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DA: Jermelle Madison jailed in general unit despite…

DA: Jermelle Madison jailed in general unit despite…

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Inmate died from suicide in Clackamas County Jail days after he was screened for ongoing mental health issues
Hathhorn is newest Clackamas Community College board member

Hathhorn is newest Clackamas Community College board member

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Following resignation and guilty plea of Dave Hunt, Sunrise Water general manager appointed
Oregon struggling again to recover from COVID-19 spike

Oregon struggling again to recover from COVID-19 spike

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Latest OHSU forecast points to coronavirus cases remaining high until past Thanksgiving
Clackamas County Krayon Kids plan 'Nashville Bound 2.0'…

Clackamas County Krayon Kids plan 'Nashville Bound 2.0'…

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Children's production set for audiences in November at historic Barclay Theater
CCC seeks instructors, volunteers for new makerspace

CCC seeks instructors, volunteers for new makerspace

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Clackamas Community College nears completion on one-of-a-kind creative work space for public use
Clackamas County proclaims Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Clackamas County proclaims Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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Safe Place dedicated to providing free resources to survivors of intrapersonal abuse
Oregon City to tackle chronically abandoned buildings

Oregon City to tackle chronically abandoned buildings

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Happy Valley's code provides inspiration for dangerous structures attracting fires, nuisance complaints
Gladstone names new events manager, Public Works director

Gladstone names new events manager, Public Works director

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Darren Caniparoli comes from Sherwood, while Tiffany Kirkpatrick fills city's new community services position
Clackamas County Children's Center to benefit from…

Clackamas County Children's Center to benefit from…

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North Clackamas Chamber schedules annual event to help nonprofit organization
North Clackamas Chamber announces Women in Leadership…

North Clackamas Chamber announces Women in Leadership…

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This year's recipients honored for high-level achievements as executives and leaders
Great ShakeOut shows disaster preparedness goes beyond…

Great ShakeOut shows disaster preparedness goes beyond…

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Thursday's global earthquake drill helps people understand what it takes to survive a massive event
234 apartments to sprout along Milwaukie 'neighborhood…

234 apartments to sprout along Milwaukie 'neighborhood…

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7.2 acres will have five residential buildings with multiple garage and bike storage units
ODOT sues marina, Oregon City for I-205 bridge project land

ODOT sues marina, Oregon City for I-205 bridge project land

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State officials say judge might have to condemn property as dispute continues between city, Sportcraft Landing
Clackamas County board seek to calm heated policy disputes

Clackamas County board seek to calm heated policy disputes

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Board plans facilitated session to strengthen cooperation amid 'brewing conflict' among elected officials
Proposed Portland passenger ferry seeks federal funding

Proposed Portland passenger ferry seeks federal funding

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The Frog Ferry service connecting St. Johns with the South Waterfront is making progress, but still has a long voyage to reality.
Clackamas County commits $1.7M to supportive housing…

Clackamas County commits $1.7M to supportive housing…

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Metro-funded payout aids organizations targeting underserved populations as Webster Road renovation begins
ODOT seeks feedback on proposed projects for bikers,…

ODOT seeks feedback on proposed projects for bikers,…

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State says public survey will influence funding for four proposed traffic projects in Clackamas County
CCC launches transfer program with Arizona State University

CCC launches transfer program with Arizona State University

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MyPath2ASU offers Clackamas Community College students a seamless way to transition
Portland woman dies in Oak Grove crash involving three…

Portland woman dies in Oak Grove crash involving three…

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Oregon State Police: Mary Ring, 70, sustained fatal injuries after being rear-ended while stopped at a red light.
Congressional candidates search for footing in reshaped…

Congressional candidates search for footing in reshaped…

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'You have the largest geographical barrier in our state dividing a district that is united only because of political desire'
COVID weekly cases, hospitalizations decline in Clackamas…

COVID weekly cases, hospitalizations decline in Clackamas…

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Number of people hospitalized plummets nearly 68% as over 6,500 new vaccinations are administered for a second straight week
Portland, Clackamas state Sen. Kayse Jama seeks to retain…

Portland, Clackamas state Sen. Kayse Jama seeks to retain…

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Former executive director of Unite Oregon hopes to win election representing areas of Multnomah and Clackamas counties
Gladstone principal duct-taped to wall after fundraising…

Gladstone principal duct-taped to wall after fundraising…

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John Wetten jog-a-thon tops record by $9K; Education Foundation golfers net $17K
Milwaukie Rotarians donate $1,000 to elementary literacy…

Milwaukie Rotarians donate $1,000 to elementary literacy…

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Oregon Battle of the Books seeks to encourage and recognize students who enjoy reading
Clackamas County inks new infectious waste collection…

Clackamas County inks new infectious waste collection…

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Trilogy Medwaste will now partner with Waste Management of Oregon to provide services
Gladstone Rep. Mark Meek to run for Oregon Senate seat

Gladstone Rep. Mark Meek to run for Oregon Senate seat

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Redistricted area loses Canby and gains Happy Valley, providing a Democratic advantage
Bob's Red Mill heralded as gold standard in sustainability

Bob's Red Mill heralded as gold standard in sustainability

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Global whole-grain brand based in Milwaukie awarded certification by Clackamas County
Clackamas County puts brakes on Oak Lodge Water authority

Clackamas County puts brakes on Oak Lodge Water authority

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Tootie Smith says special district needs better plans for addressing flooding, population increases
Clackamas Community College gets student retention grant

Clackamas Community College gets student retention grant

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School officials: Pandemic took a toll on underrepresented student populations
Clackamas County calls for state-funded workforce training

Clackamas County calls for state-funded workforce training

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Joint letter recommends Oregon commit $50 million to programs creating 10,000 qualified job candidates

Clackamas County pledges to make child care more…

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Clackamas County pledges to make child care more…
Residents voice concerns, needs during webinar hosted by staff and elected commissioners

Wyden: Budget should cover wide range of changes

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Wyden: Budget should cover wide range of changes
Senator: 'It's critical to get reforms in place' as five advocate for social supports, climate action

Portland murder suspect arrested after I-205 chase

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Portland murder suspect arrested after I-205 chase
Matthew Clement is charged with killing Joshua Newell in Southeast Portland's Mill Park neighborhood on Oct. 1.

