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Johnson goes 'full-court press' in insurgent campaign

Johnson goes 'full-court press' in insurgent campaign

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The non-affiliated candidate for Oregon governor needs 24,000 voter signatures by Aug. 16 to make Nov. 8 ballot.
Incumbent Clackamas County board members heading for…

Incumbent Clackamas County board members heading for…

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UPDATE: Sonya Fischer, Paul Savas both in top two, but final results could flip current leaders in May 17 primary election count
McLeod-Skinner complains about Clackamas County vote count

McLeod-Skinner complains about Clackamas County vote count

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The official complaint alleges a Schrader campaign observer was allowed earlier access to watch the process.
Rep. Janelle Bynum urges probe of Clackamas County ballot…

Rep. Janelle Bynum urges probe of Clackamas County ballot…

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Democratic chair of Oregon House Judiciary Committee condemns Election Clerk Sherry Hall's lack of urgency in response to misprint
West Linn shares latest concerns about I-205 tolls, ODOT…

West Linn shares latest concerns about I-205 tolls, ODOT…

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Mayor Jules Walters said she wants to see agency's plans to mitigate rerouted traffic.
Oregon Military Museum to reopen on Armed Forces Day

Oregon Military Museum to reopen on Armed Forces Day

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Camp Withycombe's historic park displays honor members of six branches of service.
West Linn food cart pod to open over the summer

West Linn food cart pod to open over the summer

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Willamette Garage bring Portland's unique food scene to historic Willamette area
Clackamas Community College busy with events on June 1

Clackamas Community College busy with events on June 1

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Student resource fair, manufacturing and welding info, and details about teaching careers available.
$3M allocated to Marylhurst affordable housing cost…

$3M allocated to Marylhurst affordable housing cost…

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Clackamas County approves 40 long-term rental assistance vouchers for future residents
West Linn police log: parking complaints and unwanted…

West Linn police log: parking complaints and unwanted…

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Information for the police log comes from the public records of the West Linn Police Department.
West Linn offers fourth round of business grants

West Linn offers fourth round of business grants

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Local owners can receive up to $2,500 in funding from the city's ARPA allocation.
Fagan: Clackamas County Elections delays 'unacceptable'

Fagan: Clackamas County Elections delays 'unacceptable'

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Secretary of State blasts slow results, lack of communication from county officials as key races remain in limbo.
Amid major delays, Clackamas County leaders slam election…

Amid major delays, Clackamas County leaders slam election…

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County administrator says he's reassigning up to 200 people from other departments to help with the vote count.
Later returns in Clackamas County board races favor…

Later returns in Clackamas County board races favor…

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UPDATE: Sonya Fischer, Libra Forde pull closer to leaders Ben West and Paul Savas as count continues; ballot error likely to delay final results from…
Early results show West Linn's Oppenlander measure…

Early results show West Linn's Oppenlander measure…

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Tuesday night returns: Nearly 60% of counted ballots were in favor of the measure
Clackamas Repertory Theatre returns to the indoor stage

Clackamas Repertory Theatre returns to the indoor stage

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Three lively productions planned for 2022 season include two musicals, one play
Go Play: Can't-miss events in your area

Go Play: Can't-miss events in your area

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To have an event highlighted in the events page, contact assistant editor Corey Buchanan at [email protected]
Primary is end of beginning of 2022 election

Primary is end of beginning of 2022 election

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Former Oregon Sen. Betsy Johnson (D-Scappoose) iwill start running for governor backed by $1.75 million in contributions from Nike CEO.
As bond vote approaches, legal battle for Oppenlander…

As bond vote approaches, legal battle for Oppenlander…

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The city of West Linn responded to the school district's legal complaint as residents cast ballots
Oregon leaders worried by mega-drought fire season

Oregon leaders worried by mega-drought fire season

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The sustained dry periods make trees and other vegetation more likely to ignite if hit by lighting or human carelessness.
State 'owns mistake' in talk of Clackamas County ballot…

State 'owns mistake' in talk of Clackamas County ballot…

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Pamplin Media Group observes election office's process for manually and accurately counting votes with defective barcodes.
Political notebook: Schrader trouble, Kristof cash, more

Political notebook: Schrader trouble, Kristof cash, more

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Political moves continue as the May 17 primary election voting deadline nears.
Oregon concedes housing love-letter ban is unconstitutional

Oregon concedes housing love-letter ban is unconstitutional

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State attorney general's office agrees to pay Realtors $64,000 for costs in fighting legislation seeking to address discrimination
Volunteers remove 150 pounds of trash from Clackamas…

Volunteers remove 150 pounds of trash from Clackamas…

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2022 Summer Waterway Cleanups series launches May 12 at 3-Creeks Natural Area
State: Clackamas ballot problem will not delay results

State: Clackamas ballot problem will not delay results

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Oregon Secretary of State promises smooth counting in key Oregon county despite problem.
Spirit Mountain funds Oregon inmates working in prison…

Spirit Mountain funds Oregon inmates working in prison…

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$7,500 grant restarts nonprofit Lettuce Grow's programs in correctional facilities whose participants have reduced recidivism
Primary vote counting could drag into June

Primary vote counting could drag into June

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A new Oregon law allows mail-in votes to be counted if they arrive at election offices a week after the May 17 primary.
New peer program in Clackamas County tackles youth…

New peer program in Clackamas County tackles youth…

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Northwest Family Services program offers meetings to facilitate recovery from addictive behaviors
Q&A: Clackamas County commission candidates discuss issues

