John Wetten students hold book battle in Gladstone

Clackamas Review - News
Fifty John Wetten fourth- and fifth-graders participate in the Oregon Battle of the Books, this year

Clackamas Fire's improved rating could lower insurance rates

Clackamas Review - News
Insurance Services Office gave Clackamas Fire a Class 2 rating, which is an improvement from Clackamas Fire's previous Class 3 rating

Oregon City Public Works expansion now sets sights on…

Clackamas Review - News
Move to former General Distributing Inc warehouse on Fir Street could reduce pressure on the site at Waterboard Park

Happy Valley residents will see higher park-usage fees

Clackamas Review - News
Happy Valley residents considered out-of-district participants for NCPRD programs that begin on or after July 1

Free Earth Day workshop on pesticide-free gardening

Clackamas Review - News
Session to run from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 21, at the Happy Valley Library

School notes for April 18

Clackamas Review - News
Bomb squad does GHS robotics demo; Scholarship established for music; OC students tour the trades; GEF invests in school innovations; Symphony quintet…

Oregon City focus group sees potential school-lunch…

Clackamas Review - News
Sodexo, the nutrition services provider for many area school districts, gets feedback

Clackamas Review calendar for April 18

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in April 2018

Wood Village man hurt by nail-gun assailant in Happy Valley

Clackamas Review - News
UPDATE: Happy Valley construction worker arrested for allegedly assaulting another worker with a pneumatic framing nail gun

Concerned Cat People seeks to transform Gladstone

Clackamas Review - News
New group aims to fill gap; Clackamas County currently lacks 'cat control' organizations that pick up strays off the streets

Oregon City special-ed instructor gets 28-year sentence

Clackamas Review - News
In an 'unthinkable' crime, James Ian McGlothlin uses students for child pornography

Need a permit in Oregon City? Keep your eyes on this move

Clackamas Review - News
Community Development Department moving from its rented offices on Molalla Avenue to a site owned by the city on Warner Parrott Road

Clackamas County closes 152nd Avenue for reservoir…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas River Water's new 6-million-gallon reservoir will be located on 2.4 acres near Louise Lane

Lou Ogden receives Oregon State Chamber of Commerce…

Clackamas Review - News
'Lou's record of pro-business policies made him the top choice' -Laura Edmonds, chair of the Oregon State Chamber of Commerce's Government Affairs…

Gladstone, Milwaukie bands take first in competitions

Clackamas Review - News
Milwaukie High School orchestra wins Northwest Oregon Conference competition; Gladstone High School first in the Tri-Valley League competition

Happy Valley motorcyclist dies in Fairview crash

Gresham Outlook - News
UPDATE: Police identify the victim of Friday night's crash as 20 year-old, Beneamin Buliga of Happy Valley.

Clackamas County offers citizens help managing chronic…

Clackamas Review - News
Free six-week workshop starts 9 a.m. Wednesday, April 18, at the Milwaukie Center

Eye-popping costumes take Wizard World by storm

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Thousands gather at Oregon Convention Center in Portland on Saturday, April 14, for celebrity event.

Quest Center behavioral health clinic opens in Oregon City

Clackamas Review - News
In cooperation with Clackamas County Department of Health and CareOregon, clinic offers non-opioid pain management and culturally sensitive substance…

Riverside Elementary School in Oak Grove makes news

Clackamas Review - News
As parents across the district might have received fake news about whether they could attend Riverside or El Puente programs, fifth-graders at…

Oregon City School District donates trees to CCC

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas Community College gets 119 plants to shade the headwaters of Newell Creek

AARP officials to visit Clackamas Community College

Clackamas Review - News
Nonprofit says other cities can learn from Milwaukie's commitment to affordable housing in helping to make more of the state friendly to senior…

School notes for April 11

Clackamas Review - News
Gladstone offers class on food; GHS renews accreditation; Free child abuse-prevention training scheduled

Clackamas Review community calendar for Wednesday, April 11

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in April 2018

County approves new OSU Extension Education Center

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County commissioners vote unanimously to approve plans on the southeast corner of Warner Milne and Beavercreek Road

Clackamas Community College ranked top nursing program

Clackamas Review - News
For 2015-17, all nursing students passed NCLEX exam at CCC, the only Oregon nursing program with a 100 percent pass rate

Oregon City library to benefit from 'Pints for Charity'…

Clackamas Review - News
Tonight: Oregon City Brewing Co. will donate $1 per pint purchased from 5 to 10 p.m.

