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

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

Estacada News - 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

Estacada News - Opinion
Lynne Deshler is administrator of the Homeless Solutions Coalition of Clackamas County.
It's time for Mayor Drinkwine to engage

It's time for Mayor Drinkwine to engage

Estacada News - Opinion
Estacada News Editorial: Mayor Sean Drinkwine has an opportunity to put action to his words of apology for an insensitive statement on social media…
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.
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…
Dynamic duo shows compassion in a crisis

Dynamic duo shows compassion in a crisis

Estacada News - Opinion
Gary Marschke of NAMI Clackamas: volunteer teachers Cathy Bankson and Elaine Teadke have impacted hundreds of students
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: 'I encourage Democrats to consider…

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: 'I encourage Democrats to consider…

Estacada News - Opinion
The writer urges Oregon Democrats to apply to become delegates to the Democratic National Convention scheduled for Aug. 17-20 in Milwaukee, Wis.
In spite of the virus, people are making a difference

In spite of the virus, people are making a difference

Estacada News - Opinion
Jerry Herrmann is president of Rivers of Life Center, a nonprofit organization focusing on youth training in the Willamette Valley.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Don't let Republicans destroy Postal…

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Don't let Republicans destroy Postal…

Estacada News - Opinion
The writer opposes any effort to undermine or privatize the U.S. Postal Service.
Robert Edward Stalcup Jr.

Robert Edward Stalcup Jr.

Estacada News - Opinion
Robert Edward Stalcup Jr. died Tuesday, May 5. He was 74. A service will be held at a later date.
Candidate's personal slush fund challenges public trust

Candidate's personal slush fund challenges public trust

Estacada News - Opinion
Sherry Healy, a resident of Clackamas County, submitted a formal complaint against Tootie Smith to the secretary of state in February.
Immediately open all Oregon parks, access roads

Immediately open all Oregon parks, access roads

Estacada News - Opinion
Bill Osburn is a resident of Gladstone and a candidate for Clackamas County commissioner.
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Estacada News - Opinion
Tax-deductible donations made to the Estacada News will help us continue telling these important stories.
What keeps me awake: one doctor's worry about America's…

What keeps me awake: one doctor's worry about America's…

Estacada News - Opinion
Iris Schrijver is a physician and serves as medical director of the Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine clinic.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Elect Schoenfeld for Clackamas County…

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Elect Schoenfeld for Clackamas County…

Estacada News - Opinion
Lauren Chattigre is voting for Lynn Schoenfeld for Clackamas County Sheriff.
Unfair taxes put local business under at a time of great…

Unfair taxes put local business under at a time of great…

Estacada News - Opinion
Phil Darrah says Oregon's Corporate Activity Tax - a tax on business sales - was the final straw that forced him to close his pharmacy and lay off…
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Re-elect Bernard. Humberston to…

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

Estacada News - Opinion
Karen Trandum supports incumbent Jim Bernard for Clackamas County Chair, and Ken Humberston for re-election to the county Board of Commissioners.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Let evidence-based decisions guide…

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Let evidence-based decisions guide…

Estacada News - Opinion
Letter writer Cosy Roberts of Estacada endorses 'The Roadmap to Pandemic Resilience' to guide Oregon and its neighbors to smart decisions on lifting…
Column: Saving Sanity, how are you surviving quarantine?

Column: Saving Sanity, how are you surviving quarantine?

Estacada News - Opinion
Columnist Anne Endicott wants to hear from you about how you're spending your time at home.
Free Geek: Working to close digital divide gains importance

Free Geek: Working to close digital divide gains importance

Estacada News - Opinion
Nonprofit offers to give students free computers in Clackamas, Multnomah counties
Former cop's choice for sheriff is Schoenfeld

Former cop's choice for sheriff is Schoenfeld

Estacada News - Opinion
Sherwood resident Dave Howard is retired from 30 years of law enforcement in Clackamas County
1980: Loaves and Fishes celebrates four years in town

1980: Loaves and Fishes celebrates four years in town

Estacada News - Opinion
Several decades after that, third grader Jonathan Howard was the newspaper's student of the week
Oregon and COVID-19: Businesses need dramatic help - right…

