Oregon City Snap Fitness celebrates grand reopening

Clackamas Review - News
Party will include live music by the Robbie Laws Band, food, raffle prizes and special offers from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7

Clackamas County librarians celebrate Banned Books Week

Clackamas Review - News
Local libraries face post-Trump threats to net neutrality, says Gina Bacon, adult services librarian for Oregon City

SLIDESHOW: Hogan Butte Nature Park is unveiled to the public

Gresham Outlook - News
Dedication ceremony for the city of Gresham's newest parks facility shows off the one-third mile walking trail and other amenities.

Learn how to can tuna with OSU Extension-Clackamas County

Clackamas Review - News
'Tuna Canning 101' class from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 30, at the OSU Extension Annex, 200 Warner Milne Road, in Oregon City

River City Dancers club based in Milwaukie schedules class

Clackamas Review - News
Everyone is invited to check it out for free at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 24, at 10666 S.E. 42nd Ave.

Pints and Profits series kicks off with business blind spots

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City Chamber of Commerce launching its series with this provocative talk by Kevin McCarthy

SLIDESHOW: Tour reveals Eagle Creek fire damage

Gresham Outlook - News
An ODOT press tour of Columbia River Gorge sites hit by the Eagle Creek Fire reveals a mosaic of damage, yet plenty of green remains.

Arta Potties coming to Oregon City

Clackamas Review - News
Wednesday, Sept. 27, two Arta Potties will be placed in downtown Oregon City to provide access to public restrooms 24 hours a day

Tolls a discussion item at regional conference

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon law directs state agency to seek federal approval, but panelists say local officials must take lead to explain changes.

Ceremony in Oregon City to honor victims of homicide on…

Clackamas Review - News
1 p.m. on Sept. 25 event at Mt. View Cemetery, 500 Hilda St., presented by the Greater Portland Area Chapter of the Parents Of Murdered Children

School notes for Sept. 20

Clackamas Review - News
CCC back to the future; Paved path to OCHS; GHS robotics team; La Salle in world triathlon; SMART program seeks volunteers; Donation for…

Willamette Falls Media Center hosts Netflix, gets new…

Clackamas Review - News
Unveiling of new podcast suite from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22, will include live entertainment, food and beverages

Columbia River Gorge fire is an unusual beast

Portland Tribune - News
Not used to battling blaze near city, some Eagle Creek firefighters are ready to head back home.

Oregon City voters finally approve $20 million OCPD…

Clackamas Review - News
City officials not forced to continue to collect a $6.50-per-month utility fee until reserves are built up

Tigard takes lessons from Milwaukie's Orange Line experience

The Times - News
City officials and business leaders from Tigard took a walking tour through downtown Milwaukie.

Clackamas Fire recognized for heart-attack response

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas Fire receives second American Heart Association's Mission: Lifeline EMS Gold Award

Help clean up the McLoughlin Promenade in Oregon City

Clackamas Review - News
Meet at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1324 and join Oregon City Parks Foundation's cleanup efforts from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 23

Don't let septic problems gush to the surface

Clackamas Review - News
SepticSmart Week runs Sept. 18 through 22, but the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District encourages maintenance all year long

New executive director Krista Basis to nurture Schoolyard…

Clackamas Review - News
Courtney Leeds steps down as executive director to work toward a master's degree in public health at OHSU-PSU

Amazon plans distribution warehouse in Portland

Business Tribune - News
Amazon's third fulfillment center will be in North Portland with 1,000 full-time jobs

'Happy Daze' comes to Clackamas Community College gallery…

Clackamas Review - News
West Linn-based artist Josh Gross captures the story of one joyful day in 2017

Clackamas Community College offers fall horticulture…

Clackamas Review - News
A roundup of short courses and workshops during fall term begins with Small Farm School on Sept. 21

I-84 westbound reopens to public

Gresham Outlook - News
Multnomah County Sheriff's Office lowers Level 3 evacuation orders to Level 2

Gorge residents return home

Gresham Outlook - News
Evacuation levels lowered Friday as deputies support re-entry into areas formerly under Level 3 evacuation orders.

Board hears grim statistics, glimmers of hope about suicides

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County has trained nearly all health employees in mental health first aid, plans to screen clients at clinics for risk.

