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

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

Council set public hearing on subdivision

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

Creature Feature coming

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

Investigators: Kitzhaber violated ethics law 11 times

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.

'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 bridging…

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

Could more space be found for Clackamas community gardeners?

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 tracking…

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

WSP-Obituaries
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 teacher…

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

Police say Canby teen killed by train may have seen it…

Canby Herald - News
Canby Police Chief says the Canby male may have deliberately stepped in front of the train

Molalla PD sets extra Super Bowl patrols

Canby Herald - News
Molalla Police Department will conduct extra patrols focused on drivers who are impaired

Independence Day musicians sought

Canby Herald - News
The Canby Independence Day Celebration is seeking musicians and bands to play this July 4

Male pedestrian struck, killed by train in Canby…

Canby Herald - News
A male pedestrian was killed near the intersection of Highway 99E and Ivy in Canby Thursday night

Exclusion Day for unimmunized students is Feb. 21

Canby Herald - News
By Feb. 21, children must have up-to-date immunizations or exemption documentation to continue attending school

Sportsmen's Show returns to Portland Expo Center…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Outdoor enthusiasts rejoice! The second largest sportsmen's show of its kind in the country returns to Portland next week opening Wednesday.

Spay/neuter special for feral, stray cats in…

Clackamas Review - News
Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon celebrates Spay/Neuter Awareness Month as the perfect time to prevent litters of kittens in the spring

Democratic challanger emerges for Olsen's seat

Canby Herald - News
Charles Gallia hopes to take the measure of Canby's Alan Olsen, the incumbent for Senate District 20

Aurora fire chief calling it a career

Canby Herald - News
Rod Yoder to continue serving as the city's fire chief until a replacement is found

Library slates forgiveness program

Canby Herald - News
Those with late fees can get a huge break on what they owe; library to host carousel history event

Smyrna sets next Memory Cafe'

Canby Herald - News
The month's Cafe' topic will focus on helping people stay engaged in the community

New laws provide lenience for foster youths,…

Canby Herald - News
Two house bills, effective Jan. 1, impact graduation and attendance requirements for certain students

Canby Fire Chief dedicates stairclimb to local girl…

Canby Herald - News
Chief Jim Davis will participate in the Scott Firefighter Stairclimb in honor of Jessie Cross

Death and dying workshop

Canby Herald - News
Canby Public Library will hold a workshop titled 'Talking About Dyring' on Jan. 30

Former Kennemer opponent: 'Old-guard Republican'…

Clackamas Review - News
Could seat flip to Democratic Party after Bill Kennemer's retirement from Oregon House?

VFW Commander Ken Kraft running for Kennemer's seat

Clackamas Review - News
As a post-9/11 Iraq combat veteran, Ken Kraft said he understands first-hand the hardships many Oregon veterans have experienced

Legislation to extend airport runway raises…

Woodburn Independent - News
City of Wilsonville expresses uneasiness about Aurora Airport legislation and the potential traffic impacts it might bring

Graduation rates hold steady at Canby High School

Canby Herald - News
According to data released Thursday, Canby's graduation rate exceeds the statewide average

County chair apologizes for insulting Parrish

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County Commission Chairman Jim Bernard attacked state Rep. Julie Parrish, R-West Linn, in a Facebook post for her failed attempt to repeal…

Kennemer looking toward a new chapter

Canby Herald - News
Surgery after Christmas, severe partisanship in the Legislature helped prompt his announcement not to run again

Child poverty: Clackamas County showing some…

Canby Herald - News
Recently released study looks at the root causes for chlid poverty within the county

A man of 'Dedication'

Canby Herald - News
DirectLink honors the many contributions of an innovator by creating the Don Peterson Boardroom

Puppet creation

Canby Herald - News
A puppet-making workshop will be held at the Canby Public Library Thursday night at 6:30 p.m.

Voters say 'yes' to Measure 101

Portland Tribune - News
Voters overwhelmingly approve keeping certain taxes on health insurance premiums and hospitals.

Canby School District celebrates School Board…

Canby Herald - News
January is the month to recognize the publicly elected members of the school district's board of directors

FBI seeks information

Canby Herald - News
'Froggy Robber' has hit several banks in the area, including one in Canby in October

Get your game on

Canby Herald - News
Canby Public Library slates a Nintendo game night for Wednesday evening at the library

Kennemer won't run again

Canby Herald - News
Rep. Bill Kennemer said Tuesday that he will not seek re-election to the Oregon House in 2018

Marchers push through downtown to 'reclaim…

Portland Tribune - News
Hundreds of people protested their first year under President Donald J. Trump on Saturday, Jan. 20.

