Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Willamette River group seeks ban on larger wake boats

Willamette River group seeks ban on larger wake boats

Clackamas Review - News
Unsatisfied with Oregon State Marine Board's decisions, the group petitions state agency to restrict some vessels
Oregon City history lovers to be treated to free events

Oregon City history lovers to be treated to free events

Clackamas Review - News
Preservation efforts, native foods to be focus from 10 a.m.-noon on Saturday, Nov. 23, and noon-2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 30
Milwaukie Ledding Library to move to new building

Milwaukie Ledding Library to move to new building

Clackamas Review - News
Long-awaited opening of new $8.5M facility at 10660 S.E. 21st Ave. set for Jan. 6
Oregon City library director is planning retirement

Oregon City library director is planning retirement

Clackamas Review - News
Hired in 2009 to lead award-winning expansion of building, Maureen Cole is helping find successor
Willamette Falls heritage businesses eligible for awards

Willamette Falls heritage businesses eligible for awards

Clackamas Review - News
National Heritage Area boosters seek nominees from Estacada, Oregon City, West Linn, Lake Oswego, Canby, Aurora
Bent Shovel Brewing finds temporary home for tasting room

Bent Shovel Brewing finds temporary home for tasting room

Clackamas Review - News
Unincorporated Oregon City brewery's patio on Clackamas River forced to shut down due to traffic
Suspect arrested after crashing car, hiding out

Suspect arrested after crashing car, hiding out

Portland Tribune - News
Girlfriend of suspect tells Clackamas County Sheriff's deputies the car was stolen, but he was hiding in her apartment
Emergency communications tower won't be built in park

Emergency communications tower won't be built in park

Portland Tribune - News
Emery family withdraws consent to build communications tower at Cooks Butte Park in Lake Oswego
Oregon hate crimes dropped in 2018

Oregon hate crimes dropped in 2018

Portland Tribune - News
Annual data released by the FBI shows other areas of concern for advocacy groups.
North Clackamas Chamber schedules Christmas Giving Breakfast

North Clackamas Chamber schedules Christmas Giving Breakfast

Clackamas Review - News
Lending assistance to those lacking the basic necessities, St. Vincent de Paul selected as this year's beneficiary
State audit: Veterinary board must improve drug security

State audit: Veterinary board must improve drug security

Portland Tribune - News
Background checks and more stringent inspections and participation in drug monitoring program should be implemented, auditors found.
New Oregon rule blunts ICE courthouse arrests

New Oregon rule blunts ICE courthouse arrests

Portland Tribune - News
The rule is intended to maintain court access for immigrants. But ICE has signaled it'll continue to make arrests.
Oregon court blocks flavored cannabis vape product ban

Oregon court blocks flavored cannabis vape product ban

Portland Tribune - News
Appeals court administrator cites harm to businesses and likelihood of petitioners prevailing on judicial review as reason for legal stay.
My Path Wellness moves, expands in Milwaukie

My Path Wellness moves, expands in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - News
Personal training studio may open more studios in area, according to owner Mike R. Thomas
Voters could decide future of Oregon's forestry practices

Voters could decide future of Oregon's forestry practices

Portland Tribune - News
Six conflicting ballot measures vying for support could restrict or solidify forestry practices on state and private lands.
Gert Boyle's celebration of life set Dec. 5

Gert Boyle's celebration of life set Dec. 5

Portland Tribune - News
Gathering at Veterans Memorial Coliseum will remember local businesswoman's life and contributions.
Groups present More Than Sad program at school

Groups present More Than Sad program at school

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas Middle College first in Clackamas County to host suicide prevention program
October jobs numbers climb, unemployment held at 4.1%

October jobs numbers climb, unemployment held at 4.1%

Portland Tribune - News
State unemployment rate has hovered between 4% and 4.4% for the past 36 months.
Public unions search for silver lining as dues nose dive

Public unions search for silver lining as dues nose dive

Portland Tribune - News
AFSCME, SEIU officials still optimistic as 'fair share fees' drop and group pushes people to drop out of unions.
Whistleblower settles claim against emergency management…