Oregon and COVID-19: Businesses need dramatic help - right…

Estacada News - Opinion
Leaders at the city, county, regional and state level have to throw out the old playbook when it comes to keeping businesses afloat.
Why my blood turns to wine

Why my blood turns to wine

Estacada News - Opinion
Paul Keller, author of his monthly column 'Beneath Wy'east,' offers his reflection on our shared pandemic reality.
Governor: Feds didn't send enough protective equipment

Governor: Feds didn't send enough protective equipment

Estacada News - Opinion
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown also says state money for unemployment claims falls short of needs.
Disruption from virus won't stop our quality journalism

Disruption from virus won't stop our quality journalism

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Mark Garber is publisher of the Portland Tribune and president of Pamplin Media Group. You can reach him at [email protected]
Oregon teachers still at risk for spreading COVID-19

Oregon teachers still at risk for spreading COVID-19

Estacada News - Opinion
Tiffany Chapman: The private sector of the child care industry is inadequately resourced to handle a public-health crisis of this magnitude
1990: Characters from Seussville come to town

1990: Characters from Seussville come to town

Estacada News - Opinion
Two decades later, Northwest Technologies built three tank targets for United States Air Force
1990: Sparky the Dog shares fire safety lessons with…

1990: Sparky the Dog shares fire safety lessons with…

Estacada News - Opinion
Several decades later, several Estacada attractions had caught the attention of National Geographic
1980: Currinsville Market gets new owners

1980: Currinsville Market gets new owners

Estacada News - Opinion
Several decades later, community members enjoyed a night of music, dancing at the Chamber of Commerce Sweetheart Ball

1980: Valentine's Day cards on display at Estacada…

Estacada News - Opinion
1980: Valentine's Day cards on display at Estacada…
Ten years later, Estacada city leaders were considering a waterfront park along the Clackamas River

Night to Shine offers valuable lesson in joy

Estacada News - Opinion
Night to Shine offers valuable lesson in joy
Eagle Creek resident Lily Shaver shares her experience volunteering at the Night to Shine prom event

1980: Lakeshore Drive neighborhood annexed into…

Estacada News - Opinion
1980: Lakeshore Drive neighborhood annexed into…
Two decades later, the Estacada High School winter formal princesses made several appearances around the school

1980: Community member earns money for best news tip

Estacada News - Opinion
1980: Community member earns money for best news tip
In 2019, Estacada resident Raeline Kammeyer was honored as the Oregon Fairs Association Fair Board Member of the Year

And how are the children?

Estacada News - Opinion
And how are the children?
State Sen. Rob Wagner: When Oregonians are asked, 'And how are the children?' we should feel confident in the response, 'The children are well in…

Trail Blazers can honor Kobe Bryant by rekindling…

Estacada News - Opinion
Trail Blazers can honor Kobe Bryant by rekindling…
PAMPLIN MEDIA OPINION: If the Trail Blazers' ownership and current roster want to continue honoring Kobe Bryant, and his daughter, Gianna, there's a…

Woodland owners call for meaningful Oregon climate…

Estacada News - Opinion
Woodland owners call for meaningful Oregon climate…
GUEST OPINION: Cathy and Roger Fantz of Eagle Creek and hundreds of other members of Oregon's agricultural community are calling on lawmakers to pass…

2010: Estacada students find success Junior…

Estacada News - Opinion
2010: Estacada students find success Junior…
In 1980, 23 buffaloes made their way to Eagle Creek after being purchased by Mustang Gas and Oil Co. owner Jim Skytel

2000: Portland General Electric plans River Mill…

Estacada News - Opinion
2000: Portland General Electric plans River Mill…
In 1990, renowned magician David Charvet came to Estacada for an event hosted by the local Chamber of Commerce

1980: Eagle Creek resident named the state's logger…

Estacada News - Opinion
1980: Eagle Creek resident named the state's logger…
In 2000, Boring Jackpot owner Amy Denman donated $500 to the Estacada Youth Basketball program.

