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Legislature must pass COVID-19 liability protections

Legislature must pass COVID-19 liability protections

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Laura Edmonds, CEO of the North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce, calls for Oregon lawmakers to help prevent costly litigation
Clackamas County getting short end of stick

Clackamas County getting short end of stick

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Les Poole of Gladstone calls on public to join him in requesting that commissioners stand strong in demanding fair treatment
Governor not funding Clackamas County’s pandemic response

Governor not funding Clackamas County’s pandemic response

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Jim Bernard: Board of County Commissioners needs your help to urge Gov. Kate Brown to distribute federal funding
Former Oregon City Mayor Doug Neeley supports recall

Former Oregon City Mayor Doug Neeley supports recall

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Letter: Dan Holladay's actions during COVID-19 pandemic not only illegal, but also done without the approval of the City Commission
Clackamette Cove development plan now irrelevant

Clackamette Cove development plan now irrelevant

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Former county employee, descendent of Frederik Law Olmsted say Oregon City lagoon area should not be paved over
Ethical leadership is badly needed in Oregon City

Ethical leadership is badly needed in Oregon City

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Chief petitioner to recall mayor: Dan Holladay does not care about fellow citizens.
Volunteers still needed to sew masks, save lives

Volunteers still needed to sew masks, save lives

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Oregon City resident and state coordinator for Sewingforlives.com calls for more people to donate and find more fabric.
Oregon City teacher supports recall of Mayor Dan Holladay

Oregon City teacher supports recall of Mayor Dan Holladay

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Dara Kramer: 'As an educator and a parent, how can I teach the value of integrity, honesty, and cooperation to my students and child, when they could…
New Century Players artistic director will be missed

New Century Players artistic director will be missed

Clackamas Review - Opinion
NCP Managing Director Elisabeth Goebel: Kelley and Phil Marchant wished 'all the best in this new and thrilling adventure' to Democratic Republic of…
Thank you, Clackamas County Commission, for preventing drug…

Thank you, Clackamas County Commission, for preventing drug…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Oregon City Together board member: 'Renewal of these grants is critical because youth are especially vulnerable right now.'
COVID-19 compassion calls: Volunteers checking in and…

COVID-19 compassion calls: Volunteers checking in and…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Gary Marschke of NAMI Clackamas: 'Among those most vulnerable to the anxiety and isolation of a pandemic lockdown are those with mental health…
Everyone should support recall of Oregon City Mayor Dan…

Everyone should support recall of Oregon City Mayor Dan…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Adam Marl is the campaign manager for the Committee to Recall Dan Holladay from public office.
Sign petition to build parks in unincorporated Clackamas

Sign petition to build parks in unincorporated Clackamas

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Grover Jeffrey Bornefeld is a member of the Jennings Lodge Community Planning Organization and the NCPRD Advisory Board.
Support a good plan for Oak Grove's Concord property

Support a good plan for Oak Grove's Concord property

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Concord Partnership Board of Directors members Ron Campbell, Michael Schmeer and Geoffrey Janke advocate plan.
'Free press' isn't free - now, more than ever, it needs…

'Free press' isn't free - now, more than ever, it needs…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Strike a blow for liberty by supporting your local independent media outlet this July 4.
Systematic racism drives Clackamas County homelessness

Systematic racism drives Clackamas County homelessness

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Lynne Deshler is administrator of the Homeless Solutions Coalition of Clackamas County.
Former commissioner asks for Dan Holladay's resignation

Former commissioner asks for Dan Holladay's resignation

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Brian Shaw was elected to serve as a commissioner for Oregon City from 2015-18.
Our View: Pamplin papers change use of 'Black'

Our View: Pamplin papers change use of 'Black'

Portland Tribune - Opinion
AP style change focuses on being inclusive and respectful in news reporting and the evolution of language.
Milwaukie police cars are unnecessarily intimidating

Milwaukie police cars are unnecessarily intimidating

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Jesse Benjamin Brown is a resident of the unincorporated area to the south of Milwaukie city limits.
We all have the power to effect positive change

