Jasper celebrates his birthday ... at Starbucks

Jasper celebrates his birthday ... at Starbucks

The 4-year-old St. Bernard enjoyed his birthday by helping give away $1,000 worth of drinks with...

Overcoming preconceptions

Overcoming preconceptions

Patrick Sinnott is a Special Olympian who has played for Wilsonville An untimely thunderstorm put...

Rotary concerts kick off this week

Rotary concerts kick off this week

Johnny Limbo performs at 6:30 p.m. July 24; rock violinist Aaron Meyer follows July 31 These...

11th annual Wilsonville Kids Fun Run set for Saturday

11th annual Wilsonville Kids Fun Run set for Saturday

Wilsonville Kiwanis Club continues annual tradition, this year at Wood Middle School This...

Fair's past tumbles with old barn

Fair's past tumbles with old barn

Clackamas County ponders fairgrounds' future, new facilities The 108th annual Clackamas County...

They want customers to repeat their name

They want customers to repeat their name

Eugene-based Cafe Yumm opens its newest restaurant in Wilsonville Wilsonville’s newest...

Plan seeks $46M in Charbonneau fixes

Plan seeks $46M in Charbonneau fixes

Decaying stormwater system most pressing need One of Oregon’s first planned communities,...

Man cited in five-vehicle Wilsonville pileup on I-5

Man cited in five-vehicle Wilsonville pileup on I-5

Seaside man charged with careless driving after failing to stop in time for traffic A Seaside man...

Wilsonville Road paving work to take place into August

City plans to re-pave road from Town Center Loop West to Murase Plaza Starting on Monday, July...

Wilsonville veteran given France's highest honor for his service during World War II

Wilsonville veteran given France's highest honor for his service during World War II

Army veteran Ed Phillips, 93, was given the Legion of Honor by the French Government A...

Cosgrove contract extended by appreciative city council

Cosgrove contract extended by appreciative city council

Wilsonville City Manager has built a record of financial expertise in his three years at the helm...

Farm fresh agritainment

Farm fresh agritainment

Changes have made agritourism more popular, but limits are still murky Oregonians love their...

Wilsonville Library filled to the gills for summer entertainment

Wilsonville Library filled to the gills for summer entertainment

Comedic juggler Rhys Thomas and Mad Science open the first two weeks of shows with a flourish The...

Jiggles owner: We're not moving to Wilsonville

Jiggles owner: We're not moving to Wilsonville

The lease has ended for Jiggles, Tualatin’s controversial and well-known entrance landmark...

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by: SPOKESMAN PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Wilsonville Mayor Tim Knapp raises a point July 16 at a joint Tualatin-Wilsonville city council meeting on the future of Basalt Creek.
July 23, 2014

Visions for Basalt Creek differ

by Josh Kulla
Wilsonville wants industrial land. Tualatin wants residential. The two cities must meet in the middle One thing is clear from the recent joint meeting between the Wilsonville and Tualatin city…
by: CITY OF WILSONVILLE - A proposed redevelopment of the former Kravens sports bar would feature a pair of comfort food restaurants in the same building, although the exterior would be entirely different than what now exists.
July 23, 2014

Tenants for Kraven's site still a mystery

by Josh Kulla
Portland firm Cardno submits application for site design review The mystery surrounding the former Kraven’s sports bar in Wilsonville continues, as preparations mount for the renovation of the…
July 23, 2014

Police Reports

by Josh Kulla
POLICE REPORTS The Wilsonville Police Department is run under contract with the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office. All reports listed here are public record and are in chronological order. All…
July 23, 2014

Wilsonville Rotarians elect 2014-15 officers

by The Spokesman
Weekly luncheons are open to the public at Al Kader Shrine Center The Rotary Club of Wilsonville installed a new president and board Friday, June 13 at Charbonneau Country Club. Taking the helm…
by: REVIEW PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - New traffic signs from ODOT, including this one on Kruse Way near the intersection of I5 and 217, are designed to ease congestion by offering information on drive times.
July 22, 2014

ODOT flips the switch on more Highway 217 traffic signs

by Gary M. Stein
Advisory speeds, real-time information designed to improve safety, reduce congestion New signs designed to improve safety, reduce secondary crashes and provide drivers with real-time travel…
by: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP:  JOHN SCHRAG - John Bennett put a final bit of elbow grease into this 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900 Touring Berlinetta  which is on display at today's  Forest Grove Concours d'Elegance.
July 20, 2014

Classic cars converge in Forest Grove

by John Schrag
You can see more than 300 stunning automobiles at Pacific University today It required an unexpected tromp through a wheat field, but one of the most celebrated cars in the Pacific Northwest…
July 17, 2014

