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Oregon panel urges actions to safeguard access to abortion

Oregon panel urges actions to safeguard access to abortion

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Recommendations come one month before start of 2023 Legislature. They include expansion to underserved areas.
Oregon's new gun regulations make it to the state Supreme…

Oregon's new gun regulations make it to the state Supreme…

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There's a challenge to Harney County judge's ruling; a federal judge declined to halt 10-round limit.
County judge blocks Oregon gun restrictions from taking…

County judge blocks Oregon gun restrictions from taking…

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The ruling follows that of a previous federal judge who said Measure 114 meets constitutional requirements.
West Linn sets code for police oversight committee

West Linn sets code for police oversight committee

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City Council unanimously adopts ordinance creating police accountability board that will report to city staff.
Incoming Gov. Kotek names chief of staff, adds to transition

Incoming Gov. Kotek names chief of staff, adds to transition

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Andrea Cooper is first Black woman in key job; outgoing Rep. Karin Power is among advisers, two of whom will stay.
Visitors welcome: Oregon Capitol south entrance reopens

Visitors welcome: Oregon Capitol south entrance reopens

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The front doors still remain closed because of construction activity that will continue for many months.
Oregon Court of Appeals considers question of urbanization…

Oregon Court of Appeals considers question of urbanization…

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A landowner of the area, which is currently barred from development, challenges intergovernmental agreements between Lake Oswego, West Linn,…
Northwest Oregon: Hello, December, hello snow

Northwest Oregon: Hello, December, hello snow

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Many of the suburbs awaken to snow on Dec. 1, with travel warnings at higher elevations; Portland may be next.
Merritt Paulson to sell Portland Thorns

Merritt Paulson to sell Portland Thorns

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The owner says the search for new leadership will not be rushed, and he hopes the team will stay at Providence Park.
Athey Idol returns to the West Linn-Wilsonville School…

Athey Idol returns to the West Linn-Wilsonville School…

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After a two-year pause due to the pandemic, student performers will take the stage once again to raise money for their choir department. 
Won't you be my neighborhood watch? Survey finds many…

Won't you be my neighborhood watch? Survey finds many…

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Oregon Values and Beliefs Center finds trust is high among citizens who live nearby one another.
Burglary ring hits three West Linn homes in 10 days

Burglary ring hits three West Linn homes in 10 days

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Group believed to be from South America may have also operated in Lake Oswego, unincorporated Clackamas County area.
West Linn's The Gathering Place collects gifts for kids

West Linn's The Gathering Place collects gifts for kids

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Toys, jackets, shoes, pajamas and other items will go to local families in need.
West Linn to show off ugly sweaters Dec. 10

West Linn to show off ugly sweaters Dec. 10

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Ugly Sweater Dash and holiday parade will return this year to Willamette district
Cops, Jiffy Lube partner on slowing catalytic converter…

Cops, Jiffy Lube partner on slowing catalytic converter…

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As thefts rise across the country, law enforcement is hopeful the paint and engraving service will slow crime.
Try our sporty World Cup crossword!

Try our sporty World Cup crossword!

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Our World Cup crossword is the perfect thing to keep busy between matches this year.
Drought lingers across Oregon as water year starts

Drought lingers across Oregon as water year starts

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Every drop is needed to reverse what has been a painfully long drought dating back to November 2019.
Close calls and financial flame-outs marked 2022 election

Close calls and financial flame-outs marked 2022 election

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Control of Congress and the Oregon Legislature were decided by a handful of tight races.
West Linn collects 4,000 pounds of food for food pantry

West Linn collects 4,000 pounds of food for food pantry

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November food drive benefits the West Linn Food Pantry, where need is on the rise
Oregon Supreme Court dismisses petition in West…

Oregon Supreme Court dismisses petition in West…

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The denied petition was submitted by the legal party representing victims of former West Linn educator, Jonathan Peachey. 
Holiday Cheer time is here

Holiday Cheer time is here

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Time to share your favorite family photos with your favorite local newspaper - us.
Can the West Linn-Wilsonville School District rebound from…

Can the West Linn-Wilsonville School District rebound from…

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Latest report highlights graduation rate and hiring wins, chronic absences 
West Linn police records answer some questions, raise…

West Linn police records answer some questions, raise…

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Pamplin Media Group recently obtained parts of the police report and emails from the investigation of the ex-doctor accused of rampant sex abuse.
West Linn football wins 6A state title 23-14 over Sheldon

West Linn football wins 6A state title 23-14 over Sheldon

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On a rainy day in Hillsboro, the Lions went to the ground game while the defense stopped the Irish in key moments.
West Linn's Holiday Tour of Homes is back 

West Linn's Holiday Tour of Homes is back 

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The Holiday Tour of Homes will take place Dec. 11 and showcase eight of West Linn's most festive residences. 
Survey: Mental health, housing and addiction services needed

Survey: Mental health, housing and addiction services needed

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Oregonians agree on necessity but divided over who should provide all of the services they believe will help.
How the West Linn-Wilsonville School District spent $7…

How the West Linn-Wilsonville School District spent $7…

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The district uses annual funding from the Student Success Act to hire new staff, host mental health trainings and add learning specialists to schools
Clackamas County, West Linn police seek suspect in school…

Clackamas County, West Linn police seek suspect in school…

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Sarah Rebecca Solo is a suspect in thefts at four schools in West Linn, Wilsonville and Milwaukie.
Cat locked in car, weird GrubHub message: West Linn Police…

Cat locked in car, weird GrubHub message: West Linn Police…

West Linn Tidings - News
Information for the police log comes from the public records of the West Linn Police Department.
Providence, OHSU shift to crisis care at pediatric units

Providence, OHSU shift to crisis care at pediatric units

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As RSV cases rise in infants and young children, health care providers announce crisis care standards at some sites

Shop Local with our holiday crossword!

