Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

2020 Census still needs 'boots on the ground'

2020 Census still needs 'boots on the ground'

Sandy Post - News
Those interested in a census job can attend 'Gig of the Decade' event Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, or apply online
Clackamas County OKs continued refugee resettlement

Clackamas County OKs continued refugee resettlement

Sandy Post - News
Washington, Multnomah and Clackamas counties issue consent decree that was required by President Donald Trump.
Initiative connects Oregon inmates with their children

Initiative connects Oregon inmates with their children

Sandy Post - News
Portland nonprofit and Oregon Department of Corrections say effort would improve visitation areas and support families.
Merkley: Senate is on trial in impeachment debate

Merkley: Senate is on trial in impeachment debate

Sandy Post - News
U.S. senator talks with Oregon reporters after the first day of opening arguments in case presented against President Trump.
Merkley: Impeachment trial a 'travesty' without witnesses,…

Merkley: Impeachment trial a 'travesty' without witnesses,…

Sandy Post - News
Oregon Democrat offers observations on Senate proceedings involving President Trump in a call with local reporters.
Grad rates climb across Oregon public high schools

Grad rates climb across Oregon public high schools

Sandy Post - News
Almost every race/ethnicity group in Oregon saw increases of around 2%; migrant students saw a 4-point improvement.
Clackamas County board chair to pay attorney fees

Clackamas County board chair to pay attorney fees

Clackamas Review - News
Despite earlier decision allowing county to pay $20K, Jim Bernard changes mind
Rep. Anna Williams announces 2020 re-election bid

Rep. Anna Williams announces 2020 re-election bid

Sandy Post - News
Oregon House District 52 incumbent plans campaign kick-off party in home city of Hood River
December unemployment rate lowest since 1976

December unemployment rate lowest since 1976

Sandy Post - News
Fewer Oregonians are unemployed now than at any point in the past 44 years, with labor market tightening.
Oregon public records council shores up support for…

Oregon public records council shores up support for…

Sandy Post - News
Members say amendments drafted by League of Oregon Cities' lobbyist could 'torpedo' proposals.
Arts Commission seeks community feedback on Sandy art scene

Arts Commission seeks community feedback on Sandy art scene

Sandy Post - News
Forum scheduled for Feb. 28, 29, at community center will address residents' priorities
Investigators dig into fire that devastated Shirley's Tippy…

Investigators dig into fire that devastated Shirley's Tippy…

Sandy Post - News
Troutdale restaurant's burglar alarm was triggered on Friday morning about an hour before the blaze was reported
Man faces 27 counts after Wood Village woman reports sexual…

Man faces 27 counts after Wood Village woman reports sexual…

Sandy Post - News
Detectives arrest Alfredo Guzman, who allegedly entered a resident's home and attacked her with her children present
Vortex2020: Music festival at Milo McIver goes back to the…

Vortex2020: Music festival at Milo McIver goes back to the…

Sandy Post - News
Organizers of Vortex2020 hope to create community through music, service projects for 50th anniversary
Sandy transit celebrates 20 years on Feb. 15

Sandy transit celebrates 20 years on Feb. 15

Sandy Post - News
City, transit department will host event with refreshments, activities in Centennial Plaza
CCSO: Damascus bookkeeper embezzles $500,000 from nursery

CCSO: Damascus bookkeeper embezzles $500,000 from nursery

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County Sheriff's Office says Jackie Lynn Stevens bilked half a million from tree nursery between 2015 and 2019
Oregon Supreme Court ruling could alter energy projects

Oregon Supreme Court ruling could alter energy projects

Portland Tribune - News
Justices allowed energy siting rules that conservation groups say hurt public involvement and will greenlight questionable projects.
Oregon AG joins lawsuit to block food stamp changes

Oregon AG joins lawsuit to block food stamp changes

Portland Tribune - News
Federal program helps feed about 586,000 people in Oregon, but about 21,800 could lose benefits under Trump administration's rules.
Survey shows Sandy area community recreational priorities

Survey shows Sandy area community recreational priorities

Sandy Post - News
Residents of Mount Hood, Sandy, Estacada, Oregon Trail School District favor tax district on November ballot
Shirley's Tippy Canoe destroyed in Friday morning blaze

