Canby magician to appear on Wizard Wars

Canby magician to appear on Wizard Wars

Local man part of magic competition that will air Tuesday on Syfy channel Canby magician William...

Windy and wild

Windy and wild

A surprise greeted the valley Thursday as high winds blew out of the east, breaking limbs,...

Once again, Canby takes time out to remember

Once again, Canby takes time out to remember

Canby Police and firefighters paid homage Thursday to those who perished in the Sept. 11, 2001,...

Solar array at NWREC proving its worth

Solar array at NWREC proving its worth

Array produced far more kilowatt hours than Aurora facility used this summer, putting energy in...

Lacey Lady's new mission

Lacey Lady's new mission

Plane needs cleaning The Lacey Lady has been stuck at an altitude of about 15 feet for nearly...

New chamber CEO will leave after August

New chamber CEO will leave after August

Chamber will 'keep moving' Canby’s chamber of commerce CEO of 2 ½ months is leaving. Rick...

App-tastic

App-tastic

Eccles students use their imagination and ingenuity Leave it to the kids. Six Eccles Elementary...

FAIR 2014: It's off and running

FAIR 2014: It's off and running

While throngs of people worked their way through the rabbit and poultry barn Wednesday, Libby...

'Fiddler' finale is this weekend

'Fiddler' finale is this weekend

Performances are Thursday through Saturday, including a Saturday matinee Canby Community Theatre...

Fairgrounds temp building goes up

Fairgrounds temp building goes up

Preparations for the 2014 Clackamas County Fair are quite different than fairs in past years....

City selects library director

City selects library director

Melissa Kelly was serving as interim library manager before being promoted A newly defined and...

'Summer in the city'

'Summer in the city'

A group of seven churches put on a little summer fun for children at Canby's Wait Park Seven...

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October 22, 2014

County will have more tax dollars to use thanks to big increase

by Shasta Kearns Moore
For every dollar in county, 47.04 cents goes to education Clackamas County will have $35.5 million more tax dollars to play with this year, the highest percentage increase since 2009. Clackamas…
October 22, 2014

Police arrest three in drug-related case

by Ray Hughey
Canby Police arrested three people on drug charges early Wednesday in a northwest Canby apartment complex. Tisha Orozco, 38, was arrested on charges of possession of methamphetamine and…
October 22, 2014

Canby psychic faces nine years for defrauding man

by Ray Hughey
Case started as an elder abuse investigation, but grew from there A Canby psychic faces up to nine years in federal prison after pleading guilty Tuesday to scheming to defraud a victim of about…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Melissa Kelly
October 22, 2014

A look at the library

by John Baker
New library director sees plenty of positives, things to work on, as library moves forward Though she’s only been on the job a short time, Canby’s new library director is excited by what she has…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Teddy Stivahtis Jr.
October 22, 2014

FBI offering reward in Canby bank robbery

by (none)
The FBI is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a Gresham man suspected of robbing a Canby bank Monday, Oct. 13. Agents have charged Teddy…
Photo Credit: RAY HUGHEY - Aurora resident Leslie Birrenkott and her fellow cat-lovers have formed a group called Meow Village, which works to rescue feral cats in the area.
October 22, 2014

Creating a purrrrrrr-fect situation for feral cats

by Ray Hughey
Not every cat leads a comfortable life. Some have never felt the stroke of a gentle hand nor curled up purring in someone’s lap, nor batted a toy catnip mouse. They are feral cats, born in the…
October 22, 2014

Commissioners take a different view

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Clackamas County Commissioners approved their consent agenda with flair Thursday, Oct. 9. The commissioners all sported View-Masters — binocular-like toys that show different pictures at the…
October 22, 2014

Halloween activities slated for Canby area

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Canby’s streets will have more than trick-or-treaters this Halloween season. The city and other groups have plenty in store for Friday, Oct. 31. Canby Main Street Halloween Parade Meet at the…
Photo Credit: RAY HUGHEY - Betty Faist has been working the counter of her produce stand for 47 years, something she's enjoyed tremendously. But, come Saturday, an 80-year institution will close its doors as Betty and her husband Larry will retire.
October 15, 2014

Enjoying the fruits of their labors

by John Baker
Betty and Larry Faist are closing shop on a hidden 80-year endeavor It’s just time. That’s the feeling of Betty and Larry Faist as they prepare to say goodbye to something that’s been in the…
October 15, 2014

Road closure on tap in Canby

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The city of Canby will close North?Holly Street from Northwest Ninth Avenue to Knights Bridge Road Friday, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and again Monday through Wednesday, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The…

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Oct 15, 2014

Former city forester files suit

by Ray Hughey
Plaintiff claims lack of support and being ostracized by city staff over medical issues A former city forester has filed a disability discrimination lawsuit against the city of Canby. The suit…
Oct 15, 2014

Suspect in murder linked to Canby robbery

by (none)
Police continue the search for Teddy Stivahtis Jr. A man wanted in connection with the death of Gresham woman is suspected of robbing a bank in Canby Monday. Deanna Stivahtis was stabbed to…
Oct 08, 2014

Chamber looking for board members

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The Canby Area Chamber of Commerce seeks applicants for the board of directors. If interested in serving a three-year term on the board, fill out an application and return it to the chamber…
Oct 08, 2014

Schrader plans education town hall Thursday night

by (none)
A town hall education meeting with U.S. Rep. Kurt Schrader will be Thursday, Oct. 9, at 6 p.m. at the Canby High School Applied Technology Center’s Omni Room. Schrader will be on hand with the…
Photo Credit: JON HOUSE - Clackamas County Tax Assessor Bob Vroman looks over old, physical copies of residential parcel maps.
Oct 08, 2014

Property tax season produces unique questions

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Much of today's assessments are tied to measures that are many years old It’s property tax season, and you know what that means. No? Well, you’re not the only one. Oregon’s property tax system…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Richard W. Robinson
Oct 08, 2014

New city administrator on deck

by Ray Hughey
Bringing plenty of experience to the Canby post Wednesday, Oct. 8, will be the first day on the job for new Canby City Administrator Richard W. Robinson. He arrives from Redding, Calif., and…
Oct 08, 2014

Students, administration see (pink) eye to eye on issue

by Ray Hughey
Sides work together in 'teachable moment' Canby High School students and administration worked out a compromise Thursday that will allow the football team to wear pink in support of Breast…
Oct 08, 2014

Mental health first aid class on tap

by (none)
The Clackamas County Behavioral Health Division and Clackamas County Social Services will offer a free mental health first aid class at the Canby Adult Center Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.…
Oct 08, 2014

Seeking a haunt? Milburn's is back

by (none)
Haunted tradition near Hubbard is back and scary as ever Milburn's Haunted Manor returns for another season of haunted house fun. Located at 11503 Broadacres Road near Hubbard, Milburn’s…
Oct 08, 2014

Canby woman battles cancer, will walk to raise awareness

by Ray Hughey
Good has come from the health struggle There seemed no less likely candidate for lung cancer than Jessica Steinberg. She was 39, a nonsmoker, an avid runner and a fitness instructor for about 20…



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