Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Tackling human trafficking in Clackamas County

Tackling human trafficking in Clackamas County

West Linn Tidings - News
Group shares resources to address growing problem in Oregon; survivor shares her story
Metro income tax to help homeless buoyed by 3 county chairs

Metro income tax to help homeless buoyed by 3 county chairs

West Linn Tidings - News
Washington, Clackamas, Multnomah county chairs all support the proposed regional income tax to fund supportive housing.
West Linn Police: City officials express outrage at scandal

West Linn Police: City officials express outrage at scandal

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Citizens are likely to testify at Tuesday special meeting of West Linn City Council.
West Linn Police: Union 'disappointed' in chief's comments

West Linn Police: Union 'disappointed' in chief's comments

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Chief Terry Kruger said to have described the detective on leave as the 'victim' of the misconduct probe.
Local news in brief

Local news in brief

West Linn Tidings - News
Share your career with teens, share your view of river recreation rules with Salem, hear from local writers
John Williams takes the reigns as interim city manager

John Williams takes the reigns as interim city manager

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn deputy city manager fills in after firing of Eileen Stein, expresses interest in permanent job
West Linn Police Log

West Linn Police Log

West Linn Tidings - News
Information for the public safety column comes from the public records of the West Linn Police Department. Authorities recently logged information on…
City councilors' concerns about Eileen Stein revealed in…

City councilors' concerns about Eileen Stein revealed in…

West Linn Tidings - News
Last month West Linn City Council voted to fire City Manager Eileen Stein 'without cause'
Lending a paw

Lending a paw

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Surrounding communities rally to help Oregon City High School after loss of student
Metro shares homeless services tax plan with Clackamas…

Metro shares homeless services tax plan with Clackamas…

West Linn Tidings - News
Advocates and taxpayers give feedback on proposed $250 million measure to be raised through income tax
Wallets beware: Girl Scout cookies go on sale this Friday

Wallets beware: Girl Scout cookies go on sale this Friday

West Linn Tidings - News
Valentines Day marks the annual Girl Scout fundraiser. Proceeds will go to local Girl Scout troops.
West Linn City Council awards over $2 million for city…

West Linn City Council awards over $2 million for city…

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At Monday's meeting, council allocated GO bond funds, delayed signing contract for interim city manager
Updated: West Linn Cheer finishes ninth at UCA nationals

Updated: West Linn Cheer finishes ninth at UCA nationals

West Linn Tidings - News
Lions reach finals against 44 other top high school teams from around the nation
CSWCD manager bids a farewell to Oregon City

CSWCD manager bids a farewell to Oregon City

West Linn Tidings - News
Tom Salzer leaves conservation district job in Clackamas County for Washington state
Oregon governor, Timber Unity reps (cordially) exchange…

Oregon governor, Timber Unity reps (cordially) exchange…

West Linn Tidings - News
Opponents of the greenhouse gas reduction legislation presented Brown and the Senate with alternatives to shrink carbon emissions.
Sheriff's Office, District Attorney's Office and parks…

Sheriff's Office, District Attorney's Office and parks…

West Linn Tidings - News
Survey garners 3,000 responses, which is approximately 1% of the county's total adult population
CCC might hike tuition or slash programs

CCC might hike tuition or slash programs

West Linn Tidings - News
College President Tim Cook: 'We either raise tuition, or we reduce programs and services in order to balance our budget.'
Oregon Offroad Recovery responds to flooding in Eastern…

Oregon Offroad Recovery responds to flooding in Eastern…

West Linn Tidings - News
Local organization collecting donations to help Oregonians in Pendleton after flooding affected area
Oregon GOP, Dems at loggerheads over short session's intent

Oregon GOP, Dems at loggerheads over short session's intent

West Linn Tidings - News
Proponents say the 35-day legislative session is necessary to fix budget and respond to issues. Critics think it's morphed into something different…
Public forums set on Metro homeless services measure

Public forums set on Metro homeless services measure

West Linn Tidings - News
The elected regional government is considering a personal income tax surcharge for a May 19 primary election measure
Timber Unity rally a portrait of Oregon political divide

Timber Unity rally a portrait of Oregon political divide

West Linn Tidings - News
Loggers, haulers, farmers and their allies descend on Salem to make their voices heard on climate legislation.
Timber Unity flexes political muscle on Capitol steps

Timber Unity flexes political muscle on Capitol steps

West Linn Tidings - News
Hundreds blow truck air horns, cheer as group rallies in Salem sending a message to lawmakers opposing carbon-reduction bill.
Bigger than basketball

Bigger than basketball

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn and Lake Oswego high schools honor local teens fighting cancer in LtP Legends game
Thatcher announces run for secretary of state

Thatcher announces run for secretary of state

West Linn Tidings - News
Keizer lawmaker who also represents parts of Clackamas County becomes the first Republican to enter the race.
Police Log

Police Log

West Linn Tidings - News
Information for the public safety column comes from the public records of the West Linn Police Department. Authorities recently logged information on…
Local news in brief

Local news in brief

West Linn Tidings - News
Dementia education, DUll patrols and sending your Valentine a singing love note
The sun will come out tomorrow

The sun will come out tomorrow

West Linn Tidings - News
Willamette Primary students take the stage in beloved musical, 'Annie's Hard Knock Life'
Lawmaker ready for 2020 session

Lawmaker ready for 2020 session

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn Rep. Rachel Prusak will focus on gun storage, healthcare and the Willamette Falls Locks in short session
West Linn author nominated for two 2020 Oregon Book Awards

West Linn author nominated for two 2020 Oregon Book Awards

West Linn Tidings - News
Deborah Hopkinson's picture books and young adult novels make history exciting
Metro plans income tax on high-earners in Portland area to…

Metro plans income tax on high-earners in Portland area to…

West Linn Tidings - News
Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington counties could vote in May on a $250 million proposal from the HereTogether coalition.

