Chris Wadsworth retires as Oregon City Police community…

Clackamas Review - Features
Crime prevention coordinator first hired by city in 1999, when she worked for the cemetery

Like it or not, 'space invaders' headed your way

Gresham Outlook - Features
Mt. Hood Community College Planetarium show focuses on traveling cosmic objects

New Century Players present 'Beau Jest'

Clackamas Review - Features
Oak Grove romantic comedy about family - and for family - uses laughs to look at loyalty

Foster Personal Independence and Dignity at River Terrace…

Oregon City News - Features
SUGGESTED CONTENT: Caring Places Management is delighted to bring its newest memory care, River Terrace, to the Oregon City area.

'Noises Off' sure to leave audiences laughing

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City Children's Theatre production opens March 8 at the Beavercreek Grange

'Company of Wayward Saints' offers mosaic of life

Clackamas Review - Features
Rising Phoenix Theater's production of play by George Herman opens March 8 at the Oak Grove United Methodist Church

'The Liar' to play at Clackamas Community College

Clackamas Review - Features
Mistakes, physical comedy, classic language highlights of production in Oregon City

'Pirates of Penzance' sails onto Oregon City stage

Clackamas Review - Features
Phoenix Choral Union to present two performances at historic Barclay School theatre

Oregon City students wear director's hat for 'Almost, Maine'

Clackamas Review - Features
High school drama department's student-directed play opens Wednesday, Feb. 27

People of Providence - Meet Lisa Vance

Portland Tribune - Features
The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon

'A Midsummer Night's Dream' will enchant audiences at Rex…

Clackamas Review - Features
High school play opening on Feb. 22 chosen as 'most accessible of Shakespeare's comedies'

Library of Things is a Clackamas County borrower's dream

Clackamas Review - Features
Libraries involved are Canby, Estacada, Lake Oswego, Milwaukie, Oregon City, Sandy/Hoodland, West Linn and Wilsonville

Clackamas County dahlia growers win prestigious medal

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City, Canby growers win U.S. medals for hybrid varieties from National Garden Bureau

'Friends with Guns' creates political, emotional minefield

Clackamas Review - Features
Milwaukie-based play is part of the Fertile Ground Festival of New Work throughout Portland area

Clackamas Community College student hopes to prevent…

Clackamas Review - Features
Michael Doust wants to see student-led outreach program, 'From the Darkness,' begin

Planetarium show takes viewers beyond range of visible light

Gresham Outlook - Features
'Seeing the Invisible Universe' at Mt. Hood Community College uses data from many telescopes

Socially conscious shop opens in Oregon City

Clackamas Review - Features
Robin May: World HeARTs Fair Trade's ethically crafted items have stories behind them

'I Got Guns' brings Renaissance style to modern farce

Gresham Outlook - Features
Linn-Benton Community College theater troupe visits MHCC to deliver firearms satire

Nisbett Jewelers still sparkles after 25 years

Clackamas Review - Features
Family in business since 1993 in shop on Southeast 42nd Street, just off King Road in Milwaukie

Flower shop springs up in downtown Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Features
Portland Posy, a plant and floral store, sets down roots on Main Street in Milwaukie on Nov. 3

Oak Grove man's woven artistry rooted in history

Clackamas Review - Features
Rose Villa exhibit featuring 75 of resident James Carthel's handmade baskets

Mary Rose Boutique celebrates women of all sizes

Clackamas Review - Features
Newly opened shop in downtown Oregon City fulfills dream to open a brick-and-mortar 'body positive' clothing store

Popular Oregon City restaurant Yvonne's expands into 818…

Clackamas Review - Features
Yvonne Haney and her father, Raymond, opened Yvonne's in November 2014, as a brunch destination now expanding to dinner

Tilikum Choir concert kicks off new holiday tradition

Clackamas Review - Features
Milwaukie Lutheran Choir to sing Vivaldi's 'Gloria,' accompanied by the Portland Chamber Orchestra

Oregon City Special Olympics program excels

Clackamas Review - Features
Organizers of the local Oregon Unified Sports program worry about the program dying out with many involved seniors graduating next year

Fantasy writer Cassandra Clare to speak in Happy Valley

Clackamas Review - Features
Dec. 4 marked the much-anticipated release of 'Queen of Air and Darkness,' the third and final installment the 'Dark Artifices' novels

