Ponies and parasols

Ponies and parasols

4-H Horse Fair draws 240 equestrians The more than 240 participants entered in horse fair this...

Celebrating a fabulous, fun Fourth

Celebrating a fabulous, fun Fourth

Canby revelers had a picture-perfect day Friday for a General Canby Day celebration, including a...

WWII quilt makes for a patchwork puzzle

WWII quilt makes for a patchwork puzzle

Sandy Monaco found the quilt about 20 years ago at a garage sale just off Township Road....

Cat collection tells of an adventurous life

Cat collection tells of an adventurous life

Canby resident Donna Lebold is a cat person. If walking into her house and meeting her tabby...

County fair livestock barn bites the dust

County fair livestock barn bites the dust

The historic livestock building at the Clackamas County fairgrounds now is history itself. The...

Relay for Life

Relay for Life

Participants raised more than $47,000 for the American Cancer Society at Relay for Life on...

Bringing the past to life

Bringing the past to life

Canby man to join others in sharing a passion for the Civil War During the commemoration of the...

Canby Fire District passes passes torch of command

Canby Fire District passes passes torch of command

Canby Fire District 62 held an end of watch ceremony Wednesday, commemorating the 39-year...

Livestock barn demolition begins

Livestock barn demolition begins

The historic livestock building at the Clackamas County fairgrounds took its first steps toward...

Look at that face!

Look at that face!

The hounds had their day Friday through Sunday at the Clackamas County Event Center during the...

Coming home

Coming home

Canby's new fire chief has long-standing ties to the community Canby resident James Davis, a...

The hunt of a lifetime

The hunt of a lifetime

A 13-year-old Mulino boy won the coveted Rocky Mountain bighorn tag for Lookout Mountain. A...

Oooh, doggie

Oooh, doggie

Canby is hosting all kinds of hounds this weekend at the Clackamas County Event Center. Beagles,...

The wonder of warbirds

The wonder of warbirds

The Aurora State Airport was a place where history, present and future met June 12-13-14 as the...

Having fun at the run

Having fun at the run

The young and young at heart all took part in Saturday’s second annual Canby Country...

Pedal power

Pedal power

Hundreds of riders descended on Canby Saturday morning to head out and see the rural sights of...

Offering tribute to  veterans

Offering tribute to veterans

Burgerville Tribute Tree offers handwritten tributes to veterans The Canby Burgerville hosted a...

Shelby Bennett: From Canby student to China teacher

Shelby Bennett: From Canby student to China teacher

Canby woman discovers so much more than an ability to teach in China It may not have been Shelby...

RESTORATION: A journey to health and healing

RESTORATION: A journey to health and healing

Cheryl Frampton has seen more than her share of struggles, but has come through them with a...

Using technology today to probe the past

Using technology today to probe the past

Canby Public Library has the first workshop of a three-part genealogy program About a dozen...

City 'bridges' roadway needs on Sequoia Parkway

City 'bridges' roadway needs on Sequoia Parkway

Road and bridge completion over railroad tracks celebrated with Monday morning event Under sunny...

What's next?

What's next?

That’s the question that each Canby High School graduate will get the chance to answer in...

Bridging those transporation issues

Bridging those transporation issues

A ribbon-cutting ceremony is planned to commemorate the completion of the Sequoia Parkway projects...

Celebrating its Yoder roots

Celebrating its Yoder roots

The Yoder Mill is turning 125 years old this month and will celebrate Saturday with a host of...

Southern (school) exposure

Southern (school) exposure

Ninety-One School students spend three days exploring southern Oregon Looking for a unique...

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Canby's Latest News

July 17, 2014

Read my lips: CCC's $90M bond won't affect taxpayers

by Raymond Rendleman
Will you support Clackamas Community College’s $90 million bond measure to build a Industrial/Technical Learning Center and DeJardin Science Addition in Oregon City for various skilled trades…
July 17, 2014

CCC, Oregon Tech sign reverse transfer agreement

by The Clackamas Review
More students in Oregon will have the opportunity to be credited with an associate's degree while earning a bachelor's degree through a new "Reverse Transfer" agreement, signed last week between…
Georgia Newton
July 16, 2014

Georgia Newton named Herald, Pioneer publisher

by Peggy Savage
Georgia Newton, who has been sales manager for the Molalla Pioneer since May, was last week named publisher of the Molalla Pioneer and Canby Herald, effective Aug. 1. The announcement was made…
This engineering drawing shows the layout of the off-leash dog park to be built.
July 16, 2014