Q&A: Clackamas County commission candidates discuss issues

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With a week left until Election Day, here are candidates' thoughts about problems facing the county; not all responded.
New rules for Newberg Pool are in effect in Oregon

New rules for Newberg Pool are in effect in Oregon

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Oregon State Marine Board reminds residents of what they can and can't do on congested section of river that includes Wilsonville, West Linn and…

'If this is not passed, students will die'

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'If this is not passed, students will die'
West Linn-Wilsonville School Board partially OKs gender and sexuality curriculum 

Nonprofit's event space embroils Oregon…

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Nonprofit's event space embroils Oregon…
Attorney general says tax-exempt group typically can provide venue for in-kind contributions, as long as third party is hosting

West Linn-Wilsonville School District celebrates…

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West Linn-Wilsonville School District celebrates…
From interactive nature exploration to feeding a snake, community members paid tribute to a program unlike any other. 

'Point In Time' report updates Clackamas County…

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'Point In Time' report updates Clackamas County…
Single-night count finds 597 unhoused, over half of whom were unaided by sheltering programs

After closure in Tualatin, Avanti restaurant moves…

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After closure in Tualatin, Avanti restaurant moves…
Upscale-casual restaurant will open in Willamette Marketplace on 8th Avenue

Clackamas County votes will still be counted…

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Clackamas County votes will still be counted…
Two election workers of different political parties to transfer more than 50,000 estimated ballots to machine-readable format

'There is hope' signs point Clackamas County…

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'There is hope' signs point Clackamas County…
Mental Health Awareness Month kicks off with planting of inspirational messages at Red Soils.

Park vandalism, code violations and a teen boxing…

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Park vandalism, code violations and a teen boxing…
Information for the police log comes from the public records of the West Linn Police Department.

Poll: Drazan tops list of Republicans for Oregon…

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Poll: Drazan tops list of Republicans for Oregon…
More than 25% still undecided, but former House leader emerges from 19-candidate field with 19% of sample.

Clackamas Volunteers In Medicine luncheon raises…

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Clackamas Volunteers In Medicine luncheon raises…
Funds from 10th annual event support operational costs for county's only free health clinic

Asian Oregonians report bias crimes, discrimination

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Asian Oregonians report bias crimes, discrimination
Recent survey finds nearly half of respondents experienced race-based harassment or threats

Wildfire preparedness at top of mind in Clackamas…

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Wildfire preparedness at top of mind in Clackamas…
The county will host wildfire preparedness workshops for community members throughout the month of May.

Democratic governor candidates participate in forum

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Democratic governor candidates participate in forum
Party activists gather at Sunriver with ballots in the mail ahead of the May 17 primary election.

Clackamas Community College offers wetlands workshop

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Clackamas Community College offers wetlands workshop
Participants will learn to identify common plants using botanical keys during lecture and fieldwork.

Appeals court throws out 2019 public records…

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Appeals court throws out 2019 public records…
New ruling makes notes taken by individual elected officials subject to public disclosure

Court upholds ruling that West Linn-Wilsonville…

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Court upholds ruling that West Linn-Wilsonville…
Oregon Court of Appeals says abuse by former educator Jonathan Peachey was unforeseeable. 

State approves extra $120M for I-205 projects,…

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State approves extra $120M for I-205 projects,…
Inflated costs for first phase of highway widening financed through House Bill 3055 funds

Park graffiti, parking complaints and active…

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Park graffiti, parking complaints and active…
Information for the police log comes from the public records of the West Linn Police Department.

Oregon appeals court tosses $1 billion timber…

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Oregon appeals court tosses $1 billion timber…
Panel rules 15 counties lack binding contract with state based on maximum logging, instead of multiple use.

Clackamas County declines to enact firework ban for…

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Clackamas County declines to enact firework ban for…
Disaster management officials pledge to monitor state's data on wildfire risks

Mike Watters wins West Linn's 2022 Robert Moore…

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Mike Watters wins West Linn's 2022 Robert Moore…
Watters says other volunteers deserve recognition for their service as well

Election heats up as ballots go out and ads go up

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Election heats up as ballots go out and ads go up
The state primary election will set up the races for the Nov. 8 general election.

GOP wraps up conference, Democrats to meet

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GOP wraps up conference, Democrats to meet
Major parties meet, hear debates and take straw polls ahead of the May 17 primary election.

Is crime on the rise in West Linn? We looked at the…

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Is crime on the rise in West Linn? We looked at the…
Stolen vehicles and car thefts were up in 2020 and 2021, but West Linn was recently named the safest city in Oregon

Metro Council OKs next step in Interstate 205…

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Metro Council OKs next step in Interstate 205…
ODOT to proceed with federally required research, outreach on tolling impacts

Go Play: LO Reads author talk takes place this week

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Go Play: LO Reads author talk takes place this week
C Pam Zhang, the author of a Booker Prize finalist, to give talk in Lake Oswego

Q&A: Candidates for Metro president talk regional…

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Q&A: Candidates for Metro president talk regional…
The newspapers submitted five questions to the candidates; not all responded.

PMG Questionnaire: Metro District 4

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PMG Questionnaire: Metro District 4
The newspapers submitted five questions to the candidates; here are their responses.

Clackamas Community College reflects on past year's…

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Clackamas Community College reflects on past year's…
Tim Cook details successes, challenges, goals in leading school to adjust curriculum through workforce shifts

Plant sales in Clackamas County herald the coming…

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Plant sales in Clackamas County herald the coming…
Find various native plants, vegetable starts and other horticultural items across the region

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