Lake Oswego School District names Salerno Owens equity…

The Response to Intervention coordinator at Lakeridge High is promoted after nationwide search

Lawmakers' LO Town Hall focuses on gun violence

Sen. Rob Wagner and Rep. Andrea Salinas also discuss several bills passed in the 2017 legislative session

Stewardship groups look to future

Substantial progress has been made at removing invasive species and planting native replacements across the city

Portland's Kabir Muthu crowned spelling champ

Lake Grove Elementary fifth-grader Tai Tovey finishes third in the regional competition


Crews have finished installing a new floor at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center


'Pretty Little Liars' spinoff films in South Shore; Candidates to field questions at March 23 forum; Concerts will raise funds to fight blood cancers;…

Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation Department promotes Jamie…

Farmer market manager, who started her LO career as a teen, is the city's new recreation supervisor

'Pretty Little Liars' spinoff filming in Lake Oswego

Film crews gather around a South Shore swimming pool on Monday and will head to a 'cute little bungalow' for interior shots on Tuesday

Road rage incident nearly turns violent in Lake Oswego

Driver of one of the vehicles is cited for menacing and released after police find a Glock pistol in his car

Report warns of major earthquake devastation

Cascadia quake could mean tens of thousands of casualties in the area, and a West Hills event could be even worse

Council examines list of ways to inspire affordable housing

Several options outlined by City staff focus on leveraging developer charges and fees

'Always lots of smiles and laughter'

Napoleon the therapy alpaca spends some quality time with the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center's respite group

Students make their move at Chess for Success

Annual tournament, now in its 51st year, gathers 500 student-players from across Oregon.

Murder-suicide suspect had a history of stalking

Victim filed restraining order against Cote in the fall of 2017, but it was never served

Neighborhoods share concerns

Meeting with Mayor Kent Studebaker focuses on Prep LO and the Council's current affordable housing discussions

Five cities want more room to grow

Requests urge Metro to add a combined 2,817 acres for new development to the Urban Growth Boundary


What do you think about a Tennis Center expansion? Now's your chance to provide feedback


Chamber to honor community leaders; History series to look at Lake Oswego's transformation; LOPD arrests five impaired drivers in February

Walkouts, 'walk ups' and 17 minutes of silence

Students across Lake Oswego honor lives lost and make their case for increased school safety

Afghan immigrant recuperating after 'intentional'…

UPDATE: Palisades Market employees are rallying around their Lake Oswego co-worker, who was severely injured in Lincoln City last week

Lake Oswego schools continue to focus on safety and security

District, LOPD detail the steps they've taken as students prepare to honor the 17 people gunned down in Florida

Betty Dominguez appointed to Metro Council

Oak Grove resident will represent Metro District No. 2 for the remainder of the year

Uniting around a common goal

Eight years ago, Unified Basketball inspired me; today, its mission to unite and empower is as strong as ever

CenterCal pitches revised Mercantile plan to Lake Oswego…

New design uses Italian Renaissance-style architecture to create a 'piazza festival street' at Kruse Way and Boones Ferry

Little lady, huge personality

Lake Oswego's Lauren Clark hopes to be a professional actress someday, and she's already off to a great start

Janiva Magness taps into pain of progress

Blues queen returns to Lake Oswego on Monday for a performance of her latest album, 'Love is an Army'

Lake Oswego City Council reviews draft of Climate Action…

Final vote expected April 3 on a collaborative proposal that's been in the works for a year

Local veterinarians concerned about an outbreak of dog flu

Cases of canine influenza in San Francisco have local veterinary authorities worried the virus could move north

Lake Oswego resident assists officer during tussle

Kent Willey earns praise and a Chief's Coin after helping Officer Brian Jackson while he was wrestling with a man at Tigard Public Library


Learn more about Luscher Farm's Adopt-A-Plot program at one of two orientation sessions this week

Police Log

When it comes to fighting crime in Lake Oswego, there's no call too small for the LOPD


Chamber to honor community leaders; Panel OKs LO-Oak Grove bridge study; Heine-Yates sentencing hearing delayed

SLIDESHOW: A very important date

Lake Oswego fathers and daughters don their best attire and journey down the rabbit hole for 'Twilight in Wonderland'

