Clackamas Review community calendar for June 20

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Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in June 2018

Providence names Joe Yoder as COO for hospitals

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Clackamas County locations in Oregon City, Milwaukie served by the hospitals

Abernethy Performing Arts to present 'Goblin Market'

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The piece combines song, ballet and various styles of dance in a magical setting

Clackamas Fire participates in training conference

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Firefighters raise $100,000 to help burn vicitims at Legacy's center for Oregon

Milwaukians call for fast passage of relocation assistance

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Tenants, advocates, speak out in favor of policy to help people struggling in the city's housing crisis

'The Shape of Speed' to open at Portland Art Museum

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1937 Lincoln Zephyr coupe owned by man with ties to Oregon City is part of exhibit opening June 16

Damon Mabee wants to be Oregon City's next mayor

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OC substitute teacher, planning commissioner files for election in November

Clackamas County's graduating scholars rack up honors

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This year's graduates from OC, North Clackamas, Gladstone, La Salle Prep earn scholarships, commendations

Aspen Meadow Band to play benefit for local foster kids

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Free outdoor country music concert celebrating the innocence of childhood at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 16, at 24232 S. Upper Highland Road, Colton

Former Milwaukie police officer raising money for liver

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Butch Bondietti's brother-in-law has been identified as willing, eligible donor

Former state rep, neighbors to settle Oregon City park…

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Illegal tree-cutting epidemic continues as commissioners set to consider settlement agreement

Clackamas Review community calendar for June 13

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Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in June 2018

North Clackamas Chamber announces winners

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State Rep. Bill Kennemer being honored for lifetime achievement; Galli Murray of Clackamas County Behavioral Health to get the Joseph Krumm…

CCHS premieres history lecture series in Oregon City

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At 7 p.m. on June 13 author and retired journalist Gregory R. Nokes will present 'The Troubled Life of Peter Burnett'

Help advise the Clackamas County's Arts Alliance

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Deadline for applications is June 13; contact Cheryl Snow at 503-720-0662 or [email protected]

Clackamas firefighters train with night-vision tools

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During summer, more people drown in fast-moving waterways like the Clackamas River

Grand Floral Parade splashes through the wet weather

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Kiara Johnson crowned Rose Festival queen, the first ever to attend Parkrose High School.

Operation Kidsafe plans Gladstone safety event

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Visit Kidsafe's booth from noon to 6 p.m. June 12 through June 15, and from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 16, at Town & Country Honda of Gladstone

'FedEx Faker' strikes in Happy Valley, police say

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Woman wearing disguise steals packages on porches in Clackamas and Happy Valley on June 6.

Clackamas Fire collecting life jackets for Meg's Moments

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Free 9 a.m. giveaway Saturday, July 7, at Barton Park, 19009 S.E. Barton Park Road, Boring

Beavercreek artists open studios for 15th year

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Open Studios of Beavercreek event set to run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 8, 9 and 10

Oregon City resident returns to dance in Portland Ballet

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Naomi Rux performs 'Up Close' June 8-10 at 6250 S.W. Capitol Highway, Portland

Bill sacrifices Willamette Falls sea lions to save salmon

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Schrader calls for 100 mammals to be killed each year by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

School notes for June 6

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Memorial Day inspires students; CCC offers summer music camp, free accelerated program that is designed to get students jobs in just three months

Judge to decide fate for Milwaukie library, Pond House

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Clackamas County court to interpret May 2016 ballot measure authorizing $9.2M for library 'improvements' now proposed to be used for tearing down,…

Oak Lodge garden tourreturns for second year

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Oak Lodge Public Library Garden Tour set to run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 9

Environmental Learning Center to celebrate Discovery Day

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Restoration of Clackamas Community College's 5-acre outdoor lab, amenities complete

Clackamas Review community calendar for June 6

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Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in June 2018

50 years later, local recalls Robert Kennedy visit

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Oregon City's Tom Geil took iconic photographs of RFK prior to senator's assassination

Governor appoints 23-member Willamette Locks commission

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Next Willamette Falls Locks Commission meeting is scheduled for June 6 at West Linn City Hall

Cops seek witnesses of Happy Valley crash injuring…

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CCSO: Greyson Mbock, 18, struck by motorcycle rider Joseph Castro, 20, both of Happy Valley

20-year-old charged with killing man at his Milwaukie home

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Ceontae Poston charged with killing Phillip Anthony Gatto Jr., murdered in September 2016

Clackamas Bookshelf gives away its 50,000th book

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Riverside Elementary student Brody Leap is lucky receipient of the 50,000th book when he picked out 2

Expect summer delays near Oregon City for road resurfacing

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Lane closures on Maplelane Road, Holly Lane, Ferguson Road could cause delays of 20 minutes, county officials say

Lennar to pay $150K for vast destruction in Jennings Lodge?