Invest in your community newspaper - subscribe

Estacada News - Opinion
Invest in your community newspaper - subscribe
Estacada News reporter Emily Lindstrand writes about the benefits community newspapers bring to their readers

2010: Estacada High School student advocates for…

Estacada News - Opinion
2010: Estacada High School student advocates for…
Thirty years prior, Estacada United Methodist Church became a Reconciling Church and welcomed LGBTTQ+ individuals

Vietnam Vets still without a Salem memorial

Sandy Post - Opinion
Vietnam Vets still without a Salem memorial
Steve Bates of Boring is an outspoken advocate for Vietnam veterans and for the creation of a Vietnam War Memorial in the shadow of Oregon's State…

2009: Teenager shows off Michael Jackson moves at…

Estacada News - Opinion
2009: Teenager shows off Michael Jackson moves at…
In 1979, a reader wrote into Pat Anderson's advice column about an issue she was having with her sister-in-law.

A Love Letter to My Aunt and Her Bakery

Estacada News - Opinion
A Love Letter to My Aunt and Her Bakery
New Harmony Bakery owner Jenny Beaudoin writes a letter to her aunt, Harmony Bakery founder Linda Lawrence

2009: Student asks Santa 'How is Christmas in the…

Estacada News - Opinion
2009: Student asks Santa 'How is Christmas in the…
Ten years prior, two Estacada residents were honored by the Red Cross for their efforts organizing blood drives

1989: Residents participate in holiday light…

Estacada News - Opinion
1989: Residents participate in holiday light…
Two decades before, an Estacada High School senior was participating in the Miss Milwaukie Pageant

A way to save local journalism

Estacada News - Opinion
A way to save local journalism
If you believe that an informed community is a strong community, then we at the Pamplin Media Group need your support - now, more than ever.

On losing my four-legged roommate and friend

Sandy Post - Opinion
On losing my four-legged roommate and friend
BENEATH WY'EAST: Columnist Paul Keller reflects on a stray tabby cat that wandered out of the Mt. Hood wilderness and into his heart.

Bipartisan cooperation is still possible

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
Bipartisan cooperation is still possible
If U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley can work productively with U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell - a.k.a 'oil and water' - then there is hope that Oregon's polarized…

Regardless of ZIP code, Oregonians on same page

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
Regardless of ZIP code, Oregonians on same page
Adam Davis of DHM Research says Oregonians are laser focused on key issues, and political candidates had better be prepared to discuss those topics

1999: Martin Luther King Jr. exhibit arrives in…

Estacada News - Opinion
1999: Martin Luther King Jr. exhibit arrives in…
Several decades prior, Estacada School District leaders were honoring classified employees week

For this Veterans Day: Remembering my father

Sandy Post - Opinion
For this Veterans Day: Remembering my father
As Veterans Day approaches, Sandy Post Columnist Paul Keller reminisces about his father, who served during World War II.

2018: Drama students host clown-themed Halloween…

Estacada News - Opinion
2018: Drama students host clown-themed Halloween…
Four decades prior, Horner's Food King staff dressed as witches and pumpkins for their pumpkin carving contest

2009: Estacada resident cares for Croatian bears

Estacada News - Opinion
2009: Estacada resident cares for Croatian bears
Two decades previously, senior Dawn Piersall was named the Estacada High School scholar of the week

1979: School district considers public kindergarten…

Estacada News - Opinion
1979: School district considers public kindergarten…
Two decades later, Estacada Grade School fifth grader Jason McCorkle was The News' student of the week

My View: Close loophole on surprise medical bills

Sandy Post - Opinion
My View: Close loophole on surprise medical bills
Dr. Chuck Goldberg wants Congress to mandate that insurance companies pay the difference between the patient's in-network co-pay and the median…

Fight climate crisis with range of renewables

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
Fight climate crisis with range of renewables
Kurt Miller, executive director, of Northwest RiverPartners, says the fight against climate change must embrace hydropower as an important ally.

2018: Sheriff's Office begins serving Estacada

Estacada News - Opinion
2018: Sheriff's Office begins serving Estacada
Twenty years prior, Estacada High School students were participating in the annual homecoming festivities

1999: College takes over education program at Job…

Estacada News - Opinion
1999: College takes over education program at Job…
Ten years later, community members gathered for the Estacada Rural Fire District's annual open house

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