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Shop Local with our holiday crossword!
Our Shop Local crossword is the perfect thing to relax with this holiday weekend, before the shopping frenzy begins.

West Linn to move to hybrid legal service model

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West Linn to move to hybrid legal service model
The City Council will hire an in-house city attorney for day-to-day legal service needs.

Games of the week: West Linn, Wilsonville vie for…

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Games of the week: West Linn, Wilsonville vie for…
The Lions and Wildcats each aim to win their second football state championship in school history this weekend.

West Linn and Wilsonville students commemorate Ruby…

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West Linn and Wilsonville students commemorate Ruby…
Ruby Bridges was the first Black student to integrate into Southern all-white schools in the 1960s. 

Sheriff, others file suit to block new gun…

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Sheriff, others file suit to block new gun…
The Pamplin Media Group has previously reported on the ongoing opposition of many sheriffs to Measure 114.

Robinwood residents frustrated with Highway 43…

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Robinwood residents frustrated with Highway 43…
Neighbors concerned with West Linn and ODOT plans to reconfigure intersections.

Clackamas County's homeless children request…

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Clackamas County's homeless children request…
Wishlist of items released by county officials; you can purchase gifts at various price points

West Linn-Wilsonville parents advocate for better…

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West Linn-Wilsonville parents advocate for better…
Some of the asks brought to the school board included different language options and a more research-backed reading curriculum. 

Can Oregon schools rebound from pandemic with fewer…

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Can Oregon schools rebound from pandemic with fewer…
Education leaders tout small wins, but latest report highlights chronic absences and enrollment declines that threaten funding

West Linn to defer water main work to pay for I-205…

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West Linn to defer water main work to pay for I-205…
Failure of the $17.5 million bond measure means the city needs to drastically cut other water projects

Phone confiscation, lewd yard notes: West Linn…

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Phone confiscation, lewd yard notes: West Linn…
Information for the police log comes from the public records of the West Linn Police Department

'It's not a job; it's a purpose.' McMullen eager…

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'It's not a job; it's a purpose.' McMullen eager…
After victory, West Linn's Catherine McMullen is ready to lead county elections division

PMG special report: Oregon sheriffs balk at new gun…

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PMG special report: Oregon sheriffs balk at new gun…
Pamplin Media Group roundup: Voters passed the measure but some sheriff's call it unconstitutional.

'Protect our children': Parents ask West…

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'Protect our children': Parents ask West…
Parents spoke during the Nov. 14 board meeting, advocating for the removal of books they deem contains explicit content.

'Nutcracker' performance heads to West Linn High…

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'Nutcracker' performance heads to West Linn High…
The Oregon City-based Abernethy Performing Arts group will perform its annual Christmas classic production. 

Democrats in blame game over Oregon congressional…

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Democrats in blame game over Oregon congressional…
Republican Lori Chavez-DeRemer beat Democrat Jamie McLeod-Skinner in the 5th district.

Clackamas Community College apprentice becomes role…

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Clackamas Community College apprentice becomes role…
Aleah Davis, the only female machinist in the program statewide, hopes to set an example for other women and her two daughters.

Friday noon: Gun regulation backers claim victory…

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Friday noon: Gun regulation backers claim victory…
Meanwhile, a health care measure is leading with votes evenly split, and two others are passing easily.

Kotek sets priorities even as Drazan declines to…

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Kotek sets priorities even as Drazan declines to…
Oregon's next governor says it's time to start work; Kotek lead grows even as Republican says she awaits totals.

Salute to Veterans: West Linn husband, wife help…

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Salute to Veterans: West Linn husband, wife help…
Army nurse and retired paratrooper put their skills to use in Tunisia and Ukraine.

West Linn vet establishes scholarship foundation

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West Linn vet establishes scholarship foundation
Getlin's Corner Foundation honors heroic Marines and Navy Corpsmen killed in March 1967

Kotek claims victory in race for Oregon governor

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Kotek claims victory in race for Oregon governor
Democrat leads GOP's Christine Drazan by 3 percentage points; Drazan has not conceded; Betsy Johnson has.

TriMet considering 2024 fare increase

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TriMet considering 2024 fare increase
Board members are concerned about the need for financial stability and inflationary cost increases.

Wednesday: Kotek maintains small lead over Drazan…

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Wednesday: Kotek maintains small lead over Drazan…
Democrat and Republican win where their parties usually win statewide; Betsy Johnson, with 9%, concedes.

Democrats poised to keep majorities in Oregon…

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Democrats poised to keep majorities in Oregon…
The chambers have been run by the GOP and Democrats, and even tied, in recent decades; here's what the 2023 lineup means.

Chavez-DeRemer holds lead in redrawn 5th…

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Chavez-DeRemer holds lead in redrawn 5th…
The former mayor of Happy Valley stays ahead of Democrat Jamie McLeod-Skinner as of Wednesday morning.

State measures: Gun safety close, health care trails

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State measures: Gun safety close, health care trails
Closest margins are for 114 and 111; moves to curb legislative walkouts and remove slavery have strong support.

Portland Community College bond passes

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Portland Community College bond passes
Voters in three of five counties approve $450 million for state's largest community college network

Chavez-DeRemer declares victory in 5th…

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Chavez-DeRemer declares victory in 5th…
Democrat Jamie McLeod-Skinner has not conceded as votes remain to be counted

'We were dismissed, invalidated and even mocked':…

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'We were dismissed, invalidated and even mocked':…
Alleged victims describe impacts of police department's approach to investigation, plead for accountability

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