3 needed for Clackamas Workforce Partnership board

Clackamas Review - News
County officials looking for individuals representing organized labor, technology and health care fields

North Clackamas bond projects continue to break ground

Clackamas Review - News
Busy week includes Alder Creek Middle School on April 3 and Sunnyside Elementary on April 5

Kate Brown visits Sabin career/technical center in Clackamas

Clackamas Review - News
Governor seeks to boost momentum for funding education in next session of Oregon Legislature

VIDEO: Bots do battle at FIRST Robotics tourney

Portland Tribune - News
Thousands gather at Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Saturday, April 7 for regional championship.

Kaiser Permanente to hold free oral cancer screenings

Clackamas Review - News
Screenings on 1 to 5 p.m. Monday, April 9, on the first floor of the Kaiser Permanente Sunnybrook Medical Office

Clackamas Community College's 'Skeletons' in Alexander…

Clackamas Review - News
'Skeletons: The spooky comic book of Tyler Crook' opens at 19600 Molalla Ave., Oregon City

La Salle Prep student raises funds to buy dental supplies

Clackamas Review - News
Luke George, a senior, forms nonprofit NW Dental Project (nwdentalproject.org)

County judge green-lights Oregon City Public Works plans

Clackamas Review - News
Voter approval would have been necessary if expansion area defined as parkland

Bernard's Garage demolition makes way for 5-story building

Clackamas Review - News
Milwaukie mixed-use project will feature 110 apartments on top of 7,000 square feet of retail

Man in custody in alleged machete attack in Jennings Lodge

Clackamas Review - News
Police: Victim exits his car and runs several blocks from crash scene while bleeding profusely from his head

Fill A Stocking, Fill A Heart needs new workshop space

Clackamas Review - News
All-volunteer group loses assembly spot at the Hilltop Mall to put together Christmas stockings to donate

Oregon City author depicts environmental issues, solutions

Clackamas Review - News
Robert Bresky's fourth book deals with genocide, climate change, pollution

Oregon City barbershop cuts through century

Clackamas Review - News
The best estimate for Depot Barber Shop's founding is 1917, when founder 'F. Krueger' first appeared in the county directory

Emergency Services Foundation accepting scholarship…

Clackamas Review - News
Completed scholarship applications are due by Friday, May 4, at Clackamas Fire's Administration Office

Pony Prancers make dance history for Milwaukie High…

Clackamas Review - News
Dancers bring home a first-place title from the USA Dance Nationals held March 31 in Anaheim, California

Clackamas Review community calendar for Wednesday,…

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in April 2018

Responding to domestic abuse

Lake Oswego Review - News
Clackamas County Sheriff's Office develops new training material for law enforcement agencies across the state

Oregon City receives $500 grant for Arbor Day

Clackamas Review - News
April 7 event seeks more participants to plant trees on the McLoughlin Promenade

Late-season snowfall delivers spring joy to ski…

Gresham Outlook - Features
Late-season snowfall delivers spring joy to Mount Hood ski resorts and visitors

Lawmakers tackle bigotry, health care at Queer Town…

Portland Tribune - News
LGBTQ youth in foster homes sometimes face discrimination due to their gender identity, and kicked out of the homes.

Volunteers plant 'Gift Trees' to remember loved ones

Clackamas Review - News
Happy Valley Park one of many sites where Friends of Trees's memorial trees thrive

Kraxberger Middle School families flock to Mad…

Clackamas Review - News
Students and families get this chance to try some hands-on science experiments

Union Gospel Mission feeds the hungry on Easter

Portland Tribune - News
About 150 volunteers served up meals to 500 people, some living in shelters or on the streets.

