Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

'Slice' returns in August

'Slice' returns in August

Canby Herald - News
The Slice of Summer concert series returns in 2021 with a pair of musical performances at Wait Park.
Clackamas Community College to receive third Metallica grant

Clackamas Community College to receive third Metallica grant

Canby Herald - News
CCC to use $25,000 for automotive, welding and industrial technology programs
Cody Weston appointed as new Clackamas County circuit judge

Cody Weston appointed as new Clackamas County circuit judge

Canby Herald - News
Oregon native, West Linn resident fills vacancy left by retirement of Douglas Van Dyk
Rising delta variant tosses wrench into state's COVID fight

Rising delta variant tosses wrench into state's COVID fight

Canby Herald - News
Health officials battling both vaccine hesitancy and 'a stubborn foe' in the virus
County slates town hall on wildfire preparedness

County slates town hall on wildfire preparedness

Canby Herald - News
The Aug. 4 event will be held via Zoom; residents urged to submit questions or comments
County to launch Preparedness Council to plan for disasters

County to launch Preparedness Council to plan for disasters

Canby Herald - News
Spurred by three federally declared disasters in 2020-21, Clackamas County Commssioners announce move
Canby, Molalla and Aurora Fire & Police calls

Canby, Molalla and Aurora Fire & Police calls

Canby Herald - News
A look at the calls responded to by the police and fire districts in Canby, Molalla and Aurora for the 7/28/21 issue
Briefs: Celebrate Molalla coming soon, free backpacks…

Briefs: Celebrate Molalla coming soon, free backpacks…

Canby Herald - News
The Celebrate Molalla and Apple Festival events are returning in September, and TCC Wireless is holding a free backpack event in August
Aurora research facility moving slowly in reopening

Aurora research facility moving slowly in reopening

Canby Herald - News
The North Willamette Research and Extension Center has begun the process, but will move with care
Clackamas Community College to receive third Metallica grant

Clackamas Community College to receive third Metallica grant

Canby Herald - News
CCC to use $25,000 for automotive, welding and industrial technology programs
Metro report: Racist threats common at waste transfer…

Metro report: Racist threats common at waste transfer…

Canby Herald - News
Investigation unable to conclude that a noose-shaped rope found in Oregon City was left with malice
PGE, Clackamas County release disaster preparedness videos

PGE, Clackamas County release disaster preparedness videos

Canby Herald - News
Chair Tootie Smith teams up with CEO Maria Pope to provide public safety tips ahead of wildfire season
Ex-Clackamas deputy, Coffee Creek jailer has badge revoked

Ex-Clackamas deputy, Coffee Creek jailer has badge revoked

Canby Herald - News
An Oregon state agency decertified Patricia Winnie for life after determining she fled the scene of a Canby crash.
Dave Hunt resigns from Clackamas Community College board

Dave Hunt resigns from Clackamas Community College board

Canby Herald - News
Elected official cited for commercial sexual solicitation asked to step down by fellow board members.
Search for new NWREC director extended

Search for new NWREC director extended

Canby Herald - News
A second national search is about to begin for the top spot at Aurora facility after first search was terminated.
Clackamas Fire hosts town hall in Eagle Creek

Clackamas Fire hosts town hall in Eagle Creek

Canby Herald - News
Community members could ask questions about wildfire season during the gathering at Eagle Creek Station 18
Clackamas County resident named Miss Rodeo Oregon Sweetheart

Clackamas County resident named Miss Rodeo Oregon Sweetheart

Canby Herald - News
Eight-year-old Dalaney Hope Coppage to participate in county rodeo and fair from Aug 17-21
Oregon pushes to help people find jobs as federal benefits…

Oregon pushes to help people find jobs as federal benefits…

Canby Herald - News
In-person meetings will supplement telephone calls and online help for job seekers in a recovering economy.
Want to test the city's new website?

Want to test the city's new website?