Shirley's Tippy Canoe destroyed in Friday morning blaze

Gresham Outlook - News
Fire consumes venerable Troutdale restaurant and lounge along Historic Columbia River Highway
Gresham-based farm advocate to represent state at convention

Gresham-based farm advocate to represent state at convention

Gresham Outlook - News
Angi Bailey of Verna Jean Nursery elected to leadership role in Oregon Farm Bureau
Oregon Republicans take wary peek at new carbon reduction…

Oregon Republicans take wary peek at new carbon reduction…

Portland Tribune - News
Some lawmakers urge incentives instead of big steps limiting greenhouse gas emissions to avoid repeat of 2019's GOP walkout.
Gresham man, two juveniles arrested for Jan. 2 thefts in…

Gresham man, two juveniles arrested for Jan. 2 thefts in…

Sandy Post - News
Elijah Jakob Keller Chamber, 20, of Gresham faces first-degree theft charges, 11 other counts
Judge's ruling puts carbon-reduction initiatives back on…

Judge's ruling puts carbon-reduction initiatives back on…

Portland Tribune - News
Decision overturns secretary of state action and means proposed ballot measures do not violate Oregon's single-subject rule.
Guide Dogs spreads awareness through Disney+ series

Guide Dogs spreads awareness through Disney+ series

Sandy Post - News
'Pick of the Litter' show gives viewers insight into lives of guide dogs, owners
Oregon lawmakers unholster new gun-safety proposal

Oregon lawmakers unholster new gun-safety proposal

Portland Tribune - News
Proponents say measure could reduce gun deaths and injuries, but opponents dislike one-size-fits-all approach.
Tickets for Ski the Glade available now for purchase

Tickets for Ski the Glade available now for purchase

Sandy Post - News
Annual event highlights well-used trail between Timberline, Government Camp
Snowpack levels rise from 40% to 84% within week

Snowpack levels rise from 40% to 84% within week

Sandy Post - News
'Variable conditions' make it difficult to predict summer water outlook in winter season
New Oregon task force examines overlooked issue of labor…

New Oregon task force examines overlooked issue of labor…

Portland Tribune - News
Awareness of sex trafficking has risen while labor trafficking crimes have gone unprosecuted. The attorney general's new task force seeks to change…
Reduced wastewater rates for low-income customers?

Reduced wastewater rates for low-income customers?

Sandy Post - News
Sandy residents below federal poverty level could see 50% discount on their wastewater bill

Documents show Oregon judges' struggle with ICE…

Portland Tribune - News
Documents show Oregon judges' struggle with ICE…
Newly disclosed records highlight attempts to curb immigration action that increased tensions with federal authorities.

Cyber attack halts training for thousands of Oregon…

Portland Tribune - News
Cyber attack halts training for thousands of Oregon…
Christmas Day attack on the state's iLearn web program left thousands unable to access mandatory training.

Lawmakers try to rebuild greenhouse gas proposal

Portland Tribune - News
Lawmakers try to rebuild greenhouse gas proposal
New plan headed to February session hinges on system of emission allowances that can be bought and sold.

Winter storm warning in effect on Mount Hood

Sandy Post - News
Winter storm warning in effect on Mount Hood
Rain to alternate with snow through weekend with accumulation increasingly likely next week

Rain likely turning to snow in Sandy next week

Sandy Post - News
Rain likely turning to snow in Sandy next week
Expect cold, wet weather pattern throughout the weekend with temperatures dropping further by Monday

You need to know about Oregon Off Road Recovery's…

Clackamas Review - News
You need to know about Oregon Off Road Recovery's…
You'll never have to pay for a tow truck again if you get stuck in a ditch statewide

Nonprofits, state office try to reverse civics…

Portland Tribune - News
Nonprofits, state office try to reverse civics…
Legislative attempts to mandate social studies in Oregon classrooms flop . Secretary of state's office shifts priorities to promote education program.

Deputy Secretary of State Vial resigns

Portland Tribune - News
Deputy Secretary of State Vial resigns
He has been floated as a possible Republican candidate for secretary of state.

