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Oregon City agrees with Martha Spiers picks for school board

Clackamas Review - News
Two current board members pick opposing slates of four candidates on this month's ballot

Unions search for path around dues deduction restrictions

Portland Tribune - News
Legal challenges to the way funds are taken from paychecks put public employee labor groups on the defensive.

Orlando Perez gains North Clackamas School Board seat

Clackamas Review - News
Civil race unseating Rein Vaga involves two candidates who agreed on need to raise salaries for teachers

Naomi Angier keeps seat on Clackamas River Water Board

Clackamas Review - News
Chief petitioner in the successful recall campaign fends off a challenge from fellow board member David McNeel

Erik Richter wins seat on Gladstone School Board

Clackamas Review - News
Running unopposed for the board were Gladstone robotics coach Steve Stewart and Stacie Moncrief, a principal in the David Douglas School District

Chris Groener keeps seat on Clackamas Community College…

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City rep fends off two opponents in the May 21 election, H. J. Harrer and Paul A. DiMilla.

Lawmakers wrestle with plans for kicker 'windfall'

Portland Tribune - News
Paying down PERS debt is one strategy, and others want to 'sock it away' for a rainy budget day

Tigard police, other agencies, bust elaborate Apple gift…

The Times - News
Police arrest five individuals in connection with an out-of-country scam involving local criminal intermediaries.

Oak Lodge Water Services seeks new rep

Clackamas Review - News
Nancy Gibson, chair of local water-services district, moving to Arizona after losing home in fire

Buried Redland veterans get their due in time for Memorial…

Clackamas Review - News
Two Oregon City High School students earn Eagle Scout status through special projects

Milwaukie funeral director Robert Stehn dies

Clackamas Review - News
Founder/owner of Stehn Funeral Chapels purchased family business in 1977; wife and son still active in business

Community calendar for May 22-May 29

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in Clackamas County

Damascus residents celebrate 50 years of marriage

Clackamas Review - News
Chuck Oien met Tina Harrison in 1961 when she was dating one of his fraternity brothers

Six arrested in Apple gift card scam, police say

Clackamas Review - News
Six people, including Beaverton and Oregon City residents, stole iPhones, Apple watches and AirPods.

Ill-fated vaccine fight stoked grassroots anger

Portland Tribune - News
Motivated citizens, egged on by social media campaigns and powerful anti-vaccine groups, left some legislators shaken.

Cap-and-trade bill takes step toward reality

Portland Tribune - News
Landmark carbon pricing proposal moved out of committee on a party-line vote after months of hearings and amendments.

McLoughlin Boulevard planning moving forward

Clackamas Review - News
Public meeting to discuss county efforts to use a grant from Metro to create development and design standards

Small Business Development Center gets innovation award

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas Community College program honored this month by U.S. Small Business Administration

Car driven off Oak Grove boat ramp into Willamette River

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County Sheriff's deputies say man with mental health issues intentionally drove into river.

Bonneville Power honors Oregon City resident

Clackamas Review - News
John Wellschlager credited with inking deal with PGE that benefits customers, counters shortfall

Festival makes a splash on the Clackamas River

Clackamas Review - News
May whitewater event in the Mt. Hood National Forest provides fun for all participants

James De Young appointed mayor of renewed Damascus

Gresham Outlook - News
Councilors chosen to lead city that was reincorporated in appeals court case

Clackamas County may regulate short-term rentals

Clackamas Review - News
County officials' definition in proposed code: 'furnished home, apartment or condominium, all or part of which is rented for limited (30 days or…

New bridge likely to be boon for Johnson Creek fish

Clackamas Review - News
Trail running on north side of Milwaukie city limits closes in mid-May to replace 1900s railroad span

Oregon's roads, bridges and pipes don't pass engineers'…

Portland Tribune - News
With a big quake looming, civil engineers society says state needs to spend billions to improve infrastructure.

Oregon taxpayers will get $1 billion back in 'kicker' rebate

Portland Tribune - News
Economists say the kicker is double the predicted amount and would be the largest in state history.

Community calendar for May 15-May 23

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in Clackamas County

Oregon City man who stole underwear gets 30 days in jail

Clackamas Review - News
Ronald Reed Caldcleugh, 68, learned that his 49-year-old neighbor was out of town

Lawmakers wrangle changes to cut PERS costs

Portland Tribune - News
Attempts to rein in Oregon's hugely complicated retirement system have left agencies and others with high costs.

State economy stays hot, adding 3,300 jobs in April

Portland Tribune - News
State employment officials said new jobs were added mostly in health care and social assistance, and in leisure and hospitality.

