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Clackamas County approves regional supportive housing…

Clackamas County approves regional supportive housing…

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Commissioners approve plan to deliver about $24M annually to address chronic homelessness
Janelle Bynum: 'We can do better' on police accountability

Janelle Bynum: 'We can do better' on police accountability

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State rep says Clackamas County settlement shows need for 'conversation on how we treat children when they come into contact with authorities'
What do you want from Oregon's next governor?

What do you want from Oregon's next governor?

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Journalists team up to host listening sessions with voters interested in shaping the upcoming election.
Part-time features reporter needed

Part-time features reporter needed

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We are looking for a versatile writer with professional experience in both news and features.
West Linn continues talks on police oversight board

West Linn continues talks on police oversight board

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The city's labor attorney told the City Council the union seemed on board with oversight proposals, though the matter is not settled
Bargaining continues between West Linn and police union

Bargaining continues between West Linn and police union

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The city and police union have reached a number of tentative agreements regarding personnel records, drug use and more
Recall Mark Shull campaign recaps first-year progress

Recall Mark Shull campaign recaps first-year progress

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Organizers say past 12 months show Clackamas County commissioner continuing to act irresponsibly
Back to Salem: West Linn's legislators prepare for 2022…

Back to Salem: West Linn's legislators prepare for 2022…

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Sen. Wagner and Rep. Prusak propose bills on healthcare access, sexual assault prevention and more
Thieves bust open ATM in West Linn

Thieves bust open ATM in West Linn

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Police say the robbery occurred at a West Linn Chase Bank location Monday morning
Responding to recall, Mark Shull attacks the messenger

Responding to recall, Mark Shull attacks the messenger

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Clackamas County commissioner's year in office includes refusal to apologize for Holocaust meme
'Take the dais' threat reported during tense Clackamas…

'Take the dais' threat reported during tense Clackamas…

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County commission to meet virtually indefinitely after crowded meeting ends in unrest
Tigard native Dan Rayfield tabbed for Oregon House speaker

Tigard native Dan Rayfield tabbed for Oregon House speaker

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Rayfield, who represents a House district in Corvallis, is Democrats' choice to succeed Tina Kotek.
Democrats name budget leader for Oregon House speaker

Democrats name budget leader for Oregon House speaker

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Dan Rayfield prevails over Janelle Bynum, who claims a deal with House leadership wasn't honored.
Unmasked crowd occupies Clackamas County meeting room

Unmasked crowd occupies Clackamas County meeting room

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Chair Tootie Smith moves to virtual format after group refuses to comply with state administrative rules
West Linn Police Log: Caller warns of lewd images drawn in…

West Linn Police Log: Caller warns of lewd images drawn in…

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Information for the police log comes from the public records of the West Linn Police Department.
Oregon investigating private pop-up COVID-19 testing sites

Oregon investigating private pop-up COVID-19 testing sites

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Center for COVID Control under investigation after nationwide complaints of falsified, missing results
Bialostosky to serve as West Linn City Council president

Bialostosky to serve as West Linn City Council president

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Council votes unanimously for Rory Bialostosky to take council president position
Delayed ODOT vote may impact I-205 tolling decision

Delayed ODOT vote may impact I-205 tolling decision

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At Clackamas County's request, state postpones potential transportation plan changes that must take place before tolling can begin
Ex-Clackamas staffer sentenced to 90 days jail for bias…

Ex-Clackamas staffer sentenced to 90 days jail for bias…

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Collin Michael Williams, 21, also receives 60 months probation after guilty plea for August 2021 incident
Forbes Global Properties begins 2022 with continued…

Forbes Global Properties begins 2022 with continued…

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SPONSORED STORY: Specializing in a wide range of prestigious properties, LUXE's accomplished team of industry leaders provides comprehensive real…
Clackamas first responders to digitize emergency radio…

Clackamas first responders to digitize emergency radio…

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New communication channels to replace analog methods described as outdated, failing
Free health clinic coming to Clackamas Community College…

Free health clinic coming to Clackamas Community College…

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Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine relocating to CCC to expand services, increase access
TriMet to limit 20 bus lines starting Monday

TriMet to limit 20 bus lines starting Monday

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The regional transit agency will reduce service 9% on Jan. 10 because of severe staffing shortage.
West Linn author reflects on life's interconnectedness in…

West Linn author reflects on life's interconnectedness in…

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Dede Montgomery releases 'Humanity's Grace,' a collection of intertwined short stories.
Oregon legislator seeks to give citizens voice on tolling

Oregon legislator seeks to give citizens voice on tolling

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Clackamas County Republican Bill Kennemer hopes measure will tap into increasing voter frustration with planned tollways.
'Challenges persist': Substitute teacher shortage hits…

'Challenges persist': Substitute teacher shortage hits…

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Despite a temporary slash to the education requirement for substitute teachers, the shortage in school districts continues. 
Clackamas County COVID-19 cases surge to new peak

Clackamas County COVID-19 cases surge to new peak

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Highly transmissible omicron variant likely to strain hospital capacity in coming weeks, health officials say
Clackamas meat distributor issues mass recall over E. coli…

Clackamas meat distributor issues mass recall over E. coli…

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Over 28,000 pounds of ground beef recalled Thursday by Interstate Meat Distributors
Region on alert for floods, but no current threats in West…

Region on alert for floods, but no current threats in West…

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Local rivers are running swift and high due to melting snow and continuous rain, but so-far-so-good for local streams.
Clackamas youth arts program enters new decade with clear…

Clackamas youth arts program enters new decade with clear…

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Coordinator Lisa Smith reflects on 10 years of encouraging youth expression through art

SoS: Nick Kristof does not qualify to run for…

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SoS: Nick Kristof does not qualify to run for…
The Yamhill native and former New York Times columnist criticized the decision and said he will appeal.

