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

April 29, 2015

Kennemer hosts Thursday town hall

by (none)
Open meeting will be at Hope Village community room State Rep. Bill Kennemer (R-Canby) will hold a legislative update and town hall on Thursday, April 30, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the Hope Village…
April 30, 2015

First Friday returns for another year

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A stroll through downtown Canby, a visit to local businesses and even a scavanger hunt are part of the return of First Friday from 5 to 8 p.m., First Friday offers a little something for…
RAY HUGHEY -
April 29, 2015

Close call

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No one was injured Thursday morning when this car and a school bus without any children on it, collided at the intersection of Pine Street and Highway 99E.
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Canby OHSET seniors (from left) Darby O'Hearn, Brittany Scott, Aunika Turner and Ricky Vita during the seniors ceremony.
April 29, 2015

Canby OHSET squad claims third win, now readying for state…

by (none)
Canby High School’s ride to the state competition cleared its final hurdle April 2-5 at the Linn County Fairgrounds in Albany as the team claimed its third win in three tries this season. Canby…
RAY HUGHEY - Pat Johnson is looking forward to a new chapter in his life after his retirement.
April 29, 2015

Callin' it: CHS principal looks to future

by Ray Hughey
Pat Johnson will retire at the end of this school year after 31 years Pat Johnson is retiring this year, capping a 31-year-career as an educator, 22 years in the Canby School District and 11…
SUBMITTED PHOTO -
April 29, 2015

Firefighters rescue man

by Ray Hughey
Canby firefighters rescued a Juniper Street man overcome by smoke as flames destroyed his workshop Thursday. Canby firefighters found the building at 710 N. Juniper St. in flames about 2 p.m.…
RAY HUGHEY - The alumni choir has been practicing every Tuesday night for several months as they prepare for a May 3 performance at the Richard R. Brown Fine Arts Center.
April 29, 2015

RENEWING MUSIC MEMORIES

by Ray Hughey
Canby High Alumni Choir brings joy, memories back to participants They left school behind them but not their love for music. That love has drawn many Canby High School graduates back to the…
April 22, 2015

Canby Grove charter school proposal nixed

by Ray Hughey
The group's second application before the Canby School Board is turned down The Canby Board of Education Thursday night turned down the resubmission of an application for a Canby Grove…
April 22, 2015

CEF will hold Spring Fling Thursday night

by (none)
The Canby Educational Foundation and Canby Telcom will hold Spring Fling 2015 Thursday, April 23, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at Willamette Valley Country Club. The event will feature a reception and…
April 21, 2015

HIGH and DRY?

by Ray Hughey
A mild winter and low snow pack are not likely to bother Canby's summer water supply While a dryer than average winter and a low mountain snowpack have raised concerns about potential drought…

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Apr 21, 2015

Southard to fill vacant Aurora council seat

by Ray Hughey
The Aurora City Council selected retired public works superintendent Robert Southard Tuesday to fill the vacancy on the panel created by the resignation of Scott Brotherton. Brotherton, who was…
Apr 21, 2015

Letter carriers slate May 9 food drive

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The annual letter carriers’ food drive will be held Saturday, May 9. Canby residents are asked to place nonperishable food donations in the food drive plastic bags provided by local letter…
Apr 20, 2015

Clackamas Community College to get start on bond projects

by Raymond Rendleman
With voters in the Clackamas Community College district approving a $90 million bond measure in November to update and modernize college recources, planning now is underway to construct and…
Apr 15, 2015

Full-day kindergarten registration for Canby schools is scheduled

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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.
Apr 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.
Apr 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.
Apr 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…
Apr 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…
JOHN BAKER -
Apr 15, 2015

Demolition day arrives

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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
Apr 15, 2015

Prayer breakfast set

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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…




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