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Lake Run Festival gears up for a fun time  

Lake Run Festival gears up for a fun time  

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Bring the family to enjoy all the fun the Lake Run Festival has to offer! Sponsored story brought to you by Northwest Housing Alternatives
Clackamas Repertory Theatre returns to the indoor stage

Clackamas Repertory Theatre returns to the indoor stage

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Three lively productions planned for 2022 season include two musicals, one play
Clackamas County-based Elle Crée thrives during pandemic

Clackamas County-based Elle Crée thrives during pandemic

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Paint-by-numbers shop garners national attention from Oprah Winfrey, the Washington Post
Happy Valley's two high schools partner to bring 'Pippin'…

Happy Valley's two high schools partner to bring 'Pippin'…

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Spectrum of human experience at the heart of lively musical, opening May 13 at new Adrienne C. Nelson Performing Arts Center
'Seussical the Musical' brings fantasy to Oregon City High…

'Seussical the Musical' brings fantasy to Oregon City High…

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Colorful characters, song and dance enliven show for all ages in upcoming production
Milwaukie plant sales coming just in time for Mother's Day

Milwaukie plant sales coming just in time for Mother's Day

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Neighborhood park, Ledding Library benefit from annual fundraisers; Johnson Creek to get cleaned up
Northwest Housing Alternatives – Providing Stability…

Northwest Housing Alternatives – Providing Stability…

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The Milwaukie-based housing nonprofit builds houses for and gives opportunities for seniors, families, veterans, and people with special needs across…
Plant sales in Clackamas County herald the coming of spring

Plant sales in Clackamas County herald the coming of spring

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Find various native plants, vegetable starts and other horticultural items across the region
Milwaukie middle school creates bilingual 'cultural…

Milwaukie middle school creates bilingual 'cultural…

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Classes and after-school activities help students understand Hispanic culture at Alder Creek Middle School
TriptheDark Dance Company reflects on pandemic losses, gains

TriptheDark Dance Company reflects on pandemic losses, gains

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'Mausoleum: A Dance & Drink Pairing Event' showcases four dancers, variety of music in Milwaukie
Young actors weave classic tale together in 'Charlotte's…

Young actors weave classic tale together in 'Charlotte's…

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Oregon City Children's Theatre production opens April 15 at Beavercreek Grange
Bring Play to Milwaukie Bay partners businesses, foundation

Bring Play to Milwaukie Bay partners businesses, foundation

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Residents hope to raise $50,000 for completion of park on waterfront, near downtown area's MAX light-rail station
Gladstone High School presents 'fantastic show about hope'

Gladstone High School presents 'fantastic show about hope'

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Students, new director open lively musical 'Annie Jr.' on April 8 in auditorium
Clackamas student art show in person for first time in 3…

Clackamas student art show in person for first time in 3…

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More than 150 pieces of art express beauty, make cultural connections and raise awareness about the effects of trauma
CCC sets winter stage performance

CCC sets winter stage performance

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The college's theater department will present 'Red Herring' over multiple dates in early March
Action film shot in Clackamas County debuts digitally

Action film shot in Clackamas County debuts digitally

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Tualatin resident Andrew Brown's new movie, set almost entirely around Molalla, is available online.
Wilsonville artist displays 20 works in Oregon City's City…

Wilsonville artist displays 20 works in Oregon City's City…

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Susan Schenk creates abstract paintings based on the poem 'Do Not Stand at My Grave and Weep'
Damascus resident to vie for Miss America crown

Damascus resident to vie for Miss America crown

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Abigail Hayes, Miss Oregon, joins national Miss America pageant later this month
Alice, the Red Queen, Mad Hatter to walk into La Salle Prep

Alice, the Red Queen, Mad Hatter to walk into La Salle Prep

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Play with original Michael Allen Harrison music marks return to stage after a long hiatus.
Clackamas County Krayon Kids plan 'Nashville Bound 2.0'…

Clackamas County Krayon Kids plan 'Nashville Bound 2.0'…

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Children's production set for audiences in November at historic Barclay Theater
Keeping Your Kids Safe on the Internet While Distance…

Keeping Your Kids Safe on the Internet While Distance…

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Sponsored story brought to you by Xfinity - Comcast's xFi app offers a number of parental controls that parents can use every single day to monitor…
Do Good! Buy Local Beer... and Cider... and Spirits!

