Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

DA: Jermelle Madison jailed in general unit despite…

DA: Jermelle Madison jailed in general unit despite…

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Inmate died from suicide in Clackamas County Jail days after he was screened for ongoing mental health issues
Project team reveals more details on Marylhurst affordable…

Project team reveals more details on Marylhurst affordable…

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Representatives answered community questions during a virtual meeting Oct. 21.
Hathhorn is newest Clackamas Community College board member

Hathhorn is newest Clackamas Community College board member

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Following resignation and guilty plea of Dave Hunt, Sunrise Water general manager appointed
Oregon struggling again to recover from COVID-19 spike

Oregon struggling again to recover from COVID-19 spike

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Latest OHSU forecast points to coronavirus cases remaining high until past Thanksgiving
CCC seeks instructors, volunteers for new makerspace

CCC seeks instructors, volunteers for new makerspace

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Clackamas Community College nears completion on one-of-a-kind creative work space for public use
Clackamas County proclaims Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Clackamas County proclaims Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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Safe Place dedicated to providing free resources to survivors of intrapersonal abuse
TVF&R unveils new cardiac defibrillators

TVF&R unveils new cardiac defibrillators

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The new devices replace old ones used in the field by Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue personnel.
Great ShakeOut shows disaster preparedness goes beyond…

Great ShakeOut shows disaster preparedness goes beyond…

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Thursday's global earthquake drill helps people understand what it takes to survive a massive event
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.
ODOT sues marina, Oregon City for I-205 bridge project land

ODOT sues marina, Oregon City for I-205 bridge project land

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State officials say judge might have to condemn property as dispute continues between city, Sportcraft Landing
Clackamas County board seek to calm heated policy disputes

Clackamas County board seek to calm heated policy disputes

West Linn Tidings - News
Board plans facilitated session to strengthen cooperation amid 'brewing conflict' among elected officials
West Linn discusses financing for Abernethy Bridge waterline

West Linn discusses financing for Abernethy Bridge waterline

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City water comes through pipe under bridge, that will be moved with coming I-205 project
West Linn City Attorney of 32 years dies of cancer

West Linn City Attorney of 32 years dies of cancer

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Tim Ramis began serving as city attorney in 1989 and also worked in Tigard and St. Helens.
Clackamas County commits $1.7M to supportive housing…

Clackamas County commits $1.7M to supportive housing…

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Metro-funded payout aids organizations targeting underserved populations as Webster Road renovation begins
CCC launches transfer program with Arizona State University

CCC launches transfer program with Arizona State University

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MyPath2ASU offers Clackamas Community College students a seamless way to transition
West Linn's Historic City Hall under consideration for…

West Linn's Historic City Hall under consideration for…

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The National Parks Service recently placed the building on a 'pending list' for the register
Three candidates left in West Linn police chief search

Three candidates left in West Linn police chief search

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Acting Chief Mahuna, a Port of Portland captain and a DPSST trainer will take part in final evaluations.
Congressional candidates search for footing in reshaped…

Congressional candidates search for footing in reshaped…

West Linn Tidings - News
'You have the largest geographical barrier in our state dividing a district that is united only because of political desire'
COVID weekly cases, hospitalizations decline in Clackamas…

COVID weekly cases, hospitalizations decline in Clackamas…

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Number of people hospitalized plummets nearly 68% as over 6,500 new vaccinations are administered for a second straight week
What voters should know about the new TVF&R bond this…

What voters should know about the new TVF&R bond this…

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The $122 million bond is intended to fund a wish list of the fire district's safety enhancements.
Clackamas County inks new infectious waste collection…

Clackamas County inks new infectious waste collection…

West Linn Tidings - News
Trilogy Medwaste will now partner with Waste Management of Oregon to provide services
Dress up your dog for West Linn's 'Howl-O-Ween'

Dress up your dog for West Linn's 'Howl-O-Ween'

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Upcoming event at Mary S. Young Park will include a canine costume contest and parade.
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
Clackamas Community College gets student retention grant

Clackamas Community College gets student retention grant

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School officials: Pandemic took a toll on underrepresented student populations
Clackamas County calls for state-funded workforce training

Clackamas County calls for state-funded workforce training

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Joint letter recommends Oregon commit $50 million to programs creating 10,000 qualified job candidates
West Linn-Wilsonville School Board chair running for state…

West Linn-Wilsonville School Board chair running for state…

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Wilsonville's Chelsea King wants to represent the district, which has shifted due to redistricting, in Salem.
Clackamas County pledges to make child care more accessible

Clackamas County pledges to make child care more accessible

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Residents voice concerns, needs during webinar hosted by staff and elected commissioners
West Linn library director will add homeless initiatives to…

West Linn library director will add homeless initiatives to…

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Along with his library duties, Doug Erickson will serve as the city's new director of community services.
For many teens, peer support is biggest life line

For many teens, peer support is biggest life line

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When the world shut down, crisis intervention volunteers never stopped showing up
New Athey Creek Middle School gets conditional go-ahead

New Athey Creek Middle School gets conditional go-ahead

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Appeal by neighborhood association failed at West Linn City Council hearing.