Happy Valley rising in Oregon politics as Bynum…

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Happy Valley rising in Oregon politics as Bynum…
Legislature approves maps that leave Milwaukie, Gladstone representation largely unaffected

Documentary illuminates housing barriers in…

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Documentary illuminates housing barriers in…
'Riders on the Storm' showcased at the Hollywood Theatre in Portland on Sept. 30

Gladstone teachers enjoy return to in-person classes

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Gladstone teachers enjoy return to in-person classes
Kindergarten program counteracts impact of pandemic isolation, while seventh graders present science research

CCSO charges man with racially motivated attack on…

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CCSO charges man with racially motivated attack on…
Raymond A. Buffalo Keys arrested for bias crime after repeatedly punching a Black woman, authorities say

Clackamas County to host Indigenous Peoples' Day…

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Clackamas County to host Indigenous Peoples' Day…
Inaugural event will include drumming, dances; takes place virtually from 4-5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 12

Amy Lindgren hired as Oregon City's municipal judge

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Amy Lindgren hired as Oregon City's municipal judge
Experienced jurist for Gladstone, St. Helens takes on new role in Clackamas County seat.

Clackamas County incentivizes affordable housing…

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Clackamas County incentivizes affordable housing…
Newly approved regulation offers developers added returns upon investing in unincorporated areas.

Survey: Oregonians split on whether state is on…

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Survey: Oregonians split on whether state is on…
Feelings about the state's directions seem to be split along demographic and economic lines

Portland area dahlia growers flourish at nationals

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Portland area dahlia growers flourish at nationals
Mark and Laura Oldenkamp carefully tow 100 blooms across the country for show

Red Cross: Blood supplies drop to lowest levels…

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Red Cross: Blood supplies drop to lowest levels…
Officials say donor turnout sharply declines while patient needs remain high

Political notebook: Battles move on from…

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Political notebook: Battles move on from…
Groups push to put liquor on grocery store shelves; election dollars start to flow to candidates

Will this winter be as bad as the last one?

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Will this winter be as bad as the last one?
The free 29th annual Winter Weather Forecast Conference hosted by the Oregon Chapter of the American Meteorological Society is set for Oct. 23.

Clackamas County food drive raises nearly $7K

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Clackamas County food drive raises nearly $7K
Health, Housing and Human Services Department nets $6,844, equivalent to 27,376 pounds of food

Gladstone voters to consider $5 million public…

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Gladstone voters to consider $5 million public…
City hopes to replace its approximately 50-year-old 'glorified garage' but needs permission to borrow funds.

Police: Man arrested after firing at officers in…

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Police: Man arrested after firing at officers in…
Businesses, schools placed on lockdown after suspect wearing body armor opens fire on Main Street.

Suburban graveyards included in 'Historic…

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Suburban graveyards included in 'Historic…
Book's authors call tombstones in Lake Oswego, Oregon City 'beautiful and overlooked cultural treasures'

Libra Forde declares candidacy for Clackamas County…

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Libra Forde declares candidacy for Clackamas County…
School board member says she'll likely challenge three-term incumbent Commissioner Paul Savas

Clackamas County COVID cases back on the rise,…

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Clackamas County COVID cases back on the rise,…
Weekly case count up after two-week decline; Pfizer booster shots now for adults 18 and up

Clackamas County 4-H youth head to nationals

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Clackamas County 4-H youth head to nationals
Five qualified for national competition in November, raising funds to attend

Volunteers clean up litter in Oregon City's…

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Volunteers clean up litter in Oregon City's…
Clackamas Water Environment Services, SOLVE co-host event as part of their Summer Waterway Cleanups series

Tattoo studio honored as ethical Clackamas County…

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Tattoo studio honored as ethical Clackamas County…
Above The Pearl Tattoo in Milwaukie earns its spot as one of three finalists for Better Business Bureau Torch Award

Did annual Round-Up spread COVID? Governor, others…

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Did annual Round-Up spread COVID? Governor, others…
Umatilla County health officials say Pendleton's signature event likely drove a spike in coronavirus cases.

Clackamas High's Tumalad named statewide Teacher of…

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Clackamas High's Tumalad named statewide Teacher of…
Asian Pacific Islander Student Union advisor: 'I lead my students with empathy and truly believe that modeling is the best form of education.'

Film shows Clackamas County couple seeking housing…

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Film shows Clackamas County couple seeking housing…
Homeless youth plan documentary showcase in-person at 7 p.m on Thursday, Sept. 30, at the Hollywood Theatre

Clackamas County to host virtual town hall on child…

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Clackamas County to host virtual town hall on child…
Commissioners say they want to hear about community concerns, needs Wednesday, Oct. 6 from 5:30-7 p.m.

Clackamas County contractor provides HVAC to…

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Clackamas County contractor provides HVAC to…
Control Techs NW in Clackamas earns spot as one of three finalists for Better Business Bureau Torch Award

You're invited to Milwaukie High School's grand…

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You're invited to Milwaukie High School's grand…
Homecoming events to celebrate completion of $91.5 million in construction projects

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