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...

Grant Boustead named new head football coach at Molalla High

Grant Boustead named new head football coach at Molalla High

Former Canby HS assistant coach says Molalla is the "right fit" for his coaching style that...


Canby's Latest News

April 15, 2015

Full-day kindergarten registration for Canby schools is scheduled

by (none)
Let there be full-day kindergarten. That’s the direction from the Canby School Board recently after approving district-wide full-day kindergarten to start the fall of the 2015-16 school year.…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Canby's Joni Harms has stayed true to the type of country music she’s passionate about.
April 15, 2015

In Harms' way

by John Baker
For 30 years, Joni Harms has told her stories and created her own special blend of country music In a career that’s spanned 30 years, Canby’s Joni Harms still wakes up each morning feeling…
Option II proved to be the most popular with those who attended the two public meetings held last week regarding the library-civic building project.
April 15, 2015

What will it be?

by Pamplin Media Group
Canby residents got a chance to get their first glimpse at some ideas for the library-civic building project last week. This Tuesday night, those ideas will come together in a definitive plan By…
RAY HUGHEY - Canby residents look over three design concepts for a new library-civic building during one of two meetings last week.
April 15, 2015

Next

by (none)
Final design meeting this week Coming into last week’s public meetings for the library-civic building, Sid Scott, principal at Scott Edwards Architecture, had some nice data to work with. Two…
April 15, 2015

Keeping it safe

by Ray Hughey
Looking for a way to safely and securely dispose of old documents that may have sensitive information on them? Canby’s annual Shred-it Day is set for Thursday, April 23, from noon to 4 p.m. at…
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April 15, 2015

Demolition day arrives

by (none)
A stand-alone former restaurant building has been torn down, making room for a new large pylon sign and 5,000 square feet of new storefront, Mickle said. The shopping center’s existing sign will…
Sen. Alan Olsen
April 15, 2015

Prayer breakfast set

by (none)
The 11th annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast will be Thursday, May 7, from 6:30 to 7:30 a.m. at Cutsforth’s Old Town Hall. Mayor Brian Hodson and Sen. Alan Olsen will headline the event that…
RAY HUGHEY -
April 15, 2015

Crossing repairs reroute Barlow traffic

by (none)
Barlow Road was closed at the railroad crossing at Highway 99E Tuesday and Wednesday for Union Pacific Railroad repairs to the crossing. Traffic was routed over a posted detour route.
April 10, 2015

Canby Lions Club plans annual plant sale

by (none)
The Canby Lions Club will hold its annual plant sale Saturday, May 9, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in downtown Canby at the parking lot at Ivy Street and Northeast Second Avenue. The sale will feature…
Longtime civic leader Wayne Oliver was honored in March when the Canby School Board voted to name the CHS baseball field in his honor. Oliver passed away in February 2014.
April 09, 2015

Oliver honored for contributions

by (none)
Civic leader and youth sports advocate was heavily involved in community before his passing in February 2014 The Canby School District board of education voted to name the Canby High School…

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Apr 08, 2015

Main Street: A lot going on for program

by John Baker
Things are percolating in the coffee pot of activity at the Canby Main Street office and manager Jamie Stickel is excited about the flavor. Stickel said that Main Street is looking at some new…
Canby FFA members helped fill food boxes at the state convention in Silverton
Apr 08, 2015

FFA STATE

by (none)
Canby FFA members do well at state convention Canby’s FFA chapter sent 22 members to the Oregon FFA Convention March 20-23 at Silverton High School and came away with plenty of good…
Naudia Strudler is the new youth program coordinator at The Canby Center.
Apr 08, 2015

Canby Center adds youth program coordinator

by John Baker
Naudia Strudler has recently come aboard at TCC The Canby Center has a new youth program coordinator. Naudia Strudler recently came on board and will be overseeing the youth drop-in center and…
Apr 08, 2015

City to hold open meeting for Redwood development

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The city of Canby will hold a public meeting to discuss the North Redwood Development concept plan Tuesday, April 14, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Canby Police Department community room. The city is…
The Pranksters Big Band will be part of Saturday's CHS jazz band Spring Fling fundraiser.
Apr 08, 2015

CHS jazz band sets Saturday event

by Pamplin Media Group
The Canby High School jazz band will hold its Spring Fling Dinner-Dance Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Canby High School cafeteria-commons. Music will be provided by The Pranksters Big Band,…
Apr 08, 2015

Round two of library project meetings is here

by Pamplin Media Group
The second round of meetings on the design and function of the civic building-library project will land in Canby April 8-9. Sid Scott and his staff at Scott-Edwards Architecture will be back in…
Apr 07, 2015

Clackamas County Tourism and Cultural Affairs seeks award…

by The Clackamas Review
Clackamas County Tourism and Cultural Affairs (CCTCA) is seeking nominations from the public recognizing individuals and businesses that make a positive impact on the county’s tourism industry.…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Security issues could make some vital state websites vulnerable to hackers or cybercrime, according to tests by the Pamplin Media Group/EO Media Group Capital Bureau in Salem.
Apr 03, 2015

Vital state websites a click away from security vulnerabilities

by Hillary Borrud/Capital Bureau
SALEM — Oregonians who used state websites to pay child support, file unemployment claims and renew their vehicle registration in recent months were vulnerable to attackers who could intercept…
Apr 02, 2015

FBI, CCSO investigate 'eco-terrorists' at Beavercreek farm

by Raymond Rendleman
Bird breeders in Beavercreek lost approximately 50 pheasants valued at $1,000 when an unknown number of suspects cut a lock to open up an aviary housing the animals last month. The Clackamas…
Apr 01, 2015

Food for Fines week coming at library

by Pamplin Media Group
The public libraries of Clackamas County, including the Canby Public LIbrary, will celebrate Food for Fines April 12-18.. For every can of food brought in, the libraries will forgive up to $1 in…




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