Goal met to support Milwaukie Police K9 Unit

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Dave Hedges is the secretary of the Milwaukie Public Safety Foundation, which has raised sufficient funding to be able to offer support to the…

Cap-and-trade could harm manufacturing

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Lori Olund is president of Miles Fiberglass & Composites Inc., a family-owned business in Clackamas County

Oregon must lead on protecting climate

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Wesley Allen is a speech pathologist from Southeast Portland who volunteers with 350PDX and the Oregon Sierra Club

Danger of congestion and tolling is diversion on local…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Paul Savas is a Clackamas County commissioner who is running for re-election this year

Letters for Feb. 14

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Proud to be a resident of Happy Valley; Support bill to protect victims of domestic violence

Our Opinion: A solution to 'bummer gun' journalism

Clackamas Review - Opinion
As newsrooms shrank during and since the last recession and readers turned to their phones for news, coverage skewed toward what was easy, cheap and…

Letters for Feb. 7

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Rep. Kennemer respected for business advocacy; County spelling-bee volunteers needed; Happy Valley's mayor should get support

Stay connected to high school sports: Become an official

Clackamas Review - Opinion
In most areas, high school officials are retiring faster than new officials are being added.

Proposed annexation in Oregon City is dangerous,…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Tom Geil is a resident of the Park Place neighborhood in Oregon City who will be testifying at a Feb. 12 Planning Commissioner meeting

Remembering the Oatfield House, 1903-2017

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Pat Culley Kennedy is a resident of Oak Grove who has long advocated for saving the piece of local history

Requiem for a once thriving McLoughlin Boulevard

Clackamas Review - Opinion
G.F. 'Gary' Blair, a longtime resident of Oak Grove, suggests it's time to develop a short and long-term vision

Letter: Not feeling empowered by Mayor Mark Gamba's fee

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Bob 'Elvis' Clark of Milwaukie writes that sidewalk fee should go to a vote of citizens

Letters for Jan. 24

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Diagnosis leads to decision to attend virtual school; Should NRA be the issue?

Heritage cruises tested in Salem - next stop Willamette…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Jerry Herrmann is president and founder of Rivers of Life Center. Matthew Riegg is Rivers of Life Center program administrator.

Who's going to step up for local transportation needs?

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Charles Gallia is a resident of the Carver neighborhood outside of Oregon City who is running for Senate District 20

Letters for Jan. 17

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Be cautious of wildlife at night in Happy Valley; Citizen oversight for Milwaukie police needed; Hands off stable funding for libraries; A case for a…

Julie Parrish's dirty trick muddies waters on Measure 101

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Clackamas resident Sherry Healy is chair of the Elections Integrity Caucus, Democratic Party of Oregon

Health care tax doesn't pass fairness test

Clackamas Review - Opinion
State Reps. Cedric Hayden, R-Roseburg, and Julie Parrish, R-West Linn, led the successful effort to put the health care tax to a public vote

MEASURE 101: Voters should OK tax increase

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Vote yes on this great example of sausage making at its best in the Oregon Legislature

My View: The tax reform bill should be a moral document

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Whatever our political affiliation, we would do well to judge the tax reform bill in the context of Jesus' words

Letters for Jan. 10

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Sen. Olsen needs to revise stance on guns too; What are Gladstone's revitalization priorities?

Inspired to run for another term as representative

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Jeff Reardon represents Oregon House District 48, covering parts of Milwaukie, Happy Valley, Portland and unincorporated northern Clackamas County

Alan Olsen encourages budget oblivion

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Happy Valley resident Gary Duell starts with Olsen's last claim, that Olsen protects us from 'zealots who would tax Oregonians into oblivion.'