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Federal proposal offers little hope of saving old-growth trees, historic buildings

Rowe Middle School student expelled for making threats

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Milwaukie will have police presence on campus for the remainder of the school year

Gladstone service member to compete in Warrior Games

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Dakota Hollingsworth is a U.S. Navy aviation boatswain's mate in the Colorado competition

McLoughlin Boulevard closing south of Oregon City

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South of the Railroad Avenue tunnel will be limited to one lane in each direction around the clock starting Wednesday

2018 Rose Festival VIP winner chosen

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The lucky winner in the Ultimate Rose Festival Experience Contest is from Aloha

North Clackamas breaks ground on Cannady Elementary

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Beatrice Morrow Cannady Elementary School will serve the Happy Valley/Damascus area

Bob's Red Mill gets medal for 'revolutionizing food…

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Oregon Historical Society's History Makers Medal will be presented Sunday, Oct. 7

Clackamas Fire, CCSO train in Kaiser Permanente ER

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Active-shooter drill designed to prepare first responders for incident in hospital

Oak Grove's Kraig Pauli going the distance,…

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4,300-mile ultra-endurance Trans America Bike Race starts June 2 from Astoria to Yorktown, Virginia

Commissioner Paul Savas, Mayor Tammy Stempel talk…

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VIDEO: In separate conversation with Clackamas Review editor, Savas dishes on tolling, I-205 widening, Sunrise Corridor, McLoughlin revitalization

Kyle Laier rehired by the Oregon City School…

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Former principal at Newberg High School, Clackamas Academy of Industrial Sciences wii be OCSD's assistant superintendent for teaching and learning…

Oregon City to host workshop on pesticide-free…

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Session to run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, June 2, at the Oregon City Library

Former Gladstone Mayor Wade Byers joins Clackamas…

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Zone 1 seat represents the Gladstone School District, along with parts of the North Clackamas and Oregon City school districts

School notes for May 30

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Sabin center celebrates 50 years; Summer recreation programs offered in Gladstone, Oregon City

Officials apologize for Milwaukie High School…

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UDPATE: Staff, students condemn principal's decision to throw 90-year-old school's athletic memorabilia in dumpster

Clackamas Review community calendar for May 30

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Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in late May, early June 2018

Jim Martin steps down from Oak Lodge Water Services…

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Martin's election key to swinging the water-district board to refer consolidation question to voters

Region's leaders split on Metro affordable housing…

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The Metro Council holds a May 29 work session on a possible $652.8 million affordable housing bond, with a public hearing and referral vote set for…

'Spontaneous Combustion' to set Milwaukie Center…

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Rising Phoenix Theater founder Susan Scovil to host show 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 1

New name for coalition aiding homeless reflects…

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Clackamas County coalition now extending homelessness prevention services outside Oregon City

Gladstone teacher transforms Spanish class using…

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Brad Kuntz, of Gladstone High School, has students work independently on Chromebook computers

Motorist plummets into Clackamas River, eludes…

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The driver of a Land Rover drove off a 40-foot cliff in Estacada rather than pull over on Sunday.

Providence Willamette Falls hosts first cancer…

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Next fundraiser set for July 28 at the End of Oregon Trail Interpretive Center in Oregon City

Balancing preservation, change in Oak Lodge

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Community activists, Clackamas County officials to host forum to educate local citizens about historic resources

Redland Grange members have a busy month

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Members meet at 6 p.m. every second Thursday for potluck dinner at 18131 S. Fischers Mill Road

Autistic high school student home safe

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Paul Sittser is described as a white male, 5' 11' tall, 170 pounds, with a reddish beard. He is also hard of hearing.

Gongs and tears mark anniversary of fatal MAX…

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Hundreds gathered at the Hollywood Transit Center on Saturday, May 26 for tribute in Portland.

Miss Pioneer Oregon to give Clackamas Pioneer…

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Milwaukie American Legion Post 180 will conduct a flag ceremony at 10 a.m. Monday, May 28, on Ambler Road off Highway 224

Local Scouts pay tribute in preparation for…

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Girls join members of Boy Scouts of America to place flags at Willamette National Cemetery for first time this year

Oregon Senate confirms Kathy Wai to TriMet Board

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North Clackamas school board member becomes youngest board member ever serving transit riders

Police kill black bear in Gresham neighborhood

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Lack of tranqulizer gun leaves officers with few options in early Friday morning encounter

How Madrone Wall became a Clackamas County park

Clackamas Review - News
Keith Daellenbach will talk 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 30, at Clackamas Community College's Harmony Campus

Ceremony to honor victims of MAX stabbing attack

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Tribute mural to be dedicated during public event on Saturday, plaque to be unveiled at later date.

