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CCC will host virtual concert

CCC will host virtual concert

Canby Herald - News
The community college's music students will present an online concert live on Friday, March 12
Fire and Police calls

Fire and Police calls

Canby Herald - News
A look at the calls responded to by the Canby, Molalla, and Aurora fire and police departments recently
Limited fans now allowed for football, volleyball, soccer

Limited fans now allowed for football, volleyball, soccer

Canby Herald - News
Senior football parents can watch from weight room; volleyball, soccer players get two fans per game
Meetings open for people who wish to speak, if they register

Meetings open for people who wish to speak, if they register

Canby Herald - News
Clackamas County updates changes to public comments; now registration can happen five minutes after start of sessions.
Oregon counties considered at extreme risk given two-week…

Oregon counties considered at extreme risk given two-week…

Canby Herald - News
Decision to waive some COVID-19 safety restrictions 'recognizing challenges businesses encounter when facing a switch back and forth between extreme…
Lawmakers poised to extend Oregon foreclosures hiatus

Lawmakers poised to extend Oregon foreclosures hiatus

Canby Herald - News
Renewal would narrow scope to residential property; original ban ended in December.
Clackamas County commission addresses 'State of the County'

Clackamas County commission addresses 'State of the County'

Canby Herald - News
North Clackamas Chamber hosts elected officials for discussion on priorities for coming year
Clackamas County likely to remain at 'moderate risk'

Clackamas County likely to remain at 'moderate risk'

Canby Herald - News
Despite small spike last week, COVID-19 infection numbers remaining steady.
Clackamas Community College considers cutting programs

Clackamas Community College considers cutting programs

Canby Herald - News
In effort to save $1.3 million, theater, nursing, horticulture and more are on chopping block
Canby students are back in the buildings

Canby students are back in the buildings

Canby Herald - News
In-person/hybrid learning underway for grades K-3; older students to return this month
Molalla, Canby listed in top 10 safest cities in Oregon

Molalla, Canby listed in top 10 safest cities in Oregon

Canby Herald - News
Molalla holds the number one spot, with Canby coming in as the 10th safest in the state
Arborist's advice for tree cleanup in Willamette Valley

Arborist's advice for tree cleanup in Willamette Valley

Canby Herald - News
Clackamas County agency speaks with expert in management following historic ice storm
Clackamas Community College plans virtual concert

Clackamas Community College plans virtual concert

Canby Herald - News
March 12 end-of-term event includes performances by the chamber choir, wind ensemble and classical guitar ensemble.
Sonya Fischer reverses vote on Mark Shull's liaison…

Sonya Fischer reverses vote on Mark Shull's liaison…

Canby Herald - News
Clackamas County commissioner said she hasn't seen any change from embattled official since board censured him in January for bigoted statements.
Clackamas County keeps alive its fund from vehicle…

Clackamas County keeps alive its fund from vehicle…

Canby Herald - News
Commissioners vote 3-2 against asking voters in November whether to repeal fee
Clackamas County's second-longest serving judge set to…

Clackamas County's second-longest serving judge set to…

Canby Herald - News
Douglas Van Dyk plans to step down on April 30; Gov. Kate Brown to appoint replacement
Feds vaccine promise means more doses for Oregon

Feds vaccine promise means more doses for Oregon

Canby Herald - News
Every county is expected to get Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine beginning in March.
Clackamas Community College equips kids with craft supplies

Clackamas Community College equips kids with craft supplies

Canby Herald - News
Environmental Learning Center's Nature Spy Explorer kits keep children exploring
Clackamas County Master Gardeners launch webinar series

Clackamas County Master Gardeners launch webinar series

Canby Herald - News
Sherry Sheng: 'When classes were offered in person, fast pacing left little time for exchanges with the audience.'
Brown makes one-year COVID-19 anniversary statement

Brown makes one-year COVID-19 anniversary statement

Canby Herald - News
The first known case of the novel coronavirus in Oregon was confirmed on Feb. 28, 2020.
Schrader opposed, but U.S. House passes Biden's $1.9…