Metro Council set to fill vacant seat

Candidates seeking an appointment Thursday will all likely compete for a full term in the May primary

Lake Oswego's Touchstone School to close

Officials at the private K-6 school in the Mountain Park neighborhood say the school will shut its doors at the end of the current school year

Students take message to Salem: 'Our lives matter'

More than 200 students from Lakeridge and Lake Oswego high schools take their plea for improved school safety to Salem

Lake Oswego police pull suspect from locked car

After two hours of negotiations, officers smash a Mini Cooper's window and take Travis Lausen into custory

Lake Oswego students to lobby in Salem for school safety

Group from Lake Oswego, Lakeridge high schools plans to meet with lawmakers Monday and rally on the Capitol lawn

Lake Oswego postpones major project to repair Country Club…

Work on the stretch between Tenth Street and Iron Mountain Boulevard is now set to begin in late 2018 or early 2019

Lake Oswego High's turf softball field delayed until mid-May

Title IX settlement says facility should be in place before the start of upcoming season, but City rules have slowed project

Brothers held after allegedly drilling into gas tank

Jonathan and Sean Fredricks face charges of mail theft, criminial mischief and theft after a homeowner calls police

Lake Oswego Rotary Club honors Heather Beck with…

Outgoing school superintendent is one of 16 educators, volunteers and students to win a crystal apple

Lake Oswego leaders seek out tools of tolerance

City, school and community officials hope a two-day workshop in L.A. will foster broad-based conversations

From Wizer to The Windward

After years of planning, construction and legal battles, The Windward is ready to welcome new residents and retailers to downtown Lake Oswego

Bill widens return-to-play authority after…

Athletic trainers, chiropractors, physical therapists and others would be allowed to clear student athletes for games

Feeling the butterfly effect

Coffee Creek Correctional Facility inmates help sustain endangered butterflies


Why is the flashing caution/left-turn signal no longer activated in either direction on Kruse Way at Westlake Drive?


Share your opinion about the City's draft Climate Action Plan at an Open House on Thursday night

Police Log

When it comes to fighting crime in Lake Oswego, there's no call too small for the LOPD


Rotary honors Beck with SASEE award; Respond to Racism sets next meeting; Mary's Woods kicks off author series

City Council votes to keep Lake Oswego out of 'the…

Questions remain about a potential contribution to the Lake Oswego School District project, but councilors say no to operational costs

After 25 years, she's cutting the thread

Geri Grasvik says she's closing The Pine Needle Quilt Shop in downtown Lake Oswego and retiring at the end of March

Who cut down Luis Pacheco's trees?

Nearly three dozen were left where they fell on his property in the Skyland neighborhood; Lake Oswego police and city officials are investigating

Officials ponder bike/pedestrian bridge from Lake…

Feasibility study would look at possible alignments for a span that would likely cross the Willamette River to Oak Grove

At this Lake Oswego school, diversity is a given

Nearly half of the faculty at the International Leadership Academy are people of color, and that's having a big impact

'Racing to Change'

Oregon Historical Society connects the past to the present by honoring the state's civil rights pioneers

Domestic violence shelter reopens, expands services

Clackamas Women's Services cut the ribbon at The Village on Tuesday after a year-long expansion project supported by the Home Builders Foundation.

Do you know LO's next Amazing Kid?

Nominations now being accepted for the Pamplin Media Group program that honors community service

Preparation is key to survival

Fire Chief Larry Goff's Lake Oswego Reads event on Saturday will focus on how to prepare for a natural disaster


Learn moree about teh upcoming Country Club Road project at an Open House Thursday


This week's question for the LOPD: How do you spot a counterfeit $20 or $50 bill?

