Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Oregon Supreme Court upholds 2019 changes to public pension…

Oregon Supreme Court upholds 2019 changes to public pension…

Gresham Outlook - News
Employees and unions lose a challenge to partial diversion of contributions to pay current pensions.
OHA: Oregon passes 20,000 known cases of COVID-19

OHA: Oregon passes 20,000 known cases of COVID-19

Gresham Outlook - News
As of Thursday's daily report from public health authorities, 339 Oregonians are known to have died from COVID-19.
Lawmakers deadlock on federal funds for personal protective…

Lawmakers deadlock on federal funds for personal protective…

Gresham Outlook - News
Critics argue that counties, not the state, should get the money; full Legislature could decide.
Two children shot in possible drive-by

Two children shot in possible drive-by

Gresham Outlook - News
Two children were hospitalized after receiving non-life-threatening injuries in a possible drive-by shooting in Gresham.
Gresham sees another 232-case COVID-19 increase

Gresham sees another 232-case COVID-19 increase

Gresham Outlook - News
OHA reports 93 total deaths in Multnomah County, Boring sees workplace outbreak
Festival of the Fungus canceled because of COVID-19 outbreak

Festival of the Fungus canceled because of COVID-19 outbreak

Gresham Outlook - News
The event organized by the Estacada Fungus Association typically draws more than 500 mushroom enthusiasts
Highway 212 closed for 12 days starting Monday at North…

Highway 212 closed for 12 days starting Monday at North…

Gresham Outlook - News
Crews will install a new fish-friendly bridge as part of a series of improvements along the route.
Oregon is now Real ID compliant - but what does that mean?

Oregon is now Real ID compliant - but what does that mean?

Portland Tribune - News
Appointments and a mask are now required in order to visit an Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles field office.
Updated: Oregon high school sports delayed until January

Updated: Oregon high school sports delayed until January

Gresham Outlook - News
Competition split into three seasons beginning in January 2021, with football kicking off in March
Mt. Hood National Forest leaders announce ban on campfires

Mt. Hood National Forest leaders announce ban on campfires

Gresham Outlook - News
The order comes after Forest Service crews extinguished more than 100 abandoned campfires during July
MHCC fall term will be online

MHCC fall term will be online

Gresham Outlook - News
A handful of classes, such as auto and dental hygine, will have at least some teaching on campus
Two Multnomah preschool measures hope to join forces

Two Multnomah preschool measures hope to join forces

Gresham Outlook - News
County code, election law may complicate effort to divert voter-backed measure from ballot
Will Troutdale soon be in a pickle?

Will Troutdale soon be in a pickle?

Gresham Outlook - News
City considers converting Lewellyn Park tennis court to pickleball venues for new recreation opportunities
Gov. Brown calls Aug. 10 special session to balance state…

Gov. Brown calls Aug. 10 special session to balance state…

Gresham Outlook - News
Leaders already were at work on $1 billion plan blending cuts and fund shifts, but no federal aid.
Brown creates Racial Justice Council to change programs,…

Brown creates Racial Justice Council to change programs,…

Gresham Outlook - News
The Oregon governor creates new advisory group to shape next state budget and more.
MHCC Foundation to become new owner of Yoshida Haven Estate

MHCC Foundation to become new owner of Yoshida Haven Estate

Gresham Outlook - News
Dan Corcoran, MHCC foundation president, described the donation of the Yoshida Estate as an 'amazing gift.'
Gresham Police want help finding missing boy

Gresham Police want help finding missing boy

Gresham Outlook - News
13-year-old Alan Fajardo has not been seen for two days after leaving his 201st Avenue home
Racial justice rally scheduled for Gresham City Hall…

Racial justice rally scheduled for Gresham City Hall…

Gresham Outlook - News
Mayor, police chief warn potential counter protesters to remain peaceful at July 29 event
Gresham celebrates first Black man to serve on City Council

Gresham celebrates first Black man to serve on City Council

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Hundreds gather on July 29 at Gresham City Hall to honor appointment of Vincent Jones-Dixon to City Council.
Rockwood advocate announces council run

Rockwood advocate announces council run

Gresham Outlook - News
Longtime volunteer, businesswoman, Dina DiNucci wants to bring equity to city
Governor: Counties must lower COVID-19 case numbers for…

Governor: Counties must lower COVID-19 case numbers for…

Gresham Outlook - News
Currently, only one county in Oregon meets the standards that would allow for in-school instruction.
Man indicted for fatal 2019 Gresham hit-and-run

Man indicted for fatal 2019 Gresham hit-and-run

Gresham Outlook - News
Anatolity Borovets, 25, allegedly caused a high-speed crash in Gresham last December
Gresham-Barlow students will start school year online

Gresham-Barlow students will start school year online

Gresham Outlook - News
School district says in-person instruction unlikely until at least mid-October.
Oregon sees record-high 14 deaths from virus on Tuesday,…

Oregon sees record-high 14 deaths from virus on Tuesday,…

Gresham Outlook - News
Oregon Health Authority Director Patrick Allen issues a message of condolence as agency also reports 342 new cases.
Calls to defund police find little traction in suburbs

Calls to defund police find little traction in suburbs

Gresham Outlook - News
Portland's largest suburban communities approach police reform and budget cuts with caution
Gresham Art: The faces of history

Gresham Art: The faces of history

Gresham Outlook - News
Downtown Gresham business woman commissions mural to celebrate Black leaders
Clackamas Community College students build sign for food…

Clackamas Community College students build sign for food…

Gresham Outlook - News
Though everyone was wearing masks, the pride of donating to SnowCap Community Charities in Gresham was apparent
Migration expands with outdoor seating

Migration expands with outdoor seating

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Gresham brewery addition allows customers to remain comfortable during pandemic
Gun pulled during 'All Lives Matter' rally

Gun pulled during 'All Lives Matter' rally

Gresham Outlook - News
Witnesses say man allegedly threatened Black Lives Matter group after flag debate
Reynolds plans distance learning for fall

Reynolds plans distance learning for fall

Gresham Outlook - News
As the pandemic persists, students will continue to study at home under a tentative blueprint

Oregon governor announces new steps to curb spread…

Gresham Outlook - News
Oregon governor announces new steps to curb spread…
As numbers rise, children must wear face coverings, outdoor venues now at 100, restaurants and bars close earlier.