'The Elves and the Shoemaker' opens Dec. 6 at Rex Putnam

Clackamas Review - Features
High school drama students Rachelle George and Alyssa Marchant decided to direct play because they fell in love with the humor in the script

OCHS begins new era in theater with 'Drowsy Chaperone'

Clackamas Review - Features
Talents of 100 Oregon City High School students will be displayed when play opens at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5

'Christmas Carol' kicks off season at Milwaukie Pond House

Clackamas Review - Features
Thursday, Dec. 6, Pulp Stage members to read a reimagined version of classic Charles Dickens tale

Rex Putnam High School discovers beauty in Shakespeare's…

Clackamas Review - Features
Drama students meet with representatives of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's School Visit Program Team

'Fireside Christmas' will warm even toughest Scrooge

Clackamas Review - Features
New Century Players cabaret-style show at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 23 and 24 and at 2 p.m. Nov. 24 and 25

NCPRD-supported nutrition program largest in metro area

Clackamas Review - Features
North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District helps seniors stay in their own homes

Oregon City High School grad travels to 20 countries

Clackamas Review - Features
Julia Collins offers advice to frugal travelers for spending only about $2,300 for two months abroad

People of Providence – Meet Robert F. (Bob) Dwyer Jr.

Portland Tribune - Features
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Pulitzer winner 'Top Dog, Underdog' opens at Chapel Theatre

Clackamas Review - Features
Milwaukie play is about African-American brothers who grapple in a turbulent relationship punctuated with dark humor

'Lobby Hero' opens Clackamas Community College theater…

Clackamas Review - Features
Kenneth Lonergan play runs 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, and 2:30 p.m. Sundays, Nov. 8-18

Gladstone High School makes 'Much Ado' about Shakespeare

Clackamas Review - Features
Classic reset to 1980s, 'fun decade to reproduce - with its bright costumes, fun makeup, and those hit songs we all know and love'

Tilikum Community Choir presents 'A Tribute to Our Veterans'

Clackamas Review - Features
Concert, which is free for all veterans, will take place at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, at the Milwaukie Lutheran Church

The eagle has landed -- in a Milwaukie intersection

Clackamas Review - Features
Mural of national bird on Eagle Street unites, delights Island Station neighborhood

Krayon Kids marks 25 years with 'New Place for Dreamers'

Clackamas Review - Features
Play opening this weekend features 50 local performers ranging in age from 6 to 17

Zine Fest set for Nov. 3 at Oregon City Library

Clackamas Review - Features
Fans of self-published works urged to attend readings, workshop at 2nd annual event

Mah Jongg tournament Oct. 27 in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Features
Participants need to preregister by Oct. 24 so that organizers know how many players to set up for

Eponymous '25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee'

Clackamas Review - Features
Rex Putnam High School presents quirky musical with 'Putnam' in its name Oct. 19-27

Artists, community connect in Open Studios of…

Clackamas Review - Features
Annual event on Oct. 12, 13 and 14; openstudiosofbeavercreek.com offers a complete list of artists and a map to each studio.

Milwaukie's Chapel Theatre opens with 'Anatomy of a…

Clackamas Review - Features
Northwest premiere playwright Kat Ramsburg's show on Oct. 5 at 4107 S.E. Harrison St.

Coasters Crossing opens at the Oregon City train…

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New restaurant and pub is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily at 1757 Washington St.

Oregon City resident reprises dream role in 'Pippin'

Clackamas Review - Features
Stephanie Heuston calls show 'pure magic; a redemption story for every person's soul.'

