Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Oregon reports a record 389 new coronavirus cases, six…

Oregon reports a record 389 new coronavirus cases, six…

West Linn Tidings - News
New record follows surge that state attributes to 'workplace outbreaks and community spread.'
Phase 2 feeling just out of reach for Clackamas County

Phase 2 feeling just out of reach for Clackamas County

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Board of County Commissioners to discuss and decide whether to reapply for Phase 2 at its Tuesday, July 14, meeting
Clackamas Women's Services to host drive-in gala

Clackamas Women's Services to host drive-in gala

West Linn Tidings - News
Nonprofits finding innovative ways to fundraise, since opportunities for large gatherings are limited.
Tricounty reopening on hold as COVID-19 deaths, cases…

Tricounty reopening on hold as COVID-19 deaths, cases…

West Linn Tidings - News
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has linked Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties together for moving to Phase 2.
Clackamas County mulls private partner to build courthouse

Clackamas County mulls private partner to build courthouse

West Linn Tidings - News
Commissioners vote 4-1 to approve hiring consultant to find developer for replacement project.
Ugly-fruit cider raising funds for hungry in Portland area

Ugly-fruit cider raising funds for hungry in Portland area

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Clackamas-based cider company's program takes donated apples, fruits, berries and turns them into a 'community cider.'
'A lot of it comes from ignorance'

'A lot of it comes from ignorance'

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West Linn-Wilsonville community advocates for anti-racism curriculum in district high schools
Summer camps moving forward with new social distancing…

Summer camps moving forward with new social distancing…

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North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District to offer more than two dozen programs for kids, adults
Friends of Adult Community Center disbands

Friends of Adult Community Center disbands

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn ACC gift shop, which was ran by the Friends group, to permanently close
West Linn Knights, other WWWL teams to play in Marion…

West Linn Knights, other WWWL teams to play in Marion…

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Wild Wild West Games to move to Portland's Walker stadium when metro area enters Phase 2
State of Oregon to enforce indoor mask rule over 4th of…

State of Oregon to enforce indoor mask rule over 4th of…

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The Oregon Health Authority also announced 344 new cases of COVID-9 but no deaths on Friday, July 3.
Clackamas County Sheriff's Office releases video of Ka'Mar…

Clackamas County Sheriff's Office releases video of Ka'Mar…

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No conclusive evidence of whether or not deputy used force by kneeling on 12-year-old's neck.
Another volunteer group strikes deal with Clackamas County…

Another volunteer group strikes deal with Clackamas County…

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Mountain Wave Search and Rescue still awaits word from sheriff's office about its status
Oregonians don't get memo, line up for hours at DEQ stations

Oregonians don't get memo, line up for hours at DEQ stations

West Linn Tidings - News
State has extended deadline for vehicles to pass emissions testing through at least Oct. 1.
Gov. Brown extends face-mask requirement statewide

Gov. Brown extends face-mask requirement statewide

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The mask order takes effect Wednesday, July 1, as new COVID-19 cases mount up in Oregon.
Minimum wage rises July 1

Minimum wage rises July 1

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Oregon's minimum wage up to $13.25 in Portland metro area, $12 in standard counties and $11.50 in non-urban counties
Oregon officials: Exponential coronavirus increases likely…

Oregon officials: Exponential coronavirus increases likely…

West Linn Tidings - News
New state projections say a recent surge in cases is likely to continue with hospitalizations likely to triple.
West Linn man helps save exotic wildcat after it's struck…

West Linn man helps save exotic wildcat after it's struck…

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Larry Brandt helped capture a serval, a wildcat that looks like a small leopard, after finding it wounded alongside I-205.
Oregon governor frees 57 inmates vulnerable to COVID

Oregon governor frees 57 inmates vulnerable to COVID

Portland Tribune - News
Gov. Kate Brown says the commutation process is only for those with good conduct who have served much of their sentence.
Police accountability bills head to votes in Oregon…

Police accountability bills head to votes in Oregon…

West Linn Tidings - News
A committee restricts but does not ban chokeholds and tear gas; sets up a panel to study use of force.
Clackamas County names new public health director

Clackamas County names new public health director

West Linn Tidings - News
Philip Mason-Joyner stepped into role on June 15 helping to lead local COVID-19 response.
Clackamas County launches small business grant program

Clackamas County launches small business grant program

West Linn Tidings - News
Applications will be accepted beginning June 29 for firms with fewer than 25 employees affected by COVID-19.
City Council to host meeting with Michael Fesser

City Council to host meeting with Michael Fesser

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn will hold an online open forum with the man racially-targeted by WLPD in 2017 arrest
Clackamas County budget prepares for COVID-19 impacts

Clackamas County budget prepares for COVID-19 impacts

West Linn Tidings - News
Commissioners acknowledge need for restructuring as major expenses, economic downturn loom.
Keanon Lowe steps down from West Linn football job

Keanon Lowe steps down from West Linn football job

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Lowe, who accepted the Lions coaching gig in January, will head to UCLA to coach under Chip Kelly
Clackamas Community College to launch job corps program

Clackamas Community College to launch job corps program

West Linn Tidings - News
A total of 80 young people, ages 16-24, to receive 12 months of career technical training
Clackamas County denied decoupling from metro neighbors

Clackamas County denied decoupling from metro neighbors

West Linn Tidings - News
Gov. Kate Brown mandates county remain tied to Multnomah and Washington counties, 21-day moratorium on reopening
West Linn Knights join Portland Pickles in summer league

West Linn Knights join Portland Pickles in summer league

West Linn Tidings - News
Baseball returns to Portland area following season cancellations due to COVID-19
City manager candidates to (virtually) meet with citizens,…

City manager candidates to (virtually) meet with citizens,…

West Linn Tidings - News
Three finalists: Interim City Manager John Williams; Jim Middaugh of Metro; Jerry Gabrielatos of Albert Lea, Minnesota.
West Linn duplex catches fire

West Linn duplex catches fire

West Linn Tidings - News
Residents displaced after Monday afternoon duplex fire; one taken to hospital

Janelle Bynum: 'I was disgusted then, and I remain…

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Janelle Bynum: 'I was disgusted then, and I remain…
State representative disturbed by Clackamas County Sheriff's Office's response to Ka'Mar Benbo lawsuit

'Wonderbread' West Linn protests racism

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'Wonderbread' West Linn protests racism
'Let's not wait till there's an African American in this community who becomes the next George Floyd.'

