Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Clackamas County remains at 'high risk' for now

Clackamas County remains at 'high risk' for now

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Public health officials deeply concerned about heading to 'extreme risk' by May 7 if trends continue
Clackamas County at fork in road on courthouse develoment

Clackamas County at fork in road on courthouse develoment

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Public-private partnership poses risks, rewards in development of new building
Another COVID-19 case reported in Oregon Capitol

Another COVID-19 case reported in Oregon Capitol

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No additional shutdowns planned, but Senate president urges refresher on infection protocols.
Clackamas County officials weigh in on trial of Derek…

Clackamas County officials weigh in on trial of Derek…

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Sheriff Angela Brandenburg: 'No one is above the law,' guilty verdict of former officer confirms
Agency would gain more leeway on recouping overpayments

Agency would gain more leeway on recouping overpayments

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Senate bill would let Employment Department waive or reduce excess amounts paid to unemployed workers.
West Linn Police Log

West Linn Police Log

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Information for the police log comes from the public records of the West Linn Police Department.
Fatalities in West Linn crash Wednesday night

Fatalities in West Linn crash Wednesday night

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Two people died in crash on Willamette Falls Drive; another was transported to a local hospital
House panel ponders linking firearms storage, narrow ban

House panel ponders linking firearms storage, narrow ban

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Senators say proposal weakens restrictions for public buildings they have already approved.
COVID-19 infections rise, but not all county risk levels go…

COVID-19 infections rise, but not all county risk levels go…

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Governor says variants and increase spread of virus force some counties into the high-risk category.
Anti-Semitic fliers target West Linn Rep. Rachel Prusak

Anti-Semitic fliers target West Linn Rep. Rachel Prusak

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Oregon State Police trooper is looking into an incident that targeted a state legislator.
South Pasadena rescinds employment offer to former West…

South Pasadena rescinds employment offer to former West…

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Community members express concern over the scheduled appointment of Chris Jordan.
Verdict: Guilty in Chauvin trial

Verdict: Guilty in Chauvin trial

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Ex-police officer is convicted of killing George Floyd, which touched off a year of Black Lives Matter protests.
COVID-19 case shuts down Oregon House a third time

COVID-19 case shuts down Oregon House a third time

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Floor sessions scheduled to resume April 26; committees will continue to meet virtually.
Clackamas board appoints members to climate action task…

Clackamas board appoints members to climate action task…

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20-member advisory group plans to help guide county in becoming carbon neutral by 2050
Former West Linn City Manager Chris Jordan takes South…

Former West Linn City Manager Chris Jordan takes South…

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Jordan, who served as city manager in West Linn from 2005 to 2015, heads to southern California.
The burden of proof: Community members question DOJ, FBI…

The burden of proof: Community members question DOJ, FBI…

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Feds discuss decision not to pursue charges against West Linn officers involved in 2017 false arrest.
Former Congresswoman Elizabeth Furse dies at age 84

Former Congresswoman Elizabeth Furse dies at age 84

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Friends and colleagues recall Washington County congresswoman's push to resolve tough issues.
Oregon works to shrink COVID-19 vaccine disparity

Oregon works to shrink COVID-19 vaccine disparity

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Racial and rural disparities are the focus of a new state push to get doses in hard-to-reach places.
Residents get health help and locals-only RV rates in…

Residents get health help and locals-only RV rates in…

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GOP slowdown ends and legislation begins moving quickly through Oregon chamber.
Lloyd's of London could once again pay for Oregon wildfire…

Lloyd's of London could once again pay for Oregon wildfire…

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The state's valuable timber resources are on a long list of unusual things the global company has insured for many years.
Clackamas County observes April as child abuse prevention…

Clackamas County observes April as child abuse prevention…

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Nonprofit partners of county staff recognized for efforts in supporting children, families
West Linn Rotary hosting virtual barn dance fundraiser

West Linn Rotary hosting virtual barn dance fundraiser

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Bid on items including trip to Mexico, hot air balloon flight in online auction.
Clackamas County stops short on tolling opposition

Clackamas County stops short on tolling opposition

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'Values' document recognizes that legislature, ODOT have 'authority' to charge drivers crossing I-205 bridge.
Clackamas County honors 911 dispatchers

Clackamas County honors 911 dispatchers

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April 11-17 recognized as National Public Safety Telecommunicators week for hard work and poise under pressure.
Cities, counties must reassess rules against camping,…

Cities, counties must reassess rules against camping,…

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Oregon House bill is intended to comply with 2018 federal appeals court decision against blanket bans.
Oregon legislative logjam lifted in redistricting compromise

Oregon legislative logjam lifted in redistricting compromise

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Minority Republicans get a voice on redrawing districts; majority Democrats can proceed with more than 80 bills.
Clackamas County approves ordinance greenlighting Metro…

Clackamas County approves ordinance greenlighting Metro…

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Amendment to rules dealing with solid waste fees opens door for ratepayers to pursue legal action against Metro.
Clackamas County music teacher honored by national group

Clackamas County music teacher honored by national group

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Jan Keyser logs 58 years with students, 50 years as member of Music Teachers National Association
Oregon Senate extends grace period for past-due rents

Oregon Senate extends grace period for past-due rents

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Bill anticipates millions in state and federal aid for renters, landlords by new deadline of Feb. 28, 2022.
West Linn Police Log

West Linn Police Log

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Information for the police log comes from the public records of the West Linn Police Department.