Oregon City couple develops organic, natural…

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Landia Skincare line is vegan, handmade in small batches in Bill and Kathy Grady's Oregon City home,

North Clackamas hosts Sept. 22 watershed cleanup

Clackamas Review - Features
Urban Watersheds Council, North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District co-host event

Uncover the magic of the quilting world

Portland Tribune - Features
The Northwest Quilting Expo kicks off this Thursday, Sept. 27, for a three day event at the Portland Expo Center

People of Providence - Meet Lori Bergen, RN and…

Portland Tribune - Features
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GG's Delicatessen celebrates 50 years in Oak Grove

Clackamas Review - Features
Restaurant marks golden anniversary at McLoughlin Boulevard location; menu largely unchanged from 1968

Skibowl general managerto oversee new development

Sandy Post - Features
Brett Fischer promoted to VP of lodging/future development after 17 years with resort

Fundraiser for Camp Odakoda races into sixth year…

Sandy Post - Features
Boring-based 5K benefits summer camp for children on the autistic spectrum

Oregon City company packages 'bliss'

Clackamas Review - Features
Daniell Bliss and Rick Jennings' Bliss Nut Butters packed full of protein, vitamins and minerals

Wendi Harrel loves foster mom to needy kids

Clackamas Review - Features
Dan Harrel is the pastor at Thompson Road Bible Fellowship Church; Clackamas residents have fostered 15 children in 10 years

Oak Grove Garden Club to host fundraiser at Risley…

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St. Josef Winery's tasting highlights event to raise funds for a student scholarship at Clackamas Community College

Happy 20th, Pickathon!

Portland Tribune - Features
Blind Boys of Alabama, Built to Spill, Black Pumas, Lost Bayou Ramblers and many more wow the crowds at eclectic Happy Valley music festival

Milwaukie quilt store covers it all

Clackamas Review - Features
McKenna Ryan Designs/Pine Needles on Jefferson Street inspired by Montana pine forest

Oregon City musician releases new album

Clackamas Review - Features
Josh Karch's latest, 'This Too Shall Pass,' infused with positivity, friends, family

Cuddle Cot gives parents time to grieve lost newborn

Clackamas Review - Features
Milwaukie residents Carly and Nick Itami twice suffered the unthinkable loss and now are helping others

At 20-year mark, Pickathon still taking chances

Portland Tribune - Features
There will be 50-plus artists helping Happy Valley music festival celebrate the milestone, Aug. 3-5; founder Zale Schoenborn is ecstatic about the…

'Storytelling at Twilight' coming to Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Features
Pulp Stage theater company brings offering to the Ledding Library Pond House at 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 2

Local students present 'A Different Kind of Gun…

Clackamas Review - Features
Recent school shootings prompt action in the form of theatre, fundraiser for Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America

Milwaukie woman receives NEA fellowship award

Clackamas Review - Features
National Endowment for the Arts to give $25K to Feryal Abbasi-Ghnaim for Palestinian embroidery

Merideth Clark, Susannah Mars bring the love to CRT

Clackamas Review - Features
'Happy Days Are Here Again' will showcase hits of Barbra Streisand and Judy Garland at 7:30 p.m. July 15 in Oregon City

Milwaukie's New Century Players celebrate 100 years…

Clackamas Review - Features
Group presents cabaret fundraiser 7 p.m. Saturday, July 14, at Rose Villa Performing Arts Center

Philanthropic Educational Organization offers…

Clackamas Review - Features
Laurie Anderson and Faye Moore urge local women to apply for scholarships, grants, loans

See eye-popping autos July 15 at nation's 'best'…

Hillsboro Tribune - Features
SPONSORED CONTENT: Concours d'Elegance returns to the campus of Pacific University in Forest Grove

CRT opens season with new take on 'Sense and…

Clackamas Review - Features
Former Oregon City High School theater teacher Karlyn Love to direct fast-paced, witty play

Chuckie Pies moving to The Windward

Lake Oswego Review - Entertainment
Lisa and Chuck Shaw Ryan's much anticipated move allows more to experience their 'welcome home' hospitality style. In the meantime enjoy Chuckie Pies…

Oregon City celebrates end of a theatrical era

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City High School's Karlyn Love, Mark Schwahn intend to continue working in theater, directing and acting

Gladstone woodworker donates 5 percent to Audubon…

Clackamas Review - Features
Handmade birdhouses, tables, chairs and other art offered in time for Father's Day

Oregon City Children's Theatre stages juicy 'Peach'

Clackamas Review - Features
'James and the Giant Peach Jr.' opens June 7 with a fundraiser show and gala in Beavercreek

Hailey Kilgore nominated for a 2018 Tony award

Clackamas Review - Features
Happy Valley resident makes her Broadway debut in 'Once On This Island' last December

