City council to talk hemp sales

Canby Herald - News
Councilors wlil consider whether hemp products can be sold within the city limits

Canby Planning Commission looks at subdivision

Canby Herald - News
Planning commission was looking at issues and questions over the Beck Pond subdivision

Canby councilors OK Redwood Landing plan

Canby Herald - News
Despite some confusion during the more than two hour public hearing, plan gets the OK

Eighth-graders bid middle school farewell

Canby Herald - News
Baker Prairie Middle School and Ninety One School celebrated outgoing eighth-graders last week

A 'Season of Spanish' coming

Canby Herald - News
Canby United Methodist Church will offer this special program running June 25 to Aug. 2

Aspen Meadow Band to play benefit for local foster kids

Clackamas Review - News
Free outdoor country music concert celebrating the innocence of childhood at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 16, at 24232 S. Upper Highland Road, Colton

Oyster festival on tap

Canby Herald - News
St. Josef's Winery will hold its annual Willamette Oyster Fest on Saturday, June 16

Ice cream and strawberries

Canby Herald - News
Smyrna United Church of Chris will hold its annual Strawberry/Ice Cream Festival on Saturday

Charting a definitive path

Canby Herald - News
Canby Chamber Director Kyle Lang lays out what he hopes to accomplish moving forward

Study gives Canby high marks on crime stats

Canby Herald - News
Canby gets tabbed seventh safest city for violent crimes, is No. 1 on property crimes chart

Music helps make a way to college

Canby Herald - News
Logan Gianella and Mikayle Golka sign letters of intent for music scholarships to in-state colleges

Something special in the air

Canby Herald - News
The Wings of Freedom tour arrives in Aurora this week with vintage WWII planes to check out

Yard of the Month

Canby Herald - News
The Canby Garden Club tabs a Hwy. 170 yard as its june recipient of the Yard of the Month

PHOTOS: Canby High School Graduation 2018

Canby Herald - News
The rain didn't stop thousands from showing up to celebrate Canby High School's class of 2018

Peter Pan and friends land on Canby stage

Canby Herald - News
Allegro's Musical Theatre department is presenting Peter Pan Jr. this month

North Clackamas Chamber announces winners

Clackamas Review - News
State Rep. Bill Kennemer being honored for lifetime achievement; Galli Murray of Clackamas County Behavioral Health to get the Joseph Krumm…

Canby water is OK

Canby Herald - News
Canby Utility has tested the water and will continue to test as the summer moves along

Sallee will run for Aurora mayor's seat

Canby Herald - News
The two-term city councilor will get her candidacy rolling with a kickoff party Saturday afternoon

Eccles kids place in top 2 percent in International Math…

Canby Herald - News
Eccles math team members in grades 4-5 scored in the top 50, 10 and 2 percent of participants in the contest

Homebrew, amateur wine deadlines coming

Canby Herald - News
The Oregon State Fair's homebrew beer and amateur wine competitions deadlines are approaching

a wee bit of FAIRE APPEAL

Canby Herald - News
The Oregon Renaissance Faire in Canby battled the elements, but those who arrived had a good time

Small Farm School set for July

Canby Herald - News
The event at Clackamas Community College will focus on issues and questions of small-acreage farmers

'Pints' to talk Heppner flood

Canby Herald - News
The monthly program will again meet in Canby's Antonia Ballroom to talk historical flooding

Social media threat of North Marion Middle School deemed…

Woodburn Independent - News
North Marion School District notified of threat Thursday afternoon, issued email that night to district parents

Music camp on tap

Canby Herald - News
Clackamas Community College will host a five-day music camp in July covering a variety of styles

Tips to happy trails

Canby Herald - News
Here are some etiquette tips to help make the most of using Canby's logging road trail

Canby Ferry open house on horizon

Canby Herald - News
The meeting at Canby Public Library will discuss the feasibility study that is being conducted

'Stacks' is back with music

Canby Herald - News
The Pickled Pepper Kitchen Band will hit the 'stacks' on Saturday with their unique sound

Offering heartfelt thanks

Canby Herald - News
The first-ever North Marion Community Recognition Night says 'thank you' to those who help

Swords, Shields, Flagons & Fun

Canby Herald - News
The Oregon Renaissance Faire is ready to launch two weekends of 1530's fun in Scotland

Summer Reading

Canby Herald - News
Canby Public Library's annual Summer Reading Program has begun, but is still taking sign-ups

North Marion Jazz Band wins state title

Canby Herald - News
In its first year at the state competition, NHMS's Jazz Band pulls the shocker with 4A title

Locals set to graduate at OSU

Canby Herald - News
The local area is well-represented as Oregon State University gets ready for graduation

