Float in a piece of history

Float in a piece of history

Willow Bill Goulardt is offering free rides from Clackamette Park in Oregon City this weekend....

SWEARING IN

SWEARING IN

Earlier this month, Clackamas Fire District No. 1 formally welcomed 21 Boring Fire District...

Car club helps Oregon Impact tackle drunken driving

Car club helps Oregon Impact tackle drunken driving

Oregon Impact received a big check last week. Members of the Mt. Hood Mustangs & Fords car club...

Stayin' alive!

Stayin' alive!

Ten-thousand and counting. That’s the number of North Clackamas and Oregon City middle...

A farm-fresh debate

A farm-fresh debate

Oregonians love their farmers. Grocers tout their local cherry farmer cred on freeway...

Julie, Fred Nelligan rally community against ALS diagnosis

Julie, Fred Nelligan rally community against ALS diagnosis

Light-rail advocate for Oak Grove area given three to five years to live - In hindsight, Fred...

Kids can soar with free plane rides

Kids can soar with free plane rides

Young people ages 8 through 17 are invited to take to the skies at 10 a.m. July 12 at the Mulino...

Pentathlete seeks 'fun' at Special Olympics

Pentathlete seeks 'fun' at Special Olympics

Since running track during her first state competition in 2011, Gladstone resident Meagan Paxton...

Anderson crowned Miss Oregon 2014

Anderson crowned Miss Oregon 2014

For Rebecca Anderson, the fourth time was the charm, as the Oregon City resident was named Miss...

Chamber honors awardees, new members

Chamber honors awardees, new members

Jennifer Salvatore, the surprise 2014 Rohn Bly Volunteer of the Year, set the tone for the North...

Ragel to leave City Hall after nine years

Ragel to leave City Hall after nine years

Program manager put city arts, culture on track for growth - Beth Ragel’s last day with the...

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August 01, 2014

Commissioner take August meeting to fairgrounds

by The Review
The Clackamas County Board of Commissioners will conduct its Thursday, Aug. 14, weekly business meeting at the Clackamas County Fair in Canby. The event is the first time the current board has…
August 01, 2014

ID theft up in Clackamas County

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Identity theft is up 28 percent, though overall crime is down slightly, according to a new report on 2013 crime statistics released July 10 from the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office. The…
August 01, 2014

Merkley, Wyden back birth control access

by Peter Wong
Oregon’s two Democratic senators voted Wednesday to advance legislation to ease the recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court allowing some employers to thwart insurance coverage of birth…
Photo Credit: PHOTO COURTESY OF EMILY FERGUSON - The 100,000-strong music festival in Estonia featured a massive, 30,000-voice choir.
August 01, 2014

Estonia tour touched hearts, lives

by John William Howard
Oregon City chamber choir steps into Baltic nation's proud history When I mentioned to friends and family members that I planned on traveling to Estonia this summer, I was met with a variety of…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Katie Morris meets with Seattle Mariners retired pitcher Jamie Moyer soon before she lost her battle with cancer.
August 01, 2014

OCHS grad to bike across U.S. in memory of friend

by Raymond Rendleman
Brady Stroh, a former student-body president of Oregon City High School, this June will begin biking 4,400 miles from Baltimore to raise money for young adults with cancer. All of the money…
Photo Credit: BLUE SKY RAFTING PHOTO: CHAD MOSHER - Blue Sky Rafting Guide Mattew Haenny (back right) shows us how its done. Mick (back left) Jennifer (front left) and Ryan Karbula get a kick out of the Clackamas River. Just ignore the intrepid reporter (front right).
August 01, 2014

Raft your heart out

by Isabel Gautschi
If you’ve never been whitewater rafting before, you may be a bit nervous before your first trip. True, there is a release form to sign with some morbid things to put your initials by. Then…
Photo Credit: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Lindsey Reinhart, in her closed dispensary, is the chief petitioner for a ballot initiative to repeal Clackamas Countys moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries.
August 01, 2014

Petition takes aim at medical marijuana shop moratorium

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Four years ago, Lindsey Rinehart was a zombie, barely moving from her couch. The former Idaho resident had been suffering from multiple sclerosis for years and took 22 pills a day to manage the…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - As part of a new town center near the arch bridge, the city may construct housing units, restaurants and even a hotel.
August 01, 2014

