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Check out seeds with Seeds for Sharing program at Oak Lodge Library

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SUBMITTED PHOTO - A recent one-year anniversary celebration drew around 100 people to Providence Milwaukie Hospital's Community Teaching Kitchen and raised awareness of the service for the community.
March 26, 2017

Community Teaching Kitchen celebrates first year in Milwaukie

by Raymond Rendleman
Seven groups this year predicted to have a combined impact on 300 community members
PHOTOS COURTESY: TYSON CAMPBELL - At Chapin Park, Paige, 7, and Nora, 3, are towed by mom Erin Campbell.
March 25, 2017

Oregon City addresses flooding at Chapin Park

by Raymond Rendleman
Chapin Park play area has been completely surrounded by an approximately 52-inch plastic fence
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March 24, 2017

Oak Lodge Water Services General Manager Dan Bradley 'out of office' for unknown time

by Raymond Rendleman
Newspaper asks for documents explaining Bradley's absence, which would be disclosable public record under Oregon law


SUBMITTED PHOTO - Runners head off on the 5K course in last year's first Dogwood Dash. This year's run/walk will have an added 10K run.
March 23, 2017

Dogwood Dash heads to Milwaukie streets April 8

by Ellen Spitaleri
After prizes, all the profits to be donated to St. John the Baptist Catholic School
REVIEW PHOTO - A sign in the window of Kevin 'The Geek' Kerwin's computer repair store announces his intention to leave Lake Oswego and set up shop in a 'Red State.'
March 22, 2017

Kevin 'The Geek' Kerwin says he's left Lake Oswego

by Anthony Macuk
A sign in the window of Kerwin's repair shop announces his departure for a 'red state' where he can live among Trump supporters
PHOTO COURTESY: CLACKAMAS FIRE - Quick deployment of water is credited with helping put out the NCSD fire in half an hour.
March 22, 2017

North Clackamas School District's operations building goes up in flames

by Raymond Rendleman
At 8 p.m on March 21, a man working on scene said that he had immediately called 911 to report the fire, later determined to be caused by gasoline…
ODOT - Shifting ground on Mulino Hill is causing this large crack across Highway 213 between Union Hall Road and Mulino
March 21, 2017

Update: ODOT putting new safety measures in place on Hwy 213 at Mulino Hill

by Peggy Savage
Speed limit lowered to 45 MPH between Union Hall Road and Mulino Road on Hwy 213. New weight restrictions in place for trucks. Digital signage and…
PHOTO COURTESY: OCPD - OCPD Captain Shaun Davis said this suspect entered the bank and demanded money from the teller on March 21.
March 21, 2017

FBI aiding Oregon City Police Department with OnPoint Community Credit Union robbery case

by Raymond Rendleman
OCPD Captain Shaun Davis said the suspect entered the bank and demanded money from the teller at about 9 a.m. on March 21
GOOGLE MAPS - Highway 213 between Union Hall Road and Mulino
March 21, 2017

Truck weight restrictions set on OR 213 near Mulino

by Peggy Savage
ODOT is investigating the cause of a large crack that stretches across the highway on Mulino Hill
Maddie Smith
March 21, 2017

Family and friends looking for missing Oregon City woman

by Raymond Rendleman
Maddie Smith was getting a ride with her father back home to Oregon City from Gresham when she jumped out near Southeast 172nd and Foster
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Girl Scout Megan Kuhn, a senior at Gladstone High, organized a school wide assembly on distracted driving. The project was part of work to earn her Gold Award, the highest honor in Girl Scouts.
March 21, 2017

Gladstone Girl Scout leads fight against distracted driving

by The Clackamas Review
Megan Kuhn, a senior at Gladstone High School, is working to earn her Gold Award, the highest honor in Girl Scouts.
PHOTO BY: RAYMOND RENDLEMAN - Enjoying their meal at Tebo's Restaurant in Gladstone are Jeremy Cash Grohs (from left), Howard Grohs and Meric Weir.
March 20, 2017

Tebos Restaurant closing in Gladstone: A sign of the times

by Raymond Rendleman
Tebo's traces its origins to Gene & Joe's Broiler, which started in 1954, when it took over a little restaurant called the Cheese Wedge
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Sound Check is one of only 10 high school choirs nationally eligible to compete for the U.S. championship.
March 20, 2017

Oregon City High School's Sound Check wins regional championship

by Raymond Rendleman
Sound Check is one of only 10 high school choirs eligible to compete for the national championship.
Mosee
March 19, 2017

Wells Fargo appoints locals as bank managers

by Raymond Rendleman
Clackamas resident Ryan Mosee to manage bank branch in Oak Grove and Gina Kazakov of Gladstone to manage Sellwood branch
Luke Shepard
March 18, 2017

Columbia Credit Union hires Milwaukie resident

by The Clackamas Review
Milwaukie resident Luke Shepard is now vice president of business lending
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March 18, 2017

Oregon City names Charles Kidwell citizen of year, Martin Montalvo employee of the year

by Raymond Rendleman
Mayor Dan Holladay gives awards, delivers state-of-city address at OC Chamber of Commerce's March 16 luncheon
SUBMITTED PHOTOS - John Wetten Elementary Principal Wendy Wilson dresses as the Cat in the Hat for Everybody Reads Day.
March 17, 2017

School notes: Everybody Reads Day; Bilquist program; Oregon Symphony musicians visit…

by Raymond Rendleman
John Wetten Elementary celebrated Everybody Reads Day with an array of special activities
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March 17, 2017

Second Clackamas County judge will retire

by Peter Wong
Deanne Darling was first woman named to county bench back in 1995; she will retire June 30, when Judge Eve Miller also will step down.
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Pictured from left are Jan Foley, Bruce Weaver, Scott Barbur, Ronda Butler, Craig VanVulkenberg, Wilda Parks, Joel Bergman and Clackamas Fire Division Chief Bill Conway.
March 16, 2017