Over 400 cars to cuise in to historic downtown Oregon City

Clackamas Review - News
Eighth-annual car show hosted by Downtown Oregon City Association returns Saturday, Sept. 16

Metro mulls taxes for affordable housing

Portland Tribune - News
Council President Tom Hughes says regional government has a role to play is providing lower priced homes for regional residents

Oak Lodge Water hires Sarah Jo Chaplen as general manager

Clackamas Review - News
Chaplen worked as a 'change agent' in leading Hillsboro during her tenure there from 2007 to 2010

Oregon City-based employee named Operator of the Year

Clackamas Review - News
Pacific Northwest Clean Water Association honors Tri-City Wastewater Treatment Plant operator Blake Raines

Schrader talks taxes with Trump at White House meeting

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Canby Democrat says Wednesday afternoon Cabinet Room meeting was an extension of his bipartisan efforts on health care and other issues.

SWAT called in for Milwaukie arrest of 46-year-old Alex…

Clackamas Review - News
Around 1 p.m. Sept. 3, police attempted to arrest a man with an outstanding felony warrant living at the Springcreek Apartments

School notes for Sept. 13

Clackamas Review - News
Grocery Outlet helps to feed Oregon City students; Gladstone businesses gather school supplies; Sexual assault support advocate offers services at CCC;…

Clackamas Community College to host Salsa Party fair, expo

Clackamas Review - News
College will host vendors and provide music with an assortment of salsas for sampling 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26, on the Oregon City…

Clackamas Fire, Water Rescue respond to submerged vehicle

Estacada News - News
A kayaker noticed the vehicle around 6:53 p.m. Monday, Sept. 11, at Barton Park

Metro Council has four openings in 2018 election

Portland Tribune - News
Term limits ensure new president, District 4 councilor for Portland regional government; seats also up in Districts 1 and 2.

Oatfield House gets county OK for demolition

Portland Tribune - News
Hearings officer sides with owner, who says it is irreparable; opponents have few options left to save 1903 house built in Oak Grove.

Help fund uniforms for Rex Putnam High School drum line

Clackamas Review - News
Fundraiser for the drum line's new uniforms will take place from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 16, at My Path Wellness

Voter fraud in Oregon? Gladstone councilors receiving…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County Elections Office launches inquiry into votes by Gladstone City Councilor Linda Neace

Eagle Creek Fire area closure expanded for Hood River…

Gresham Outlook - News
Because of the high risk of human-caused fire, the U.S. Forest Service has closed access to the Hood River Ranger district west of Highway 35 and…

EAGLE CREEK FIRE EVENING UPDATE SEPTEMBER 10, 2017

Gresham Outlook - News
The Oregon State Fire Marshal says activity is expected to increase as today's warming and drying trend arrives.

Student succeeds even as kidneys fail

Gresham Outlook - News
Home dialysis allows Portland State University student to study, live life to the fullest.

Clackamas County fairgrounds host refugee animals…

Canby Herald - News
It sounds like the plot of a Don DeLillo novel, the twice-nominated Pulitzer Prize American novelist whose work tends to be about living in dangerous…

Friends of the Columbia Gorge watch fire devastation

Gresham Outlook - News
The Executive Director of the Friends of the Columbia River Gorge is heartbroken at the damage being done by the Eagle Creek fire.

Mt. Hood National Forest officials bans campfires,…

Sandy Post - News
Restrictions become more 'stringent' for visitors to campgrounds, wilderness areas in light of recent fires

No fire retardant used in Bull Run Watershed yet

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Water Bureau considers it highly unlikely retardant could enter water supply system but is monitoring the quality and has a back up plan

SLIDESHOW: Eagle Creek Fire mop up operations…

Gresham Outlook - News
ODOT officials estimate Interstate 84 will remain closed at least through the weekend of Sept. 9-10, as crews clean up downed trees, fallen boulders…

Clackamas County voters will decide officials,…

Portland Tribune - News
Two board seats, two other officials, five judgeships are up in the May 15 primary; filing closes on March 6.

