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PHOTO BY NIKKI WEST - Milwaukie's First Friday event on May 5 was graced with a rainbow, which was first spotted by a 3-year-old.
May 24, 2017

Letters for May 24

by The Clackamas Review
Milwaukie First Friday; Oregon City Optimist Club regonizes students for kindness; Gladstone sewage; Bravo to sheriff's immigration policy
PHOTO BY CAMERON MCCREDIE - Volunteers clear invasive English ivy in Oregon City's Waterboard Park.
May 24, 2017

Oregon City needs to end its Public Works folly

by Janine Offutt
Landslides speak to need to end plans for Waterboard Park
PHOTO COURTESY: DREAMSTIME - Currants provide wonderful red berries when they ripen.
May 24, 2017

Consider currants' color, flavor for your yard

by Val Clarke
Belonging to the gooseberry family, red currants are easy to grow

Tammy Stempel
May 24, 2017

Bullying can't be allowed to continue in Gladstone

by Tammy Stempel
I filed a formal complaint with the city on April 3, 2017, regarding a pattern of intimidation directed toward me
Lori Chavez-DeRemer
May 24, 2017

Transportation needs require strong leadership

by Lori Chavez-DeRemer
An issue that spans across the four hats I've worn is urging our legislators to pass a comprehensive transportation package
PHOTO BY STEVE JOHNSON - To meet this newspaper's decency standards, recall opponents provided a digitally altered version of Greg Alexander's obscene gesture to city councilors on April 25 at Vogies Bar.
May 17, 2017

Letters for May 17

by The Clackamas Review
Gladstone resident obtains evidence of nothing, other recall notes; Successful ivy pull in OC; Roads profit at public's expense
PHOTO COURTESY: CLACKAMAS FIRE - Firefighters were able to contain the blaze at Damascus Station 19, with no injuries and damage contained to the attic space and garage.
May 17, 2017

Firefighters respond well to unique situation

by Joshua Gehrke
I want to express my tremendous appreciation for the shift crews at Damascus Station 19 for quickly extinguishing their own house fire Easter morning
PHOTO BY: TERRY JOHN GIBSON - Employees of Potelco hook up the first LED streetlight fixture along McLoughlin Boulevard in project that will install more than 60 fixures by the end of the year along the corridor from Milwaukie to Gladstone.
May 17, 2017

New fixtures shed light on Oak Lodge community achievement

by Terry John Gibson
Finally, on May 5, the first of 60-plus new LED lights was installed
Neal Reisner
May 17, 2017

Why Gladstone City Councilor Neal Reisner is supporting recalls

by Neal Reisner
Due to the behaviors and actions exhibited by Gladstone Councilors Steve Johnson and Kim Sieckmann, I'm supporting the effort to recall them
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Second grader Mark Girardy, with his face freshly painted, stands at the front of Gladstone Nature Park with April 29 festivities in the background.
May 10, 2017

Letters for May 10

by The Clackamas Review
Arbor Day Walk; Education Investment Initiative; Gladstone politics; Ludwick for Sunrise Water; Spiers, Farrer for OCSD; Planned Parenthood; Canemah

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PHOTO BY: GREG ALEXANDER - A resident of Gladstone took this photo showing Gladstone City Councilors Kim Sieckmann (from left), Thomas Mersereau, Patrick McMahon and Steve Johnson (back to camera) meeting in Vogies Bar at approximately 9:30 p.m., after an April 25 City Council meeting.
May 10, 2017

Gladstone resident obtains photographic evidence of councilors'…

by Greg Alexander
Less than an hour after being in a council meeting, I found four Gladstone City Council members sitting and talking at a local bar
PHOTO BY: RAYMOND RENDLEMAN - The developer of Oregon City's Cove project is addressing concerns about runoff from a nearby landfill as it constucts hundreds of apartments along the Clackamas River.
May 10, 2017

Clackamette Cove - In the spirit of John Gray

by Jerry Herrmann
Jerry Herrmann leads Rivers of Life Center, a youth education and training corporation
PHOTO COURTESY: OAK LODGE HISTORY DETECTIVES - After being named a Clackamas County Historic Landmark in 1987, the Philip T. Oatfield house has fallen into disrepair.
May 03, 2017

Letters: Reprieve on Oatfield House demolition; Gibson focused…

by The Clackamas Review
The story in last week's edition was just one more example of the Clackamas Review's importance to the local community
Steve Bates
May 03, 2017

Clackamas Fire should adopt director zones

by Steve Bates
Electing board members by zone provides the best environment for proper representation and accountability
Apr 26, 2017

Letters for April 26

by The Clackamas Review
Planned Parenthood reduces local carbon footprint; Keep county control of parks; Criticism of governor unfair; Celebrate a park's revitalization
Apr 26, 2017

Two-district model could work in Gladstone

by Paul Savas
Recently during a mediation between the city of Gladstone and Clackamas County there was one particular proposal the county put forth that is worth serious consideration. We call it the…
PHOTO COURTESY: GINA WITHROW  - Teri Gant started the Father's Heart Street Ministry out of the back of her car at the Blanchet House in downtown Portland.
Apr 26, 2017

Advocate for state's homeless in Teri Gant's name

by Marty Gant
Estacada resident Marty Gant is president of the Father's Heart Street Ministry in Oregon City
Apr 19, 2017

Letters: Hannah the Pet Society; Gladstone turmoil

by The Clackamas Review
As an animal owner and advocate for more than 64 years and a member of Hannah the Pet Society, I am offended at the one-sided media coverage that is ongoing
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Rose City souvenir postcard from the family album, circa 1910.
Apr 19, 2017

Try tea roses and become festival-ready

by Val Clarke
As the Portland Rose Festival rapidly approaches, it only seems fitting to draw attention to the splendor of roses
PHOTO DATED FEB. 9, 1917, COURTESY: CLACKAMAS COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY - Mill O under construction wraps around the north end of the Pullery building.
Apr 17, 2017

Showcase our Willamette Falls legacy at the Oregon City Woolen…

by James Nicita
Though we lost the Woolen Mills, we do still have two very significant, and still-standing, associated legacy structures.