Clackamas Community College presents the nonsense…

Clackamas Review - Features
Sisters sing, dance and preach fun at Niemeyer Osterman Theatre, 19600 Molalla Ave., Oregon City

Moonlight Coffeehouse moving to downtown Oak Grove

Clackamas Review - Features
Pixie Adams and her husband, Angel, say their goal is to be open in the new space by July 1

In Clackamas, travel to South Africa without…

Clackamas Review - Features
In talk at Clackamas Community College, Happy Valley residents to speak about South Africa trip

Adam Ericksen leads Clackamas United faithful to a…

Clackamas Review - Features
Rev. Denise Andersen's retirement as pastor at Clackamas United Church of Christ leaves big pair of shoes to fill

'Seussical the Musical' brings beloved characters…

Clackamas Review - Features
Production will explode onto the Gladstone High School stage at 7 p.m. April 13

New Century Players' 'Enchanted April' at Rose Villa

Clackamas Review - Features
Italy in spring is backdrop for special getaway opening April 13; final performance April 15

Band, orchestra tune up for April 8 concert

Clackamas Review - Features
Portland Metro Concert Band, East County Community Orchestra join forces to present at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 8

Lady golfers will kick off the season April 4

Lake Oswego Review - My Community
Interested women of all skill levels invited to attend a breakfast to learn about group

Local dentist donates time, expertise at Nicaragua…

Clackamas Review - Features
Dr. France Sunseri fulfilled desire to travel, help others at Clinica Apoyo in Comarcas de la Laguna

Clackamas High School grad helps bring free medical…

Clackamas Review - Features
Ashley Filler gives boost to Open Arms International, an organization dedicated to helping orphaned children in Africa

Governor candidate Buehler to meet with GOP women

Lake Oswego Review - My Community
Lake Oswego Republican Women will hold their monthly luncheon meeting March 20 at 11:30 a.m. All are invited to attend.

Oregon City High School presents 'Word Play 6:…

Clackamas Review - Features
Check out six original short plays written, designed, directed and acted by advanced drama students

Prince of Life Lutheran welcomes all to experience…

Clackamas Review - Features
Oregon City church's 'contemplative retreat' appeals to millennials, others seeking inclusion

Historic kidnapping case gets modern turn in 'The…

Clackamas Review - Features
Sue Mach's play deals with fake news, media frenzy, 'exploitation of tragic events'

'Lost in Yonkers' opens Feb. 28 at Oregon City High…

Clackamas Review - Features
Play is 'Neil Simon at his best,' said Karlyn Love, who is directing the production

Trash into treasure: Oregon City answers the Trex…

Clackamas Review - Features
John McLoughlin Elementary School students, staff support sustainability by collecting bags, other plastics

Chapel Theatre to hold grand opening festivity in…

Clackamas Review - Features
Owners to host an open house and ribbon cutting starting at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18

'Legally Blonde' brings energy to Rex Putnam High…

Clackamas Review - Features
Show based on 2001 film starring Reese Witherspoon comes to Oak Grove in a production opening on Feb. 16

Metro HomeShare offersClackamas County housing…

Clackamas Review - Features
In a home-share match, Home Providers may seek services like yardwork, pet care or transportation in exchange for a room to rent

Clackamas Repertory Theatre begins season with…

Clackamas Review - Features
CRT will also open interactive children's show 'Wing It Bring It On' Saturday, Feb. 10

Milwaukie's UrbanWarrior offers adventure, fun,…

Clackamas Review - Features
'Jungle gym for adults' trains new generation of 'ninjas' in Clackamas County

Milwaukie's New Century Players present 'Infinite…

Clackamas Review - Features
Staged reading opens at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 26, in the Rose Villa Performing Arts Center

Joyce Rollins, who served homeless for 15 years,…

Clackamas Review - Features
Last October, Clackamas Service Center volunteer's mobile home burned to the ground, leaving her and her disabled son homeless

Milwaukie's late, great Paul deLay featured in…

Clackamas Review - Features
Musical is part of the annual Fertile Ground Festival of New Work Jan. 27-28 in Portland

Willamette Falls torytelling project seeks…

Clackamas Review - Features
Clackamas Community College instructor Sue Mach to lead two digital workshops in February and May

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