Do Good! Buy Local Beer... and Cider... and Spirits!

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Mt. Hood Territory Tap Trail - Mt. Hood Territory - Do Good! Buy Local Beer... and Cider... and Spirits!
River Terrace Memory Care – 'Exceeding expectations for…

River Terrace Memory Care – 'Exceeding expectations for…

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Sponsored story brought to you by River Terrace Memory Care in Oregon City. Where their model of care is intended to create an environment that…
'In a Solitary Place' explores art made during quarantine

'In a Solitary Place' explores art made during quarantine

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Clackamas Community College continues virtual art exhibits with Portland-based musician Sean Croghan
'Great River of the West' surveys 1,250-mile-long Columbia

'Great River of the West' surveys 1,250-mile-long Columbia

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Rescheduled talk: Robbie McClaran will speak Jan. 27 about exhibition through Clackamas Community College
Providence Festival of Trees goes virtual with 'Home for…

Providence Festival of Trees goes virtual with 'Home for…

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SPONSORED CONTENT: It's still as awesome as ever but just virtual. Check out the awe inspiring Christmas trees, attend the gala on Thursday, Dec. 3…
Come Relax on the Mountain, It's Calling You....

Come Relax on the Mountain, It's Calling You....

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Suggested reading brought to you by Mt. Hood Area Chamber of Commerce - See you soon in the Mt. Hood Forest - sponsored content
Business News Update: The Healing Plate

Business News Update: The Healing Plate

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Suggested reading brought to you by The Healing Plate - The Healing Plate: a new healthy meal option
Clackamas County's unlikely knight

Clackamas County's unlikely knight

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SquiresPDX provides support network for teen fathers, helps connect them to resources
People of Providence - Meet Robin Henderson

People of Providence - Meet Robin Henderson

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SUGGESTED CONTENT: The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon. Learn how philanthropy is ensuring all…

People of Providence - Meet Kevin J. Koomalsingh,…

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People of Providence - Meet  Kevin J. Koomalsingh,…
SUGGESTED CONTENT: The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon

Business News Update: Oregon Trail Recovery and…

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Business News Update: Oregon Trail Recovery and…
Suggested reading brought to you by Oregon Trail Recovery and Pacific Crest Trail Detox - helping people with addiction and recovery

Business News Update: Mary Anne Rees

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Business News Update: Mary Anne Rees
Suggested reading brought to you by Mary Anne Rees- Bach to school special from pianist Mary Anne Rees

River Terrace remains Covid-free

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River Terrace remains Covid-free
This article brought to you by Jeffrey Wellington from River Terrace Memory Care-Assisted Living INSIDER-Adult Services-Memory Care

Business News Update: Oregon Trail Recovery and…

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Business News Update: Oregon Trail Recovery and…
Suggested reading brought to you by Oregon Trail Recovery and Pacific Crest Trail Detox - helping people with addiction and recovery

Boring vendors think inside the box

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Boring vendors think inside the box
For a limited time, business owners will sell Boring Boxes filled with local food, products for $100.

