Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Oak Lodge proposes fund for water customer assistance

Oak Lodge proposes fund for water customer assistance

Clackamas Review - News
Board president says rate hike will help those in need during economic crisis
No new COVID-19 deaths reported

No new COVID-19 deaths reported

Clackamas Review - News
Total confirmed and presumptive cases increases to 3,949 in Monday's count by the Oregon Health Authority
One more COVID-19 death reported Sunday

One more COVID-19 death reported Sunday

Clackamas Review - News
Newest numbers bring the total to 148 people who have died as Oregon moves cautiously to reopen its economy.
Second climber rescued from Mt. Hood in 24 hours

Second climber rescued from Mt. Hood in 24 hours

Clackamas Review - News
Multiple search and rescue teams are called out to assist in two incidents on Friday and Saturday
Oregon Supreme Court: Vacate or defend ruling blocking…

Oregon Supreme Court: Vacate or defend ruling blocking…

Clackamas Review - News
Baker County Circuit Court Judge Matthew Shirtcliff has until Tuesday to decide what to do
No new COVID-19 deaths reported as state continues…

No new COVID-19 deaths reported as state continues…

Clackamas Review - News
Multnomah and Washington counties are the only two that have not been approved for Phase 1 reopening
State approves Clackamas County's phase-one reopening plan

State approves Clackamas County's phase-one reopening plan

Clackamas Review - News
Reopening of restaurants, bars and other businesses will begin on Saturday, May 23
Tigard man, 44, dies in a head-on crash in Boring

Tigard man, 44, dies in a head-on crash in Boring

Clackamas Review - News
Michael Laubach, 44, of Tigard died in this crash Thursday afternoon, May 21, on Highway 212 at Lani Lane in Boring.
Clackamas County parks, boat ramps to reopen June 1

Clackamas County parks, boat ramps to reopen June 1

Clackamas Review - News
Final preparations underway to allow visitors back into county's 18 facilities
Oregon: Two more deaths from COVID-19, 45 more test positive

Oregon: Two more deaths from COVID-19, 45 more test positive

Clackamas Review - News
State's overall positive test rate continues to drop, now stands at 3.5 percent.
Oregon issues guidelines for summer camps

Oregon issues guidelines for summer camps

Clackamas Review - News
Groups limited to no more than 10, with restrictions on overnight trips and activities
Inmate with COVID-19 dies in Oregon State Penitentiary

Inmate with COVID-19 dies in Oregon State Penitentiary

Portland Tribune - News
The Department of Corrections says another 148 in prisons have the coronavirus.
Self service at most Oregon gas stations ends on May 24

Self service at most Oregon gas stations ends on May 24

Portland Tribune - News
The temporary rule change allowing self-service at gas stations expires at midnight on May 23.
County omits isolation center sites from final reopening…

County omits isolation center sites from final reopening…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas officials identify no need to camp unhoused COVID-19 patients at Mary S. Young Park.
Clackamas County marks 75th anniversary of WWII's end

Clackamas County marks 75th anniversary of WWII's end

Clackamas Review - News
Cities plant peace trees grown from seeds collected from trees that survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima
Fagan pulls into narrow lead over Hass in secretary of…

Fagan pulls into narrow lead over Hass in secretary of…

Clackamas Review - News
The Portland-area state senator is now ahead by half a point in the tight Democratic primary.
Oregon: Four new COVID-19 deaths, 65 more people test…

Oregon: Four new COVID-19 deaths, 65 more people test…

Clackamas Review - News
Coronavirus deaths grow to 144 as total number of Oregon tests exceeds 100,000.
State economists: Oregon budget has a $3 billion gap

State economists: Oregon budget has a $3 billion gap

Clackamas Review - News
Gov. Brown says federal aid must be coupled with spending cuts to cushion blow on vital state services and schools.
Election roundup: What happened in Clackamas County?

Election roundup: What happened in Clackamas County?