Citizens ask West Linn to use task force…

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Citizens ask West Linn to use task force…
The city heard from residents during the second of two listening sessions ahead of contract negotiations.

Sandy mayor announces consideration of 2022…

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Sandy mayor announces consideration of 2022…
Stan Pulliam forms exploratory committee with focus on viability of run for governor

Two Clackamas County Republicans named in…

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Two Clackamas County Republicans named in…
County Chair Tootie Smith, Sandy Mayor Stan Pulliam named in informal straw poll ahead of 2022 Republican primary.

State budget hearings start. Here's how to…

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State budget hearings start. Here's how to…
Testimony will be taken online and in writing during Joint Ways & Means Committee sessions.

Clackamas County implements burn ban

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Clackamas County implements burn ban
Due to dry, warm, windy conditions and recent fires, burn ban in effect at least through Monday.

Clackamas County vets 'creative solutions' on…

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Clackamas County vets 'creative solutions' on…
Flexibility for faith-based development of affordable housing, purchase of motel property at center of discussion.

Oregon waits for 'green light' after halting…

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Oregon waits for 'green light' after halting…
State health officials worry that vaccine troubles could fuel anti-vax sentiments.

West Linn continues housing analysis with community…

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West Linn continues housing analysis with community…
Survey closes April 18 and will help the city change rules as more middle housing is permitted.

Man jumps into Willamette River while fleeing West…

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Man jumps into Willamette River while fleeing West…
42-year-old wanted for smuggling contraband, evading arrest, was eventually booked into Clackamas County Jail.

Three Oregon COVID deaths reported among those…

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Three Oregon COVID deaths reported among those…
Oregon Health Authority says 168 vaccinated Oregonians have tested positive for the virus, including three who died.

Labor attorney explains police union bargaining

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Labor attorney explains police union bargaining
The city of West Linn hosted the first of two listening sessions ahead of negotiations

Motion to change West Linn-Wilsonville school…

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Motion to change West Linn-Wilsonville school…
The proposal came on the heels of community concern over the first day of school falling on a religious holiday.

Clackamas County pushes back on COVID-19 risk level

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Clackamas County pushes back on COVID-19 risk level
Elected officials, business leaders express frustration to Gov. Kate Brown over lack of two-week warning period.

Clackamas County homelessness town hall draws wide…

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Clackamas County homelessness town hall draws wide…
More than 100 viewers, dozens of speakers show up to voice ideas and experiences

Health official: Feeling we're at pandemic 'finish…

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Health official: Feeling we're at pandemic 'finish…
Rise in COVID-19 variants puts Oregon in a tight spot as it continues to vaccinate residents.

Clackamas Community College to host free creative…

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Clackamas Community College to host free creative…
Compose Creative Writing Conference will be virtual for second year in a row on May 15

West Linn Police Log

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West Linn Police Log
Information for the police log comes from the public records of the West Linn Police Department.

Senate backs civics requirement for graduation in…

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Senate backs civics requirement for graduation in…
Bipartisan bill adds one-semester mandate to English and math standards starting in 2025.

Museum of the Oregon Territory returns to normal…

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Museum of the Oregon Territory returns to normal…
Stevens-Crawford House, also managed by Clackamas County Historical Society, remains closed.

Oregon House panel finishes 10 bills to overhaul…

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Oregon House panel finishes 10 bills to overhaul…
Democratic governor and House GOP leader praise work, but member says 'we have more work to do.'

Lladk the dog sent to California rescue sanctuary

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Lladk the dog sent to California rescue sanctuary
Battle to save 'dangerous' canine from euthanasia ends in settlement with Clackamas County

Clackamas County Business Alliance meets with Metro…

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Clackamas County Business Alliance meets with Metro…
President Lynn Peterson, Councilor Christine Lewis discuss developments on horizon

House extends narrower foreclosure moratorium in…

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House extends narrower foreclosure moratorium in…
Bill would set June 30, but allows Gov. Brown to continue it up to six months through executive orders.

COVID-19 vaccines open to all 16 and older on April…

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COVID-19 vaccines open to all 16 and older on April…
UPDATE: 'We are locked in a race between vaccine distribution and the rapid spread of COVID-19 variants.'

Clackamas County to move into 'high risk' Friday,…

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Clackamas County to move into 'high risk' Friday,…
Commissioners consider letter asking Gov. Kate Brown to rethink restrictions on businesses

Multnomah, Clackamas counties return to 'High Risk'…

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Multnomah, Clackamas counties return to 'High Risk'…
Additional restrictions on indoor dining and gatherings will take place on Friday, April. 9.

Clackamas County offers free workshop on chronic…

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Clackamas County offers free workshop on chronic…
Last online series derailed by ice storm, but weekly sessions rescheduled each Tuesday from April 27 to June 1.

Oregon SenateAires chorus selects new artistic…

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Oregon SenateAires chorus selects new artistic…
With weekly practices resuming, Will Fox to lead acapella barbershop members to 2021 performances throughout Willamette Valley.

West Linn hops into spring

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West Linn hops into spring
Residents usher in spring with bunny, donuts and seasonal fun at City Hall event

Governor: Oregon fighting fourth wave of 'resilient…

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Governor: Oregon fighting fourth wave of 'resilient…
Relaxed mask use and warmer weather could be a bad combination as state continues to vaccinate people for COVID-19.

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