Need a good laugh? Clackamas Community College has…

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Need a good laugh? Clackamas Community College has…
Theater students take to stage online with several comedic one-act plays free to the public

Business News Update: Oregon Trail Recovery and…

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Business News Update: Oregon Trail Recovery and…
Suggested reading brought to you by Oregon Trail Recovery and Pacific Crest Trail Detox - helping people with addiction and recovery

Nationally celebrated artist dies at home in Oak…

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Nationally celebrated artist dies at home in Oak…
George D. Green, 76, whose work is part of the permanent collections of over 70 museums, was a founding member of the abstract illusionism movement

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Virtual jams, workbook keep ukulele players…

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Virtual jams, workbook keep ukulele players…
Craig Chee, Sarah Maisel to host Online Mini Uke Fest on April 11; visit craigandsarah.com for more information

Free soothing music offered by Michael Allen…

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Free soothing music offered by Michael Allen…
Could you benefit from listening to some soothing music? Read on to learn where you can find some and it's free.

Milwaukie teachers to bring skills to Congo

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Milwaukie teachers to bring skills to Congo
North Clackamas School District's Kelley and Phil Marchant look forward to exploring culture, community

Caring for pets amid COVID-19 crisis

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Caring for pets amid COVID-19 crisis
DoveLewis' services will continue as normal, but precautions are likely to have lasting impact

Sterile techniques will help keep food safe, healthy

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Sterile techniques will help keep food safe, healthy
YouTube video shows how to sterilize grocery packages so you aren't bringing coronavirus into your home. Take a look and share this widely, as it…

'Savage Midlife' ready to rumble, coronavirus or not

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'Savage Midlife' ready to rumble, coronavirus or not
Comedy produced by Oregon City High School grads seeks community support through Kickstarter

Finding peace amid crisis

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Finding peace amid crisis
Local parks provide outlet for East Multnomah County residents to shake off social-distance blues

Woman grows community at small Happy Valley farm

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Woman grows community at small Happy Valley farm
Jen Browning's Juniper Layne Farm provides produce, flowers, eggs at farmers market

NAMI Clackamas County member's book inspires readers

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NAMI Clackamas County member's book inspires readers
Sherry Joiner's 'Last Miracle for Maria' addresses suicide, offers advice on alcoholism and mental illness

League of Women Voters celebrates 100th anniversary

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League of Women Voters celebrates 100th anniversary
Clackamas County group to publish voter guide in May, a century since passage of the 19th Amendment

Clackamas County to welcome season with English tea

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Clackamas County to welcome season with English tea
Registration begins for May 2 event to be held at Oak Grove United Methodist Church

State FFA Convention canceled in wake of new…

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State FFA Convention canceled in wake of new…
The gathering won't be rescheduled, but students will still get to compete in rescheduled competitions.

Miss Oregon asks nation to Standup against bullying

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Miss Oregon asks nation to Standup against bullying
Milwaukie resident Shayla Montgomery, a senior at Clackamas Middle College, prepares for Miss Teen USA pageant

Take a trip to 'Almost, Maine' in Milwaukie

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Take a trip to 'Almost, Maine' in Milwaukie
Rising Phoenix Theater's connected tales of love sure to resonate with viewers

'Spin Cycle' presents load of Oregon City…

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'Spin Cycle' presents load of Oregon City…
OCHS irons out seven one-act plays set in a laundromat, opening March 4 at high school

Tany's Bakery thrives on familial partnership

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Tany's Bakery thrives on familial partnership
Mom, dad, kids of Loeza family put heart and soul into homemade pastries, bread, cakes

John Aho Memorial Steelhead Derby returns to…

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John Aho Memorial Steelhead Derby returns to…
March 7 event honors Sandy River guide who died in 2018; weigh-in held at Skyland Pub

Enter Willie Wonka's world with Clackamas High…

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Enter Willie Wonka's world with Clackamas High…
Beloved characters come to life in 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' opening March 6

'Leaving Iowa' takes poignant, witty tour of…

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'Leaving Iowa' takes poignant, witty tour of…
Eastside Theater Company show will spark memories of dad-directed road trips

Rex Putnam High School goes under the sea with…

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Rex Putnam High School goes under the sea with…
Small children to adults will enjoy musical love story starting Feb. 21 in Oak Grove

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