Baker Prairie holds school-wide Geo Bee

Canby Herald - News
Eighteen students in seventh and eighth grades earned the right to compete in the bee

Sunday breakfast on tap

Canby Herald - News
The Canby American Legion Post will host its weekly Sunday breakfast from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Olsen slates re-election kickoff

Canby Herald - News
Sen. Alan Olsen will have his re-election kickoff party on Wednesday, Jan. 24 in Oregon City

Putting charities in driver's seat

Lake Oswego Review - News
Preview party offers a sneak peek at the Auto Show, a unique chance to give back to community groups and a chance to win a new Audi Q3 Quattro…

'Stacks' returns with tunes

Canby Herald - News
Silverton duo Next of Kin will be at the Canby Public Library Saturday for Music in the Stacks

Baker Prairie students bear the rain to welcome…

Canby Herald - News
The second round of South Korean students arrived in Canby to stay for the week.

Mental health discussion planned

Canby Herald - News
Early Assessment and Support Alliance plan a bilingual presentation at the Canby Public Library

Talking area history

Canby Herald - News
Champoeg State Heritage Area offers a double-pronged Saturday program that looks at area history

FBI renews effort to locate fugitive out of…

Clackamas Review - News
Barrett Preston Busschau disappeared from Oregon in 1993 after multiple sex abuse charges involving children

Dog reported stolen from Canby found in Mulino

Canby Herald - News
The dog was in fair condition, but relations between his owners and their former landlord are not

Cancer support gets help

Canby Herald - News
The Breast Friends support group is set to have its first meeting in Canby for area women

A COMMANDING PRESENCE

Canby Herald - News
American Legion National Commander Denise Rodan stops by Canby to talk about 'family'

What Measure 101 yes and no votes mean

Canby Herald - News
Oregonians are being asked to vote on Measure 101 in a Jan. 23 special election

Finding empowerment in Aurora

Canby Herald - News
Quilts for Empowerment program helps support Kenyan women who are the victims of abuse

Gorton tabbed branch manager

Canby Herald - News
Shelly Gorton was recently named the branch manager of the Canby KeyBank on Second Avenue

Crouch to be crowned

Canby Herald - News
Canby High School student will be crowned Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon at coronation in January

North Marion hosts annual dessert theatre fundraiser

Woodburn Independent - News
This Saturday night's performance will be a melodrama that's student directed

Council okays HRB name change

Canby Herald - News
Canby's Historica Review Board will now be called the Canby Heritage and Landmark Comission

Adding a little Minion touch

Canby Herald - News
The Canby Garden Club donates some fun touches to the Kiwanis thrift store; looking for donations

Gun club sets meeting

Canby Herald - News
The Macksburg Gun Club will hold its annual meeting on Jan. 12 at the Canby Gun Club facility

National commander on hand

Canby Herald - News
American Legion National Commander Denise Rohan is stopping by the Canby Legion Post Thrusday

Carus Elementary implements daily 'morning meeting'

Canby Herald - News
The school-wide morning meetings provide opportunity for teachers, students and staff to connect at the outset of the day

New 350 Clackamas County group takes on climate…

Clackamas Review - News
Joining as an early member of the local 350 group was Milwaukie Mayor Mark Gamba, who last month traveled to Chicago's North American Climate Summit

Want to meet Clackamas Community College's next…

Clackamas Review - News
Board of Education has announced the finalists in the college's president search

Clackamas youth center leader relates to kids'…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas Drop Manager Maria Hermsen offers 'bridge' for youth dealing with mental health, addiction issues

Talk set for library

Canby Herald - News
A meditation specialist will be in town to talk about the redeeming qualities of meditation

Carus staff members honored as December CARE Award…

Canby Herald - News
A Carus Elementary School teacher and a Carus counselor were given the awards last month

Merkley: Prospects good for 'dreamers,' children's…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Democrat says those issues and aid to community health clinics will be tied to a must-pass bill for federal spending authority, which is set…

Community breakfast

Canby Herald - News
Canby American Legion Auxiliary starts the new year with a community breakfast on Sunday, Jan. 7

Gwynn's Coffeehouse opens its doors

Canby Herald - News
Gwynn's Coffeehouse turned on lights and espresso machines for a soft opening Wednesday

Plane crashes upon landing at Aurora Airport

Woodburn Independent - News
No passengers injured in Jan. 2 single-plane crash caused by collapsed landing gear

Engagement

Canby Herald - News
William Gesik and Rachel Hamburger have announced plans to be married in September 2018

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The homeowners were on vacation and a passerby saw flames

Fire investigators said a passerby prevented a Milwaukie house fire from becoming much worse late Thursday night.


The man noticed smoke and flames coming from the back of a home at 5015 SE Aldercrest Road at 11:55 p.m. Thursday night. He called 911 and seeing a car in the driveway, tried to wake up anyone inside. When he got no response, he eventually beat down the door with a rock, but could not enter due to intense heat and flames. It was later discovered that the homeowner was on vacation.

Crews with Clackamas Fire District #1 responded to the fire and were able to enter and search the home for people. Finding none, they cut holes in the roof near the back of the home to combat the fire, which had spread into an attic space above the garage. While the home's structure was intact, the fire did cause significant damage to the ground floor and a portion of the roof collapsed.

Investigators are still searching for the cause of the fire. A cat died in the blaze.

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