Secretary of state shouldn't mess with citizen initiative…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Clackamas resident Sherry Healy is chair of the Elections Integrity Caucus, Democratic Party of Oregon

Oak Grove Fred Meyer fails at bartending

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Last Friday morning I stopped by the Oak Grove Fred Meyer to get some groceries and checked out the bar/growler fill station

Letters: State senator fails to convince; yes on Measure 101

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Alan Olsen received a zero rating from the League of Conservation Voters; Opponents of Measure 101 claim falsely that Measure 101 is a sales tax

Elect Ann Lininger as Clackamas County Circuit Court judge

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Committee to Elect Judge Lininger includes State Rep. Karin Power (D-Milwaukie)

How Happy Valley became Oregon's fastest-growing city

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Mark Hurlburt is a lifelong Happy Valley resident, historian and a board member for the Milwaukie Museum

My View: Give to the arts by year-end

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Oregonians may get a 2017 tax credit for giving to the Oregon Cultural Trust and qualifying arts organizations by Dec. 31.

My View: Kids' health shouldn't be a budget bargaining chip

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Congress has cut funding to the Children's Health Insurance Program; Sen. Ron Wyden vows to fight for funding to allow the program to continue.

Letters for Dec. 20

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Thank you, Milwaukie Santa, local Christmas hero; Sen. Alan Olsen right to ignore environment

Strengthen Oregon's workforce with clean energy jobs

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Abe Fouhy is a renewable energy, industrial maintenance and alternative fuel instructor at Clackamas Community College

My View: Gun control laws do make a difference

Clackamas Review - Opinion
There is no denying that gun violence is a complex problem. But as a founding board member of Gun Owners for Responsible Ownership, I know there are…

Alan Olsen protects state from being taxed 'into oblivion'

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Olsen represents Senate District 20, which covers Oregon City, Gladstone, Jennings Lodge, Estacada, Mulino, Beavercreek, Redland and Canby.

Happy Valley is doing little for working poor

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Happy Valley Mayor Lori Chavez-DeRemer used her Dec. 6 Community Soapbox primarily to condemn Metro's urban-growth boundary

The Linda Neace we know is committed to Gladstone

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Jerry Herrmann is a Gladstone resident and Margie Hughes is an Oregon City resident

My View: Kids' health shouldn't be a budget bargaining chip

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Congress has cut funding to the Children's Health Insurance Program; Sen. Ron Wyden vows to fight for funding to allow the program to continue.

Letters: State Sen. Alan Olsen; County Clerk Sherry Hall

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Olsen received a zero rating from the League of Conservation Voters; Clackamas County elections clerk points out information pertaining to voters is…

Urban-growth boundary contributes to metro-area housing…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Urban-growth boundary hinders our ability to build housing on completely buildable land

Trying to move forward in positive manner

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Gladstone City Councilor Linda Neace: 'Thank you to those many people who have stood by me. I hope others may forgive my mistakes so our community…

'Winning' library solution found for Gladstone, Oak…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
By Gladstone City Administrator Jacque Betz and Clackamas County Administrator Don Krupp

Tis the season to be extra safe

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Jo Becker is an Oregon-based pet mom and surrogate livestock handler for neighbors in the Oregon City area

Tolling could eliminate traffic congestion

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Earlier this year the state Legislature passed a bill requiring the Oregon Transportation Commission (OTC) to apply for federal authorization to…

Watch your step on new city of Gladstone laws

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Bring a tape measure when you next walk your dog in our Gladstone parks, or you could be going to jail.

Tree ordinance badly needed in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Had the public been aware of 27 mature evergreens, I believe the Mission Park project would have a different character

Letter: Celebrate this year's National Education…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
This week is American Education Week (Nov. 13-17, 2017) - a five-day period to celebrate public education

Double your contributions to local art

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Our dependence on our U.S. families, workplaces and communities rests on trust.

Imagine an inspiring vision for our Oak Lodge…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Oak Grove's Concord School property could have 20,000-square-foot new library

Why are we disenfranchising voters?