Firefighters pull Happy Valley woman out of burning…

Clackamas Review - News
When firefighters arrived, two people who were able to escape the home said a third person was trapped upstairs

Stolen vehicle recovered near Comfort Suites after…

Clackamas Review - News
Ryan Douglas Vanhorn, 35, arrested on Labor Day after police pursued him until he crashed into a median

SLIDESHOW: Multnomah Falls survives the Eagle Creek…

Gresham Outlook - News
The devastating Eagle Creek Fire was not able to overcome the efforts of fire crews battling to save the historic Multnomah Falls Lodge and the…

Fire reaches Bull Run watershed, but not reservoir…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Water Bureau says it is prepared to switch over to groundwater wells along Columbia River if the need arises

Milwaukie Police Chief Steven Bartol to address…

Clackamas Review - News
Milwaukie Police Department leader will be the guest speaker as the next Basic Police Class graduates 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 8, at the Oregon Public…

Rim Fire closes campgrounds, roads on Mount Hood

Sandy Post - News
Several camping areas have already been evacuated, including Clear Creek Crossing Campground, Keep's Mill Campground, McCubbin Gulch Campground and…

ODFW evacuates three fish hatcheries in Cascade…

Gresham Outlook - News
The Eagle Creek Fire is burning within view of fish hatcheries in the vicinity of Cascade Locks - Bonneville, Oxbox and Cascade - leading to…

Bestselling author Lidia Yuknavitch to speak at…

Clackamas Review - News
Author of 'The Book of Joan' will speak from 7 to 8 p.m. on Sept. 7 at the Ledding Library Pond House

Clackamas County On Tap & Uncorked puts fun in…

Clackamas Review - News
Beer, wine, food and fun will be on tap from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 9, at the Milwaukie Center's Sarah Hite Memorial Rose Garden

Oregon City seeks equitable-housing advisory board…

Clackamas Review - News
PAT members will advise the city on its development codes, policies and processes in an effort to increase the supply and variety of housing types…

Gladstone launches monthly parenting classes

Clackamas Review - News
All classes are free, with free dinner and child care provided from 6 to 8 p.m. September through June

Gorge group launches fundraising drive for rescuers

Portland Tribune - News
Donations sought to support those who rescue hikers and others trapped by Eagle Creek fire in the Columbia River Gorge

Grant funding available for history projects

Clackamas Review - News
Projects can include anything related to Oregon heritage, and priority will be given to projects that preserve, develop or interpret threatened…

Solarize Milwaukie contracts solely with Sunlight…

Clackamas Review - News
The goal of Solarize Milwaukie is to increase the community's use of solar from its current consumption of about 733 kW to 2.2 MW by the year 2021

Oregon City subdivision at park again seeks approval

Clackamas Review - News
Rejected by voters twice, Icon Construction makes third try to build at the 17.5-acre Wesley Lynn Park

TriMet investigating bus driver for incident in…

Portland Tribune - News
Rider says driver cussed and broke his cell phone, TriMet says it cannot provide details while investigation is underway

Two hotel projects planned in Oregon City

Clackamas Review - News
Two more downtown hotels are planning to be built in time for the construction of a pedestrian walkway to Willamette Falls beginning in 2018

Intersection painting, Big Yellow Taxi to boost…

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City residents invited to celebrate future of Latourette Park in Sept. 10 event hosted by City Repair and Girl Scouts

Potential downtown projects on the docket for…

Clackamas Review - News
Pending sales of city-owned land to developers have fallen through before, including three times at the Main/12th street intersection

Oregon City's Rae Gordon raises more than $1,200…

Clackamas Review - News
Award-winning singer Rae Gordon plays a special Aug. 24 concert in Oak Grove for the Senior Citizens Council of Clackamas County

Oregon City named national Main Street award…

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City also will host the Oregon Main Street Conference kicking off on Wednesday, Oct. 4

Johnson Creek cleanup success on Aug. 26

Clackamas Review - News
For those who missed this event, there is one more cleanup on a more than 20-mile stretch of the Clackamas River on Sunday, Sept. 10

Governor signs transportation funding bill

Clackamas Review - News
Gov. Kate Brown officially signed the $5.3 billion legislation Friday but plans to hold a ceremonial signing in Ontario, Bend, Medford, Portland and…

6 new gravestones for war veterans at Clackamas…

Clackamas Review - News
State Rep. Karin Power, D-Milwaukie, will speak at Sept. 9 event in which the Sons of the Union Veterans conduct a flag ceremony

Sport Clips offers free haircuts to blood donors

Clackamas Review - News
Red Cross officials say that blood and platelet donors of all blood types, especially type O negative and O positive, are urgently needed to…

Women's group explores outdoors on hikes, adventures

Clackamas Review - News
Local starts Oregon City and Beavercreek Women's Outdoors Group nearly two years ago

NCPRD announces development of Hidden Falls park

Clackamas Review - News
Privately owned for decades, the property will be accessible to the public for the first time