We all have the power to effect positive change

Clackamas Review - Opinion
M. E. Weick of Milwaukie: There is a way to stop brutality, injustice and inequality: to remember that we truly share a humanity.
My View: Open Oregon says make police misconduct records…

My View: Open Oregon says make police misconduct records…

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Open Oregon, a member of the National Freedom of Information Coalition, shares the frustration of those stymied in their efforts to hold police…
Hoping for an end to racism, harrassment in Gladstone

Hoping for an end to racism, harrassment in Gladstone

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Janice Saban is a Gladstone resident who leads the Our Community Cat Rescue nonprofit group.
School board member: Oregon City mayor's 'brazen disrespect'

School board member: Oregon City mayor's 'brazen disrespect'

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Steven Soll, Ph.D., is a member of the Oregon City School Board who teaches science at Clackamas Community College.
Clackamas region not immune to effects of disparities

Clackamas region not immune to effects of disparities

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Neil Schulman, executive director of the North Clackamas Watersheds Council, thankful Milwaukie set goals not to only increase tree canopy - but to…
Yvonne's, 818 Lounge to stay closed in downtown Oregon City

Yvonne's, 818 Lounge to stay closed in downtown Oregon City

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Owner of popular restaurants confirms COVID-19 shuttering will remain permanent
Library 'friends' to reopen bookstore to benefit Oregon City

Library 'friends' to reopen bookstore to benefit Oregon City

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Friends of the Oregon City Library's bookstore, 814 Seventh St., closed for three months due to COVID-19
Clackamas Review/Oregon City News letters for May 27

Clackamas Review/Oregon City News letters for May 27

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Neighbors concerned about conditions at Milwaukie Bottledrop; Help keep everyone safe, healthy; Road harassment shouldn't be tolerated
Dynamic duo shows compassion in a crisis

Dynamic duo shows compassion in a crisis

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Gary Marschke of NAMI Clackamas: volunteer teachers Cathy Bankson and Elaine Teadke have impacted hundreds of students
Clackamas Review/Oregon City News letters for May 20

Clackamas Review/Oregon City News letters for May 20

Clackamas Review - Opinion
First address public health gaps; Linda Neace's blatant disregard of rule; advanced therapies, treatments and a vaccine needed for return to normalcy
Housing isn't optional, and we understand safety concerns

Housing isn't optional, and we understand safety concerns

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Susan Liston: Thank you to all those who voted to help homeless people in the Metro area

In spite of the virus, people are making a…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
In spite of the virus, people are making a…
Jerry Herrmann is president of Rivers of Life Center, a nonprofit organization focusing on youth training in the Willamette Valley.

Clackamas Review letters for May 13

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Clackamas Review letters for May 13
Gamba/Schrader race; Clackamas County sheriff race, supporters of Schoenfeld, Brandenburg

Readers Letters: Who's hoarding all those garbanzo…

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Readers Letters: Who's hoarding all those garbanzo…
Letter writers from around the region take aim at COVID-19 pandemic, elections, candidate endorsements and, of course, hoarding.

Candidate's personal slush fund challenges public…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Candidate's personal slush fund challenges public…
Sherry Healy, a resident of Clackamas County, submitted a formal complaint against Tootie Smith to the secretary of state in February.

Clackamas Review letters for May 6

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Clackamas Review letters for May 6
Gamba/Schrader race; Clackamas County sheriff race, supporters of Schoenfeld, Brandenburg

America will remain strong, reopen for business

Clackamas Review - Opinion
America will remain strong, reopen for business
Steve Johnson, a former Gladstone city councilor: 'The world hasn't ended. It's just taking a pause.'

Immediately open all Oregon parks, access roads

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Immediately open all Oregon parks, access roads
Bill Osburn is a resident of Gladstone and a candidate for Clackamas County commissioner.

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Clackamas Review - Opinion
The Review needs your support. GIVE TODAY
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What keeps me awake: one doctor's worry about…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
What keeps me awake: one doctor's worry about…
Iris Schrijver is a physician and serves as medical director of the Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine clinic.