Canby Herald - News
Volunteer to review and provide feedback on new city of Canby site for chance to win local gift cards
Input needed to shape future of Canby's parks

Input needed to shape future of Canby's parks

Canby Herald - News
Public invited to weigh in on new Parks Master Plan at forum Thursday, July 29
Clackamas County approves $3M advance for supportive housing

Clackamas County approves $3M advance for supportive housing

Canby Herald - News
Metro agreement gives commissioners option to request an additional $2 million if needed
Hotter, bigger, faster: Oregon faces historic fire season

Hotter, bigger, faster: Oregon faces historic fire season

Canby Herald - News
Governor, officials push for more preparedness as huge fires burn hundreds of acres, COVID variant looms.
Redistricting fight begins with Dems battling Dems

Redistricting fight begins with Dems battling Dems

Canby Herald - News
In one corner is an unhappy congressional delegation; in other corner is deal-making House Speaker Tina Kotek
OLCC to become Oregon Liquor & Cannabis Commission

OLCC to become Oregon Liquor & Cannabis Commission

Canby Herald - News
Name change recognizes new responsibilities under legislation from House Bill 3000
Canby Civic Center resumes full operations

Canby Civic Center resumes full operations

Canby Herald - News
City announces new hours for the Civic Center, the last public factility to fully open to the public
Clackamas County postpones pawnshop rules amid controversy

Clackamas County postpones pawnshop rules amid controversy

Canby Herald - News
Secondhand dealers say new regulation requiring them to photograph all acquired items is too big of a burden
College Life

College Life

Canby Herald - News
Here's a look at how college students with local lties did academically - from honor rolls to degrees
County receives parkland from former principal

County receives parkland from former principal

Canby Herald - News
Retired educators John and Marilee Wetten's gift north of Canby is valued about more than $523,000
Canby has 'FOG' on the brain

Canby has 'FOG' on the brain

Canby Herald - News
City's wastewater treatment facility has begun a campaign to remind folks of issues with fat, oils and grease
Wildfire prep webinar slated for July 28

Wildfire prep webinar slated for July 28

Canby Herald - News
The class, which focuses on wildfire preparedness in Clackamas County, will offer tips and advice

Fire & Police

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Fire & Police
A look at fire and police calls responded to in the Canby/Molalla/Aurora area for the July 21, 2021 issue.

Canby woman receives seed scholarship

Canby Herald - News
Canby woman receives seed scholarship
Oregon Seed Association awards Lisa Loscutoff its Memorial Scholarship to further her studies

Clackamas County golfers, cops fundraise for…

Canby Herald - News
Clackamas County golfers, cops fundraise for…
Sixth-annual Officer Mulligan Charity Golf Tournament tees off Friday, July 23

Dave Hunt resigns from Clackamas Community College…

Canby Herald - News
Dave Hunt resigns from Clackamas Community College…
Elected official cited for commercial sexual solicitation asked to step down by fellow board members.

Women, minorities, young affected most in pandemic…

Canby Herald - News
Women, minorities, young affected most in pandemic…
Employment Department report finds implications for Oregon economic recovery now under way.

Aurora boy attends space camp

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Aurora boy attends space camp
The Huntsville, Alabama, facility focuses on STEM programs that have been developed for NASA training.

Clackamas County approves $12.5M for businesses,…

Canby Herald - News
Clackamas County approves $12.5M for businesses,…
American Rescue Plan Act funds boost efforts toward economic recovery post-pandemic

Lori Chavez-DeRemer to run for Schrader's seat in…

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Lori Chavez-DeRemer to run for Schrader's seat in…
Law-and-order candidate vows to promote 'America First' policies if elected next year.

Tootie Smith refutes claims of 'insensitivity' to…

Canby Herald - News
Tootie Smith refutes claims of 'insensitivity' to…
Clackamas County chair says 'good relations' with Metro regional government are at stake over noose incident

'Get the hell outta here': Fire evacuates homes…

Canby Herald - News
'Get the hell outta here': Fire evacuates homes…
Blaze rages above Highway 99E north of Canby as several agencies respond to wildfire.