A little fishing update

Canby Herald - News
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife offers some information for local streams and rivers

Expect summer delays near Oregon City for road resurfacing

Clackamas Review - News
Lane closures on Maplelane Road, Holly Lane, Ferguson Road could cause delays of 20 minutes, county officials say

2018 Rose Festival VIP winner chosen

Portland Tribune - News
The lucky winner in the Ultimate Rose Festival Experience Contest is from Aloha

Volunteers clean grave markers at Zion Memorial Cemetery

Canby Herald - News
Canby's Heritage and Landmark Commission held its third historic grave marker cleaning event

Find farm stands from your phone

Canby Herald - News
A smartphone friendly website by Oregon Farm Bureau helps locals easily find farm stands, u-pick fields and more.

Canby Gators holding plant fundraiser

Canby Herald - News
The swim Club is holding fundraiser to add permanent movable walls to structure

Free camping available on State Parks Day

Canby Herald - News
More than a dozen parks are holding free events on Saturday, June 2 for State Parks Day.

Mali visitor offers an international experience

Canby Herald - News
Alfousseni Sidibe is hoping to be part of change in his native Mali even as he visited with friends in Canby

Swackhamer passes 300 miles

Canby Herald - News
The intrepid Canby hiker continues to walk the Pacific Crest Trail with few problems

Lee fourth grade teacher honored with CARE Award

Canby Herald - News
Lee Elementary students dressed in ties to surprise this month's award winner-teacher Brian Huggins

For Sale: a 49,200-square-foot blank slate

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Hollywood Video mogul Mark Wattles' never-finished mega-mansion is up for auction

Camp for free

Canby Herald - News
Free camping day at Oregon State Parks will be on Saturday, June 2, around the state

A helpful collection

Canby Herald - News
Canby's postal letter carriers and volunteers get more than 8,000 pounds of food for Canby Center

Canby equestrians ride tall

Canby Herald - News
Canby High's OHSET squad deliveers good performances at this year's state competition in Redmond

Drazan wins HD39 Republican primary

Canby Herald - News
She and Graser-Lindsey will square off in November to fill Bill Kennemer's House seat

A trail of tasty adventure

Canby Herald - News
Oregon Mt. Hood Territory has put together a 'wine trail' highlighting area wineries

Theater auditions on tap

Canby Herald - News
Canby Community Theater will have auditions for its new production, 'All Shook Up'

CHS students hold anti-bullying week in aftermath…

Canby Herald - News
School and district staff as well as the community have come behind the students to address issues of bullying, prejudice and suicide.

Canby High School Choir takes third at state

Canby Herald - News
'Music is one of the purest and most beautiful forms of unity, for music is the language that everyone is fluent in.' -Senior Abigail Marine

Canby Reads program a success

Canby Herald - News
The community-wide Canby Reads program culminated in a library field trip and free books for kids

People of Providence - Meet R. Bryan Bell, M.D.,…

Portland Tribune - News
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A comedy of errors

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
WilsonvilleSTAGE to perform comedic farce 'Flaming Idiots' at three venues in or near Wilsonville

Poised for Pollination

Canby Herald - News
Young Garden Leaders at 91 School are doing some pretty amazing stuff in the area of pollination

Building owner to improve facade

Canby Herald - News
This month, Jon Berg will begin improvements on his building, three downtown store fronts

Canby Clinic offers unique options

Canby Herald - News
They offer a unique and trend-setting plan to make healthcare easier and less expensive

Rotarians put best 'Earth Day' foot forward

Canby Herald - News
Canby Rotary Club members planted 90 trees in the riparian zone of Willow Creek recently

NMHS students test their 'Skills'

Canby Herald - News
James Rhodes comes back from the competition with a bronze medal in extemporaneous speech

Clackamas County Clerk Sherry Hall will face runoff…

Clackamas Review - News
Sherry Healy and Pamela White, the two candidates trying to unseat incumbent, now down to just White

Paul Savas wins third term on Clackamas County…

Sandy Post - News
Savas - who was challenged by Oak Grove resident Peter Winter and Louise Lopes of Mulino - came in at 60 percent

Election results

Canby Herald - News
Drazan projected winner in Republican race for HD39, Hall will continue at county clerk

Christine Drazan wins House District 39 Republican…

Canby Herald - News
With the win, Drazan will face sole Democratic candidate Elizabeth Graser-Lindsey in the general election

Aurora Fire District levy count fails by 9 votes

Canby Herald - News
After unofficial results came in Tuesday night, Aurora Fire District levy won in Clackamas County but failed by votes from Marion County