Schrader opposed, but U.S. House passes Biden's $1.9…

Canby Herald - News
Three Oregon Democrats vote yes, but 5th District member joins Republicans in opposition.
913 landlords apply to $150M relief fund so far

913 landlords apply to $150M relief fund so far

Canby Herald - News
Oregon Landlord Compensation Fund deluged with applicants, prompting official to extend the deadline.
Police and fire logs

Police and fire logs

Canby Herald - News
A look at the calls responded to by police and fire departments in the area over the last couple of weeks
COVID vaccine could be available for everyone by July 1

COVID vaccine could be available for everyone by July 1

Canby Herald - News
Timeline shifts as more doses could become available for states under Biden administration.
Do you know an Amazing Kid?

Do you know an Amazing Kid?

Canby Herald - News
Pamplin Media is looking for young people who make a difference in their communities - and you can help.
Canby celebrates high school seniors with car parade

Canby celebrates high school seniors with car parade

Canby Herald - News
Staff, cheerleaders, dance team and Casey the Cougar cheer on the class of 2021.
No spectators allowed at high school sporting events

No spectators allowed at high school sporting events

Canby Herald - News
TRL principals: 'We know it will not be the same without friends and family in the stands this spring'
Hope Village has no COVID-19 cases

Hope Village has no COVID-19 cases

Canby Herald - News
Despite the OHA continuing to report on an 'active outbreak,' the campus presently has zero cases.
No more 'Lady' Vikings

No more 'Lady' Vikings

Molalla Pioneer - News
School district concludes females no longer need the qualifier; all are simply 'Vikings.'
Sunday breakfast returns

Sunday breakfast returns

Canby Herald - News
The Canby American Legion Auxiliary will return at last to indoor meals March 7

Oregon's patchwork of pandemic rules raises ethical…

Canby Herald - News
Oregon's patchwork of pandemic rules raises ethical…
'Why are elderly in group homes vaccinated, but the elderly living on their own must wait? Why are teachers more important than the grocery store…

Senate Republicans revive walkout as a political…

Canby Herald - News
Senate Republicans revive walkout as a political…
Their absence, aimed at Democratic Gov. Brown, shuts down an Oregon Senate session.

Gov. Brown extends COVID-19 state of emergency…

Canby Herald - News
Gov. Brown extends COVID-19 state of emergency…
The officially declared state of emergency will last another 60 days, until May 2, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced.

PGE pledges $75K in assistance to Clackamas County…

Canby Herald - News
PGE pledges $75K in assistance to Clackamas County…
CEO Maria Pope summarizes power company's recovery efforts following historic ice storm

Clackamas board votes 3-2 in support of sheriff's…

Canby Herald - News
Clackamas board votes 3-2 in support of sheriff's…
Proposed 12-cent increase per $1,000 of assessed value in county's local option property tax will come before voters in May

Oregon COVID-19 county risk levels drop as virus…

Canby Herald - News
Oregon COVID-19 county risk levels drop as virus…
'We are seeing great progress in stopping the spread of COVID-19 across Oregon and saving lives.'

Clackamas public health officials: 'Keep up your…

Canby Herald - News
Clackamas public health officials: 'Keep up your…
County moves into 'moderate risk,' additional capacity at bars, restaurants, gyms opens Friday, Feb. 26.

State tax collections buck pandemic unemployment…

Canby Herald - News
State tax collections buck pandemic unemployment…
Legislative economists tell lawmakers that federal aid has made a difference, but growth will slow.

Tri-county agency head to discuss Metro's expanding…

Canby Herald - News
Tri-county agency head to discuss Metro's expanding…
Metro leader Lynn Peterson on Friday will discuss agency serving Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties.

Clackamas public health officials: 'Keep up your…

Canby Herald - News
Clackamas public health officials: 'Keep up your…
Clackamas County moves into 'moderate risk,' additional capacity at bars, restaurants, gyms opens Friday, Feb. 26.