Whistleblower settles claim against emergency management…

Portland Tribune - News
Former deputy who highlighted malfeasance gets $510,000, says leaders subjected her to hostile environment.
Gettysburg Address to be staged in Oregon City

Gettysburg Address to be staged in Oregon City

Clackamas Review - News
Six veterans' graves from Civil War at Mountain View Cemetery get headstones
Community calendar for Nov. 13

Community calendar for Nov. 13

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in Clackamas County
State court finds police orders unjustified, reverses…

State court finds police orders unjustified, reverses…

Portland Tribune - News
Ruling in Beaverton case could have statewide implications for interactions between police and the public.
Wildfire council report: Spend $4 billion to keep forests…

Wildfire council report: Spend $4 billion to keep forests…

Portland Tribune - News
Helping communities adapt and creating resilient landscapes are top priorities to improve state's wildfire response.
School notes for Nov. 12

School notes for Nov. 12

Clackamas Review - News
Auction to help fund Rex Putnam drum line; Gladstone wins grant for Gettysburg tour
Anheuser-Busch buys out Portland's Craft Brew Alliance

Anheuser-Busch buys out Portland's Craft Brew Alliance

Business Tribune - News
The buyout of the seventh-largest craft brewing company in the United States is expected to be finalized in 2020
Oregon City hires outside expert as interim parks director

Oregon City hires outside expert as interim parks director

Clackamas Review - News
Don Robertson has more than 30 years of experience in local agencies, including Metro/Milwaukie/North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District
Happy Valley doctor charged with assault put on…

Happy Valley doctor charged with assault put on…

Clackamas Review - News
Employee at Kaiser's Gresham campus Jonathan Wiebe charged with strangulation and other offenses
Fire leads to evacuation at Oregon City dump

Fire leads to evacuation at Oregon City dump

Clackamas Review - News
Burning garbage neither injures employees/customers, nor damages Metro's south transfer facility
Explore volunteer opportunities in Oregon City on Nov. 14

Explore volunteer opportunities in Oregon City on Nov. 14

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County officials to present on programs helping local elderly, disabled people

Happy Valley invites youth to town hall

Clackamas Review - News
Happy Valley invites youth to town hall
Event scheduled this Wednesday, Nov. 13, at City Hall, 16000 S.E. Misty Drive

Gladstone band students qualify for state

Clackamas Review - News
Gladstone band students qualify for state
Six high schoolers heading to Oregon Music Education Association competition in January

Why a new law seeks to improve how hate crimes are…

Portland Tribune - News
Why a new law seeks to improve how hate crimes are…
Improved data could reveal the breadth of hate in Oregon while aiding law enforcement and community groups.

Bi-Mart to close pharmacies in all Portland metro…

Portland Tribune - News
Bi-Mart to close pharmacies in all Portland metro…
Company blames Oregon corporate activity tax, rising fees on Medicare prescriptions and other factors for closure.

State penitentiary sees healing 'therapy' in new…

Portland Tribune - News
State penitentiary sees healing 'therapy' in new…
Project behind high walls near Salem was made possible by determined inmates and some help from the outside.

New Health Authority program director sees…

Portland Tribune - News
New Health Authority program director sees…
Steve Allen stepped up for the job nobody wanted, now he's overhauling the way Oregon responds to mental health and addiction.

OMSI snakes visit Oregon City schools

Clackamas Review - News
OMSI snakes visit Oregon City schools
With visit to Jennings Lodge complete, reptiles to appear in most classrooms by end of January

Veterans Day: Oregon seeks owners of unclaimed…

Portland Tribune - News
Veterans Day: Oregon seeks owners of unclaimed…
More than a dozen medals, countless ribbons and artifacts are in government hands, awaiting their owners or heirs to collect them.

Happy Valley resident nominated to Oregon Growth…

Clackamas Review - News
Happy Valley resident nominated to Oregon Growth…
Amber Schulz-Oliver, who leads development agency for Northwest tribes, tapped by Gov. Kate Brown

Unions, OHSU locked in workplace struggle

Portland Tribune - News
Unions, OHSU locked in workplace struggle
Oregon's training hospital campus finds itself beset by social media trolls and employment clashes.