Arch bridge plan takes shape

by Patrick Malee
Until recently, the arch bridge-Bolton planning project was still very much in its infancy. LMN Architects Project Manager Mark Hinshaw had heard from city staff and residents alike about how…
Photo Credit: PHOTO BY: LEWIS HINE - At a cotton mill in Newton, N.C., a child is instructed in the labor practices of the 19th-century era.
August 01, 2014

Museum offers Steampunk for Kids series

by Roxandra Pennington
Children can learn about historic labor practices, have fun What is steampunk, and why would kids like it? A popular, anachronistic genre of literature, art and fashion that romanticizes the…
Photo Credit: PHOTOS COURTESY OF CHANDA HALL - Pictured are Dietrich Burmeister as Shrek, and from left in a dragon costume, Bella Ferran, Sydney Heim and Maya Barbon.
August 01, 2014

Staged! brings free performances to OC

by Clackamas Review
All invited to see 'Midsummer Night's Dream' and 'Shrek' Young actors from Staged! summer theater workshops will present four free performances in Oregon City on Aug. 2 and 3. “We will present…

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Photo Credit: COURTESY WALKER MACY - An artists rendering of the proposed Riverwalk along the former Blue Heron paper mill and overlooking Willamette Falls. Planners believe the approximately $30 million project is a necessary first step in redeveloping the area into a world-class destination.
Aug 01, 2014

New life for Oregon City historic mill site

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Riverwalk project pegged as catalyst but money at issue It’s the closest thing to Roman ruins the Northwest has — the site that marked the end of the Oregon Trail and the beginning of industrial…
Aug 01, 2014

OC storyteller honored for 'outstanding contributions'

by Raymond Rendleman
National organization recognizes Iverson for his years of work The National Storytelling Network this month announced that Ken Iverson of Oregon City is the recipient of the Oracle Award for…
Aug 01, 2014

Mark your calendar for free concert, good cause

by Raymond Rendleman
Bring your lawn chair and favorite beverage and join Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers for an evening of family fun and dancing in support of foster-care volunteers. The…
Aug 01, 2014

Water-wise tips to keep your garden thriving when temperatures…

by Clackamas Review
Provided by the Regional Water Providers Consortium When summer temperatures sizzle, our gardens feel the hot sun as much as we do. Help your plants beat the heat with a little extra TLC,…
Aug 01, 2014

Clackamas County opens 2014-15 Small Grants program

by The Clackamas Review
For the sixth straight year, county commissioners have announced plans to distribute $200,000 in small grants to organizations providing services to vulnerable populations in Clackamas County.…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - A picture of one of Emerson Houses prototype memory boxes.
Aug 01, 2014

Boxes keep memories for retirees

by Raymond Rendleman
Volunteers needed to finish project begun by Clackamas students This spring, Emerson House began a partnership with students from the Sabin-Schellenberg Professional Technical Center’s Health…
Jul 29, 2014

North Clackamas teachers, district reach tentative labor pact

by Pamplin Media Group
The North Clackamas School District and its teachers’ union have reached a tentative two-year agreement on a labor contract. Details of the agreement will be released once it is ratified in the…
Jul 25, 2014

Portland could be renamed Boston for a day

by Raymond Rendleman
During the headlining concert at Oregon’s First City Celebration on Saturday, July 26, a group of Oregon City leaders plan to re-enact the coin toss that named Portland nearly 170 years ago.…
by: COURTESY PHOTO - A small plane piloted by an 81-year-old man crashed this morning near Aurora.
Jul 19, 2014

Small plane crashes near Aurora

by Pamplin Media Group
At about 10:45 this morning, July 19, a deputy from the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of a small plane crash near S. Meridian and S. Whiskey Hill roads near Hubbard.…
Jul 18, 2014

Should TriMet merge bus lines with light rail?

by Raymond Rendleman
TriMet will hold a series of public meetings this summer regarding the proposed changes to bus service upon the completion of the Portland-Milwaukie light-rail project in 2015. Minimizing…




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