Town Center Loop East buffer zones explained

Town Center Loop East buffer zones explained

Motorists and cyclists traveling on Town Center Loop East recently may have noticed some new...

MPJ Mobility helps people with disabilities stay on the road

MPJ Mobility helps people with disabilities stay on the road

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Get fit - anytime of the day

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Need that Super Bowl ticket framed? Here's the answer

Need that Super Bowl ticket framed? Here's the answer

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PHOTO GALLERY: America's Veterans honored at Nov. 11 commemoration

PHOTO GALLERY: America's Veterans honored at Nov. 11 commemoration

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Photo Credit: CLACKAMAS COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE - Police say these men are suspects in the Nov. 24 theft of tobacco products from two Wilsonville convenience stores.
November 26, 2014

Wilsonville police seek men in tobacco heist

by Josh Kulla
Two convenience stores hit by tobacco thieves in what police say is a planned crime Wilsonville Police are looking for two suspects in what they think is the planned theft of a large quantity of…
November 26, 2014

Our Table opens organic grocery store

by Ray Pitz
Walking into the new Our Table Cooperative grocery store, customers are greeted by a brightly lit, 30-foot-tall vaulted ceiling in the atrium. But it’s taking those few extra steps that will…
November 26, 2014

Coalition seeks new way to fund roadwork

by Peter Wong
Linking future gasoline tax increases with fuel efficiency of cars is endorsed by a coalition of transportation users, local governments and environmental groups. The proposal is part of a…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - This little red rooster was found and taken in before a bad fate could befall it. Hes now sharing his new home on a local farm with about 20 hens.
November 26, 2014

Now, here's something to crow about!

by Cliff Newell
A certain little red rooster has a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving season. The young bird was recently found wandering between Stafford Road and Luscher Farm. Instead of leaving the…
November 26, 2014

Mitigation adds $250K to Kinsman extension

by The Spokesman
Growth can be an expensive proposition for a city like Wilsonville. Take, for example, a simple road project: the long-planned Kinsman Road Extension Project that would connect Barber and…
November 26, 2014

Barber Street project expected to be noisy

by The Spokesman
The city of Wilsonville is continuing work on the new Barber Street road extension project, which began Nov. 10 with work on a 410-foot long bridge across the Coffee Creek wetland and Seely…
November 26, 2014

Police Reports

by The Spokesman
The Wilsonville Police Department is run under contract with the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office. All reports listed here are public record and all persons named herein are considered innocent…
November 26, 2014

Proposed sports complex could further tourism goals

by The Spokesman
A recent proposal put before the City Council to build a local sports complex would alleviate mounting pressure on existing facilities and further the city’s tourism ambitions by drawing more…
November 26, 2014

Council would overseetourism committee

by The Spokesman
It hasn’t yet named its first member, but people are already gearing up to pitch ideas to a future Wilsonville tourism promotion committee. Foremost among them is a concept from Tualatin-based…
November 26, 2014

Agency caught in former deputy's fight

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Clackamas County Sheriff's Office focus of complaint as domestic violence dispute boils over Former Clackamas County Sheriff's Deputy Donny Hollis is convinced that he has been wronged. By his…

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Nov 26, 2014

WildCat Haven faces lawsuit

by Katy Sword
Just shy of a year since the death of Renee Radziwon-Chapman, her family has filed a $6 million lawsuit against WildCat Haven Sanctuary and its owners, Mike and Cheryl Tuller. Radziwon-Chapman…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Twelve of the 39 pending marijuana cases in Clackamas County will be dismissed under a new policy announced by the district attorney's office.
Nov 24, 2014

Clackamas County lightens up on marijuana charges

by Saundra Sorenson
In anticipation of Measure 91, many charges will be dismissed Good news for anyone facing a criminal marijuana charge in Clackamas County: Your case may be dismissed, or the charges may be…
Nov 23, 2014

Four Wilsonville area juveniles caught burglarizing school

by Jim Redden
Four juveniles have been arrested for burglarizing the Boones Ferry Primary School in Wilsonville on Saturday. The names of the juveniles have not been released. Three are 14 and one is 13. All…
Nov 19, 2014

Clackamas County immigrants favor OC, Happy Valley

by Raymond Rendleman
Oregon experiencing boom in number of people moving here - This week, Portland State University’s Population Research Center (PRC) released its preliminary 2014 population estimates, showing…
Photo Credit: SPOKESMAN FILE PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Memorial Park was overhauled earlier this year, with parking added and longstanding stormwater issues addressed. The result is a statewide award for excellence.
Nov 19, 2014

City projects earn statewide public works awards

by Josh Kulla
Memorial Park overhaul and Morey's Landing outfall recognized for excellence The Oregon Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) recently recognized two projects by the City of…
Photo Credit: SPOKESMAN FILE PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Community volunteers work at Memorial Park during the city's annual WERK Day in May. Now, the park's master plan will be getting an overhaul with an eye on the future.
Nov 19, 2014

News In Brief

by Josh Kulla
‘Bus Stop’ auditions to be held by appointment Auditions for the Wilsonville Theater Company’s winter production, “Bus Stop,” will be held by appointment only Dec. 3 and Dec. 4 from 6-9 p.m. at…
Nov 19, 2014

Police Reports

by Josh Kulla
The Wilsonville Police Department is run under contract with the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office. All reports are public record and all persons named therein are considered innocent of all…
Photo Credit: SPOKESMAN FILE PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Kathryn Whittaker was named the 2014 First Citizen last February at the annual Heart of Gold Banquet. Nominations are now being accepted for the 2015 First Citizen award.
Nov 19, 2014

Rotary now accepting'First Citizen' nominations

by The Spokesman
Many people contribute to making Wilsonville a better community to live and do business in — but volunteers are the ones who truly set the pace. That’s why the Rotary Club of Wilsonville has…
Photo Credit: CLACKAMAS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - Christopher Wilborn
Nov 16, 2014

'Relationship advice' leads to stabbing

by Jim Redden
A discussion about a personal relationship escalated into a stabbing in Wilsonville on Saturday. Woodburn resident Christopher Wilborn, 54, is charged with assault in the second degree and…
Photo Credit: SPOKESMAN FILE PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - The Wilsonville Police Department stresses community-based policing, including bike patrols, shown here. While not every city can be compared in an apples-to-apples manner, Wilsonville still recorded a much lower violent crime rate than other cities of comparable size across the country in 2013.
Nov 14, 2014

FBI numbers show Wilsonville with a relatively low crime rate

by Josh Kulla
Figures show Wilsonville with less than half the violent crime rate of other cities its size The Federal Bureau of Investigation recently released its 2013 national crime statistics, and it…




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