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Thank you for covering this unacceptable situation in the Elections Office of Clackamas County

Blue Heron Beginnings, PIONEER PAPER PATRIMONY

Clackamas Review - Opinion
The short life and long legacy of the Oregon City Paper Manufacturing Company

Letters: Annexation measure in Happy Valley

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Some letter writers say oppose outside influences on Happy Valley, others oppose Prestige Care development

Why increase residential speed limits?

Clackamas Review - Opinion
How is it that the residential streets, Myers Road, Leland Road and Linn Avenue have speed signs posted at 35 mph?

Letters for Nov. 1

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Everyone takes stand against cancer; bad drivers in Milwaukie are a liability

Time for more social services on McLoughlin…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Oak Lodge does not have 'neighborhood' access to Clackamas County Social Services

We need leadership from DAs, not denials

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Clackamas County DA John Foote should have embraced ACLU of Oregon's 'They Report to You' initiative

Letters for Oct. 25

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Crucial election for the city of Happy Valley; What's wrong with Oregon's PERS?

Great privilege to work with Metro Council for 10…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
I will be stepping down from the Metro Council in the next few months so that I can enjoy the new home my husband, Dave Mayfield, and I have purchased

Thank you for not selling alcohol to youth

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Oregon City minor-decoy operation resulted in a 70 percent compliance rate; this is great news

Celebrate Madrone Wall becoming a Clackamas County…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Madrone Wall Park, located along scenic Oregon Highway 224, is an amazing civic treasure

Let's protect our county's neighborhoods

Clackamas Review - Opinion
In Clackamas County, we have neighborhoods that are coping with unwanted development

Letters for Oct. 18

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Happy Valley annexations; Local gardening; Falsehoods damage Canemah; HealthCare.gov; Charles Gallia best for Senate District 20?

Help reduce the stigma around mental health

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Mary Rumbaugh is director of the Clackamas County Behavioral Health Department

Universal health care should be national priority

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Mark Gamba is mayor of Milwaukie, and the views expressed are those of the author

Letter sent to Gladstone never acknowledged

Clackamas Review - Opinion
This is the letter that I sent to Mayor Stempel prior to the Council meeting, and mysteriously it has not been included in the minutes

Letters for Oct. 11

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Milwaukie light rail; native species on McLoughlin Promenade; Happy Valley annexations

Sherry Hall responds to signature verification…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Election clerk is a nonpartisan position elected by Clackamas County voters

Hope for Gladstone/Oak Lodge libraries could be at…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
At 10 a.m. on Thursday, county commissioners to consider proposed lawsuit settlement with the city of Gladstone that would envision building two…

Newspapers are more important than ever

Clackamas Review - Opinion
The theme of this year's National Newspaper Week, 'Real Newspapers... Real News' is telling.

Letters for Oct. 4

Clackamas Review - Opinion
DACA changes shouldn't affect local schools; rent increases; Altamont disingenuous; help Canemah

Gladstone's Maria Aikin will be dearly missed

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Employed with the city since 2011, Aikin worked as the administrative assistant for Police Chiefs Jeff Jolley and Jim Pride

Letters: Authorities should leave DACA alone; Oak…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Now I do feel - and these are my thoughts and not the Bible's - Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals should be let legally in the USA.

Chaos continues unabated in Canemah neighborhood

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Oregon City Historic Review Board approved a six-house complex, which violates too many historic-building codes to list here

Clackamas County wasting taxpayer money on driveway…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
I recently received the fourth letter from the North Clackamas Parks & Recreation Department since April stating that they are going to send the…

Fire district urges disaster preparedness

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Here is a brief summary of recent and upcoming events across the fire district and the communities we serve

Letters for Sept. 20

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Incorporate Oak Lodge; Don't ruin Happy Valley; Fix walk button; Keep funding diabetes research

Keep marijuana retailers away from parks, youth

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Thank you, Oregon City Planning Commission, for voting on Sept. 11 to tentatively deny a request from a marijuana retailer for a variance of the…

Harvey's lesson: No more excuses not to prepare

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Fifty inches of rain, 100,000 homes damaged or destroyed, tens of thousands in shelters, and over $100 billion in damage.