Denny's fire victim: 'Didn't know if I was going to…

Clackamas Review - News
Scott Ranstrom, 69, was critically burned on his face, head, both hands and other parts of his body

School notes for Aug. 30

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City gets three new administrators; churches spruce up Gladstone schools; events raise funds for schools; supply drives help kids

Gladstone cleanup work falls to Jacque Betz

Clackamas Review - News
Acting city administrator sees her role as an open communicator in city recovering from political upheaval

Lininger dons judge's robes

Lake Oswego Review - News
Former state lawmaker from Lake Oswego joins the Clackamas County Circuit Court in front of an overflow crowd

Climber's body recovered at Waterboard Park in…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas firefighters believe a large rock came off the wall and hit the climber in the head

Law enforcement cadets earn awards at NW competition

Clackamas Review - News
The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office cadet program participate in the Law Enforcement Challenge this month

Clackamas County employees collect over 60,000…

Clackamas Review - News
Employees from the Clackamas County Department of Health, Housing and Human Services collect equivalent of 60,533 pounds

Clackamas County will broaden future sites for…

Portland Tribune - News
Board agrees they should not be limited to county-owned industrial sites, even as a 30-unit site for veterans is eyed for Clackamas.

Gladstone/Oak Lodge Rotary plant Pillars of Peace

Clackamas Review - News
Joining a global effort by planting monuments to promote peace across the Gladstone community this month

Oatfield House faces demolition again

Portland Tribune - News
Fate rests with county hearings officer after first attempt is withdrawn; owner says it's not salvageable, but opponents argue otherwise.

Volunteers needed for 10th annual Johnson Creek…

Clackamas Review - News
This year marks the 10th annual creek cleanup, and organizers are hoping for around 150 people to respond on Aug. 26

Oak Lodge Community Emergency Response Team to…

Clackamas Review - News
Public encouraged to attend free event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 9, at Rose Villa Senior Living

Burned historic house now valued at $425K

Clackamas Review - News
Property goes 'from char to charming' after 2014 incident on Roots Road in unincorporated Clackamas

Oak Grove sees time for Clackamas County action on…

Clackamas Review - News
The new chairman of the McLoughlin-area planning committee doesn't see much hope in the effort to block a self-storage facility

Grocery Outlet raises cash for Gladstone Food Pantry

Clackamas Review - News
Store on Southeast McLoughlin Boulevard holds monthlong Independence from Hunger food drive in July

Woman arrested for making up story about lost boy…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County Sheriff's Office tweeted around 6:30 p.m. that a young boy was missing and was last seen at the Park Avenue MAX platform

Speaker Paul Ryan, Congressman Greg Walden to tour…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Ryan and Walden will visit Hillsboro and host Milwaukie fundraiser during the day-long Portland stop

Lending library installed at Rivercrest Park

Clackamas Review - News
Gail Aldridge of the Oregon City Women's Club helps install a free lending library at Rivercrest Park

Experience of total eclipse captivates just south…

Clackamas Review - News
When path of totality hit the area, Alani Vierra tears up and hugs Ally Simone at the Christmas tree farm near Clarkes

Livestock and cake: Another day at the Clackamas…

Clackamas Review - News
Five Days of Fun came to a close Saturday, but there was still plenty of activity on the last day of the fair

Hit-and-run driver sought in Clackamas County

Portland Tribune - News
Public asked to help find driver who seriously injured a bicyclist in unincorporated Woodburn on Friday evening

Oak Lodge pioneering engineer Margaret Pritchard…

Clackamas Review - News
Tireless volunteer Margaret Pritchard lived full life within a 3-mile radius along east side of Willamette River

Critical need for blood donors in August

Clackamas Review - News
American Red Cross officials are urging people to donate blood to help overcome a chronic summer shortage

Kaiser opens new Happy Valley dental clinic

Clackamas Review - News
Kaiser Permanente hosted a ribbon cutting/open house on Aug. 8 for the opening of its new Johnson Creek Dental Office, 9300 S.E. 91st Ave.

Life changed forever after woman hit by car in…

Clackamas Review - News
Kelsey Zionskowski's dream of becoming a nurse shattered after she was hit on McLoughlin Boulevard near River Road

Oregon City braces for madness over solar eclipse

Clackamas Review - News
Although not in the path of totality, Oregon City experiences closures, long lines for free eclipse glasses
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