Rotary, Clackamas Fire install smoke alarms

by Raymond Rendleman
Milwaukie Rotarians installed 30 devices for residents of the 55 and older Nez Perce Mobile Community
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March 15, 2017

Alder Creek Middle School teacher busted for meth, heroin

by Raymond Rendleman
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PEGGY SAVAGE - The Molalla High School Marching Band, seen here in the 2016 Fourth of July Parade in Molalla, will benefit from the fundraising Adult Band Festival held Saturday at Molalla High School.
Mar 15, 2017

Adult Band Festival benefits MHS Band

by Molalla Pioneer
Five community bands to play in the event, to be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 18, at Molalla High School
PHOTO BY ELLEN SPITALERI - Hamid Shibata Bennett, right, took this photo of a blood-red sky from the backyard of his family home in Gresham. His show at Milwaukie City Hall runs through March.
Mar 15, 2017

'The Milwaukie Hidden' reveals visual treasures in show at City Hall

by Ellen Spitaleri
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PHOTO BY ELLEN SPITALERI - Shirley Workman, chairman of the quilt show committee, points out the intricate quilting on 'Startacular,' the raffle quilt for this years quilt show, on March 17 and 18 at the Milwaukie Center.
Mar 15, 2017

Milwaukie Center's Airing of the Quilts set for March 17-18

by Ellen Spitaleri
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Dan Sotin named Gladstone's firefighter of the year

by Raymond Rendleman
Sotin was recognized by his peers for always thinking outside the box and dedicating himself to help anyone in need
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Gayle Skidmore's album 'The Golden West' album includes the 10 songs' lyrics, a story about each song, and an original piece of art, illustrated by Skidmore, for listeners to color.
Mar 15, 2017

Gayle Skidmore puts love, heart in healing on 'The Golden West'

by The Clackamas Review
Skidmore is playing a free 7 p.m. show March 22 at the Wild Hare Saloon in Oregon City
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Mar 13, 2017

Oregon City's Lisa Marie Peterson murdered husband in 2016

by Raymond Rendleman
Lisa Marie Peterson, 57, pled guilty to murder March 13 in a Clackamas County Circuit Court and was sentenced to life in prison
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Mar 13, 2017

OCPD arrests man suspected of hitting, damaging video-lottery terminal at Abby's Legendary…

by Raymond Rendleman
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Mar 13, 2017

K9 Max mourned by Clackamas County Sheriff's Office

by The Clackamas Review
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Mar 13, 2017

Help support Meals on Wheels this month

by The Clackamas Review
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SUBMITTED PHOTO - Assistant Principal Jere Applebee leads an assembly with students at John Wetten Elementary School. Starting July 1, he will serve as the Gladstone School District's director of early learning.
Mar 13, 2017

Gladstone School District names Jere Applebee new director of early learning

by The Clackamas Review
Currently the vice principal at John Wetten Elementary, Applebee has had an education career in Oregon City and Gladstone spanning 34 years
Mar 10, 2017

Social worker gets Clackamas County award

by Peter Wong
Her work at Rowe Middle School in Milwaukie feeds students, helps parents connect with services, improves che community.
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Mar 10, 2017

Clackamas Community College President Dr. Joanne Truesdell announces retirement effective July…

by The Clackamas Review
She started as Clackamas Community College's eighth president in 2007
Mar 09, 2017

CCSO: Another baby dead in Followers of Christ Church case

by Raymond Rendleman
Sarah Mitchell and her husband, Travis Lee Mitchell, 21, are members of the Followers of Christ Church in Oregon City, where members have been…
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Clackamas High senior Elijah Gonzales drives the lane Wednesday during the Cavaliers' 68-52 win over West Salem in the quarterfinals of the OSAA class 6A state boys basketball tournament.
Mar 09, 2017

SLIDESHOW: Clackamas cruises past West Salem to open state 6A tournament

by Pamplin Media Group
Cavaliers' boys basketball team advances to class 6A semifinals, where they will play West Linn Thursday
Mar 09, 2017

Former Gov. Roberts relates to rising rents

by Peter Wong
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PHOTO COURTESY: OHS - Horses seized on Feb. 23 by Oregon Humane Society investigators in Damascus.
Mar 09, 2017

Investigators seize starving horses in Damascus

by The Clackamas Review
The horses had been seen eating wooden fence boards and blackberry vines, signs that no other food was available along the 12000 block of Southeast…
OREGON STATE BAR - Eve L. Miller
Mar 09, 2017

Clackamas County judge will retire

by Peter Wong
Eve L. Miller has been on circuit court 20 years; governor's office seeks applicants for the vacancy.
Mar 08, 2017

Clackamas County Sheriff's Office alcohol stings seek to prevent abuse

by Raymond Rendleman
Vibrant Future Coalition is collaborating with OLCC, CCSO and Clackamas County
PHOTO COURTESY: LESLIE ROBINETTE - Miss Oregon Alexis Mather visits Gladstone kindergarteners and performs songs from the Disney hit 'Frozen.'
Mar 08, 2017

School notes: Board seats up for election; kindergarten roundups; Oregon City open enrollment;…

by Raymond Rendleman
Four seats on the Gladstone School Board are up for election this spring, along with three seats on each of the North Clackamas and Oregon City…
COURTESY PHOTO: AIRBNB - Airbnb Inc. faces a discrimination lawsuit from a Happy Valley woman who says the company's booking policies allow hosts to reject African-Americans and other minorities.
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Happy Valley woman says Airbnb policies lead to discrimination

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