Police Log

When it comes to fighting crime in Lake Oswego, there's no call too small for the LOPD

New Mercantile proposal would add 225 apartments in…

CenterCal's latest design adds high-density housing, which City officials have encouraged

An Arctic blast

Lake Oswego Reads uses a Maker Space event to connect youngsters to the characters in 'Good Morning, Midnight'


After dusting Lake Oswego over the weekend, flakes started falling again Tuesday morning and blanketed the area with more than three inches of snow

Joe Buck kicks off run for Metro

Lake Oswego city councilor, who is seeking an appointment to replace Carlotta Collette, says he will also run for a full term

Thai restaurateur pleads guilty to using forced…

Paul Jumroon, the former owner of Curry in a Hurry, fraudulently obtained visas for workers who then were forced to work long hours for low pay

Old Town hosts poetry contest

Three winning verses will be engraved on sidewalk tiles; entries now being accepted

Preservation Society to host lecture series

'Speaking of History' will include three presentations that look at aspects of historic Lake Oswego

Setting the agenda for 2018

For many of Lake Oswego's boards and commissions, plans for the year revolve around capital projects

Boones Ferry project faces higher costs

One downside of a strong economy: High demand is driving up costs for materials and construction

Lake Oswego takes the lead in sustainability program

More businesses have been certified here than in any other city in Clackamas County

Police Log

When it comes to fighting crime in Lake Oswego, there's no call too small for the LOPD

City Notes

You can weigh in on the City's draft Climate Action Plan at an Open House on Feb. 20

Parents gather to 'listen and learn' at Lake Oswego…

More than 75 community members attend a meeting organized in the wake of a racist incident at the school

Embracing uncertainty

Lily Brooks-Dalton may have left her characters in limbo, but her Lake Oswego Reads visit left no questions unanswered

Musick named interim superintendent in Lake Oswego

School Board confirms its January decision in a unanimous vote; his new role will begin July 1 after the departure of Heather Beck

Now here's something to cheer about!

LOHS takes second place, Lakeridge finishes third in the 6A state cheerleading championships

Brooks-Dalton set for Lake Oswego Reads visit

'Good Morning, Midnight' author says she's excited about Feb. 13 presentation at LOHS

Mr. Wagner goes to Salem - with a vision

Lake Oswego's new state senator says education, environment, gun safety are among his top priorities

Fishing for a hobby? This show's for you

Sportsmen's Show features a Women's Fishing Forum and lots of activities this weekend for lovers of the outdoors

Researching the Earth's harshest environment

PSU Professor Brad Buckley will discuss his experiences in Antarctica and how they relate to 'Good Morning, Midnight'

Do you know LO's next Amazing Kid?

Nominations now being accepted for the Pamplin Media Group program that honors community service

In Lake Oswego, Cupid has a special assistant

Matchmaker Jacqueline Nichols will host a series of events in February to help local singles find their special someone

Oswego Lake Watershed Council celebrates successes

Group's membership and project scope have grown dramatically in just a few years

City Notes

Check out the work of Lake Oswego's teen artists at an Art Showcase sponsored by the Youth Action Council

Police Log

When it comes to fighting crime in Lake Oswego, there's no call too small for the LOPD


This week's question for the LOIPD: How can I follow up on something I called in?

Walsh brother sentenced for role in investment…

Gregory Walsh pleaded guilty to conspiring with Bank of Oswego exec Geoffrey Walsh to defraud an Arizona woman

Racist behavior in Lake Oswego schools is 'nothing…

African American eighth-graders say they have been the targets of constant physical and verbal abuse for years

Lake Oswego Rotary Club names 15 SASEE winners

Annual awards recognize service above self and an unwavering commitment to educational excellence

Lake Oswego School District addresses latest racist…

Open letter from the School Board and a press conference in front of LOJ come in response to angry public reaction; several community events are…

Lake Oswego's Sunny Freeman to raise funds for…

Real estate agent is one of 14 candidates in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Man and Woman of the Year contest

Key Lake Oswego leaders band together to fight…

School and city officials will lead a delegation to L.A. this month for a seminar at the Museum of Tolerance

Local, sustainable and incredibly fresh

Laura Masterson and LO's Community Supported Agriculture program provide a direct connection to the farm

Lake Oswego to unveil revamped website design

Staff say the new look emphasizes mobile friendliness and ease of access to 10,000 pages of information

Honoring community service

Daughters of the American Revolution will pay tribute to Harriet Lesher and Rosemary and Dale Cleland on Monday

Think you might know LO's next Amazing Kid?

Nominations now being accepted for the Pamplin Media Group program that honors community service

LOSN celebrates full year of sustainability…

14 speakers discuss the environmental work underway throughout Lake Oswego

Keeping the crucial information flowing

HAM radio operators will host a demonstration Saturday as Lake Oswego Reads gets underway

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