Audit: State education agency should do more to…

Portland Tribune - News
Audit: State education agency should do more to…
Bureaucratic reshuffling blamed for some issues, but Department of Education needs tighter control on software, security.

OSU panel will interview four to replace Ed Ray

Portland Tribune - News
OSU panel will interview four to replace Ed Ray
Presidential search group has talked with a dozen candidates in past month. New leader could be chosen this winter.

Community calendar for Nov. 6-13

Clackamas Review - News
Community calendar for Nov. 6-13
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in Clackamas County

Happy Valley voters approve public safety levy

Clackamas Review - News
Happy Valley voters approve public safety levy
City property tax bills have kept police funding at a rate of $1.38 per $1,000 of assessed property value since 2002

African Americans fought for democracy abroad, at…

Portland Tribune - News
African Americans fought for democracy abroad, at…
WWII, Civil Rights movement connect as vets tell their stories in Oregon Historical Society exhibit.

Metro parks bond measure easily passes

Portland Tribune - News
Metro parks bond measure easily passes
Voters overwhelmingly support measure to preserve open spaces and fund nature-related projects and programs.

OC Together receives $125K to prevent youth…

Clackamas Review - News
OC Together receives $125K to prevent youth…
'Prevention is a powerful tool to counter drug use in our community,' says leader of Oregon City group

Sleep study center opens in Happy Valley

Clackamas Review - News
Sleep study center opens in Happy Valley
Oregon Clinic expects to hire 8 employees for 6 diagnostic rooms to relieve crowding at other locations

Chinese American veterans get their due

Clackamas Review - News
Chinese American veterans get their due
Milwaukie resident James Hong modest about his heroism as gunner on bomber during World War II

Clackamas County property taxes have risen: Here's…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County property taxes have risen: Here's…
Oregon City, North Clackamas voters pass measures to support local schoolchildren

Renowned Portlanders in Milwaukie musical showcase

Clackamas Review - News
Renowned Portlanders in Milwaukie musical showcase
Rebecca Kilgore, Dan Balmer, Bill Athens to perform with choir at Kairos-Milwaukie

Oregon City native becomes expert in electronic…

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City native becomes expert in electronic…
Navy's Arianna Newton maintains high-tech aircraft; another OCHS grad, Mason C. Winton recently graduated from basic military training

Clackamas WWII vet visits Washington, D.C.

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas WWII vet visits Washington, D.C.
Former Navy pilot Lt. Cmdr. George Bickford joins Journey of Heroes to view memorials

Federal judge won't hold state hospital in contempt…

Portland Tribune - News
Federal judge won't hold state hospital in contempt…
Disability Rights Oregon plans to continue fighting for Oregonians timely access to health care.

Offer input on Oak Lodge, Gladstone projects at…

Clackamas Review - News
Offer input on Oak Lodge, Gladstone projects at…
Clackamas County officials to host tours of Concord School during community gathering Nov. 16

Democrats rev up plan for new carbon-reduction bill

Portland Tribune - News
Democrats rev up plan for new carbon-reduction bill
Fear over denial of quorum during short session sparks murmurs of referring constitutional amendment to voters.

Baskin-Robbins owner named Philanthropist of the…

Clackamas Review - News
Baskin-Robbins owner named Philanthropist of the…
Steve Leitz, who is Gladstone franchisee, honored at annual awards ceremony in Boston

Oregon City looks at public-private property lines

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City looks at public-private property lines
78 right of way obstructions observed by city survey of 41 blocks in Canemah area.

Jeremy Schumacher appointed to Gladstone School…

Clackamas Review - News
Jeremy Schumacher appointed to Gladstone School…
Position left vacant when Nicole Couzens resigned to accept teaching position

School notes for Oct. 30

Clackamas Review - News
School notes for Oct. 30
Students turn out for day of service; Gladstone hosts regional robotics fair; Russians to visit CCC; volunteers needed

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