Clackamas Review letters for April 29

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Clackamas Review letters for April 29
Response to view of Gladstone politics; Gamba/Schrader race; Clackamas County sheriff race

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Re-elect Bernard. Humberston…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Re-elect Bernard. Humberston…
Karen Trandum supports incumbent Jim Bernard for Clackamas County Chair, and Ken Humberston for re-election to the county Board of Commissioners.

Michael Moore's new film worth watching

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Michael Moore's new film worth watching
Milwaukie resident Elvis Clark: 'Planet of the Humans' ends up demonstrating that 'green' energy is not so green

Readers' letters for April 22

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Readers' letters for April 22
Crisis shows importance of biopharmaceutical research; Brandenburg is best choice for new sheriff

Column: Saving Sanity, how are you surviving…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Column: Saving Sanity, how are you surviving…
Columnist Anne Endicott wants to hear from you about how you're spending your time at home.

Clackamas High School drama thankful for…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Clackamas High School drama thankful for…
Carrie Jo Vincent is retiring at the end of the school year, after spending 27 years in the North Clackamas School District

Gladstone councilors don't play by absenteeism rules

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Gladstone councilors don't play by absenteeism rules
Gladstone resident Mindy Garlington is a member of the city's Audit Committee

Ed Zumwalt unmatched in commitment to Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Ed Zumwalt unmatched in commitment to Milwaukie
Lisa Batey encourages public to join her in making a contribution in his memory at leddinglibraryofmilwaukiefoundation.com

COVID-19 increases need to help local seniors

Clackamas Review - Opinion
COVID-19 increases need to help local seniors
Junia Stephens is director of development for Friends of the Milwaukie Center

Free Geek: Working to close digital divide gains…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Free Geek: Working to close digital divide gains…
Nonprofit offers to give students free computers in Clackamas, Multnomah counties

Humbled by fortitude of the human spirit amid…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Humbled by fortitude of the human spirit amid…
Victoria Alley Meinig, CEO of the Oregon City Chamber of Commerce: We are advocating, collaborating and meeting with county commissioners

Former cop's choice for sheriff is Schoenfeld

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Former cop's choice for sheriff is Schoenfeld
Sherwood resident Dave Howard is retired from 30 years of law enforcement in Clackamas County

Beavercreek resident: Schoenfeld has my vote

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Beavercreek resident: Schoenfeld has my vote
Russ Lawrence: Retired CCSO Sgt. Lynn Schoenfeld has not only served the county as an on-the-ground deputy and sergeant, but successfully managed a…

Community college is still open for business

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Community college is still open for business
Clackamas Community College Board of Education members: We provide the educated and trained workforce needed to deal with the impacts of COVID-19

Time to put ODOT's Milwaukie building to good use

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Time to put ODOT's Milwaukie building to good use
Happy Valley resident Kenneth Bailey: Create home for Oregon-learned skills, along with Oregon products from timber, horticulture farm products and…

Take steps to keep yourself healthy indoors

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Take steps to keep yourself healthy indoors
David Golobay is the owner of Sun Glow Heating and Cooling and a member of the Happy Valley Buisness Alliance

Letters for March 25

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Letters for March 25
Thank you, Republican legislators, for protecting Oregon; Ways to boost your immune system

A tribute to Al Schmidhamer, 1927-2019

Clackamas Review - Opinion
A tribute to Al Schmidhamer, 1927-2019
Mike Schmeer, a member of Oak Lodge History Detectives, writes about man said to have owned 'all of McLoughlin Boulevard' at one time, an…

Happy Valley physician arrested again should lose…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Happy Valley physician arrested again should lose…
Alyson Huntting of Gresham: 'I am hoping that Kaiser Permanente will put their patients before their employees, for their protection and permanently…

Baffled by County Sheriff Craig Roberts' decisions

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Baffled by County Sheriff Craig Roberts' decisions
Two letter writers from Clackamas County on recent search-and-rescue decisions

Chamber opposes new taxes in light of COVID-19

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Chamber opposes new taxes in light of COVID-19
Laura Edmonds is CEO of the North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce, whose board voted to oppose the proposed Metro Homeless Services Bond

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