Clackamas, Washington county chambers want…

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Clackamas, Washington county chambers want…
Thirteen business organizations ask Gov. Kate Brown to be untethered from Multnomah County in COVID-19 decisions.

Clackamas County: We need consistency from state on…

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Clackamas County: We need consistency from state on…
Elected commissioners express their 'consternation' over messaging from governor's office

Oregonians react to Supreme Court ruling on DACA

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Oregonians react to Supreme Court ruling on DACA
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program aims to help those brought to the U.S. as children.

Senators seek permanent status for immigrant…

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Senators seek permanent status for immigrant…
House passed bill a year ago; Oregon Democrats say it's the Senate's turn after Supreme Court ruling.

Photos: Michael Fesser joins West Linn in protest…

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Photos: Michael Fesser joins West Linn in protest…
Fesser, who was targed by West Linn police in racist, illegal 2017 arrest, joins hundreds for community protest

West Linn City Council supports POC caucus policing…

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West Linn City Council supports POC caucus policing…
Council supports police acountability legislation proposed by People of Color Caucus

Oregon: Face masks required indoors in tri-county…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon: Face masks required indoors in tri-county…
Face masks will also be required in Hood River County, the two-county Salem area, and in Lincoln County on the Oregon coast.

Clackamas County reopens several departments to…

West Linn Tidings - News
Clackamas County reopens several departments to…
Development Services and Public Services buildings at county's Red Soils campus to reopen Monday, June 22.

Commissioners approve resolution condemning racism

West Linn Tidings - News
Commissioners approve resolution condemning racism
Clackamas County takes formal stance against systemic racism, pledges to review policies for bias

WLPD fires lead detective in Fesser investigation

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WLPD fires lead detective in Fesser investigation
Tony Reeves led unlawful, racially-motivated arrest of black Portland man in 2017

Oregon sets new daily record for COVID-19 cases

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon sets new daily record for COVID-19 cases
The state reports 278 new cases; two new deaths after a spike in recent infections stemming from church in Union County.

West Linn author memorializes labor rights pioneer

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West Linn author memorializes labor rights pioneer
Deborah Hopkinson's picture book, to be released in August, chronicles life of Frances Perkins

CASA of Clackamas County adapts under COVID-19

West Linn Tidings - News
CASA of Clackamas County adapts under COVID-19
Advocates for foster youth transition to digital formats for fundraising, interaction with children.

West Linn park fields, bathrooms reopen

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn park fields, bathrooms reopen
Other park facilities like playgrounds, basketball courts and picnic shelters remain closed

West Linn students continue protests for police…

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West Linn students continue protests for police…
Graduates find creative way to spur support for Black Lives Matter movemement

COVID-19 changes coming for Oregon college life…

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COVID-19 changes coming for Oregon college life…
Social distancing will end big lecture classes, most triple dorm rooms and community groups on campus.

LUBA sends Southlake sports complex decision back…

West Linn Tidings - News
LUBA sends Southlake sports complex decision back…
Willamette United still fighting for athletic facility in West Linn's Borland area

What's the COVID-19 situation in your town?

West Linn Tidings - News
What's the COVID-19 situation in your town?
We break down the latest ZIP code numbers from OHA as the state experiences a new surge in cases

Clackamas County punts on Phase 2 reopening

West Linn Tidings - News
Clackamas County punts on Phase 2 reopening
With increased infection numbers, commissioners take advice of public health officer to wait another week

Gov. Brown puts halt on reopenings throughout Oregon

West Linn Tidings - News
Gov. Brown puts halt on reopenings throughout Oregon
Portland and Multnomah County were set to go to Phase 1 reopening within just a few hours.

West Linn Historical Society honors suffragettes

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West Linn Historical Society honors suffragettes
Exhibit celebrating 100th anniversary of 19th Amendment ratification will rotate through parks

West Linn police log

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

2020 Willamette Living History tour canceled

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2020 Willamette Living History tour canceled
West Linn Historical Society has called off local history event due to COVID-19

Schools get guidelines for reopening in fall 2020

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Schools get guidelines for reopening in fall 2020
Kids must stay 6 feet apart, wash hands on entering the building and teachers must be masked

Party for Alzheimer's research funding moves online

West Linn Tidings - News
Party for Alzheimer's research funding moves online
Clackamas Fire lieutenant, West Linn business owner will repeat 'Solstice Sip' via Zoom

Clackamas County awaits new infection numbers for…

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Clackamas County awaits new infection numbers for…
Commissioners will hear latest data, advice from health officer Thursday, June 11.

West Linn man arrested for $2 million in wire…

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West Linn man arrested for $2 million in wire…
Former WLHS strength and conditioning coach was previously imprisoned for embezzlement

Reduced traffic leads to drop in Oregon fuel tax…

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Reduced traffic leads to drop in Oregon fuel tax…
Economist tells lawmakers it's unknown whether easing restrictions will change commuting patterns.

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