Volunteers sought to help with dog park

by Ray Hughey
City budget cuts stall off-leash park project Looks like man’s best friend needs a helping hand. Plans for a city off-leash dog park stalled after city budget cuts reduced the parks maintenance…
July 16, 2014

City reviewing administrator applications

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The city of Canby is closing in on choosing a new city administrator The search conducted by the Prothman Co. firm received about 27 applications for the job, which pays $120,000 - $145,000.…
July 23, 2014

Scam targets Canby Utility users

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The Canby Area Chamber of Commerce has released a statement warning Canby Utility users about the return of a telephone scam that came around last summer. The chamber has received reports from…
July 10, 2014

Bicyclist injured in Molalla crash

by Peggy Savage
Oregon State Police are investigating a serious injury bicycle-involved crash that occurred Thursday, July 10 along Highway 211, just east of Molalla. Police said the initial investigation…
July 09, 2014

Audubon Society unable to save injured Canby raptor

by Rachel Aldrich
A red-tailed hawk that called Canby home was taken in at the Portland Audubon Society after it appeared it was hit by a car. The bird had sustained a severe head and eye injury, fractured pelvis…
July 09, 2014

November voters to decide 4 city jobs

by Ray Hughey
Incumbents, one challenger so far seeking to run for election The mayor's job and three Canby city council seats will decided be in the Nov. 14 general election. All four incumbents have filed…
July 09, 2014

Canby forming plans for civic center project

by (none)
City eyeing spring 2015 groundbreaking for project The city of Canby has started the wheels rolling toward building a civic center-library. The Canby Urban Renewal Agency has laid out a rough…

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Jul 09, 2014

Oregon Lavender Festival gearing up locally and around the state

by Josh Kulla
Lavender Thyme Herb Farm in Canby is getting ready to participate in the seventh annual Oregon Lavendar Festival, July 12-13. Featuring 29 different farms from across Oregon, the festival is the…
Jul 09, 2014

Aurora fire district seeks short-term fixes

by Tyler Francke
In the wake of bond measure defeat, fire board looking to lease new vehicles, secure grant funds After voters rejected its last proposal in May, the Aurora Rural Fire Protection District board…
Jul 08, 2014

Canby authorities seeking port-a-potties arsonist

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Canby authorities are looking for an arsonist who has set three fires destroying portable toilets in the last month. The most recent fire, Monday night, July 7, at Eccles Elementary School…
General Canby Day parade route
Jul 02, 2014

General Canby Day

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General Canby Day returns Friday, July 4, in and around Canby’s Wait Park. This year’s king is Weston Rimington, who will be accompanied by his royal guard, Jim Mickelsen and John Zieg.…
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Jul 02, 2014

Champoeg Park plans Fourth of July fun

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Champoeg State Park will hold a Fourth of July event that harkens back to the way early Oregonians celebrated the holiday. The Sixth Annual Old Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration will feature…
Jul 02, 2014

Impaired driver patrols set for July 4 weekend

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The Canby Police Department will have enhanced patrols looking for impaired drivers over Fourth of July weekend. The enhanced patrols are in coordination with other area law enforcement agencies…
Jul 02, 2014

Hubbard man sentenced for child sexual abuse

by Tyler Francke
A Hubbard man accused of sex crimes involving a 6-year-old child has pleaded guilty to the charges against him and been sentenced to more than six years in prison. Earnest Shottenkirk, 36, was…
Jul 02, 2014

Entries open for Aurora Colony Days 1K-5K run, walk

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The Aurora Colony Days committee is now accepting entries for the parade and the 1K/5K Run-Walk to be held as part of the annual celebration in early August. The third annual Aurora Colony Days…
Jun 25, 2014

Clackamas County deputy sues over anti-Semitic remarks

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Clackamas County sheriff's corrections deputy Rich Sneath is suing the county for discrimination, claiming he was harassed and ridiculed because he is Jewish. Sneath’s lawsuit, filed June 24 in…
Jun 25, 2014

Livestock barn will be torn down

by Ray Hughey
The Clackamas County Event Center’s 90-year old livestock barn has seen its last county fair. County commissioners voted last week to demolish the 50,000-square-foot building, which has…




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