Milwaukie American Legion Post wins nine 2019 statewide…

Clackamas Review - News
Active veterans group with more than 500 members recognized for community service

'Missing middle' housing bill to affect Clackamas County…

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon Legislature steps into controversial zoning issue, and most cities must comply

North Clackamas School Board member's 'heart for children'

Clackamas Review - News
After volunteering for the past five years, pediatric nurse Orlando Perez sworn in July 11

Clackamas apartment complex gets $1.8 million rehab

Clackamas Review - News
Investors Management Group renovates a 136-unit apartment community since acquiring the property in November 2017

Public input sought on LO to Oak Grove bike/ped bridge

Lake Oswego Review - News
Officials schedule two public outreach events, the first is set for Monday, Aug. 5 at the LO Operations and Maintenance Center

Who's paying for Republicans' walkout protest?

Portland Tribune - News
In the shadow of Senate Republicans' infamous walkout, questions remain on how the protest was financed and whether Democrats will make good on their…

Clackamas High School grad wins scholarship

Clackamas Review - News
Overcoming shyness, Annika Marshall excels at speech and debate during past school year

CCSO: Person dies in roll-over crash in Stafford

The Times - News
Clackamas County Sheriff's Office seeks tips in crash that injured four others on July 12.

Clackamas Extension welcomes veteran as office manager

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon National Guard retiree Leah Sundquist brings extensive strategic planning, leadership experience to role

Wildflower walkway funding approved in Oregon City

Clackamas Review - News
Seeds to be planted along final third of historic McLoughlin Promenade, near Museum of the Oregon Territory

Oregon City canned cocktails to be distributed by Walmart

Clackamas Review - News
503 Distilling expects production to increase tenfold through 400 more stores in Arizona, Northern California, Nevada, Washington, Nebraska and Idaho

Woman arrested after fellow customer stabbed at Taco Bell

Sandy Post - News
Stabbing victim reported in 'good condition' after violent incident on Tuesday evening, July 9

Construction legislation divvies up millions to statewide…

Portland Tribune - News
One of the last bills passed was also one of the more important, funding housing, building repair and medical treatment for incarcerated youth.

Community calendar for July 10-July 17

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in Clackamas County

Clackamas Community College offers summer camps

Clackamas Review - News
Classes for adults and children at the Oregon City campus over the next couple of months

The Nelons bring message of kindness to Beavercreek

Clackamas Review - News
Grandview Baptist Church to host band that has been inducted in Gospel Music Hall of Fame

Construction heats up at Milwaukie High School

Clackamas Review - News
Collaboration, communication help four-phase project stay on track over summer

Portland-area schools grapple with high special-ed numbers

Clackamas Review - News
Beaverton's Todd Nicholson to lead Oregon City programs, second only to North Clackamas School District for metro area's largest proportions of…

State chips in another $31.5M toward county courthouse

Clackamas Review - News
Bond may be sought to cover funding shortfall for new $230M Oregon City building

Former Oregon City teacher hired by Blazers nonprofit

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County-based nonprofit Maurice Lucas Foundation hires former Oregon City High School teacher Sheila Zachry as academy manager

Exhibit presents artist's talent for 'controlled chaos'

Clackamas Review - News
Aimee Mattila to show her abstract art at Clackamas Community College's Wilsonville campus

'Unmanned' motorcycle causes roll-over crash in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - News
Police respond to two crashes in Milwaukie on Friday, with the other blocking MAX and Union Pacific tracks.

Silver Falls Dermatology opens in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - News
Physician assistant Elizabeth Schmidt treats skin, hair, nail conditions in the Providence Milwaukie Medical Plaza

Oregon City author's debut novel wins international award

Clackamas Review - News
Judith Elliot McDonald will read from her novel, 'Feargus,' at a free event this month

President invites Timber Unity to take D.C. victory lap

Portland Tribune - News
A growing political group run by farmers, loggers and truckers point to similarities with their movement and President Trump's populist rise.

'Christmas tree bill' pumps out millions to local projects

Portland Tribune - News
Legislation was one of the last to pass, and gives politicians a pile of pork to bring back to districts.

Audit: State cybersecurity needs a major update

Portland Tribune - News
Secretary of state auditors say agencies' fragmented organization and approach to managing data security ripe for problems, like a major breach in…

Clackamas Community College offers environmental courses

Clackamas Review - News
Adults and kids can attend classes at Environmental Learning Center in Oregon City

Community calendar for July 3-July 10

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in Clackamas County

Overreach? Productive session? Lawmakers shine light on…

Portland Tribune - News
School funding, some environmental victories cited by Democrats; GOP sees walkout as effective tactic against supermajority.