City explores changes to Sandy style code

Sandy Post - News
City explores changes to Sandy style code
Planner looks at making codes less restrictive in industrial, residential areas

County favorites hit top 100 list

Sandy Post - News
County favorites hit top 100 list
Oregon Business magazine lists most popular tourist spots from across the state

Finding 'words have consequences,' judge throws out…

Portland Tribune - News
Finding 'words have consequences,' judge throws out…
Legal fight related to GOP walkout alleged that Senate President Courtney and others violated Boquist's rights.

Oregon secretary of state sued again over ballot…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon secretary of state sued again over ballot…
Environmentalists trying to get before Oregon voters later this year contend the state acted illegally in blocking their petition effort.

Unusual call uncovers missing gifts, donations

Gresham Outlook - News
Unusual call uncovers missing gifts, donations
Man who bought stolen property returns items to Scott Brawner, who retrieved his stolen pickup in November minus its contents

Help advise county on historic landmarks

Clackamas Review - News
Help advise county on historic landmarks
Three people sought as volunteers to serve on Clackamas County's Historic Review Board

Sandy woman arrested for suspected DUII after crash…

Sandy Post - News
Sandy woman arrested for suspected DUII after crash…
Chelsea Ryann Amos, 44, of Sandy was operating the vehicle when the crash occurred at 10:45 a.m. on New Year's Day at Southeast 72nd Avenue and…

Kathy Lynn French

GO-Obituaries
Kathy Lynn French
Boring resident Kathy Lynn French died Wednesday, Dec. 25. She was 62. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, Jan. 4.

Mt. Hood Express expands services

Sandy Post - News
Mt. Hood Express expands services
The Mt. Hood Express bus service is adding new hours for winter recreation, commuting and tourism.

Rising AFL-CIO leader navigates labor, economic…

Portland Tribune - News
Rising AFL-CIO leader navigates labor, economic…
Public sector union chief Graham Trainor says working people are 'a point where they can't be pushed further.'

From Rowe to Rhody: 100 years of the Rhododendron…

Sandy Post - News
From Rowe to Rhody: 100 years of the Rhododendron…
Rhododendrom is planning a celebratation to commemorate its centennial Saturday, Jan. 25.

State agency mentorship helps directors overcome…

Portland Tribune - News
State agency mentorship helps directors overcome…
Summer Warner and her Department of Administrative Services team work to provide support network for new and experienced state leaders.

Beaverton students learn a civics lesson in saving…

Portland Tribune - News
Beaverton students learn a civics lesson in saving…
Elmonica fifth graders behind Oregon's new 'Beagle Bill' will be honored at a Jan. 13 ceremonial bill signing.

A few random thoughts before 2020

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
A few random thoughts before 2020
SHARON NESBIT: The Outlook's popular columnist clicks off her final thoughts as 2019 comes to an end.

'Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus'

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
'Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus'
Francis Pharcellus Church's reply has since become history's most reprinted newspaper editorial.

Les Schwab Tire Centers considering $3 billion sale

Business Tribune - News
Les Schwab Tire Centers considering $3 billion sale
Bend corporation shareholders say they're 'excited about the future' as Goldman Sachs Group works on possible sale.

Shattered Oregon foster care system pins hopes on…

Portland Tribune - News
Shattered Oregon foster care system pins hopes on…
Alvarez & Marsal pocket $3 million at end of contract after proposing big changes to overhaul dysfunctional program.

New county health clinic promises holistic care

Sandy Post - News
New county health clinic promises holistic care
Clackamas County to open Sandy-based center offering primary, dental, behavioral care

Nonprofit plugs defense lawyers into new science

Portland Tribune - News
Nonprofit plugs defense lawyers into new science
Portland's Forensic Justice Project made headlines by overturning manslaughter conviction and is poised to expand its work.

Secretary of state rejects clean-energy initiatives

Portland Tribune - News
Secretary of state rejects clean-energy initiatives
Bev Clarno turns to constitutional basis to toss two proposals to increase Oregon's reliance on renewable energy.

Impeachment: How Oregon's congressional leaders…

Sandy Post - News
Impeachment: How Oregon's congressional leaders…
Only one of Oregon's five U.S. representatives voted against Wednesday's impeachment.

Deck the halls and bow to knowledge: Read your…

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
Deck the halls and bow to knowledge: Read your…
Outlook columnist Sharon Nesbit shares her thoughts on the value of community journalism.

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