Read my lips: CCC's $90M bond won't affect taxpayers

by Raymond Rendleman
Will you support Clackamas Community College’s $90 million bond measure to build a Industrial/Technical Learning Center and DeJardin Science Addition in Oregon City for various skilled trades…
July 17, 2014

CCC, Oregon Tech sign reverse transfer agreement

by The Clackamas Review
More students in Oregon will have the opportunity to be credited with an associate's degree while earning a bachelor's degree through a new "Reverse Transfer" agreement, signed last week between…
by: CREDIT: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP:  JOHN SCHRAG - This 1938 Alfa Romeo got a lot of attention Saturday morning on Main Street Forest Grove, where a parade of classic cars set out for a Vineyard Driving Tour as part of the weekend festivities surrounding the  Forest Grove Concours d’Elegance.
July 19, 2014

Classic cars converge in Oregon

by John Schrag
You can see more than 300 stunning automobiles in Forest Grove on Sunday If you see some head-turning cars around the Portland area this weekend, don’t be surprised. The Forest Grove Concours…
July 16, 2014

Neighbors block AT&T cell tower proposal

by Raymond Rendleman
State board decides on property's use, not potential resale value Beavercreek neighbors will have plenty of cause to celebrate after the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals decision released last…

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Jul 16, 2014

ID theft up in county

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Identity theft is up 28 percent, though overall crime is down slightly, according to a new report on 2013 crime statistics released July 10 from the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office. The…
by: REVIEW, TIDINGS PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - Emily Siebes life was once dominated by pain. Now, she and her family can look forward to the future.
Jul 16, 2014

Conquering pain

by Cliff Newell
Dr. David Farley opens Pain Relief of Oregon in West Linn Amanda Siebe had tried almost everything to rid herself of the excruciating pain she suffered from complex regional pain syndrome…
Jul 16, 2014

Honk if you think traffic stinks

by Pamplin Media Group
ODOT rolls out new smart signs to help drivers avoid trouble If you’re like many people, you’ve noticed that traffic is worse this summer. That’s not just a matter of perception, says Oregon…
Jul 16, 2014

Dads Who Diaper ready to help new fathers

by Cliff Newell
Website offers tips, advice for taking care of babies A new father is home alone with his baby for the first time while Mom is out playing cards with her friends. Suddenly, the infant starts…
Jul 16, 2014

Out-of-state groups boost GMO labeling plan

by Peter Wong
Qualifying effort tops $1 million, makes ballot in November Out-of-state groups raised most of the money for the Oregon effort to qualify a ballot initiative requiring labels on genetically…
by: SPOKESMAN FILE PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - The Aurora Colony Museum will play host to the 40th anniversary celebration July 20 of the Willamette Valley Herb Society.
Jul 16, 2014

Herb society marks 40 years

by Josh Kulla
Learn how to use herbs in a variety of ways during anneversary celebration The Willamette Valley Herb Society is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year and you’re invited to the party. The…
by: SPOKESMAN PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Work is already underway on demolition of SW 110th Avenue. In its place a new Villebois Drive North will connect with Tooze Road and the Boeckman Bridge, shown here in the background.
Jul 16, 2014

New streets in Villebois mean changes for local drivers

by Josh Kulla
Closure of SW 110th Avenue means four months of detours around Villebois Work on the new Tonquin Woods residential development in Wilsonville’s Villebois development got underway some months…
by: MULTNOMAH COUNTY JAIL - Brandon Cullen, 36, of Wilsonville, shown in this Multnomah County Jail booking photo, was ruled to have acted in self-defense in a July 5 case in which he allegedly stabbed three people.
Jul 15, 2014

Charges dropped in Government Island triple stabbing

by KOIN 6 Television
Grand jury finds Wilsonville man Brandon Cullen acted in self-defense PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN 6) — All charges were dropped against the man who was arrested for stabbing three people at a giant…
Jul 14, 2014

Washington County enacts outdoor burn ban

by Josh Kulla
North Wilsonville is part of Washington County; falls under ban's jurisdiction The Washington County Fire Defense Board, in cooperation with the Oregon Department of Forestry, has enacted a burn…
by: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Lindsey Reinhart, in her closed dispensary, is the chief petitioner for a ballot initiative to repeal Clackamas Countys moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries.
Jul 11, 2014

Petition takes aim at medical marijuana shop moratorium

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Clackamas County officials worried about impact of drug Four years ago, Lindsey Rinehart was a zombie, barely moving from her couch. The former Idaho resident had been suffering from multiple…




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