Seven gardens showcased in annual tour

Clackamas Review - News
July 13 event is Friends group's largest fundraiser for Oak Lodge library; plans underway for new library construction

Oregon City School District awards construction…

Clackamas Review - News
School board approves Pence Construction as the builder of a new Gardiner Middle School, an estimated $90M project, and P&C Construction was selected…

A Fuller experience

Estacada News - News
Ben, Lee, Colmon, Carl and Henry Fuller move from Mississippi to take part in Job Corps program

Brown: 'I am not backing down' on cap-and-trade…

Portland Tribune - News
Governor told reporters resuming fight for carbon legislation is a top priority, and she wants it done soon.

Urban-rural 'cold civil war' forces out…

Portland Tribune - News
Perception that House Bill 2020 took from ruralites to give to Oregon's cities gained significant traction, and played a significant role in…

Gladstone opens boat dock to public

Clackamas Review - News
Dredging work still needed to maintain function of facility at Meldrum Bar Park

Dome Digest: Sine die edition

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon's Legislature sprinted to finish its work, voting on the last bill just before 5 p.m. Sunday.

Milwaukie man reunited with lost service dog

Clackamas Review - News
Xena, a two-year-old long haired German Shepherd, was lost late Friday and returned to her owner the next night

Local wins utility vehicle at Oregon City Wilco

Clackamas Review - News
Toni Madsen presented with a Polaris Ranger on June 14 at 19224 Molalla Ave. store

New PE program helps schools meet state standards

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County's Oregon State University Extension reaches out to schools lacking instructors

Lawmakers step up the pace as session hits home…

Portland Tribune - News
With most runaway GOP senators back in Capitol and two days before the end, environmental legislation was shelved amid tense votes.

Oregon City Chamber of Commerce severs ties with…

Clackamas Review - News
Interim Executive Director Michael Brand had planned to stay until new leader hired

Defiant GOP senators return to a pile of unfinished…

Portland Tribune - News
A few runaway lawmakers plan to show up Saturday, kicking off two marathon days to vote on as many bills as possible.

Airhorns echo in protest through nearly empty…

Portland Tribune - News
Truckers, loggers and activists rally Thursday to protest environmental legislation, after a major bill was scuttled.

Swashbuckler starts Clackamas Repertory Theatre…

Clackamas Review - News
New take on classic 'Robin Hood' features madcap antics, sword fights, romance

Willamette River paper mill to reopen

Clackamas Review - News
Portland General Electric plans carry on with West Linn waterfront development as planned

Senate negotiations sputter as Republicans' walkout…

Portland Tribune - News
Dozens of bills - including important budget legislation - in limbo as AWOL senators raise money to pay possible fines.

Couple's party raises $10,500 for Alzheimer's…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas Fire lieutenant, West Linn business owner plan 'Solstice Sip' repeat

Community calendar for June 26

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in Clackamas County

State's largest multifamily solar array now in…

Clackamas Review - News
The 1,400-panel system will offset electricity used in common areas of 27-acre apartment development

Oak Grove Market purchased for $15 million

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas Federal Credit Union acquires 97,147 square foot shopping center in Clackamas County

Courtney upends Dems' cap-and-trade fight

Portland Tribune - News
Environmental groups frustrated after Senate President says Democrats don't have votes to pass controversial legislation.

Learning on the job

Estacada News - News
Clackamas Community College students earn credits, leadership skills through college's peer program

County officials to close 82nd Drive pedestrian…

Clackamas Review - News
Detours will be in place for about seven months for construction of seismic retrofits

PPB: Man arrested on gun charges, Clackamas DUII…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police Bureau arrests Jamarvein Coleman Sr. on June 22 after 9th Avenue traffic stop.

Judge Adrienne Nelson to attend eponymous…

Clackamas Review - News
Construction on Rock Creek Middle School campus will begin June 26, using voter-approved funding

Oregon City SLA students, teachers take top STEM…

Clackamas Review - News
Max Penneck and Jennifer Servin-Zuniga receive $1,000/year renewable scholarships to attend colleges of their choice

First Oregon City AVID class heads to college

Clackamas Review - News
'I'm proud that all 16 of my AVID seniors were accepted to college,' said teacher Maren Black.

Happy Valley student honored at Clackamas Community…

Clackamas Review - News
Teresa McCook, who works with the Clackamas County Juvenile Department, recognized as a positive role model for younger students

Driver cited after crash with cyclist in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - News
Police say James Maloney, 23, was following too closely after crash on Oak and Washington streets.

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