Thursday closures and delays

The list of closures due to snow, ice and low temperatures will be updated throughout the morning.

'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

CITY NOTES

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

ASK A COP

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

An Arctic blast

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

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 labor

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 Junior…

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

ASK A COP

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

Walsh brother sentenced for role in investment scheme

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 new'

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 incident

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 cancer…

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 hatred

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

What's the weather like at your house?

Lake Oswego residents can get a heads-up on changing conditions close to home with the city's network of monitoring stations

Police, Fire add new employees

Firefighter Lucas Fortune joined the Lake Oswego Fire Department and two new officers - Brad Moyle and Josh Loesche - joined the Lake Oswego Police…

City Notes

Lake Oswego residents can save a life by donating blood this Friday at City Hall

Police Log

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

Sportsmen's Show returns to Portland Expo Center…

Outdoor enthusiasts rejoice! The second largest sportsmen's show of its kind in the country returns to Portland next week opening Wednesday.

Investing in education

Entrepreneur Michael Jones, an LOHS grad, draws a big crowd to the Lake Oswego Schools Foundation's annual luncheon

Lake Oswego School District responds to 'racial…

Officials say students were suspended or given detention after incident at the Junior High School.

Lake Oswego's Rob Wagner picked to replace Devlin…

County commissioners vote to appoint the Lake Oswego School Board member, who says he will seek a full term

Lake Oswego School District grad rate among state's…

Lakeridge, LOHS performing at levels far above the Oregon average, latest report shows

Lake Oswego Parks & Rec faces another transition

Three years after settling in at Palisades, the department must relocate staff and programs to a variety of temporary spaces

Lingering concerns surround design of Lake…

Public feedback shows support for meandering route, but some question the impact on trees, neighborhood character

Do you know Lake Oswego's next Amazing Kid?

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

International Auto Show cruises into Portland

Visitors will find the latest in technology, connectivity and automotive performance

News briefs

Learn about Community Supported Agriculture; 'Respond to Racism' schedules meeting; Public invited to State of the County event; Water district seeks…

CITY NOTES

The kitchen at the Adult Community Center remains closed while workers install a new slip-resistant floor.

Police Log

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

ASK A COP

I recently got a ticket for having red and green lights on my motorcycle. Why can't I have different colored lights on my motorcycle or car?

Geoff Walsh sentenced to 30 months in prison

Former Bank of Oswego loan officer was convicted in a conspiracy to conceal bad loans from federal regulators and the bank's board of directors

BIG DREAMS, BIG SCREEN

Lake Oswego actor, writer and producer Kelsey Tucker's first feature film hits the Empirical Theater on Friday for its Portland premiere

West Linn says timing's simply not right for pool…

Council says it has too many other projects on its plate, but leaves the door open to future talks with Lake Oswego, LOSD

Salinas pitches Clean Energy bill at Lake Oswego…

Other topics include Measure 101 and two bills the new lawmaker hopes to shepherd through upcoming legislative session

Senate president: Fixing education a 'tall mountain…

Peter Courtney said 1990s tax measures make improving graduation rate particularly daunting.

City sees big jump in hit-and-runs

Many of the drivers struck parked cars, a trend police say is fueled by distracted driving

Will Lake Oswego move Parks & Rec to the municipal…

Department facing ouster from Palisades, but relocating to Stafford Road would require changes to the course itself

City to upgrade 'worn-out' Marylhurst pumping…

Part of the underground facility, which has served the Marylhurst area since 1981, will be relocated to the surface

LOSN to celebrate successes

City, school, community leaders to gather Jan. 25 and look back at accomplishments, including creation of Climate Action Plan

Putting charities in driver's seat

Preview party offers a sneak peek at the Auto Show, a unique chance to give back to community groups and a chance to win a new Audi Q3 Quattro…

Hasson founder signals changing of the guard

Mike Hasson says he's stepping aside as CEO of his LO-based real estate firm and handing the keys to Steve Studley

Police Log

My son recently downloaded some inappropriate photos to his phone. What safeguards can parents take with their children's phone and what sites or…

City Notes

Adult Community Center will move its meal service to the Lake Oswego Municipal Golf Course during kitchen renovations

State seeks input on freeway tolling options

ODOT plans series of open houses to consider 'congestion pricing systems' in metro area

Police Log

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

News Briefs

Little Big Burger coming to Lake Oswego; LO adds faster downtown charging station; Spring Master Recycler course to begin

Little Big Burger coming to Lake Oswego

Chain's latest storefront is expected to open in Oswego Towne Square sometime in the first half of 2018

Trustworthy, loyal, helpful - and female!

Lake Oswego second-graders are among the first girls in the country to become official members of a Cub Scout den

SD19 nominees: Wagner, Black and Wysham

Final appointee will be chosen Jan. 29 to serve out the remainder of state Sen. Richard Devlin's term in Salem

The Windward reveals pricing info

Downtown Lake Oswego apartments will be available in studio and 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom configurations and rent for $1,648-$6,917 a month

Can the Lake Oswego School District replace its…

Proposed partnership with the City has councilors wondering what will happen if they say no

Pool, PERS, pathways make Lake Oswego City Council…

Tentative list of 2018 goals also includes finding a new home for the Parks & Rec Department

Ready, set ... Lake Oswego Reads!

Hundreds gather at the Lake Oswego Public Library for a book giveaway to kick off the city's 2018 reading program

Merkley: Prospects 'good' for DACA, kids' health…

Oregon Democrat says those issues and aid to community health clinics will be tied to a must-pass bill for federal spending authority, which is set…

How will Measure 101 affect you?

Here are answers to the most frequently asked questions about the health care tax measure on the Jan. 23 ballot

Savas says he will seek a third term

Priorities for Clackamas County commissioner remain housing, jobs and transportation; he has been in Position 2 since unseating an incumbent in 2010.

Willamette upriver study seeks to identify…

DEQ to examine stretch from Oregon City to Sellwood for possible future environmental work.

CREATING A HEALTHY WATERSHED

Ongoing studies of salmon and trout in Tryon Creek support efforts to replace the concrete culvert under Highway 43

City Notes

All City of Lake Oswego offices will be closed Monday for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Police Log

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

News Briefs

ACC event will explore conversations about race; Go 'behind the scenes' with Lakewood Associates; LOPD arrests eight for impaired driving

ASK A COP

I recently had my credit card information stolen and used. I think whoever did it used a scanner (maybe at a gas station). Is there a way to take…

Lake Oswego School District tentatively picks…

Pending final board approval, longtime administrator will serve for a year while LOSD searches for Beck's successor

Student sues Lake Oswego School District over fall…

Taylor Rockwood fractured her back in January 2016 incident; now she and her parents are seeking $1.7 million

Wagner, Black, Wysham chosen as SD19 nominees

Final appointee will serve out the remainder of State Sen. Richard Devlin's term

LORA board approves North Anchor sale

Council also OKs City Hall design agreements; both projects must still pass City's regular design review process

Exploring Lake Oswego's distinct neighborhoods

Westridge and Blue Heron launch an occasional series that will profile the unique areas that Lake Oswegans call home

Book giveaway to kick off Lake Oswego Reads

Dozens of events are planned around Lily Brooks-Dalton's post-apcalyptic novel, 'Good Morning, Midnight'

Lake Oswego's Climate Action Plan nears the finish…

City and community groups have spent the past year developing a plan for the city to combat climate change

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