Wyden: I tried to warn DNC about faulty Iowa app

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Wyden: I tried to warn DNC about faulty Iowa app
Oregon's senior senator says he was ignored several times as he attempted to gather information.

West Linn City Council discusses goals for 2020

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West Linn City Council discusses goals for 2020
Councilors want to focus on emergency preparedness, transit and recreations options, sustainability and diversity

Where does that road lead?

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Where does that road lead?
A short dirt road off of Highway 43 will eventually lead a small cluster of homes

Three counties in Portland area OK refugee…

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Three counties in Portland area OK refugee…
Washington, Multnomah and Clackamas counties issue consent decree that was required by President Donald Trump.

Stepping into shape

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Stepping into shape
Sole Sisters will run into a new session Feb. 8. The running and walking group now meets in over 15 cities

Lake Oswego Wilco store now open

West Linn Tidings - News
Lake Oswego Wilco store now open
Store sells everything from hardware, pet and livestock products, to garden supplies and clothing

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. Authorities recently logged information on…

Lake Oswego forces bridge study out of city

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Lake Oswego forces bridge study out of city
Metro, Milwaukie, Clackamas County officials seek alternative Willamette River crossings between Sellwood and Oregon City

Updated: West Linn names Keanon Lowe as its new…

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Updated: West Linn names Keanon Lowe as its new…
Lowe comes off two years at Parkrose and his playing career at Jesuit and Oregon

Updated: West Linn names Keanon Lowe as its new…

West Linn Tidings - News
Updated: West Linn names Keanon Lowe as its new…
Lowe comes off two years at Parkrose and his playing career at Jesuit and Oregon

Main Street group talks with businesses about…

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Main Street group talks with businesses about…
Businesses along Willamette Falls Drive in West Linn remain open during streetscape project

Community partners discuss equity in West Linn and…

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Community partners discuss equity in West Linn and…
The WL-WV School Districted hosted a workshop to discuss diversity and equity in schools and the broader community

West Linn Post Office to stay open through May

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West Linn Post Office to stay open through May
USPS and property owners are still talking about a longterm deal while USPS also searches for other locations

Oregon lawmakers unholster new gun-safety proposal

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Oregon lawmakers unholster new gun-safety proposal
Proponents say measure could reduce gun deaths and injuries, but opponents dislike one-size-fits-all approach.

WLWV boasts highest graduation rate in metro area

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WLWV boasts highest  graduation rate in metro area
Data shows students taking CTE courses less likely to drop out than the general population

Tualatin officer suffers minor injuries during…

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Tualatin officer suffers minor injuries during…
Police are still looking for the suspect who eluded police during a chase along 65th Avenue and Stafford Road.

Grand Ronde tribe revising Willamette Falls walkway…

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Grand Ronde tribe revising Willamette Falls walkway…
Coalition pays $15.25 million, nearly seven times price of 23-acre property five years ago

Clackamas County OKs continued refugee resettlement

West Linn Tidings - News
Clackamas County OKs continued refugee resettlement
Washington, Multnomah and Clackamas counties issue consent decree that was required by President Donald Trump.

Grand Ronde tribe to accept painting donated by…

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Grand Ronde tribe to accept painting donated by…
Oregon City artist gives large work to honor tribal purchase of Willamette Falls site

Nonprofits, state office try to reverse civics…

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Nonprofits, state office try to reverse civics…
Legislative attempts to mandate social studies in Oregon classrooms flop . Secretary of state's office shifts priorities to promote education program.

I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement Project faces questions

West Linn Tidings - News
I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement Project faces questions
The chairman of the Oregon Transportation Commission recommends more discussions and possibly higher costs for the controversial project

West Linn cheer readies for nationals, big…

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West Linn cheer readies for nationals, big…
The Welcome to the Jungle Lion Cheer Challenge will help offset the cost of nationals

Initiative connects Oregon inmates with their…

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Initiative connects Oregon inmates with their…
Portland nonprofit and Oregon Department of Corrections say effort would improve visitation areas and support families.

John Williams to continue leading City of West Linn

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John Williams to continue leading City of West Linn
Citizens and three councilors express confidence in deputy city manager, propose contract for next six months

School news in brief

West Linn Tidings - News
School news in brief
Nominate for Teacher of the year; district works on career/tech programs and firms are selected for bond projects

Merkley: Senate is on trial in impeachment debate

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Merkley: Senate is on trial in impeachment debate
U.S. senator talks with Oregon reporters after the first day of opening arguments in case presented against President Trump.

Ron Wyden tackles hot-button topics at Wilsonville…

West Linn Tidings - News
Ron Wyden tackles hot-button topics at Wilsonville…
The Democratic senator discusses election interference, Iran, impeachment and more

Merkley: Impeachment trial a 'travesty' without…

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Merkley: Impeachment trial a 'travesty' without…
Oregon Democrat offers observations on Senate proceedings involving President Trump in a call with local reporters.

Athey Creek goes international

West Linn Tidings - News
Athey Creek goes international
Middle school students particpate in exchange program with South Korean sister schools

Streetscape construction begins

West Linn Tidings - News
Streetscape construction begins
Historic Willamette Main Street project, in the works since 2018, now underway

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