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Sports

Freshman Makayla Long lifts West Linn to 22nd at state track

May 24, 2018 West Linn Tidings - Sports Miles Vance
She places second in the Class 6A discus and fifth in the shot put in her first state meet

West Linn rolls Gresham 11-0 in baseball playoff opener

May 24, 2018 West Linn Tidings - Sports Miles Vance
Next up, the Lions face top-ranked Westview at 5 p.m. Friday at Westview High School

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Community

Summer camps will fill quickly - register now

May 24, 2018 Lake Oswego Review - My Community Ken Warner
Cheer, coding, and a variety of sports camps are offered this summer through West Linn Parks and Rec. Camps fill quickly so sign up soon.

Community Briefs

May 24, 2018 Lake Oswego Review - My Community the Review, Tidings
Registration closes May 25 for the Royal Rosarian Rose Garden contest. See what other news is pertinent to your life.

Education

Changing pop culture as we know it

May 24, 2018 West Linn Tidings - Education Philip Chan
A director cannot attend every screening of their film and explain it to audiences

Recognizing character in West Linn High School students

May 24, 2018 West Linn Tidings - Education Clara Howell
West Linn High School seniors were selected for an award based on seven traits

Entertainment

Things to do

May 24, 2018 Lake Oswego Review - Entertainment The Review, Tidings
Check out this list of things to do this weekend and into next week. Most are family friendly and some are free.

State Fair announces classic rock concerts

May 24, 2018 Lake Oswego Review - Entertainment The Review, Tidings
Tickets are on sale now for VIP seating for the concerts being presented at this summer's Oregon State Fair. General admission to the concerts is free with fair admission.

Sustainable Life

Dam removal aids Gresham natural area

May 25, 2018 By Kate Holleran, Metro
Removal of 4 Brigman Creek dams improves Johnson Creek water quality, habitat.

Oregon lawmakers mull preventing 'too big to fail' livestock operations

May 24, 2018 Mateusz Perkowski/Capital Bureau
Regulatory problems at Lost Valley Farm, a controversial Oregon dairy, prompted a recent legislative hearing about the situation.

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