Float in a piece of history

Float in a piece of history

Willow Bill Goulardt is offering free rides from Clackamette Park in Oregon City this weekend....

SWEARING IN

SWEARING IN

Earlier this month, Clackamas Fire District No. 1 formally welcomed 21 Boring Fire District...

Car club helps Oregon Impact tackle drunken driving

Car club helps Oregon Impact tackle drunken driving

Oregon Impact received a big check last week. Members of the Mt. Hood Mustangs & Fords car club...

Stayin' alive!

Stayin' alive!

Ten-thousand and counting. That’s the number of North Clackamas and Oregon City middle...

A farm-fresh debate

A farm-fresh debate

Oregonians love their farmers. Grocers tout their local cherry farmer cred on freeway...

Julie, Fred Nelligan rally community against ALS diagnosis

Julie, Fred Nelligan rally community against ALS diagnosis

Light-rail advocate for Oak Grove area given three to five years to live - In hindsight, Fred...

Kids can soar with free plane rides

Kids can soar with free plane rides

Young people ages 8 through 17 are invited to take to the skies at 10 a.m. July 12 at the Mulino...

Pentathlete seeks 'fun' at Special Olympics

Pentathlete seeks 'fun' at Special Olympics

Since running track during her first state competition in 2011, Gladstone resident Meagan Paxton...

Anderson crowned Miss Oregon 2014

Anderson crowned Miss Oregon 2014

For Rebecca Anderson, the fourth time was the charm, as the Oregon City resident was named Miss...

Chamber honors awardees, new members

Chamber honors awardees, new members

Jennifer Salvatore, the surprise 2014 Rohn Bly Volunteer of the Year, set the tone for the North...

Ragel to leave City Hall after nine years

Ragel to leave City Hall after nine years

Program manager put city arts, culture on track for growth - Beth Ragel’s last day with the...

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July 29, 2014

North Clackamas teachers, district reach tentative labor pact

by Pamplin Media Group
The North Clackamas School District and its teachers’ union have reached a tentative two-year agreement on a labor contract. Details of the agreement will be released once it is ratified in the…
July 25, 2014

Portland could be renamed Boston for a day

by Raymond Rendleman
During the headlining concert at Oregon’s First City Celebration on Saturday, July 26, a group of Oregon City leaders plan to re-enact the coin toss that named Portland nearly 170 years ago.…
by: COURTESY PHOTO - A small plane piloted by an 81-year-old man crashed this morning near Aurora.
July 19, 2014

Small plane crashes near Aurora

by Pamplin Media Group
At about 10:45 this morning, July 19, a deputy from the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of a small plane crash near S. Meridian and S. Whiskey Hill roads near Hubbard.…
July 18, 2014

Should TriMet merge bus lines with light rail?

by Raymond Rendleman
TriMet will hold a series of public meetings this summer regarding the proposed changes to bus service upon the completion of the Portland-Milwaukie light-rail project in 2015. Minimizing…
July 17, 2014

Read my lips: CCC's $90M bond won't affect taxpayers

by Raymond Rendleman
Will you support Clackamas Community College’s $90 million bond measure to build a Industrial/Technical Learning Center and DeJardin Science Addition in Oregon City for various skilled trades…
July 17, 2014

CCC, Oregon Tech sign reverse transfer agreement

by The Clackamas Review
More students in Oregon will have the opportunity to be credited with an associate's degree while earning a bachelor's degree through a new "Reverse Transfer" agreement, signed last week between…
by: PHOTO COURTESY: CITY OF MILWAUKIE  - Jim Bunting of Milwaukie's Streets Department works in various neighborhoods this month to seal cracks.
July 17, 2014

Streets Department renews crack-sealing program

by Raymond Rendleman
Two key Milwaukie neighborhoods get attention this month Milwaukie’s Streets Department began its crack-sealing program this month to treat more than 5.2 miles of Milwaukie roadway in the…
July 16, 2014

OC Library planning moves forward

by Raymond Rendleman
An open house will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 16, for people to meet Oregon City’s architects, contractors and project managers for the Carnegie Library’s renovation and expansion.…
by: OSP - Pictured is the scene of the crash seriously injuring a motorcyclist from Beavercreek.
July 16, 2014

