Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Camping World takes down flagpole, will negotiate on fine

Camping World takes down flagpole, will negotiate on fine

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The Wilsonville business may have to pay nearly $90,000 in fines after putting up a flagpole without a permit. 
Clackamas County chair pitches alternatives to vax mandate

Clackamas County chair pitches alternatives to vax mandate

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Clackamas County board postpones further deliberation until Thursday, Sept. 23
Delay pushes lawmakers to edge on redistricting

Delay pushes lawmakers to edge on redistricting

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House is scheduled to return Sept. 25 after COVID results in testing; deadline for lawmakers to act is Sept. 27.
Clackamas Community College hosts Phoenix art exhibit

Clackamas Community College hosts Phoenix art exhibit

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Arizona's urban landscape inspires artists living, working among diverse cultures
Oregon rent hikes capped at 'relatively tame' 9.9% in 2022

Oregon rent hikes capped at 'relatively tame' 9.9% in 2022

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The statewide rent control doesn't include recent inflation or the tightening multi-family vacancy rate.
Universal Health Services objects to conditions for…

Universal Health Services objects to conditions for…

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Other health care providers want even stronger conditions than what the Oregon Health Authority outlined in its draft recommendation.
Mark Shull condemned for comparing COVID mandates, Holocaust

Mark Shull condemned for comparing COVID mandates, Holocaust

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Community groups, Jewish Federation of Greater Portland decry Clackamas County commissioner's Facebook post
New Amazon facility in Canby will create 500 jobs by 2023

New Amazon facility in Canby will create 500 jobs by 2023

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Amazon to create more than 500 jobs in Canby region starting at $18 per hour with sort center in 2023
COVID weekly case totals begin to decrease in Clackamas…

COVID weekly case totals begin to decrease in Clackamas…

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Positive patients in area are recovering at a faster rate than new cases are being recorded
Clackamas County to host virtual town hall for suicide…

Clackamas County to host virtual town hall for suicide…

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Event to be held Wednesday, Sept. 22 from 5:30-7 p.m. and feature a panel of Clackamas County health experts
Oregon Rep. Schrader blocks Dems' plan to lower drug prices

Oregon Rep. Schrader blocks Dems' plan to lower drug prices

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U.S. Congressman Kurt Schrader could pose a key stumbling block as Democrats attempt to pass their $3.5 trillion Build Back better package.
Specter of COVID-19 deaths moves to southern, northeastern…

Specter of COVID-19 deaths moves to southern, northeastern…

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Cases and deaths had been clustered in the most populous counties before; now hot spots include Wallowa.
Clackamas County child advocacy group seeks executive…

Clackamas County child advocacy group seeks executive…

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CASA trains, supports community volunteers in advocacy for children in foster care system
New U.S. attorney for Oregon will be nominated

New U.S. attorney for Oregon will be nominated

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U.S. senators, others nominate people to fill position left vacant by Billy Williams' resignation.
What will redistricting look like in Wilsonville?

What will redistricting look like in Wilsonville?

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Charbonneau may join the rest of Wilsonville in House District 26, based on draft maps.
'I'm done with Oregon' - real estate agents  reflect on…

'I'm done with Oregon' - real estate agents reflect on…

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Portlanders seem to be moving to the suburbs and some suburbanites are leaving metro area entirely, according to agents
Wilsonville's Ukulele Jam group is back at it

Wilsonville's Ukulele Jam group is back at it

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The group meets 6 p.m. Wednesdays at the Wilsonville Community Center and 9 a.m. Thursdays at the parks and rec building.
Clackamas County: Metro not currently offering $24M housing…

Clackamas County: Metro not currently offering $24M housing…

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Commissioners say funding advance beyond $5M is unlikely until the county reaches agreement
Lawmakers shuffle redistricting plans as special session…

Lawmakers shuffle redistricting plans as special session…

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Legislative plan must get a final vote by the end of September or courts could step in and draw state, federal districts
Few surprises as Oregon starts 2022 election season quietly

Few surprises as Oregon starts 2022 election season quietly

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Candidates ready to run for variety of offices as secretary of state opens public office filing window
Clackamas Women's Services to honor heroes across county

Clackamas Women's Services to honor heroes across county

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Awards going to Sen. Rob Wagner, Sen. Kathleen Taylor, nurse Katie Schafer, Camp HOPE volunteer Mary Koch
Wilsonville man critically injured in crash on I-5

Wilsonville man critically injured in crash on I-5

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Car was hit by another vehicle traveling in the wrong direction early Friday, Sept. 10.
Death of Black man at Clackamas County jail spurs protests

Death of Black man at Clackamas County jail spurs protests

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Family members demand answers for Jermelle Madison, who was found unresponsive inside his cell and was later declared dead in a hospital.
Take part in Clackamas County haunted house

Take part in Clackamas County haunted house

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Volunteers needed at Clackamas County Scare Fair for acting, design, makeup and more
Former Clackamas County Jail deputy convicted of misconduct

Former Clackamas County Jail deputy convicted of misconduct

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Richard Liljenberg, 51, will serve 18 months of probation and 40 hours of community service.
Wilsonville council considers options for affordable…

Wilsonville council considers options for affordable…

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The city favors a less challenging option that would serve a slightly higher income population 
Washington County first to hit 80% threshold for vaccinated…

Washington County first to hit 80% threshold for vaccinated…

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The county has been leading the state in adult vaccinations for months, officials said.
Public weighs in on redistricting, but will it matter?

Public weighs in on redistricting, but will it matter?

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Legislative committees get an earful from skeptical citizens about the proposed maps.
Homeless services grant program taking applications

Homeless services grant program taking applications

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County's Continuum of Care program will accept applications until 5 p.m. Oct. 12
Meet Clackamas County clerk candidate Catherine McMullen

Meet Clackamas County clerk candidate Catherine McMullen

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McMullen filed for the office of Clackamas County clerk Thursday, cheered on by a small group of supporters in attendance.