Students heading back to class will need masks

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Students heading back to class will need masks
Oregon will distribute 5 million masks for school children and staff to help them stay safe under updated reopening plans.

Rallies clash over Black Lives Matter Flag

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Rallies clash over Black Lives Matter Flag
Gresham Council's decision to fly flag at City Hall generates anger, support in community

Learning Log

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Learning Log
School supplies giveawy scheduled and Corbett Elementaty School gets new principal

Falcon fledgings mark reopening of Madrone Wall Park

Gresham Outlook - News
Falcon fledgings mark reopening of Madrone Wall Park
Predatory birds nest for third year on Clackamas County-owned basalt cliff in the Damascus area.

Man charged with bias crimes against Troutdale teens

Gresham Outlook - News
Man charged with bias crimes against Troutdale teens
John Yeargain allegedly used racial slurs, threated group of teenage swimmers with axe

Gresham limits delivery charges to restaurants

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Gresham limits delivery charges to restaurants
To help eateries survive, they will pay less money to companies such as DoorDash and Grubhub

For first time in decades, Gresham appoints a Black…

Gresham Outlook - News
For first time in decades, Gresham appoints a Black…
Vincent Jones-Dixon brings new perspective to city after being voted into vacant position

Troutdale's Cedar School may get zoning change

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Troutdale's Cedar School may get zoning change
Commissioners vote expected soon on moving to rural residential from exclusive farm use

Clackamas County speculates over governor's…

Gresham Outlook - News
Clackamas County speculates over governor's…
Jim Bernard: Kate Brown to announce new restrictions, requirements for reopening in press conference Wednesday.

Corbett rallies after Fourth of July vandalism

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Corbett rallies after Fourth of July vandalism
Community volunteers removed graffiti, replaced stolen flags, raised funds

'This check is real'

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'This check is real'
Attorney General and Oregon Consumer Justice wants Oregonians to know forthcoming checks are legitimate

Gresham to allocate $1.2 million in community grants

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Gresham to allocate $1.2 million in community grants
City receives additional federal funding to support COVID-19 economic recovery

Family of Friends names new program manager

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Family of Friends names new program manager
Desiree Gutierrez brings her creativity to Gresham nonprofit mentoring program

Metro refers controversial transportation measure…

Gresham Outlook - News
Metro refers controversial transportation measure…
Some businesses oppose the referral of the $5.2 billion payroll tax measure because of the economic downturn.

Gresham-Barlow tentatively opts for hybrid school…

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Gresham-Barlow tentatively opts for hybrid school…
Provisional plans have primary students in school buildings four days per week, others two or three

Gresham's 'The Penguin' arrested after pursuit in…

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Gresham's 'The Penguin' arrested after pursuit in…
Christian Armando Perez Robles, 19, allegedly sold a weapon to undercover deputies

Testing East Multnomah County

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Testing East Multnomah County
Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden visits Gresham's COVID-19 free test site to help craft Federal policy

Neighbors concerned about parking at Kerr…

Gresham Outlook - News
Neighbors concerned about parking at Kerr…
Some worry about number of spaces for cars and added congestion from the 150 new homes

MHCC receives three big donations

Gresham Outlook - News
MHCC receives three big donations
Gifts total nearly $1 million and will be used for scholarships and to support college programs

Sandy officer fired shots during deadly force…

Sandy Post - News
Sandy officer fired shots during deadly force…
The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office says a suicidal man pointed a firearm at a sheriff's sergeant, leading to the deadly force response by a Sandy…

Black Lives Matter flag raised at Gresham City Hall

Gresham Outlook - News
Black Lives Matter flag raised at Gresham City Hall
The flag will remain in place throughout the month of July in support of movement

Troutdale shooting allegedly due to business…

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Troutdale shooting allegedly due to business…
Court documents relate details of shooting, standoff from the beginning of the month

Estacada residents push back against NAACP request…

Estacada News - News
Estacada residents push back against NAACP request…
Community members coordinate march, petition for mayor; NAACP plans to participate in local march against racism

Summer fun in Troutdale

Gresham Outlook - News
Summer fun in Troutdale
City recreation department offers activities for all ages from science camps to dance classes

Gresham History Museum reopens

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Gresham History Museum reopens
New exhibit and a new director will welcome visitors beginning Saturday July 18

Woman arrested for allegedly stabbing, killing…

Gresham Outlook - News
Woman arrested for allegedly stabbing, killing…
Angelina Maria Volobuev faces charges after allegedly killing her mother Friday, July 10

Oregon joins lawsuit against federal rule aimed at…

Gresham Outlook - News
Oregon joins lawsuit against federal rule aimed at…
Attorney general says $145 million from 13,000 students is in jeopardy if online classes barred.

Estacada police log

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Estacada police log
Information comes from the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office. Deputies recently responded to the following

Oregon Gov. Brown sets new COVID-19 rules: Ban on…

Gresham Outlook - News
Oregon Gov. Brown sets new COVID-19 rules: Ban on…
Brown releases new guidelines Monday, July 13, in hopes of stopping new increases in infections.

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