Omicron could wreck public life. Here's what you…

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Omicron could wreck public life. Here's what you…
Number of COVID-19 cases is likely much higher than reported due to the prevalence of at-home testing.

Kotek to step down early as Oregon House speaker

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Kotek to step down early as Oregon House speaker
Democratic candidate for governor sets Jan. 21 for departure as leader and member; succession is unclear.

Bolton residents ask marine board to tighten noise…

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Bolton residents ask marine board to tighten noise…
West Linn residents along the river say they are fed up with the noise from a competition-grade jet ski.

Peter Courtney will leave Legislature after record…

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Peter Courtney will leave Legislature after record…
The Salem Democrat championed mental health and the institution itself; he has led the Senate for a record 20 years.

Clackamas County weighs waste policy after pushing…

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Clackamas County weighs waste policy after pushing…
Newcomer deemed out of compliance, but recycling models permissible under code may expand

West Linn-Wilsonville, Lake Oswego schools not…

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West Linn-Wilsonville, Lake Oswego schools not…
Lake Oswego will tweak athletic protocols for competitions, while WL-WV has no changes planned yet after new state guidance.

Schools asked to halt extracurricular activities as…

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Schools asked to halt extracurricular activities as…
Health advisory recommends pausing practices or reinstating masks; warns of 'serious threat' to in-person learning

Finding shows to watch just got a lot easier!

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Finding shows to watch just got a lot easier!
Pamplin PLAY is our new guide of shows to watch and stream. It is published every week inside your weekly Pamplin Media Group newspaper and is FREE…

Pandemic: Entering Year 3

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Pandemic: Entering Year 3
In Oregon, COVID-19 infections are rising as the latest variant of the novel coronavirus sweeps through the state.

Looking back at 2021 in West Linn

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Looking back at 2021 in West Linn
Over the last year, West Linn dealt with historic weather events while also ushering in new leadership.

Sams' moment: 'Front-row seat to the U.S.…

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Sams' moment: 'Front-row seat to the U.S.…
Eastern Oregon man settles into his new role as head of the National Park Service.

Omicron variant has a grip on hospitals, state…

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Omicron variant has a grip on hospitals, state…
Legislative session could be delayed as Oregon wrestles with rising COVID cases

West Linn Chief Peter Mahuna is eager to continue…

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West Linn Chief Peter Mahuna is eager to continue…
Mahuna spoke about his background, including time at Portland's SERT, and plans for connecting with the community

Snow and ice means Tuesday morning road closures in…

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Snow and ice means Tuesday morning road closures in…
UPDATE: All roads in city limits were open again Tuesday afternoon following a handful of morning road closures.

Clackamas County offers tools for unpaid caregivers

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Clackamas County offers tools for unpaid caregivers
People who take care of friends, family members invited to free online classes

With more snow in Portland area, officials urge…

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With more snow in Portland area, officials urge…
Some government offices in northwest Oregon are closed all day, while others will open two hours late.

Snow on the ground in West Linn and more expected…

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Snow on the ground in West Linn and more expected…
Snow again blanketed West Linn Monday morning and city officials urged residents to use caution while traveling.

Sunday snow sparks fun, few problems

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Sunday snow sparks fun, few problems
A Winter Storm Warning is in effect through 4 a.m. Monday with the most snow at the higher elevations.

Infrastructure plan pumps money into Oregon's…

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Infrastructure plan pumps money into Oregon's…
The Beaver State is slated to receive more than $92 million in 2022 for clean drinking water projects.

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.

Any icy start to the new year

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Any icy start to the new year
West Linn's Willamette neighbors have partnered with the city of West Linn to host a polar plunge event.

Oregon governor extends pandemic emergency…

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Oregon governor extends pandemic emergency…
Kate Brown says the step is required to prepare for a surge in the omicron variant; she rescinded most others in June.

League of Oregon Cities head resigns after profane…

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League of Oregon Cities head resigns after profane…
Mike Cully was placed on paid administrative leave after sending abusive Twitter messages to the Beaverton mayor.

West Linn voters to decide on Oppenlander purchase

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West Linn voters to decide on Oppenlander purchase
City and school district set purchase agreement; land price to be determined.

Forecast: Another big COVID wave could hit in…

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Forecast: Another big COVID wave could hit in…
Gov. Kate Brown 'calling on 1 million Oregonians to step up and get a booster shot.' Doctors say surge may not be severe

West Linn scouts offer tree pick-up

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West Linn scouts offer tree pick-up
Troop 396 picks up and recycles Christmas trees for annual fundraiser; sign up online, email or call to set up an appointment.

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.

West Linn seeks money from opioid settlement

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West Linn seeks money from opioid settlement
Council votes unanimously to receive share of $26 billion payout; one councilor noted addiction's impact on her family

Former West Linn dentist charged with stealing…

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Former West Linn dentist charged with stealing…
Suspended dentist Salwan Adjaj was already under investigation by the Oregon Board of Dentistry.

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