A Saturday at the market

Canby Herald - News
Canby Farmer's Market is up and running every Saturday into August with plenty to see and do

Canby Library programs

Canby Herald - News
The racing legend of Andy Granatelli will be discussed during a special program at the library

Planning commission sets hearing

Canby Herald - News
The Canby Planning Commission will meet Monday, May 14, to look at a pair of issues

A different type of AG

Canby Herald - News
A Canby-area farm is digging into what community supported agriculture can and should be

Local designer creates inspiring spaces

Canby Herald - News
Heather French has officially launched a new interior decorating and design business: Inside Heather's Home

Want to celebrate Memorial Day early? How about…

Portland Tribune - Sustainable Life
Saturday, May 12, is Historical Cemetery Cleanup day, and projects are scheduled are the state.

Getting back to their roots

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Wilsonville Garden Club's plant sale benefits CCC horticulture program, aims to promote garden education

Getting 'Lonesome' musically

Canby Herald - News
Music in the Stacks will feature the unique musical talents of Lonesome Dewey on Saturday, May 12

Lee Elementary celebrates moms

Canby Herald - News
Lee Elementary's PTO celebrated with Muffins for Moms (and other special ladies) Wednesday

Carus teacher's positivity earns her local award

Canby Herald - News
Carus kindergarten teacher Nicole Nelson is April's Canby Area Recognition of Excellence Award recipient

Independence Day Celebration heating up

Canby Herald - News
Preparations for this year's event are underway; celebration will feature car show, parade and more

Council has busy evening

Canby Herald - News
Canby City Council works through a bevy of ordinances and discussions during council meeting

Getting 'Seussical'

Canby Herald - News
Baker Prairie Middle School will present 'Seussical, the Musical' May 10-12 at the fine arts center

Joint Relay event coming together

Canby Herald - News
Canby and Molalla are combining Relay for Life events into one, stronger package come June 23

Yard of the Month - May

Canby Herald - News
Canby Garden Club tabs Vern Hulit's Territorial Road yard as its first YOM for 2018

Disaster preparedness

Canby Herald - News
The Canby Public Library will hold a disaster preparedness class Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m.

A yard and garden bonanza

Canby Herald - News
Threatening skies don't slow the torrent of folks descending on Canby for the Spring Garden Fair

Cemetery clean-up coming

Canby Herald - News
Heritage and Landmark Commission will be at Zion Memorial Cemetery May 12 and needs volunteers

Trial of Canby resident accused in DUII…

Woodburn Independent - News
Vasilissa Kuzmin will stand trial in September for alleged killing of two men in car crash

Making of a principal

Canby Herald - News
Greg Dinse has traveled an interesting road toward becoming a principal at Canby High

Booster club fundraiser

Canby Herald - News
The Canby Booster Club will hold its annual casino night fundraiser on Saturday, May 5

Elementary student spreads her love of books

Canby Herald - News
Ten-year old MacKenzie Bigej held a book drive and collected more than 1,500 books for a Reading Mentors program

Exploring business and tech

Canby Herald - News
Canby High School recently hosted the Career & Technical Education summit to show off its programs

Canby P.E.O. sets fundraiser

Canby Herald - News
The Canby P.E.O. Chapter GA will hold its annual scholarship tea fundraiser on Saturday, May 5

Roll riders, roll

Canby Herald - News
The Canby High equestrian squad rolled to another league win, now eye state in Redmond

Harefest adds cancer fundraiser

Canby Herald - News
The annual tribute band event will be extended to July 15 to help reaise money for cancer research

Canby Garden Club hits 70

Canby Herald - News
The local club will have a bunch of projects going this year as it celebratees seven decades

Making it amazing

Canby Herald - News
Sailer Galusha-Mcrobbie was honored Monday at Pamplin Media Group's Amazing Kid event in Portland

Canby man faces charges

Canby Herald - News
James Frackowiak will faces charges of aggravated theft and securities fraud after recent arrest

Council has full slate coming

Canby Herald - News
The Canby City Council is looking at a full slate of issues for its Wednesday, May 2 meeting

Horse owner workshop set for May 5

Canby Herald - News
The Molalla event will focus on healthy pastures, paddock success and fire prevention methods

Region participates in National Drug Take Back Day

Portland Tribune - News
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day occurs on Saturday, April 28 across Oregon.

Quilts on display in Aurora

Canby Herald - News
The White Rabbit Bakery has a display of work from the Quilts for Empowerment program

Taste and find the valley's fine wine

Canby Herald - News
Local winemaker talks how to find great wine that won't make your wallet whine

Canby, Molalla have 'Star Spangled Banner'…

Canby Herald - News
Locals share about their relation to national anthem author Francis Scott Key

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