New signs of civic pride in Oregon City Library Park

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Oregon City replaces signs at Library Park to be more 'historically appropriate'

Clackamas OSU Extension: Protect your home from…

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Workshop is part of the Citizen Fire Academy education program, putting wildfire preparedness into the hands of landowners

George Heidgerken pays tax, utility bills at…

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Falls Legacy LLC still owes $200,000 for delinquent account related to the 23-acre site in Oregon City

School notes for May 23

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Safeway donates to kindergarten program; OCHS senior wins scholarship; Gladstone Backpack Buddies honored

Schools rush to help Marylhurst students affected…

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University will host a transfer information session on campus Thursday, with 23 colleges expected to attend

Clackamas Review community calendar for May 23

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Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in May 2018

Willamette View residents donate to Backpack Buddies

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Milwaukie Rotary Club commits to matching the money raised at senior center, up to $500

Oregon City to host first-ever left-handed pool…

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Clackamas County resident Monte Harris believes he's organizing the first event of its kind Monday, June 18, at the Midway Pub

Circus is coming to Clackamas Town Center

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American Crown Circus is set up for May 24-28 at 12000 S.E. 82nd Ave., across from Chick-Fila-A

'Hell on earth': Fire engulfs large Happy Valley…

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Fireball engulfs 3,300-square-foot home in the 12500 block of Mount Scott Boulevard

We Dine Together becomes popular at Oregon City…

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Shaylee Cooper, OCHS sophomore class president, leads initiative within Be Strong's Student State Representative program

This year's Oregon City Teddy Bear Parade again a…

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Stuffed animals given to public safety officials then distributed to children throughout community who need comfort in times of crisis

Help name a 9.1-acre park in Oregon City

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New park located in the Caufield neighborhood at the intersection of Glen Oak Road and High School Avenue

Camp Withycombe buzzes during Living History Day

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The 22nd-annual Living History Day returns to Camp Withycombe in Clackamas on Saturday, May 19.

LINCC Food for Fines drive nets huge dividends

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Clackamas County library patrons donat more than 12,100 pounds for local food banks

Clackamas firefighter heroes honored, inspection…

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Oregon Fire Chiefs Association Medals of Honor go to Scott Kohler, Matt Towner of Clackamas Fire's Heavy Rescue 305 team; Lt. Deputy Fire Marshal…

After delays, Newell Creek park plans set for 2020

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Oregon City OKs Metro proposals for trails, picnicking, while protecting habitat

Marylhurst University will close before the end of…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Declining enrollment proves fatal to the liberal arts college, which dates back to 1893

After 7 years, Sharon Soliday to resign effective…

Clackamas Review - News
Gladstone School Board chair plans to continue to lead board of directors of Children First for Oregon

Veterans to be honored at Oregon Military Museum…

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Clackamas museum hosting the 22nd Annual Living History Day on Saturday, May 19, in recognition of Armed Forces Day

Tami Little sworn in as Clackamas County assessor

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Little has been with the assessor's office for more than 34 years, as assessment and taxation manager since 2007

La Salle Prep campus coffee shop raises awareness,…

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Cafe Justo opens this month to sell coffee drinks and to support Mexican growers

People of Providence - Meet R. Bryan Bell, M.D.,…

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Clackamas Review community calendar for May 16

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Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in May 2018

Buck, Lewis headed for Metro Council runoff

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Lake Oswego city councilor wins primary handily, but margin isn't enough to avoid a showdown in November

Clackamas County Clerk Sherry Hall will face runoff…

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Sherry Healy and Pamela White, the two candidates trying to unseat incumbent, now down to just White

Paul Savas wins third term on Clackamas County…

Sandy Post - News
Savas - who was challenged by Oak Grove resident Peter Winter and Louise Lopes of Mulino - came in at 60 percent

Gladstone library measure passes; voters also…

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Construction at City Hall site dependent on May 15 vote; city charter requires votes on potential park locations

Shemia Fagan bests Sen. Rod Monroe in Democratic…

Portland Tribune - News
Unofficial results show Fagan at about 62 percent; Monore at 22; and Kayse Jama at 16 in primary for Senate District 24

Christine Drazan wins House District 39 Republican…

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With the win, Drazan will face sole Democratic candidate Elizabeth Graser-Lindsey in the general election

Happy Valley residents vote to approve taxes for…

Clackamas Review - News
Happy Valley officials said they need the funds due to the city's action last year to withdraw from the North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District

Donate bikes for children in need in Milwaukie,…

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Providence Health, Yakima and Iron Fireman Collective benefits nonprofit called Free Bikes 4 Kidz

'Dangerous' woman sought in connection to…

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The incident started as a fight between Helen Dandrea's ex-boyfriend and her new boyfriend, inside a rural Clackamas County home

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