Clackamas Review - News
Need to catch up on last night's election results? Here's what you should know about what happened in Clackamas County.
Lake Oswego OKs Marylhurst campus for affordable housing

Lake Oswego OKs Marylhurst campus for affordable housing

Clackamas Review - News
New zoning would allow for affordable housing on Boones Ferry Road, Marylhurst University campus
U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer fends off challenger Albert Lee

U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer fends off challenger Albert Lee

Clackamas Review - News
Congressman Earl Blumenauer wins Democratic Party primary for Oregon's Third District in Tuesday election.
Metro homeless measure holds big lead in early returns

Metro homeless measure holds big lead in early returns

Clackamas Review - News
Tax measure would raise millions of dollars to help those in need of shelter or affordable housing in the Portland area.
Clackamas County commissioners approve reopening plan

Clackamas County commissioners approve reopening plan

Clackamas Review - News
Amended plan to be submitted to Gov. Kate Brown, Oregon Health Authority by Friday
Schrader, Ryan Courser earn party nominations for Oregon's…

Schrader, Ryan Courser earn party nominations for Oregon's…

Clackamas Review - News
Rep. Kurt Schrader and Republican challenger Amy Ryan Courser to face off in November
Tessah Danel takes Democratic HD39 race

Tessah Danel takes Democratic HD39 race

Clackamas Review - News
Tessah Danel wins with about 60% of the vote in race for the House District 39 Democratic nomination
Public health shutdown leaves Oregon's jobs in a big hole

Public health shutdown leaves Oregon's jobs in a big hole

Clackamas Review - News
State loses nearly 300,000 jobs since mid-March's stay-home order to stop spread of deadly illness.
Clackamas service club donations address county needs,…

Clackamas service club donations address county needs,…

Clackamas Review - News
Rotary Club provides grant funding for local COVID-19 emergency, hospital in The Gambia
Tootie Smith wins bid for Clackamas County chair seat

Tootie Smith wins bid for Clackamas County chair seat

Clackamas Review - News
Jim Bernard loses reelection campaign for top seat on Board of County Commissioners.
OHSU employee dies of COVID-19

OHSU employee dies of COVID-19

Clackamas Review - News
Union says it raised concerns about worker safety for food service employees before documented outbreak and death
Drazan runs unopposed in Republican primary for HD 39

Drazan runs unopposed in Republican primary for HD 39

Clackamas Review - News
Christine Drazan, R-Canby, was first elected to House District 39 in 2018 and serves as the House Minority Leader

Politics, real estate intersect in Oregon…

Clackamas Review - News
Politics, real estate intersect in Oregon…
Republican nominee lives at same address as former representative; current rep is a Realtor, supporter of rent control

Brandenburg could win Clackamas County sheriff race…

Clackamas Review - News
Brandenburg could win Clackamas County sheriff race…
If undersheriff holds on with more than 50% of primary vote, she won't have to appear on November ballot for a runoff

Commissioner Ken Humberston may face runoff to keep…

Clackamas Review - News
Commissioner Ken Humberston may face runoff to keep…
Marine Corps veteran wants to serve second term as Clackamas County elected official

Martha Schrader wins reelection as commissioner

Clackamas Review - News
Martha Schrader wins reelection as commissioner
Former state legislator to serve third consecutive term on Clackamas County board

Happy Valley voters reject mayoral stipend

Clackamas Review - News
Happy Valley voters reject mayoral stipend
Mayor Tom Ellis was set to receive the city's first $750 monthly payment in July

North Clackamas teachers donate $13K to emergency…

Clackamas Review - News
North Clackamas teachers donate $13K to emergency…
Funds designed to provide bridge support to families struggling due to disruptions in a parent's work hours.

Teacher of the Year hails from Oregon City High…

Clackamas Review - News
Teacher of the Year hails from Oregon City High…
Kate Fisher Hedeen, named top educator in Clackamas County region, in running for statewide award

Supreme Court sets stage for fight on Brown's…

Clackamas Review - News
Supreme Court sets stage for fight on Brown's…
Legal challengers asked to submit arguments after Oregon Supreme Court stays a ruling overturning governor's mid-March pandemic shutdown.

Trump announces $185 million for TriMet's COVID…

Clackamas Review - News
Trump announces $185 million for TriMet's COVID…
Regional transit authority can use funds to cover salaries, personal protective equipment and cleaning supplies.