Oregon City School District honored for financial…

Clackamas Review - News
OCSD goes beyond what is required and creates a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

Battle of the Books funded in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - News
Rotary Club members contribute $1,000 to each school - Linwood, Milwaukie and El Puente elementary schools

Audit: Gladstone in violation of state budgeting…

Clackamas Review - News
City officials working with Department of Revenue to determine how to account for overspending

Gladstone Councilor Linda Neace: 'I'm done'

Clackamas Review - News
City: Text messages to recall organizers don't count as an official written resignation notice

Heritage group hopes for permanent West Linn Paper…

West Linn Tidings - News
$45,000 grant from Clackamas County will fund a feasibility study and concept plan

Bernard's Garage sign heads to Milwaukie Museum

Clackamas Review - News
Iconic 'B' is saved for posterity as demolition begins to make way for five-story mixed-use building

Local country star Briana Renea reaches out to kids

Clackamas Review - News
With a May 13 concert scheduled at the Wild Hare Saloon in Oregon City, singer taking time from her touring schedule to bring a message of social…

IPA quizzes candidates on progressive issues

Lake Oswego Review - News
Public forum draws candidates for county clerk and commissioner, Metro and the 5th Congressional District

First farm in Portland area obtains animal-welfare…

Clackamas Review - News
Cattle and sheep at Naked Acres Farm in Beavercreek now certified grass-fed by AGW, the only 'highly meaningful' label according to Consumer Reports

NCUWC, MAP-IT plant Ed Gronke Legacy Grove in…

Clackamas Review - News
Former Metro councilor honored for his work on the McLoughlin Area Plan Implementation Team

School notes for March 28

Clackamas Review - News
Fresh produce boosted; Students honor Tomb of the Unknown Soldier; Internet safety forum held; Students sell dog houses

Parrott Creek celebrates 50th anniversary helping…

Clackamas Review - News
Nonprofit organization plans luncheon May 2 at the Abernethy Center in Oregon City

Milwaukie names Lisa Gunion-Rinker volunteer of the…

Clackamas Review - News
Chair of Parks and Recreation Board set to be formally announced as winner Tuesday, April 3

Local students take on school safety, gun violence

Clackamas Review - News
Student-produced town hall March 21 at Sabin-Schellenberg Professional Technical Center prepares messages for weekend march

Clackamas Fire's Bill Conway recognized by Royal…

Clackamas Review - News
Conway nominated by Angela Fox, publisher of the Clackamas Review/Oregon City News, for his off-duty saving of a man's life Oct. 7, 2017

State appeals ruling that blocked sentencing reform

Portland Tribune - News
The appeal of a Clackamas County Circuit Court decision to block the reforms could head straight to the Oregon Supreme Court because of legislation…

Milwaukie, Gladstone school bands take home honors

Clackamas Review - News
A total of 50 bands competed in the two-day festival at Clackamas Community College on March 17

Not just for kids: Pokemon players converge in…

Portland Tribune - Features
Pokemon Regional Championships lure 1,200 to the Oregon Convention Center for a two-day tourney.

Sandy man dead, woman arrested

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County Sheriff's Office detectives respond to shooting scene on Saturday afternoon, find man's body in house.

Promises of change made at 'March for Our Lives'

Portland Tribune - News
The largest protest since last year's Woman's March drew thousands to Pioneer Courthouse Square.

Parenting Together honored for partnership with…

Clackamas Review - News
Growing Great People award goes to Chelsea Hamilton for bringing parenting classes, support groups, play groups

Kids celebrate love of reading at John Wetten…

Clackamas Review - News
Many students at the school received free books donated by The Clackamas Bookshelf, a Gladstone nonprofit

Developer pauses on Centennial school boundary…

Gresham Outlook - News
Holt Homes pulls petition to move 305 acres to North Calckamas School District, for now

Clackamas County won't pay $5.4M for 2.5 acres in…

Clackamas Review - News
Developer asks for $300,000 per lot, less than 4 years after paying about $59,000 per lot now eyed for parkland

Police: 'Transient' stabs man on Springwater trail

Clackamas Review - News
The victim told police that he had been near Jumbo Restaurant and Lounge prior to the stabbing

Happy Valley couple brings party to local…

Clackamas Review - News
Alisa and Dana Pompetti make good impression serving up Kona Ice to kids, adults

Neighbor calls 911 as man fails to put out…

Clackamas Review - News
Cat dies in fire after resident tries to extinguish fire with water and fire extinguisher rather than calling 911

Forensics debate tournament at Oregon City High…

Clackamas Review - News
Diana Vazquez Duque Invitational takes place March 3 to honor alumna who 'greatly affected' direction and spirit of team

Initiative would ban the sale of assault weapons

Portland Tribune - News
A petition proposed for November would ban assault firearms and high-capacity magazines in Oregon.

