Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Walk-ins accepted at two mass vaccination centers

Walk-ins accepted at two mass vaccination centers

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The Oregon Convention Center and Clackamas Town Center are offering free vaccines without appointments.
Surge in coronavirus cases, deaths continues across Oregon

Surge in coronavirus cases, deaths continues across Oregon

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State officials report 844 new, confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases, along with eight new deaths.
Glenda Scherer takes on Nadene Duffield for countywide seat

Glenda Scherer takes on Nadene Duffield for countywide seat

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Two candidates for Clackamas Education Service District outline ideas for helping region's most vulnerable students.
Oregon City schools chair refuses to reconsider illegal vote

Oregon City schools chair refuses to reconsider illegal vote

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Martha Spiers, running May 18 reelection campaign, backs decision to retain coach convicted on ethics violations
Clackamas County board at impasse over condemnation of Dave…

Clackamas County board at impasse over condemnation of Dave…

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Chair Tootie Smith's rush to judgement criticized as lacking respect for due process of law.
Clackamas County halts effort to repeal emergency…

Clackamas County halts effort to repeal emergency…

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UPDATE: Board tables discussion on rescinding housing measure; Chair Tootie Smith blames 'panic' stirred by email campaign.
Oregon Senate sends gun legislation to Gov. Brown

Oregon Senate sends gun legislation to Gov. Brown

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Final bill combines requirements for locks and safe storage with a ban on firearms in some public places.
Leaders correct record on Mark Shull's homeless comments

Leaders correct record on Mark Shull's homeless comments

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Executive directors take on Clackamas County commissioner for misinformation about homelessness
Clackamas County moving forward with public-private…

Clackamas County moving forward with public-private…

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Developer will assume much of the risk associated with building new courthouse at Red Soils campus.
Clackamas Fire on front lines of education ahead of…

Clackamas Fire on front lines of education ahead of…

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May is Wildfire Awareness Month, and firefighters want public to be prepared for another potentially devastating year
Nick Browne takes helm of Clackamas Fire District

Nick Browne takes helm of Clackamas Fire District

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New chief replaces Fred Charlton who retired as of April 30 after nine years of leading the district.
Metro: Tootie Smith shows 'lack of leadership' over noose…

Metro: Tootie Smith shows 'lack of leadership' over noose…

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Lynn Peterson says Clackamas County chair 'interrupted, chided' request to condemn racism
Gov. Brown to ease COVID-19 restrictions across Oregon

Gov. Brown to ease COVID-19 restrictions across Oregon

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The Oregon governor downgrades 15 counties, including Multnomah, as hospitalization rates stabilize.
Owners get more time to rebuild after 2020 Labor Day…

Owners get more time to rebuild after 2020 Labor Day…

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Two bills, both passed by Oregon House, also ease requirements for replacement homes and businesses.
Former Oregon House Speaker Dave Hunt cited in sex…

Former Oregon House Speaker Dave Hunt cited in sex…

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UPDATE: Hunt's attorney said the Clackamas Community College board member denies the accusations.
About 200 rally for 'medical freedom' in Oregon City

About 200 rally for 'medical freedom' in Oregon City

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Protest organizer: 'Respected business owners' become 'pariahs' for 'mask choice' policy.
Rep. Nearman faces two criminal charges in Capitol breach

Rep. Nearman faces two criminal charges in Capitol breach

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Republican lawmaker is indicted after surveillance footage and State Police investigation of December incident.
Brown's new orders stir fight: 'I chose to save lives'

Brown's new orders stir fight: 'I chose to save lives'

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As Oregon leads nation with rate of new COVID-19 infections, some push back on new restrictions.
Youngest ever, first Asian to serve as Oregon City…

Youngest ever, first Asian to serve as Oregon City…

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Adam Marl was campaign manager for committee to recall former mayor from public office.
Suit: Girl sexually abused at North Clackamas middle school

Suit: Girl sexually abused at North Clackamas middle school

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Court filing alleges school district failed to protect a 12-year-old student at Alder Creek Middle School.
Milwaukie Porchfest returns starting May 7

Milwaukie Porchfest returns starting May 7

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Singers, musicians, youth performers, dancers invited to participate by performing from their porch, driveway or front yard
Clackamas Women's Services raises $58,039 for domestic…

Clackamas Women's Services raises $58,039 for domestic…

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Second annual Screentime Drive-In Gala was rained out, but group adapts to conditions again
Grand Ronde tribe withdraws from Willamette Falls Trust

Grand Ronde tribe withdraws from Willamette Falls Trust

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Owners of former paper-mill property pull out of organization aimed at engaging public, raising funds for redevelopment
House OKs gun storage combined with partial ban on public…

House OKs gun storage combined with partial ban on public…

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Bill heads back to Oregon Senate, which previously approved a broader ban on firearms in public places.
Clackamas County: 'We need your help in stopping fourth…

Clackamas County: 'We need your help in stopping fourth…

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With COVID-19 infections on the rise, elected officials plead for community to help curb spread of the virus.
Violators can get 50% off Milwaukie municipal court fines

Violators can get 50% off Milwaukie municipal court fines

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Amnesty program helps people who had traffic tickets, parking infractions, violations of marijuana laws
Mobile shower cart unveiled at Clackamas Town Center

Mobile shower cart unveiled at Clackamas Town Center

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Homeless people can access new resource from 4-7 p.m. Sundays at Milner Veterinary Hospital in Oregon City
Though dead in the House, Newberg Pool legislation has…

Though dead in the House, Newberg Pool legislation has…

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The bill would add 4,000-pound weight limit to wake boats in Willamette River near Wilsonville
Clackamas County student artists win $50K in scholarships

Clackamas County student artists win $50K in scholarships

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Education Service District show honors winning entries, buys piece for permanent collection.
Prescription would no longer be needed for pseudoephedrine

Prescription would no longer be needed for pseudoephedrine

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Oregon House passes bill that would require people to show photo ID and obtain it behind the counter.