Milwaukie-area school donates 15,000 sack lunches

Clackamas Review - News
Milwaukie-area school donates 15,000 sack lunches
La Salle Prep's sack lunch-drive supports Blanchet House in Portland, other agencies

Gladstone freshman make 70 face shields for first…

Clackamas Review - News
Gladstone freshman make 70 face shields for first…
Police, fire departments benefit from one of many new aspects of distance learning in school district

Court: Oregon governor's stay-at-home rules still…

Portland Tribune - News
Court: Oregon governor's stay-at-home rules still…
The Supreme Court put on hold a Baker County ruling, sought by churches, to overturn orders on constitutional grounds.

Chester Cunningham, 101, reunited with stolen…

Clackamas Review - News
Chester Cunningham, 101, reunited with stolen…
Resident of mobile-home park just east of Milwaukie declines donations from community members, saying others need it more

Oregon State Marine Board approves zone tweaks for…

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon State Marine Board approves zone tweaks for…
The board shrinks the number of zones where wakesurfing is allowed from five to two

Milwaukie American Legion collects 45 pints of blood

Clackamas Review - News
Milwaukie American Legion collects 45 pints of blood
Officials say Red Cross is experiencing severe blood shortages due to coronavirus, decrease in donors

Oregon City-born priest dies from coronavirus

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City-born priest dies from coronavirus
Jim Herrmann, 82, served thousands of parishioners at senior-living centers

West Linn, Oregon City, Gladstone form I-205…

Clackamas Review - News
West Linn, Oregon City, Gladstone form I-205…
Officials from the three cities will work with Clackamas County to advise ODOT on tolling plans

Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas reopening…

Clackamas Review - News
Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas reopening…
The local county chairs say they intend to reopen safely and lack funds to track coronavirus.

Checking in: Clackamas County Adminstrator Gary…

Clackamas Review - News
Checking in: Clackamas County Adminstrator Gary…
Manager shares how the pandemic has shifted priorities within county government

Buy a T-shirt, support Happy Valley businesses

Clackamas Review - News
Buy a T-shirt, support Happy Valley businesses
Grassroots effort aims to help local businesses that have been impacted by the economic repercussions of COVID-19

OSU Master Gardener program offering free online…

Clackamas Review - News
OSU Master Gardener program offering free online…
Extension service offers how-to tips, gardening advice for anyone who wants to learn

Clackamas County grapples with decision to reopen

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County grapples with decision to reopen
Dozens of issues at play as commissioners, staff discuss best path forward for region to combat COVID-19, economic downturn

Pamplin helping local businesses double their…

Clackamas Review - News
Pamplin helping local businesses double their…
Matching advertising fund increased to $2.6 million after hundreds of local businesses, non-profits and business associations apply for help

Oregon child contracts COVID-related respiratory…

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon child contracts COVID-related respiratory…
Health officials say girl is being treated for pediatric multi-system inflammatory syndrome

Happy Valley resident gets Bonneville Power's…

Clackamas Review - News
Happy Valley resident gets Bonneville Power's…
Rafael Kaup developed drone piloting policies for planning vegetation removal around newly acquired power lines

Milwaukie's Wichita Center sees recent influx of…

Clackamas Review - News
Milwaukie's Wichita Center sees recent influx of…
North Clackamas resource facility for homeless students busy as regional school leaders work to provide families food

Gladstone couple tie knot on 'second and last…

Clackamas Review - News
Gladstone couple tie knot on 'second and last…
Nortons' May 2 wedding, originally scheduled in Astoria, changes venues to nature park due to COVID-19

Gladstone reopens Meldrum Bar Park to vehicles

Clackamas Review - News
Gladstone reopens Meldrum Bar Park to vehicles
Mayor warns that police department will be patrolling boat ramp to check for social distancing

$500K in scholarships for young Clackamas County…

Clackamas Review - News
$500K in scholarships for young Clackamas County…
Work from 115 students across nine school districts is being displayed at clackesd.org.

The count must go on, as census operations pick…

Clackamas Review - News
The count must go on, as census operations pick…
U.S. Census Bureau this week begins delivering Census packets to Oregon households

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