresham, 97030; e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; or fax it to 503-665-2187 at least 10 days before the event or meeting.


Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) - 9:15 a.m., Wood Village Green Mobile Court, 23300 W. Arata Road, Troutdale. A support group for weight management and healthy lifestyles. For more information, call Edna at 503-666-1091 or visit

Gresham Elks/Red Cross Blood Drive - 2 to 7 p.m., Gresham Elks Lodge, 3330 N.E. Division St. For more information, call 503-528-5605 or visit


Full Gospel Business Men - 6 a.m., Shari's Restaurant, 881 S.W. Highland Drive. A fellowship of evangelical businessmen. For more information, call Stephen Rogers at 503-666-4793.

MOMS Club of Gresham - 9:30 a.m., First Baptist Church of Gresham, 224 W. Powell Blvd. Support group for stay-at-home mothers and their children. Guests welcome and childcare provided. For more information, call Melissa Smith at 503-669-2989.

Gresham Horseshoe Club - 11 a.m. at the horseshoe pits at Main City Park, 219 S. Main Ave. Club members meet to practice, weather permitting. For more information, call Mary Petersen at 503-667-6255.

Columbia River Gorge Kiwanis Club - noon, Winks Sports Pub and Restaurant, 3240 S. Troutdale Road. A service group that helps children and youth. Visit for information.

Gresham Society of Artists - 6 p.m., Gresham Senior Center, 600 N.E. Eighth St. For more information, call Jo Curry at 503-254-5923.

Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) - 6 p.m., Highland Community Church, 4100 S.E. 182nd Ave. A support group for weight management and healthy lifestyles. Weigh-ins run from 4:30 to 5:50 p.m. For more information, call 503-665-6618 or 503-695-5438 or visit


Gresham Toastmasters - 6:30 a.m., Holiday Inn, 2752 N.E. Hogan Drive. Learn how to be a better speaker. For more information, call Jeff Holmes at 503-669-8408 or visit

Kiwanis of Damascus-Boring - 6:45 a.m., Fireside Room, Damascus Community Church, 14251 S.W. Rust Way. For more information, visit

Business AM - 7:30 a.m. A business networking opportunity for members and guests of the West Columbia Gorge Chamber of Commerce. Call 503-669-7473 for information and meeting location.

Good Morning East Portland - 7:30 a.m., Adventist Medical Center, New Pavilion, 10000 S.E. Main St., Portland. A business networking meeting for members and guests of the East Portland Chamber of Commerce. For more information, call 503-788-8589 or visit

I Take the Lead - 7:30 a.m., Elmer's Restaurant, 1290 N.E. Burnside Road. Helps you build your business by generating leads and referrals. For more information, call Becky Tengwall at 503-694-9909 or visit

Rockwood Business Coalition - 7:30 a.m., Rockwood Community Office, 18709 S.E. Stark St. A business coalition that aims to foster participation and the growth of businesses within the Rockwood community and create a unified voice for political, economic, and social issues. Call 503-618-2999 or visit

Historic Downtown Gresham Business Association - 8 a.m., Small Business Development Center, 322 N.E. Roberts Ave. Call 503-665-5990 for information.

Sandy Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) - 8 a.m., Sandy Church of the Nazarene, 34717 S.E. Jarl Road, Boring. For more information, call Donna at 503-668-3762.

Overeaters Anonymous - 10:30 a.m., St. Henry Catholic Church, 346 N.W. First St. All welcome. Call 503-665-9129 or visit for more information.

Gresham Rotary Club - noon, 4th Street Brewing Company, 77 N.E. Fourth St. A worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and helps build goodwill and peace in the world. Call 503-491-9208 for information.

Historic Downtown Gresham Kiwanis - 5:30 p.m. 4th Street Brewing, 77 N.E. Fourth St. A community volunteer group that supports the youth of East Multnomah County with its projects. Visit for information.

Prime Timers Dining Club - 6 p.m., Francis Xavier's Restaurant, 1933 N.E. 181st Ave., Gresham. A social group for singles age 50 and up. Be there at 6 p.m. for social time, followed by a dinner at 6:30 p.m. Dinner is Dutch treat. For more information, call Pat Ruter at 503-936-5861 or visit

Gresham United VFW Post 180 - 7:30 p.m., Veterans Memorial Hall, 150 W. Powell Blvd. Visit for information.

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