Vote yes for police, Municipal Court building

Clackamas Review - Opinion
The Sept. 19 special election includes Measure 3-517 which will approve issuing of bonds to build the planned police and municipal court facility

Letters for Sept. 13

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Climate change will continue to hit U.S. hard; Buyers beware; Digging deeper into Gladstone mayoral promises

Why I will vote 'no' on passing Measure 3-517

Clackamas Review - Opinion
I believe we can do better, and desperately NEED to do better than the current plans as outlined under Measure 3-517

First Amendment rights don't cover public shaming

Clackamas Review - Opinion
I would just like to reply to citizen Steve Johnson's recent opinion articles

Oregon ablaze: Let's take steps to minimize future…

Portland Tribune - Opinion
The number of human-caused wildfires is rising - plus climate change and fuel buildup are exacerbating conditions that threaten trees and community…

Letters: Please vote YES on Measure 3-517

Clackamas Review - Opinion
We already have the money, we just need the community to give the city the OK required by the City Charter

Letters: Milwaukie public-safety solutions offered

Clackamas Review - Opinion
I hope our friend was not stopped and questioned due to the color of his skin; Why doesn't the city have the access to the parking from the Harrison…

Gladstone's political garden needs more tending

Clackamas Review - Opinion
I would like to start with the article allegedly written by Maryanna Moore (Letters, Aug. 23).

Letters for Aug. 30

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Margaret Pritchard was inspiration for women-owned businesses; Vote yes on Measure 3-517; No property rights?

Oregon City should take state's pre-emption threats…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
One could reasonably expect the power pre-emption to be used for exceptional public purposes, like enforcing the U.S. Constitution's Bill of Rights

Letters for Aug. 23

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Vote yes on OC police bond; great coverage on Gladstone's Linda Neace; Lori Chavez-DeRemer letters; no term limits; driving with cell phone illegal; U.S.…

Help conserve Oregon City's McLoughlin Conservation…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
I have to speak out against the Oregon City Public Works reconstruction project that could soon be approved

Letters for Aug. 16

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Shame on Boy Scouts, city of Happy Valley; Fallout from recall still affecting Gladstone; Yes on OC's Measure 3-517; Traffic increase shouldn't be a…

Busy months ahead for Clackamas Fire District

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Here is a brief summary of recent and upcoming events across the fire district and the communities we serve

After clarifications, mayoral activities still…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
In regard to my recent opinion on Gladstone Mayor Tammy Stempel activities, some clarification has been requested which I will provide here

Letters for Aug. 9

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Steve Johnson's pathetic attack on Gladstone mayor; Can police enforce safety in time for school year?; Yes on 3-517

Another great outreach story from OCPD officer Mike…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
It was a joy to work with Kathy Knox in my position as the homeless liaison officer. Her positive attitude was inspiring

Who will be Oregon's brave new Republican?

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Oregon is just one of 17 states in the country that does not have a Republican governor after 2016

Letters for Aug. 2: Tansy ragwort; New officials,…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Ken Hall has never had ill effects from pulling tansy ragwort; Janet Figini believes that term limits is a necessary law

Gladstone's quality of life gets put on the…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Since the end of April, a group of concerned neighbors I belong to has been working towards a resolution for a 48-unit development

Gladstone Mayor Tammy Stempel needs to follow rules…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
At the beginning of most Gladstone city council meetings, Mayor Stempel lectures the council like a teacher lecturing her little students on…

Getting rid of this weed is a life-and-death issue

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Clackamas County is again experiencing a breakout of toxic tansy ragwort of mammoth proportions

Recent graduates of La Salle Prep speak out

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Oregonians are ill-informed about women's history; Native cultures deserve respect from U.S. government

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