Beavercreek motorcyclist recovering from crash's serious injuries

by Raymond Rendleman
Oregon State Police released Wednesday the name of the man who seriously injured in a Tuesday afternoon crash on his motorcycle on Highway 211 at Hayden Road south of Estacada. On July 15, at…
July 16, 2014

Shaka, Yago fundraiser set for this weekend

by Raymond Rendleman
You’re encouraged to bring your own dog or a neighbor’s and join the fun at this year’s Milwaukie 9KforK9 Walk on Saturday, July 19. The annual event is the biggest fundraiser for the Milwaukie…

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by: CREDIT: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP:  JOHN SCHRAG - This 1938 Alfa Romeo got a lot of attention Saturday morning on Main Street Forest Grove, where a parade of classic cars set out for a Vineyard Driving Tour as part of the weekend festivities surrounding the  Forest Grove Concours d’Elegance.
Jul 19, 2014

Classic cars converge in Oregon

by John Schrag
You can see more than 300 stunning automobiles in Forest Grove on Sunday If you see some head-turning cars around the Portland area this weekend, don’t be surprised. The Forest Grove Concours…
Jul 16, 2014

Gladstone robotics teams win grant funding

by The Clackamas Review
Gladstone High School’s robotics team is the recipient of a $3,000 grant from the Oregon Department of Education, and the two robotics teams at Kraxberger Middle School were awarded a $2,500…
by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Workers at a tree nursery in Port au Prince, Haiti, use pots donated by Milwaukie-based Anderson Die & Manufacturing to help battle deforestation.
Jul 16, 2014

Anderson pots help trees grow in Haiti

by Raymond Rendleman
Milwaukie-based firm's donation aims to help reforest nation - Three Angels Children's Relief has received a generous donation from Milwaukie-based Anderson Die & Manufacturing for a tree…
Jul 16, 2014

Team exceeds goal by raising $20,000 for family justice, rescue…

by The Clackamas Review
In just a few short months, Clackamas Federal Credit Union and its generous members surpassed a goal of $15,000, reaching a total of $20,000 for donations to two local nonprofits that strive to…
Jul 15, 2014

Tootie, Savas face off over NCPRD bond

by Shasta Kearns Moore
CORRECTION: Hearing scheduled for Thursday at 6 p.m., not 10 a.m. - Clackamas County commissioners clashed July 8 in continuing discussions on ballot language for an effort to raise taxes to…
Jul 15, 2014

County proposal to address barking dog complaints

by The Clackamas Review
On Thursday, July 17, the Clackamas County Board of Commissioners will hold the first of two public hearings on proposed dog ordinance changes and the associated fees and fines. The public…
Jul 14, 2014

OC residents latest to see cougars

by Raymond Rendleman
Two separate sightings, about an hour apart, had residents in a Happy Valley neighborhood staying inside last week. The cougar was first spotted by contractor Justin Simms, who was doing work…
by: MPD - Milwaukie Police, looking for a missing person, released this photo of the type of car Tanya Elizabeth Banton drives.
Jul 14, 2014

Police ask for help locating woman

by The Clackamas Review
The Milwaukie Police Department is asking for assistance in locating 51-year-old Tanya Elizabeth Banton who has not been seen or heard from since since the morning of Friday, July 11. Friends…
by: MPD - Karsten
Jul 14, 2014

MPD: More of Karsten's victims coming forward

by The Clackamas Review
More victims bravely stepped forward to add more charges for the man accused of sexually abusing 12-year-old girls at his Milwaukie home, police said last week. Jason James Karsten, 41, was…
by: PHOTO COURTESY: KOIN LOCAL 6 - Dr. Kris Otteman, director of shelter medicine, talks with reporters at the Oregon Humane Society this week.
Jul 11, 2014

CCSO: Pets face neglect in Jennings Lodge

by Raymond Rendleman
Oregon Humane Society officials Thursday seized more than 40 cats and one dog from a man in Jennings Lodge, south of Milwaukie, who had been under investigation for animal neglect. The first…




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