School notes for March 21

Clackamas Review - News
Spring recreation for all ages; Students to produce live town hall on school safety; Gladstone foundation seeks board applicants

Milwaukie High School Latino club brings home…

Clackamas Review - News
Seniors get statewide best-art award, outstanding leadership prize, Portland Timbers bilingual reporter honors

Sibling duo purchases real-estate offices in…

Clackamas Review - News
Craig Fahner, Ronda Camman see timing right with spring market because number of homes sales tends to increase dramatically

Oregon City moving forward with next big project

Clackamas Review - News
Mayor Dan Holladay delivers state-of-the-city speech this month through the OC Chamber

Ivy pull planned this weekend at Waterboard Park

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City Parks Foundation calling for volunteers to gather 8:30 a.m. this Saturday at Oregon City Armory

CASA of Clackamas County's annual gala set for…

Clackamas Review - News
Second-annual Imagine the Possibilities gala at the Oregon Golf Club in West Linn

Kraxberger middle schoolers build maglev vehicles…

Clackamas Review - News
Magnetic levitation vehicles funded by a grant from the Gladstone Education Foundation

Portland's Kabir Muthu crowned spelling champ

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon's Regional Spelling Bee in Portland is presented by the Pamplin Media Group and Comcast.

Local women hope to bring Villages NW to Clackamas…

Clackamas Review - News
Pat Carter and Kay Weaver eager to bring volunteers, who help people remain in their own neighborhoods, to the Milwaukie/Gladstone area

Happy 70th anniversary, Happy Valley's Alton and…

Clackamas Review - News
Couple were married March 7, 1947, by the justice of the peace in Yuma, Arizona.

Report: Quake will devastate Clackamas County

Clackamas Review - News
State geologists analyze projected impacts of Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake, magnitude 9.0, and expect tens of thousands of casualties in the…

Tim Cook named next president of Clackamas…

Clackamas Review - News
Dr. Joanne Truesdell, who has served as president since 2007, announced her retirement last year effective July 1

CarMax, Trail Blazers unveil play equipment at Boys…

Clackamas Review - News
Starting center Jusuf Nurkic joined in on the fun at 1905 S.E. Oak Grove Blvd.

'St. Paddy's Day Blarney Blast' set at Gray Gables…

Clackamas Review - News
Senior Citizens Council of Clackamas County will host the dinner and auction as its annual fundraiser

Register now for Workforce Solutions Expo on April 5

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County businesses of all sizes to get opportunity to meet county, state and nonprofit organizations that offer free and/or low-cost services

Fort Kennedy bringing free dental to Pioneer Square

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County-based nonprofit provides outreach to veterans who, for various reasons, might not want to go through official U.S. Department of…

La Salle Prep receives $1.25 million donation from…

Clackamas Review - Sports
The money will go toward renovations to the school's sports complex and establish a new Father Saalfeld Endowment Fund

Clackamas author has his last 'magic' book to share

Clackamas Review - News
Marc Paulsen's dying wish: Everyone should learn to know how to sell their property

New priest at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Oregon…

Clackamas Review - News
After living in a small Ohio town for 20 years, Shawn Dickerson moves to church at 822 Washington St.

Hale's Restaurant in Jennings Lodge damaged by…

Clackamas Review - News
Iconic restaurant with second outlet in Hillsboro has 25-year-old history at 17502 S.E. McLoughlin Blvd.

Developer wants homes moved to North Clackamas…

Gresham Outlook - News
Homebuilder pushes to remove pricey new Happy Valley subdivision out of the Centennial School District

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