Clackamas Community College asks Dave Hunt to step…

Canby Herald - News
Clackamas Community College asks Dave Hunt to step…
Elected official arrested for commercial sexual solicitation condemned by fellow board members.

Clackamas County temporarily funds Metro housing…

Canby Herald - News
Clackamas County temporarily funds Metro housing…
Commissioners keep those at risk for homelessness afloat until accord reached with regional government

Former Clackamas detective seeks early release from…

Canby Herald - News
Former Clackamas detective seeks early release from…
Floyd Marsh sentenced to be behind bars until March 2023, but his wife says he was wrongfully convicted

Clackamas Education Service District schedules job…

Canby Herald - News
Clackamas Education Service District schedules job…
Agency provides specialized services to children throughout county's 10 school districts.

Webinar to cover wildfire preparedness in Clackamas…

Canby Herald - News
Webinar to cover wildfire preparedness in Clackamas…
Free program part of the OSU Extension's 'Fire aware. Fire prepared.' campaign.

Oregon Capitol opens to public for first time in 16…

Canby Herald - News
Oregon Capitol opens to public for first time in 16…
Self-guided tours will be allowed as visitor services and Capitol Bookstore reopen.

Pandemic makes a big impact on Oregon workforce

Canby Herald - News
Pandemic makes a big impact on Oregon workforce
Survey says many Oregonians seek better opportunities, more job security as labor market heats up.

Free life jacket giveaway is Sunday

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Free life jacket giveaway is Sunday
Coastal is offering 600 free life jackets to childen ages 12 and under to help with water safety this summer

Survey: Clackamas County residents prefer cottage…

Canby Herald - News
Survey: Clackamas County residents prefer cottage…
Over 520 residents less inclined to choose townhomes, triplexes among denser housing options mandated by state law

Extreme heat, early wildfires part of 'new normal,'…

Canby Herald - News
Extreme heat, early wildfires part of 'new normal,'…
More than 800 people sought help from heat-related medical issues; heat wave added to 18 months of catastrophes.

CCC slates drive-thru job fair

Canby Herald - News
CCC slates drive-thru job fair
The July 14 jobs event will have more than 20 employers at the Oregon City campus looking to make hires.

Fire & Police

Canby Herald - News
Fire & Police
A look at the calls for fire districts and police departments within the Canby, Aurora and Molalla areas

In Brief

Canby Herald - News
In Brief
A look at some things going on in the Canby and Molalla areas - rummage sale, board meeting, COVID-19 vaccinations

College Life

Canby Herald - News
College Life
A look at some local students who have achieved academic honors at colleges such as Oklahoma State and Oregon State

Canby launches new employment website

Canby Herald - News
Canby launches new employment website
City updates the job search and application process to aid recruitment and selection process

OSU Extension reopens Oregon City office

Canby Herald - News
OSU Extension reopens Oregon City office
The full campus will open July 12 with services up and running at full capacity after 16 months of closure

Clackamas County wildfire response: 'We must do…

Canby Herald - News
Clackamas County wildfire response: 'We must do…
Board Chair Tootie Smith adamant that preparedness needs all-around improvement in 2021

Lawmakers approve big bucks for bypass, other local…

Canby Herald - News
Lawmakers approve big bucks for bypass, other local…
Combination of state and federal money could boost plans for both Newberg-Dundee bypass and Aurora-Donald I-5 interchange.

Free virtual marketing workshop offered to local…

Canby Herald - News
Free virtual marketing workshop offered to local…
National advertising expert Mike Blinder will host a 45-minute workshop on Wednesday, July 14, at 9 a.m., offering ideas to help local business…

CCC board adjusts tuition

Canby Herald - News
CCC board adjusts tuition
Clackamas Community College Board recently approved an adjustment to the 2021-22 tuition costs.

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