'Tiny house' is more than just building

'Tiny house' is more than just building

Ackerman Academy project gives students a positive in lives that often don't have it Ackerman...

Marylhurst School moving to site of future Oregon City police station

Marylhurst School moving to site of future Oregon City police station

Board approves expansion into middle school grade offerings - Surprised that Marylhurst School...

Canby OHSET squad awaits word on infection

Canby OHSET squad awaits word on infection

State competition cancelled after outbreak of equine herpes. Possible rescheduling of event in...

Tualatin educator will be new Canby High principal

Tualatin educator will be new Canby High principal

The Canby School District has hired Tualatin school administrator Greg Dinse as principal of...

Onward, library project

Onward, library project

The public offers its final thoughts as the project moves forward Question, answers, suggestions...

A SAFE PASSAGE

A SAFE PASSAGE

A crosswalk project at Canby High School will offer a greater level of safety for students ...

Cyclist crashes, thrown over side of bridge

Cyclist crashes, thrown over side of bridge

A motorcyclist was injured Tuesday afternoon when his bike crashed into a guardrail, and he was...

Old restaurant finally torn down

Old restaurant finally torn down

A stand-alone former restaurant building is being torn down this week, making room for a new...

'Record' breaking

'Record' breaking

Canby's annual Record Bonanza returns for its 32nd installment For generations of music-lovers,...

21st Century teaching

21st Century teaching

North Marion is moving toward putting an electronic device in almost every student's hands A few...


Canby's Latest News

May 27, 2015

Canby tabbed as one of Oregon's best cities

by Ray Hughey
We knew it all along – that Canby is one of the best places to live – but it’s nice when others acknowledge that assessment. HomeSnacks.net, a web site that doles out bite-size bits of…
Is Canby moving in a positive direction?
May 27, 2015

Businesses offer thoughts on Canby

by (none)
Canby businesses are enthusiastic about the city as a place to do business and the direction the city is heading. This was one of the major findings of the Canby Business Survey. The city’s…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Canby's Victoria Hannaman visits her father's grave in Margraten for the first time during her trip to the Netherlands in early May.
May 27, 2015

SACRED GROUND

by John Baker
A Canby woman finds out that the grave of her father, killed in World War II, has been cared for by a Dutch family and sets out to know why Tucked away in a peaceful green corner of the…
May 27, 2015

Canby associate principal will take new post in Oregon City

by Raymond Rendleman
John Ogden, coming from Canby School District where he has served as an associate principal for the past nine years, has been selected as the next director of human resources for the Oregon City…
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May 27, 2015

Wings of Freedom returns

by (none)
Look for some classic “birds” over the skies and on the ground at Aurora State Airport in June. The Wings of Freedom tour will once again set down at the local airport, offering visitors a…
May 27, 2015

Area towing program helps train first-responders

by Pamplin Media Group
Molalla-based Area Wide Towing now offers a program allowing citizens and business owners to donate unwanted vehicles, which they turn over to three local fire departments for firefighters to…
May 20, 2015

Former sewer manager suing

by (none)
The city’s former sewer plant manager is suing the city for more than $860,000. Darvin Tramel, a city employee 28 years, filed the suit last week in Clackamas County Circuit Court. The suit…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - The Canby OHSET team will get a chance to compete at the state competition this year. After initially being cancelled due to an outbreak of equine herpes, the state competition was rescheduled for June 24-27 at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds in Redmond.
May 20, 2015

Say hello to state: OHSET competition rescheduled

by John Baker
It looks like high schoolers in Oregon will get their equestrian state competition after all. The Oregon High School Equestrian Team board has announced that the meet, orginally cancelled, has…
May 20, 2015

Fire guts Highway 99E business

by (none)
Flames went through the roof A two-alarm fire destroyed a laundromat on Highway 99E early Saturday. The fire at 851 SW First Ave. was reported at 3:20 a.m. Canby Fire District 62 firefighters…
RAY HUGHEY - Veteran Canby Police K-9 Freddy, at right with handler Sgt. Tim Warren, is retirinig and ready to start his Canby career is K-9 Cavo, with handler Chris Koehnke.
May 20, 2015

Calling it a (canine) career

by Ray Hughey
Freddy will be hanging it up at the Canby PD Freddy’s retiring. He’s done the end of this month, but don’t try to hand him a gold watch. Try something he can fetch, like a good bouncy ball.…

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May 14, 2015

State revenue forecast: Kicker on the way

by Peter Wong/Capital Bureau
UPDATE: University presidents want more money for schools State economists are projecting both a $473 million rebate to taxpayers next year and up to $264 million more for the state budget in…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - The bike crew gathers before heading out to Eccles Elementary School as part of Bike To School Day.
May 13, 2015

Students find fun when biking to school

by (none)
Notice a string of bike riders heading toward Eccles Elementary School Wednesday morning? It wasn’t a random gathering of bicyclists, but a concerted effort to use alternative methods of getting…
SUBMITTED PHOTOS - Students from Ninety-One School take care of some work at home as they worked to renew their own playground as part of an extension service project throughout the area.
May 13, 2015

Leaving a 'legacy' of making things better

by John Baker
A host of service projects got plenty of attention from a group of Ninety-One School students April 29. The students participated in a day of service to the community as part of a leadership…
JOHN BAKER - Canby Mayor Brian Hodson looks at not only the library-civic building project, but a series of potential projects in the downtown area that could impact Canby in the future.
May 13, 2015

Mayor excited about future

by John Baker
Hodson looks to the future as Canby has a 'lot of irons in the fire' with regards to projects To say Canby has a lot of irons in the fire would be an understatement, and that’s just fine with…
JAIME VALDEZ/PORTLAND TRIBUNE - Canby Herald Amazing Kid Samantha Owings (right) and Robert Pamplin Jr. during last week’s Amazing Kid gala in Portland.
May 13, 2015

Simply amazing

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Amazing Kid gala honors host of talented, involved youth Potential was in the air at a gala event honoring the 25 Pamplin Media Group 2015 Amazing Kids at Oregon Museum of Science and Industry,…
Greg Dinse is the  new CHS principal.
May 13, 2015

New principal dialed in for Canby High

by (none)
The Canby School District has hired Tualatin school administrator Greg Dinse as principal of Canby High School, effective July 1, pending board approval. The 53-year-old Oregon City resident has…
May 13, 2015

Let there be fireworks

by Ray Hughey
Canby volunteer firefighters looking to raise community support The night sky looks to brighten come July 4 thanks to Canby volunteer firefighters. They have stepped in and taken up sponsorship…
LINDSAY KEEFER - North Marion High School's concert band, led by director David Church, practices for the state competition, held Wednesday at Oregon State University.
May 13, 2015

North Marion band heads to state competition this week

by Lindsay Keefer
For the second year in a row — and the fourth time in school history — the North Marion High School concert band is going to the state competition. The band, led by David Church, who directed…
PEGGY SAVAGE - A visitor inspects one of many quilts hanging on display in the Dibble House.
May 08, 2015

Molalla Quilt Show features more than quilts

by Peggy Savage
The Molalla Quilt Show opened today to sunshine that promises to last the weekend -- perfect weather for strolling through Molalla's Dibble House Museum Complex to check out the displays of…
MAHS - Molalla Quilt Show opens Friday
May 06, 2015

Molalla Quilt Show opens Friday

by Peggy Savage
 The annual Molalla Quilt Show will be held Mothers' Day weekend. On Friday, May 8, show hours will be from noon to 4 p.m. On Saturday and Sunday, hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Dibble…




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