Red Cross issues urgent plea for type O blood…

Gresham Outlook - News
The American Red Cross is facing a critical shortage of type O blood, the blood group most needed by hospitals. With less than a two-day supply of…

Attend free woodland wildlife workshop in…

Clackamas Review - News
Hopkins Demonstration Forest, 15 miles south of Oregon City, hosting May 18 event

Senate approves business tax to boost school budgets

Portland Tribune - News
Governor plans to sign legislation; Democrats give up two key bills to coax Republicans back to the Senate for a floor vote.

North Clackamas high school named for Justice…

Clackamas Review - News
Construction on Rock Creek Middle School campus will begin in June, using 2016 voter-approved bond funds

Gladstone hires Rick Huffman as fire chief

Clackamas Review - News
Former U.S. Air Force firefighter/medic worked for the Department of Defense as a rescue firefighter

Oregon City School District wins safety award

Clackamas Review - News
Safety and risk coordinator Gail Lockard gets School Safety Star Award from insurance provider

Sex crimes suspect turns self in to Oregon City…

Clackamas Review - News
Wayne Silsbee was on the run for 23 years, police allege, after sexual assaults in Clackamas County.

Gladstone students improve watershed

Clackamas Review - News
Fifth graders from John Wetten Elementary learn about watershed restoration through service learning project

Public records rule change slipping 'through the…

Portland Tribune - News
Proposal to fine jurisdictions when they don't comply runs into well-organized opposition as it heads to the Senate.

Ogden Middle School kids help Oregon Food Bank

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City language arts teacher Tonya Divers: 'We feel good that we provided 16,263 total meals -196 meals per volunteer.'

Two freezers donated to Gladstone Food Pantry

Clackamas Review - News
Local Realtor Michelle Chao shopping at Hamilton's Appliance when she overhears volunteer Bill Kemnitzer asking about a purchase

Clackamas County teachers join in political action…

Clackamas Review - News
During her 18 years with the Gladstone School District, Erinn Emmons says she has seen how her student body has been squeezed by the Great Recession

New principal chosen for Oregon City High School

Clackamas Review - News
Sherwood High School Associate Principal Carey Wilhelm will replace Tom Lovell, who retiring after six years in the role

Oregon City history comes to the stage in West Linn

Clackamas Review - News
May 11 theatrical production will explore the lives of Dr. John McLoughlin and Major Robert Moore

Clackamas owner named state small-business person…

Clackamas Review - News
Marshall Doyle, president of the Cal-Cert Co., honored by U.S. Small Business Administration

Teachers from across region speak out at RedForEd…

Portland Tribune - News
Voices from Troutdale, Sandy, Canby, Forest Grove, Portland, Beaverton, West Linn, Wilsonville, Gladstone

School notes for May 8

Clackamas Review - News
OC middle schoolers visit universities; Vice principal honored as Mental Health Hero; Club seeks to prevent drug use

National Forest plans two free fishing clinics for…

Sandy Post - News
The Mt. Hood National Forest is hosting its annual Free Youth Fishing Clinics for children 17 years and younger. The clinic on the Hood River Ranger…

Community calendar for May 8-May 16

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in Clackamas County

Full Bleed captures readers through comics

Clackamas Review - News
Dirk Wood, former marketing director for Milwaukie-based Dark Horse Comics, back in the Portland publishing scene

Woman's Club presents scholarships to OCHS seniors

Clackamas Review - News
Keslie Keller, Sophia Youngblood plan to attend an accredited college or university in Oregon

Clackamas County school districts close May 8 for…

Clackamas Review - News
North Clackamas, Oregon City and Gladstone districts decide to close in preparation for planned political actions

Off-roaders roll out of forest with truckloads of…

Estacada News - News
4XNation's annual cleanup at La Dee Flats near Estacada turns into a big weekend party.

Milwaukie demands return of neighborhood funding

Clackamas Review - News
$10,000 to fight stalking order by Portland jeweler, which was recently dismissed, is put back in NDA account

Contentious vaccine bill passes House, heads to…

Portland Tribune - News
Despite a persistent, vocal opposition, the bill limiting medical execptions passed easily.

Gladstone Arbor Day features trees, music, alpacas

Clackamas Review - News
Fourth annual Nature Park event draws dignitaries, including Rep. Mark Meek, to climb Oregon white oak

Witness: Shooter in Boring yelled, 'Who's next?'

Portland Tribune - News
Gerald Bruce Newman, 59, is charged with attempted murder, assault in shooting at the Not So Boring Bar.

North Clackamas holds first culinary Industry Day

Clackamas Review - News
Sabin-Schellenberg Professional Technical Center brings in 20 working in food industry

Oregon City bilingual students take trip to Costa…

Clackamas Review - News
Gardiner Middle School kids learn language skill, Spanish cultural practices

Oak Lodge holds successful drinking-water drill

Clackamas Review - News
Community Emergency Response Team volunteers from Milwaukie, Gladstone participate in April 13 event

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