Agency gears up for more unemployment benefit claims

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Agency gears up for more unemployment benefit claims
But acting director says he does not expect new lockdowns to result in an influx similar to pandemic onset.

Oregon City garden tour timed for Mother's Day

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Oregon City garden tour timed for Mother's Day
Artistic gifts, award-winning musicians among highlights of event benefitting Rivers of Life.

Bill proposes dental therapists to extend care in…

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Bill proposes dental therapists to extend care in…
House passes plan to create state-licensed occupation between hygienists and dentists.

COVID-19 restrictions imposed on Multnomah,…

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COVID-19 restrictions imposed on Multnomah,…
The 15 counties will move into the Extreme Risk category for at least three weeks on Friday, April 30.

Bill gives homeowners two years to rebuild after…

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Bill gives homeowners two years to rebuild after…
House plan requires insurance companies to allow more time after the 2020 Labor Day blazes.

Clackamas County awaiting guidance from treasury on…

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Clackamas County awaiting guidance from treasury on…
At least $40.5 million coming by May 11, but direction on how to spend federal dollars remains unclear.

Senate clears bill to ease motel conversions to…

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Senate clears bill to ease motel conversions to…
Plan limiting land use challenges goes to Gov. Brown; federal money being used for purchases.

Oregon House passes bills to change policing

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Oregon House passes bills to change policing
Five from official package, plus four related measures, move on to the Senate after weeks of work.

Oregon gets sixth congressional district, but where?

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Oregon gets sixth congressional district, but where?
Oregon is one of the winners, California a loser, in U.S. Census announcement about population increases and representation.

Clackamas County 'Drive to Zero' art contest…

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Clackamas County 'Drive to Zero' art contest…
Five high school students recognized for their work submitted to annual transportation safety art contest.

Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine OK'd for Oregon use…

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Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine OK'd for Oregon use…
The Western States Scientific Safety Review Workgroup gave the thumbs up following approval from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Noose found at Metro South Transfer Station in…

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Noose found at Metro South Transfer Station in…
Racist symbol left day after former cop Derek Chauvin convicted of murdering George Floyd

Top players in North Clackamas school board…

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Top players in North Clackamas school board…
School officials running for reelection face campaigns supported by former state representative

Clackamas County remains at 'high risk' for now

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Clackamas County remains at 'high risk' for now
Public health officials deeply concerned about heading to 'extreme risk' by May 7 if trends continue

Clackamas County at fork in road on courthouse…

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Clackamas County at fork in road on courthouse…
Public-private partnership poses risks, rewards in development of new building

Another COVID-19 case reported in Oregon Capitol

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Another COVID-19 case reported in Oregon Capitol
No additional shutdowns planned, but Senate president urges refresher on infection protocols.

Clackamas County officials weigh in on trial of…

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Clackamas County officials weigh in on trial of…
Sheriff Angela Brandenburg: 'No one is above the law,' guilty verdict of former officer confirms

Agency would gain more leeway on recouping…

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Agency would gain more leeway on recouping…
Senate bill would let Employment Department waive or reduce excess amounts paid to unemployed workers.

Oregon City School Board future in limbo on May 18…

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Oregon City School Board future in limbo on May 18…
With 10 candidates, majority of seats are on ballot; only one incumbent is running for reelection

Clackamas Middle College Unity Club supports…

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Clackamas Middle College Unity Club supports…
Estelle Trieu thanks members who 'worked tirelessly' to raise funds for North Clackamas Wichita Center

Springs Living breaks ground on 210 units in Happy…

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Springs Living breaks ground on 210 units in Happy…
Senior community at 172nd Avenue and Sunnyside Road plans to create nearly 100 jobs

House panel ponders linking firearms storage,…

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House panel ponders linking firearms storage,…
Senators say proposal weakens restrictions for public buildings they have already approved.

COVID-19 infections rise, but not all county risk…

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COVID-19 infections rise, but not all county risk…
Governor says variants and increase spread of virus force some counties into the high-risk category.

'Trees are the lungs of the earth and truly man's…

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'Trees are the lungs of the earth and truly man's…
Monte Harris and Steve Meisen plan Goat Island ivy removal to save trees, heron habitat

Verdict: Guilty in Chauvin trial

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Verdict: Guilty in Chauvin trial
Ex-police officer is convicted of killing George Floyd, which touched off a year of Black Lives Matter protests.

COVID-19 case shuts down Oregon House a third time

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COVID-19 case shuts down Oregon House a third time
Floor sessions scheduled to resume April 26; committees will continue to meet virtually.

Clackamas board appoints members to climate action…

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Clackamas board appoints members to climate action…
20-member advisory group plans to help guide county in becoming carbon neutral by 2050

Former Congresswoman Elizabeth Furse dies at age 84

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Former Congresswoman Elizabeth Furse dies at age 84
Friends and colleagues recall Washington County congresswoman's push to resolve tough issues.

Oregon works to shrink COVID-19 vaccine disparity

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Oregon works to shrink COVID-19 vaccine disparity
Racial and rural disparities are the focus of a new state push to get doses in hard-to-reach places.

Residents get health help and locals-only RV rates…

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Residents get health help and locals-only RV rates…
GOP slowdown ends and legislation begins moving quickly through Oregon chamber.

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