Clackamas County to host Indigenous Peoples' Day…

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Clackamas County to host Indigenous Peoples' Day…
Inaugural event will include drumming, dances; takes place virtually from 4-5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 12

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

Clackamas County incentivizes affordable housing…

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Clackamas County incentivizes affordable housing…
Newly approved regulation offers developers added returns upon investing in unincorporated areas.

Survey: Oregonians split on whether state is on…

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Survey: Oregonians split on whether state is on…
Feelings about the state's directions seem to be split along demographic and economic lines

Back to the drawing board: Workers reflect on…

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Back to the drawing board: Workers reflect on…
The pandemic has had unique effects on the local economy - and workers are not immune from them.

Tidings introduces new education reporter

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Tidings introduces new education reporter
Mia Ryder-Marks joined Pamplin Media Group in September and will cover West Linn-Wilsonville, Lake Oswego schools.

Political notebook: Battles move on from…

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Political notebook: Battles move on from…
Groups push to put liquor on grocery store shelves; election dollars start to flow to candidates

Will this winter be as bad as the last one?

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Will this winter be as bad as the last one?
The free 29th annual Winter Weather Forecast Conference hosted by the Oregon Chapter of the American Meteorological Society is set for Oct. 23.

Clackamas County food drive raises nearly $7K

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Clackamas County food drive raises nearly $7K
Health, Housing and Human Services Department nets $6,844, equivalent to 27,376 pounds of food

Libra Forde declares candidacy for Clackamas County…

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Libra Forde declares candidacy for Clackamas County…
School board member says she'll likely challenge three-term incumbent Commissioner Paul Savas

West Linn Post Office to open 2022

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West Linn Post Office to open 2022
Work is underway at the new site in Cascade Summit as well as the former post office site in the Central Village

Tolls to hit I-205 in West Linn, Oregon City area

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Tolls to hit I-205 in West Linn, Oregon City area
City officials met with ODOT to discuss freeway improvement and congestion pricing

Clackamas County COVID cases back on the rise,…

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Clackamas County COVID cases back on the rise,…
Weekly case count up after two-week decline; Pfizer booster shots now for adults 18 and up

Tattoo studio honored as ethical Clackamas County…

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Tattoo studio honored as ethical Clackamas County…
Above The Pearl Tattoo in Milwaukie earns its spot as one of three finalists for Better Business Bureau Torch Award

Did annual Round-Up spread COVID? Governor, others…

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Did annual Round-Up spread COVID? Governor, others…
Umatilla County health officials say Pendleton's signature event likely drove a spike in coronavirus cases.

Film shows Clackamas County couple seeking housing…

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Film shows Clackamas County couple seeking housing…
Homeless youth plan documentary showcase in-person at 7 p.m on Thursday, Sept. 30, at the Hollywood Theatre

Friends for 40 years: McLean House group celebrates…

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Friends for 40 years: McLean House group celebrates…
The volunteer group known as Friends of McLean House marks its 40th anniversary this year.

Clackamas County to host virtual town hall on child…

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Clackamas County to host virtual town hall on child…
Commissioners say they want to hear about community concerns, needs Wednesday, Oct. 6 from 5:30-7 p.m.

Clackamas County contractor provides HVAC to…

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Clackamas County contractor provides HVAC to…
Control Techs NW in Clackamas earns spot as one of three finalists for Better Business Bureau Torch Award

Nonprofit helps Clackamas County elevate learning…

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Nonprofit helps Clackamas County elevate learning…
HELP earns its spot as one of three ClackCo finalists for Better Business Bureau Torch Award

Hillsboro man fatally shot by Clackamas County…

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Hillsboro man fatally shot by Clackamas County…
Nathan Thomas Honeycutt, 26, reportedly killed during traffic stop in Happy Valley

Tobias Read announces bid for Oregon governor

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Tobias Read announces bid for Oregon governor
The state treasurer and former Beaverton lawmaker joins Tina Kotek and others in the Democratic primary race.

Clackamas County's Gary Schmidt: 'Focus and be…

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Clackamas County's Gary Schmidt: 'Focus and be…
Administrator shares update on how pandemic has shifted priorities within county government

GOP absences stymie Oregon House on redistricting…

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GOP absences stymie Oregon House on redistricting…
New congressional map fails to move GOP minority; lawmakers push up against Monday deadline for final action.

Gun storage, election-day postmark bills allowed to…

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Gun storage, election-day postmark bills allowed to…
Opponents fail to submit signatures to force a statewide vote on those measures and one other from 2021 session.

Clackamas County offers year-round suicide…

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Clackamas County offers year-round suicide…
Galli Murray updates commissioners on efforts mitigating rising suicide rates

Clackamas Sheriff bars low-level pursuits after…

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Clackamas Sheriff bars low-level pursuits after…
Sheriff's office now requires deputies to have reasonable suspicion of felony before engaging in vehicle pursuit

Poll: 66% of Oregonians predict unstoppable climate…

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Poll: 66% of Oregonians predict unstoppable climate…
The Oregon Values and Beliefs Center surveyed state residents' perceptions on the Earth's changing climate.

Clackamas board overrules Tootie Smith's vaccine…

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Clackamas board overrules Tootie Smith's vaccine…
Clackamas County elected officials remain at odds over the message, intent of advising state

West Linn ponders uses for American Rescue Plan…

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West Linn ponders uses for American Rescue Plan…
The city will receive nearly $6 million in federal aid from the American Rescue Plan Act.

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