North Clackamas Chamber to hold State of County…

Canby Herald - News
North Clackamas Chamber to hold State of County…
Business leaders, public are welcome to join at noon Wednesday, March 3, via Zoom

Metro proposes waste collection site near Clackamas…

Canby Herald - News
Metro proposes waste collection site near Clackamas…
Proposal to purchase 26-acre parcel close to Highway 212 receives frigid response from county commission

Event center survives ice, looks to 2021

Canby Herald - News
Event center survives ice, looks to 2021
Tree limbs came down, but the future of events at the fairgrounds remains a murky proposition at best.

Oregon redistricting mess could be headed to court

Canby Herald - News
Oregon redistricting mess could be headed to court
Delayed federal Census data is gumming up the works for state lawmakers, other legislatures across the nation.

COVID-19: Washington, Clackamas, other counties…

Canby Herald - News
COVID-19: Washington, Clackamas, other counties…
The latest update comes as Oregon is showing a decrease in reported COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.

Council gives OK to meeting time change

Canby Herald - News
Council gives OK to meeting time change
Council meetings will move from 7 to 7:30 p.m. in March, with flexibility to move meeting times in future

Jada Rupley to retire from leading education…

Canby Herald - News
Jada Rupley to retire from leading education…
'It's been a privilege to close out my career here in Clackamas County and strengthen the work of our regional ESD in supporting 10 school districts.'

Clackamas County to require registration to speak…

Canby Herald - News
Clackamas County to require registration to speak…
Move at suggestion of Tootie Smith follows multi-week inundation of calls for Commissioner Mark Shull to resign.

Hundreds take aim at Senate gun bill

Canby Herald - News
Hundreds take aim at Senate gun bill
Hearing on legislation allowing jurisdictions to ban legally carried firearms in public buildings draws some praise, a lot of criticism.

Battle to restore power continues

Canby Herald - News
Battle to restore power continues
PGE crews are on the job, but in some spots restoring power has proven to be more of a struggle than anticipated

County, Oregon National Guard set welfare checks

Canby Herald - News
County, Oregon National Guard set welfare checks
The in-person door-to-door checks began over the weekend to ensure residents have what they need to be safe

Oregon reports low rate of COVID-19 cases and deaths

Canby Herald - News
Oregon reports low rate of COVID-19 cases and deaths
The newest official figures are well below the state's percent of the national population, case count and fatalities.

National Guard assigned to Clackamas, Marion…

Canby Herald - News
National Guard assigned to Clackamas, Marion…
The troops will help provide relief in counties still hit hard by the winter storm.

Lawmakers will seek outside help for redistricting…

Canby Herald - News
Lawmakers will seek outside help for redistricting…
Lack of census data, tight deadlines spur Legislature to consider its limited options.

Report: Ethnic groups have harder access to…

Canby Herald - News
Report: Ethnic groups have harder access to…
The Oregon Health Authority releases the report on the same day it reports 492 new cases and no new deaths.

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue opening vaccination…

Canby Herald - News
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue opening vaccination…
The site, which opens Monday, is for qualified residents and city and county employees.

Applications now open for $150M Oregon landlord…

Canby Herald - News
Applications now open for $150M Oregon landlord…
Oregon Housing and Community Services is now accepting applications online for Landlord Compensation Fund program.

Storm resource centers open throughout Clackamas…

Canby Herald - News
Storm resource centers open throughout Clackamas…
Those without power can find blankets, flashlights, lanterns, batteries, snacks, hand warmers and more.

Baker Prairie Middle School students put caring…

Canby Herald - News
Baker Prairie Middle School students put caring…
They sent notes to Hope Village Assisted Living, make staff thank-you posters and more

Charitable fundraiser persists through storm

Molalla Pioneer - News
Charitable fundraiser persists through storm
One Share the Love BBQ fundraiser happened amid storm, thanks to RJ's Smokehouse and BBQ Joint.

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