Lam Research to open Sherwood facility

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Lam Research to open Sherwood facility
The facility, which supplies semiconductor manufacturing equipment, will hire 300 people for the new site.

Westside Economic Alliance names new executive…

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Westside Economic Alliance names new executive…
Gail Greenman, a West Linn resident and former Oregon Farm Bureau lobbyist, will lead the regional group.

Nuccitelli hopes Wilsonville library exhibit sparks…

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Nuccitelli hopes Wilsonville library exhibit sparks…
The Wilsonville resident will have her art on display throughout September

Help needed: Hospitality industry struggles to hire…

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Help needed: Hospitality industry struggles to hire…
Some local businesses say unemployment benefits could be leading to a less motivated workforce. 

COVID-19 update: County reaches peak case count

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COVID-19 update: County reaches peak case count
Cases remain on the rise as students return to in-person instruction countywide, the Public Health Division reports.

Governor: Curtailing school activities could speed…

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Governor: Curtailing school activities could speed…
'We're in a dire state, but I am seeing some signs that this is going to level out in the next week.'

Washington County promotes new public health manager

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Washington County promotes new public health manager
Marie Boman-Davis has been an integral part of the county's COVID-19 response.

Washington County commissioners to hold town hall

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Washington County commissioners to hold town hall
The meeting will cover the county's allocation from the American Rescue Plan Act and plans for spending relief money.

Are you ready for more politics? It's…

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Are you ready for more politics? It's…
Candidates begin to line up for many statewide offices as summer semi-officially draws to a close.

Competing plans unveiled for legislative,…

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Competing plans unveiled for legislative,…
Lawmakers see drafts and plan public hearings Sept. 8-13 before special session later this year.

Portland hospitals bring in temporary morgue trucks

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Portland hospitals bring in temporary morgue trucks
Two hospitals will use refrigeration trucks to keep COVID-19 fatalities as hospital morgues fill up.

Indigenous practice could be key to taming wildfires

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Indigenous practice could be key to taming wildfires
Controlled burns have proven effective in combating wildfires, both before the Oregon Trail and in modern times.

Charbonneau art festival postponed due to COVID-19…

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Charbonneau art festival postponed due to COVID-19…
The annual community event will take place in June 2022 rather than in November 2021.

Oregon Health Authority recommends approval of new…

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Oregon Health Authority recommends approval of new…
The approval would be conditioned on the hospital having fewer beds than requested and treating underserved groups.

Co-located domestic violence, child abuse center…

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Co-located domestic violence, child abuse center…
Officials have long hoped to bring a joint domestic violence and child abuse resource center to Washington County.

Jr. Scoop founder opens brick-and-mortar 

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Jr. Scoop founder opens brick-and-mortar 
Jordan Scoggins and his two sons Lincoln and Ben sell ice cream and sandwiches at Half Pint Brothers

Case dismissed for charity owner who allegedly…

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Case dismissed for charity owner who allegedly…
Northwest Giving Hope owner Corey Stark is banned from charitable solicitations in Oregon following a settlement.

Flying drones that plant trees now have their own…

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Flying drones that plant trees now have their own…
Former Beaverton tech startup DroneSeed purchases tree seed company Silvaseed to speed up wildfire reforestation.

COVID-19 update: Cases rise as outdoor mask…

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COVID-19 update: Cases rise as outdoor mask…
964 new cases were reported in the county between Aug. 15 and 21, the highest weekly count since late December 2020.

Oregon sets grim one-day record for COVID cases

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Oregon sets grim one-day record for COVID cases
With 20 new deaths, the coronavirus now has claimed the lives of 3,115 people in Oregon.

Fort Kennedy to host cruise-in supporting homeless…

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Fort Kennedy to host cruise-in supporting homeless…
The nonprofit provides food, shelter, clothing and other services to thousands of veterans in Oregon.

Recent Wilsonville alumnus helps save Woodburn food…

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Recent Wilsonville alumnus helps save Woodburn food…
Jared Redmon and a fellow student volunteer were first on the scene to the fire 

Wilsonville Community Center reopens 

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Wilsonville Community Center reopens 
The building hosts bridge, bingo, photography and other activities after long hiatus 

Fentanyl overdoses rise as dealers target teens…

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Fentanyl overdoses rise as dealers target teens…
Law enforcement officials report social media platforms including Snapchat are being used to sell illicit opioids.

Oregon taxpayers will get record $1.9 billion back…

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Oregon taxpayers will get record $1.9 billion back…
State economists offer estimates as they present quarterly revenue forecasts to lawmakers.

Commissioners react to 'overcrowded' public hearing…

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Commissioners react to 'overcrowded' public hearing…
Multiple commissioners expressed concern that the meeting risked the health and safety of everyone in the building.

Oregon Aviation Board signs off on appeal of Aurora…

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Oregon Aviation Board signs off on appeal of Aurora…
For the case to proceed, the Department of Justice will need to approve and the Supreme Court will need to agree to hear it

COVID-19 crushing hospitals with reprieve still…

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COVID-19 crushing hospitals with reprieve still…
Numbers are a backdrop to a crisis, especially in southwestern Oregon, where unvaccinated residents swamp hospitals

Tenant advocacy group: eviction response an…

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Tenant advocacy group: eviction response an…
The Community Alliance of Tenants called upon elected officials to provide better protections for renters.

Do-it-yourself political redistricting lights up…

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Do-it-yourself political redistricting lights up…
Shall we play a game? State lets amateurs draw their own dream maps based on U.S. Census numbers.

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